fifty bus lines, MAX light rail, and the Portland Streetcar. The southern part of downtown and the West End are also served by the Portland Streetcar system, operating from South Waterfront north into the Pearl and Northwest Portland districts. The system is currently a single route, measuring end to end, and connects in South Waterfront with the Tram (aerial cableway) (Portland Aerial Tram) to Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Starting in 1975
, adjacent to Chinatown * Goose Hollow (Goose Hollow, Portland, Oregon) – residential, west of PSU, north of US 26 * Southwest Hills (Southwest Hills, Portland, Oregon) – residential, west of PSU, south of US 26 * Marquam Hill (Marquam Hill, Portland, Oregon) (colloquially "Pill Hill") – south, including OHSU (Oregon Health & Science University) and the Veteran's Hospital * RiverPlace – at southeast corner of downtown * South Waterfront – south of downtown, east
http: www.portlandtribune.com news story.php?story_id 14099 accessdate 2006-11-16 which nearly quadrupled from initial estimates. Construction of the tram was funded largely by OHSU ($40 million, 70%), with contributions from the city of Portland ($8.5 million, 15%) and developers and landowners in the South Portland neighborhood.
;of October City, including two private medical schools at Misr University for Science and Technology and October 6 University (October 6 University). Universities * Culture & Science City * Ahram Canadian University * Akhbar El Youm Academy * Cairo University in Sheikh Zayed City * Higher Institute of Applied Arts * Higher Institute for Architecture * Higher Institute of Engineering * Higher Institute of Science and Technology
and A-1 and A-2 Test stands thumb left A-1 test stand(foreground), A-2 (mid-ground) and B1 B2 (background) (File:Aerial View SSC A-1, A-2 and B test stands 2004.jpg) The smaller two of the original three
to Albert and Annabel Kitzhaber he graduated from South Eugene High School in 1965, Dartmouth College in 1969 and Oregon Health & Science University with a medical degree in 1973. Kitzhaber practiced medicine from 1973 to 1986 in Roseburg, Oregon as an emergency room (Emergency department) physician. *Portland (Portland, Oregon) - KOIN 6 *Roseburg (Roseburg, Oregon) - KPIC (KVAL-TV) 4 In July 2004, the Livermore Sector of the United States Border Patrol was closed. Livermore Sector served Northern California and included stations at Dublin (Dublin, California) (Parks Reserve Forces Training Area), Sacramento (Sacramento, California), Stockton (Stockton, California), Fresno (Fresno, California) and Bakersfield. The Border Patrol also closed other stations in the interior of the United States including Roseburg, Oregon and Little Rock, Arkansas. The Border Patrol functions in these areas consisted largely of local jail and transportation terminal checks for illegal immigrants. These functions were turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. , and as of the end of 2005, had 3,442 interments. It is administered by the Eagle Point National Cemetery.
Catholic education for grades pre-K through eighth grade. Trinity Christian Academy, Lawton Academy of Arts & Science, and Lawton Christian School are three other private schools. Trinity Christian Academy offers classes from K-3 through the eighth grade.
&sec_id 180001609 title Student Application author Trinity Christian Academy accessdate 2011-04-04 Lawton Academy of Arts & Science, and Lawton Christian has the city's only two private independent high schools. Lawton Christian, founded in 1976, offers education from prekindergarten through the 12th grade, and has a student body of 426 students.
Stowe Botanical Garden (in Belmont), Latta Plantation (in Huntersville), Brattonsville Historic District (in McConnells), the North Carolina Transportation Museum (in Spencer), Fort Dobbs (Fort Dobbs (North Carolina)) historical site (in Statesville), Catawba County Firefighters Museum (in Conover (Conover, North Carolina)), the Arts & Science Center of Catawba Valley Millholland Planetarium (in Hickory) the Museum Of York County (in Rock Hill), James K. Polk historical site (in Pineville), the Catawba Cultural Center (in York County), the Museum Of The Waxhaws (in Waxhaw), Glencairn Gardens (in Rock Hill), and the Reed Gold Mine (in Locust). Entertainment The PNC Music Pavilion is located in the University City (University City, Charlotte, North Carolina) area of Charlotte. The performing arts amphitheatre has hosted many popular music concerts. The U.S. National Whitewater Center (USNWC) is the world’s premier outdoor recreation and environmental education center. Alongside mountain-biking and running trails, a climbing center, and challenge course, the park’s unique feature is a multiple-channel, customized whitewater river for rafting and canoe kayak enthusiasts of all abilities. The USNWC is only 10 minutes from downtown Charlotte and provides roughly '''WLNK''', known on the air as "107.9 The Link", is a 100,000 watt radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts at 107.9 MHz, primarily serving the Charlotte metropolitan area. On air programming consists of female-oriented talk radio, combined with adult contemporary music. thumbnail right 350px Area codes of North Carolina. (Image:northcarolinaareacodes.gif) '''Area code 704''' covers Metropolitan Charlotte, in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, and also the cities of Gastonia (Gastonia, North Carolina), and Concord (Concord, North Carolina). '''Area code 980''', created as an overlay (overlay plan) in 2001, also covers the same area. The South Carolina side of the Charlotte metropolitan area is part of area code 803. Area code 704 Unencyclopedic. I suggest either deletion or redirection to Charlotte metropolitan area. Melchoir (User:Melchoir) 06:55, 27 January 2006 (UTC) '''WNKS''', known on the air as '''KISS 95.1 (KISS-FM (brand))''', is a 100,000 watt radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts at 95.1 MHz from a tower in Dallas, North Carolina, primarily serving the Charlotte metropolitan area. On air programming consists of mainstream top 40 (CHR) (Contemporary hit radio) music. The station is owned by CBS Radio and formerly served as the flagship for the syndicated ''Ace & TJ Show'' until May 2011. * Cleanup needed (updated by bot) ** 732 - 0-0-1-3, 2003 US Air Force Academy sexual assault scandal, 4Kids Entertainment, 67th Combat Support Hospital, 689th Radar Squadron, AM General, AN APQ-174, ANCHORY, Aaron Burr, Abercrombie & Fitch, Abraham Simpson, Abrams v. 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, Steinberg organized a concert with a former group of Shakur's, Strictly Dope; the concert led to him being signed with Atron Gregory who set him up as a roadie and backup dancer with the young rap group Digital Underground in 1990. Edwards, Paul, 2009, ''How to Rap: The Art & Science of the Hip
upriver to Livermore Falls (Livermore Falls, Maine) and attacked a native village. Church's men shot three or four native men when they were retreating. Church discovered five English captives in the wigwams
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of Oregon Health Sciences Center (now Oregon Health & Science University) in Portland, Oregon in 1979. thumb right A high jumper performing the straddle technique, the first high jumping technique that Fosbury was taught alt A man in an athletic uniform is diving forward, face-down over a high jump bar. His right leg is extended straight, parallel to the bar, while his left is bent at the knee and is just touching the bar as he leaps over it. (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-S0305-0030, Rolf Beilschmidt.jpg) Fosbury, who was born in Portland, Oregon, first started experimenting with a new high jumping technique at age 16, while attending high school in Medford, Oregon. '''Allison Nicole Machado''' (born April 21, 1982) is a beauty queen from Medford, Oregon who has competed in the Miss USA pageant. Richard was born in Medford, Oregon, to Alexander Nibley and Agnes Sloan. His older brother was Hugh Nibley, and his grandfather was Charles W. Nibley. Richard Nibley's great-grandfather Alexander Neibaur was the first Jew to join the LDS Church. nationalcompetition Miss USA 2004 (Top 10) birth_place Medford, Oregon, U.S. (United States) birth_name Jennifer Murphy Murphy grew up in Medford (Medford, Oregon), southern Oregon, with her eleven siblings (she is the second oldest among her five sisters and six brothers). She was partially home schooled but also attended Seton High School, from which she graduated in 1996. She is currently the spokeswoman for the start-up Mynextgig.com. DATE OF BIRTH 1979 PLACE OF BIRTH Medford, Oregon, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH January 3, 1963 – January 3, 1967 January 3, 1975 – January 3, 1981 Medford (Medford, Oregon) Gresham (Gresham, Oregon) KCVU was founded by Chester Smith in 1989. The company's chief executive officer and current general manager is Robert Castro. Its transmitter and license is located near Paradise, California. KCVU's sister stations include MyTV Northern California (KRVU 21 Redding, KZVU 22 Chico, KEMY 33 Eureka), KUCO-TV (KUCO-LP) Univision 27, KXVU-TV (KXVU-LP) Telemundo 17, and KKTF-TV (KKTF-LP) TeleFutura 35; Medford, Oregon's KFBI-TV (KFBI-LP) My (My Network TV) 48 and KMCW-TV (KMCW-LP) Telemundo 14. Sainte also operates KVIQ, the CBS affiliate in Eureka, KUVU the CW affiliate in Eureka, KEUV, the Univision affiliate in Eureka, and THIS TV in Eureka, Chico-Redding and Medford-Klamath Falls.