cultural centers in the state and hosts the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra. Other popular musical attractions, such as the Dakota Country Family Music Show and the Mountain Music Show, both near Custer (Custer, South Dakota). Motongator Joe's Country Music Festival is held at the Prairie Village located in Madison South Dakota and is a pure country music festival that has been attracting big crowds to camp and enjoy many of Nashville's country music stars. The Black Hills Bluegrass Festival is held every year in June and is operated by the Rapid City Arts Council, while the town of Deadwood (Deadwood, South Dakota) hosts the WestFest gathering every year as well. Byron, pgs. 182 - 184 US 14 *ALT US 14 (U.S. Route 14 Alternate (Sturgis, South Dakota)) – Spearfish, South Dakota to Sturgis, South Dakota *ALT US 14 (U.S. Route 14 Alternate (Cody, Wyoming)) – Cody, Wyoming to Burgess Junction, Wyoming Star was born in Germany (German Confederation) to Jewish parents. When he was ten years of age, his family moved to Ohio. When he grew older he moved to Helena, Montana, where he served as territorial auditor and personal secretary to the governor. He partnered with Seth Bullock in a hardware store, and in August 1876, the partners, attracted to Deadwood by the promise of a great deal of business stemming from the gold rush, purchased a lot there from Sam Schwartzwald and Henry Beaman, and opened the Office of Star and Bullock, Auctioneers and Commission Merchants. They eventually also partnered in livestock ranching as the S&B Ranch Company, and with Harris Franklin in the Deadwood Flouring Mill, in 1880, where Star was general manager. The duo expanded their business interests to the towns of Spearfish (Spearfish, South Dakota), Sturgis (Sturgis, South Dakota), and Custer (Custer, South Dakota). Bullock and Star purchased a ranch where Redwater Creek met the Belle Fourche River and dubbed it the S&B Ranch Company. Bullock is also credited with introducing alfalfa farming to South Dakota in 1881. Later he became a deputy U.S. Marshal, partnered with Star and Harris Franklin in the Deadwood Flouring Mill, and invested in mining, the local growth industry. Bullock and Star eventually expanded their business interests to the towns of Spearfish (Spearfish, South Dakota), Sturgis (Sturgis, South Dakota), and Custer (Custer, South Dakota). thumb 200px Monument in Deadwood, SD off I-85 (Image:Monument Henry Weston Smith- Reverand.jpg) In 1914 the Society of Black Hills Pioneers erected a monument on the road between Deadwood and Spearfish, South Dakota, in the approximate area where Smith’s body had been found. In 1994, Highway 85 north of Deadwood, along with the Preacher Smith Monument, was relocated by construction of a four-lane road. A copper time capsule that had been buried in 1914 was opened, providing some period artifacts, such as newspapers; after examination, they, along with additional contemporary items, were returned to the capsule and reburied under the new monument, three miles south of Deadwood on the rebuilt Highway 85. The new monument was rededicated on August 20, 1995, on the 119th anniversary of Smith's murder. The highlight of the ceremony was a reading by local resident, historian, and lawyer Reed Richards of the sermon Preacher Smith had planned to deliver at Crook City that fateful day, 119 years delayed. Among the U.S. states, Hawaii has both the lowest state maximum of
, such as the Dakota Country Family Music Show and the Mountain Music Show, both near Custer (Custer, South Dakota). Motongator Joe's Country Music Festival is held at the Prairie Village located in Madison South Dakota and is a pure country music festival that has been attracting big crowds to camp and enjoy many of Nashville's country music stars. The Black Hills Bluegrass Festival is held every year in June and is operated by the Rapid City Arts Council, while the town of Deadwood (Deadwood, South Dakota) hosts the WestFest gathering every year as well. Byron, pgs. 182 - 184 *''ALT US 16 (U.S. Route 16 Alternate)'' – Wall, South Dakota to Kadoka, South Dakota *''ALT US 16 (U.S. Route 16 Alternate)'' – Custer, South Dakota to Keystone, South Dakota *''BUS US 16 (U.S. Route 16 Business (Rapid City, South Dakota))'' – Rapid City, South Dakota Real life Several small tourist attractions and or camper parks have been built in honor of Bedrock. The most famous and oldest is Bedrock City in Custer, South Dakota which opened in 1966 and is still around. There is also a Bedrock City in Valle, Arizona which opened in 1972. Two Canadian Bedrock Cities, both in British Columbia, were closed and or demolished in the late 1990s. One in Kelowna, British Columbia was closed in 1998, demolished and changed into the Landmark (Landmark Cinemas (Canada)) Grand 10 multiplex theatre & a strip mall. The second one located in Chilliwack, British Columbia was closed in 1994 and was changed into a dinosaur theme park called "Dinotown" '''Black Hills National Forest''' is located in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming. The forest has an area of over 1.25 million acres (5,066 km²) and is managed by the Forest Service (United States Forest Service). Forest headquarters are located in Custer, South Dakota. There are local ranger (National Park Ranger) district offices in Custer, Rapid City (Rapid City, South Dakota), and Spearfish (Spearfish, South Dakota) in South Dakota, and in Sundance, Wyoming. USFS Ranger Districts by State Another concern was the failure of the justice systems in border towns to prosecute white attacks against Lakota men who went to the towns for their numerous saloons and bars. Alcohol was prohibited on the reservation. Local police seldom prosecuted crimes against the Lakota, or charged assailants at lesser levels. Recent murders in border towns heightened concerns on the reservation. An example was the early 1973 murder of 20-year-old Wesley Bad Heart Bull in a bar in Buffalo Gap, which the tribe believed was because of race. AIM led supporters to a meeting at the Custer, South Dakota courthouse, where they expected to discuss civil rights issues and wanted charges against the suspect raised to murder from second-degree manslaughter. They were met by riot police, who allowed only five people to enter the courthouse, despite blizzard conditions outside. Reinhardt notes that the confrontation became violent, during which protesters burned down the chamber of commerce building, damaged the courthouse and destroyed two police cars, and vandalized other buildings.
from the OHL for the remainder of his junior eligibility for the sucker-punch to Ottawa player Mark Mancari. frequency 560 kHz (AM (AM radio)) city Owen Sound, Ontario format talk (Talk radio) oldies '''CFOS''' is an AM (AM radio) radio station broadcasting from downtown Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. They play oldies, classic adult contemporary music, and news (plus an adult standards nostalgic music show, "Remember
. Tyumen offers a great variety of cuisine in its numerous restaurants and bars. There are some annual events taking place in the town such as the Student Spring Music show and Day of The City Show. Literature and film Tyumen has not been the setting for too many works of literature however there were some poets and writers in the town history. A writer closely associated with the city is the children's writer Vladislav Krapivin. A famous Russian writer Mikhail M. Prishvin spent his youth
Muscat , Oman) is a DJ on BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio 1, Vic presents a self-titled show on Radio Scotland (formerly known as Air) every Monday from 8:05pm-10pm and does the BBC Introducing Scotland Radio 1 programme Wednesday evenings Thursday mornings from 12:00-2:00am. He presents BBC Scotland's T in the Park television coverage every summer and has also presented the station's The Music Show. *Modena and Reggio (Duchy of Modena and Reggio): Modena and Reggio (Duchy of Reggio) *Muscat and Oman: Muscat (Muscat, Oman) and Oman *Oubangui-Chari: Ubangi and Shari (Shari River) - October 24, 2003 '''André Pereira dos Reis''' was a Portuguese (Portugal) captain, pilot, and cartographer. A native of Goa, he was engaged in the wars against the Arabs, serving in the fleets of fortress of Portuguese India. In 1647, he was knighted (knight). He was blamed for the loss of Muscat (Muscat, Oman) (1650). The '''Indian School Al-Ghubra (ISG)''' is an independent (independent school), co-educational (mixed-sex education) private day school located in the city of Muscat (Muscat, Oman) in the Sultanate of Oman. The educational establishment was founded in July 1990 by Indian born Omani businessman Dr. P. Muhammad Ali, who is the Managing Director of Galfar Engineering and Contracting, one of the largest construction companies in Oman. The students of the school are organised in 4 Houses, which compete against each other in intra-school tournaments, which include sporting, quizzing etc. The houses are named after significantly famous places in Oman. The houses are Muscat (Muscat, Oman) House, Nizwa House, Sohar House, and Sur (Sur, Oman) House. The Merchant Vessel (w:Cargo ship) (MV) Doulos, listed in the Guinness World Records (w:Guinness Book of Records) as the world's oldest active ocean-going passenger ship, has docked in the port of Muscat (w:Muscat, Oman), Sultanate of Oman (w:Oman) this week. The ship was built in 1914, two years after the Titanic (w:RMS Titanic), but unlike the more famous luxury liner, Doulos has over 90 years of safe sailing to her credit. This "Grand Old Lady of the Sea" has undergone several periods of rebuilding and expansion throughout the 20th century and sailed under three different names, before being purchased by a Christian missionary group, Operation Mobilisation (OM), in 1977 and converted for their use.
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20120617 NEWS01 120617006 Don-Owen-news-veteran-former-PSC-member-dies title John Andrew Prime, "Don Owen, news veteran, former PSC member, dies", June 17, 2012 publisher ''Shreveport Times (The Times (Shreveport))'' accessdate July 2, 2012 * Frank Page (Frank Page (broadcaster)), radio broadcaster at KWKH in Shreveport, who introduced Elvis Presley to the country music show known as the ''Louisiana Hayride''; worked at KWKH for a time alongside singer songwriter Nat Stuckey and singer Jim Reeves; born Raymond Franklin Page in Malvern, Arkansas '''Ezra Johnson''' (born October 2, 1955 in Shreveport, Louisiana) is a retired American Football defensive end who played for the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts and Houston Oilers in a fifteen-year career that lasted from 1977 to 1991 in the National Football League (NFL) (National Football League). '''William F. "Bill" Cotton Sr.''' (October 23, 1897 – April 23, 2006) was a prominent central Louisiana businessman who acquired or built five bakeries (bakery) in Alexandria (Alexandria, Louisiana), Shreveport (Shreveport, Louisiana), Baton Rouge (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), Monroe (Monroe, Louisiana) and Natchez, Mississippi. At the time of his death at the age of 108, he was also the nation's oldest living Shriner (Shriners) and one of the last remaining American (United States) veterans of the First World War (World War I).
father died in 1953, and by the time she turned ten, she was the primary breadwinner of her family through singing at events and on local radio and television shows. During that time, she appeared regularly on the country music show "TV Ranch" on WAGA-TV in Atlanta; she was so short, the host would lower a stand microphone as low as it would go and stand her up on a wooden crate to reach it. In 1955, Grayce Tarpley was remarried to Buell "Jay" Rainwater, who moved the family
in 1988 89 on the BBC Radio 1 FM Friday night dance music show ''Jeff Young's Big Beat''. In 1993 Coogan starred alongside Caroline Aherne and John Thomson (John Thomson (comedian)) in a one-off Granada TV (Granada Television) sketch show ''The Dead Good Show''. In early May 1831 FitzRoy stood as Tory candidate for Ipswich in the General Election, but was defeated. His hopes of obtaining a new posting and organising a missionary project appeared to be failing, and he
on to produce current affairs documentaries and was named host of ''Nightlines'', a late-night music show on CBC Stereo. *Oujda - Angads Airport *Tangier - Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport There is a tradition that in boyhood Cristóvão fell in love with a beautiful child and rich heiress, D. (Dom (title)) Maria Brandão, and in 1526 married her clandestinely, but parental opposition