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Steinbach, Manitoba

is an easy listening station, Mix 96.7 FM (CILT-FM) plays current and classic hits, and CJXR-FM is a country station. Sports and recreation Hockey Steinbach's T.G. Smith Centre is home to the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's Steinbach Pistons. The Steinbach Huskies senior hockey club has been a fixture in the local hockey scene since the 1920s and currently plays in the Carillon Senior Hockey League. The Steinbach Huskies#Junior Huskies Junior Huskies

OF DEATH - CHSM 1250 AM Steinbach (Steinbach, Manitoba) Golden West Broadcasting easy listening - - CILT-FM 00 96.7 FM Steinbach (Steinbach, Manitoba) Golden West Broadcasting classic hits - *Minnesota State Highway 313 between Warroad and the Manitoba border *Manitoba Highway 12, going through Sprague (Sprague, Manitoba) and Steinbach, Manitoba Steinbach

;br Winnipeg, Manitoba branding Mix 96 '''CILT-FM''' (96.7 FM (FM broadcasting), "Mix 96") is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary classic hits format, similar to CKNO-FM in Edmonton. Licensed to Steinbach, Manitoba, it serves southeastern Manitoba, even to Winnipeg. It first began broadcasting in 1998 (1998 in radio) with an adult contemporary format as Lite 96.7.


Ashburton, New Zealand

focused AshburtonOnline website. Radio Port FM is based in Timaru; Newstalk ZB and Classic Hits ZEFM (Classic Hits) are re-broadcast from other out-of-town stations. There is a small airport, Ashburton Aerodrome, serving the town. Education


Watertown, South Dakota

Watertown Watertown - 92.9 FM KSDR-FM KS93 Country Three Eagles Communications Watertown Watertown - 96.1 FM KIXX Kicks 96 Hot AC Three Eagles Communications Watertown Watertown - 96.9 FM KDLO-FM Big Country 96.9 Country Three Eagles Communications Watertown Watertown - 99.1 FM KXLG Classic Hits News Talk Dakota Communications Watertown Milbank - 104.3 FM KKSD Hippie Radio Classic Hits Three Eagles Communications


Portage la Prairie

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Gore, New Zealand

'''Clinton''' is a small town in South Otago, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 (State Highway 1 (New Zealand)) approximately half way between Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand) and Gore (Gore, New Zealand) (the section of State Highway 1 between Clinton and Gore is known as "The Presidential Highway", after Bill Clinton and Al Gore), and the Main South Line railway passes through the town. Description Clutha-Southland was promulgated as one of the original 65 MMP electorates, centered on Southland (Southland District) district and covering an area stretching from Fiordland across the far south of the South Island to the south Otago coast. Its largest population centres are Gore (Gore, New Zealand) and Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand). In 2008 (New Zealand general election, 2008), the seat of Otago (Otago (New Zealand electorate)) was abolished and split between the Waitaki and Clutha-Southland electorates, and parts of Central Otago, primarily around Arrowtown, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) and Roxburgh were also transferred to Clutha-Southland. Following a question at the Gore, New Zealand talk page (Talk:Gore, New Zealand), I've been helping to track down which church in East Gore is one of the two remaining wooden gothic churches designed by Robert Lawson (Robert Lawson (architect)). Now that we have confirmed that it is the old East Gore Presbyterian Church, I was wondering if there was a Kiwipedian anywhere near Gore with some ability with a camera who could take a photograph of it for the Gore, New Zealand and Robert Lawson articles? Blarneytherinosaur (User:Blarneytherinosaur) 07:58, 31 March 2006 (UTC).


Goderich, Ontario

Goderich&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 01&B1 All&Custom title Goderich community profile publisher Statistics Canada work 2006 Census data (Canada 2006 Census) accessdate 2011-02-01 Media * CIYN-FM-1 (CIYN-FM) 99.7 "myFM" - classic hits * CHWC-FM 104.9 "The Beach" - local news and adult contemporary * CKNX-FM 101.7 "The One" - local, regional and national news and adult contemporary music * CIBU-FM 94.5 91.7 "

;00 99.7 FM Goderich (Goderich, Ontario) My Broadcasting Corporation classic hits - - CHWC-FM 0 104.9 FM Goderich (Goderich, Ontario) Bayshore Broadcasting adult contemporary - In 1824, Galt was appointed Secretary to the Canada Company, a charter company established to aid in the colonization of the Huron Tract in Upper Canada. While in Canada, Galt lived


Yankton, South Dakota

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.

in Sioux City, but both frequencies are audible in Sioux City. Previously oldies classic hits KCLH; was top 40 KQHU "Q104" in 1990. * KSUX, 105.7, "The SuperPig, K-Sioux 105.7"; has played country music since the signal went on-air in the fall of 1990. ; AM stations * WNAX, 570, talk radio and farm news from Yankton, South Dakota; with a signal covering much of the upper Midwest * KMNS, 620, sports talk radio; was previously "62 Country" - Yankton (SD) (Yankton, South Dakota) 1861 Capital of the Territory of Dakota (east of Continental Divide 1861–1863.) - - Yankton (SD) (Yankton, South Dakota) 1861 rowspan 2 Capitals of the Territory of Dakota. - - Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota) 1861 rowspan 2 Capitals of the Territory of Dakota. - - Yankton (SD) (Yankton, South Dakota) 1864 Capital of the Territory of Dakota. - Armstrong later moved to Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota), then a small Native American (Native Americans in the United States) village, in Dakota Territory, when Minnesota Territory was admitted as a State. He was a member of the first Territorial House of Representatives in 1861, and was reelected in 1862 and 1863, serving as speaker in 1863. He became editor of the ''Dakota Union'' newspaper in 1864, was appointed clerk of the territorial Supreme Court in 1865, and was elected to the territorial council in 1866 and in 1867, chosen as president. capital Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota) (1861–1883) Bismarck (Bismarck, North Dakota) (1883–1889) government_type Organized incorporated territory thumb Dakota Territory, circa 1886 (Image:1886rail-usgenweb-mapproject.jpg) The territorial capital was Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota) from 1861 until 1883, when it was moved to Bismarck (Bismarck, North Dakota). The Dakota Territory was divided into the states of North Dakota and South Dakota on November 2, 1889. The admission of two states, as opposed to one, was done for a number of reasons. The two population centers in the territory were in the northeast and southeast corners of the territory, several hundred miles away from each other. On a national level, there was pressure from the Republican Party (United States Republican Party) to admit two states to add to their political power in the Senate. A century later, with the populations of the two states at low levels, there were discussions of reuniting them as "Dakota", but this has never been seriously considered. Burleigh returned to South Dakota in 1893, resumed the practice of law, and served in the State Senate. He died in Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota), Yankton County, South Dakota, and is buried in the Yankton Cemetery. Burleigh County, North Dakota is named for him. Following the war Raymond settled in Mississippi. He published the ''Mississippi Pilot'' newspaper at Jackson, Mississippi during Reconstruction (Reconstruction era of the United States). He was assistant State treasurer of Mississippi, and was appointed United States marshal of Dakota Territory in 1877, with headquarters at Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota) and later at Fargo (Fargo, North Dakota). In 1865 Spink was appointed as secretary of the Dakota Territory and moved to Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota). He served as secretary until 1869. He was elected as a Republican (United States Republican Party) to be Dakota's non-voting delegate to the U.S. Congress, and served from March 4, 1869 until March 3, 1871. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1870, and returned to Yankton to practice law. He ran again, and was again unsuccessful in 1876. He died in Yankton, and is interred in the City Cemetery there. - YKN KYKN Chan Gurney Municipal Airport Yankton, South Dakota, United States - publisher Tim Johnson Senate website archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20061216114849 http: johnson.senate.gov about.html archivedate 2006-12-16 city Yankton, South Dakota area Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota)-Vermillion (Vermillion, South Dakota) frequency 94.3 MHz (Megahertz)


High River

. historicplaces.ca Media * CHRB (CHRB (AM)) AM 1140, community radio * CFXO-FM 99.7, country music * CKUV-FM 100.9, classic hits * High River Times Notable people *Joe Clark, former Canadian Prime Minister *John "Pie" McKenzie (John McKenzie (ice hockey)), former professional hockey player *W.O. Mitchell (W. O. Mitchell), author *George Canyon, country music singer Film and television High River was used as a set


Vermillion, South Dakota

'''Ratingen''' is a town in the district of Mettmann (Mettmann (district)), in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in the northwestern part of Berg (Berg (German region)) - about 12 km northeast of Düsseldorf. It is twinned with Cramlington, England, with Gagarin (Gagarin, Russia), Russia and Vermillion, South Dakota in the United States.


Weyburn

exchange carrier ILEC , SaskTel. On July 1, 2009, Access became Saskatchewan's largest cable provider with the purchase of Persona Cable's operations in Saskatchewan. - CFSL 1190 AM Weyburn Golden West Broadcasting country (country music) - - CKRC-FM 0 103.5 FM Weyburn Golden West Broadcasting classic hits - - Call Sign TBA (106.7 FM Weyburn, Saskatchewan) span


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