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The Swiss traditions that come with the change of season

I’m lucky to be in Switzerland at a time when summer is just ending and autumn beginning. When I arrived in Weggis in the last week of August, I couldn’t stop admiring  the beauty of the country side is. 668 more words

Travel

Canton Volunteer Reflects on More Than Two Decades of Service

By Nila Welsh, American Red Cross Volunteer, Stark and Muskingum Lakes Chapter

(Editor’s note:  Nila Welsh is a Canton-based Disaster Action Team member.  She has been a Red Cross volunteer since 1994, and has been assigned to three-dozen national disaster relief operations.   287 more words

Volunteers

The Angel in Leopard Skin Pants.

It’s been over six weeks since my surgery and I have been cleared for normal activity.  A surgery that took me ten years to decide to endure.  492 more words

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OSHA Announces Top Ten Cited Categories for FY 2016

From the OSHA blog:

Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration releases a preliminary list of the 10 most frequently cited safety and health violations for the fiscal year, compiled from nearly 32,000 inspections of workplaces by federal OSHA staff. 563 more words

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Mom enters insanity plea for 5-year-old daughter's death

CANTON, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio woman is pleading not guilty by way of insanity after her 5-year-old daughter’s body was found hidden in the family’s restaurant. 129 more words

News

Amtrak's Broadway Limited in Canton

Amtrak’s westbound Broadway Limited is in Canton on the morning of June 12, 1982. I am at the station looking west. I only took night photos there two or three times, but with today’s technology, they look better now than the original projected slide.  16 more words

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What a great use of leftover wood scraps. This cute collection of ‘children’ stands in front of the Cherokee Arts Center in Canton, Georgia. Each one appears to have been created by different artists, all given the same materials. 394 more words

A Year Of Inspiration