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Springfield, Oregon

with the help of the rock band the Grateful Dead, who over time held a series of 10 benefit concerts on behalf of the creamery. In 1939, Rosborough decided to move his operations to the far northwest. He relocated to Springfield, Oregon, taking with him any loyal employees who wished to make the trip. The move effectively ended the small town of Rosboro, with almost the entire population moving within one years time, either following Thomas Rosborough west, or moving to other locations in search of work. For a time, however, the town did have another mill, which was opened there that same year by the Ozan Lumber Company. That mill operated, though on a much smaller scale than Rosborough's, until 1956. Thomas Rosborough's company, called "Rosboro", flourished. Today, still based in Springfield, Oregon, it is one of the few fully integrated forest products operators in the United States, and now has one of the largest private timberland holdings in the Pacific Northwest. Joyce worked for radio station KJHK FM while at the University of Kansas. His first job on-air was at KTKA TV in Topeka, Kansas. In 1995, Joyce moved to Eugene, Oregon where he worked for KVAL-TV. In 2000, Joyce began working for KMTR TV in neighboring Springfield (Springfield, Oregon). He co-hosted the morning show for the NBC affiliate which became the number one morning show in the Eugene Springfield area. He worked as a meteorologist for KOIN in Portland, Oregon from 2004 to 2010. Joyce's official biography on KOIN website Joyce has also freelanced for Oregon's gay and lesbian newspaper ''Just Out'' as both a writer and a photographer. '''The Emerald Express (EmX)''' is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in the Eugene (Eugene, Oregon)-Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) metropolitan area in Oregon, United States. It is provided by the Lane Transit District (LTD) which is the public transit authority in Lane County, Oregon. 200px thumb Former Emporium in Ontario, Oregon (Image:Emporium.JPG). right In 1972, Troutman's Emporium acquired two Alexander's store in Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) and Florence, Oregon. Dallas Troutman previously worked there over 20 years before at Alexander's working stock and sweeping floors. The next 13 years were years of major expansion and by 1985, Troutman's Emporium was 13 store chain. In 1986, Troutman's Emporium acquired six Quisenberry stores in Oregon and Idaho. For the next two years Troutman's Emporium opened 5 stores including a store in Chico, California. In 1988, Emporium acquired a J.C. Penney store in Nampa, Idaho at the Karcher Mall. In 1999, Troutman's Emporium was in merger talks with Lamonts but it fell through Lamonts Terminates Takeover Talks with Troutman's . In 2000, Ron Schiff was hired as the new president and CEO of Troutman's Emporium. Ron Schiff added six new stores in fall 2000 including stores in Aberdeen, Washington, Brookings, Oregon, The Dalles, Oregon, Elko, Nevada Winnemucca, Nevada and Cottage Grove, Oregon.


Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

to adopting the rock format, WSUE had country and adult-contemporary music formats. WSUE is owned and operated by Sovereign Communications, who acquired the station along with AM sister station WSOO in 2003. '''WSOO''' (1230 AM (AM broadcasting)) is a radio station in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. The station airs a gold-based Soft Adult Contemporary format during daytime hours, featuring music from the 1960s through the 2000s, and features talk programming (talk radio) at night. When the rest of the state highway system was first designated, with 237 campsites, hiking trails, a large picnic area, playground, beautiful swimming beach and a picnic shelter that can be rented. Electric and water systems were added in 1947. Brimley State Park is located west of Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan) on the shores of Whitefish Bay, one mile (1.6 km) east of Brimley on 6 Mile Road.


Hamilton, New Zealand

On 11 July 2006, Te Atairangi Kaahu suffered a possible heart attack and was admitted to intensive care in Waikato Hospital, Hamilton (w:Hamilton, New Zealand). She was discharged from hospital later in the month, in time to celebrate her 75th birthday. She died at her home in Ngaruawahia (w:Ngaruawahia). Earlier last week New Zealand Post announced that it would temporarily stop delivering mail to three streets in Hamilton (w:Hamilton, New Zealand) due to gang violence. The three streets includes 120 houses on Tennyson Road, Dryden Road, and Emerson Place, all the streets are located in Fairfield (w:Fairfield, Hamilton). Fiona Mayo, spokeswoman for New Zealand Post, said that if they had allowed posties to continue with services then they wouldn't be acting responsibly as an employer. The two-day postal delivery suspension placed on three streets in Hamilton (w:Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand (w:New Zealand) has been lifted by New Zealand Post (w:New Zealand Post) and the posties are back to work delivering mail.


Ljubljana

Instruktori album) Best of Live '', which featured recordings from their concerts in Belgrade, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Timişoara, Skopje, and Niš. It features two previously unrecorded songs: a song in Slovenian (Slovenian language), "Slovenačka reč" ("A Word in Slovenian"), recorded live, featuring music from the band's old song "Idem (Kao da ne idem, a idem)" and lyrics written by Slovenian journalist Sonja Javorik, and a song in Macedonian (Macedonian language), "Pesna protiv maleri" ("A Song against Bad Luck"), recorded in studio for the theatre play ''Kutrite mali hrčki'' (''Poor Little Hamsters'') by Skopje Drama Theatre. In 2003, Bajagić, with the members of the band Apsolutno Romantično, recorded the soundtrack for Dušan Kovačević's film ''The Professional (The Professional (film))'', released on the album ''Profesionalac: Muzika iz filma'' (''The Professional: Music from the Film''). During the same year, the band released the compilation album ''Ruža vetrova Beograda'' (''Belgrade Wind Rose''), which, after the idea of Peca Popović, featured the band's songs inspired by the city of Belgrade. The compilation included two new songs, "Novosti" ("The News") and "Ruža vetrova", as well as a remix of the latter. The album was promoted on a concert in the building of Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra on December 27, 2003. * Rutherford Creek in British Columbia, Canada ''flow diversion'' * Tacen Whitewater Course near Ljubljana, Slovenia ''flow diversion'' * Teesside White Water Course in Stockton-on-Tees, England ''tidal'' Early years Tereza was born in Konavle near Dubrovnik where she got her early music education. She won a federal young Musicians Competition in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Afterwards, she graduated from the flute program at the Zagreb Music Academy and as a student began appearing in amateur music events. In 1962, shortly after the start of her professional career, she won her first international contest at Saint-Vincent (Saint-Vincent, Aosta Valley), Italy. After this success Tereza had a tour in USSR and she recorded there one EP with Italian songs for the biggest Russian music company – Melodija. She passed 1963 and 1964 touring USSR, Poland, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Norway and Sweden. She also had a lot of TV appearances in these countries. In 1965 everything changed. Tereza moved to France. #The '''Upper Carniolan dialect group''' (''gorenjska narečna skupina''), spoken in most of Upper Carniola and in Ljubljana. Among other features, this group is characterized by monophthongal stressed vowels, an acute semivowel, pitch accent, standard circumflex shift, and two accentual retractions with some exceptions. It features narrowing of ''o'' and ''e'' in preaccentual position, akanye (reduction of ''o'' to ''a'') in postaccentual position, and strong syncope. There is a partial development of ''g'' to γ , preservation of bilabial ''w'', and general hardening of soft ''l'' and ''n''. Toporišič, Jože. 1992. ''Enciklopedija slovenskega jezika''. Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, p. 52. #The '''Lower Carniolan dialect group''' (''dolenjska narečna skupina''), spoken in most of Lower Carniola and in the eastern half of Inner Carniola. Among other features, this group is characterized by pitch accent, extensive dipththongization (''ei, ie, uo''), an ''a''-colored semivowel, shift of ''o'' ''u'', and partial akanye. Toporišič, Jože. 1992. ''Enciklopedija slovenskega jezika''. Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, p. 25. He died in Ljubljana and is buried in the Navje cemetery. - 3. 26 March 2005 Bežigrad Stadium, Ljubljana, Slovenia commons:Ljubljana


Mauritius

" Craig Davenport has his own 3 hour Music program on Tuesday "Mr CD's Variety Vault" from 1000 'til 1300. Jo Corsino present's her "70's & '80's Show", featuring Music from the 1970s and '80's on Tuesdays between 4pm and 6pm '''Russ Boon''' and '''Max Hunter''', veteran Brass Musicians, present a weekly 3 hour programme '''"World of Bands"''', dedicated to Brass Bands, Concert Service Bands and Swing Bands, Modern Jazz Ensembles, plus smaller Brass Groups and Soloists, on Wednesday Mornings from 09:00 and 12:00, plus overnight repeat (Thursday from just after midnight until 5.30am) More information on the World of Bands Website at www.worldofbands.wetpaint.com. Henry Grosseck runs a talk show where he interviews guests about life and education issues. Veteran Broadcaster and Program Director Leigh Drew presents his weekly talk show "Life Style" on Fridays from 11am until 1pm, featuring News and Interviews on current affairs, and Show Business, this is followed by the Casey Football show, during the winter months. Matthew Scanlan plays all the hits you know and some you don't with popular segments Useless Fact of The Week and The Track That Time Forgot every Sunday from 09:00 on his program Sunday Morning Live. Another popular programme is the Fishing Show, and has been on the CASEY RADIO 97.7fm airwaves for over ten years.This goes to air on Friday Mornings from 7am until 9am plus Saturday Mornings from 5am until 8am. Ely Kelsch brings the hottest and latest Latin music (Latin American music) from the Latin Billboard (Billboard charts) charts. Casey Radio 97.7fm has a religious program run by the Berwick (Berwick, Victoria) Anglican Church. Weekends usually consist of sports commentary from AFL (Australian rules football) and VFL football, District Cricket, Basketball, Netball and Soccer. There are two youth programmes run by Hyacinth Godfrey and Berwick Lodge Primary School during the week. Every Friday from 16:30 'til 18:30 The Station's youngest DJ Bryce Eishold aged 15 present's his program "Fantastic Fridays" from 5pm until 7pm on Fridays. Casey Radio was a wide selection of Music from the best of the 50s to the best of NOW. Turn in to 97.7FM Casey Radio for non-stop great hits, guests, and great shows. Full show guide is available @ www.caseyradio.com.au programmeguide.html The company has over 14500 employees with offices in North America and London, and 19 delivery centers spread across Bangalore, Mysore, Mumbai, Nagercoil, Chennai, Durgapur (Durgapur, West Bengal), Siliguri (Siliguri, West Bengal) and Hyderabad (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh) in India; Commons:Category:Mauritius WikiPedia:Mauritius Dmoz:Regional Africa Mauritius


Portland, Oregon

League notes *The Edmonton Oil Kings (Edmonton Oil Kings (WCHL)) relocated to Portland, Oregon to become the Portland Winter Hawks, the first United States based team in the WCHL. *The Winnipeg Clubs became the Winnipeg Monarchs. File:Arnold Mindell in Denver.jpg thumb Deep Democracy is our sense that the world is here to help us to become our entire selves, and that we are here to help the world to become whole. '''Arnold Mindell (w:Arnold Mindell)''' (born 1940), married to Amy Mindell, is an American physicist (w:physicist), psychotherapist (w:psychotherapist), writer and the founder of Process Oriented Psychology (w:Process Oriented Psychology). He lives in Portland (w:Portland, Oregon), Oregon (w:Oregon). His children, Lara Mindell and Robin Mindell, live in Switzerland (w:Switzerland) and both work as psychotherapists. Arnold Mindell has written 20 books that have been published in 20 languages. * You talk about an island in the Darwinian sense. Here's a major American city stuck at the end of a series of river valleys, cut off from the rest of country. It is a Eastern European immigrant city — working class, blue collar — that has reinvented itself over the last 10-20 years with this craftsman approach to life that reminds me of cities like Austin (w:Austin), Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) and Portland, Maine (w:Portland, Maine). I hate to be one of those people who's like 'Pittsburgh is the next big thing,' but I get around more than most people and I'm telling you, Pittsburgh is like the next big thing. The geography lends itself, it's incredibly lush farmland, and inexpensive city with incredible history. They're renovating 100 year old railroad terminals into city markets. They had chefs who left the city because there was no scene and went to LA (w:Los Angeles), they have the talent to be anywhere in America, and they have come back and can afford to open their own places and do what they want. It's very, very exciting. As a student of these things, there's just enough Fortune 500 (w:Fortune 500), sports teams, to feed that group. The art community and food community are kind of leading but there's money following them … why not get a beautiful house on the river? I saw places that are just breathtaking. It's also got the Appalachians (w:Appalachians) running through, so it's got stunning geography. The food scene is cool. Lots of good stuff going on. There are these old bars in these old 'hoods … It's like today's special is goulash (w:goulash), tomorrow's is stuffed cabbage (w:stuffed cabbage), huge portions. There's like three grandmas and a grandpa making this from scratch, the best stuffed cabbage I've ever had and I grew up on that. ** Andrew Zimmern (w:Andrew Zimmern) June, 2013 St. Helens 8 Mar 2005 From Portland.jpg thumb Steam eruption. Photo credit: Daniel Liu Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) – A cloud of white steam and ash rose as high as 36,000 feet from Mount St. Helens (w:Mount St. Helens) in the U.S. (w:Unites States) state of Washington (w:Washington) at 5:27 p.m. PST today. The eruption was visible from the Portland (w:Portland, Oregon) metropolitan area in the neighbouring state of Oregon (w:Oregon), causing traffic slowdowns as commuters slowed to watch the spectacle. News helicopters have shown photos of lava emerging inside the crater. Although the eruption was mostly over by 6:07 p.m. PST, an ashfall advisory until 9:00 p.m. PST has been announced for communities around the mountain. thumb Steam eruption. Photo credit: Daniel Liu (Image:Mount St. Helens 8 Mar 2005 From Portland.jpg) Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) – A cloud of white steam and ash rose as high as 36,000 feet from Mount St. Helens (w:Mount St. Helens) in the U.S. (w:Unites States) state of Washington (w:Washington) at 5:27 p.m. PST today. The eruption was visible from the Portland (w:Portland, Oregon) metropolitan area in the neighbouring state of Oregon (w:Oregon), causing traffic slowdowns as commuters slowed to watch the spectacle. News helicopters have shown photos of lava emerging inside the crater. Although the eruption was mostly over by 6:07 p.m. PST, an ashfall advisory until 9:00 p.m. PST has been announced for communities around the mountain. The Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon) and Medford, Oregon (w:Medford, Oregon) airports were among the hardest-hit by cutbacks, with Portland seeing a 30% decline in security screeners. Microsoft (w:Microsoft), along with MetroFi (w:MetroFi), are set to construct a community wide Wi-Fi (w:Wi-Fi) network in Portland, Oregon (w:Portland, Oregon). Craig Mathias (w:Craig Mathias), founder of Farpoint Group (w:Farpoint Group), believes that one day Wi-Fi will offer a viable alternative to Cable (w:Cable Internet) and DSL (w:DSL). thumb Mayor Sam Adams (File:Sam Adams Portland.jpg) After an investigation by the Portland (w:Portland, Oregon), Oregon weekly newspaper ''Willamette Week'' (w:Willamette Week), mayor Sam Adams (w:Sam Adams (Oregon politician)) admitted he did have a sexual relationship with Beau Breedlove in 2005. The openly gay mayor said Breedlove was 18 years of age when the sexual relationship began, however the two met when Breedlove was still a minor. Adams also admitted he previously lied about the relationship and asked Breedlove to also lie about the relationship during the time Adams was running for mayor. The Oregon Attorney General (w:Oregon Attorney General)'s office is investigating the matter.


Dallas

''' is a compilation DVD by Judas Priest released in 2003. Featuring Music Videos, BBC performances & a concert filmed in Dallas, Texas during the 1986 'Fuel for Life' Tour: '''El Chico''' is a restaurant chain in the Southern United States. The first restaurant was opened in 1940 in Oak Lawn, in Dallas, Texas and now, they have 78 locations. Official website The restaurant serves


Phoenix, Arizona

"This is America; this isn’t supposed to happen here. This is the legacy we have been left with — unfortunately it is oftentimes not true," said Anti-Defamation League representative Bill Strauss. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (w:Arizona Department of Public Safety), 254 incidents were reported in 2003 involving hate crimes, though Strauss said that the actual number of incidents could be higher due to underreporting.


Taiwan

), Taiwan (3 version), Singapore Malaysia (2 version) and China (2 version) versions. Also karaoke DVD and VCD versions of '''Trainee Cupid''', featuring music videos of the songs listed below with few extra bonus videos, was released in August 2005. Print adaptations On 25 July 2008, MF Bunko J released a light novel adaptation of ''Narcissu'' and ''Narcissu -side 2nd- (Narcissu: Side 2nd)'', which was written by Tomo Kataoka himself and illustrated by GotoP.


Vietnam

, abandonment and death. Singles included "Give Him a Great Big Kiss", "Out in the Streets", "Give Us Your Blessings", the top ten hit "I Can Never Go Home Anymore", "Long Live Our Love" (a rare example of a song dedicated to the men at the time fighting overseas in Vietnam), "He Cried" and the spoken-word "Past, Present and Future", featuring music from Beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven)'s Piano Sonata No. 14 (Beethoven) "


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