Double pumpkin, harvest fun, treats at Klein’s

October 15, 2009 // 0 Comments

  This double pumpkin is Steve Klein’s first of such a phenomenon, weighing about 40 pounds. Steve Klein of Klein’s Cider Mill on Ten Mile Road east of Alpine Avenue has grown his first double pumpkin. He has seen this phenomenon with gourds and summer squash, but never in a pumpkin. The vegetable weighs about 40 pounds. Klein’s offers a variety of items [...]

October 17–23 Birthdays

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17th Jim Bennor 18th Melissa Posci, Helen Poulias, Mark Williams 19th Beth Colvin, Joyce Torrey, Kristie Lynn Zaph 20th Ryan DeLarme, Millie Thornton, Caroline Ward 21st Jason Barton, Virginia Fowle, Faye Nelson 22nd Joanne Cooper, Kathy Rule, Todd VanBelkum 23rd Shirley Curtis, Vicki Klinger, Merrill [...]

Main Street by Roger Allen publisher — October 15, 2009

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Roger Allen, publisher. Irony We owe a great deal to dynamite. Alfred Nobel made a fortune from his 1860s invention of its detonator; he left his money to fund the Nobel prizes. Nobel’s detonator invention helped build most of the roads, bridges, mines and dams in the world, taming the rough surface of the globe. The Nobel awards have spurred innovations in medicine, [...]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — October 15, 2009

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Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Sub Chapter S Corporations This week, I would like to continue a discussion of the various entities that are available to taxpayers who are starting a business. In the past weeks, I have written that a Schedule C or Sole Proprietorship is one option. A second option is operating as a LLC or Limited Liability Corporation. A third option is [...]
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