Archive for June, 2013

Fire sparks at Kzoo apartment complex – WOOD-TV

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Fire sparks at Kzoo apartment complex
WOOD-TV
(WOOD) – A fire sparked at an apartment complex in Kalamazoo late Saturday night. The fire started at around 11:30 p.m. at an apartment complex on Buchanan Avenue near Duke Drive. The fire may have started by food cooking on a stove in an upstairs 

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Cabin offers glimpse of Worth County history – Wisconsin State Journal

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Cabin offers glimpse of Worth County history
Wisconsin State Journal
The Oswalds furnished it with a wood-burning cook stove, cast iron pot-belly stove, pipe organ, rope bed with straw ticking mattress, Hoosier cupboards, oak dressers, dry sink, porcelain chamber pot and tin stand with pitcher and bowl. Antique trunks

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Dead trees host living creatures – Bonner County Daily Bee

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Dead trees host living creatures
Bonner County Daily Bee
I have come to really enjoy the winter warmth that comes from sitting near a wood stove on a snowy day. This is the time of year I gather wood for heating our home. Next winter's supply is cut, split and stacked. I am working on wood for the following


Almanac: The first electric stove – CBS News

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

CBS News
Almanac: The first electric stove
CBS News
For that was the day William S. Hadaway Jr., of New York, was awarded the first U.S. patent for an electric stove. Until then, humans had used fire in one way or another to cook their food, whether by open flame or a succession of stoves . . . fueled


One Day Adventure – LOCAL2 Sault Ste. Marie

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

LOCAL2 Sault Ste. Marie
One Day Adventure
LOCAL2 Sault Ste. Marie
Washing machines of all shapes and sizes and an enamel wood stove were particularly intriguing. Apparently, it was common place for people to make hair wreaths if they were leaving their homeland. This museum had one framed and it just captivated me 


Munson: Immigrant’s new life in Iowa smells like home – DesMoinesRegister.com

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Munson: Immigrant's new life in Iowa smells like home
DesMoinesRegister.com
Three stones on the floor in the corner served as the family's cook stove. Wood was laid between the stones and set alight to boil a pot of water. As the water simmered, Muhammad's mother would sift the coarser particles from the flour and stir in cold


A Craftsman in the canyon for $598000 – OCRegister (subscription)

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
A Craftsman in the canyon for $598000
OCRegister (subscription)
A Craftsman in the canyon for $598,000. Hot homes: The house, surrounded by views of the Cleveland National Forest, includes a lodge room with a wood-burning stove. Tweet · Article Tab: The 2,000 square foot home is steps away from an entrance to the.


Where we live: Menlo Park – Arizona Daily Star

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Where we live: Menlo Park
Arizona Daily Star
Her mother made tortillas on a wood-burning stove. "We had chickens and we would sit on the porch and eat boiled eggs," recalled Gallardo, 78. "It was a beautiful neighborhood with beautiful, wonderful people. "We would sneak out our window and walk 


Secrets of the hills and hollows – Beckley Register-Herald

Saturday, June 29th, 2013
Secrets of the hills and hollows
Beckley Register-Herald
“There was an antique wood stove which kept us cozy, along with an oil lamp that burned throughout the night. A rustic kerosene lantern hung outside on a nail for those who had to go out during the night. “There was no electricity or phones or


Outdoor apparel company wants to change the world – Asheville Citizen-Times

Saturday, June 29th, 2013
Outdoor apparel company wants to change the world
Asheville Citizen-Times
When working with this fabric, my mind kept wandering to hiking through lovely rolling hills dotted with fluffy sheep or curling up next to a wood stove with a wool blanket. Needless to say, it's been fun and rewarding.” She noted that deGuzman and