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Four longtime directors of the state's largest rural electric cooperative quit Thursday in the face of employee dissatisfaction and an attempt to boot the chairman from the board...Pruitt Jr. had a combined 100 years of experience on the board of the
Several businessmen are spearheading an effort to remove the chairman of the state's largest rural electric cooperative, charging that he has acted improperly. The target of the recall is Rick Stephens of McCreary County, who said he has been on the
Federal authorities have said a contract for aircraft-maintenance services at the Somerset airport appears to be improper. The Federal Aviation Administration last week notified Don Bandy, chairman of the Somerset-Pulaski County Airport board, that
After 378 years of contiguous family ownership and operation, the Tuttle family of Dover, New Hampshire is selling its 134-acre farm. Founded in 1632 by John Tuttle fresh off the boat from the Old World, the Tuttle family farm has moved on with the
In the early years of 1632, a man named John Tuttle arrived from England to the Maine-New Hampshire border in order to make a living for himself and his future families. About 378 years-and 11 generations later-the family farm is
In 1632, John Tuttle arrived from England to a settlement near the Maine-New Hampshire border, using a small land grant from King Charles I to start a farm...Tuttle added that she and her brother and their sister have done their best "to lovingly
Like generations of Tuttles before him, Will Tuttle has spent his life on the family farm, working its tree-lined acres from seed to harvest. He learned by the side of his father and grandfather and, like them, chose to make his living off the land.