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Macomb, Illinois

Tennessee and Colchester (Colchester, Illinois) to end temporarily west of Macomb (Macomb, Illinois). The segment from Macomb to Peoria, through the former coal region of Fulton County has been proposed, but not built. Miller was born and raised in Macomb, Illinois and attended Macomb Public Schools and Western Illinois University, where he was later a star player and coach for the Leathernecks football team. He began his coaching career at high schools in Astoria, Illinois Astoria

Mitchell, South Dakota

, South Dakota Davison - 112. Sioux Falls (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) - Mitchell (Mitchell, South Dakota) - Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota) - Pierre (Pierre, South Dakota) '''KSFY-TV''' '''KABY-TV''' '''KPRY-TV''' Early career Morrison's father John is a basketball coach, and the family moved with his coaching career: Casper College in Northwest Casper, Wyoming (Casper, Wyoming), Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell

Summerside, Prince Edward Island

teacher in St. James-Assiniboia School Division 2, Winnipeg, Manitoba, and began his hockey coaching career. It later became evident that he in fact never graduated from university at all, until after he completed courses for his B.A. while serving a prison sentence. http: sports hockey greg-gilhoolys-victim-impact-statement article2372300 DATE OF BIRTH February 7, 1952 PLACE OF BIRTH Summerside


, the situational investigation carried out by the Prosecutor General's Office determined that no officials were to blame for the deaths, so he could testify without fear of legal ramifications for himself. Dzasokhov Testifies in Beslan Case, Kommerskant, Russian Daily Online, January 13, 2006 - 060 059 '''Vladikavkaz''' Владикавказ Republic of North Ossetia–Alania 315,608 311,635 1.26 Coaching career In 1984, after taking

Winona, Minnesota

Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006. Coaching career Krause's coaching career included a five-year stint as head coach in all sports at Saint Mary's College in Winona, Minnesota, now Saint Mary's University of Minnesota; an assistant football coach at the College of the Holy Cross and the University of Notre Dame for ten years; and head basketball coach at the University of Notre Dame in 1943 and again from 1946 to 1951, when he compiled a record of 98–48 (.671). http: about.html As acting head football coach at Notre Dame, filling in for an ailing Frank Leahy, Krause was 3–0. Crump resigned his position in 1868 and married Phebe A. Tucker of Craigsville, New York, and then went to Winona, Minnesota, to work with the Laird, Norton & Co., planing mill and lumberyard. In 1869, he undertook to start a lumber business in Plainwell, Michigan, building his first home there and achieving moderate success. Due to poor health, he again returned to Pittsford in December 1875. In 1876, he formed a partnership with D. B. Eder, with whom he operated a planing mill and lumberyard until 1879. In 1877, he was one of a company that built and operated a powder mill near Syracuse (Syracuse, New York), which blew up that same year and took most of Crump's capital with it. Crump next formed a business partnership with his uncle, James Cutting, in Simcoe, Ontario, where they operated a general lumber, stave, sash, shingle, and door factory. - Minnesota Winona (Winona, Minnesota) ''Winona Daily News'' - - Winona State University Warriors (Winona State Warriors) Winona (Winona, Minnesota) Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference - Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Cardinals Winona (Winona, Minnesota) Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - of farm land while serving as Lieutenant Governor. Dahl established Dahl's Cash Store in Jessie in 1925. The business was sold in 1948, and the family moved to Cooperstown. For a time during the late 1930s, he served as both Director and Secretary of the Jessie Farmers Elevator. # Iulus Ascanius (User:Iulus Ascanius) - I like to clean, organize, and add basic info to articles on small cities and towns # Hurrmic (User:Hurrmic) (talk (User talk:Hurrmic)) residing in Southeast Minnesota, specifically Winona (Winona, Minnesota), Winona County (but a native of Minneapolis, Minnesota) #Jace (User:Jacebenson) (talk (User talk:Jacebenson)) - Lives in north Minneapolis. I can help out. When the museum was restructured in the winter of 2004 and 2005, the Minnesota Streetcar Museum assumed ownership of and responsibility for operation of the two streetcar lines. The Museum of Lake Minnetonka was created to operate a restored TCRT steamboat, the ''Minnehaha'', which was built by TCRT in 1906, one of seven boats built in a design similar to the company's home-built streetcars. The Minnesota Streetcar Museum now has five operable streetcars, three from TCRT's fleet and two from the Duluth Street Railway Company. As of 2009, a streetcar from Winona, Minnesota is currently under restoration while a Fargo (North Dakota)-Moorhead Birney streetcar and a Mesaba Railway interurban car await restoration.

Melfort, Saskatchewan

southeast of Melfort (Melfort, Saskatchewan). Since 1981, Pederson 1984, page 3. Archerwill has been the administrative centre of the Rural Municipality of Barrier Valley (Barrier Valley No. 397, Saskatchewan). In 1996, The Newmarket 87's (Newmarket Hurricanes) were OPJHL champions. They went to the Dudley Hewitt Cup in Cobourg, Ontario to compete for the Central Canadian Championship. Also attending from the OPJHL were the Cobourg Cougars as hosts and the Brampton Capitals as OPJHL finalists. Cobourg lost to the Thunder Bay Flyers 5-3, defeated the Rayside-Balfour Sabrecats 5-3, before losing to both Newmarket and Brampton. Newmarket defeated Rayside-Balfour 4-3, Cobourg 3-1, lost to Brampton, and then Thunder Bay 3-2. The Capitals were undefeated in the round robin, defeating Thunder Bay 5-2, Rayside-Balfour 10-6, Newmarket 6-3, and Cobourg 9-3. All three OPJHL teams made the tournament's semi-finals. In the first semi-final, Brampton defeated Cobourg 5-2, while Newmarket beat Thunder Bay 6-3. This results in a rematch of the OPJHL final in the Dudley Hewitt Cup final. The Newmarket 87's crushed Brampton 8-2. Next, Newmarket flew out to Melfort, Saskatchewan to compete in the Royal Bank Cup 1996. In their first game they defeated the BCHL's Vernon Vipers 7-5, then the SJHL's Yorkton Terriers 5-2. It all went downhill from there as the 87's then lost to the host Melfort Mustangs 11-3, the MJAHL's Moncton Beavers 4-3, and were defeated in the semi-final by Vernon 7-4. This ended the OPJHL's first odyssey in the Royal Bank Cup. Their best season was the 1995-96 season, after the Colts expanded into the Ontario Hockey League. The 87's finished in third place, won the Buckland Cup as league champions, and then took the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian Junior "A" Champions. At the inaugural Royal Bank Cup in 1996 (Royal Bank Cup 1996) at Melfort, Saskatchewan, the 87's finished off in the round robin in second place with a 2-2 record. They defeated the BCHL's (British Columbia Hockey League) Vernon Vipers 7-5 in their first game. They then took out the SJHL's (Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League) Yorkton Terriers 5-2. Everything was looking great, but the 87's soon fell apart. In the third game, the 87's were up against the only other undefeated team—the host, the SJHL's Melfort Mustangs. The Mustangs deflated the high-flying 87's with an 11-3 blow-out. Melfort finished perfect in the round robin, but the 87's were embarrassed again by the MJAHL's (Maritime Junior A Hockey League) Moncton Beavers, 4-3. The embarrassment was not due to the score, but due to the Beavers standing as the only winless team left in the round robin until this point. The Moncton victory still left them eliminated from the tournament. Also, due to a tie breaker the 87's were still in second place. They ended up playing the Vipers again in the semi-final and lost by an uninspired score of 7-4. The Vipers knocked off the undefeated Mustangs 2-0 in the final.

Winter Haven, Florida

Tim Crews and seriously injuring Bob Ojeda. Kinston's annual award for Pitcher of the Year was named in his honor. Coaching career Harper served as a coach (coach (baseball)) for the Red Sox (1980–84; 2000–02) and the Montreal Expos (Washington Nationals) (1990–99). As of the start of the season, he remained with Boston as a player development consultant. Ironically, Harper had successfully sued the Red Sox for firing him in 1985 for complaining in the media about

Aberdeen, South Dakota

on board die. Early career Barry was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota. After starring in basketball, baseball and football (American football) while a high school student in Madison, Wisconsin, he continued his success at Lawrence College (Lawrence University), later completing his degree at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He returned to Madison High School to begin his coaching career, and then proceeded to become athletic director at Knox College (Knox College (Illinois)) in Illinois from 1918 to 1922, where he also served as coach of football, basketball, baseball and track (Track and field). Jones was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota and raised in Minot, North Dakota, where he graduated from Minot High School. -

Hazleton, Pennsylvania

and East New York. On Long Island the gang is growing, it is particularly large in Roosevelt, New York and to a lesser extent in Hempstead, New York (Hempstead (village), New York). They have also branched to cities as far as Paterson (Paterson, New Jersey), Trenton (Trenton, New Jersey), Newark (Newark, New Jersey), Asbury Park (Asbury Park, New Jersey), Neptune (Neptune Township, New Jersey) and Camden (Camden, New Jersey) in New Jersey, Hazleton (Hazleton, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), and Baltimore, Maryland, and other cities along I-95 (Interstate 95). '''WYLN-LP''' is a Class-A television station in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, broadcasting locally as an America One affiliate on channel 35. It went on the air in 1989 as '''W35AT''', and changed to the current WYLN-LP in 1996. It became the first affiliate of The WB in the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Hazleton market that year, later losing the affiliation to WSWB-TV in 1997. After that it became an America One affiliate. It is owned by '''Triple J Community Broadcasting, L.L.C.''' In 1998, Turkey Hill opened its 249th store in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. This store was the first of many stores to open with Food Service. Food Service offers fresh hoagies, sandwiches, pizza, and many other hot foods. Many new stores are built with food service and car washes. Beginning in 1999, new larger stores were opened with more of an emphasis on selling gasoline. About 200 of the 240 stores in Central Pennsylvania have gas pumps. Minit Market Company History * July 12, 1888 – '''Wreck at the Fat Nancy''', Virginia, United States: Nine are killed and twenty-six are injured when a train trestle gives way. One of the victims was a civil engineer who had designed a replacement for the trestle, since it was known to be unsafe. One of the passengers in the train was Confederate (Confederate States of America) Lieutenant General James Longstreet. * October 10, 1888 – '''Mud Run Disaster''', Pennsylvania, United States: Following a mass meeting held by the Total Abstinence Union (Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America) in the Pennsylvania mountains at Hazleton (Hazleton, Pennsylvania) in which eight special temperance trains are operated from Wilkes-Barre (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), by the Lehigh Valley Railroad carrying some 5,000 conventioneers, the consists are directed to keep a ten-minute interval between them upon return. At about 8 p.m., the sixth train with 500 on board stops near Mud Run along the banks of the Lehigh River and shortly thereafter the following section plows into it, telescoping the last car of the stopped train halfway through the coach ahead, killing 66 of the 200 in these two wooden cars outright. More than 50 are injured. Newspaper accounts suggest that temperance pledges were forgotten by some of the victims after they returned to the train. thumb right The Borki train crash, 1888 (File:Russian imperial train crush1888.jpg) thumb 250px left AmeriGas, Ypsilanti, MI (Image:AmeriGas_Ypsilanti.JPG) Under the UGI Utilities, Inc., UGI serves 544,000 natural gas and 60,000 electricity customers in eastern and central Pennsylvania, including customers of UGI Penn Natural Gas (formerly PG Energy) and UGI Central Penn Gas (formerly PPL Gas Utilities). UGI Utilities operates in the urban areas in and around Harrisburg (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Lancaster (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), Reading (Reading, Pennsylvania), Allentown (Allentown, Pennsylvania), Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania), Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania), Hazleton (Hazleton, Pennsylvania), Wilkes Barre (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), Lock Haven (Lock Haven, Pennsylvania), Pottsville (Pottsville, Pennsylvania), Stroudsburg (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania), Lewistown (Lewistown, Pennsylvania), Huntingdon (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania), Shippensburg (Shippensburg, Pennsylvania), Lewisburg (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania), Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania) and Williamsport (Williamsport, Pennsylvania).

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