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Kenny Saylors

Kenneth Saylors is an American former basketball player. He played at Bruno–Pyatt High School in Everton, Arkansas, where he had his No. 33 jersey retired. Saylors played collegiately for the Arkansas Polytechnic College Wonder Boys and is the pr ...

                                               

Sidney Cohen

Sidney Cohen, MD was a psychiatrist, professor of medicine, and author, known as a leading expert on LSD, marijuana, cocaine, and other mood altering drugs.

                                               

SBCTA

The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority is the successor to San Bernardino Associated Governments which is responsible for administering the Measure I half-cent tax which San Bernardino County voters passed most recently in 2004. SBCTA ...

                                               

Bruce Edwards (actor)

Edward Lester Smith, stage name Bruce Edwards, was an American actor and photographer. He primarily played supporting roles in Hollywood features and film serials of the 1940s and early 1950s. After retiring from Hollywood in 1953, he pursued a p ...

                                               

Santa Clara County Public Health Department

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department is the public health agency for Santa Clara County, California, part of the Santa Clara County Health System. Sara Cody is the current Public Health Director and Health Officer of Santa Clara County.

                                               

Santa Clara County Health System

The Santa Clara County Health System is the public healthcare system of Santa Clara County, California, United States. It comprises county-owned hospitals and clinics, health-related county agencies, and a health insurance plan.

                                               

CSPD

CSPD may refer to: CSPD molecule, a chemical reagent for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay ELISA staining Client-side persistent data, a term for storing data required by web application Civil Status and Passport Department, the government office ...

                                               

The Denver North Star

The Denver North Star is a monthly newspaper and website that has been published in the Northwest Denver, Colorado, area starting in October 2019. The North Star has a hyperlocal focus on issues like parks and recreation, elections, education, di ...

                                               

West Metro Fire Rescue

West Metro Fire Rescue provides fire protection and emergency medical services to communities in Douglas and Jefferson counties in Colorado. The district is located within the Denver metropolitan area. The department is also the sponsoring agency ...

                                               

1906 Colorado gubernatorial election

The 1906 Colorado gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1906. Republican nominee Henry Augustus Buchtel defeated Democratic nominee Alva Adams with 45.59% of the vote.

                                               

1968 Delaware gubernatorial election

The 1968 Delaware gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1968. Republican nominee Russell W. Peterson defeated incumbent Democratic Governor Charles L. Terry Jr. with 50.51% of the vote.

                                               

LeAnna Cumber

LeAnna M. G. Cumber is an elected official, serving as a member of the Jacksonville City Council in Florida. Cumber previously served as a legislative counselor for the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Transportation during the P ...

                                               

Cypress Creek

Cypress Creek may refer to: United States Cypress Creek High School disambiguation Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Illinois, United States Cypress Creek Preserve, a 7.400 acre park in Pasco County, Florida Cypress Creek Preserve, Pasco Co ...

                                               

Roselyn E. Williams

Roselyn Elaine Williams is an American mathematician who is an Associate Professor and former chair of the mathematics department at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Her decades long involvement in the National Association of Mathe ...

                                               

Sabin

Sabin may refer to: Places in the United States Sabin, Portland, Oregon, a neighborhood in Portland, Oregon Sabin-Wheat Farm, a historic farmstead in Putney, Vermont Sabin-Schellenberg Center, a technical skills center for the North Clackamas Sch ...

                                               

Smith Building

Smith Building may refer to: H. D. Smith Company Building, Plantsville, Connecticut, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Hartford County, Connecticut Smith Building Parkersburg, West Virginia, listed on the NRHP in West Virginia ...

                                               

Calhoun County

Calhoun County is the name of several counties in the United States of America named after U.S. Vice President John C. Calhoun: Calhoun County, Georgia Calhoun County, Illinois Calhoun County, West Virginia Calhoun County, South Carolina Calhoun ...

                                               

Calhoun

Fort Calhoun, Nebraska Calhoun, South Carolina Calhoun, Kansas Lake Calhoun Kandiyohi County, Minnesota Calhoun County, Georgia Calhoun County, Iowa Calhoun County, Alabama Calhoun, Missouri Calhoun, West Virginia Calhoun County, Arkansas Calhoun ...

                                               

Pine Island, Florida

Pine Island may refer to: Pine Island Sound west of that island Pine Island, Calhoun County, Florida, an unincorporated community near Blountstown Pine Island Center, Florida, a census-designated place on that island Pine Island, Hernando County, ...

                                               

Benton County

Benton County is the name of nine counties in the United States: Benton County, Arkansas Benton County, Oregon Calhoun County, Alabama was established as Benton County in 1832, and renamed in 1858. Benton County, Iowa Benton County, Washington Be ...

                                               

Kirby House

McKleroy-Wilson-Kirby House, Anniston, Alabama, listed on the NRHP in Calhoun County, Alabama Evans-Kirby House, Harrison, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Boone County, Arkansas Thomas Kirby House, Kendrick, Idaho, NRHP-listed William R. Kirby Sr ...

                                               

Clay County

Clay County is the name of 18 counties in the United States. Most are named for Henry Clay, U.S. Senator and statesman: Clay County, Arkansas named for John Clayton, and originally named Clayton County Clay County, Missouri Clay County, Nebraska ...

                                               

Clay High School

Clay High School may refer to: Clay City High School Illinois, Clay City, Illinois Clay County High School Ashland, Alabama, Ashland, Alabama Clay County High School Clay, West Virginia, Clay, West Virginia Clay High School Oregon, Ohio Clay Coun ...

                                               

Douglas Lake (disambiguation)

Douglas Lake Wisconsin Douglas Lake North Dakota Douglas Lake Georgia Lake Douglas Georgia Lake Douglas Montana Lake Douglas Lake County, Florida, Lake County, Florida Lake Douglas South Dakota Douglas Lake Cheboygan County, Michigan Douglas Lake ...

                                               

Florida State Road 5054

Florida State Road 5054, known locally as Sarno Road, is an east–west highway in central Melbourne, Florida. Its western terminus is at Florida State Road 518, a half mile east of I-95; its eastern terminus is an intersection with Wickham Road an ...

                                               

Franklin County

Franklin County, Florida Franklin County, Missouri Franklin County, Nebraska Franklin County, Vermont Franklin County, Ohio Franklin County, Indiana Franklin County, Kentucky Franklin County, Idaho Franklin County, Tennessee Franklin County, Kans ...

                                               

Franklin County High School

Franklin County High School may refer to: Franklin County High School Georgia, Carnesville, Georgia Franklin County High School Mississippi, Meadville, Mississippi Franklin County High School Indiana, Brookville, Indiana Franklin County High Scho ...

                                               

Franklin Park

Franklin Park may refer to some places in the United States: Franklin Park, Illinois Franklin Park, Middlesex County, New Jersey Franklin Park race track, a defunct harness racing track in Saugus, Massachusetts Franklin Park Columbus, Ohio, a nei ...

                                               

Lincoln Hotel

Lincoln Hotel or Hotel Lincoln may refer to: Lincoln Hotel Lowden, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Cedar County, Iowa Lincoln Hotel San Diego, part of the Gaslamp Quarter Historic District Lincoln Hotel Harrington, Washington, listed on the NRHP in L ...

                                               

EGHS

EGHS may refer to: Elk Grove High School Elk Grove, California, United States Eagle Grove High School, Eagle Grove, Iowa, United States Eastern Guilford High School, Gibsonville, North Carolina, United States East Gadsden High School, Gadsden Cou ...

                                               

Nicholson House

Nicholson House may refer to: George E. Nicholson House, Kansas City, Missouri, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Jackson County Nicholson House Oyster Bay, Alabama, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in B ...

                                               

GCHS

GCHS may refer to: Gehlen Catholic High School, LeMars, Iowa, United States Garden City High School New York, Garden City, New York, United States Geibel Catholic High School, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States George County High School, ...

                                               

Greenwood School

Greenwood School or The Greenwood School may refer to: Greenwood School Greenwood, Arkansas, recognized by Arkansas as historic site in Greenwood, Arkansas, at least nominated if not yet listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Gre ...

                                               

Perry G. Wall II

Perry G. Wall II was an American businessman and politician in Tampa, Florida. He was the grandson of Judge Perry Green Wall, who had been a pioneer on Floridas west coast and then a judge in Hamilton County, Florida. Wall lived in Spring Hill, F ...

                                               

Trout Lake

Trout Lake, Alberta, an unincorporated community Trout Lake Aerodrome, an aerodrome near Trout Lake, Alberta Trout Lake, British Columbia, a rural community and ghost town Trout Lake British Columbia, a lake in the West Kootenay region Sambaa Ke, ...

                                               

Lams

Lams, members of a family having the Cantonese surname Lam 蓝, also romanized as Lan Lams, members of a family having the Cantonese surname Lam 林, also romanized as Lin

                                               

Martin Luther King station

Martin Luther King station may refer to: Martin Luther King Boulevard/Mack Avenue station, a light rail station in Detroit, Michigan Martin Luther King Drive station, a light rail station in Jersey City, New Jersey MLK Jr. station DART, a light r ...

                                               

Jefferson County

Jefferson County is the name of 26 counties and one parish in the United States: Jefferson County, Arkansas Jefferson County, Jefferson Territory Jefferson County, Colorado Jefferson County, Alabama Jefferson County, Idaho Jefferson County, West ...

                                               

Jackson County Courthouse

Jackson County Courthouse may refer to: Jackson County Courthouse North Carolina, Sylva, North Carolina Jackson County Courthouse Maquoketa, Iowa Jackson County Courthouse Jacksonville, Oregon Jackson County Courthouse Kansas City, Missouri Jacks ...

                                               

Ely House

Ely Place, a gated road at the southern tip of the London Borough of Camden in London, England. Ely Palace, the former London residence of the Bishops of Ely

                                               

Lee County

Lee County is the name of twelve counties in the United States: Lee County, South Carolina Lee County, Alabama Lee County, North Carolina Lee County, Mississippi Lee County, Virginia Lee County, Kentucky Lee County, Texas Lee County, Illinois Lee ...

                                               

Robert E. Lee High School

Robert E. Lee High School Jacksonville, Florida Robert E. Lee High School Fairfax County, Virginia Robert E. Lee High School Montgomery, Alabama Robert E. Lee High School Baytown, Texas Robert E. Lee High School Midland, Texas Robert E. Lee High ...

                                               

Union County High School

There are several secondary schools called Union County High School in the United States: Union County High School Tennessee, formerly Horace Maynard High School, located in Maynardville, Tennessee Union County High School Georgia located in Blai ...

                                               

Old River

Old River may refer to: The Old River, in the Australian state of Victoria Old River Belize Old River Tasmania, Australia In the United States: Old River California Old River Cross County, Arkansas a lake in Cross County, Arkansas Old River New H ...

                                               

Madison County

Madison County may refer to: Madison County, Montana Madison County, Kentucky Madison County, Nebraska Madison County, Missouri Madison County, New York Madison County, North Carolina Madison County, Texas Madison County, Ohio Madison County, Geo ...

                                               

Inwood

In Canada: Inwood, Manitoba Inwood, Ontario In the United Kingdom: Inwood, Warleigh, Wiltshire, England In the United States: Inwood Hill Park Inwood, Manhattan, a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City Inwood, Iowa Inwood, Florida Inwood – 207 ...

                                               

Memorial Coliseum

Memorial Coliseum may refer to: New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, Connecticut Memorial Coliseum Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California XL Center Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Hart ...

                                               

Wilkinson Creek

Wilkinson Creek Lake County, California, a tributary to St. Helena Creek Wilkinson Creek Lincoln County, North Carolina, a tributary to Wingate Creek Wilkinson Creek Robeson County, North Carolina, a tributary to Shoe Heel Creek Wilkinson Creek M ...

                                               

Laurel Hill

Laurel Hill may refer to the following: In Australia Laurel Hill, New South Wales, a town in the Riverina region In Ireland Laurel Hill Colaiste, a school in Limerick, Ireland In the United States Laurel Hill Pennsylvania, also known as Laurel Ri ...

                                               

Polk County Courthouse

Polk County Courthouse may refer to: Old Polk County Courthouse Florida, Bartow, Florida Polk County Courthouse Nebraska, Osceola, Nebraska Polk County Courthouse Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa Geiger Building Osceola, Wisconsin, also known as the Old Po ...