(Texas) 35W to Fort Worth. Loop 288 (Texas State Highway Loop 288) partially encircles the city; it passes through the northern limits of the city by C. H. Collins Athletic Complex and the eastern side near Golden Triangle Mall. Highway 77 (U.S. Highway 77 (Texas)) and 377 (U.S. Highway 377 (Texas)) go through the historic town square and Highway 380 (U.S. Highway 380 (Texas)) connects Denton to Frisco (Frisco, Texas) in the east and Decatur (Decatur, Texas) on the west. In 1976, one of the original homeowners associations petitioned the city of Frisco (Frisco, Texas) to remove the area from its extraterritorial jurisdiction. A vote was held in January 1977, and the City of The Colony was officially incorporated at that time (the name Colony was already in use, and thus the current name with the definite article (Article (grammar)) was chosen). In 1987, the small lakeside community of Eastvale (Eastvale, Texas) and The Colony voted to merge. The town has grown significantly since then.The renowned 350 member TCHS Marching Band marched in the 1997 Tournament of Roses Parade. The Colony High School Lady Cougars Soccer Team was the 2007 Class 4A State Champion. New Jersey Nets point guard and Olympic gold medalist Deron Williams played for The Colony High School The city is bordered on the west by Lewisville Lake and Lewisville, Texas, on the north and east by Frisco, Texas and on the south by Carrollton, Texas and Plano, Texas. Approximately 23 miles of shoreline on Lake Lewisville are contained within the city's boundaries (the basis for one of the city's nicknames, "City by the Lake"), including two peninsulas. Questions over whether the event would be held in 2008 began when in April that year Ozzy Osbourne announced that he would be headlining the Canadian Monsters of Rock festival. *'''September 28:''' Interstate 795 (Interstate 795 (North Carolina)) in North Carolina is officially approved by AASHTO. '''MLS Cup 2006''', the 11th edition of Major League Soccer's championship match (MLS Cup), was played between the New England Revolution and the Houston Dynamo to decide the champion of the 2006 season (2006 Major League Soccer season). The game was played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas on November 12, 2006. Houston won 4-3 on penalty kicks, after a 1-1 draw following extra time. It was the first penalty shootout (Penalty shootout (association football)) in MLS Cup history. District description The district is located wholly within Denton County (Denton County, Texas). It is one of three serving Denton County. In terms of geography it comprises the eastern and southeastern portions of the county. Major cities in the district include the majority of Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas) and those portions of Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), and Plano (Plano, Texas) that extend into Denton County. Towns and cities served by these area codes: :Addison (Addison, Texas), Allen (Allen, Texas), Anna (Anna, Texas), Avalon (Avalon, Texas), Bardwell (Bardwell, Texas), Blue Ridge (Blue Ridge, Texas), Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas), Celina (Celina, Texas), Cockrell Hill (Cockrell Hill, Texas), Combine (Combine, Texas), Copeville (Copeville, Texas), Coppell (Coppell, Texas), Crandall (Crandall, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas), Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas), Elmo (Elmo, Texas), Ennis (Ennis, Texas), Farmers Branch (Farmers Branch, Texas), Farmersville (Farmersville, Texas), Fate (Fate, Texas), Ferris (Ferris, Texas), Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas), Forney (Forney, Texas), Forreston (Forreston, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Garland (Garland, Texas), Glenn Heights (Glenn Heights, Texas), Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas), Highland Park (Highland Park, Texas), Highland Village (Highland Village, Texas), Hutchins (Hutchins, Texas), Irving (Irving, Texas), Italy (Italy, Texas), Josephine (Josephine, Texas), Kaufman (Kaufman, Texas), Lancaster (Lancaster, Texas), Lavon (Lavon, Texas), Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas), Little Elm (Little Elm, Texas), Maypearl (Maypearl, Texas), McKinney (McKinney, Texas), Melissa (Melissa, Texas), Mesquite (Mesquite, Texas), Midlothian (Midlothian, Texas), Milford (Milford, Texas), Murphy (Murphy, Texas), Nevada (Nevada, Texas), Oak Leaf (Oak Leaf, Texas), Palmer (Palmer, Texas), Pecan Hill (Pecan Hill, Texas), Plano (Plano, Texas), Princeton (Princeton, Texas), Prosper (Prosper, Texas), Red Oak (Red Oak, Texas), Rice (Rice, Texas), Richardson (Richardson, Texas), Rockwall (Rockwall, Texas), Rosser (Rosser, Texas), Rowlett (Rowlett, Texas), Royse City (Royse City, Texas), Sachse (Sachse, Texas), Scurry (Scurry, Texas), Seagoville (Seagoville, Texas), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, Texas), Talty (Talty, Texas), Terrell (Terrell, Texas), The Colony (The Colony, Texas), University Park (University Park, Texas), Venus (Venus, Texas), Waxahachie (Waxahachie, Texas), Westminster (Westminster, Texas), Weston (Weston, Texas), Wilmer (Wilmer, Texas) and Wylie (Wylie, Texas). In addition, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is served by area code 972. The '''Texas Tornado''' are a Junior A hockey team located in Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Texas, USA. The team joined the North American Hockey League's Central division in 1999 (and moved into the newly formed southern division three years later) while located in North Richland Hills, Texas, and have enjoyed unprecedented success since their expansion year. The Tornado hold the NAHL regular season record. Also in 2005, the Sol qualified as one of three NPSL West representatives for the Region IV U.S. Open Cup (U.S. Open Cup Website qualifying tournament, where the Sol won its group and then went on to beat the Salinas Valley Samba for the tournament championship and a spot in the USASA National Open Cup. The Sol would later meet the Samba in Santa Rosa in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup itself. At the USASA National Open Cup in the August heat of Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals the Sol faced the AAC Eagles of Chicago who prevailed 2-1. With this result, the Sol's 2005 campaign came to an end.
* Meadowdale Park * N. Lynnwood Neighborhood Park * Pioneer Park * Scriber Creek Park * South Lynnwood Park * Spruce Park Community parks * Lynndale Park, with Skate Park thumb right A sign at Heritage Park about the Interurban Trolley. (Image:Lynnwoodsign.jpg) * Lynnwood Athletic Complex (Closed in 2009 at the same time Lynnwood High School Moved to North Road Location) * Meadowdale Playfields * Scriber Lake Park Twenty-two acre of wetlands south of Wilcox Park. * Wilcox Park, also known as "Flag Park", Lynnwood's first park built on the former Wilcox homestead. Mini parks * Veterans Park, park south of Library honoring local veterans. * Maple Mini Park * Mini Park at Sprague's Pond Facilities * Golf Course * Heritage Park, shows historic buildings of the Lynnwood, Washington area formerly called Alderwood Manor. * Recreation Center * Senior Center Trails * Golf Course Trail * Interurban Trail, former site of Interurban Trolley tracks between Seattle (Seattle, Washington) and Everett (Everett, Washington) (1910–1939). * Mesika Trail, trail runs along west border of Lynnwood Civic Center campus. * Scriber Creek Trail, trail runs along Scriber Creek wetlands near Lynnwood Transit Center. Open space * Lund's Gulch Notable natives * Kenneth Bae, Prisoner http: bigstory.ap.org article video-shows-us-mans-life-nkorean-prison https: www.nbcnews.com id 53704142 ns local_news-seattle_wa #.UqQcPaWredA http: www.kgw.com news White-House-renews-urge-for-N-Korea-to-release-Kenneth-Bae-233944681.html * Carol Channing, Actress * Randy Couture, MMA Fighter and Actor * Paul Kenneth Keller, Serial arsonist * Sanjaya Malakar, American Idol finalist * Tom McGrath (Tom McGrath (animator)), Animator * Layne Staley, Musician * Travis Snider, Professional baseball player References '''Washington's 1st congressional district''' encompasses part of Northwest Seattle (Seattle, Washington) and largely suburban areas north and east of Seattle including Shoreline (Shoreline, Washington), Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington), Lynnwood (Lynnwood, Washington), Mountlake Terrace (Mountlake Terrace, Washington), Bothell (Bothell, Washington), Kirkland (Kirkland, Washington) and Redmond (Redmond, Washington) as well as Bainbridge Island (Bainbridge Island, Washington) and part of the Kitsap Peninsula. Until he stepped down on March 20, 2012, it was represented by Democrat (United States Democratic Party) Jay Inslee from Bainbridge Island. Inslee resigned to focus on his run for Governor of the state Congressman Inslee to step down and focus on run for governor, Reuters ; the seat will remain vacant until a special election that will coincide with the November 2012 general election. RCW 29A.28.041 Congress — Special election, Revised Code of Washington
Parkersburg. The highway continues over the Ohio River on the Blennerhassett Island Bridge. Completion into Ohio Construction began in 2000 with the start of the Godbey Fields complex in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The $6.5 million athletic complex was finished in 2001. "New Godbey Fields under construction." Appalachian Corridor D. 25 Apr. 2000. West Virginia Department of Highways. 18 June 2006
of Art, and the Gutterson Patrick athletic complex, home to UVM's Division I athletic teams. The largest hospital complex in Vermont, Fletcher Allen Health Care, has its primary facility adjacent to the UVM campus and is affiliated with the UVM College of Medicine. *Regans' Orange Bitters No.6 (Gary Regan's recipe) *Urban Moonshine citrus and maple bitters from Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), Vermont, United States *Scrappy's Bitters (United States) Walter was born in Waterville, Maine, served in the Aroostook War in 1839, studied medicine in Burlington, Vermont and New York City, and began his practice in Richmond, Maine. In 1852 he moved to Kittanning, Pennsylvania. Then, around 1861, he became an Indian agent at Greenwood, Dakota Territory (in what is now Tripp County, South Dakota). *
; The highway between M-48 (M-48 (Michigan highway)) and the northern terminus is a part of the larger Lake Huron Circle Tour. '''Clarence "Taffy" Abel Arena''' is a 4,000-seat hockey arena in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan on the campus of Lake Superior State University. It is home to the Lake Superior State Lakers men's ice hockey team of the CCHA (Central Collegiate Hockey Association). The arena is part of the Norris Center student athletic complex, which was built in 1976 and includes the 2,500-seat Cooper Gymnasium and other sports facilities for the school. The arena itself dates back to 1976; it was renovated and remodeled to its current larger form in the summer of 1995 following the Lakers' run of three national championships and eight straight NCAA tournament appearances, which continued into the first year of the arena. It was named after American ice hockey player Clarence "Taffy" Abel, who was born in Sault Ste. Marie. thumb 160px right Jacques Marquette (Image:Father marquette preaching.jpg). In 1660, France started a policy of expansion into the interior of North America from what is now eastern Canada. The objectives were to locate a Northwest Passage to China; to exploit the territory's natural resources, such as fur (Fur trade) and mineral ores; and to convert (religious conversion) the native population to Catholicism. Fur traders began exploring the ''pays d'en haut'' (upper country around the Great Lakes) at the time. In 1659, Pierre-Esprit Radisson and Médard Chouart des Groseilliers reached the western end of Lake Superior. Priests founded mission (mission (station))s, such as the Mission of Sault Sainte Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan) in 1668. On May 17, 1673, Louis Jolliet and Jacques Marquette began the exploration of the Mississippi River, which they called the ''Sioux Tongo'' (the large river) or ''Michissipi''. They reached the mouth of the Arkansas River, and then returned upstream, having learned that the great river ran towards the Gulf of Mexico and not toward the Pacific Ocean as they had presumed. In 1675, Marquette founded a mission in the Native American village of ''Kaskaskias (Kaskaskia, Illinois)'' on the Illinois River. A permanent settlement was made by 1690. Eventually, she ended up in Bay City, Michigan where she hoped to be a dance instructor. Since there were no dance schools in Bay City at that time, Taylor opened her own. Later she moved to Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan) in 1900 to teach music. From Sault Ste. Marie she traveled to San Antonio, Texas where she and a friend got together and went to Mexico City to find work. Unsuccessful, she returned to Bay City. Biodata Due to the economic circumstances of the Sault Ste. Marie market, with competition from stations in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan severely curtailing the profitability of the Ontario stations, Pelmorex shut down CKCY in 1992. The company also entered into a local management agreement with Telemedia, taking over management of that company's CHAS-FM. CJQM has also broadcasted Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds hockey games during the hockey season for many years up until the 2008 - 2009 season. Starting with the 2009 - 2010 season, the neighbouring Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan station Rock 101 (WSUE) has begun broadcasting the games. Semi-pro and minor leagues Bush was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and raised on the east side of that city. He played semi-pro ball for local teams, and began his professional career in 1905 in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan with the Copper Country Soo. After playing with South Bend (Central) in 1907, the Detroit Tigers acquired Bush's contract and assigned him to the Indianapolis Indians. Bush helped the Indians finish first in 1908, and by mid-September he was called up to play for the Tigers. 1932.jpg thumb A section of the 1932 Michigan State Dept. of Highways road map showing M-35 in northern Marquette and Baraga counties alt A map of northern Marquette and Baraga counties in Michigan's Upper Peninsula showing US 41 M-28 running through the central part of the counties. M-35 extends north into the Huron Mountains region with the central segment marked as "Impassable". The first path along part of the modern M-35 roadway was the Sault and Green Bay Trail, an old Native American (Native Americans in the United States) trail, between Menominee (Menominee, Michigan) and Escanaba (Escanaba, Michigan). This trail continued eastward from Escanaba to Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan) and southerly to Green Bay, Wisconsin. It was a narrow path of approximately !-- with 237 campsites, hiking trails, a large picnic area, playground, beautiful swimming beach and a picnic shelter that can be rented. Electric and water systems were added in 1947. Brimley State Park is located west of Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan) on the shores of Whitefish Bay, one mile (1.6 km) east of Brimley on 6 Mile Road.
basketball and women's volleyball programs in the past. Opened in 1968 as '''Memorial Coliseum''' as a replacement for Foster Auditorium (the current name was adopted in 1988), the coliseum is located at the center of the University of Alabama's athletic complex, which also includes Sewell-Thomas Stadium, Sam Bailey Track & Field Stadium, the Hank Crisp Indoor Facility, the Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility and the football building and practice fields. Since the Tuscaloosa, Alabama
" engines –were used to allow for larger passenger loads. This concept was patented by William B. Fageol. '''Dix Stadium''' is a stadium in Kent, Ohio, United States. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Kent State Golden Flashes football team. It lies at the far eastern end of the KSU campus along Summit Street, just east of State Route 261 (Ohio State Route 261) and is the center piece of what has become an athletic
complex. From 1997-2005, the field hockey team also played its games at the stadium until a new field hockey stadium was constructed behind Dix Stadium. The KSU Softball, Women's Soccer, Field Hockey, and Indoor Track teams all play their home matches in facilities around Dix Stadium. The stadium also hosts the occasional high school football game and served as the host of the 2001 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship. It opened on September 13, 1969 with a win against in-state rival
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renovation reconstruction in 2010. * '''Butterworth Park''' is located
thumb right A Horizon Air (File:QX Q400 SJC.JPG) Q400 (Bombardier Q400) arriving at Terminal C in March 2010 In the summer of 2009, American Airlines ceased service to Austin, Texas. However, Alaska Airlines announced afterward it would begin new routes to Austin from SJC, and would upgrade service to Portland, Oregon, which was run by regional subsidiary Horizon Air, to commercial jet service which began on September 2, 2009. Born during the Great Depression, and raised by his grandparents, Nelson wrote his first song at age seven and joined his first band at ten. During high school, he toured locally with the ''Bohemian Polka'' as their lead singer and guitar player. After graduating from high school in 1950, he joined the Air Force but was later discharged due to back problems. After his return, Nelson attended Baylor University for two years but dropped out because he was succeeding in music. During this time, he worked as a disc jockey in Texas radio stations and a singer in honky tonks. Nelson moved to Vancouver, Washington, where he wrote "Family Bible (Family Bible (Willie Nelson album))" and recorded the song "Lumberjack" in 1956. In 1960, he signed a publishing contract with Pamper Music which allowed him to join Ray Price's (Ray Price (musician)) band as a bassist. During that time, he wrote songs that would become country standards, including "Funny How Time Slips Away", "Hello Walls", "Pretty Paper", and "Crazy (Crazy (Willie Nelson song))". In 1962, he recorded his first album, ''And Then I Wrote''. Due to this success, Nelson signed in 1964 with RCA Victor and joined the Grand Ole Opry the following year. After mid-chart hits during the end of 1960s