Gresham, Oregon

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to Bend, Oregon for her high school years, where she attended Mountain View High School (Mountain View High School (Oregon)). In school, Bex was involved in drama, dance team, and choir. At nineteen, Bex learned more about performing with a group when she was a Portland Trail Blazers cheerleader (National Basketball Association Cheerleading). The '''Civic Drive station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), Oregon on the MAX


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Village, Oregon Wood Village , Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), and Troutdale (Troutdale, Oregon) in this fashion. 100px right (Image:I-80N.svg)100px right (Image:US 26.svg) The '''Mount Hood Freeway''' is a partially completed but never to be finished freeway alignment of U.S. Route 26 (U.S. Route 26 (Oregon)) and Interstate 80N (now Interstate 84 (Interstate 84 (Oregon))), which would have run through southeast Portland, Oregon. Related projects would have continued the route

Turn For The Judges accessdate 2009-08-24 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20020609084703 tftj.com teen USA02 TeenN_O local_c.htm archivedate June 9, 2002 She graduated in 2001, and later attended Portland State University.

, "Portland Water Bureau: From Forest to Faucet". The watershed tour bus parks in front of a Portland Water Bureau building near Reservoir 1. In 1886, the Portland Water Committee, predecessor of the Portland Water Bureau, began a search for a superior drinking-water source. The committee, led by Henry Failing, commissioned Isaac W. Smith (Isaac W. Smith (surveyor)), an engineer and surveyor, to inspect any viable water supply in the region. Smith chose the Bull Run River


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of such offenses were often fare evaders who boarded TriMet in Fareless Square, and who then traveled to other areas (such as Gresham) without paying any fare, and that more stringent fare collection would keep such "undesirables" off the trains. TriMet's general manager proposed limiting the hours of Fareless Square to 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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on the Grand Concourse * The Rockwood East 188th Avenue (Rockwood East 188th Avenue Transit Center), Gresham, Oregon light rail station on the MAX Blue Line * The electric battery-powered Lightning GT sports car, with a full charge, has a range of about * Corvallis, Oregon * Gresham, Oregon- verified 6-26-2006 by Ajbenj (User:Ajbenj) * Springfield, Oregon Orchestras The Roosevelt Orchestra program includes the Concert Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra. The orchestras perform annually at various concerts and competitions, including the annual competition in Gresham, Oregon. ::Welcome to RHS orchestra:: The group recently tied with Garfield (Garfield High School (Seattle)) in the 2011 festival.


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Rockwood E. 188th Ave. (Rockwood East 188th Avenue) Gresham is serviced by TriMet's bus system and the MAX Light Rail Blue Line (MAX Blue Line), which includes the following MAX stations: *East 162nd Avenue * East 172nd Avenue

;nbsp;km) light rail line in the MAX Light Rail system in the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon. Operated by TriMet, the line runs between Hillsboro (Hillsboro, Oregon) and Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), via downtown Portland (Portland, Oregon). The line carried an average of 65,200 riders per day (boardings) on weekdays during TriMet's Fiscal Year 2011 (July 2010–June 2011).

MAX light rail (MAX Light Rail#Early system history). The '''Cleveland Avenue station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham, Oregon. It is the eastern terminus of the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line). The '''Gresham Central Transit Center station''', also known as '''Gresham Transit Center''', is a TriMet transit center and MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), Oregon, United States. The center is a connection


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operates branch campuses around Oregon in Aloha (Aloha, Oregon), Ashland (Ashland, Oregon), Bend (Bend, Oregon), Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), and Medford (Medford, Oregon). A new $15 million library, the George R. White Library & Learning Center, with opened across from the campus green (Quadrangle (architecture)) in 2009.

http: www.cu-portland.edu documents concordia_in_a_nutshell.pdf title Concordia in a Nutshell date January 12, 2010 publisher Concordia University accessdate January 19, 2010 Other amenities on the campus include a Concordia Place Apartments, a residence hall (Dormitory). The '''MAX Blue Line''' is a 33 mile (53&


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* Corvallis, Oregon * Gresham, Oregon- verified 6-26-2006 by Ajbenj (User:Ajbenj) * Springfield, Oregon Orchestras The Roosevelt Orchestra program includes the Concert Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra. The orchestras perform annually at various concerts and competitions, including the annual competition in Gresham, Oregon. ::Welcome to RHS orchestra:: The group recently tied with Garfield (Garfield High School (Seattle)) in the 2011 festival.


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, and a five-month survey trip led him to conclude that a gravity-flow system could deliver clean water from Bull Run to Portland. Short, pp. 11–34 In 1892, U.S. President Benjamin Harrison signed a proclamation creating a protected area, the Bull Run Reserve, in the watershed. By 1895 Portland had built a diversion dam on the Bull Run River, and completed its first conduit (Conduit 1) to carry Bull Run water to the city. Taylor, pp. 20–21 At about the same time as the Smith survey, a small farming community, at first named Unavilla but renamed Bull Run (Bull Run, Oregon) in 1895, grew up near the confluence of the Bull Run and Sandy rivers. Meanwhile, improvements to the Barlow Road encouraged population growth along the lower Sandy and the establishment of cities like Gresham (Gresham, Oregon) and Sandy (Sandy, Oregon). Even so, by 1900 much of the upper Sandy basin was still remote, wild, and accessible mainly by trails. Early life Bex was born in Gresham, Oregon, and has an older brother. She started dancing at the age of six and began training in ballet. A year later, she danced in ''The Nutcracker'' under James Canfield for the Oregon Ballet Theatre. It was not until the age of twelve that Bex started to train in other styles of dance like lyrical, modern, and jazz. Her family moved to Bend, Oregon for her high school years, where she attended Mountain View High School (Mountain View High School (Oregon)). In school, Bex was involved in drama, dance team, and choir. At nineteen, Bex learned more about performing with a group when she was a Portland Trail Blazers cheerleader (National Basketball Association Cheerleading). The '''Civic Drive station''' is a MAX (MAX Light Rail) light rail station in Gresham (Gresham, Oregon), Oregon on the Blue Line (MAX Blue Line). The station opened on December 1, 2010. * Corvallis, Oregon * Gresham, Oregon- verified 6-26-2006 by Ajbenj (User:Ajbenj) * Springfield, Oregon Orchestras The Roosevelt Orchestra program includes the Concert Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra. The orchestras perform annually at various concerts and competitions, including the annual competition in Gresham, Oregon. ::Welcome to RHS orchestra:: The group recently tied with Garfield (Garfield High School (Seattle)) in the 2011 festival.


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, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) to train with the mixed martial arts team AMC Pankration. Prior to the show, he had trained with Gresham, Oregon-based Team Quest. He has competed in several UFC events since the show and is the only person to have fought in the first six Ultimate Fight Night events, during which he earned a string of victories; a split decision win over TUF finalist Patrick Côté (Patrick Côté (fighter)), an armbar submission against Edwin Dewees, a first


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, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) to train with the mixed martial arts team AMC Pankration. Prior to the show, he had trained with Gresham, Oregon-based Team Quest. He has competed in several UFC events since the show and is the only person to have fought in the first six Ultimate Fight Night events, during which he earned a string of victories; a split decision win over TUF finalist Patrick Côté (Patrick Côté (fighter)), an armbar submission against Edwin Dewees, a first

Gresham, Oregon

'''Gresham''' is a city located in Multnomah County (Multnomah County, Oregon), Oregon, United States immediately east of Portland (Portland, Oregon). It was named after the American Civil War general, and Postmaster General (United States Postmaster General), Walter Quinton Gresham. The population was 105,594 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), making Gresham the fourth largest city in Oregon.

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