, Michigan St. Ignace , and Port Huron (Port Huron, Michigan). The following television stations are available over-the-air in Presque Isle County: *Channel 4: WTOM-TV (WPBN-TV) "TV 7&4" (NBC) (Cheboygan (Cheboygan, Michigan); satellite of WPBN-TV, Traverse City (Traverse City, Michigan)) *Channel 6: WCML (WCMU-TV) "CMU Public Television" (PBS (Public Broadcasting Service)) (Alpena (Alpena, Michigan); satellite of WCMU
, Michigan Cheboygan . Round Island, is a smaller uninhabited island between Bois Blanc and Mackinac Islands and is part of the Hiawatha National Forest. Television *Channel 4:WTOM-TV "TV 7&4" (NBC) (Cheboygan (Cheboygan, Michigan)) (simulcasted in channel 7, Harrietta) *Channel 6:WCML (WCML (TV)) "CMU (Central Michigan University) Public Television" (PBS (Public Broadcasting Service)) ( Montmorency Township, Michigan Montmorency Township
) Television *Channel 4:WTOM-TV "TV 7&4" (NBC) (Cheboygan (Cheboygan, Michigan)) (simulcasted in channel 7, Harrietta (Harrietta, Michigan)) *Channel 6:WCML (WCMU-TV) "CMU (Central Michigan University) Public Television" (PBS (Public Broadcasting Service)) (Montmorency Township (Montmorency Township, Michigan)) The following television stations are available over-the-air: *Channel 4: WTOM-TV (WPBN-TV) "TV 7&4" (NBC) ( Cheboygan
of Albert Lea (Albert Lea, Minnesota). It is part of Minnesota's Independent Public Radio network. The "Maverick" moniker comes from the university's athletic team name. Member stations, in addition to Twin Cities Public Television, include Pioneer Public Television serving Appleton (Appleton, Minnesota) and Worthington (Worthington, Minnesota), KSMQ in Austin (Austin, Minnesota), Lakeland Public Television serving Bemidji, Minnesota Bemidji
and Brainerd (Brainerd, Minnesota), PBS North serving Duluth (Duluth, Minnesota) and Hibbing (Hibbing, Minnesota), and North Dakota-based Prairie Public Television, whose stations KFME Fargo (Fargo, North Dakota), KGFE Grand Forks (Grand Forks, North Dakota) and KCGE Crookston (Crookston, Minnesota) Grand Forks (Grand Forks, North Dakota) serve the northwestern part of Minnesota. - 153 Rochester (Rochester, Minnesota) - Austin, Minnesota - Mason City, Iowa
, and Red River Broadcasting owns Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) affiliate KVRR. Forum Communications, which also owns ''The Forum'', owns ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WDAY-TV and WDAY radio (WDAY (AM)). Major Market Broadcasting owns independent station (independent station (North America)) KRDK-TV, which was formerly CBS affiliate KXJB. Prairie Public Broadcasting (Prairie Public Television) operates Prairie Public Television KFME-TV
Grand Forks , (121st largest nationally), making up the eastern half of the state, and Minot (Minot, North Dakota)-Bismarck (Bismarck, North Dakota) (158th), making up the western half of the state. at Grand Forks, North Dakota (w:Grand Forks, North Dakota). Manitoba officials feel that this year flooding should not be as bad as the 1997 flood. Polish (Poland) and Chinese (China) experts have come to survey the Red River Floodway, and Dennis Walaker (w:Dennis Walaker), mayor (w:mayor) of Fargo, North Dakota (w:Fargo, North Dakota) recognises the need for Red River flood defences down river. "Every town that you drive by from the Canadian (w:Canada) line up to Winnipeg is either elevated or ring-diked," said Walaker. Saberi has dual-citizenship as an Iranian-American, and she grew up in Fargo (w:Fargo, North Dakota), North Dakota. She lived in Iran for six years while working as a journalist for news media organizations including the BBC (w:BBC). On January 31, four members of the Ministry of Intelligence and National Security of Iran (w:Ministry of Intelligence and National Security of Iran) took her from her home to face charges of spying for the United States. She was convicted and sentenced to eight years in jail, however this was reduced to a suspended sentence of two years. After returning to the United States, Saberi met with U.S. Secretary of State (w:United States Secretary of State) Hillary Clinton.
'''Roseville Area High School''' ('''RAHS''') is a public high school located in Roseville, Minnesota near the Twin Cities (Minneapolis-St. Paul). It serves Roseville and the surrounding communities of Falcon Heights (Falcon Heights, Minnesota), Lauderdale (Lauderdale, Minnesota), Little Canada (Little Canada, Minnesota), Maplewood (Maplewood, Minnesota), and Shoreview (Shoreview, Minnesota), Minnesota. RAHS is the only traditional public high school in Roseville Area School District 623 (Roseville Area Schools). '''Mounds View Public Schools (District 621)''' is a Minnesota school district serving the cities of Arden Hills (Arden Hills, Minnesota), Mounds View (Mounds View, Minnesota), New Brighton (New Brighton, Minnesota), North Oaks (North Oaks, Minnesota), Roseville (Roseville, Minnesota), Shoreview (Shoreview, Minnesota), Vadnais Heights (Vadnais Heights, Minnesota) and portions of Spring Lake Park (Spring Lake Park, Minnesota) and White Bear Township (White Bear Township, Minnesota). The district currently operates 11 schools. Previously the district operated 13 schools, but due to budget problems it was forced to close Pike Lake and Snail Lake elementary schools and reopen them as Education Centers. In addition to the schools, Mounds View also operates a handful of other educational programs, including the Oak Grove program for special education students, and the Pike Lake and Snail Lake Education Centers, which provide various community education programs and house administrative offices.
. The city built a new bridge over the South Umpqua River on parcels affected by the disaster. Since the incident, it is commonly referred to as the "Roseburg Blast" or simply "The Blast." In 2005, SOPTV (Southern Oregon Public Television) produced a documentary examining the Blast and the experiences of those who were involved or witnessed it, entitled ''The Roseburg Blast: A Catastrophe and Its Heroes''. ref name "soptv"
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in the area in the 1920s to serve the population of workers and visitors to the area after larger office buildings had been built on Grand Boulevard. According to the New Center Profile market study paid for by the New Center Council, Inc.: *Population: 3,185 *Housing Units: 2,346 *Employees: 20,962 *Size: 60 blocks 500 acres Media Previously WTVS (Detroit Public Television) had its studios in New Center. " Driving Directions
." WTVS. Retrieved on December 8, 2012. "Frequently Asked Questions." WTVS. February 4, 2005. Retrieved on December 8, 2012. "Detroit Public Television 7441 Second Avenue Detroit, MI 48202" Education New Center is within the Detroit Public Schools district. DPS has its headquarters in the Fisher Building. " http
birth_place Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) residence Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) birth_place Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) residence Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) religion DATE OF BIRTH October 6, 1953 PLACE OF BIRTH Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH '''Redistricting.''' After several attempts at redrawing councilmanic districts in accordance with a U.S. court order to provide for increased Latino representation, the City Council in 1986 adopted a plan that stripped Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), Echo Park (Echo Park, Los Angeles) and adjoining areas from Woo's 13th District but maintained his power base in Hollywood and Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles) and also cut north into Studio City. Larry Gordon, "Voters Scramble to Make Sense of New Districts," ''Los Angeles Times,'' September 18, 1986, page GD-1 With map. birth_place Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) residence Echo Park (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, U.S. (United States) religion Judaism Personal life Garcetti is an avid photographer (Photography), jazz pianist and composer. He lives in Echo Park (Silver Lake, Los Angeles) with his wife Amy Elaine Wakeland. He also serves in the United States Navy as a Lieutenant in the reserve component (United States Navy Reserve). Notes *''Hats Off'' was remade by Laurel and Hardy as ''The Music Box'', utilizing the same steep flight of concrete steps in the Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles) district of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California). While a washing machine was delivered in ''Hats Off'', a piano would be delivered in ''The Music Box''. *''Hats Off'' was also remade as ''It's Your Move'' (1945), starring Edgar Kennedy. Los Angeles–Ventura areas The fault continues west to form the hills of Highland Park (Highland Park, Los Angeles, California), the lower eastern Santa Monica Mountains from Dodger Stadium, Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles), and Griffith Park through the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip and Studio City (Studio City, California). Further west the Raymond Fault creates the higher central and western Santa Monica Mountains from Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills, California) and along the southern San Fernando Valley to Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks, California) and Malibu (Malibu, California), and on to Point Mugu at the Pacific Ocean.
, as well as several translators. These stations formed the original MPBN network. One of these stations was WMEA-TV in Biddeford (Biddeford, Maine), near Portland; however, it was (and still is) practically unviewable over the air in Portland itself and points north. WMEA was the flagship station for the now-defunct Maine Public Television Plus, a secondary PBS service launched in the mid-1990s. UMaine brought public radio to the state in 1970, when WMEH signed on from Bangor. Five other stations signed on over the next decade. '''WMEB-TV''' (flagship) Orono (Orono, Maine) (Bangor (Bangor, Maine)) 9 (VHF (very high frequency)) '''Cindy Lee Blodgett''' (born December 23, 1975 in Clinton (Clinton, Maine), Maine) is a former collegiate and professional basketball player. She was also the head coach at University of Maine, located in Orono, Maine from 2007 to 2011. Cindy attended Lawrence High School (Lawrence High School (Maine)) in Fairfield (Fairfield, Maine), where she was an all-star basketball player. She led the Bulldogs to a four-year career record of 84-4. Throughout that four year period they won four state class A championships. Her tremendous accolades have made her a hero across the state of Maine. June 22, 1925) was a United States Senator from North Dakota. Born in Starks, Maine, he attended the public schools and Somerset Academy (Athens, Maine) and graduated from the University of Maine at Orono (Orono, Maine) in 1884. He was a chemist of the New York State Experiment Station in Geneva, New York from 1884 to 1890 and dean of the school of chemistry and pharmacy and professor of chemistry at the North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, North Dakota. He was chief chemist of the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station from 1890 to 1916 and editor of the ''North Dakota Farmer'' at Lisbon (Lisbon, North Dakota) from 1899 to 1904. He was administrator of the State's pure-food laws, for which he actively crusaded from 1902 to 1921; he was also president of the North Dakota Agricultural College from 1916 to 1921.
not to carry it due to a lack of compelling programming or viewership. '''WVTV''', channel 18, is a television station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and serves as Southeast Wisconsin's CW (The CW Television Network) affiliate. The station broadcasts from the Milwaukee Public Television tower on Milwaukee's northeast side with WMVS WMVT, along with WCGV (Channel 24), WVTV's sister station. WVTV's signal covers most of the market including the cities of Racine (Racine, Wisconsin), Kenosha (Kenosha, Wisconsin), Sheboygan (Sheboygan, Wisconsin) and Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin). WVTV is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group under the holding company ''WCGV, Inc.''. '''WCGV-TV''', digital channel 25 (virtual channel 24.1), is a television station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, affiliated with MyNetworkTV Its signal covers most of southeastern Wisconsin, including the cities of Racine (Racine, Wisconsin), Kenosha (Kenosha, Wisconsin), Sheboygan (Sheboygan, Wisconsin) and Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin). The station is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group as part of a duopoly (duopoly (broadcasting)) in Milwaukee with WVTV (WVTV-DT), and the station's transmitter site is on Milwaukee's northwest side, co-located with WVTV on the Milwaukee Public Television broadcast tower. The magazine was founded in 1940 by Al C. Kalmbach, and is based in Waukesha, Wisconsin. With an annual circulation of 184,220, it is the largest and oldest North American consumer magazine on rail transportation. Primarily, ''Trains'' covers the railroad happenings in the United States and Canada, and sometimes Mexico. However, there are articles on subjects on railroading around the world on occasion. country United States headquarters Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, United States distribution A railroad frenzy swept Wisconsin shortly after it achieved statehood. The first railroad line in the state was opened between Milwaukee and Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin) in 1851 by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad. The railroad pushed on, reaching Milton, Wisconsin in 1852, Stoughton, Wisconsin in 1853, and the capital city of Madison in 1854. The company reached its goal of completing a rail line across the state from Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River when the line to Prairie du Chien was completed in 1857. Shortly after this, other railroad companies completed their own tracks, reaching La Crosse (La Crosse, Wisconsin) in the west and Superior (Superior, Wisconsin) in the north, spurring development in those cities. By the end of the 1850s, railroads crisscrossed the state, enabling the growth of other industries that could now easily ship products to markets across the country. On April 6, 1984, Patera and fellow AWA heel (heel (professional wrestling)) Masa Saito were denied service after hours at a McDonald's restaurant in Waukesha, Wisconsin, prompting an angry Patera to throw a rock through a window of the building (Patera claims that a former employee threw the rock but he received the blame). He and Saito assaulted the policemen sent to arrest them later at a hotel. Sixteen months later, at which point Patera was in the WWF, he was sentenced to two years in prison. http: www.rfvideo.com shootwithkenpatera.aspx rfvideo Towns and cities served by this area code: : Allenton (Allenton, Wisconsin), Bassett (Bassett, Wisconsin), Belgium (Belgium, Wisconsin), Benet Lake (Benet Lake, Wisconsin), Big Bend (Big Bend, Wisconsin), Bristol (Bristol, Wisconsin), Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Burlington (Burlington, Wisconsin), Butler (Butler, Wisconsin), Camp Lake (Camp Lake, Wisconsin), Cedarburg (Cedarburg, Wisconsin), Colgate (Colgate, Wisconsin), Darien (Darien, Wisconsin), Delafield (Delafield, Wisconsin), Delavan (Delavan, Wisconsin), Dousman (Dousman, Wisconsin), Eagle (Eagle, Wisconsin), East Troy (East Troy, Wisconsin), Elkhorn (Elkhorn, Wisconsin), Elm Grove (Elm Grove, Wisconsin), Fontana (Fontana-on-Geneva Lake, Wisconsin), Franksville (Franksville, Wisconsin), Fredonia (Fredonia, Wisconsin), Genesee Depot (Genesee Depot, Wisconsin), Genoa City (Genoa City, Wisconsin), Germantown (Germantown, Wisconsin), Grafton (Grafton, Wisconsin), Hartford (Hartford, Wisconsin), Hartland (Hartland, Wisconsin), Honey Creek (Honey Creek, Sauk County, Wisconsin), Hubertus (Hubertus, Wisconsin), Jackson (Jackson, Wisconsin), Kansasville (Kansasville, Wisconsin), Kenosha (Kenosha, Wisconsin), Kewaskum (Kewaskum, Wisconsin), Lake Geneva (Lake Geneva, Wisconsin), Lannon (Lannon, Wisconsin), Lyons (Lyons, Wisconsin), Menomonee Falls (Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin), Mequon (Mequon, Wisconsin), Merton (Merton, Wisconsin), Mukwonago (Mukwonago, Wisconsin), Muskego (Muskego, Wisconsin), Nashotah (Nashotah, Wisconsin), New Berlin (New Berlin, Wisconsin), New Munster (New Munster, Wisconsin), Newburg (Newburg, Wisconsin), North Lake (North Lake, Wisconsin), North Prairie (North Prairie, Wisconsin), Oconomowoc (Oconomowoc, Wisconsin), Okauchee (Okauchee, Wisconsin), Paddock Lake (Paddock Lake, Wisconsin), Pell Lake (Pell Lake, Wisconsin), Pewaukee (Pewaukee, Wisconsin), Pleasant Prairie (Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin), Port Washington (Port Washington, Wisconsin), Powers Lake (Powers Lake, Wisconsin), Racine (Racine, Wisconsin), Richfield (Richfield, Wisconsin), Rochester (Rochester, Wisconsin), Salem (Salem, Wisconsin), Saukville (Saukville, Wisconsin), Sharon (Sharon, Wisconsin), Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Wisconsin), Slinger (Slinger, Wisconsin), Somers (Somers, Wisconsin), Springfield (Springfield, Wisconsin), Stone Bank (Stone Bank, Wisconsin), Sturtevant (Sturtevant, Wisconsin), Sullivan (Sullivan, Wisconsin), Sussex (Sussex, Wisconsin), Thiensville (Thiensville, Wisconsin), Trevor (Trevor, Wisconsin), Twin Lakes (Twin Lakes, Wisconsin), Union Grove (Union Grove, Wisconsin), Vernon (Vernon, Wisconsin), Wales (Wales, Wisconsin), Walworth (Walworth, Wisconsin), Waterford (Waterford, Wisconsin), Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin), West Bend (West Bend, Wisconsin), Whitewater (Whitewater, Wisconsin), Williams Bay (Williams Bay, Wisconsin), Wilmot (Wilmot, Wisconsin), Woodworth (Woodworth, Wisconsin), and Zenda (Zenda, Wisconsin) thumb 1906 ''St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Image:RobinsonThrowing.jpg)'' photograph of Brad Robinson (Bradbury Robinson), who threw the first legal forward pass and was the sport's first triple threat (Triple threat man) As a result of the 1905–1906 reforms, mass formation plays became illegal and forward passes legal. Bradbury Robinson, playing for visionary coach Eddie Cochems at St. Louis University, threw the first legal pass in a September 5, 1906 game against Carroll College (Carroll College (Wisconsin)) at Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin). Other important changes, formally adopted in 1910, were the requirements that at least seven offensive players be on the line of scrimmage at the time of the snap, that there be no pushing or pulling, and that interlocking interference (arms linked or hands on belts and uniforms) was not allowed. These changes greatly reduced the potential for collision injuries. John S. Watterson, "Inventing Modern Football", ''American Heritage'' magazine, June 1988 Several coaches emerged who took advantage of these sweeping changes. Amos Alonzo Stagg introduced such innovations as the huddle, the tackling dummy, and the pre-snap shift. Vancil (2000), pp 17 Other coaches, such as Pop Warner (Glenn Scobey Warner) and Knute Rockne, introduced new strategies that still remain part of the game. *Stevens Point (Stevens Point, Wisconsin) - WWSP, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point *Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin) - WCCX, Carroll University - url http: penelope.uchicago.edu Thayer E Gazetteer Topics astronomy _Texts secondary ALLSTA Eridanus*.html quote It is the solitary star visible from the latitude of New York City in early winter evenings, low down in the south, on the meridian with Menkar of the Whale; but Baily said that its brilliancy has probably lessened since Ptolemy's time, for the latter designated it by α — i.e. of the 1st magnitude. a fact which is all the more enigmatic since the brighter star Achernar can be found just above the horizon in Alexandria where Ptolemy lived and would have been easily visible to merchants trading farther up the Nile. farm. In 1893, John Tuohy sold the land to his son William who saw it as the perfect opportunity to build a golf course. The resort, including grand hotel, 12 cottages, and 18-hole golf course, drew many people from Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin), and even Chicago (Chicago, Illinois). When the course first opened, it was only 25 cents to play 18 holes, but William was known for letting people golf for free if they didn't have enough money. Biography Bestor was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and raised in Orem, Utah, graduating from Orem High School in 1976. His grandfather played trumpet in Tommy Dorsey's band and his great uncle played trombone in Jack Benny's band. He got his start in music as his parents "required" their children to take piano lessons, which he didn't always enjoy. He was envious of his friends who were out playing football and other sports while he was stuck practicing piano. One day his mother told him to "play something that sounds like a sunrise." He came up with something he said wasn't much, but it opened the door to a new level of enjoyment with the piano; composing. He says he still hasn't written a song especially for his mother, but hopes to be good enough to do that some day. He also learned to play the trumpet, playing in the pep band in high school. He is an accomplished trumpeter, pianist and composer, as evidenced in his concerts and recordings, along with a few vocals. Some vocals are synthesized with his keyboard, as in his famous ''Prayer of the Children''. Also, Wal-Mart has opened supercenters with full grocery selections in the communities of Germantown (Germantown, Wisconsin), Mukwonago (Mukwonago, Wisconsin), Sturtevant (Sturtevant, Wisconsin), West Bend (West Bend, Wisconsin), Hartford (Hartford, Wisconsin), Franklin (Franklin, Wisconsin) and Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). New supercenters will soon be constructed in Muskego (Muskego, Wisconsin) and Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin). http: www.jsonline.com business 35538259.html The chain also hopes to convert its Delafield (Delafield, Wisconsin) discount store into a supercenter. http: www.jsonline.com business 40385237.html