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Whitewater River (Oregon)

The Whitewater River is a tributary of the Metolius River in the U.S. state of Oregon. It flows generally east from Whitewater Glacier on Mount Jefferson, west-southwest of Warm Springs in Jefferson County. The river descends from 7.847 feet at t ...

                                               

Wind River (Oregon)

The Wind River is a stream in Yamhill County in the U.S. state of Oregon. The stream, about 4 miles long, runs generally north–south through the Grand Ronde Community. Wind River enters Agency Creek, a tributary of the South Yamhill River, west o ...

                                               

Environment of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is a northeastern commonwealth located in the United States of America. It was one of the 13 original colonies. Pennsylvania is home to a population of 12.802.503 individuals and various different types of environments. Pennsylvania ...

                                               

Peddlers Village

Peddlers Village is a 42-acre countryside property in Bucks County, Pennsylvania that features 60+ retail shops and boutiques, full and quick-service restaurants, a 66-room hotel and an indoor family entertainment center. Open year-round, Peddler ...

                                               

Pennridge Regional Police

The Pennridge Regional Police is a regional police force covering East and West Rockhill Townships in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is headquartered at 200 Ridge Rd. Sellersville, Pennsylvania. The current Police Chief is Rodney T. Blake. In 201 ...

                                               

Pittsburgh stubs

                                               

South Dakota State Jackrabbits baseball

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits baseball team is the varsity intercollegiate baseball program of South Dakota State Jackrabbits in Brookings, South Dakota, United States. The programs first season was in 1947, and it has been a member of the N ...

                                               

Air quality in Utah

Air quality in Utah is often some of the worst in the United States. Poor air quality in Utah is due to the mountainous topography which can cause pollutants to build up near the surface combined with the prevalence of emissions from gasoline and ...

                                               

Big Cottonwood Park

Big Cottonwood Park is a public park in Millcreek, Salt Lake County, Utah. It is known as a regional park due to the vast play areas it has. In the park, it has a fenced-in round baseball diamond complex that can accommodate four games at once wi ...

                                               

Hellinsia ares

Hellinsia ares is a moth of the family Pterophoridae that is endemic to the US state of Utah. The species was first described by William Barnes and Arthur Ward Lindsey in 1921. The wingspan is 20–22.5 millimetres 0.79–0.89 in. The head is brown, ...

                                               

Lehi Tabernacle

The Lehi Tabernacle served as a tabernacle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from its 1910 dedication to 1920 when it was sold to the Alpine School District. The building was reestablished as a tabernacle in 1937 until its eventu ...

                                               

Victor, Utah

Victor was established in 1910, when a burst dam treated the soil near Desert Lake with alkaline water, preventing farming. Residents of Desert Lake, a town located near the lake, had to relocate to a more fertile area in order to continue farmin ...

                                               

Northeast Slopes

Northeast Slopes is a ski area located in Corinth, Vermont, United States. Northeast Slopes is operated entirely by volunteers. It has approximately 340 vertical feet of skiing across 35 acres of terrain served by two rope tows and a T-Bar.

                                               

2004 Washington Democratic caucuses

The 2004 Washington caucuses were held on February 7, 2004. The Caucus is open to registered Democrats and Independents. The delegate allocation is proportional, the candidates are awarded delegates in proportion to the percentage of votes receiv ...

                                               

Diamond Parking

Diamond Parking is a company based in Seattle, Washington that owns and operates parking lots in the US states of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Florida and Washington and the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British C ...

                                               

Forterra

Forterra, based in Seattle, Washington, US, is the state of Washington’s largest land conservation, stewardship and community building organization dedicated solely to the region. Currently, Forterra operates in multiple counties. Principal offic ...

                                               

Spokane County Sheriffs Office

The Spokane County Sheriffs Office is the primary law enforcement agency for Spokane County, Washington. It is headquartered in Spokane, Washington. The current Sheriff is Ozzie D. Knezovich. Knezovich was appointed as the Sheriff of Spokane Coun ...

                                               

Sweet Diss and the Comebacks

Sweet Diss and the Comebacks is a power pop band from Washington state. The bands sound is a mix of punk–influenced power pop with copious vocal harmonies and heavy guitar riffs. They are well known for the songs "Pam Pong" and "Dunder and Dwight ...

                                               

Technology Alliance

The Technology Alliance is a Washington State organization of leaders from high-tech businesses, research institutions, and the community dedicated to Washingtons economic success.

                                               

2008 Washington secretary of state election

The Washington Secretary of State election, 2008, took place on November 4, 2008. Incumbent secretary of state Sam Reed was re-elected by a wide margin.

                                               

128th Air Control Squadron

The 128th Air Control Squadron is one of the units of the Wisconsin Air National Guard based at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, located in Camp Douglas, WI. Originally established as the 128th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron in 1947 at ...

                                               

CityDeck

The CityDeck is a riverfront boardwalk/promenade along the edge of the Fox River in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. It is about one-quarter-mile in length and situated between the Walnut Street bridge and the Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge with mult ...

                                               

Freimann Hotel Building

The Freimann Hotel Building is one of Green Bays oldest continuing commercial establishments. It is located along the Fox River State Recreational Trail.

                                               

Ike Walton Lake

Ike Walton Lake is a 1.417 acre lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin. The fish present in the lake are Muskellunge, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye. There is one boat ramp in a small bay on the western shore.

                                               

Lost Lake (Vilas County, Wisconsin)

Lost Lake is a lake located, in the town of St. Germain, in Vilas County, Wisconsin, United States. It is 544 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 22 feet.

                                               

Joseph Monfils Farmstead

The property belonged to John and Theresa Monfils, who operated a wheat farm. It was added to the State and the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.

                                               

Thordarson Estate Historic District

The district is made up of the estate of Icelandic inventor Chester Thordarson. A number of the buildings were designed by Frederick Dinkelberg. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 and on the State Register ...

                                               

Trostville, Wisconsin

Trostville, Wisconsin was a rural hamlet and post office address around the junction of Lisbon Plank Road, South Fond du Lac Avenue, and Center Street, in Sections 14 and 15 of what was then the Town of Wauwatosa in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, i ...

                                               

Environment of Wyoming

Wyoming straddles the Continental Divide, and its abrupt topographic relief includes alternating basins and mountain ranges. Major mountain ranges include the Beartooth, Gros Ventre, Teton, Wind River, Bighorn, Sierra Madre, and Medicine Bow. Int ...

                                               

2008 Wyoming Democratic caucuses

The 2008 Wyoming Democratic caucuses were a series of events designed to determine the delegates that the Wyoming Democratic Party sent to the 2008 Democratic National Convention. The party was allocated seven pledged delegates to presidential ca ...

                                               

Casper, WY Metropolitan Statistical Area

The Casper, WY Metropolitan Statistical Area is a United States Census Bureau defined Metropolitan Statistical Area with the principal city being Casper in central State of Wyoming. The Casper Metropolitan Statistical Area is defined as Natrona C ...

                                               

Cheyenne metropolitan area

The Cheyenne Metropolitan Statistical Area is a United States Census Bureau defined Metropolitan Statistical Area located in the Cheyenne region of the State of Wyoming. The Cheyenne Metropolitan Statistical Area is defined as Laramie County, Wyo ...

                                               

Chinese Spring (Wyoming)

Chinese Spring is a hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, Teton County, Wyoming, in the United States. Chinese Spring was named for a Chinese immigrant who often washed laundry in the spring in the 1850s.

                                               

Wyoming Cowboys soccer

                                               

1820s in Florida Territory

                                               

1830s in Florida Territory

                                               

1860s in Idaho Territory

                                               

1870s in Idaho Territory

                                               

1880s in Idaho Territory

                                               

United States House of Representatives elections in Illinois Territory

                                               

1850s in Kansas Territory

                                               

1860s in Kansas Territory

                                               

1840s in Washington Territory

                                               

1850s in Washington Territory

                                               

1860s in Washington Territory

                                               

1870s in Washington Territory

                                               

1880s in Washington Territory

                                               

Battery Cameron

Battery Cameron was a Union Army defensive site during the Civil War. Battery Cameron was one in a chain of fortifications in the Civil War Defenses of Washington, D.C., also known as the "Fort Circle". The battery was located atop a hill on Foxh ...

                                               

Africa Action

Africa Action is a nonprofit organization that is based in Washington, D.C., working to change U.S.–Africa relations to promote political, economic and social justice in nations of Africa. They provide accessible information and analysis, and mob ...

                                               

American Public Gas Association

The American Public Gas Association is a not for profit trade organization representing Americas publicly owned, natural gas local distribution companies. APGA represents the interests of public gas before the United States Congress, federal agen ...

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