Historic Commercial district of Spearfish image_flag flag_size image_seal seal_size image_shield shield_size image_blank_emblem blank_emblem_type blank_emblem_size image_map Lawrence County South Dakota Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Spearfish Highlighted.svg mapsize 250px map_caption Location in Lawrence County (Lawrence County, South Dakota) and the state of South Dakota image_map1 mapsize1 map_caption1 image_dot_map dot_mapsize dot_map_caption dot_x dot_y pushpin_map pushpin_label_position pushpin_map_caption pushpin_mapsize subdivision_type Country (List of sovereign states) subdivision_name United States subdivision_type1 State (Political divisions of the United States) subdivision_name1 South Dakota subdivision_type2 County (List of counties in South Dakota) subdivision_name2 Lawrence (Lawrence County, South Dakota) government_footnotes government_type leader_title Mayor leader_name Dana Boke
enforcement services from the King County Sheriff's Office. City landmarks The City of Snoqualmie has designated the following landmark: class "wikitable" - !Landmark !Built !Listed !Address !Photo - Snoqualmie Historic Commercial District King County and Local Landmarks List, King County (undated, last modified 2003-02-26). Accessed online 2009-05-08. 1889
, passing through Central Plaza and the Dragon Gate, the Los Angeles Civic Center (Civic Center, Los Angeles), passing the ''Los Angeles Times'' building at First Street (1st Street (Los Angeles)), and Broadway's historic commercial district and theatre district (Broadway Theater and Commercial District) in Downtown Los Angeles. Wilbur and his father, David Kitman Woo, began a produce business in a spot at the Ninth Street Market vacated by a Japanese man who was interned during the Second World War (Japanese American internment). After arriving in the United States, Beth Woo became the bookkeeper for the family business. In the 1960s, Wilbur Woo and friends chartered Cathay Bank. the first bank in Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles). He studied banking and later became a vice-president of the organization. Gary Libman, "Woo Family's Road to Success Long and Not Always Smooth," ''Los Angeles Times,'' August 5, 1985, page E-1 '''Redistricting.''' After several attempts at redrawing councilmanic districts in accordance with a U.S. court order to provide for increased Latino representation, the City Council in 1986 adopted a plan that stripped Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), Echo Park (Echo Park, Los Angeles) and adjoining areas from Woo's 13th District but maintained his power base in Hollywood and Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles) and also cut north into Studio City. Larry Gordon, "Voters Scramble to Make Sense of New Districts," ''Los Angeles Times,'' September 18, 1986, page GD-1 With map. In the United States, '''Aji Ichiban USA ''' was founded in 2000 as an exclusive franchise and they have stores in New York City (New York, New York), in Chinatown around Manhattan and Queens, as well as in the Chinatowns in Boston, San Jose (San Jose, California), Chicago, Los Angeles (specifically LA Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), San Gabriel (San Gabriel, California) and Monterey Park (Monterey Park, California)), and Rockville, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC. Many Chinese political leaders have paid visits to these stores. There was a store in Richardson, TX but it closed shortly after opening. History Cathay Bank first opened in 1962 in Los Angeles' Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles) as the first Chinese-American bank in California. In 1979 it opened its first branch office in Monterey Park (Monterey Park, California). Its first overseas representative office in Hong Kong was opened in 1985. '''Huy Fong Foods''' (滙豐食品公司) is a hot sauce company based in Rosemead, California. "Contact Us." Huy Fong Foods. Retrieved on February 26, 2010. Beginning in 1980 on Spring Street in Los Angeles's Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), with an initial investment of US$50,000 in family savings after being turned down by a bank for a US$200,000 loan, it has grown to become one of the leaders in the Asian (Asian cuisine) hot sauce market, especially Sriracha sauce. Statehood Located on the coastal plains surrounding the Los Angeles River, the town became a cattle ranching center, expanding on the role during the California Gold Rush. It was the center for the Alta California ranchos (ranchos of California) in the surrounding regions, further developing shipping ability from San Pedro Bay. In the latter 19th century the development of Los Angeles shifted the business district and cultural center of town to the south, present day Downtown Los Angeles, leaving the Pueblo district to decline, and by 1900 it was a less favored area, with the Chinatown district (Chinatown, Los Angeles) and other ethnic "ghettos", and the blight of new railroad adjacent industrial areas.
the city listed on the National Register of Historic Places (National Register of Historic Places listings in Yankton County, South Dakota), maintained by the U.S. National Park Service. Each individual district contains several structures, and include: * the Yankton (residential) Historic District, * the Yankton College Historic District, * the Yankton High School Historic District, * the Yankton Historic Commercial District * the House of Gurney Historic District, and * the South Dakota Human Services Center campus. Education Yankton is served by the Yankton Public School District (K-12), Sacred Heart Catholic School (pK-8), and Mount Marty College. Yankton was once home to Yankton College; founded in 1881, it was the first liberal arts college in the Dakota Territory. The college closed in 1984. The campus was acquired by the Federal Bureau of Prisons in 1988 for use as the Federal Prison Camp - Yankton. The Yankton School District has a variety of extracurricular activities including athletics (Sport) and non-athletics. The athletic teams are universal on all levels of education including the Yankton Middle School and the Yankton High School. The boys' athletic teams are known as the Yankton Bucks and the girls' teams are known as the Yankton Gazelles. Yankton's debate team is the host of the annual Lewis and Clark Debate Tournament, held on the last weekend of the month of January. Recreation The City of Yankton maintains fourteen municipal parks, including Fantle Memorial Park, which is the location of an outdoor public swimming pool, and Riverside Park, which is home to the city’s Riverside Baseball Field. There are two golf courses in the city: the Fox Run municipal golf course, and the private golf course located at Hillcrest Golf and Country Club. City of Yankton, Department of Parks and Recreation The City of Yankton and the Yankton School District jointly maintain and operate the Yankton High School and Summit Activities Center; this facility offers an indoor swimming pool, several gymnasiums, and a public weight lifting room. City of Yankton, Summit Activities Center The double-decker Meridian Bridge over the Missouri River was decommissioned for traffic in October 2008 after the new Discovery Highway Bridge was opened. This old bridge was converted to a pedestrian bridge (photo), and is part of the city’s extensive pedestrian and bicycle path system. City of Yankton, Trails System. thumb right 240px Meridian Highway Bridge (Image:Meridian state bridge1024.jpg), built in 1924, is now a pedestrian and bicycle bridge connecting Yankton to Nebraska over the Missouri River. The Brokaw-Auld Trail is a linear park and recreational path along Marne Creek, and the State of South Dakota has developed trails and paths to and throughout the Lewis and Clark Recreation Area. Four miles west of Yankton, the Lewis and Clark Recreation Area attracts over one million visitors per year. This state park, extending approximately two miles along the north shore of Lewis and Clark Lake, offering camping, swimming,and boating facilities. The federal Corps of Engineers also maintains camping, boating, swimming and recreation facilities along the Missouri River east of Gavins Point Dam. S.D. Dept. of Game, Fish, and Parks - Lewis and Clark Recreation Area. Transportation thumb right 240px The Discovery Bridge (Yankton) Discovery Bridge (File:DiscoveryBridgeYanktonNight.JPG) at night. The city is served by Chan Gurney Municipal Airport, although the city is not currently served by scheduled commercial flights. Highway transportation across the Missouri River to Nebraska is provided by US Route 81 via the Discovery Bridge (Discovery Bridge (Yankton)), which replaced the Meridian Highway Bridge in 2008. The City of Yankton is also served by SD Route 50, a four lane, divided highway which connects the city to US Interstate Highway 29, approximately 30 miles to the east. Media Broadcasting in Yankton began in 1922 when WNAX (WNAX (AM)) radio went on the air. Today, two AM radio stations and two commercial FM stations are licensed to Yankton: city Yankton, South Dakota area Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota)-Vermillion (Vermillion, South Dakota) frequency 94.3 MHz (Megahertz)
and Players Club *Trump International Golf Club Shopping areas districts '''CityPlace''': Opened in 2000 where single family homes and dilapidated apartments once stood. There is a multi-plex movie theater, IMAX Theater, several night clubs (comedy, dance), restaurants, clothing and home-decor retail outlets and multi-story town houses and apartments. '''Clematis Street (Clematis Street Historic Commercial District)''': is West Palm Beach's historic shopping venue, now home
Statistical Area . Gaithersburg was incorporated in 1878. Samuel Gettys settled on the Shippensburg - Baltimore and Philadelphia - Pittsburgh cross roads with a 1761 tavern where soldiers and traders came to rest, and to the southwest is the 1776 Dobbin House Tavern within the subsequent 1786 border established for the borough. After a "
the borough is a 2½ hour drive from Philadelphia and a 3½ hour drive from Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Turnpike and U.S. Route 15. Gettysburg Regional Airport, a small general aviation airport, is located Samuel Gettys settled on the Shippensburg - Baltimore and Philadelphia - Pittsburgh cross roads with a 1761
drive from Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Turnpike and U.S. Route 15. Gettysburg Regional Airport, a small general aviation airport, is located Samuel Gettys settled on the Shippensburg - Baltimore and Philadelphia - Pittsburgh cross roads with a 1761 tavern where soldiers and traders came to rest
as evidenced by photographs of early players. The cap has long been a symbol of national pride in Australia, Salute the Baggy Green giants and was described by the chief executive of the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) as the "most famous cricket cap in the world". historic-commercial-joint-venture,259,NS.html MCC Albion: historic commercial joint