Places Known For

contemporary music

Winkler, Manitoba

on the AM dial at 1530 kHz, then moved to 1570 kHz in 1987, and since 2013, broadcasts on the FM dial at 88.5 MHz. CJEL-FM, an adult contemporary music station branded as The Eagle 93.5, launched in 2000. Though they are not based in Winkler, several other radio stations are notable in the Winkler area. The signal from Golden West's easy listening radio station in Altona, CFAM, reaches the Winkler area. Two North Dakota stations near the Canada U.S. border also reach Winkler

: KAOC 105.1 FM (Maverick 105), a country music station in Cavalier (Cavalier, North Dakota) and KYTZ 106.7 FM (Z-106.7, Today's Best Hits), an adult contemporary music station in Walhalla (Walhalla, North Dakota). The former station sells advertisements targeting the Pembina Valley region and maintains an advertising sales office in Morden. Cable television service is provided by Valley Cable Vision. Most Winnipeg-based television (television station) and radio stations can be picked up from Winkler. WDAZ-TV and KNRR (KVRR) can also be received in Winkler via antenna. Sports Winkler's primary ice hockey team is the Winkler Flyers, who compete in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The Flyers play their home games at the Winkler Arena. Perhaps the best known alumni of the team is goaltender Ed Belfour, who played with the Flyers during the 1985-86 season and recorded a 2.58 goals against average that year. Belfour went on to play in the NHL (National Hockey League) and win a Stanley Cup with the Dallas Stars. There is also a minor league hockey in Winkler. The local high school has a hockey team named the Zodiacs. The Zodiacs draw hundreds of high school students to their home games. Winkler was selected as host city for the 2008 edition of CBC Sports' (CBC Sports) day-long ''Hockey Day in Canada'', which took place on February 9, 2008.people * Di Brandt , poet and literary critic (literary criticism) *Arnold Brown (Arnold Brown (Manitoba politician)), politician *Benjamin De Fehr (List of Canadian soldiers executed during World War I#Benjamin De Fehr), soldier executed during World War I *Howard Dyck, conductor and broadcaster *Eric Fehr, NHL player for the Washington Capitals *Byron Froese, AHL (American Hockey League) player for the Rockford IceHogs *Jacob Froese, politician *Don Kuhl, politician, former councillor and former deputy mayor *Dustin Penner, NHL player for the Washington Capitals *John Sawatsky, award winning author and journalist *George Sawatzky, physicist, FRSC (Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada) *Cornelius Wiebe, physician and politician Neighbouring communities DATE OF BIRTH September 28, 1982 PLACE OF BIRTH Winkler, Manitoba, Canada DATE OF DEATH '''CJEL-FM''' (93.5 FM (FM broadcasting), "The Eagle 93.5") is a radio station broadcasting a soft adult contemporary music (adult contemporary music) format. Licensed to Winkler, Manitoba, it serves the Pembina Valley region (Pembina Valley Region, Manitoba) of Manitoba.

Morden, Manitoba

-based Golden West Broadcasting. CKMW, a country music station, was established in 1980 and broadcasts at 1570 kHz on the AM (AM radio) dial. CJEL (CJEL-FM), an adult contemporary music station branded as The Eagle 93.5, launched in 2000 and is the only FM radio station in the Pembina Valley. Though they are not based in Winkler, several other radio stations are notable around the Morden-Winkler area. The signal from Golden West's easy listening radio station

in Altona, CFAM (CFAM (AM)) 950 AM, reaches the Winkler area. Two North Dakota stations near the Canada U.S. border also reach Winkler: KAOC 105.1 FM (Maverick 105), a country music station in Cavalier (Cavalier, North Dakota) and KYTZ 106.7 FM (Z-106.7, Today's Best Hits), an adult contemporary music station in Walhalla (Walhalla, North Dakota). The former station sells advertisements targeting the Pembina Valley region and maintains an advertising sales office in Morden


Cleveland . Radio broadcast stations * CKSY 94.3FM: an adult contemporary music station on the air since July 1, 1986. In 2002, CKSY swapped broadcasting frequencies with CKUE. CKSY can be heard regularly in the Metro Detroit Area. * CKUE 95.1FM: ''LiteFM '', a soft rock music station established in January of 2014 when CKUE switched formats from rock to soft rock. CKUE was established on October 6, 1999. In 2002, CKUE swapped broadcasting frequencies with CKSY. CKUE operates a repeater station in Windsor, Ontario, formerly on 95.1 FM (now moved to 100.7 FM), and thus the broadcast day originates from both the Chatham and Windsor studios. * CFCO 92.9FM and 630AM: A news, sports, Country music station. The original AM broadcasting station was launched in 1926; the repeater FM signal, meant to improve the station's reception in office buildings in Chatham–Kent, was launched in 2000. CFCO boasts a large daytime signal that covers much of Michigan, including Metro Detroit, and some of Ohio and Indiana in addition to southwestern Ontario. * CBEE (CBEW-FM) 88.1FM: the radio rebroadcast station for CBC Radio One (CBE) out of Windsor, Ontario. * CKGW-FM 89.3 FM: Christian music news talk station. CKGW is part of the UCB Canada family of stations. Originally planned as repeater of Belleville (Belleville, Ontario)'s CKJJ-FM 102.3 FM, it was reorganized into a stand-alone station before its launch in 2007 and operates at 89.3FM. It includes some programmes from Belleville, plus local standalone programming. * CKXS-FM 99.1 FM: The newest radio station in Chatham–Kent, based in Wallaceburg, ON, is operated by Five Amigos Broadcasting. The station began broadcasting in October 2009, and offers an Adult contemporary music radio format. It provides a minimum of 91 hours of local programming per broadcast week, with the remainder consisting of syndicated programming. CKSY, CFCO and CKUE are owned by Blackburn Radio. Print media The ''Chatham Daily News'' is the only daily newspaper in Chatham-Kent. There are several weeklies located in Chatham and the various communities in the municipality, including the ''Blenheim News Tribune'', ''Chatham This Week'', the ''North Kent Leader'' in Dresden, ''Ridgetown Independent News'', ''Tilbury Times'', the ''Wallaceburg Courier Press'' and the ''Wheatley Journal''. The ''Chatham Daily News,'' ''Chatham This Week,'' ''Wallaceburg Courier Press,'' ''Wallaceburg News,'' and Dresden's ''North Kent Leader'' are all owned by Quebecor through their Osprey Media Group and Bowes Publishers Limited subsidiaries. Online media The ''Chatham Kent Daily Post'' News In Chatham-Kent The Chatham-Kent Daily Post and CKReview are the only daily online newspapers in Chatham-Kent that provide coverage of local news, sports, entertainment, and cultural events as well as a number of regular contributing columnists. The ''Chatham-Kent Sports Network'' Chatham-Kent Sports Network is an online sports specific news source covering local sports news, scores, and highlights from each of Chatham-Kent's communities. CKSN also follows Chatham-Kent athletes who have progressed to the Junior, College, International, or Professional ranks. Education Elementary and secondary thumb Chatham Regional Education Center of the Lambton Kent District School Board (File:Chatham Regional Education Center.jpg) There are two anglophone school boards and one francophone school board in Chatham–Kent. These are the Lambton Kent District School Board (headquartered in Sarnia), the St. Clair Catholic District School Board (headquartered in chatham) and the ''Conseil scolaire catholique Providence'' (CSC Providence). The LKDSB is a public school board, and consists of 13 secondary and 53 elementary schools. The St. Clair Catholic board consists of two secondary schools, one in Chatham and one in Sarnia, and 26 elementary schools. There are also independent schools, such as Wallaceburg Christian School and Chatham Christian Schools—an elementary and secondary school in the same building. The French Catholic board, headquartered in Windsor (Windsor, Ontario), has its Chatham-Kent regional office in Pain Court (Pain Court, Ontario). "Bureau satellite de Chatham-Kent." ''Conseil scolaire catholique Providence''. Retrieved on December 15, 2014. "Adresse: 14, rue Notre Dame C.P. 70 Pain Court Ontario N0P 1Z0 Canada" Post-secondary Chatham–Kent is the home of two colleges – St. Clair College and University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus, popularly known as Ridgetown College. St. Clair College is a satellite of St. Clair College of Windsor. There are two campuses located in the municipality - Thames Campus (located in Chatham) and the Wallaceburg Campus (located in Wallaceburg). More than 5,000 full-time and 12,000 part-time students attend the college each year. Ridgetown College offers diplomas in agriculture, horticulture, and veterinary technology. It was formerly known as Ontario Agricultural College and then Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology. Sports Hockey Chatham has a team in the Ontario Hockey Association Western Junior B league: * Chatham Maroons There are also four teams in the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League * Blenheim Blades * Dresden Jr. Kings * Wheatley Sharks * Wallaceburg Lakers Other teams that take to the ice in Chatham-Kent include the Chatham Outlaws Girls Hockey Association, the Chatham AAA Cyclones, and St. Clair College Saints* (Chatham Thames Campus). *Currently defunct. Canadian football The Chatham-Kent Cougars Football Club started in 2006. In 2006 Chatham-Kent entered a team into the inaugural season of the Allstar Peewee Football League, and in 2007 entered a team into the Jr. Ontario Varsity Football League. Now Chatham-Kent plays in the OFC with 4 spring summer teams. * Chatham–Kent Cougars Football Club Rugby Union football Founded in 2001, Chatham has a rugby team in the Southwest Rugby Union: * Chatham-Kent Havoc http: Association Football Soccer Chatham-Kent does not have a professional or semi-pro football soccer team, but there are many leagues for young children to adults that operate in Chatham–Kent. Transportation right thumb 250px St. Clair Street (Hwy 40) in Chatham (File:Chatham ON 2.JPG) Road Chatham-Kent is situated just off Highway 401 (Highway 401 (Ontario)), connecting Montreal, Toronto, Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario)-Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario), London (London, Ontario), and Windsor, Ontario; and Detroit, Michigan via the Ambassador Bridge. Blenheim, Chatham and Wallaceburg are linked with Sarnia, Ontario and the Blue Water Bridge to the United States by Highway 40 (Ontario Highway 40). The sections of Highway 2 (Ontario Highway 2) and Highway 3 (Ontario Highway 3) (the Talbot Trail) in Chatham–Kent were downloaded by the province in 1998, becoming local roads 2 and 3, but they remain significant through routes and are still locally known by their old names. The first gas station in Canada to sell E85 fuel to the public is located on Park Avenue East in Chatham.

Bancroft, Ontario

north of Belleville (Belleville, Ontario) between Madoc (Madoc, Ontario) and Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) and served by Ontario Highway 62 and County Road 620. The Township is bordered by the Town of Bancroft, Township of Wollaston (Wollaston, Ontario) and the joined Townships of Tudor and Cashel (Tudor and Cashel, Ontario). The township is heavily forested, as is the shoreline of the Limerick Lake, the main industry in the township being forestry and logging. The population of Limerick Township is approx. 300 full-year residents, and another 1000 seasonal residents. Communities '''Cardiff''' is a former mining community


believed that a heavier-than-air machine could not fly. He then visited Victor Tatin, a well-known theoretician and experimenter who had built an aircraft model which flew in 1879. ; born 19 February 1926 in Lugoj) is a Hungarian (Hungary) composer of contemporary music. Biography György Kurtág was born in Lugoj in the Banat region, Romania.


Ago It has a country music format (radio format), but also has adult contemporary music during evenings, a free format on Fridays and oldies on Sundays. CKON also broadcasts coverage (Broadcasting of sports events) of home and away games of Cornwall Colts and Akwesasne Wolves hockey teams and of the Akwesasne Lightning lacrosse team. Online and Print Media *''Akwesasne Notes'' http:

Brookings, South Dakota

. '''KBRK-FM''' (93.7 FM (FM broadcasting), "B93.7") is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary music format. The station is licensed (city of license) to serve Brookings, South Dakota. The station is currently owned by Three Eagles Communications. '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.

Ridgecrest, California

. The highway then descends from the mountains to its junction with State Route 14 (State Route 14 (California)). It then proceeds eastward across US 395 (U.S. Route 395 (California)) into the town of Ridgecrest, CA (Ridgecrest, California). The constructed highway ends at the turnoff for the Trona Pinnacles National Natural Landmark (Trona Pinnacles). digital 13 (VHF (very high frequency)) other_chs K13WJ Morongo Valley (Morongo Valley, California) K50HV Daggett (Daggett, California) K18FH Twentynine Palms (Twentynine Palms, California) K13NF Ridgecrest (Ridgecrest, California) K49AA Ridgecrest (Ridgecrest, California) subchannels 13.1 MyNetworkTV 13.2 Bounce TV

Newport, Oregon

billed as a music festival, has several stages where musicians perform regularly during the three-day event. * The Ernest Bloch Music Festival, an annual composers' symposium and showcase for progressive and contemporary music, is held in Newport (Newport, Oregon). Ernest Bloch was a composer who lived in Agate Beach (Agate Beach, Oregon), and has a memorial located in Newport. The festival is regarded country-wide and is a cultural high-point every year for musicians classically

Goderich, Ontario

Goderich&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 01&B1 All&Custom title Goderich community profile publisher Statistics Canada work 2006 Census data (Canada 2006 Census) accessdate 2011-02-01 Media * CIYN-FM-1 (CIYN-FM) 99.7 "myFM" - classic hits * CHWC-FM 104.9 "The Beach" - local news and adult contemporary * CKNX-FM 101.7 "The One" - local, regional and national news and adult contemporary music * CIBU-FM 94.5 91.7 "

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