Love County is a county on the southern border of the U. S. state of Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,423, its county seat is Marietta. The county was created at statehood in 1907 and named for Overton Love, a prominent Chickasaw farmer and politician. For tourism purposes, the Oklahoma Department of Tourism includes Love County in'Chickasaw Country'. Love County is part of the Texoma region; the Louisiana Purchase, effected in 1803, included all of the present state of Oklahoma except the Panhandle. Explorers and traders began travelling extensively through the area, intending to find trade routes to Santa Fe; the Quapaw were the principal Native Americans living south of the Canadian River. The Quapaws ceded their land to the American government in 1818, were replaced by the Choctaws in the early 1830s; the Chickasaws were assigned land in the middle of Choctaw territory during 1837-8. Overton Love was one of the earliest Chickasaws, he was twenty years old when he arrived in Indian Territory from Mississippi in 1843.
His settlement became known as Love's Valley. He became one of the largest Chickasaw landowners and cattle raisers in the area, working 8,000 acres of Red River Bottomland.. He became a member of both houses of the Chickasaw National Council, a county and district judge, a member of the Dawes Commission. Prior to statehood, the area now known as Love County was part of Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, it had three incorporated towns: Marietta and Thackerville. It contained two unincorporated postal areas: Burneyville and Overbrook; the settlement of Courtney at the mouth of Mud Creek was settled ca. 1872 by Henry D. Courtney. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has an area of 532 square miles, of which 514 square miles is land and 18 square miles is water, it is the fifth-smallest county in Oklahoma by land area. Love County is with a rolling to hilly topography; the Red River and its tributaries Simon Creek, Walnut Bayou, Hickory Creek and Mud Creek drain the county.
Lake Murray is on the northeastern border and Lake Texoma is on the southern border. Carter County Marshall County Cooke County, Texas Montague County, Texas Jefferson County As of the census of 2000, there were 8,831 people, 3,442 households, 2,557 families residing in the county; the population density was 17 people per square mile. There were 4,066 housing units at an average density of 8 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 84.15% White, 2.19% Black or African American, 6.41% Native American, 0.26% Asian, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 3.58% from other races, 3.41% from two or more races. 7.01% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 3,442 households out of which 31.70% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 60.40% were married couples living together, 10.00% had a female householder with no husband present, 25.70% were non-families. 22.90% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.00% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older.
The average household size was 2.54 and the average family size was 2.97. In the county, the population was spread out with 25.70% under the age of 18, 7.00% from 18 to 24, 25.40% from 25 to 44, 25.70% from 45 to 64, 16.20% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39 years. For every 100 females, there were 98.20 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 94.90 males. The county's median household income was $32,558, the median family income was $38,212. Males had a median income of $30,024 versus $20,578 for females; the county's per capita income was $16,648. About 8.80% of families and 11.80% of the population were below the poverty line, including 14.40% of those under age 18 and 13.80% of those age 65 or over. Love County is home across the Red River from the Texas-Oklahoma border; the casino is operated by the Chickasaw Nation, is the county's largest private employer. Agriculture and ranching have been important to the county economy since its inception. Leading non-agricultural employers include the Marietta Bakery, Murray Biscuit Company, Marietta Sportswear, Robertson Hams, Rapistan Systems, Earth Energy Systems, the Joe Brown Company.
The county produces natural gas and its co-products propane and butanes. The following school districts are in Love County: Turner Public Schools Marietta Public Schools Thackerville Public Schools Greenville Public Schools Interstate 35 U. S. Highway 77 State Highway 32 State Highway 76 State Highway 77S State Highway 89 State Highway 96 Public-use airports in Love County: Falconhead Airport in Burneyville McGehee Catfish Restaurant Airport in Marietta McGehee Catfish Restaurant Airport in Marietta Marietta Leon Thackerville Burneyville Rubottom Enville Greenville Jimtown Orr Overbrook Rubottom Courtney National Register of Historic Places listings in Love County, Oklahoma Pictures of Marietta Oklahoma Digital Maps: Digital Collections of Oklahoma and Indian Territory
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Washington Aggrey Jalang'o Okumu was a Kenyan diplomat, politician and author, who rose to fame as the mediator that convinced the Inkatha Freedom Party's leader, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, to be part of South Africa's democratic elections in 1994, thereby ensuring a peaceful transition for South Africa's politics. He is the author of two books:'Lumumba's Congo: Roots of Conflict' published in 1962 and'The African Renaissance: History and Strategy' published in 2002. Okumu was born on the 21st of February 1936 in Siaya county, Kenya, to Joram Okumu and Miriam Okello, his father worked as a health inspector at the time. Okumu's education was in Maseno's mission schools, but he attended Ngiya Primary School, where he was classmates with Barack Obama Sr. father to the former U. S President Barack Obama. After his father's death in 1951, politician Jaramogi Oginga Odinga promised to take care of his education. In 1956, Okumu completed his high school education, attaining the Cambridge University Overseas School Certificate.
On the recommendation of the late Tom Mboya, Okumu was selected to be part of'The Kennedy Airlift', a program aimed at providing education for young and bright East Africans. Okumu attended Iowa Wesleyan University in Mount Pleasant. In 1959, he enrolled for the International Student Relations Seminar, a summer programme at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Okumu received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard in 1962, he studied economics at the University of Cambridge under the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan. After his high school education, Okumu worked at the Ministry of Works, before moving to the U. S for further education. In 1962, after graduating from Harvard, he worked as a personal assistant to the late Jomo Kenyatta, the first Kenyan president. After his studies at the University of Cambridge, he returned to Kenya and worked with the former East African Railways & Harbours Corporation. After his three-year arrest and detention in 1968, Okumu moved to Vienna, Austria in 1971 where he worked for the UN Industrial Development Organisation as an ‘Industrial Development Officer' where he worked for 15 years.
After this he worked as a consultant and lecturer in different institutions in Kenya, the UK, in Austria. In addition to this, Okumu held various political roles. Okumu is credited as the one responsible for convincing the Zulu leader, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, to drop his demands for an independent Zulu nation and take part in South Africa's democratic elections in 1994; this was after a team of international mediators, whom Okumu had accompanied as special adviser, had tried and failed to convince Buthelezi. This is said to conduct peaceful elections. Okumu married Rispah Achieng' Agol, a nurse, before leaving Kenya for the U. S and together they had eight children. Rispah died on 25 January 2011. Okumu died in his home in Nyang'oma East village in Siaya county on 1 November 2016 after a battle with diabetes and arthritis
Savannah Outen is an American singer who gained popularity on YouTube. Outen began posting videos of herself singing on YouTube in March 2007 along with Angelika Vee and Esmee Denters. In 2010 she collaborated with Boyce Avenue on New Acoustic Sessions, she appeared in the 85th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 24, 2011. Outen has been asked to sing the National Anthem at many professional sports venues, including the Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Dodgers, Anaheim Angels, Seattle Mariners, Seattle SuperSonics, Seattle Storm, the Portland Beavers. From 2002 to 2006 she was a member of the Junior BlazerDancers dance group. In 2006, she won the youth talent contest at the Washington County Fair in her hometown. In fall 2007, Keith Thomas of Levosia Entertainment signed Outen to a recording and management contract. Savannah's first single from the three demo CD released by Levosia Entertainment was "Goodbyes"; that song drew comparisons to Britney Spears from MTV's Pop Cultured. Outen's first video was a cover of the song "Listen" from the motion picture Dreamgirls.
On May 31, 2008, Outen's first single, "Goodbyes", was featured on Radio Disney's Music Mailbag. She received a 95% pick and on June 2, the song was added to the Radio Disney playlist. Within two weeks, it debuted at #28 on the Top 30 Countdown, charting for 18 straight weeks and peaking at #5, making it the highest rated song an unsigned artist has achieved on Radio Disney, her latest song, "Fighting For My Life", was on the music mailbag on October 31, 2009 and got a 98% pick by listeners. She reached 19 million views on her YouTube account by October 2008. Outen removed her cover songs from YouTube on March 17, 2009, due to concerns over copyright violations but returned them a short time later. On April 3, 2009, the music video to her second single, ``, it was directed by Mason Dixon, who directed her first music video for "Goodbyes", starred Disney Channel's Tony Oller as "Cas". It has since garnered more than 4 million views. In December 2009, clothing designed by Outen for Primp Girl went on sale, with the profits from the sales given to a charity selected by Outen.
Savannah Outen was born on October 1992 to Barry and Lisa Outen. Outen's hometown is Oregon, in the Portland metropolitan area. There she attended Century High School, but as of 2009 is home schooled by her parents and Lisa Outen, she graduated early. At age 12, Outen made it to the finals of "America's Best New Talent.""Goodbyes" was released in 2008 on iTunes. She wrote "Goodbyes" during her middle school graduation about a friend, moving to a different high school from her."So What" and "Tell Me It's True" were recorded by a Local Producer and are in a Universal Records Music Catalog. According to her parents, they were supposed to be used as Demos for record labels, but according to her ex-manager, Keith Thomas, he received acoustic versions of 3 songs: "Goodbyes", "Unlock The Door" and "My Dream Is"."Goodbyes" is on Radio Disney Jams, Vol. 11. It peaked 5 at Radio Disney Countdown, making her the first unsigned artist to reach this position at that radio, it got. "Fighting for My Life" got picked with 95 % approval.
Savannah appeared in the first five Rising Stars Webshow episodes, part of the popular online Radio Disney fansite, Radio Disney Club. One out of five episodes are online, after the club was hacked. Savannah posted about the webshow on her Twitter page the night it two weeks later. A cover of the song "No Place Like Here" from the straight to DVD film "Quest for Zhu" can be heard on the film's official soundtrack as a Bonus Track. Savannah appeared on the Radio Disney Club on November 25, 2011, in celebration of their fourth birthday, in a follow-up interview. Billboard's website visitors named Outen as one of the six finalists to perform at the Billboard 2012 Battle of the Bands, she performed on May 18, 2012 in the showdown alongside her competition Saints Of Valory, Patent Pending, After the Smoke, Take the Day, Doe Eye, but did not win. Outen made a small cameo appearance in the December 2012 Judd Apatow movie This is 40. 2010: Inception 2012: Sing To Me 2012: The Covers, Volume I 2012: The Covers II 2012: The Covers, Volume III 2012: Josh Golden & Savannah Outen Covers 2013: The Covers IV 2013: The Covers V 2013: The New Velvet & Savannah Outen 2013: The Covers VI 2014: The Covers VII 2008: Unlock The Door 2008: Goodbyes 2009: A Greater Treasure Than A Friend 2009: If You Only Knew 2009: Hope And Prayer 2009: Fighting For My Life 2010: Be Original 2010: The Song Of Christmas Time 2010: Magical Season 2011: Tonight With You 2011: No Place Like Here 2012: I've Got You 2012: Remember Me 2013: Brave & True 2013: Fairytales Of L.
A 2014: Closure 2015: Boys 2017: Coins 2018: Sad in the Summer 2018: Shortcut My Dream Is Tell Me It's True Something To Say I Like Boys That's News To Me 2008: Radio Disney Jams, Vol. 11 2009: Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 2010: DisneyMania 7 2010: The Karma Club 2008: Goodbyes directed by Mason Dixon 2009: If You Only Knew directed by Mason Dixon 2011: Tonight With You directed by Joe Fahey 2011: No Place Like Here 2012: Fairytales Of L. A. directed by Julien Garros and Jake Coco 2013: Closure directed by Jade Ehlers and Wade Yamaguchi 2015: Boys directed by Sherif
Katsuya Ishihara is a former Japanese football player. Ishihara was born in Nirasaki on 2 October 1978. After graduating from Juntendo University, he joined his local J2 League club Ventforet Kofu in 2001, he played many matches for a long time. Although Ventforet was at the bottom place in 2001 season, the club results moved up from 2002. In 2005, he played all 44 matches and Ventforet won the 3rd place and was promoted to J1 League first time in the club history. In J1 from 2006 season, he played; however the club results was relegated to J2 end of 2007 season. After that, Ventforet repeated relegation to J2 and promotion to J1. Although he played as regular player until 2009, his opportunity to play decreased from 2010. Although Ventforet stayed in J1 from 2013, he could not play many matches except 2014 season. Ventforet was relegated to J2 end of 2017 season. Ishihara could hardly play in the match in 2017 and retired end of 2017 season. Katsuya Ishihara at J. League
Liberty Township is one of the fifteen townships of Seneca County, United States. The 2010 census found 2,035 people in the township, 1,374 of whom lived in the unincorporated portions of the township. Located in the northwestern part of the county, it borders the following townships: Jackson Township, Sandusky County - north Ballville Township, Sandusky County - northeast corner Pleasant Township - east Clinton Township - southeast corner Hopewell Township - south Loudon Township - southwest corner Jackson Township - west Scott Township, Sandusky County - northwest cornerThe village of Bettsville is located in northern Liberty Township, the unincorporated community of Kansas lies in the northwestern part of the township. Liberty Township was organized in 1832, it is one of twenty-five Liberty Townships statewide. The township is governed by a three-member board of trustees, who are elected in November of odd-numbered years to a four-year term beginning on the following January 1. Two are elected in the year after the presidential election and one is elected in the year before it.
There is an elected township fiscal officer, who serves a four-year term beginning on April 1 of the year after the election, held in November of the year before the presidential election. Vacancies in the fiscal officership or on the board of trustees are filled by the remaining trustees. County website