Lake and Peninsula Borough is a borough in the state of Alaska. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,631; the borough seat of King Salmon is located in neighboring Bristol Bay Borough, although is not the seat of that borough. The most populous community in the borough is the city of Newhalen. With an average of 0.0296 inhabitants/km2, the Lake and Peninsula Borough is the second least densely populated organized county-equivalent in the United States. The borough has an area of 32,922 square miles, of which 23,652 square miles is land and 9,270 square miles is water; the borough occupies most of the Alaska Peninsula. Its land area is larger than that of San Bernardino County, the largest county in the contiguous Lower 48 states, as large as the state of West Virginia. Bethel Census Area, Alaska – north Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska – east Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska – southeast Aleutians East Borough, Alaska – west Bristol Bay Borough, Alaska – west Dillingham Census Area, Alaska – west Alagnak Wild River Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Sutwik Island Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve Becharof National Wildlife Refuge Becharof Wilderness Katmai National Park and Preserve Katmai Wilderness Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Lake Clark Wilderness As of the census of 2000, there were 1,823 people, 588 households, 418 families residing in the borough.
The population density was 0.059 people per square mile. There were 1,557 housing units at an average density of 0.05 per square mile. The racial makeup of the borough was 18.76% White, 0.05% Black or African American, 73.51% Native American, 0.22% Asian, 0.16% Pacific Islander, 0.33% from other races, 6.97% from two or more races. 1.15 % of the population were Latino of any race. About 5.41% reported speaking a Yupik language at home, while 3.87% speak Alutiiq and 1.23% an Athabaskan language. Some 44.70% of households had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.50% were married couples living together, 9.70% had a female householder with no husband present, 28.90% were non-families. About 24.70% of all households were made up of individuals, 3.90% consisted of a sole occupant 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.10 and the average family size was 3.74. In the borough, the age of the population was spread out with 37.80% under the age of 18, 8.50% from 18 to 24, 28.00% from 25 to 44, 20.20% from 45 to 64, 5.40% who were 65 years of age or older.
The median age was 29 years. For every 100 females, there were 113.50 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 124.10 males. Chignik Egegik Newhalen Nondalton Pilot Point Port Heiden List of airports in the Lake and Peninsula Borough Official link Media related to Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska at Wikimedia Commons Borough map: Alaska Department of Labor
Johan van Lom was a Dutch lawyer who worked with the Dutch resistance during World War II and toward the end of the war collaborated with the Nazis, allowing them to arrest other members of the Dutch resistance in return for the freedom of a family friend. His betrayal of Teus van Vliet led to the arrest and subsequent execution of Walraven van Hall and leader of the resistance. Van Lom himself was executed by members of the resistance. Van Lom was unable to finish his studies during the German occupation, he found work with the lawyer Jan de Pont, whose firm, in The Hague and Amsterdam, defended Jewish families and members of the Dutch resistance. In that capacity he met a number of high-ranking resistance members, including Wim van Norden publisher of the illegal newspaper Het Parool. De Pont managed to get a considerable number of Parool people released after a trial, the so-called tweede Parool-proces, before the German Obergericht at Utrecht in 1944. After the trial, van Norden asked de Pont to assist him in setting up a pension fund for resistance fighters.
De Pont declined because he wanted at all costs to avoid being associated with illegaliteit, directing him instead to van Lom, an idealistic and newly married young man. Why van Lom subsequently turned collaborator is a matter of contention among journalists and family members. According to this theory, van Lom gave up information that led to the arrest of a number of resistance members in exchange for the freedom of the young woman, he had negotiated with Friedrich Viebahn of the Sicherheitsdienst in Amsterdam that none of the people arrested were to be executed. Van Lom fled Amsterdam after the arrests in January 1945, returned in March. After a meeting with a resistance member he was abducted and interrogated, sentenced to die by poisoning. Either he refused to drink the poison or it did not have the desired effect and he was despatched with a shot to the neck, his body dumped in the Keizersgracht, he was 26 years old
MTV Eesti was a twenty-four-hour music and entertainment channel operated by MTV Networks Europe. The channel began on 4 September 2006 at 22:00 EEST; the channel was available in Estonia. In 2006, MTV Networks Europe established MTV Networks Baltic a new broadcasting service which provided localized channels for Latvia and Estonia. MTV Networks Baltic launched three separate channels within the region in September 2006; the first video to air on MTV Estonia was Vanilla Ninja - Rockstarz In 2008, MTV Networks International signed a new licensing agreement with Israeli Communications company Ananey Communications to operate and manage the MTV brand within the Baltic Region. The channel ceased broadcasting on 18 November 2009; as of 18 November 2009 MTV Europe has replaced MTV Baltic channels. Piret Järvis Similar to other MTV channels in Europe. MTV Estonia featured both international entertainments shows. Superock Party Zone, Chill Out Zone Alternative Nation Nu Rave MTV Amour Baltic Top 20 Dancefloor Chart Euro Top 20 UK Top 10 Hitlist Base Chart Rock Chart Top 10 @ 10 World Chart Express Fist Of Zen My Super Sweet 16 The City, Parental Control Exposed Busted A Double Shot at Love, Happy Tree Friends
The Greater Western Sydney Giants' 2015 season was its 4th season in the Australian Football League. The 2015 AFL season was the 119th season of the VFL/AFL competition since its inception in 1897. Spotless Stadium once again acted as the club's primary home ground, hosting eight of the club's eleven home games, with three games played at their secondary home ground, StarTrack Oval in Canberra; the three matches at StarTrack Oval were against Melbourne, the Gold Coast Suns and Geelong in rounds 2, 4 and 17 respectively. Because Spotless Stadium was unavailable for the first five rounds of the regular season due to its required use by the Sydney Royal Easter Show, the club played its first two home games in Canberra, while the first of the two annual Sydney Derbies against the Sydney Swans were played at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Round 3, with the Giants hosting the return fixture in Round 21; the club played Carlton, Gold Coast, Melbourne, St Kilda and Sydney twice during the regular season, traveled interstate ten times.
Major sponsors Virgin Australia and Lifebroker continued as the club's two major sponsors, while BLK will manufacture the club's on-and-off field apparel for the next five seasons starting in 2015. Leon Cameron continued as the club's head coach for the second consecutive season, while Callan Ward and Phil Davis continued as the club's co-captains for the fourth consecutive season. Both have held their respective positions since 2012, respectively; the Giants underwent an overhaul of their playing list during the off-season, bringing in experienced players Joel Patfull and Ryan Griffen from the Brisbane Lions and Western Bulldogs during the trade period. In addition to Josh Hunt and Stephen Gilham announcing their retirements shortly before the conclusion of the regular season, the club offloaded several key players, including the previous year's number one draft pick, Tom Boyd, who wanted to be traded to the Western Bulldogs after only one season at the Giants, Kristian Jaksch and Mark Whiley, who were both traded to Carlton, Jonathan Giles, who requested a trade home to South Australia but ended up at Essendon, Sam Frost, traded to Melbourne after requesting a trade back to his home state.
The following summarises all player changes between the conclusion of the 2014 season and the commencement of the 2015 season. The club played three practice matches as part of the 2015 NAB Challenge, which were played under modified pre-season rules, including nine-point goals. Round 2: Prime Minister's Cup As 2015 was Greater Western Sydney's best season since the club was admitted to the competition, a large range of records and milestones were met and broken during the season: Round 1: Greater Western Sydney's first win over St Kilda in a premiership match Greater Western Sydney's third consecutive away win Round 2: Greater Western Sydney's third consecutive win Highest score in any quarter: 9.2 in the third quarter Highest score in any half: 13.5 in the second half Biggest turnaround in a premiership match Round 4: Highest ladder placing after a completed round: 2nd Round 6: Greater Western Sydney's first win over Hawthorn in a premiership match Greater Western Sydney's first win against a defending premier Equal most goals kicked in a match by a Giants player: Jeremy Cameron Most goals kicked by in a match by a Giants player at Sydney Showground Stadium: Jeremy Cameron Round 7: Greater Western Sydney's greatest winning margin Greater Western Sydney's highest score Round 8: Greater Western Sydney's best first quarter score Greater Western Sydney's first win over Adelaide in a premiership match Round 10: Greater Western Sydney's win over the Brisbane Lions was their seventh victory for the season, thus breaking the record for most wins in a single season.
Round 1: Ryan Griffen – First game for Greater Western Sydney Joel Patfull – First game for Greater Western Sydney Tomas Bugg – 50th AFL game Dylan Shiel – 50th AFL game Round 4: Rhys Palmer – 100th AFL game Round 6: Stephen Coniglio – 50th AFL game Round 9: Heath Shaw – 200th AFL game Round 12: Caleb Marchbank – AFL debut Jack Steele – AFL debut Round 16: Curtly Hampton – 50th AFL game Tom Scully – 100th AFL game Round 17: Adam Tomlinson – 50th AFL game italics denotes ineligible player a "Points" refers to carry-over points accrued following the sanction. For example, 154.69 points draw a one-match suspension, with 54.69 carry-over points
Birmingham Public Schools, formally the Birmingham City School District, is the public school district for Birmingham, Michigan. Beyond Birmingham, the district provides public school services for Southfield Township, which encompasses the villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Franklin; the current superintendent is Mark Dziatczak. In 1834, the first "district" school in Birmingham opened; this school was housed in John Hamilton's old log house at Hamilton Road and Old Woodward Ave. Rev. Lemuel M. Partridge served as the teacher. In 1855, the brick "Old Red Schoolhouse" was built at Maple and Southfield roads and served as a school until 1869; the Allen House, part of the Birmingham Historical Museum, now stands. A new school became the site of Birmingham's first high school; that first high school became known as Baldwin High School in 1951, Birmingham High School, in 1959, Seaholm High School. The former Baldwin High School became Birmingham's first middle school. Through the 1930s other districts had their own elementary schools and sent paid tuition students to Baldwin High School in the Birmingham district.
Throughout the 1940s, other school districts in the area were encouraged by the state to join Birmingham's school district. Southfield joined in 1943, Bloomfield Village in 1946, Franklin in 1945 and Walnut Lake in 1947. Birmingham Public Schools runs eight elementary schools, one 3–8th grade school, two middle schools, two high schools, one alternative high school; each elementary school hosts a half day preschool program and the district runs a preschool program out of Midvale BPS Early Childcare Center. Groves High School Seaholm High School Lincoln Street Alternative school Berkshire Middle School Derby Middle School Birmingham Covington School Beverly Elementary School Bingham Farms Elementary School Pembroke Elementary School Pierce Elementary School West Maple Elementary School Quarton Elementary School Greenfield Elementary School Harlan Elementary School http://www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/ http://bcsonline.info http://www.bhamgov.org/history/museum/early_school_history.php http://www.bhamgov.org/history/museum/birmingham_schools_the_modern_era.php https://web.archive.org/web/20120218030520/http://beverly.birmingham.k12.mi.us/
Byron Roberts, son of Moses L and Esther Silverman, was a Producer, Production Manager, Second Unit Director and Assistant Director, most notably of Logan's Run and Baby Face Nelson with Mickey Rooney and Carolyn Jones. He was a frequent collaborator of low budget producer Al Zimbalist; the Gong Show Movie The Day the Lord Got Busted... aka Soul Hustler The Hard Ride Young Dillinger Valley of the Dragons... aka Prehistoric Valley Five Gates to Hell Baby Face Nelson From Hell It Came Sierra Stranger Hot Rod Girl Byron Roberts on Internet Movie Database Logan's Run trailer and promo on Turner Classic Movies