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Picket Fence moves across square PDF E-mail

by James Hanson

 Picket Fence Quilt Shop is now serving its customers on the other side of Central Park Square.

The store changed locations from 1206 L St. to 1221 M St. on Sept. 21. Store owner Cheryl Trautman said there were several factors in making the move.

Collingham building on family name PDF E-mail

by James Hanson

Nathan Collingham is following the footsteps of his grandfather and father ... sort of.

He began his new business, NC Carpentry almost two weeks ago.

After years of woodworking classes in high school and helping with various jobs with the family business, Collingham Construction, owned by his grandfather, Sarge Collingham, he decided to put his knowledge to the test.

"I was tired of filling out applications and not landing a job," he said. "I have been doing work similar to this since I was a kid and figured why not try and make something happen."

Kluck hired as daycare facility director PDF E-mail

by Kurt Johnson

Aurora’s new community daycare facility project took another critical step this week, hiring Lisa Kluck as its full-time director.

An at-home daycare provider herself for the past six years, Kluck has worked hard to keep the project moving forward, saying there simply aren’t enough child care services available to meet the community’s growing need.

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