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Arkansas Highway 980

Highway 980 is a state highway designation for all state maintained airport roads in Arkansas. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 2.78 miles in Arkansas County. It connects Arkansas Highway 130 with Almyra Municipal Airport in Almyra. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.93 miles in Arkansas County. It connects U. S. Route 165 with De Witt Municipal Airport in south De Witt. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.20 miles in Benton County. It connects AR 59 with Smith Field in Siloam Springs. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.45 miles in Boone County. It connects US 62/US 65 with the Boone County Airport in Harrison. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.52 miles in Bradley County. It connects US 63/AR 8 with the Warren Municipal Airport south of Warren. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.60 miles in Carroll County. It connects US 62 with the Carroll County Airport near Berryville. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.22 miles in Chicot County.

It connects US 165 with the Dermott Municipal Airport near Dermott. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.70 miles in Chicot County. It connects US 65 with the Lake Village Municipal Airpott Municipal Airport near Lake Village. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.41 miles in Clay County. It connects US 62/US 67 with the Corning Municipal Airport near Corning. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.31 miles in Clay County. It connects US 49/AR 1 with the Rector Airport near Rector. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.36 miles in Cleburne County. It connects Arkansas Highway 210 with the Heber Springs Municipal Airport in Heber Springs. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.66 miles in Columbia County. The route connects U. S. Route 79 with Magnolia Municipal Airport south of Magnolia. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.73 miles in Conway County. It connects AR 9 with the Morrilton Airport in Morrilton. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.33 miles in Cross County.

The route connects Arkansas Highway 1 with Wynne Municipal Airport in Wynne. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.82 miles in Desha County. The route connects Arkansas Highway 4 with McGehee Municipal Airport in McGehee; the route was shortened on January 7, 2009. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.49 miles in Desha County. The route connects Arkansas Highway 54 with Billy Free Municipal Airport near Dumas. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.50 miles in Drew County. The route connects U. S. Route 278 with Ellis Field in east Monticello. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.40 miles in Fulton County. It connects AR 9 with the Salem Airport in Salem. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 3.58 miles in Howard County. The route connects U. S. Route 371 with Howard County Airport north of Nashville. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.89 miles in Lawrence County. It connects US 67 with the Walnut Ridge Regional Airport in College City. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.13 miles in Madison County.

It connects AR 74 with the Huntsville - Madison County Municipal Airport in Huntsville. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.17 miles in Marion County. It connects AR 178 with the Marion County Regional Airport in Flippin. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 0.4 miles in Polk County. It connects Arkansas Highway 8 with the Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport in Mena. Arkansas Highway 980 is a state highway of 1.0 mile in Van Buren County. It connects AR 16 with the Clinton Municipal Airport in Clinton. Arkansas Highway 980 was a state highway of 0.2 miles in Baxter County. It connected AR 126 with Ozark Regional Airport in Midway, it was removed from the State Highway system on April 27, 2007

Colorado Gold Kings

The Colorado Gold Kings known as the Alaska Gold Kings, were an American professional minor league ice hockey team based in Fairbanks and Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Gold Kings were members of the West Coast Hockey League; the Gold Kings were founded in 1975 as an amateur senior ice hockey team in Fairbanks as the Alaska Teamsters and renamed two years later. In the team's early years the Gold Kings won several national championships at the senior men's level. From the 1980s until 1994 the Gold Kings played as members of the semi-professional Pacific Southwest Hockey League. While in Fairbanks the Gold Kings once hosted their own international tournament, the Alaska Cup, facing the likes of Team Japan and Team Austria, they were the American representatives in the 1990 Tournoi du Mont-Blanc, a traditional tournament played around Christmas in several French Alps resorts. During the 1994–95 season the Gold Kings played in the short-lived Pacific Hockey League, winning the league's only championship.

In 1995, the Gold Kings along with two other former PHL teams, the Fresno Falcons and Anchorage Aces became members of the newly formed professional West Coast Hockey League. The Alaska Gold Kings made their only WCHL playoff appearance during the inaugural 1995–96 season, losing in the first round to the eventual champion San Diego Gulls; the team suspended operations after a last place finish in 1996–97 and did not play in the 1997–98 season. In 1998, the Gold Kings became the Colorado Gold Kings. In its four seasons in Colorado the team fared better than it did in Alaska by qualifying for the postseason every year, but still failed to move past the second round of the playoffs; the Colorado Gold Kings folded after the 2001–02 season. Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime losses, SOL = Shootout losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes Final records