Kearney County is a county in the U. S. state of Nebraska. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 6,489, its county seat is Minden. The county was formed in 1860, it was named for Fort Kearny. Kearney County is part of NE Micropolitan Statistical Area. In the Nebraska license plate system, Kearney County is represented by the prefix 52; the terrain of Kearney County consists of rolling low hills devoted to agriculture. The Platte River flows eastward along the north county boundary; the county has a total area of 516 square miles, of which 516 square miles is land and 0.1 square miles is water. As of the 2000 United States Census there were 6,882 people, 2,643 households, 1,902 families in the county; the population density was 13 people per square mile. There were 2,846 housing units at an average density of 6 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 97.82% White, 0.16% Black or African American, 0.20% Native American, 0.23% Asian, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 0.99% from other races, 0.58% from two or more races.
2.34 % of the population were Latino of any race. There were 2,643 households out of which 34.40% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 62.90% were married couples living together, 6.40% had a female householder with no husband present, 28.00% were non-families. 24.30% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.90% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.50 and the average family size was 2.98. The county population contained 80% under the age of 18, 6.40% from 18 to 24, 27.50% from 25 to 44, 22.70% from 45 to 64, 16.70% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39 years. For every 100 females, there were 98.40 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 94.60 males. The median income for a household in the county was $39,247, the median income for a family was $44,877. Males had a median income of $29,987 versus $20,081 for females; the per capita income for the county was $18,118. About 5.50% of families and 8.50% of the population were below the poverty line, including 10.00% of those under age 18 and 6.80% of those age 65 or over.
Minden Keene Lowell Newark Dobytown Carl Curtis – Republican in the House of Representatives Kearney County voters are Republican. In only one national election since 1936 has the county selected the Democratic Party candidate. National Register of Historic Places listings in Kearney County, Nebraska "Kearney"; the American Cyclopædia. 1879
On the morning of June 27, 2015, heavy rain occurred in a great portion of the Scouting reserve Philmont Scout Ranch, near Cimarron, New Mexico, United States, causing a flash flood. The flood affected some other nearby areas in Colfax County that morning, including highways and small towns around Philmont. One youth Scout, Alden Brock, situated in a campsite within the staff camp Indian Writings, drowned while being swept away by the flood and died; the flood had a significant impact on many individual crews and treks and damaged some campsites. The 2015 flash flood is the largest documented flood in the history of Philmont, is the only flood at Philmont that has caused the death of a person. Throughout much of the summer of 2015, parts of New Mexico were experiencing a monsoon season due to an El Niño. Throughout the season, there had been many other flash flood warnings across New Mexico due to large storms. Fifty years before the 2015 flood, on June 17, 1965, a similar flash flood had occurred at Philmont Scout Ranch.
On the night of June 26, the night before the flood, there were reports of hail and light rain in some areas of Philmont. On the early hours of the morning of June 27, the rain became heavier. At around 3:30 AM that morning, the National Weather Service issued a statement highlighting the threat of a flash flood in the area. At around 4:30 AM, a flash flood, with water levels of over 20 feet at the highest, occurred in several areas of Philmont; some reported loud thunder and nearby lightning strikes during the flood. Outside of Philmont, there had been reports of mudflows and flooding along U. S. Route 64. Boulders tumbled down from canyons in the Cimarron area, causing damage to and blockage of roads; the morning of June 27, when the flood occurred, Crew 380 from Sacramento, was entering the third day of their twelve-day trek. They were situated at a campsite in Indian Writings near North Ponil Canyon, about 20 feet above a small portion of Ponil Creek. Four members of Crew 380, including 13 year-old Alden Brock, the ranger assisting the crew, two other youth Scouts were swept away by the flood from their campsite at about 4:30 am.
The New Mexico State Police arrived at around 9:35 AM on a rescue mission. The two Scouts and the ranger were located but not Brock, they found Brock dead at around 11:00 AM one mile away from the location from which he was swept. Crew 380 decided to finish their trek despite the incident in honor of Brock. Brock's death received nationwide attention from the Scouting community. Shortly after the incident, Philmont staff notified the families of Scouts involved in the flood. Many crews at Philmont associated with the flood were temporarily withheld by Philmont staff until further notice because of logistical issues and because of significant damage to trails. Philmont and the New Mexico State Police offered counseling for those involved in the flood. Many crews affected by the flood had lost many necessary items, such as tents and other camping gear. Several trails and bridges were severely damaged by the flood; because of debris and road blockage, a large portion of U. S. Route 64 in New Mexico was closed for a period of nearly one full day.
Crews affected by the flood were given the opportunity to choose whether they were to continue their treks or to leave Philmont. Some crews decided to leave Philmont; the New Mexico State Police investigated the flood further with the intent of providing more information to improve future preparedness, but came to no conclusions. The investigators believed that the incident could not have been prevented. 2015 Ghost Ranch flash flood Ute Park Fire
"When I Lost You" is a song written and produced by Richard Stannard and released by Pop Idol contestant Sarah Whatmore. The song was due to be included on her debut album, however her record company decided to pull the album; the song was written for Kylie Minogue for her album Fever. The single was released on CD on 9 September 2002 in the United Kingdom, it peaked at number six on the UK Singles Chart in September 2002 and number 32 in Ireland the next month. In May 2003, the song made a brief appearance on Australia's ARIA Singles Chart, peaking at number 49. UK CD single "When I Lost You" "When I Lost You" "When I lost You" "When I Lost You"
Simone Dell'Agnello is an Italian footballer who plays as a forward for Arezzo. Born in Livorno, Dell'Agnello joined Lombard club Internazionale in 2007, he was the club's third highest scorer in the under-17 team with 11 goals in the "Allievi Nazionali" League group stage, in which he scored 22 league goals the following season. He was the understudy of central forward Mattia Destro and Denis Alibec in Primavera under-20 team in 2009–10 season; that season he won UEFA Under-18 Challenge, an experimental match against Bayern Munich youth team. Both teams used players born in 1991, which means Inter lost keeper Belec fullbacks Donati and Mbida, midfielders Fortunato and wing forward Beretta in the starting XI. Moreover, Inter rested Destro. Dell ` Agnello played that match as one of Alibec scored 2 -- 0 for Inter. After Destro's departure, Dell'Agnello scored 15 goals in the league and the joint-top-scorer of 2011 Torneo di Viareggio along with Varese's Giuseppe De Luca with 7 goals. Inter was the champion of the tournament and Dell'Agnello himself won the Golden Boy award.
Dell'Agnello played a few games for Inter first team in friendlies, including 2010 Pirelli Cup. As he eligible to UEFA List B since 2010, he was named in Inter's European squad and was an unused bench in Bremen. Since the appointment of Leonardo, he received a few call-up to the first team but failed to make competitive debut. In 2011–12 season he returned to Livorno in a co-ownership deal, as part of the deal of Francesco Bardi to Inter in a co-ownership deal, which Livorno signed Luca Siligardi in a co-ownership deal. Dell'Agnello made his competitive debut in 2011–12 Coppa Italia third round, substituted Paulinho, losing to Chievo 0–1. In November he faced an anterior cruciate ligament injury in his right leg. In June 2012 the co-ownership deals were terminated. In the 2012–13 Serie B season he scored his first goal for Livorno against Ascoli in Ascoli-Livorno 1-5; the team promoted to Serie A at the end of season. On 11 July 2013 he was signed by Lega Pro Prima Divisione club South Tyrol in a temporary deal.
In summer 2014 he was signed by Barletta. On 10 September 2015 Dell'Agnello was signed by Savona in a temporary deal. In 2016–17 season, Dell'Agnello was a member of Livorno's first team, he played 12 times in 2016–17 Lega Pro. On 28 July 2017 Dell'Agnello joined Cuneo on a temporary deal, he was assigned number 24 shirt. On 11 October 2018, he joined Serie D club Como. On 12 August 2019, he signed a 2-year contract with Arezzo. Dell'Agnello started his youth international career in a born 1992/1993 training camp, he received first call-up for 2007 under-16 international Val-de-Marne tournament. Played twice and scored once in 2009 U-17 Euro qualifying, he only played once in the elite round. In the final round Dell'Agnello played twice in the group stage, substituting midfielder Stephan El Shaarawy, and, as the starting forward in the third match, scored a goal. In the semi-final he continued to partner with Giacomo Beretta, ahead Alberto Libertazzi, losing to Germany 0–2, but still qualified to 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
In the World Junior Cup first game, he was substituted by Federico Carraro in the 59th minute, since losing the starting place, only played again as sub in the quarter-finals, losing to Switzerland 1–2. Dell'Agnello did not entered Daniele Zoratto's under-19 team until March 2011 played a friendly match against Netherlands as sub However he did not entered the squad to 2011 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship elite qualification. Instead, he played the 6th match of 2010–11 Four Nations Tournament. InterTorneo di Viareggio: 2011 Allievi Nazionali: 2008 Football.it profile Simone Dell'Agnello at Soccerway Simone Dell'Agnello – FIFA competition record FIGC
The Sheridan Snyder Tennis Center at the University of Virginia opened in 1997 right next to Memorial Gymnasium. The 13-court facility showcases women's tennis teams; the complex boasts state-of-the-art spectator areas built into the adjacent hillsides. Plans for the complex include a tennis pavilion that will house instructional and meeting areas, tournament administration headquarters, equipment storage space; the tennis center is named after Sheridan Snyder, a 1958 University of Virginia graduate who founded the National Junior Tennis League. Snyder is a board member of Friends of Virginia Tennis. Virginia's Sheridan Snyder Tennis Center not only provides a home for the Cavaliers, but hosts institutions from the community and around the nation. In addition to University faculty and staff tournaments and student classes, the courts accommodate community participants in the Dogwood Festival Tournament, a number of Junior Tournaments. Open 18 hours a day, the Center provides more than 120 hours of tennis opportunities each week.
Tennis facilities at Virginia date back to 1931 with the construction of the Lady Astor tennis courts. The school's first tennis center was made possible by a gift from Nancy Astor, a Virginia-born member of the British Parliament, who contributed her resources on the condition that others would take part in the venture. During the more than six decades since the original 14 courts were built, innumerable matches have been played on the site. Together, the University and The Friends of Tennis program hope to build on Lady Astor's foundation and create the most impressive and functional facility for collegiate tennis in the nation. University of Virginia Virginia Cavaliers Sheridan Snyder Tennis Center at VirginiaSports.com
Aïcha Ben Ahmed is a Tunisian actress who has performed in film, on the stage and on television. She became known in Tunisia in 2012 when she appeared in the series Pour les beaux yeux de Catherine. More she has appeared in several Egyptian films including Saint Augustin, La cellule and Zizou. For her appearance as Hind in Narcisse, Aziz Rouhou, she won the award for best actress at the 2016 Al Hoceïma Film Festival in Morocco. Born on 7 March 1983, Aïcha Ben Ahmed was the daughter of a Tunisair captain; as a result, she travelled as she received free tickets. While still young, she danced in the Sihem Belkhodja group before studying graphic art and publicity at the Ecole d'Art et de Décoration in Tunis, she began her career as an actress in 2010, taking a small part in Nada Mezni Hafaiedh's feature film Histoires tunisiennes. The following year she was given a part in the Syrian film Mon dernier ami directed by Joud Said. In 2012, appearing as Nadia in the television series Pour les beaux yeux de Catherine, she became well known in Tunisia.
She played Zohra in Mohamed Damak's Tunisian feature film Jeudi après-midi. She went to Egypt in 2015 to appear first in Raouf Abdel Aziz's television series Les Mille et une nuits, she had been specially selected to play the role of Qamar Zamen, an amnesiac who tried to establish her identity. Her role as the heroine in Sonia Chamkhi's Narcisse was effective, she went on to win the award for best actress at the 2016 Al Hoceïma Film Festival in Morocco. She appeared in Férid Boughédir's Ziou or Parfum de printemps, awarded the "best film" prize at the 2016 Cairo Film Festival. Still in Egypt, in 2017, Ben Ahmed played the part of Nuha in Tarek Al Eryan's film The Cell, she has recently starred in two Egyptian television series: as Laila in Aigle de la Haute Egypte, for which she was required to cultivate the local accent, in Flèches filantes where she played a terrorist. 2011: Tunisian stories by Nada Mezni Hafaiedh 2012: Mon dernier ami by Joud Saïd 2013: Jeudi après-midi by Mohamed Damak 2015: Narcisse by Sonia Chamkhi 2016: Parfum de printemps by Férid Boughedir 2017: Saint Augustin, le fils de ses larmes by Samir Seïf 2017: The Cell by Tarek Al Eryan 2017: Flèches filantes 2019: The Money by Said El Marouk 2012: Pour les beaux yeux de Catherine by Hamadi Arafa: as Nadia 2013: Njoum Ellil by Mehdi Nasra 2015: Alf Leila wa Leila by Raouf Abdel Aziz 2016: Shehadet Melad by Ahmed Medhat Aïcha Ben Ahmed on Instagram Media related to Aïcha Ben Ahmed at Wikimedia Commons