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University Schools

University Schools is the former lab school affiliated with the University of Northern Colorado. It is now a charter school in Greeley, Colorado. This was a relatively small school, but due to recent additions, including a new middle school, the ...

Hadley, Massachusetts

Hadley, HAD -lee) is a town in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 5.250 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The area around the Hampshire and Mountain Far ...

Holy Rosary Parish, Hadley

Holy Rosary Parish is designated for Polish immigrants in Hadley, Massachusetts, United States. Founded in 1916, it is one of the Polish-American Roman Catholic parishes in New England in the diocese of Springfield in Massachusetts. In 1998, Holy ...

Hadley Center Historic District

The Hadley Center Historic District is an expansive, 2.500-acre historic district encompassing the village center of Hadley, Massachusetts. When it was first listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, the district encompassed the ...

Mount Hitchcock

Mount Hitchcock is a mountain located in South Hadley and Hadley, Massachusetts. It reaches 1.002 feet at its peak in South Hadley. The Metacomet-Monadnock Trail runs through it as it does for all the Holyoke Range. To the west is Seven Sisters a ...

North Hadley Historic District

The North Hadley Historic District encompasses the historic rural village of North Hadley, located between Mount Warner and the Connecticut River in Hadley, Massachusetts. It includes properties on River Drive between Stockwell Road and Stockbrid ...

Cooperative Energy

Cooperative Energy is an electrical generation and transmission cooperative in Hattiesburg, Mississippi providing power to more than 427.000 homes and businesses. In 2015, the cooperative decided not to buy a 15 percent stake in Mississippi the p ...

Hattiesburg Black Sox

The Hattiesburg Black Sox are a semi-professional baseball team located in Palmers Crossing, outside Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The team started in 1941 by Milton Barnes as part of the Independent Negro League. It was not until the mid-1980s that ...

Hub City Derby Dames

The Hub City Derby Dames was a womens flat track roller derby league based in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Founded in 2008, the league consisted of two teams, which compete against teams from other leagues. The League was founded in early 2008 Court ...

Lewis Field Stadium

Lewis Field is a sport stadium in Hays, Kansas. The facility is primarily used by Fort Hays State University for college football team. The stadium is also the primary home field for Hays High School and Thomas More Prep-Marian. It was named to h ...

Honolulu Volcanics

The Honolulu Volcanics are a group of volcanoes which form a volcanic field on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, more specifically in that islands southeastern sector and in the city of Honolulu. It is part of the rejuvenated stage of Hawaiian volcanic ...

Ribault River

Ribault River is a tributary of the Trout River. It is located entirely in Jacksonville, Florida. The river is named after Jean Ribault, a French naval officer. The rivers headwaters are near Old Kings Road at an elevation of 7 feet above sea lev ...

Sugar Hill (Jacksonville)

Sugar Hill is a historically middle class and predominantly African American neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida. It was established in the 1800s, was thriving by the end of the 19th century. It was largely destroyed by construction of the Jack ...

Boones Creek, Tennessee

Boones Creek is an unincorporated community and neighborhood of Johnson City, in northern Washington County, Tennessee. Almost all of Boones Creek has been annexed by Johnson City, and has become a neighborhood of Johnson City. However, much of i ...

East Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of Medicine

The James H. Quillen College of Medicine is a medical school and a part of East Tennessee State University, which is located in Johnson City, Tennessee. It is one of two public medical schools in Tennessee, the other being the University of Tenne ...

Gray, Tennessee

Gray is a census-designated place in Washington County, Tennessee, United States and a rural suburb of Johnson City. It is part of the Johnson City Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is a component of the Johnson City–Kingsport–Bristol, TN-VA C ...

Little City Roller Girls

Little City Roller Girls is a womens flat track roller derby league based in Johnson City, Tennessee. Founded in 2007 and competes against teams from other leagues. Little City is a member of the Womens Flat Track Derby Association.

Mountain Home, Tennessee

Mountain Home, zip code 37684, is a separate postal zone consisting of the grounds of the James H. Quillen VA hospital and Mountain Home National Cemetery, which also includes classrooms and administrative buildings of the East Tennessee State Un ...

Sinking Creek Baptist Church

Founded in 1772 by Matthew Talbot, the church was originally named Watauga River Church after a local tributary. Talbot owned a large farm in the immediate area of Sycamore Shoals where the original Fort Caswell originally named after North Carol ...

Tennessee State Route 91

State Route 91 is a state highway in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of Tennessee, in the area known as the Tri-Cities region. The route connects Johnson City with Damascus, Virginia via Elizabethton, Hunter, and Mountain City.

Tennessee State Route 359

SR 359 begins at an interchange with I-26/US 19W/US 23 exit 27. From this interchange, SR 359 travels eastward to South Roan Street, it then turns north onto, and merges with, South Roan Street for 0.2 miles 0.32 km to an intersection where South ...

Tennessee State Route 400

State Route 400 is a state highway in Washington and Carter counties in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It connects the cities of Johnson City, Watauga and Elizabethton.

Thankful Baptist Church (Johnson City, Tennessee)

Princeton Free Will Baptist Church, formerly Thankful Baptist Church, is a historic church building at 104 Water Street in Johnson City, Tennessee. A brick Church was built in 1912 to serve thankful Baptist Church, an African-American community. ...

Arkansas Highway 91

Highway 91 is a north–south state highway in the Upper Arkansas Delta. The route of 31.91 miles begins at US Highway 49 and Highway 1 at Jonesboro and runs north to US 412 in Walnut Ridge. The route is maintained by the Arkansas State Highway and ...

Arkansas Highway 141

AR 141 begins at Lawson Road south of Jonesboro near Craighead Forest Park. It runs north to meet US 49/US 63/AR 18, forming a concurrency with US 49 through downtown. Once AR 141 leaves US 49 it becomes North Church Street, running north to Phil ...

Arkansas Highway 163

Highway 163 is a north–south state highway in Northeast Arkansas. The highway begins at Wittsburg and runs 42.57 miles northeast to Highway 1, Highway 1 Business and Crowleys Ridge Parkway in Jonesboro. A spur route runs in Jonesboro. All routes ...

Arkansas Highway 226

Arkansas Highway 226 is a designation for two state highways in northeast Arkansas. The main segment of 25.28 miles runs east from an intersection of U.S. Route 67/Arkansas Highway 367 to I-555/US 63/AR 18 in Jonesboro. A short route of 2.38 mile ...

Arkansas Highway 463

Highway 463 is a north–south state highway in northeast Arkansas. The route of 20.59 miles runs from Highway 14 very near I-555/US 63 at Payneway north to I-555/US 63/US 63B in Jonesboro. The route is a redesignation of former U.S. Route 63, whic ...

Death of Chavis Carter

The death of Chavis Carter, a 21-year-old African-American man who was found dead from a gunshot while handcuffed in the back of a police patrol car on July 29, 2012, was ruled a suicide by the Arkansas State Crime Lab. Carter was in the passenge ...

U.S. Route 63 in Arkansas

U.S. Route 63 is a north-south U.S. highway that begins in Ruston, LA. In the US state of Arkansas the highway enters the state from Louisiana concurrent with US 167 in Junction City. The highway zigzags through the state serving the major cities ...

Westside High School (Craighead County, Arkansas)

Westside High School is a comprehensive public junior/senior high school serving grades eight through twelve in unincorporated Craighead County, Arkansas, United States, in a rural area near Jonesboro. Westside High School is one of eight public ...

Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety is the department charged with police, fire and rescue operations in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is one of the largest public safety departments in the nation, with over 200 sworn officers.

Kalamazoo Foundation for Excellence

The Kalamazoo Foundation for Excellence is the working title of an initiative proposed by the community of Kalamazoo to philanthropically raise money for essential government services instead of imposing an income tax.

Metro Transit (Kalamazoo)

Kalamazoo Metro Transit is a public transport service that operates 20 routes in the Kalamazoo, Michigan, metropolitan area. Most routes serve the city proper, but some extend into the neighboring communities of Portage, Parchment, Comstock Towns ...

Roman Catholic Diocese of Kalamazoo

The Diocese of Kalamazoo is a Roman Catholic diocese in the southwestern portion of the State of Michigan. The Diocese of Kalamazoo encompasses Allegan, Van Buren, Berrien, Cass, Saint Joseph, Kalamazoo, Branch, Calhoun, and Barry Counties. The D ...

Davey Tree Expert Company

The Davey Tree Expert Company, also known as Davey Tree, is an American multinational employee owned corporation that provides tree, utility, lawn care, and environmental consulting services in the green industry throughout the United States and ...

Highway Products, Inc.

Highway Products, Inc., Kent, Ohio, was formed by Joseph Thomas Joe Myers in 1960 to manufacture truck bodies for specialty markets such as mobile post offices. In addition to mail trucks and mobile post offices the company also manufactured smal ...

Ohio State Route 43

State Route 43 is a mainly north–south state highway that runs through the northeastern quadrant of the U.S. state of Ohio. Its southern terminus is at a signalized intersection with State Route 7 along the Ohio River in Steubenville, and its wes ...

Ohio State Route 59

State Route 59 is an east–west state highway in the northeastern portion of Ohio, a U.S. state. The western terminus of State Route 59 is in downtown Akron at a partial interchange with the Interstate 76/Interstate 77 concurrency. The eastern ter ...

Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority

The Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority, commonly referred to as PARTA, is a transit agency serving Portage County, Ohio. It is headquartered in Franklin Township just outside the Kent city limits. PARTA was formed in 1975 from an agre ...

Record-Courier (Ohio)

The Record-Courier is an American daily newspaper in Portage County, Ohio, based in Kent. It is published by Gannett of Tysons Corner, Virginia, after having previously been owned by Dix Communications of Kent and Wooster, Ohio, until 2017.

Tom S. Cooperrider-Kent Bog State Nature Preserve

The Tom S. Cooperrider - Kent Bog State Nature Preserve is state nature preserve located in Kent, Ohio. The preserve surrounds the Kent Bog, a remnant of the Wisconsin Glaciation. It is a true bog with acidic waters and unique environmental condi ...

KARS-FM

KARS-FM is a commercial radio station licensed for Laramie, Wyoming and broadcasting to the Cheyenne, Wyoming and Fort Collins-Greeley, Colorado areas. KARS-FM airs a Rhythmic Top 40 music format branded as "Power 102.9". The station is currently ...

El Paso–Las Cruces, Texas–New Mexico, combined statistical area

The El Paso–Las Cruces, Texas–New Mexico, combined statistical area consists of two counties in western Texas and one in southern New Mexico. This CSA was defined as part of the United States Office of Management and Budgets 2013 delineations for ...

Las Cruces International Airport

Las Cruces International Airport is a city-owned, public airport nine miles west of the central business district of Las Cruces, in Doña Ana County, New Mexico. It is in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2019–23 which categorize ...

Mesilla Park, New Mexico

Mesilla Park is a neighborhood located on the south side of Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States. Residents of Mesilla founded the community through a land company in 1887, shortly after Las Cruces became the county seat of Doña Ana County. At t ...

New Mexico State Road 101

State Road 101 is a 1.420-mile-long paved, two-lane state highway in Doña Ana County in the U.S. state of New Mexico. NM 101s western terminus is at the roads junction with NM 28 within Mesilla community. The roads eastern terminus is in Las Cruc ...

New Mexico State Road 188

State Road 188 is a 2.945-mile-long paved, four-lane state highway in Doña Ana County in the U.S. state of New Mexico. NM 188s southern terminus is at the roads junction with an exit ramp of Interstate 10 and U.S. Route 180 in Las Cruces, on the ...

New Mexico State Road 478

State Road 478 is a 24.342-mile-long state highway located entirely within Doña Ana County, New Mexico. Starting in Anthony and ending in Las Cruces, NM 478 was once a section of historic US 80, a major transcontinental highway between San Diego, ...

Elizabeth M. Watkins Community Museum

The Watkins Museum of History is a museum in Lawrence, Kansas that is managed by the Douglas County Historical Society. It provides programs and public events, educational resources and activities, and changing exhibits about the heritage of Doug ...