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Blue Mountain, Arkansas

Blue Mountain is a town in Logan County, United States. The population was 124 at the 2010 census. Edwin "Big Ed" Wilkes, a radio personality in Lubbock, was born in Blue Mountain but moved to Lubbock with his family in 1942. Blue Mountain is located south of the center of Logan County at 35°7′51″N 93°42′44″W, it is bordered to the east by Yell County. The town sits in a valley bordered to the south by 860-foot-high Potts Ridge and to the north by the west end of Mount Magazine, which 4 miles farther east rises to the highest point in Arkansas at 2,753 feet. Arkansas Highway 10 passes through the town, leading west 5 miles to Magazine and 12 miles to Booneville, the southern Logan county seat, east 11 miles to Havana. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town of Blue Mountain has an area of 1.1 square miles, all of it recorded as land. The town is drained by Ashley Creek, which flows to the south through Potts Ridge to Blue Mountain Lake, a reservoir on the Petit Jean River, an east-flowing tributary of the Arkansas River.

As of the census of 2000, there were 132 people, 55 households, 33 families residing in the town. The population density was 47.2/km². There were 67 housing units at an average density of 24.0/km². The racial makeup of the town was 100.00% White. There were 55 households out of which 29.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.1% were married couples living together, 7.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 38.2% were non-families. 32.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 16.4% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.40 and the average family size was 3.15. In the town, the population was spread out with 26.5% under the age of 18, 3.8% from 18 to 24, 25.8% from 25 to 44, 25.0% from 45 to 64, 18.9% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 42 years. For every 100 females, there were 109.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 102.1 males. The median income for a household in the town was $16,500, the median income for a family was $23,750.

Males had a median income of $32,500 versus $21,667 for females. The per capita income for the town was $10,481. There were 5.6% of families and 19.3% of the population living below the poverty line, including 23.5% of under eighteens and 3.8% of those over 64. Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture entry

Mitja Novinič

Mitja Novinič is a Slovenian professional footballer who plays as midfielder under contract for Italian Serie A club Milan. Novinič joined Italian club Milan from Nafta Lendava in June 2007, he spent four seasons in the club's youth system and was a member of the under-20 side who won the Coppa Italia Primavera in 2010, 25 years after the club's last success in the competition. Novinič was called-up a couple of times for first-team games since 2009, but he was never fielded nor named on the bench. For the 2011–12 season, Novinič was loaned out to Prima Divisione club Virtus Lanciano, he made his official debut for the club on 7 August 2011, in the first preliminary round of the Coppa Italia against Castel Girone, coming off the bench in the second half, as Lanciano lost 1–2. He went on to make 12 league appearances, as Lanciano won promotion to Serie B through the play-offs. At the beginning of the 2012–13 season, Novinič was sent on loan to Seconda Divisione club Teramo; as of 1 July 2013. 1European competitions include the UEFA Champions League.2Other tournaments include Prima Divisione promotion play-offs and Seconda Divisione promotion play-offs.

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2019 IIHF World U18 Championship Division II

The 2019 IIHF U18 World Championship Division II were two international under-18 ice hockey tournaments organised by the International Ice Hockey Federation. The Division II A and Division II B tournaments represent the fourth and the fifth tier of the IIHF World U18 Championship; the Division II A tournament was played in Elektrėnai, from 7 to 13 April 2019. All times are local. Best Players Selected by the DirectorateGoaltender: Nikita Kuzminov Defenceman: Szymon Bieniek Forward: Kirill LodeikinSource: IIHF The Division II B tournament was played in Belgrade, from 25 to 31 March 2019. All times are local. Best Players Selected by the DirectorateGoaltender: Jowin Ansems Defenceman: Ernesto Klem Forward: Strahinja VdovićSource: IIHF

Save Us

"Save Us", is a single from UK rock band Feeder. Taken from their compilation The Singles, it is one of the three new songs on the album; the DVD of the single includes footage of when the band visited The Congo, for the charity War Child who supports children living in war-torn countries. The members of Feeder are patrons of the charity themselves; when the single charted, it entered at # 34. However, it helped the compilation album The Singles improve its weekly chart performance for a few weeks bringing it back into the top 20 after a four-week spell holding at #21. Before the release of the single, The Singles was a platinum-selling album having spent four weeks in the UK top ten album chart, thus denting its chances to chart high. Many high street and online retailers were selling the album for a lower or higher price, with little difference than the "Save Us" single on all three of its formats. "Save Us" - 3:51 "Purify" - 3:51 "Dove Grey Sands" - 4:05 "Save Us" - 3:51 "Purify" - 3:51 "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" "Save Us" Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

1937 Irish general election

The 1937 Irish general election was held on 1 July 1937, just over two weeks after the dissolution of the Dáil on 14 June. A plebiscite on whether to approve the new Constitution of Ireland was held on the same day; the newly elected 138 members of the 9th Dáil assembled at Leinster House on 21 July 1937 when the new President of the Executive Council and Executive Council of the Irish Free State were appointed. Fianna Fáil retained power; the general election took place in 34 parliamentary constituencies throughout the Irish Free State for 138 seats in the lower house of parliament, Dáil Éireann. For this election the number of seats in the Dáil was reduced from 153 to 138 seats. Fianna Fáil minority government formed. Ernest Benson Cormac Breslin Patrick Browne Thomas Burke A. P. Byrne Michael Colbert Matthew Davis John Esmonde John Friel Archibald Heron Timothy Linehan Gerrard McGowan John Munnelly Jeremiah Ryan Laurence Walsh Patrick Gorry Joseph Mongan William Broderick William Browne Eamonn Cooney Robert Davitt Hugh Doherty Eamon Donnelly Stephen Jordan Séamus Keely Patrick Kehoe William Kent James McGuire Conor Maguire James Morrisroe Patrick Murphy Patrick O'Dowd Margaret Mary Pearse James Reidy Members of the 9th Dáil Government of the 9th Dáil Parliamentary Secretaries of the 9th Dáil

F.C. Grosseto S.S.D.

F. C. Grosseto S. S. D. is an Italian association football club, based in the city of Tuscany. The club was founded in 1912; the team's most associated nickname is grifone, after its logo, depicting a griffon. Its colours are red and white, it plays in Serie D, the fourth level of Italian football; the club participated in professional league until 2015 as Unione Sportiva Grosseto Football Club. However the club failed to qualify for the 2015–16 Lega Pro, the third level of Italian football, following the departure of chairman Piero Camilli. Thanks to Article 52 of N. O. I. F. A phoenix club, F. C. Grosseto S. S. D. was admitted into the 2015 -- the fourth level of Italian football instead. The club was founded in 1912 as Football Club Grosseto, made its debut in a match played and lost in Orbetello; the club joined the Italian Football Federation only nine years in 1921, being admitted in the Promozione division. In 1927, the club changes its official colours from black/white to the current white/red. Since its foundation, Grosseto played extensively from Serie C to the amateur leagues.

In 1995 the club was cancelled by the football federation because of financial troubles, thus losing the right to participate in the Serie C2 after having won Serie D the same year. Following these events, Grosseto joined Eccellenza, ending it in fifteenth place being therefore relegated to Promozione. Two consecutive promotions from 1997 to 1999 however brought Grosseto back to Serie D. In 2000, Piero Camilli purchased the club with the aim to bring Grosseto back in the pros. In the 2001–2002 season, Grosseto ended as Serie D runners-up, but were admitted to Serie C2 to fill a league vacancy; the club successively won Serie C2 in 2004, being thus promoted to Serie C1. In 2005, Grosseto qualified for the promotion playoffs. However, in the 2006–2007 season, under head coach Antonello Cuccureddu, who replaced Massimiliano Allegri after the ninth matchday, Grosseto managed to win Serie C1/A following a 1–0 away win at Padova in the final matchday with a goal by Carl Valeri, thus gaining a historical spot in the Serie B 2007-08.

Cuccureddu left Grosseto by mutual consent with the club a few days following the triumphal win, Giorgio Roselli was appointed to replace him for the 2007–08 Serie B club campaign. The club started their historical first Serie B campaign with three disappointing consecutive defeats which led, on 11 September 2007, to the dismissal of Roselli and his replacement with former Parma boss Stefano Pioli, who led the team to a mid-table finish; the 2008–09 season started with higher expectations under new head coach Elio Gustinetti. The subsequent return of Gustinetti led the team to finishing in 6th place and Grosseto acceded to the play-off; the maremmani won the first match against Livorno, but they lost the second match being surpassed by the rivals and failing the promotion to Serie A. The 2009–10 season was a good season for the club, which finished in 7th place only a few points off the play-off zone, it was although a memorable season for Grosseto, thanks to their top striker Mauricio Pinilla who scored 24 goals in 24 matches and was transferred to US Palermo, in the Serie A, during the 2010 summer transfer market.

On 10 August 2012, Grosseto was provisionally, not yet enforceable, relegated, by the Disciplinary Commission set up for Scommessopoli scandal investigations, to Lega Pro Prima Divisione because of their involvement in Scommessopoli scandal. Furthermore, the president of Grosseto has been suspended from all football activities for five years, but on 22 August 2012, Grosseto and its president are absolved by the Court of justice eliminating the verdict of the first instance and so readmitted to Serie B. In summer 2015, U. S. Grosseto F. C. went bankrupt. A new club, F. C. Grosseto S. S. D. Successfully applied as a successor on 6 August 2015. However, the club folded after a relegation to Eccellenza Tuscany in 2017. Serie C1 Winners: 2006–07 Supercoppa di Lega Serie C1 Winners: 2007 Serie C2 Winners: 2003–04 Serie D Winners: 1960–61, 1972–73, 1994–95 Runners-up: 2001–02 Eccellenza Tuscany Runners-up: 1997–98 Winners: 2018-2019 Promozione Tuscany Winners: 1996–97 Official website Official site of U.

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