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Holtålen

Holtålen is a municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway. It is part of the Gauldalen region; the administrative centre of the municipality is located in the Ålen area of the village of Renbygda. Other villages in the municipality include Hessdalen and Haltdalen; the 1,210-square-kilometre municipality is the 82nd largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. Holtålen is the 326th most populous municipality in Norway with a population of 2,023; the municipality's population density is 1.7 inhabitants per square kilometre and its population has decreased by 2% over the last decade. The municipality of Holtaalen was established on 1 January 1838. In 1841, the western part of the municipality was separated to become the municipality of Singsaas; this left Holtaalen with 1,885 residents. In 1855, the southeastern part of Holtaalen was separated to become the municipality of Aalen, leaving Holtaalen with 809 residents; the spelling of the name was changed to Holtålen in 1921. In 1937, the name was changed from Holtålen to Haltdalen.

On 1 January 1972, the municipality of Haltdalen was merged with the neighboring municipality of Ålen to form the new municipality of Holtålen. Prior to the merger, Haltdalen had 778 residents. On 21 April 1989, a small unpopulated part of the neighboring municipality o fRøros was transferred to Holtålen. On 1 January 2018, the municipality switched from the old Sør-Trøndelag county to the new Trøndelag county; the Old Norse forms of the name was Holtáll. The first element is the old name of the local river Holda; the last element was dalr which means "valley" or "dale", but this name was replaced by the word áll which means "ditch" or "gully". The spelling was Holtaalen, in the 20th century the spelling was changed to the current Holtålen; the coat of arms was granted in 1988. The arms show a willow ptarmigan in silver or white on a red background; this common local bird was chosen to reflect the importance of hunting in the municipality. The Church of Norway has three parishes within the municipality of Holtålen.

It is part of the Gauldal prosti in the Diocese of Nidaros. The Gauldalen valley with the river Gaula originates from the mountainous area near the mining town of Røros, about 35 kilometres south of Renbygda, listed as a World Heritage Site. At the village of Renbygda the deep Gauldalen valley disappears into the mountains, not far from the lake Riasten; the western part of Holtålen is where the Forollhogna National Park is located with the mountain Forollhogna on the border with Midtre Gauldal municipality. The lake Øyungen lies just outside the park; the Kjøli and Killingdal copper mines are located in the southeastern part of Holtålen. The last mine in production was Killingdal until it closed down in 1986. Hessdalen is a mountain valley joining the Gauldal valley close to the village of Renbygda. Around 1983, Hessdalen became famous for the Hessdalen lights; because of this the Hessdalen AMS station was founded in the valley. The Rørosbanen railway line runs through the municipality, stopping at the Ålen Station and Haltdalen Station.

All municipalities in Norway, including Holtålen, are responsible for primary education, outpatient health services, senior citizen services and other social services, economic development, municipal roads. The municipality is governed by a municipal council of elected representatives, which in turn elect a mayor; the municipality falls under the Frostating Court of Appeal. The municipal council of Holtålen is made up of 15 representatives that are elected to four year terms; the party breakdown of the council is as follows: Trøndelag travel guide from Wikivoyage Municipal fact sheet from Statistics Norway

Gareth Denman

Gareth Denman is an English rugby union player for Coventry in the RFU Championship. A graduate of their academy, the prop began his rugby career at Leeds Carnegie making his debut for them in 2008 against Sale Sharks in the LV= Cup. Denman stayed at Leeds for one season after their relegation to the RFU Championship in 2011 but moved to Rotherham Titans in the second-tier of English rugby, for the following campaign. Joining Saints in the Aviva Premiership in 2013, Denman has since made 66 appearances for the Midlands side. In that time he assisted in Saints' most successful period, featuring the season in which they lifted the Aviva Premiership and playing in the European Rugby Challenge Cup final that same season as the Northampton side completed the double; this season Denman aided Saints in their campaign for European Rugby Champions Cup rugby for next season as the Northampton side fell to Harlequins on the final day of the Premiership season and therefore entered the play-offs for the final spot in the European competition for that season.

Denman featured in both play-offs as Saints defeated both Connacht Rugby and Stade Français to secure that final top-tier European place. It was announced earlier this season that Denman would link up with Gloucester Rugby at the conclusion of the 2016/17 Aviva Premiership season after spending four seasons in Northampton. On 9 April 2019, Denman will return to the RFU Championship with Coventry from the 2019-20 season. Gareth Denman at ESPNscrum

Hyrum Pope

Hyrum Conrad Pope was a German-born architect with important architectural works throughout the western United States and Canada. Pope was born in Fürth and immigrated to the United States as a teenager, he went to school at the Art Institute of Chicago where he was influenced in the Prairie School architectural style. In 1910, he opened an architectural firm with Harold W. Burton in Utah. Pope designed a variety of places of worship for many faiths, civic buildings and homes, some of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places; as young architects, Pope & Burton won design competitions for two of their most well-known works, the Cardston Alberta and Laie Hawaii temples for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On he became Chairman of the Board of Temple Architects for the church and oversaw the design and construction of the Idaho Falls Idaho and Los Angeles California temples. At the dedication proceedings of the Cardston Alberta Temple, Pope remarked that temple architecture "should be ancient as well as modern.

It should express all the power which we associate with God." Pope married Eliza Rutishauser. His son Theodore Pope became an architect. Pope died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack in Preston, Idaho in 1939 while inspecting the construction of the Franklin County Courthouse. Malcolm and Elizabeth Keyser House, NRHP-listed Julia Budge Nibley House Walter Scott Weiler House St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Salt Lake City Brooklyn Chapel Meetinghouse; the Evening Star Baptist Church on Franklin and Gates Denver First Ward Meetinghouse Vernal Second Ward Chapel Centerville Ward Chapel Highland Park Ward Meetinghouse. Designed by Burton & Pope. NRHP-listed in Highland Park Historic District Ezra Thompson Building. Known as the former Salt Lake Tribune building) Tribune Building, by Pope & Burton, NRHP-listed Memorial House Facade, in Memory Grove Provo First Ward Meetinghouse Phoenix Second Ward Meetinghouse, NRHP-listed in Roosevelt Historic District University Ward Chapel, NRHP-listed in University Neighborhood Historic District LeConte Stewart House, Utah, NRHP-listed Franklin County Courthouse, Idaho, NRHP-listed Emigration Ward Chapel Liberty Stake 1st Ward Meetinghouse Park Stake First Ward Meetinghouse NRHP-listed Nephi First and Second Ward Chapel Hyde Park Ward Chapel