Hyrst

n.1.A wood. See Hurst.
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EPA Region 7 has reached a proposed administrative settlement with North Cascade Road Developers, LLC, to resolve violations of Section 402 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) at its Timber Hyrst Estates Residential Development in Dubuque, Iowa.
EPA conducted a stormwater inspection of the Timber Hyrst Estates Residential Development to evaluate compliance with the sites National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NDPES) permit.
A 27-year-old from Hyrst Walk in Batley was rushed to hospital after an electrical unit inside his home caught fire.
It happened between 9pm on Monday and 9am Tuesday, when raiders forced their way into a storage unit on allotments behind the Hyrst Castle pub on Woodhorn Road.
Robert Groves, 41, and his wife Kimberley Morris, 38, of Portia Street, Ashington, have been banned for five years following an incident outside the Hyrst Castle pub on Woodhorn Road in June last year.
A GLYNN Hyrst double gave Ayr United something to smile about when they beat Morton.
Ayr capitalised and Andy Lyons centred for Glynn Hyrst to give the visitors the lead before the break.
Eric Hyrst, 67, dancer, choreographer, and teacher, died of a heart attack in Montreal on January 31, 1996.
However, it would be a mistake to let that obscure the ramification of the name in the Huddersfield area where it derives from Hirst in Longwood, part of the old township of Quarmby: 1308 John del Hirst, Rastrick; 1379 John del Hirst, Quarmby; 1447 John Hyrst, Quarmby; 1545 John Hirst, Quarmby.
Robert Groves, 41, and Kimberley Morris, 38, both of Portia Street, Ashington, were barred for five years under the town's Pubwatch scheme after they were convicted by South East Northumberland magistrates after an incident outside the Hyrst Castle pub on Woodhorn Road last June.
LETHAL: swine flu virus Mother and baby were allowed to return to their home at Hyrst Garth, Batley, on January 18.