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On Fillmore is the duo project of percussionist Glenn Kotche, best known as Wilco’s drummer, and Darin Gray, an equally adventurous bassist who often collaborates with Jim O’Rourke. Their most recent release, Extended Vacation, beautifully balances experimental instrumental impulses with echoes of Martin Denny-styled exotica and skillfully shaded atmospheres that ripple and resonate. They will perform July 17 in the Wexner Center Performance Space with Rachel Grimes. Tickets are $14 each. Call 292-3535 for more information or visit Conference Aug. 7, College of Social Work co-sponsored Event, “GenerAsian Next,” 9 ... market research, surveys and trends
Wind Turbine Public Hearing for Iberdrola Renewables in Ohio ...
On July 8, 2010, approximately 120 attended a public hearing for Heartland Wind Energy project in rural Van Wert County.  This was a legal hearing, and anyone wishing to give testimony had to raise their right hand and swear that the testimony given will be the truth. Prior to giving testimony, individuals also had to state whether there residence is or is not in the project area. According to Iberdrola Renewables, the company financing this wind project, the project in Van Wert and Paulding County has a scope of 159 wind turbines, which will provide about 80,000 houses with electricity. According to the official records on file ... market research, surveys and trends


Head scab hits Ohio's wheat — Ohio State University Extension
WOOSTER, Ohio – Hot, humid weather coupled with rain during a critical development stage of Ohio’s wheat has caused an outbreak of head scab in some areas of the state – the first major outbreak of the disease in the state in about a decade. A statewide survey of Ohio wheat fields, which began two weeks ago, has found the incidence of head scab to be moderate to high in 70 percent of the73 fields surveyed in 16 counties. “Incidence of head scab ranges from 3 percent to 61 percent, meaning that between 3 and 61 heads out of every 100 heads has some level of head scab,” said Pierce Paul, an Ohio State University ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Newly diagnosed with diabetes, Bob Foor needed information. “The doctor tells you very, very little,” said Foor, 68. “You go to the drug store, and they tell you very little. There’s no one to tell new diabetics what they need to know.” That is, until he heard about “Dining with Diabetes”—“It definitely helped fill that void.” During the three-session class at the Nutcracker Restaurant in Pataskala, participants enjoyed dinner and tasted additional foods prepared on-site while learning about portion sizes, food labels, and how to prepare well-balanced, healthy meals. Shari Gallup, OSU Extension educator in Licking County who ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mitch Loper Showcases Professional Brand through Cambridge Who's Who
Cambridge Who�s Who is an exclusive membership organization that recognizes and empowers executives, professionals and entrepreneurs throughout the world.     EDMONDS, WA, July 23, 2010 /Cambridge Who's Who/ -- Mitch Loper, General Manager of Washington Hardwoods, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in business management. General Manager of Washington Hardwoods Co. LLC, Mr. Loper has 30 years of experience in administrative, accounting and operations management. Utilizing his extensive managerial expertise he is responsible for ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Birmingham schools' new Human Resources director resigns three days after ...
Rather than getting fired, the new director of human resources for Birmingham city schools resigned this afternoon -- three days after being hired by the city's Board of Education.   The board hired Craig S. Bickley of Ohio on Tuesday at a salary of nearly $111,000, and he was to start work on July 26. However, board members said they were not aware of two issues in Bickley's work history:   --The Youngstown State University student newspaper reported in December 2008 that Bickley had been placed on administrative leave and later resigned from his job as chief human resources officer at the school ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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2010 Oregon State University Extension Plan of Work
Based on these positive impacts, the OSU Extension Service is recognized as one of ... programs (Forestry, Agricultural Sciences, Health and Human Sciences, ... Finally, significant resources are applied supporting programming ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Urban Coyote Ecology and Management
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