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Jasper County, Indiana

Jasper County is a county located in the U. S. state of Indiana. As of 2010, the population was 33,478; the county seat is Rensselaer. Jasper County is included in IL-IN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area; the lands of present NW Indiana were explored by French explorer Robert de LaSalle. At that time the area was inhabited by the Miami Confederation of Indians. Through White settlement and confrontation, the various indigenous groups were forced to cede their claim to the area. In October 1818, the Pottawattamies and Delawares ceded their lands west of the Tippecanoe River to the government. In a treaty dated 23 October 1826, the Pottawattamies and Miamis ceded all their lands east of the Tippecanoe. A treaty dated 26 October 1832 with the Pottawattamies ceded control of the northwestern part of Indiana; until the 1832 treaty of 1832, the future Jasper County area was not open to settlement. Northwestern Indiana was less desirable for initial settlement, the land being described as alternate swamps, sterile sand ridges and flat, wet prairies.

It did proliferate in game and settlers found it. The first recorded settler was William Donahue, he was a justice of the peace during the period prior to the county's establishment. Although the settlers were sparse, the state legislature provided for two counties to be established in the area. An act dated 7 February 1835 described the boundaries of Newton and Jasper counties, although their governing structures were not established at that time; the area was attached to White County for civil purposes. In 1836 all the area north of the Kankakee River was partitioned from Jasper as Porter County. By 1837 preparations were being made to create the Jasper County governing structure, with a county commission being elected that year, they first met in January 1838 at the house of Robert Alexander in present-day Benton County. After that, the pro tem county seat was designated as the residence of George W. Spitler, in present-day Iroquois Township, Newton County, where the first meeting was held in March 1839.

The official date of formation of the Jasper County government is given as 15 March 1838. Jasper County was named for Sgt. William Jasper, a famous scout for the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Jasper became famous in 1776, during the bombardment of Fort Moultrie, for erecting a new flagstaff under fire after the American flag had been shot down. Jasper was killed during the Siege of Savannah in 1779. Jasper County's twin county, Newton County, was named after Jasper's friend and comrade, John Newton. A state legislature act dated 29 January 1839 caused the consolidation of Jasper and Newton, with Jasper retaining the name, Newton being erased, the consolidated area being seated at the Falls of the Iroquois River, with the name of Newton. In 1840 the county of Benton was formed from Jasper's area. In 1859 the county of Newton was revived but with smaller area than before, leaving Jasper in its present form; as early as 1825, the majority of the population were against slavery.

By the time of the War, Jasper County was one of the few counties of Indiana that had a military organization under the law of 1855. The war affected Jasper County when 935 soldiers were enlisted on behalf of the Union; this was considered an impressive amount at the time with the average population around 5,000. Although there were several companies from Indiana, the 9th Indiana Infantry Regiment produced Robert H. Milroy, the "Gray Eagle of the Army". Milroy became famous for suppressing Confederate mountain rangers, which caused the Confederate Congress to declare a $100,000 bounty on his head; the 9th Indiana Infantry Regiment became known for its involvement in the Battle of Philippi, one of the earliest battles of the Civil War at Laurel Hill. In comparing the proportions of men able to fight, Indiana contributed more soldiers than any other state to the Union. According to the 2010 census, the county has a total area of 561.39 square miles, of which 559.62 square miles is land and 1.76 square miles is water.

Until the middle of the 19th century when it was drained to make farmland, this county was part of the 2nd largest freshwater wetland in the US, with abundant flora and fauna. This is caused by the Iroquois River, one of the main tributaries of the Kankakee River that flows throughout Jasper County, a major water source for the area. CSX Transportation Norfolk Southern Railway Toledo and Western Railway The municipalities in Jasper County, their populations as of the 2010 Census, are: Rensselaer – 5,859 The 13 townships of Jasper County, with their populations as of the 2010 Census, are: Residents of Jasper County attend public schools administered by four different districts in multiple counties: Kankakee Valley School Corporation Rensselaer Central Schools Corporation Tri-County School Corporation West Central School CorporationHigh Schools Kankakee Valley High School Rensselaer Central High School Covenant Christian High School in DeMotte Middle Schools Kankakee Valley Middle School Rensselaer Central Middle School Elementary Schools DeMotte Christian Elementary School DeMotte Elementary School Kankakee Valley Intermediate School St. Augustine Catholic School Tri-County Primary School Van Re


The epineurium is the outermost layer of dense irregular connective tissue surrounding a peripheral nerve. It surrounds multiple nerve fascicles as well as blood vessels which supply the nerve. Smaller branches of these blood vessels penetrate into the perineurium. In addition to blood vessels which supply the nerve and fibroblasts are present and contribute to the production of collagen fibers that form the backbone of the epineurium. In addition to providing structural support and fibroblasts play a vital role in maintenance and repair of the surrounding tissues; when the spinal nerve leaves the vertebral canal via an intervertebral foramen, two layers of the spinal meninges, the arachnoid and the dura invaginate the nerve to form a dural sleeve of connective tissue, the epineurium. The outer portion of this sleeve comprises the external epineurium which permits longitudinal nerve excursion and absorption of longitudinal stress; the layer of the epineurium that extends within the nerve to define the fascicles is termed the internal epineurium.

Together, these two layers form the epineurium, which varies in thickness along the course of a nerve. The epineurium is most abundant around joints, as its function is to protect the nerves from stretching and subsequent injury. A common surgical procedure to repair a torn nerve via the epineurium is termed an epineurial repair. Connective tissue in the peripheral nervous system Perineurium Endoneurium Epimysium, a similar type of connective tissue which surrounds muscles Anatomy photo: nervous/pns/nerve1/nerve1 - Comparative Organology at University of California, Davis - "PNS, nerve" Anatomy photo: nervous/pns/nerve2/nerve1 - Comparative Organology at University of California, Davis - "PNS, nerve" Diagram at Howard

Addicted to Noise

Addicted to Noise was an online music magazine in the early days of the World Wide Web. Founded in 1994 by ex-Rolling Stone associate editor and senior writer Michael Goldberg and online music pioneer Jon Luini, it published its first issue in December 1994 and was the first online magazine to include audio samples alongside new album reviews. Among the many artists interviewed for ATN were R. E. M. Neil Young, Patti Smith, Sonic Youth, Chris Isaak, Green Day, American Music Club, Tom Waits, Paul Westerberg, Lou Reed, David Lowery of Cracker/ Camper Van Beethoven, Sleater-Kinney and Prince; the distinctive logo – a coat of arms using two syringes, but changed so it featured two guitars – was designed by artist Frank Kozik. ATN's daily "Music News of the World" became a source of music news used by MTV, numerous radio stations throughout the world, many print publications including the NME and Melody Maker. Goldberg enlisted a who's who of music critics to write for ATN including Dave Marsh, Greil Marcus, Richard Meltzer, Ed Ward, Billy Altman, Deborah Frost, Bud Scoppa, Roy Trakin, Chris Morris, others.

Music and literary stars including Joey Ramone, William Gibson, Was co-leader David Was, Patti Smith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye, Sleater-Kinney's Corin Tucker wrote guest columns or reviews. In 1997, ATN and SonicNet were both acquired by Paradigm Music Entertainment, which in turn was acquired by TCI Music, acquired by Viacom in 1999 and folded into MTV's online operation, MTVi. Goldberg became a Senior Vice-President at SonicNet where he was Editor in Chief of both SonicNet and Addicted To Noise, he went on to found a music and culture blog, Days of the Crazy-Wild and is a columnist for the Australian Addicted to Noise. Luini remains in the digital media business, serves as the president and founder of Chime Interactive, a digital media consulting agency, among other ventures. Former Director of Ad Sales, David Hyman, went on to found MOG. In 2008 MTV started a short-lived online venture using the same domain name. Pioneering Webzine Addicted To Noise Folds The Goldberg Variations:Neumu Editor Addicted to Criticism

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Events during the year 2009 in Poland. 17 February – Rescue helicopter Mil Mi-2 of the Polish Medical Air Rescue has crashed in Jarostów. 27 February – Combat helicopter Mil Mi-24 of the Polish Air Force has crashed in Szadłowice. 31 March - An-28 Bryza-2RF transport plane of Polish Air Force has crashed in the Babie Doły district of Gdynia. 6 April - one death and 25 wounded in a train crash near Białogard 13 April - Kamień Pomorski homeless hostel fire. 23 deaths. President of Poland declared a 3-day national mourning. 31 May - last flight of the Polish airline Centralwings Poland hit by 2009 European floods 7 June: European Parliament election takes place in Poland. 30 August- Su-27 combat plane of Belorussian Air Force has crashed during the Radom Air Show 2009. 18 September: 20 deaths and 37 wounded following 2009 Wujek-Śląsk mine blast 4 October: The Alley of Stars is opened in Warsaw. 7 February: Piotr Stańczak, Polish geologist beheaded by Islamic terrorists in Pakistan 2009 in Polish television

Paul Hilton (British actor)

Paul Hilton, is an English actor on stage, TV. He trained at the Welsh College of Drama, he has starred as "William Palmer" in the Pilgrim radio dramas on BBC Radio 4's Afternoon Play series and appeared in TV programmes including Garrow's Law, The Bill, Silent Witness, Wire in the Blood, Midsomer Murders, Robin Hood, has had regular character roles in True Dare Kiss and Casualty 1909. Hilton appeared in the film Klimt and as Mr. Earnshaw Snr. in Andrea Arnold's 2011 adaptation of Wuthering Heights. In 2010 he appeared as Sandy in Mark Haddon's play Polar Bears at the Donmar Warehouse, in 2011 played the title role in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus at Shakespeare's Globe. In July 2015, he will be part of the premiere cast of Damon Albarn's new musical at the Manchester International Festival. For director Rufus Norris he was The Boson in Lucy Kirkwood's Mosquitoes at London's National Theatre, he played the character of The Fool in the Deep Time Walk Mobile Guide, produced in 2016/7 by Jeremy Mortimer.

He appeared as Alexander, the husband of the protagonist Katherine in the 2016 film Lady Macbeth, which transposed the action of the novel by Nikolai Leskov to the Northeast of England. In 2017 he starred in the title role in a National Theatre Live production of Peter Pan, he played the part of David Holmes in the television drama series A Very English Scandal, based upon John Preston's non-fiction book about the Thorpe affair. In 2018 he appeared in the world premiere of Matthew Lopez's new play The Inheritance, inspired by the novel Howards End by E. M. Forster, at London's Young Vic and transferring to the West End. Paul Hilton on IMDb


Senwabarwana is a town in the Blouberg Local Municipality of the Capricorn District Municipality in the Limpopo province of South Africa. The town is the seat of the Blouberg Local Municipality, it is located about 93 km northwest on the route to Doringpad. The colonial name may refer to the German industrial city of Bochum or be a corruption of Bochim, a biblical name; the place was named by the German missionary Carl Franz and his wife Helene to a mission station they established there in 1890. The majority language group of the area, Northern Sotho peopleand they refer themselves as Bahananwa, call the town Senwabarwana, a commemorative name for an incident that took place in a pond where the Khoi people found and drank water in their travelling, thus passing by. Due to their height they are proclaimed dwarf by natives which means Morwana in Northern Sotho and in a plural form is Barwana, hence Senwabarwana". German missionary Carl Franz and his wife Helene founded a hospital that used to cater for people with leprosy.

The missionary station was part of the attempts of the Berlin Missionary Society to christianize Southern Africa in the 19th century. The hospital is now known as Helene-Franz hospital, it has a bad reputation because of its high mortality rates stats and it is referred by old people as "the hospital of death". The hospital offers basic primary health care; the town grew around the hospital, founded by a strong black businessman named Mr. Stanley Thema, who started the first building in the area and expanded to businesses. Bochum is now one of the fastest-growing rural towns in the world; the place is known for its diverse people from chieftaincies such as Ga-Manthata, Ga-Matlala, Ga-Mmalebogo, Moletši and the small town of Mogwadi. Capricorn TVET College Senwabarwana Campus. New Life Computer Training College. Phala Secondary School. Phagamang Secondary School. Kgolothwane Secondary School. Tema Secondary School Matthew Phosa Secondary School Maleboho Senior Secondary School. Kgebetli. Senwabarwana.

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