Marshall, Minnesota

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professional acting

, Minnesota , attending Kennedy Elementary School. After attending Robbinsdale Cooper High School, Gustavus Adolphus College, and the Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at American Repertory Theater at Harvard University, his first professional acting role was in ''Biloxi Blues'', a Minnesota production at the Old Log Theater; but his first big break came in 1994, when he was noticed by Ben Stiller, who cast him in his picture, ''Reality Bites''. DATE OF BIRTH November 13, 1967 PLACE OF BIRTH Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States DATE OF DEATH '''Gregory William Olson''' (born September 6, 1960 in Marshall, Minnesota) is a former Major League Baseball catcher who played with the Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves from 1989 to 1993. Olson was selected to the National League All-Star team in 1990 and appeared in the 1991 World Series with the Braves. In 1992, Olson was having a career year until a collision with Ken Caminiti of the Houston Astros broke his right leg. Olson played one more year for Atlanta before being released in the off season to make room for rising prospect Javy López. Olson signed with the New York Mets for the 1994 season but was released following spring training, leading to his retirement. 200px thumb right ShopKo's "Vision 2000" logo used from December 1991 to May 2007. Shopko still uses this logo on some locations. (Image:Shopko.PNG) * December 1991: ShopKo introduces its "Vision 2000" prototype store, designed by Chip Chustz and James Smekal, and plans to remodel most of their stores to the Vision 2000 style. The new style incorporates a new red, white, and blue logo utilizing a variant of the Crillee font, http: new.myfonts.com fonts letraset crillee-italic extra-bold-italic- replaces orange with gray as a base color, and uses red and navy blue as accent colors. The "Vision 2000" prototypes opened in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Duluth, Minnesota, Dixon, Illinois, Loveland, Colorado, Longmont, Colorado, and Lacey, Washington, as well as relocated stores in Marshall, Minnesota, and Mitchell, South Dakota. http: findarticles.com p articles mi_m3092 is_n23_v30 ai_11666267 ?tag content;col1 http: news.google.com newspapers?id Zm0WAAAAIBAJ&sjid _xIEAAAAIBAJ&pg 4449,4562004&dq shopko+vision+2000+store * September 1996: A merger is announced with Phar-Mor of Youngstown, Ohio. Route description MN 23 directly serves Pipestone (Pipestone, Minnesota), Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota), Granite Falls (Granite Falls, Minnesota), Willmar (Willmar, Minnesota), Paynesville (Paynesville, Minnesota), Cold Spring (Cold Spring, Minnesota), St. Cloud (St. Cloud, Minnesota), Hinckley (Hinckley, Minnesota), Sandstone (Sandstone, Minnesota), and Duluth (Duluth, Minnesota). The source of the Redwood River is in Aetna Township (Aetna Township, Minnesota) in northeastern Pipestone County (Pipestone County, Minnesota), approximately four miles (6 km) west of Ruthton (Ruthton, Minnesota), on the Coteau des Prairies, a morainic (moraine) plateau dividing the Mississippi and Missouri River watersheds. It flows initially eastwardly as an intermittent stream, through Ruthton and into northwestern Murray County (Murray County, Minnesota), then northwardly into Lyon County (Lyon County, Minnesota), where it turns northeastward and flows through Russell (Russell, Minnesota), Lynd (Lynd, Minnesota), and Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota). Between Russell and Marshall, the river flows off the Coteau in a wooded valley, dropping 300 feet (90 m) in 15 miles (24 km); Camden State Park is located along this stretch of the river. * Sheppard Air Force Base Wichita Falls, Texas, 12 June 2004: During late evening the surface temperature abruptly increased from approximately '''William Lee Gullickson''' (born February 20, 1959 in Marshall, Minnesota) is a former major league baseball pitcher who played for six different major-league teams, in Canada, the U.S. (United States of America) and Japan, during an 18-year professional career, of which 14 seasons were spent in MLB. - Southwest Minnesota State University Mustangs Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota) Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference - '''Sogen Con''' is an anime convention which found its origins in Marshall, Minnesota in the United States in late May 2005. After two years hosted by the Mustang Anime Otaku, Sogen Con has come under the control of Otaku Incorporated, a non-profit group. thumb right Campus Welcome sign. (Image:MinnesotaWestCollegeSign2007.JPG) '''Minnesota West Community and Technical College''' is a community (community college) and technical college with five campuses in southwestern Minnesota, United States: Canby (Canby, Minnesota), Granite Falls (Granite Falls, Minnesota), Jackson (Jackson, Minnesota), Pipestone (Pipestone, Minnesota) and Worthington (Worthington, Minnesota) and four learning centers in Fairmont (Fairmont, Minnesota), Luverne (Luverne, Minnesota), Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota) and Redwood Falls (Redwood Falls, Minnesota). Students have the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree, Diploma, or Certificate in more than 60 disciplines.


professional career

in southwestern Minnesota near Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota). It is used for picnics, camping, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. '''William Lee Gullickson''' (born February 20, 1959 in Marshall, Minnesota) is a former major league baseball pitcher who played for six different major-league teams, in Canada, the U.S. (United States of America) and Japan, during an 18-year professional career, of which 14 seasons were spent in MLB


feature roles

, founder of the Schwan Food Company. *Steve Zahn, film and stage comedian and actor, was born in Marshall in 1967. *Isiah Whitlock Jr., an actor whose resume includes feature roles in the cable TV show The Wire and the comedy film Cedar Rapids, studied theater at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall. *Former Republican Minority Leader of the Minnesota State House of Representatives, Marty Seifert, is a Marshall resident and a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University. References '''William Lee Gullickson''' (born February 20, 1959 in Marshall, Minnesota) is a former major league baseball pitcher who played for six different major-league teams, in Canada, the U.S. (United States of America) and Japan, during an 18-year professional career, of which 14 seasons were spent in MLB. - Southwest Minnesota State University Mustangs Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota) Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference - '''Sogen Con''' is an anime convention which found its origins in Marshall, Minnesota in the United States in late May 2005. After two years hosted by the Mustang Anime Otaku, Sogen Con has come under the control of Otaku Incorporated, a non-profit group. thumb right Campus Welcome sign. (Image:MinnesotaWestCollegeSign2007.JPG) '''Minnesota West Community and Technical College''' is a community (community college) and technical college with five campuses in southwestern Minnesota, United States: Canby (Canby, Minnesota), Granite Falls (Granite Falls, Minnesota), Jackson (Jackson, Minnesota), Pipestone (Pipestone, Minnesota) and Worthington (Worthington, Minnesota) and four learning centers in Fairmont (Fairmont, Minnesota), Luverne (Luverne, Minnesota), Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota) and Redwood Falls (Redwood Falls, Minnesota). Students have the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree, Diploma, or Certificate in more than 60 disciplines.


training leading

year until a collision with Ken Caminiti of the Houston Astros broke his right leg. Olson played one more year for Atlanta before being released in the off season to make room for rising prospect Javy López. Olson signed with the New York Mets for the 1994 season but was released following spring training, leading to his retirement. Image:Shopko.PNG 200px thumb right ShopKo's "Vision 2000" logo used from December 1991 to May 2007. Shopko still uses this logo on some


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locations. * December 1991: ShopKo introduces its "Vision 2000" prototype store, designed by Chip Chustz and James Smekal, and plans to remodel most of their stores to the Vision 2000 style. The new style incorporates a new red, white, and blue logo utilizing a variant of the Crillee font, http: new.myfonts.com fonts letraset crillee-italic extra-bold-italic- replaces orange with gray as a base color, and uses red and navy blue as accent colors. The "


business education

, and the College of Business, Education, and Professional Studies. SMSU is accredited (school accreditation) by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Southwest Minnesota State University was named the #1 public college in its category nine times by ''U.S. News and World Report''. Measures of Teacher Quality in Minnesota, Retrieved January 4, 2007 Each student attending Southwest Minnesota State University


comedy film

, founder of the Schwan Food Company. *Steve Zahn, film and stage comedian and actor, was born in Marshall in 1967. *Isiah Whitlock Jr., an actor whose resume includes feature roles in the cable TV show The Wire and the comedy film Cedar Rapids, studied theater at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall. *Former Republican Minority Leader of the Minnesota State House of Representatives, Marty Seifert, is a Marshall resident and a graduate of Southwest


works education

and city attorney. The major divisions of city hall are City Administration, Community Services, Economic Development, General Services, Public Safety, and Public Works. Education Public schools (Public school (government funded)) in district 413 include Marshall Senior High School (Marshall Senior High School (Marshall, MN)), Marshall Middle School, Parkside Elementary, and West Side Elementary. An additional service for grades 7–12 is Marshall East Campus Learning Alternatives


year liberal

. The athletic teams in Marshall are called the Tigers. Private schools include Holy Redeemer, Marshall Area Christian (M.A.C.S.), and Samuel Lutheran School. The Marshall-Lyon County Library is part of the Plum Creek Library System and contains 75,803 books, 3,142 audio materials, 2,302 video materials, and 205 periodical subscriptions. Southwest Minnesota State University is a public, four year liberal arts and professional studies institution. It has an enrollment of approximately 3,500 full-time students. Notable people *The prominent Holocaust and genocide studies scholar, Eric Markusen, worked as a professor of Sociology and Social Work at Southwest Minnesota State University. *Ruth Anderson, oldest living person in Minnesota until she died in late 2011. She was born in 1899. '''William Lee Gullickson''' (born February 20, 1959 in Marshall, Minnesota) is a former major league baseball pitcher who played for six different major-league teams, in Canada, the U.S. (United States of America) and Japan, during an 18-year professional career, of which 14 seasons were spent in MLB. - Southwest Minnesota State University Mustangs Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota) Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference - '''Sogen Con''' is an anime convention which found its origins in Marshall, Minnesota in the United States in late May 2005. After two years hosted by the Mustang Anime Otaku, Sogen Con has come under the control of Otaku Incorporated, a non-profit group. thumb right Campus Welcome sign. (Image:MinnesotaWestCollegeSign2007.JPG) '''Minnesota West Community and Technical College''' is a community (community college) and technical college with five campuses in southwestern Minnesota, United States: Canby (Canby, Minnesota), Granite Falls (Granite Falls, Minnesota), Jackson (Jackson, Minnesota), Pipestone (Pipestone, Minnesota) and Worthington (Worthington, Minnesota) and four learning centers in Fairmont (Fairmont, Minnesota), Luverne (Luverne, Minnesota), Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota) and Redwood Falls (Redwood Falls, Minnesota). Students have the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree, Diploma, or Certificate in more than 60 disciplines.


arts education

, Thief River Falls, Willmar, Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota), and Alexandria (Alexandria, Minnesota). birth_date birth_place Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States origin Tillmann was born in Marshall (Marshall, Minnesota), Minnesota on February 6, 1978. In 1987, his family moved to Owatonna (Owatonna, Minnesota), Minnesota. He graduated from the Perpich Center for Arts Education in Golden

Marshall, Minnesota

'''Marshall''' is a city in Lyon County (Lyon County, Minnesota), Minnesota, United States. The population was 13,680 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). Marshall is the headquarters of the Schwan Food Company and the home of Southwest Minnesota State University. Marshall is also the site of Exelon Wind's Marshall Wind Project. http: www.exeloncorp.com PowerPlants exelonwind-minnesota Pages profile.aspx

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