was visited by members of the United States House Committee on Veterans' Affairs for a Congressional field hearing regarding the proposed closure and the committee heard testimony from members of Save the VA Committee and others opposed to the closure as well as two VA administrators in favor of the closure.
Bluefield Beckley (Beckley, West Virginia), West Virginia, which they received. The "Venus" moniker lasted less than a year before changing to "V102.5". On weekdays, V102.5 ran a live, local hot adult contemporary format. However, on weekends, the station ran Jones Radio Network's Hot AC (Hot AC (radio network)) satellite format. founded 1925 location Beckley, West Virginia, U.S. (United States) enrollment 1356 '''Woodrow Wilson High School
for the big oval billboard sign that says Dyriana bakery and cafe. phone +62 24 831 8531, +62 24 844 5175 tollfree fax hours 06:30-22:00 price content Freshly made baked breads with specific local taste - try the "roti pisang" (bread with a small banana inside), cakes, and a nice cafe serving local hot foods and cold drinks. Air-con. Often has live demonstrations of traditional products being made right in the bakery (call first, often around 15:00-17:00pm). * Commons:Category:Semarang
Uruguayan cuisine thumb left The local hot drink Mate (beverage) ''mate'' (File:MateinUruguay.png) being consumed in transit Beef is fundamental to Uruguayan cuisine, and the country is one of the world's top consumers of red meat per capita. Asado, a kind of barbecued beef, is the national dish in Uruguay, and other popular foods include beef platters, chivito (Chivito (sandwich)) (steak sandwiches), pasta, barbecued kidneys, and sausages. Locally produced soft drinks
-like pastry of German origin. Facturas are consumed in large quantities, and can be found in every corner bakery, and are usually accompanied with tea, coffee, or mate (Mate (beverage)), a local hot beverage. ''Facturas'' is not only a term limited to doughnuts, since they also include more than fifteen types of dough-based recipes, with varying shapes and glazes, such as confectioner's custard, quince jelly and the local ''dulce de leche'' (lit. milk candy or milk jam) which consist
is the Japanese (Japanese language) word for hot springs and the town is named for the local hot springs. was a towns