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Wold initially said that the park on Sunday would release the names of the six who died but later said the park cannot release the names for privacy reasons.
People can still do that, but online reporting is more efficient than calling because the reports are automatically routed to the appropriate city employees, who can respond quickly to problems, Wold said.
In the Old Testament section, Wold examines biblical passages about Noah and his sons, as well as those about Lot and the city of Sodom.
To mark the 200th anniversary of the Wold Cottage meteorite fall, the Royal Astronomical Society and the Mineralogical Society will hold a meeting on Dec.
Wold is a Certified Public Accountant and has a Masters of Business Taxation from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Iowa.
Kettering Council is to co-locate renewable energy technologies and identified Burton Wold as having the potential to achieve this.
One of them has climbed Rainier several times, while the other has done so at least once, Wold said.
The Wold Pottery shop has an extensive collection of other artists' work on show, much of it painting, ranging in price from pounds 10-pounds 250.
This was the worst night for the Elsham Wold squadrons, with eight Lancasters being shot down.
Wold House Stables, one of the most successful yards in the North, is up for sale.
The latest developments likely to spark interest from both home-buying camps is Charles Church's planned development of 14 three or four bedroomed cottages and townhouses at St Edward's Place, Stow on the Wold, and seven stone cottages bordering their own village green in the village of Chadlington, near Chipping Norton.
Anders Wold, 52, has been named vice president of GE Healthcare - Ultrasound, a business within GE Technology Infrastructure.