Leamington , and Sarnia) parts of Southwestern Ontario. On May 9, 2008, the CRTC approved the station's application to launch a low-power nested FM rebroadcaster (CBE-1-FM) in Windsor, at 102.3 FM. CRTC Decision 2008-102. Six months later, on November 13, 2008, the CBC applied to the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) to convert CBE from the AM band to the FM band at 97.5 FM
and the school for this area is Mount Carmel – Blytheswood Public School. '''CFTV''' is a low-power (low-power broadcasting) community television (community channel (Canada)) station in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, which began broadcasting in early 2006. The station was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission in 2003. CRTC Decision 2003-581 '''Leamington Airport
TV and radio transmitters are located in Shoreview, Minnesota, and backup facilities are maintained atop the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis (though a few low-power broadcasters use the setup continuously). The two stations share studio facilities in Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minnesota), and a transmission tower (KMSP Tower) in Shoreview (Shoreview, Minnesota). WFTC is also rebroadcast on several low-power stations across Minnesota, and on one full-power station: '''KFTC
and eventually released into the wild. Thousands of people gathered at the amusement park to say goodbye to Keiko (Keiko (Orca)) , who was airlifted by UPS (United Parcel Service) to his new home at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, Oregon, United States on January 7, 1996 ending an era for the amusement park. Low power translators for Myrtle Point (Myrtle Point, Oregon), Newport (Newport, Oregon), Powers (Powers, Oregon) and Black Butte Ranch (Black Butte Ranch, Oregon) have been discontinued. The Tracy Aviary is an example of bird park within a public urban park, Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tracy Aviary History retrieved on December 7, 2008. Some public aquaria (public aquarium), such as the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Newport, Oregon, or the Monterey Bay Aquarium, have aquatic aviaries. Birds, Oregon Coast Aquarium's official website, retrieved on February 3, 2007. Sandy Shores, Monterey Bay Aquarium's official website, retrieved on February 3, 2007. '''Sam Adams''' (born September 3, 1963) is an American politician and the current mayor of Portland, Oregon. He grew up in Newport, Oregon, attended the University of Oregon and worked on a number of campaigns before taking office as a Portland commissioner. Among them was Vera Katz's run for mayor of Portland. After she won, he served as her chief of staff for eleven years and then went back to school, earning a degree in Political Science. ) is a small bay partially within Newport (Newport, Oregon), Oregon, United States, located where the Yaquina River flows into the Pacific Ocean. It is traversed by the Yaquina Bay Bridge. The bay's area is about 8 km² (3.2 mi²).
on shows hosted by an all-volunteer staff of air shifters. It also airs programming from national sources including Pacific. *WRFU-LP is a low power (LPFM) community radio station owned and operated by Radio Free Urbana. radiofreeurbana.org The station was built by hundreds of volunteers from the region and around the country in November 2005 at the ninth Prometheus Radio Project barnraising. WRFU broadcasts music, news, public
; , United States Department of Commerce, September 2004. * '''C''' (former '''IV'''): 250 W to 1 kW (also grandfathered (grandfather clause) 100 W) * '''TIS''' '''HAR''': travelers' information stations up to 10 W transmitter output power, licensed by NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Administration) (not FCC) in U.S. national parks (National Park Service) * '''Unlicensed broadcasting''' (see low-power broadcasting): 100 mW DC input to final amplifier
WNAX-FM The Wolf 104.1 Country Saga Communications Yankton Vermillion Yankton - 106.3 FM KVHT Classic Hits 106.3 Classic Hits Cullhane Communications, Inc. Yankton Vermillion Vermillion - Several low-power non-commercial FM stations are licensed to Yankton. There are no commercial television stations based in Yankton. Stations from Sioux Falls (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) and Sioux City (Sioux City, Iowa) serve Yankton.
with the section line, Ash, Beech, Cedar, and Dakota. In 1929 the first addition to Batesland was surveyed and platted. This was laid out by William Weaver, and called Weavers’ Addition to Batesland. The addition joined the original town site on the east. * KTFC (KTFC (FM)), 103.3, Religious radio (Christian radio) station ("Midwest Bible Radio") * WNAX (WNAX-FM), 104.1, country; broadcasts from Yankton, South Dakota; low-power translator K283AG broadcasts at 104.5 FM
Thornhill , Ontario. During the congregation’s move, there was controversy surrounding the sale of the church building to a buyer who secretly represented a Hare Krishna (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) group. Despite the church’s desire that the building not be sold to the group, it has since become one of the most popular Hare Krishna places of worship in Ontario. '''CFU758''' is a low-power broadcaster (low-power broadcasting), using the on-air brand '''90.7 RAV FM
of ultra-low-power and low-cost wireless connectivity solutions for a wide range of applications (ANT (ANT (network))). '''EME Tec Sat SAS''' (EME) is the distributor of Garmin's consumer products in France; following the acquisition, EME will change its name to '''Garmin France SAS'''. '''Digital Cyclone Inc''' (DCI), located in Chanhassen, Minnesota, provides mobile weather solutions for consumers, pilots, and outdoor enthusiasts. Garmin also bought Nautamatic Marine Systems, ref>
; affiliations NBC '''KVOA''' is a full-service NBC-affiliated television station serving Tucson, Arizona. It broadcasts in digital (ATSC) on UHF (Ultra high frequency) channel 23 from its transmitter on Mount Bigelow, northeast of Tucson. Per FCC regulations, the station identifies itself on television tuners as channel 4 through PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol). KVOA has a low-power digital translator in Casas Adobes, Arizona Casas Adobes
In wrestling, he won a state championship as a senior (Twelfth grade). 1960s Attack Squadron 147 was commissioned as the Navy's First A-7E Corsair II squadron on February 1, 1967 in Lemoore, California. The squadron received its first A-7A on 28 June 1967, and in December 1967, the squadron flew its first combat missions, striking targets in North Vietnam from USS ''Ranger'' (USS Ranger (CVA-61)). This was the first