Todd County is a county in the U. S. state of South Dakota. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 9,612. Todd County does not have its own county seat. Instead, Winner in neighboring Tripp County serves as its administrative center, its largest city is Mission. The county was created in 1909; the county was named for John Blair Smith Todd, a delegate from Dakota Territory to the United States House of Representatives and a Civil War general. The county lies within the Rosebud Indian Reservation and is coterminous with the main reservation, its southern border is with the state of Nebraska. It is one of five South Dakota counties within an Indian reservation; the county's per-capita income makes it the third poorest county in the United States. Unlike many rural counties in South Dakota, since 1960, its net population has increased; until 1981 Todd and Washabaugh were the last unorganized counties in the United States. Although organized, Todd did not receive a home rule charter until 1983.
It contracts with Tripp County for its Auditor and Registrar of Deeds. Todd County lies on the south line of South Dakota, its south boundary line abuts the north boundary line of the state of Nebraska. Its terrain consists of semi-arid rolling hills, cut by gullies and drainages which flow to the northeast; the land is dedicated to agriculture, including center pivot irrigation. The terrain slopes to the northeast, its highest point is near the SW corner, at 3,176' ASL; the eastern portion of South Dakota's counties observe Central Time. Todd County is the westernmost of the SD counties to observe Central Time. Todd County has a total area of 1,391 square miles, of which 1,389 square miles is land and 2.3 square miles is water. U. S. Highway 18 U. S. Highway 83 South Dakota Highway 63 Hollow Horn Bear Village Antelope Lake He Dog Lake White Lake As of the 2000 census, there were 9,050 people, 2,462 households, 1,917 families in the county; the population density was 6 people per square mile. There were 2,766 housing units at an average density of 2 per square mile.
The racial makeup of the county was 85.60% Native American, 12.57% White, 0.09% Black or African American, 0.14% Asian, 0.21% from other races, 1.38% from two or more races. 1.52 % of the population were Latino of any race. There were 2,462 households out of which 48.90% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 35.20% were married couples living together, 31.80% had a female householder with no husband present, 22.10% were non-families. 18.90% of all households were made up of individuals and 5.20% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.62 and the average family size was 4.09. The county population contained 44.00% under the age of 18, 10.40% from 18 to 24, 25.10% from 25 to 44, 14.80% from 45 to 64, 5.80% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 22 years. For every 100 females there were 97.90 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 92.30 males. The median income for a household in the county was $20,035, the median income for a family was $19,533.
Males had a median income of $20,993 as opposed to $21,449 for females. The per capita income for the county was $7,714. About 44.00% of families and 48.30% of the population were below the poverty line, including 57.60% of those under age 18 and 33.50% of those age 65 or over. The county's per-capita income makes it one of the poorest counties in the United States; as of the 2010 United States Census, there were 9,612 people, 2,780 households, 2,091 families in the county. The population density was 6.9 inhabitants per square mile. There were 3,142 housing units at an average density of 2.3 per square mile. The racial makeup of the county was 88.1% American Indian, 9.6% white, 0.2% black or African American, 0.2% Asian, 0.2% from other races, 1.8% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 2.4% of the population. In terms of ancestry, 5.1% were German, 1.1% were American. Of the 2,780 households, 55.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 28.5% were married couples living together, 34.7% had a female householder with no husband present, 24.8% were non-families, 21.1% of all households were made up of individuals.
The average household size was 3.45 and the average family size was 3.95. The median age was 24.0 years. The median income for a household in the county was $25,196 and the median income for a family was $29,010. Males had a median income of $26,971 versus $30,211 for females; the per capita income for the county was $11,010. About 44.2% of families and 48.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 59.0% of those under age 18 and 45.7% of those age 65 or over. Mission St. Francis East Todd West Todd Similar to most other Native American-majority counties, Hillary Clinton won the majority of votes in Todd County in 2016; the last election in which the Republican nominee won the county was in 1960 which the Richard Nixon-Henry Cabot Lodge ticket carried the county. National Register of Historic Places listings in Todd County, South Dakota
Everlost is a fantasy book published in 2006 by the young adult author Neal Shusterman. The story is the first in the Skinjacker trilogy that takes place in Everlost, the place between life and death. Nick and Allie, who have just awoken in a ghostly parallel to the real world, are saved by a boy named Lief, who tells them that they are called "Afterlights" who cannot be seen by living, they are somewhat like ghosts, retain the exact appearance they had when they died. He warns them of a dreaded and evil monster, the McGill, Johnnie-O and the altar boys before they make their way to New York City. There, they meet Mary Hightower, the "mother" of Afterlights who keeps many Afterlights safe, is the author of hundreds of books about living in Everlost, she lives with the children under her care in the destroyed World Trade Center, which exists because things that are much beloved in the world can cross into Everlost when they are destroyed. They settle down. Allie notices other Afterlights at the Twin Towers keep repeating and doing the same exact thing everyday, becoming stuck in ruts.
Allie sets out with Nick and Lief to see whether he has special powers and they meet The Haunter. Allie gets Lief and Nick captured by The Haunter and learns that she can pick up living things and possess living people, or "Skinjack". Allie explores her power. Allie is captured by the McGill, a grotesque monster who controls a ship full of Afterlights who fear him; the McGill has taken hundreds including Nick and Lief prisoner. They are all hung by their ankles like pieces of meat. Since fortune cookies in Everlost always tells the truth, the McGill believes he can come back to life if he collects a thousand souls. Allie is able to grow close to him as she attempts to save Nick and Lief, she makes him think that she can teach him to skinjack though only those who come to Everlost with the ability are able to. The real identity of the McGill is revealed - he is a boy name Mikey McGill, the younger brother of Mary Hightower. Mikey and Megan died at the same time and after they awoke as Afterlights they went to their home.
There, Megan watched. However, unbeknownst to her Mikey was able to claw his way out of the center of the Earth through pure force of will, but over time evolved into a hideous monster, reflective of his anger. Mary known by others as the Sky Witch, had been lying to the children, she stole the coins when they wake up. The coins allow them to leave Everlost when they are ready, but Mary misguidedly believes that the light at the end of the tunnel is malicious and that children should stay in Everlost forever. Nick receives the nickname "Chocolate Ogre" because of the chocolate stain on his face, Mary spreads rumors about how he sends Afterlights away by luring them in with the smell of chocolate. Allie outsmarts the McGill, unmasked by Mary and returned to the form of a human boy when Mary shows a picture of him. Allie, traveling home sinks through a bridge but is saved by Mikey, who agrees to accompany her the rest of the way to her home; the stories in the Everlost takes place in Everlost. Everlost is the place between life and death that all lost end up after getting lost in their journey to the afterlife.
These lost children, or Afterlights as they are called, are unseen by the real "living" world. The afterlights for the most part cannot interact with the real world and will sink to the Earth's core if they stay still, it is implied. They can interact with certain objects that are loved so much by their owners that, when the object breaks, it crosses over to Everlost, is given a place there for eternity; the same is for certain places that were destroyed that were loved and cherished by many people and will never be forgotten. There are no adults in Everlost because they know where they are going In Everlost all fortunes are true, thus fortune cookies are valuable. Allie Johnson "Allie the Outcast": Allie is a 14-year-old girl who ends up in Everlost after the car she is riding in, crashes head-on on a highway with the packed black Mercedes that Nick was in. Allie is brave and "goal" orientated though not a planner, she was reborn nine months in "Everlost" as an Afterlight. Allie discovers, she tries to return home to meet her parents.
However, on the way and Nick encounter many adventures. Nick: He is 14 years old. A half-Japanese boy, more of a follower, not a leader, he was riding in a packed black Mercedes on the way to a wedding when he died with chocolate on his face. He is enamored by Mary, but realizes that she is harming Afterlights and must be stopped. Megan "Mary Hightower" McGill: A 15-year-old self-proclaimed expert on Everlost, she has written many books on living in the world between life and death, encourages Afterlights to accept Everlost and stop moving on. She thinks of herself as the mother of the many children stuck in this world, being one of the oldest inhabitants at fifteen, she will do anything to keep the "lost" Afterlights in Everlost. Michael Edward McGill, "The McGill" or "Mikey": The 14-year-old brother of Megan McGill. After escaping the earth's core by becoming a monster, he encounters a ghost ship where he spends nearly 30 years looting and "kidnapping" Afterlights after believing a fortune in a chinese
Stephen Begley was a Scottish rugby union player who played for Glasgow Warriors and Glasgow Hawks at the Lock position. Beglay was born in Chatham, Kent and grew up in the Isle of Sheppey, he had a grandmother from Gourock. Begley played for the amateur club Glasgow Academicals; when the Accies merged with Glasgow High Kelvinside to form the Glasgow Hawks in 1997, he played for the Glasgow Hawks. For a short spell, Begley played for Old Belvedere RFC in Ireland. After moving back from France, Begley played for Watsonians before moving back to Hawks. Begley was back with the Glasgow Hawks in 2003 via a short spell back at Glasgow Academicals, his try for the Hawks clinched the BT Premiership title for them in 2004 against Heriots. Hawks became the first west of Scotland team to win the Scottish title, in 30 years of effort. Heriots had approached Begley to play for them in 1996; the next year 2005 Hawks wrapped up the title against Heriots at Goldenacre with Begley again scoring a try. The 2006 title was made certain at Currie.
Begley left Glasgow Hawks in 2006. Begley played in the amateur Glasgow District side at Under 21 grade, he played several times for the professional side Glasgow in Europe. Begley played rugby in Cape Town; the Cape Town side was Sea Point. Begley played for them in the nineties and turned out for them as a guest player when Hamilton, Sea Point entered a Sevens team in the Melrose Sevens in 2011. Begley turned out for them in the precursor Veterans Tens tournament which the Cape Town side went on to win. Begley was selected for the Scottish Exiles District team, he played for the Scotland Under 19s and Scotland Under 21s and hoped for a call up to Scotland A. He played for the French rugby clubs Lyon and Brive. Begley died while competing in Singapore International Triathlon at East Coast Park on 10 September 2017. A medical team on shore gave CPR but it was to be in vain as Begley was pronounced dead at Singapore General Hospital. EPC profile Begley European call-up Begley against Wasps
Yeni Düzen or Yenidüzen is a daily newspaper published in Northern Cyprus. Its current editor in chief is Cenk Mutluyakalı; as of July 2014, it consisted of 24 pages and its daily circulation was 4700. The newspaper belongs to the Republican Turkish Party, it is under the United Media Group along with Kanal Sim. Regarding its political point of view, Mutluyakalı has stated that while it is nominally owned by the CTP and is a "side" to current events, the newspapers follows an independent line and at times publishes material, upsetting for the CTP, its basic political line of thought centers around its struggle for a united Cyprus and an immediate solution for the Cyprus dispute. Mutluyakalı claims that there is no interference or supervision from the party regarding the newspaper's content. Journalist Hasan Hastürer has written that the newspaper differs from other party-owned newspapers in Northern Cyprus and that the journalists do not see themselves as the defenders of the party, its first issue was published on 12 December 1975.
Its first editor in chief was Zihni Durmuş and the early issues of the newspaper included commentaries by prominent figures in the CTP such as Mithat Berberoğlu, Naci Talat and Özker Özgür. It was first published as a weekly broadsheet until 16 July 1976, when the publication stopped for two years. On 28 December 1978, the publication resumed as a tabloid, in 1980, the newspaper built its own printing house and on 12 December 1983, the newspaper started being published daily.Özker Özgür wrote a column titled "Babalar" on 16 December 1985 in the newspaper, which resulted in Rauf Denktaş suing it for defamation. In December 1987, a court ruling demanded an astronomical amount of 200 million Turkish liras to be paid by the newspaper, upon the newspaper's failure to pay the sum, the police, accompanied by firefighters, came to the newspaper to confiscate its property, only to be met by a crowd of protesters; the resistance in front of the newspaper continued for five days. The sentence of the court was suspended by a higher court, thereby ending the resistance.
In the 1990s, the newspaper documented political scandals and corruption. In 1994, the newspaper was published with its current green logo for the first time. In the late 1990s, the newspaper went through severe financial difficulties, but with its increased popularity with the Annan Plan for Cyprus in 2004, it grew and was reorganized. In 2008, it moved to its current modern headquarters. Özker Özgür Kutlu Adalı Niyazi Kızılyürek Sevgül Uludağ
The 1966 Big Ten Conference football season was the 71st season of college football played by the member schools of the Big Ten Conference and was a part of the 1966 NCAA University Division football season. The 1966 Michigan State Spartans football team, under head coach Duffy Daugherty, won the Big Ten football championship, compiled a 9–0–1 record, was ranked No. 2 in the final AP Poll. Four Spartans' players were among the first eight selections in the 1967 NFL/AFL Draft: defensive tackle Bubba Smith; the 1966 Purdue Boilermakers football team, under head coach Jack Mollenkopf, finished in second place with a 9–2 record and was ranked No. 7 in the final AP Poll. The Boilermakers received the conference's berth to play in the 1967 Rose Bowl because of the Big Ten's "no-repeat" rule and defeated USC, 14–13. Purdue quarterback Bob Griese led the conference in passing yards and total yards and won the Chicago Tribune Silver Football as the Big Ten's most valuable player and the Sammy Baugh Trophy as the nation's top collegiate passer.
Griese finished second behind Steve Spurrier in the voting for the 1966 Heisman Trophy. Key AP final = Team's rank in the final AP Poll of the 1966 season AP high = Team's highest rank in the AP Poll throughout the 1966 season PPG = Average of points scored per game PAG = Average of points allowed per game MVP = Most valuable player as voted by players on each team as part of the voting process to determine the winner of the Chicago Tribune Silver Football trophy. Offense Defense At the end of the 1966 season, four Big Ten players secured consensus first-team honors on the 1966 College Football All-America Team; the Big Ten's consensus All-Americans were: Other Big Ten players who were named first-team All-Americans by at least one selector were: Purdue quarterback Bob Griese received the Sammy Baugh Trophy as the nation's top collegiate passer. He finished second in the voting for the Heisman Trophy; the following Big Ten players were among the first 100 picks in the 1967 NFL/AFL Draft
Aaron Robert Winters better known by his stage name Space Capone, is an American recording artist and record producer from Carthage, Indiana. Space Capone has released three albums, two independently: Vol. I: Transformation and Vol II: Arrival, Arousal. Winters grew up on a farm in Carthage and was influenced by his father's vinyl record collection including Jim Croce, Eric Clapton, country music and oldies, he didn't start writing songs and singing until he was 17. Winters attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio before moving to Nashville and transferring to Belmont University in 2003, he released two EPs under his own name: Ocean Airliner and Supernatural Delight, while living in Nashville. For the EPs, he had taken creative influences from his past and started to blend soul and rock into his writing. After releasing Supernatural Delight in 2006, Winters' influences began to diversify as he started listening more to late 70s and early 80s R&B, such as Earth, Wind & Fire, Rick James, Michael Jackson.
He began to experiment with falsetto vocals. He decided that creating a character to elevate the mystique behind the songs was necessary and came up with Space Capone. Winters said it looked good on fit the music he was writing at the time. Vol I: Transformation symbolized his transformation from Aaron Winters to Space Capone. Once the songs were written, he hired musician Calvin Turner to produce the album. Turner had him record all the songs with no accompaniment or music. All instruments and vocals were added. Musicians on Transformation included Court Clement and Calvin Turner; the album was recorded in a house in Nashville. Winters was featured on TBS Entertainment's Sound Check in 2009. Nashville Scene reviewed the album by saying, "Harmonically sophisticated, Transformation is a commercial funk record that effortlessly combines banality and exactitude in its search for a plausible heaven". Winters formed a core band around the release of Transformation, including Ben Stix, Drew Wilson Sam Farkas Mikie Martel, Joe D. Douglas and Neal Dahlgren.
They began touring regionally in the Southeast. Space Capone began to garner a fan base, playing festivals including Nashville's Live on the Green Music Festival, New York's CMJ, Bulldog Bash and Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival; the Bonnaroo performance was won by entering a live competition sponsored by BMI in competition with 28 other bands, where Space Capone and three other acts won the spot to play the festival. In June 2010 they played a Nashville Flood charity event. While not on the road, Winters worked as a carpenter in Nashville, he hired Calvin Turner again to produce Vol II: Arrival, Arousal. After getting some demo recordings together, Turner hired John Robinson to play drums on four songs, which he did remotely from his home in Los Angeles. Lamar Carter played drums on the rest of the album. Turner enlisted Clement again as well. After releasing Arrival, Arousal independently in 2010, booking agent Brian Waymire signed Space Capone to Buddy Lee Attractions. Winters continued to tour and garnered the attention of AVJ Records, an imprint of the independent label Average Joes Entertainment, with which he signed a deal in 2011.
Space Capone recorded their self-titled album with Turner and Dahlgren all co-producing under the moniker "Hot Concrete". Turner hired Jerry Hey to arrange the horns, had Jay Graydon featured as a guitarist on the song "Naturally"; the first single was the only song taken from previous recordings, the track "I Just Wanna Dance,", recorded on Transformation and re-released digitally on November 15, 2011. The music video featured Lauren Glazier. Following the release of Space Capone, the live band continued touring and continued to play clubs and festivals including LouFest, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Hangout Music Festival, Bear Creek, Spring Fest, Bele Chere and Lollapalooza. Space Capone was named by Spin in the "Top 15 Must-See Acts" at 2013's Hangout Fest, along with Kendrick Lamar and Ellie Goulding. Members of Turkuaz, The Motet, Thievery Corporation covered Space Capone on March 26, 2019 at Cervante's Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado