Park County is a county located in the U. S. state of Montana. At the 2010 census, the population was 15,636, its county seat is Livingston. A small part of Yellowstone National Park is located in the extreme southern part of the county. Park County was authorized by the Territorial Legislature of Montana Territory on February 23, 1887, it was named for its proximity to Yellowstone National Park, a portion of, now included in County boundaries. This area had long been peopled and hunted by indigenous peoples, including members of the Crow and Blackfoot tribes; the first recorded visit of European-descent peoples was the Clark Expedition. Mountain man Jim Bridger wintered with Crow nomads near present-day Emigrant Hunting and trapping brought many men across this area during the first part of the nineteenth century, but by 1850 the beaver population had nearly disappeared. Gold was discovered in Emigrant Gulch in 1863, by 1864 a booming town was serving the area. In late 1864, Yellowstone City, consisting of 75 cabins, was in operation.
Two miners, John Bozeman and John Jacobs, laid out the Bozeman Trail in 1864 to allow access to western Montana Territory, it soon became a well-traveled path between Fort Laramie and western Montana. This road ran through the future Livingston area to Bozeman Pass. Much of this traffic did originate in Fort Laramie, but by the late 1860s a considerable traffic was arriving via the Yellowstone River, at an embarkation point in the Livingston area. By the late 1860s, the indigenous peoples, being denied access to their previous areas, had become a danger to the settlers, so Territorial Governor Smith organized a militia to guard the Livingston area; the group encamped at Fort Howie, near the mouth of Shields River, five miles east of present-day Livingston. In 1868 an Indian agency was established at Mission Creek. To service the fort, a ferry service was set up to cross the Yellowstone River, four miles east of present-day Livingston. Benson's Landing was the small settlement that grew around the landing, was a bustling community center for a few decades.
Interest in the Yellowstone Park area grew around 1870. By 1872, the federal government had established it as the nation's first. By 1880 the area of the future Park County contained some 200 souls. In 1881 the Northern Pacific Railway entered Montana Territory, extended a line to Livingston by November 22, 1882. In 1883 the National Park branch of the Northern Pacific was completed; the area population continued to grow rapidly. By 1890 the county population had reached 6,900. According to the US Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,813 square miles, of which 2,803 square miles is land and 10.4 square miles is water. The highest natural point in Montana, Granite Peak at 12,807 feet, is located in Park County; the county attained its present boundaries in 1978, when the former Yellowstone National Park county-equivalent was dissolved and apportioned between Gallatin County and Park County. Gallatin County received 99.155 square miles of land area and 0.119 square miles of water area, whereas Park County received 146.229 square miles of land area and 0.608 square miles of water area.
The geographies transferred are known now as Census Tract 14 in Gallatin County, as Census Tract 6 in Park County. Voters in Park County tend to support the Republican Party candidate in national elections. At the 2000 United States Census, there were 15,694 people, 6,828 households and 4,219 families in the county; the population density was 6 per square mile. There were 8,247 housing units at an average density of 3 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 96.65% White, 0.40% Black or African American, 0.92% Native American, 0.36% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.47% from other races, 1.17% from two or more races. 1.84% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. 23.5 % were of 9.0 % Irish and 7.9 % American ancestry. There were 6,828 households of which 28.10% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 51.00% were married couples living together, 7.30% had a female householder with no husband present, 38.20% were non-families. 32.40% of all households were made up of individuals and 11.70% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older.
The average household size was 2.27 and the average family size was 2.88. The population contained 23.5% under age 18, 6.50% 18–24, 27.90% 25–44, 27.10% 45–64, 14.90% who were 65+. The median age was 41 years. For every 100 females there were 97.40 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 96.10 males. The median household income was $31,739 and the median family income was $40,561. Males had a median income of $28,215 and females $19,973; the per capita income was $17,704. About 7.20% of families and 11.40% of the population were below the poverty line, including 13.10% of those under age 18 and 10.10% of those age 65 or over. As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 15,636 people, 7,310 households, 4,177 families residing in the county; the population density was 5.6 inhabitants per square mile. There were 9,375 housing units at an average density of 3.3 per square mile. The racial makeup of the county was 96.5% white, 0.8% A
The fourth season of The Voice Brasil premiered on October 1, 2015 on Rede Globo in the 10:30 p.m. slot following the 9 p.m. telenovela A Regra do Jogo. Three coaches return for their fourth season. Daniel was replaced by Michel Teló. Tiago Leifert, the host of the show returned. Actress Daniele Suzuki return to the show's social media correspondent. Color key Color key Aired: October 1, 2015 Group performance"Tudo Azul" – The Voice Brasil coaches Aired: October 8, 2015 Coach performance "Torpedo" – Lulu Santos Aired: October 15, 2015 Coach performance "Sambo e Beijo" – Carlinhos Brown Aired: October 22, 2015 Coach performance "Falando Sério" – Claudia Leitte Aired: October 29, 2015 Coach performance "Tá Quente" – Michel Teló Color key Aired: November 5, 2015 Aired: November 11, 2015 The live shows is the final phase of the competition, it consists of the playoffs, two weekly shows and the season finale. Viewers in the Amazon time zone are cued to vote to save artists on the show's official website during the delayed broadcast.
Artist's info Result details Aired: November 18, 2015 Live ShowdownIn the Live Showdown round, 16 artists were given a "fast pass" by their coaches, while the remaining 16 competed for 8 spots in the Live Playoffs. Fast Passes Aired: November 26, 2015 Live Playoffs 1 Guest performance"Romaria" – Michel Teló & Daniel Aired: December 3, 2015 Live Playoffs 2 Guest performance"Dia Iluminado" – Carlinhos Brown & David Bisbal Aired: December 10, 2015 Round of 16 Aired: December 17, 2015 SemifinalsPerformances "Noite" - Lulu Santos & Silva & Don L. Daddy Yankee Aired: December 25, 2015 FinalNon-competition performances: All numbers are in points and provided by IBOPE. In 2015, each point represents 67.000 households in São Paulo. Official website on Globo.com The Voice on Twitter
The Torpedo Boyz are a German/Japanese electronic musical duo. They have released most notably Headache Music and Cum On Feel the Boyz. Torpedo Boyz's Headache Music was nominated for the 7th Annual Independent Music Awards for best Dance/Electronica Album of the year. In 2009, Torpedo Boyz won the 8th Annual Independent Music Awards for best Dance/Electronica Album. Gimme a Bassline!!! Are You Talking to Me???, incl. Fort Knox Five remix Headache Music Start Being Nicer, incl. P E T remix Are You Talking To Me??? Part 2 incl. Skeewiff remix Torpedo Bootz Japaneeze Boyz, incl. Smoove & Cubismo Grafico remixes Cum On Feel incl.. Pinker Tones & Groove Alliance remixes Funky Stuff on Vinyl! Back to the Beatz!, incl. remixes by Torpedotrickser & Hopperider The Rocksteady Crew Welcome To The Siugar Show Return Of The Ausländers Revenge Of The Ausländers Welcome To The Schoko Show Bocadillo Girlfriend Don't Cry: 2006 Le Iene 2007 Suburban Girl 2007 Ladron Que Roba 2007 Katie On Demand 2007 Meet Bill 2007 Cashmere Mafia 2008 Mai Dire Candid 2008 Hotel Gramercy Park 2008 Kitty Landers Show 2008 Katie On Demand 2009 The T.
O. Show 2009 Hotel Gramercy Park 2010 Love In The Big City 2 https://www.allmusic.com/album/r942486 https://www.allmusic.com/album/r1261832
The S12 is a regional railway line of the S-Bahn Zürich on the Zürcher Verkehrsverbund, Zürich transportation network. The S12 is one of the network's lines connecting the cantons of Zürich, Schaffhausen, Thurgau and St. Gallen. S12 Brugg – Zürich HB – Zürich Stettbach – Winterthur – Schaffhausen / Wil SG Operates non stop between Stettbach and Winterthur. Line S12 commences at Brugg station, in the canton of Aargau, follows the Zürich–Baden railway as far as Zürich Hardbrücke station and the approaches to Zürich Hauptbahnhof station. Passing through the lower level platforms at this station, the line passes through the Hirschengraben and Zürichberg tunnels, Stettbach station, before joining the Zürich to Winterthur line; the S12 follows this line as far as Winterthur Hauptbahnhof station, running non-stop between Stettbach and Winterthur, from where it continues to either Schaffhausen, or Wil SG. Trains on the S12 run every 30 minutes, with a journey time of around 96 to 97 minutes; the alternation of trains to Schaffhausen and Wil SG Seen provides an hourly service to each terminus.
The following stations are served by the S12. Brugg Turgi Baden Wettingen Neuenhof Killwangen-Spreitenbach Dietikon Glanzenberg Schlieren Zürich Altstetten Zürich Altstetten Zürich Hardbrücke Zürich Hauptbahnhof Zürich Stadelhofen Stettbach Winterthur Hauptbahnhof Winterthur Hauptbahnhof Hettlingen Henggart Andelfingen Marthalen Dachsen Schloss Laufen am Rheinfall Neuhausen Schaffhausen Winterthur Hauptbahnhof Winterthur Grüze Winterthur Hegi Räterschen Schottikon Elgg Aadorf Guntershausen Eschlikon Sirnach Wil SG S12 services are operated by RABe 511 units, except for weekday services to Seuzach which are run by Re 450 class locomotives pushing or pulling double-deck passenger carriages. Rail transport in Switzerland Trams in Zürich Media related to S-Bahn Zürich at Wikimedia Commons ZVV official website: Routes & zones
Jeffrey Chernov is an American film producer, unit production manager and executive. He was the Vice President of Physical Production for Walt Disney Pictures and Television/Touchstone Pictures/Hollywood Pictures from 1987 through 1989 and the Senior Vice President of Physical Production at Spyglass Entertainment from 2001 through 2005, he has served as a first and second assistant director. Early in his career, he collaborated with filmmaker John Carpenter. During his time with Disney/Touchstone/Hollywood, Chernov oversaw production on such films as Dead Poets Society and Pretty Woman. Afterwards, he became an independent producer, although he would produce or executive produce a number of movies for Touchstone. In 2001 he was appointed Senior VP of production at Spyglass, he is credited as production executive on many films produced by Spyglass. Chernov made his directorial debut with A Line in the Sand, which he is producing, he worked as executive producer on Star Trek for J. J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures, replacing Stratton Leopold.
His son Max and daughter Zoe had small roles in the film as a young Spock's Vulcan schoolmates. Richard Pryor: Live in Concert – associate producer Escape from New York – second assistant director Body Heat – second assistant director Halloween II – production manager The Thing – second assistant director Halloween III: Season of the Witch – unit production manager, executive in charge of production The Dead Zone – associate producer Children of the Corn – production executive The Philadelphia Experiment – first assistant director Starman – Second Unit first assistant director Clue – associate producer, Unit Production Manager Ruthless People – Unit Production Manager Eddie Murphy Raw – Co-producer, Production Manager Johnny Be Good – Co-producer, Unit Production Manager Sleeping with the Enemy – executive producer Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey – producer Father Hood – executive producer Bad Company – producer First Kid – Co-producer Desperate Measures – executive producer Holy Man – executive producer 10 Things I Hate About You – executive producer The Replacements – executive producer The Country Bears – producer Reign of Fire – production executive The Recruit – production executive Shanghai Knights – production executive Connie and Carla – production executive The Pacifier – production executive The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy – production executive Stay Alive – production executive Stick It – production executive The Lookout – production executive The Invisible – production executive Underdog – production executive Balls of Fury – production executive From a Place of Darkness – producer A Line in the Sand – Director, producer Star Trek – executive producer Battle: Los Angeles – producer Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – executive producer Star Trek Into Darkness – executive producer Tomorrowland – producer Star Trek Beyond – executive producer Black Panther - executive producer Shazam! - executive producer Jeffrey Chernov on IMDb
Daphne Rowena Douglas CD is a retired Jamaican librarian. She was the first Jamaican woman to become a professor at the University of the West Indies, where she was head of the Department of the Library Studies, served as chairman of the National Library of Jamaica from 1997 to 2011. Douglas was born in Jamaica, to Rowena Theresa and Thomas Edson Douglas, she grew up in Brown's Town, attending St. Hilda’s High School, returned to Kingston to attend Suthermere Commercial School. Douglas joined the Jamaica Civil Service in 1944 as a stenotypist. After studying library science in Trinidad and the UK, she was admitted to the British Library Association and began working for the Jamaica Library Service in 1956, she was chief librarian of the Institute of Jamaica from 1961 to 1963 and librarian of the Permanent Mission of Jamaica to the United Nations from 1963 to 1964. In 1971, Douglas became a foundation lecturer in the Department of the Library Studies of the University of the West Indies at Mona.
She subsequently undertook further studies in the United States on an OAS fellowship, graduating with a Master of Library Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1974. Douglas was elevated to professor of library studies in 1984, becoming the first Jamaican woman to hold a full professorship at UWI, she served as head of department from 1976 to 1980 and from 1982 to 1993, upon her retirement in 1994 was made a professor emeritus. Douglas served on the executive of the Association of Caribbean University and Institutional Libraries for six years, was president in 1984, she was a long-serving board member of the National Library of Jamaica, after her retirement from UWI served as chairman from 1997 to 2011, replacing Joyce Robinson. In 1993, Douglas was made a Commander of the Order of Distinction