Sawmill Springs

Author: Gerri Hill

Publisher: Bella Books

ISBN: 1594936420

Category: Fiction

Page: 234

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Homicide detective Mandi Murphy had seen enough bloodshed on the streets of Houston to last a lifetime. After a botched drug bust left a friend dead, she wanted out of the city. Peaceful little Sawmill Springs seemed like the perfect spot to start over. Six weeks on patrol proved the town to be as quiet and serene as she’d imagined. When things soured between FBI agent Kayla Dixon and her lover, she was ready for a change from the fast paced life she was living. Her father, the Police Chief in Sawmill Springs, offered her a job and she decided a change of pace was just what she needed. Her wish for slow and peaceful didn’t materialize, however, as mere hours after she starts her first shift, a prominent citizen is gunned down. The two women are thrust together to solve the murder and return Sawmill Springs to the sleepy small town the residents expect. As the investigation grows, so does their attraction. There’s just one problem—Murphy thinks Kayla is straight. Kayla admits to a failed marriage when she was eighteen and an ambiguous affair with another FBI agent convinces Murphy to steer clear of her. Kayla’s innocent flirting is met with skepticism and doubt…and temptation. Another murder not only strengthens their bond as partners but has them fighting to escape the clutches of a murderer. No longer able to ignore the budding attraction between them, they must decide if they are willing to start over…this time, together.

Men who matched the mountains

the Forest Service in the Southwest

Author: Edwin A. Tucker,George Fitzpatrick

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Forest management

Page: 293

View: 8066

Annual Report

Author: New York (State). Department of Labor. Bureau of Statistics

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Labor and laboring classes

Page: N.A

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Annual Report

Author: North Carolina. Dept. of Labor and Printing

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: N.A

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Report

Author: Nevada. State Engineer

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: N.A

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Augusta's Journal

Author: &. Marjorie Cru Ralph &. Marjorie Crump,Marjorie Lund Crump

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1438935722

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

View: 5775

Volume 2 begins with a prairie romance. It includes several firsts for the new Town of Eldorado, the first funeral, first sawmill and first sorghum mill and ends with Sam (now a Territorial Legislator) in pursuit of a horse thief and his horses. It's all there in Augusta's journal.

Sandy Springs

Author: Kimberly M. Brigance,Morris V. Moore,Heritage Sandy Springs

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439637776

Category: Photography

Page: 128

View: 7409

Sandy Springs has always been a community in transition. Bounded to the north by the Chattahoochee River, the area was contested by both the Cherokee Nation and the Creek Confederacy, who used the river as a territorial marker. To the south, the urban center of Atlanta has blessed and, at times, cursed her rural neighbor with close proximity. Today Sandy Springs is still in transition. From a rural village to one of Georgia’s newest cities, the history of Sandy Springs is a story of change.

Around the Town of Saratoga

Author: Thomas N. Wood III

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439610207

Category: Photography

Page: 128

View: 6820

As the American struggle for independence intensified, Saratoga became a focal point of warring activities. Both colonists and loyalists maintained forts, camps, and officer headquarters within town. In 1777, after the two Battles of Saratoga, American forces gained the surrender of British Gen. John Burgoyne, thus turning the tide of the Revolutionary War. The name Saratoga comes from the Mohawk word meaning either “place of the swift water” or “hillside country of the great river.” True to its name, the town spreads across rolling hills along the western side of the Hudson River. The river itself, together with two early main roads and a canal, brought prosperity to the area. Saratoga became a major shipping terminal. The town boundaries changed several times throughout the years, but the rural character of the town and the spirit of its residents remained constant.

Federal Register

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Administrative law

Page: N.A

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The Cabin on Sawmill Creek

A Western Walden

Author: Mary Jo Churchwell

Publisher: Caxton Press

ISBN: 0870043803

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 228

View: 6227

Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Mary Jo and Stew Churchwell fled Southern California to get away from the rat race. They couldn't get much farther away than a cabin on a tiny stream called Sawmill Creek, high in the Idaho Rockies. Mary Jo details what it's like to live on $2,500 a year, fifteen miles from the nearest power pole, in a canyon where summer often lasts only a month.

Estimating Sawmill Processing Capacity for Tongass Timber

2005 and 2006 Update

Author: Allen M. Brackley,Lisa K. Crone

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Sawmills

Page: 15

View: 9658

In spring 2006 and 2007, sawmill capacity and wood utilization information was collected for selected mills in southeast Alaska. The collected information is required to prepare information for compliance with Section 705(a) of the Tongass Timber Reform Act. The total estimated design capacity in the region (active and inactive mills) was 289,850 thousand board feet (mbf) Scribner log scale in calendar year (CY) 2005 and 284,350 mbf in CY 2006. The estimated design capacity of active mills was 259,850 mbf for CY 2005 and 247,850 mbf for CY 2006. This is a 2.9-percent decrease in active design capacity from CY 2004 (255,350 mbf) to CY 2006. The estimated volume of material processed during CY 2006 was 32,141 mbf Scribner log scale. This is a 3.6-percent increase over CY 2004 (31,027 mbf Scribner log scale).