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Sierra Vista, Arizona

2009-06-29 Notable residents * Don Frye, mixed martial arts fighter, UFC 8 and Ultimate Ultimate 2 (Ultimate Ultimate 1996) champion * Nicole Powell, basketball player in the WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) team New York Liberty * Glenn Spencer, activist opposed to illegal immigration and operator of American Border Patrol Government The City of Sierra Vista is a council-manager municipality. The city council sets public

Service . Renzi claimed he introduced the measure to prevent the closing of the Fort and to promote its enlargement. Neither the fort nor the river is located in Renzi’s Congressional district. '''Nicole Kristen Powell''' (born June 22, 1982 in Sierra Vista, Arizona) is a basketball player who was a standout at Stanford University and now plays for the New York Liberty in the WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association). She has also excelled on the Fenerbahçe Women's Basketball


Mitchell, South Dakota

was a professional basketball club that competed in the International Basketball Association in the 2000-01 season. Media AM Radio class "wikitable" !align "center" colspan "6" '''AM radio stations''' - !Frequency!!Call sign!!Name!!Format!!Owner!!City - 1490 AM KORN (KORN (AM)) Dakota Country News Talk Riverfront Broadcasting LLC Mitchell FM Radio class "wikitable" !align "center" colspan "7" '''FM radio stations''' - !Frequency!!Call sign!!Name!!Format!!Owner!!Target city market (media market)!!City of license - 90.9 FM K215AI (South Dakota Public Broadcasting) South Dakota Public Broadcasting NPR (National Public Radio) SD Board of Directors for Educational Telecommunications Mitchell Mitchell - 91.9 FM K220HB (K-Love) K-Love Contemporary Christian (Contemporary Christian music) Educational Media Foundation Mitchell Mitchell - 93.3 FM KJRV Big Jim 93.3 Classic Rock (Classic rock) Dakota Communications Huron Mitchell Wessington Springs - 98.3 FM KUQL Kool 98.3 Oldies Saga Communications of South Dakota, LLC Mitchell Wessington Springs - 105.9 FM KMIT (KMIT (FM)) Hot Country 105.9 Country Saga Communications of South Dakota, LLC Mitchell Mitchell - 107.3 FM KQRN KQRN Adult hits Riverfront Broadcasting LLC Mitchell Mitchell Notable natives thumb The clock at Rotary Park, across the street from the Corn Palace (File:Clock at Rotary Park.jpg) , whether born, raised, or residing. · The fact of their association should have a reliable source cited. · Alphabetical by last name please · All others will be removed without further explanation -- * Ordell Braase, former NFL player and broadcaster * Israel Greene, adjutant of the Confederate Marine Corps * John Bailey Jones, retired United States federal judge * Michael (Mike) Lloyd Miller (Mike Miller (basketball player)) was born and raised in Mitchell and is an American professional basketball player, was 2000-01 NBA Rookie of the Year, 2005–06 NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award winner, a two-time NBA champion with the Miami Heat, and is currently a member of the NBA (National Basketball Association)'s Cleveland Cavaliers. * George McGovern, former Representative (United States House of Representatives) and Senator (United States Senate) from South Dakota and 1972 (U.S. presidential election, 1972) Democratic (Democratic Party (United States)) nominee for President (President of the United States), grew up in Mitchell, and lived there until his death in 2012. * Adam Morrison, current basketball player for the Charlotte Bobcats, briefly lived in Mitchell as a young child while his father was coaching at Dakota Wesleyan. * Gary Owens, voice actor and Disc Jockey * Howard Rushmore, journalist and investigative reporter * Johnny Schulz 5 time World Amateur Ringside Masters Boxing Champion,2013 National Platinum Gloves Champion (Masters), 2013 NYABC New York Amateur Boxing Championships Champion, Schulz grew up in Mitchell, now living in South Florida. http: thaboxingvoice.com results-for-ring-kings-nyabc-amateur-championship-card 20626 References


Sacramento metropolitan area

Valley The only major professional sports team based in the Greater Sacramento area are the Sacramento Kings, who play at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. Prior to 2009, the Sacramento Monarchs of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) were also based at the Sleep Train Arena (then known as ARCO Arena), and were one of the most successful WNBA teams until the team folded.

hosted in California and the only one not held in Los Angeles, where the 1932 (1932 Summer Olympics) and 1984 Summer Olympics were hosted and was the only Winter Olympics held west of the Mississippi River until the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. class "wikitable" - !Team!!Sport!!League!!Venue - Sacramento Kings Basketball National Basketball Association Sleep Train Arena ; National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA


Socialist Republic of Slovenia

, SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) draft_round 1 '''Beno Udrih''' (born July 5, 1982 in Celje, SR Slovenia (Socialist Republic of Slovenia), SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)) is a Slovenian professional basketball player for the NBA (National Basketball Association)'s Milwaukee Bucks. He was traded to the Bucks on June 23, 2011 after spending four seasons in Sacramento.

in Ljubljana, SR Slovenia (Socialist Republic of Slovenia), SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)) is a Slovenian professional basketball player, formerly of the NBA (National Basketball Association)'s Toronto Raptors. DATE OF BIRTH May 14, 1983 PLACE OF BIRTH Ljubljana, SR Slovenia (Socialist Republic of Slovenia), SFR Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) DATE OF DEATH birth_date


Gresham, Oregon

* 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.


Washington metropolitan area

– Fredericksburg (Fredericksburg, Virginia), Spotsylvania County (Spotsylvania County, Virginia) and Stafford County (Stafford County, Virginia) Bicycle sharing systems *Capital Bikeshare - Washington, D.C., Arlington, Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia, and Montgomery County, Maryland Culture Sports teams Listing of the professional sports teams in the Washington metropolitan area: * National Basketball Association (NBA

) ** Washington Wizards * Major League Baseball (MLB) ** Washington Nationals * National Football League (NFL) ** Washington Redskins * National Hockey League (NHL) ** Washington Capitals * Major League Soccer (MLS) ** D.C. United * Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) ** Washington Mystics * Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB) ** Southern Maryland Blue Crabs Media The Washington


Kuusamo

by Axel Teichmann (GER), with the 2nd and 3rd skiers to finish being Vassili Rotchev (Vasily Vasilyevich Rochev) (RUS) and René Sommerfeldt (GER), respectively. (FIS-Ski Results) *NBA (National Basketball Association): **The All Blacks (New Zealand) destroy France (France national rugby union team) 45–6 at Stade de France. (BBC) *Cross-country skiing: In the weekend's World Cup (Cross-country skiing World Cup medalists#2004 05) event in Ruka-Kuusamo (Kuusamo), Finland, the Men's 15 km free technique race is won by Vincent Vittoz (FRA), with the 2nd and 3rd skiers to finish being Axel Teichmann (GER) and Giorgio Di Centa (ITA), respectively. (FIS-Ski Results) *NBA (National Basketball Association): LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers, at the age of 19 years and 333 days, becomes the youngest person to reach 2,000 points in NBA history. He breaks Kobe Bryant's record, who was 20 years, 183 days old when he had his 2,000th point. The Cavaliers defeated the Chicago Bulls, 96–74. (ESPN) *Cricket: England (English cricket team) arrive in Harare, Zimbabwe for their controversial One Day International series against the Zimbabwean cricket team. (Cricinfo) *Cross-country skiing: Starting off the 2005 World Cup season (Cross-country skiing World Cup medalists#2004 05 3)'s third weekend of competitions, in Ruka-Kuusamo (Kuusamo), Finland, the Ladies' 10 km free technique distance race is won by Kateřina Neumannová (CZE), with runners-up for 2nd and 3rd place being Kristina Šmigun (EST) and Natalia Baranova-Masolkina (RUS). (FIS-Ski Results) *NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) football (American football): The Nebraska Cornhuskers (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) finish with a losing record for the first time since 1961, and without a chance to play in a bowl game for the first time since 1968, after a 26–20 loss to the Colorado Buffaloes (University of Colorado at Boulder). (AP) Biography Mullova was born in Zhukovsky (Zhukovsky, Moscow Oblast), near Moscow, in Soviet Russia (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic). WikiPedia:Kuusamo Commons:Category:Kuusamo


San Diego–Tijuana

Stadium - Club Tijuana Association football Liga MX Estadio Caliente - San Diego Surf Basketball American Basketball Association (American Basketball Association (2000–present)) HourGlass Arena at Miramar College (San Diego Miramar College) - Tijuana Dragons Basketball American Basketball Association (American Basketball Association (21st century)) Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez Moreno - Tijuana Zonkeys Basketball Pacific


Dongguan

basketball clubs in China. The Guangdong Southern Tigers was the first professional basketball club in China, having won eight Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) championships in the past 10 years. Dongguan Yulan Theater is one of China’s newest multipurpose performing arts venues. With its multi-layered exterior suggestive of an unfolding lotus petal, it has become a landmark in Dongguan city. The new cultural hub houses two theatres presenting a full schedule of performances, including

Winnerway (Hongyuan)''' is a basketball team owned by the Guangdong Winnerway (Hongyuan) Group. The team is one of the best-performing teams in the Chinese Basketball Association, or CBA. The Tigers have won seven '''CBA titles (champions of the finals)''', behind only the Bayi Rockets' eight titles. The Tigers are the only team to have qualified for the CBA playoffs in all the seasons since the league launched in 1995. The team plays its home games in Dongguan, Guangdong

''' are a basketball team in the South Division of the Chinese Basketball Association, who take their name from Dongguan, Guangdong and play home games at Dalang (Dalang, China) (大朗). The Games were co-hosted by Dongguan, Foshan and Shanwei, the three neighbouring cities. A total of 53 venues were used to host the events including 11 constructed for use at the Games. The design concept of the official logo of these Asian Games was based on the legend about the Guangzhou


Uxbridge, Ontario

that provided specialized transit services to residents of Whitby, Ontario, Oshawa, Ontario, Scugog, Ontario, Uxbridge, Ontario, and Clarington, Ontario until December 31, 2005. birth_date '''Jim Zoet''' (born December 20, 1953 in Uxbridge, Ontario) is a former National Basketball Association player. publisher The Globe and Mail accessdate 2007


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