Junction, Ohio . Parissi graduated from Mingo High School in 1968. Rob formed the band Wild Cherry in 1970 in Steubenville, Ohio, one mile north of Mingo Junction along the Ohio River. The band's name "Wild Cherry" was taken from a box of cough drops while Rob was recuperating from a brief hospital stay. The band played the Ohio Valley region, Wheeling, West Virginia and the rest of the Northern West Virginia panhandle, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The original lineup included: Ben Difabbio (drums and vocals), Louie Osso (guitar, lead and background vocals) from Steubenville, Ohio, Larry Brown (bass, lead and background vocals) from Weirton, West Virginia, Larry Mader (keyboards, lead and background vocals) from East Springfield, Ohio, and Rob Parissi (lead vocals and guitar). Over time, the band members changed, with Osso, Brown, and Mader leaving the band, and Rob's cousin, Coogie Stoddart (guitar, lead and background vocals), Joe Buchmelter (bass), and Buckie Lusk (bass) joining (with Buchmelter leaving again in the 1970s). Andrews was born in Holiday's Cove, Virginia (now Weirton, West Virginia). He moved to Kentucky, where he found employment as a house painter and singing coach. During the Civil War, he was engaged in buying contraband merchandise (including quinine) and smuggling it between the military lines. While serving as a secret agent and scout in Nashville, Tennessee, for Major General Don Carlos Buell in the spring of 1862, he devised a plan to take eight men to steal a train in Atlanta, Georgia, and drive it north. They would disrupt Confederate (Confederate States Army) communications in western Tennessee and burn the long railroad bridge over the Tennessee River at Bridgeport. The mission failed when the required engineer failed to show up at the designated meeting place. On July 22, 1853, the president of the S&I deeded right-of-way he had bought from 36 landowners across the Virginia Panhandle to the P&S. This allowed the railroad to build without a charter, which was required to use eminent domain; the powerful city of Wheeling (Wheeling (WV)) had opposed the P&S, which bypassed Wheeling. The private "'''Edgington and Wells Railroad'''" (named after its owners, Jesse Edgington and Nathaniel Wells (Nathaniel Wells (Virginia Panhandle)) of Brooke County (Brooke County (WV))) opened July 4, 1854 but failed later that year, as it did not connect to any other railroads. The '''Holliday's Cove Rail Road''' was chartered by the Western Transportation Company on March 30, 1860 in Virginia to build across the Panhandle near what is now Weirton, West Virginia; the charter was only used to build the Steubenville Railroad Bridge. The next day the Wheeling Railroad Bridge Company was chartered by the same company, as a political promise to allow the incorporation of the HCRR. Established in 1972, WVNCC delivers a comprehensive, two-year degree program for all six counties in West Virginia's Northern Panhandle (Northern Panhandle of West Virginia). In addition to the main campus, WVNCC has branches in Weirton (Weirton, West Virginia) and New Martinsville (New Martinsville, West Virginia). The college is known throughout the Ohio Valley to have very reasonable tuition while still maintaining a high quality of education. On June 23, 2000, work began on a project that widened WV 2 from two to four lanes from Weirton (Weirton, West Virginia) at US 22 (Robert C. Byrd Expressway) (U.S. Route 22) south to CR 8 near Follansbee (Follansbee, West Virginia). The project length was just 0.9 miles. Work was supposed to be complete by June 31, 2001, however, construction wrapped up on October 31 at a cost of $21,444,875. "WV 2 Project Follansbee-Weirton Road II." West Virginia Department of Transportation. Nov. 1, 2006 The project entailed stabilizing the hillside by reshaping the highwall, widening the roadway with four '''Gary Michael Jeter''' (born January 24, 1955 in Weirton, West Virginia ) is a former professional American football defensive end in the National Football League. An All-America (1976 College Football All-America Team)n at the University of Southern California in 1976, Jeter was drafted (NFL Draft) by the New York Giants in the first round (fifth overall) in the 1977 NFL Draft. *Fort Henry Bridge -- Wheeling, WV (Wheeling, West Virginia) *Veterans Memorial Bridge (Veterans Memorial Bridge (Steubenville, Ohio)) -- Weirton, WV (Weirton, West Virginia) to Steubenville, OH (Steubenville, Ohio) Personal In the 2006 offseason, Wilson held a youth football camp in Weirton, West Virginia on May 19, 2007 run and coordinated by his family Kyle Wilson, Chlyla Wilson and Sabastion Boner. Some athletes participating in the camp included former Mountaineers Kay-Jay Harris, Chris Henry (Chris Henry (wide receiver)), Rasheed Marshall, Adam "Pacman" Jones (Adam Jones (American football)), Wilson's father Otis Wilson, T.J. Duckett, Jarrett Payton, and Ike Taylor. http: www.flyingcolorssports.com custom quincywilson Player.asp?Id 61&Page 3 * Smithers (Smithers, West Virginia) - Fayette County (Fayette County, West Virginia), Kanawha County (Kanawha County, West Virginia) * Weirton (Weirton, West Virginia) - Hancock County (Hancock County, West Virginia), Brooke County (Brooke County, West Virginia) * Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia) - Ohio County (Ohio County, West Virginia), Marshall County (Marshall County, West Virginia) - 327 align "left" Weirton (Weirton, West Virginia)-Steubenville (Steubenville, Ohio), WV-OH-PA UA 73,710 130.9 50.5 563.1 1458.4 -
in the City of Charleston (Charleston, West Virginia). History Rob Parissi (lead vocals & guitar) was raised in the steel mill town of Mingo Junction, Ohio. Parissi graduated from Mingo High School in 1968. Rob formed the band Wild Cherry in 1970 in Steubenville, Ohio, one mile north of Mingo Junction along the Ohio River. The band's name "Wild Cherry" was taken from a box of cough drops while Rob was recuperating from a brief hospital stay. The band played the Ohio Valley region, Wheeling, West Virginia and the rest of the Northern West Virginia panhandle, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The original lineup included: Ben Difabbio (drums and vocals), Louie Osso (guitar, lead and background vocals) from Steubenville, Ohio, Larry Brown (bass, lead and background vocals) from Weirton, West Virginia, Larry Mader (keyboards, lead and background vocals) from East Springfield, Ohio, and Rob Parissi (lead vocals and guitar). Over time, the band members changed, with Osso, Brown, and Mader leaving the band, and Rob's cousin, Coogie Stoddart (guitar, lead and background vocals), Joe Buchmelter (bass), and Buckie Lusk (bass) joining (with Buchmelter leaving again in the 1970s). Transportion and hospitality magnate In 1839, he began the construction of the first of three Neil House Hotels at a cost of $100,000, which stood across from the statehouse until 1974. He also ventured into the stage coach business, owning lines to Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia), Cleveland, Sandusky (Sandusky, Ohio), Marietta (Marietta, Ohio) and Indianapolis, and at one point said to own all of the stage lines from Cumberland, Maryland to St. Louis. By 1845 he had ventured into the railroad industry, the new transportation technology from that time. "Columbus: the story of a city", Ed Lentz. Arcadia Publishing, 2003. ISBN 0738524298, 9780738524290. p. 56. He was involved in the construction of the first rail to Xenia, "History of the city of Columbus, capital of Ohio, Volume 2", Alfred Emory Lee. W.W. Munsell & Co. 1892. p. 251. and would operate rail lines to Cleveland and Indiana. In 1789, historic Nemacolin Castle, trading post, and tavern was built up on the bluff about 0.75 miles to the east along Burd's Road (the western stretch of The Nemacolin Trail through Brownsville and across Washington County (Washington County, Pennsylvania) to Wheeling, West Virginia eastwards to the junction with Braddock's Road in Uniontown (Uniontown, Pennsylvania) by Bowman near Redstone Old Fort and this crossing (Ford (crossing)), at what became a major link in the first National Road (aka U.S. 40 twenty years later) at what is today the towns of West Brownsville (West Brownsville, Pennsylvania) and Brownsville (Brownsville, Pennsylvania) of (Washington and Fayette Counties respectively), the joint sites of the first Iron Bridge built in the United States. The early settlement around the fort also came to be called Redstone, but eventually became eponymously known as Brownsville, Pennsylvania after its farsighted developer Thomas Brown (Thomas Brown (businessman)). The use of "Redstone" devolved to apply to just one of its neighborhoods. The 1861 '''Wheeling Convention''' was a series of two meetings that ultimately repealed the Ordinance of Secession passed by Virginia, thus establishing the ''Restored government of Virginia'', which ultimately authorized the counties that organized the convention to become West Virginia. The convention was held at what became known as West Virginia Independence Hall in Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia). The Restored Government was recognized by the Union, including President Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln), as the State of Virginia with its capital in Wheeling. In part motivated by early Union successes, including the Battle of Philippi Races, it was preceded by the Clarksburg Convention and led to the Constitutional Convention (Constitutional convention (political meeting)) of West Virginia. He made frequent appearances on the Louisiana Hayride and Wheeling, West Virginia's WWVA Jamboree (renamed Jamboree U.S.A. in the 1960s), as well as the Grand Ole Opry, but was never invited to join the latter. '''WesBanco Arena''' (originally '''Wheeling Civic Center''') is a multi-purpose arena, in Wheeling, West Virginia. It was built in 1977 at a cost of $ (United States dollar)7 million. It is home to the Wheeling Nailers ice hockey team and the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference wrestling tournament. After Sen. Joseph McCarthy publicized this in his 1950 speech in Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia), West Virginia, she was dismissed. The Keeneys refused to answer questions regarding membership in the Communist Party. In 1952, they were convicted on contempt of Congress (United States Congress) for refusing to answer questions before a Senate (United States Senate) committee, though their convictions were later reversed on appeal. In 1999 the school was forced to play a year of games split between Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia), Charleston (Charleston, West Virginia), and the gym at nearby Fairmont State University due to asbestos removal. *West Liberty, WV (West Liberty, West Virginia) - WGLZ, West Liberty University *Wheeling, WV (Wheeling, West Virginia) - Cardinal.FM, Wheeling Jesuit University - After the FCC's ''Sixth Report and Order'' ended the license freeze and opened the UHF band in 1952, it devised a plan for allocating VHF licenses. Under this plan, almost all of the country would be able to receive two commercial VHF channels plus one noncommercial channel. Most of the rest of the country ("1 2") would be able to receive a third VHF channel. Other areas would be designated as "UHF islands" since they were too close to larger cities for VHF service. The "2" networks became CBS and NBC, "+1" represented non-commercial educational stations, and "1 2" became ABC (which was the weakest network usually winding up with the UHF allocation where no VHF was available). However, Erie and Youngstown, Ohio were both sandwiched between Pittsburgh and Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia) Steubenville to the south, Cleveland to the west, Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) to the east, and London, Ontario to the north. This created a large "doughnut" in Northwestern Pennsylvania where there could only be one VHF license. WICU was fortunate to gain that license, and as a result has been the market leader in Erie for most of its history. Channel 12 held a monopoly on Erie television until WSEE-TV signed-on in 1954 as a CBS affiliate. The then-two separately owned stations aired ABC programs until WJET-TV (channel 24) signed-on in 1966. "The later turnpike was planned and constructed by Virginia partly as a result of the rival activities of New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland to secure the advantage in transportation facilities for the trade of the West; and was especially regarded as a rival of the National Road which was opened from Cumberland (Cumberland, Maryland) to Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia) in 1818, and with which parts of Virginia obtained better connection in 1830 by a stage line established from Winchester to Cumberland. It was built across the Appalachian Divide with the hope of securing commercial superiority, and was the main thoroughfare between East and West through northern Virginia." The '''Ohio Valley Greyhounds''' were a professional indoor football (indoor American football) team. They began play in 1999 as the '''Steel Valley Smash''', a charter member of the IFL (Indoor Football League). After the league folded, they moved to the NIFL (National Indoor Football League), became a charter member, and renamed themselves as the Ohio Valley Greyhounds. After four successful years in the league, they moved to the UIF (United Indoor Football) in 2005 and became a charter member to the new league. However, the Greyhounds failed to reach the same level of success from the NIFL years. Their home games were played at the WesBanco Arena in Wheeling, West Virginia, which is also the home to the ECHL's Wheeling Nailers. After three dismal years in the UIF, the team folded in October 2007. http: www.wtrf.com story.cfm?func viewstory&storyid 30248&catid 3 airdate October 24, 1953 location Wheeling, West Virginia Steubenville, Ohio callsign_meaning '''T'''wo '''R'''adio '''F'''requencies (referring to AM and FM stations with same calls) '''WTRF-TV''' is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia and the Allegheny Plateau of Eastern Ohio that is licensed to Wheeling, West Virginia. It broadcasts a high definition (high-definition television) digital signal on VHF channel 7 from a transmitter in Bridgeport, Ohio. Owned by West Virginia Media Holdings, the station has studios on 16th Street in Downtown Wheeling. Syndicated (television syndication) programming on WTRF includes: ''Entertainment Tonight'', ''Inside Edition'', ''Judge Judy'', and ''Rachael Ray (The Rachael Ray Show)''. '''WTOV-TV''' is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Ohio Valley (Ohio) that is licensed to Steubenville (Steubenville, Ohio) & Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia). It broadcasts a high definition (High-definition television) digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter in Mingo Junction, Ohio. Owned by Cox Enterprises, the station has studios in Steubenville. Syndicated (television syndication) programming on the station includes: ''The Ellen DeGeneres Show'', ''Dr. Phil (Dr. Phil (TV series))'', ''Jeopardy!'', ''Wheel of Fortune (Wheel of Fortune (U.S. game show))'', and ''Live with Kelly''. '''Inscription:''' Frontier outpost (outpost (military)). From this county, Captain William Forman (Foreman) (William Foreman), in 1777, led a company to the relief of Fort Henry (Fort Henry (West Virginia)) at Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia). He, two sons, and many others were killed in an ambush (William Foreman#The Grave Creek Massacre) by Indians (Native Americans in the United States) at the "Narrows" near Moundsville (Moundsville, West Virginia). right thumb Taxidermy display featuring a American Black Bear black bear (Image:CabelasTaxidermy.jpg), grizzly bear, hornet's nest and several whitetail deer at a Cabela's store located in Wheeling (Wheeling, West Virginia), WV (West Virginia). birth_date Retrieved on 11-30-2008.
tribute band. He joined Rough Trade (Rough Trade (band)) in 1983, and following that band's breakup he launched his own band, Wild T and the Spirit. commons:Trinidad and Tobago
) is a New Zealand performance artist who is better known by the pseudonym '''"That Guy"'''. He has made various appearances on New Zealand television, including Sports Cafe and his own show, Moon TV. Leigh was born in Greymouth and went to Christ's College (Christ's_College,_Canterbury) in Christchurch. He was singer songwriter for New Zealand Rock Band Wild Turkey. The band was briefly jailed and then deported from France. '''Leigh Hart''' (born 20 July 1970) is a New Zealand performance artist who is better known by the pseudonym '''"That Guy"'''. He has made various appearances on New Zealand television, including Sports Cafe and his own show, Moon TV. Leigh was born in Greymouth and went to Christ's College (Christ's_College,_Canterbury) in Christchurch. He was singer songwriter for New Zealand Rock Band Wild Turkey. The band was briefly jailed and then deported from France. Kaur was a strong moving force behind the establishment of the ''All India Institute of Medical Sciences'' in New Delhi, and became its first president. For establishing the institute, she secured aid from New Zealand, Australia, West Germany, Sweden, and USA. She and one of her brothers donated their ancestral property and house (named ''Manorville'') in Simla (Shimla), Himachal Pradesh to serve as a holiday home for the staff and nurses of the Institute. '''''Ehrharta erecta''''' is a species of grass also known as '''panic veldtgrass'''. The species is native to Southern Africa and Yemen. It is a documented invasive species in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, southern Europe, and China. Television * Argent appeared in the ''Teen Titans (Teen Titans (TV series))'' episode "Calling All Titans" voiced by Hynden Walch. She meets Starfire (Starfire (comics)) and becomes an honorary Titan, but she is soon captured by General Immortus of the Brotherhood of Evil. Argent can fire crimson energy beams, and can use that energy to form objects similar to the abilities of the Green Lantern. The Argent in this series appears to be a New Zealander rather than an American (United States). Argent has also been shown to have an interest in fashion when she asks Starfire: "''Does this come in black?''" when the yellow communicator clashes with her dark clothes. When Más y Menos unfreeze all of the captured Titans during the final battle of "Titans Together", Argent joins the fight. She is seen sending two energy beams in the form of hands after a fleeing Johnny Rancid (List of minor characters in the Teen Titans animated series#Johnny Rancid). Later, she is seen in Titans Tower and before the "battle" against Dr. Light (Doctor Light (Arthur Light)). History In 1832, shortly after the formation of the Church, Joseph Smith, Jr. said that the Lord desired the saints (Latter-day Saints) build a temple; Recorded in the Doctrine and Covenants, Smith wrote that the Lord commanded the Saints to "establish a house, even a house of prayer, a house of fasting, a house of faith, a house of learning, a house of glory, a house of order, a house of God;" (see Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand
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of print, is still downloadable. '''''Wild Orchid''''' is the self-titled debut and most successful album by American (United States) group Wild Orchid (Wild Orchid (band)) (featuring R&B (contemporary R&B), hip hop, pop rap (hip hop music) and pop (pop music) singer Stacy Ferguson (Fergie (singer)), Stefanie Ridel and Renee Sandstrom), released in 1996 (1996 in music). Micki Duran was an original member and left before the album was released, and she co-wrote
04 25 1226044 528311-mamdouh-habib-file.pdf '''''Oxygen''''' is the second album by American (United States) group Wild Orchid (Wild Orchid (band)) (featuring R&B (contemporary R&B), hip hop, pop rap (hip hop music) and pop (pop music) singer Stacy Ferguson (Fergie (singer)), Stefanie Ridel and Renee Sandstrom), released in 1998 (see 1998 in music). This was their final album released to feature Ferguson, as well as their final album as a trio
American rock (rock and roll) band Foreigner (Foreigner (band)), released in 1991. By now original frontman Lou Gramm had parted company with the band and had been replaced by original Wild Horses (Wild Horses (American rock band)) singer Johnny Edwards (Johnny Edwards (musician)). The album was a commercial failure and Gramm returned to the band the following year. '''''Mr. Moonlight''''' is the eighth studio album by American (United States) rock (rock and roll) band