Swift Current

;!-- the position of the pushpin label: left, right, top, bottom, none -- pushpin_map_caption Location of Swift Current in Saskatchewan pushpin_mapsize coordinates_region CA-SK subdivision_type Country subdivision_name subdivision_type2 subdivision_name2 subdivision_type3 subdivision_name3 subdivision_type4 subdivision_name4

government_footnotes government_type leader_title Mayor leader_name Jerrod Schafer leader_title1 Governing body leader_name1 Swift Current City Council leader_title2 MP (Members of the Canadian House of Commons) leader_name2 David L. Anderson (David Anderson (Saskatchewan politician)) (CON (Conservative Party of Canada)) - Cypress Hills—Grasslands leader_title3 Legislative


South St. Paul, Minnesota

tragedy. On March 31, 1923, St. Augustine Church burned to the ground. Doing their best to replicate structures of the old church wherever possible, builders were able to construct the current church structure for a Christmas Day 1924 opening. St. Augustine Church is a traditional based faith system. http: www.staugustine-holytrinity.org The parish still hosts The Argument of the Month. ref name "The Argument of the Month

with 109 students in grades one through four. The Sisters of St. Casimir, a Chicago-based Order, formed the school's first teaching staff. By 1958, the school contained grades one through eight. Fr. Whittet finished the final phase of the parish building plan when construction was completed on the current rectory and parish offices in 1960. The original makeshift church building of two army barracks was razed and the worship space was moved to the lower level of the school building (its

current location). In 1974, a preschool and kindergarten program were added to the school. From that time until 1989, the school was staffed by the School Sisters of Notre Dame. The fall of 1992 saw the establishment of a full day kindergarten program as well as an extended day program. During the 1996-1997 school year, the St. John Vianney Little Learners Preschool became fully accredited with the kindergarten through sixth grade program. In May 2000, SJV expanded its facilities with the addition


Gelemso

named him ''Usso''. When Aw Seid built his mosque in the southern part of the current site of Gelemso town, the Oromo started to call it ''galma Usso''. Here, as elders say, ''galma'' stands to notify the spiritual significance of the newly built structure, (even though galma originally refers to the worshiping house of the traditional Oromo religion, the Oromos used to call the worshiping house of any faith by this name) and ''Usso'' denotes the owner of the house (in this case ''Aw Seid

be sound to conclude the ancient ''Galma Usso'' gave rise to the current ''Gelemso'', the name of the town. Basic statistics Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency (Central Statistical Agency (Ethiopia)), the result of the third Ethiopian census (undertaken in May 2007) shows that Gelemso has total population of 16,484, of which 9,003 are male and 7,481 are female. .

in which the tomb of ''Sheikh Omar'' (the founder of ''Hadra'') is found. *''Aw-Seid Shrine'' which is traditionally identified with the ancient ''Galma Usso'', of which the name ''Gelemso'' was derived. There is no surviving remnant of the 13th-century mosque by now. The current shrine dates only from the late 19th century. *''Aw-Sherif Hill'' :- where, according to oral history, the Muslim saint ''Aw-Sherif'' had lived some 300


Espanola, Ontario

Espanola Haliburton Broadcasting Group adult hits - '''Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands''' is a municipality with "town" status in Manitoulin District in Northeastern (Northeastern Ontario) Ontario, Canada, approximately south of Espanola (Espanola, Ontario). Its main town is Little Current, located on the northeast side of Manitoulin Island. However, its territory also includes most of the small islands surrounding Manitoulin

equivalent services in Greater Sudbury, which has the status of a single-tier municipality, are provided directly from the city. The township is served primarily by media from Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Elliot Lake, Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) and Little Current (Little Current, Ontario). Northeast East Baldwin (Baldwin, Ontario) Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) Unorg. Sudbury District (Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part, Ontario) Southeast

''North Channel (North Channel (Ontario))'' Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands (Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, Ontario) Walden is otherwise served by citywide media (Media in Greater Sudbury), although its proximity to the North Shore (North Channel (Ontario)) region means that residents of Whitefish, Beaver Lake and Worthington also have access to several radio stations, including CJJM-FM in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), CFRM-FM in Little Current, Ontario Little


Pago Pago International Airport

International Airport''' , also known as '''Tafuna Airport''', is a public airport located 7 miles (11.3 km) southwest of the central business district of Pago Pago (Pago Pago, American Samoa), in the village and plains of Tafuna on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa, an unincorporated territory of the United States. History Tafuna Airfield The site and location of the current airport was originally known

! Max Type Aircraft - ! 9 27 Compact Coral 1942–1950 (converted to taxiway to runway 5 23 in 1963

Boeing 707 Honolulu Pago Pago Sydney and Auckland - 1975 1977 ! UTA French Airlines (Merged with Air France) DC-10 Noumea Pago Pago Papeete - - 1979 1983 ! Continental Airlines (merged with United Airlines) DC-10 Honolulu Pago Pago Sydney & Auckland - - 1983 Current ! Hawaiian Airlines DC-8, L-1011, DC-10, Boeing 767 Honolulu Pago Pago Papeete, Nukualofa, Auckland (no longer services these three routes from Pago Pago) - - 1980 1987 ! South


Shoreview, Minnesota

), and ten FM stations. * Telefarm Towers Shoreview are two towers nearby which reach high, respectively. WCCO (WCCO-TV) (4), KTSP (KSTP-TV) KSTC (KSTC-TV) (5 45), KARE (11), WUCW (23) and KPXM (KPXM-TV) (41) transmit from this site, along with several other FM stations. Shoreview made national headlines in September 1971 when a television tower on the site of the current Telefarm Towers collapsed during construction, killing seven

; and 5 thru-lanes in each direction from ''Rice Street'' to the I-694 I-35E interchange, compared with the current 2 to 3 lanes throughout the I-694 corridor. These plans may be altered if a new Minnesota Vikings stadium is built at the site of the nearby Twin Cities Arsenal (Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant). Broadcasting facilities WUCW still broadcasts from the St. Paul studios, located near the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, that they moved into in 1989. The station's main

transmitter is at the Telefarm installation in Shoreview, Minnesota. The broadcast signal of WUCW is also extended by way of six translators (broadcast relay station) in central and southern Minnesota. All but one broadcast in digital. All of the current MN 100 was also in the original route. Starting from the current southern terminus, Old MN 100 was Concurrency (road) concurrent


Elliot Lake

is also a prominent setting in Alistair MacLeod's award-winning novel ''No Great Mischief''. Tourist attractions 230px thumbnail right Mount Dufour ski hill (File:Mount Dufour.JPG) * The Elliot Lake fire tower lookout overlooks the city. * Mount Dufour - Ski area with 2 lifts and 7 trails, vertical and 100% snowmaking capability * Elliot Lake Nuclear and Mining Museum Canadian Mining Hall of Fame Education Current schools * Elliot Lake Secondary

Decisions 2008 db2008-105.htm CRTC Decision 2008-105 Print and web media * The ''Elliot Lake Standard'' is the city's main newspaper, owned by Osprey Media. * The ''North Shore Bulletin'' is the city's bi-weekly advertising flyer, that also prints current news events. People from Elliot Lake Mark Westby, paramedic * Rick Brebant, hockey player * Kayt Burgess, writer * Catharine Dixon, writer * Christine Girard, weightlifter * Alex Henry, hockey

The town has one community radio station, CFRM (CFRM-FM). Some radio stations from Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) can also be heard in the area, as can Elliot Lake's CKNR (CKNR-FM). The township is served primarily by media from Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Elliot Lake, Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) and Little Current (Little Current, Ontario). digital ''allocated 8 (VHF (very high frequency))'' other_chs 3 CICI-TV-1 Elliot Lake


Shaunavon, Saskatchewan

; ref The town of '''Shaunavon''' is located in southwest Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 37 (Saskatchewan Highway 37) and 13 (Saskatchewan Highway 13). It is 110 kilometres from Swift Current, 163 kilometres from the Alberta border and 74 kilometres from the Montana border. Shaunavon was established in 1913 along the Canadian Pacific Railway line. The town has several nicknames including Bone Creek Basin, Boomtown, and Oasis

wintering out. The most notable development in ranching after the rebellion was the founding of a ranching empire by Sir John Lister-Kaye. In January 1887, this English entrepreneur purchased 100,000 acres of land equally distributed among ten sites along Canadian pacific west of Moose Jaw. Five of the sites—Rush Lake, Swift Current, Gull Lake, Crane Lake, and Kincorth—were in southwest Saskatchewan.

; By 1885, a census identified 48 French-Métis around the Swift Current area. However, most Métis were of nomadic nature, and an exact number is hard to determine. Métis population was also enriched by the presence of people from Europeans in the areas of Swift Current and Maple Creek: according to the same 1885 census, there were a total of 93 and 123 Europeans in those areas, respectively.


Moose Jaw

* Mike Blaisdell, former National Hockey League player Legends of Hockey: Mike Blaisdell Retrieved on 6 March 2009 * Ray Boughen, former mayor, current Member of Parliament (Canadian House of Commons) for the riding of Palliser (Palliser (Saskatchewan electoral district)) Canadian Parliament:

) *Racist and other organized criminal organizations in Moose Jaw External links

estimates: Table 2 Quarterly demographic estimates publisher Statistics Canada date June 22, 2011 accessdate June 22, 2011 Residents primarily live in the southern half of the province. Of the total population, 257,300 live in the province's largest city, Saskatoon, while 210,000 live in the provincial capital, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan). Other major cities include Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current and North


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