Napaskiak is a city in Bethel Census Area, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 405, up from 390 in 2000. Napaskiak is located at 60°42′25″N 161°45′39″W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.8 square miles, of which, 3.5 square miles of it is land and 0.3 square miles of it is water. Napaskiak first appeared on the 1880 U. S. Census as the unincorporated Inuit village of "Napaskiagamute." All 196 residents were Inuit. In 1890, it returned as "Napaskeagamiut." All residents that year were native. It did not appear on the census again under the present spelling of Napaskiak. In 1950 and 1960, it was returned under the spelling of "Napaiskak." The spelling was reverted to the prior Napaskiak in 1970. It was formally incorporated the following year; as of the census of 2000, there were 390 people, 82 households, 70 families residing in the city. The population density was 112.3 people per square mile. There were 95 housing units at an average density of 27.4 per square mile.
The racial makeup of the city was 1.54% White, 97.44% Native American, 0.26% Asian, 0.77% from two or more races. 0.26 % of the population were Latino of any race. There were 82 households out of which 56.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 59.8% were married couples living together, 18.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 14.6% were non-families. 13.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 8.5% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 4.76 and the average family size was 5.24. In the city, the age distribution of the population shows 43.6% under the age of 18, 10.3% from 18 to 24, 27.7% from 25 to 44, 11.8% from 45 to 64, 6.7% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 22 years. For every 100 females, there were 104.2 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 96.4 males. The median income for a household in the city was $31,806, the median income for a family was $32,083. Males had a median income of $25,469 versus $25,000 for females.
The per capita income for the city was $8,162. About 16.9% of families and 20.2% of the population were below the poverty line, including 20.1% of those under age 18 and 20.0% of those age 65 or over. Lower Kuskokwim School District operates the Zacharias John Williams Memorial School, PreK-12; as of 2018 it has 155 students, with 90% classified as learners of English as a second language, 85% are on free or reduced lunch programs, the majority are of Central Yupik Eskimo origins. That year the school had 34 employees, with four of them being native Alaskans; the current building opened in October 2016, the original building opened in 1982. Media related to Napaskiak, Alaska at Wikimedia Commons
Juan Godíñez Conquistador Juan Godínez, was born in the city of Úbeda, Spain. He came to the Americas in 1532. After coming to Peru, he campaigned with Diego de Almagro in Chile, he served in Peru in the subjugation of Manco Inca, in the expeditions of the captains Pedro de Candia and Diego de Rojas. Afterward, he returned to Chile in 1540 with Pedro de Valdivia serving in the wars of the Conquest of Chile until the arrival of García Hurtado de Mendoza, he was captain of cavalry during the campaign against Lautaro in 1556 where, after the Battle of Peteroa, his company pursued the retreating Mapuche and destroyed a detachment of Lautaro's army near the Maule River. In 1557 his command defending Santiago joined that of the Governor Francisco de Villagra to destroy Lautaro's army in the Battle of Mataquito, he served in the army of García Hurtado de Mendoza in his campaign during the Arauco War in southern Chile. He was an encomendero of Choapa, he was a regidor of Santiago, Chile in 1550, 1554 and 1556.
He had eight children. His mestiza daughter, Leonor Godínez, married Don Juan Hurtado, notary public of Serena and Santiago, he died in 1571. Jerónimo de Vivar, Crónica y relación copiosa y verdadera de los reinos de Chile ARTEHISTORIA REVISTA DIGITAL. De cómo vino de el audiencia de lo reyes proveído Villagra por corregidor de todo el reino, y de lo que hizo José Toribio Medina, Colección de documentos inéditos para la historia de Chile, Vols. 6-7, IV.— Información de senidos de Alonso López de la Eaigada, vecino de la ciudad de Santiago de Chile. Vols. 6-7 published by Impr. Y Encuadernacido Barcelona. Elzeviriana. 1901. Mariño de Lobera, Pedro, Crónica del Reino de Chile, escrita por el capitán Pedro Mariño de Lobera....reducido a nuevo método y estilo por el Padre Bartolomé de Escobar. Edición digital a partir de Crónicas del Reino de Chile Madrid, Atlas, 1960, pp. 227-562. Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes Capítulo LIV: Cómo el capitán Lautaro fué sobre la ciudad de Santiago con un copioso ejército y tuvo dos batallas con los capitanes Diego Cano y Pedro de Villagrán Capítulo LV: De la batalla que el general Francisco de Villagrán y los capitanes Alonso de Escobar y Juan Gudines dieron a Lautaro, donde perdió la vida, en el valle de Mataquito Diego Barros Arana, Historia general de Chile, Tomo Primero José Toribio Medina, Diccionario Biográfico Colonial de Chile, Imprenta Elzeviriana, Santiago, 1906, Juan Godíñezpg.
Ton-Taun was an American indie rock band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Since 2007, they have released four albums; the band, whose founding members Jordan Capizzi and Doug Hynes met while attending high school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania was formed in 2007. Their debut album Circus Court was released in 2009, their sophomore album Exporter was released in 2010. Their third album, titled Get Well was met with critical praise; this was followed by several lineup changes. In August 2015 Ton-Taun released their fourth album, a double LP titled "You're Not Doing It Right". A series of music videos preceded the release of the album. "You're Not Doing It Right" was made available on August 22, 2015 on iTunes, CD and limited edition colored vinyl and was lauded for its ambition. They have shared the stage with Future Islands, Why?, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Ra Ra Riot, Lavender Diamond and Built To Spill. Jordan Capizzi-Vocals, Guitar Doug Hynes-Guitar Aaron Binder-Guitar, Keys Brian Trump-Drums Rob Nye-Bass John Spurlock-Keys, Guitar Kate Seifarth-Percussion, Vocals Mario Borgatta Louis Borgatta Josh Wood Alex Ocko Circus Court Exporter Get Well You're Not Doing It Right
Denny Lambert is a former professional Canadian ice hockey player and member of the Batchewana First Nation. Lambert was drafted in the Ontario Hockey League where he played for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds for three years, he played 2 seasons in the International Hockey League with the San Diego Gulls before signing as a free agent with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim of the National hockey league. He was signed as a free agent with the Ottawa Senators in July 1996 and went on to play for the Nashville Predators and the Atlanta Thrashers, he rejoined the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim for his final NHL season before finishing off his career in the American Hockey League with the Milwaukee Admirals. He coached the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League from 2008–2011, he went on to be a First Nations Police Officer with the Anishinabek Police Service. Denny graduated from the Ontario Police College in November 2012, he is hired by the Gatineau Olympiques of the Quebec Major Jr. Hockey League as an associate coach as of 2016.<http://www.batchewana.ca/election/dlambert.html> <http://www.saultstar.com/2012/01/18/lambert-passing-on-wisdom>
Throughout his NHL career, Lambert's primary role was that of an enforcer. The left winger played in 487 regular season NHL games, scoring 27 goals and 66 assists for 93 points, while racking up 1391 penalty minutes. After retiring, he accepted a position as assistant coach with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League, where he began his career as a junior player. On June 24, 2008, Lambert was named head coach of the Greyhounds, replacing Craig Hartsburg who signed to coach the NHL's Ottawa Senators. Lambert became the assistant coach of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in the 2004–05 season, remained in that position with the club until the summer of 2008, when Greyhounds head coach Craig Hartsburg left the team to become the head coach of the Ottawa Senators; the Greyhounds promoted Lambert to the head coaching position. In his first season as the head coach, Sault Ste. Marie failed to qualify for the post-season, as the young, rebuilding club finished with their fewest point total since the 1994–95 season, finished in last place in the OHL.
The Greyhounds rebounded in Lambert's second season with the team, with the help of assistant coach Mike Stapleton, as the club with an impressive record of 36–27–1–4 to finish with 77 points, fifth place in the Western Conference. The Greyhounds faced the Plymouth Whalers in the conference quarter-finals, lost the series in five games. Lambert returned to Sault Ste. Marie for a third season in 2010–11, the team fell back into last place in the Western Conference, on January 11, 2011, the Greyhounds relieved Lambert from his duties. Sault Ste. Marie had a record of 14–21–5–0 at the time of his firing. Soo Greyhounds official web site retrieved 2007-10-28 Denny Lambert career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
Walter Zanger, was an American-born Israeli author, tour guide and television personality. He was a contributor to newspapers and magazines, served as a member of the editorial board of the Jewish Bible Society. Walter Zanger was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1935, he moved with his family to Jerusalem, Israel in 1966 and resided in the city's Ein Karem neighborhood until his death in 2015. Zanger graduated from Amherst College with a Bachelor of Arts cum laude in 1956, he studied at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, graduating with a Bachelor of Hebrew Letters in 1958. Zanger was a student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, he received a Masters of Arts from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and was ordained as a Reform rabbi in 1962. Zanger served as the rabbi of the Harford County Jewish Center in Aberdeen, Maryland from 1959–61 and as the rabbi of Temple Sinai in Massapequa, New York from 1961-62. Afterwards, he served as a chaplain in the U.
S. Air Force in Southeast Asia from 1962-64. In 2000 he officiated the second bar mitzvah of Rabbi Morrison David Bial. Rabbi Bail had officiated Zanger's own bar mitzvah 52 years earlier. Zanger was an assistant to the publisher and contributor to the Encyclopaedia Judaica from 1966-72 and wrote for the Biblical Archaeology Society and the Jewish Bible Quarterly He authored several books, including Jerusalem: Holy City to the World's Religions Zanger wrote FROM JERUSALEM, a personal, non-partisan newsletter addressing current events in Israel. Zanger lectured at the University of South Florida, Amherst College, at the Jewish Bible Association's Dr. Louis Katzoff Memorial Lecture. Zanger was a licensed Israeli Master Guide, he was an expert at taking Christians and Jews to their sacred places. His expertise as a tour guide led him to become a television personality, he was featured on 11 episodes of A&E's Mysteries of the Bible as one of Israel's leading guides. Zanger was a recipient of the Ministry of Tourism "Distinguished Tourism Employee" award.
He received an honorary doctor of divinity from the Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem in 2007. He served in an anti-aircraft battalion in the Israel Defense Forces, after his discharge was an active volunteer in the Tourism Unit of the Israel Police. At his Amherst College 50th class reunion Zanger wrote "I always just did whatever seemed the right thing at the time, it always worked out. My life has been -- by far! -- more luck than brains, I feel fine about that." Walter Zanger died on August 28, 2015
Ludovic Baal is a French Guianese professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Ligue 1 club Stade Brestois 29. Born in Paris, Baal came through the Le Mans youth system, playing 12 games in his first season with Le Mans scoring 1 goal, his impressive performances earned him a spot in the starting 11 playing 38 Ligue 1 matches the following season. Baal scored his first goal against FC Metz, though Le Mans lost 4–3. Baal is known for being a hard full back known for his exceptional physical strength and technique, has been an important part of the Le Mans team since joining the club. Baal scored his second goal against AC Ajaccio giving Le Mans the 3–0 lead; that night he became the first player to score a goal in the MMArena. Baal moved from Le Mans to Ligue 2 rivals RC Lens on 10 June 2011. On 12 June 2015, Baal joined Rennes from Lens, relegated to Ligue 2, signing a three-year contract; as of match played 9 November 2019 Scores and results list French Guiana's goal tally first. Ludovic Baal – French league stats at LFP Ludovic Baal at National-Football-Teams.com Profile at L'Équipe