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Washington school honors former board chairwoman

The Port Townsend School of Woodworking in Port Townsend, Wash., honored Shelley Rust French with its annual Founders’ Award.

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Wood Markets

Cherry sales stay on a steady course

Cherry sales stay on a steady course

Sales of cherry are described as steady and stable, according to lumbe...

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Price and availability boost African mahogany

Price and availability boost African mahogany

For the last 10 to 20 years, price and availability have turned woodwo...

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Features

Best of both worlds

Best of both worlds

Buckeye Custom Cabinets and Closets and its sister company, Organized Home Remodeling, share two owners and one shop in Columbus, Ohio. It’s a one-stop shopping concept, providing customers with custom cabinetry and home storage...

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Closing the deal takes a deft touch

What does a custom woodshop really sell — a craft or a service?

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Here (or there) to stay

Here (or there) to stay

During World War II, the United States built ships in Denver. Well, OK, they built components there. The actual assembly was done 1,300 miles away at Navy yards just north of San Francisco.

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