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Walters, Oklahoma

Walters is a town in Cotton County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 2.551 at the 2010 census. The city, nestled in between twin creeks, is the county seat of Cotton County. The citys motto is "Small town, Big heart."

                                               

Watonga, Oklahoma

Watonga is a city in Blaine County, Oklahoma, United States. It is seventy miles northwest of Oklahoma City. The population was 5.111 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Blaine County.

                                               

Wilburton, Oklahoma

Wilburton is a city in Latimer County, Oklahoma, United States. It is the county seat of Latimer County. The city had a population of 2.843 at the 2010 census, a decline of 4.3 percent from 2.972 in 2000. Robbers Cave State Park is 5 miles north ...

                                               

Woodward, Oklahoma

Woodward is a city in and the county seat of Woodward County, Oklahoma, United States. It is the largest city in a nine-county area. The population was 12.051 at the 2010 census. The area was historically occupied by the Kiowa, Comanche, Cheyenne ...

                                               

Oklahoma Sheriffs Association

The Oklahoma Sheriffs Association is a non-profit professional association of the 77 elected County Sheriffs in Oklahoma. OSA represents the sheriffs to state officials and works to coordinate policies between the sheriffs through training and ed ...

                                               

Deschutes County, Oregon

Deschutes County is a county in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of the 2010 census, the population was 157.733. The county seat is Bend. The county was created in 1916 out of part of Crook County and was named for the Deschutes River, which itself w ...

                                               

Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue

Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue is the fire protection, emergency medical services, hazmat, search and rescue, and extrication provider for The Dalles and northern Wasco County in the state of Oregon. The department is made up of both paid staff and ...

                                               

Gresham Pioneer Cemetery

Gresham Pioneer Cemetery, founded in 1859, lies on the east side of Southwest Walters Road in Gresham, Oregon, United States. The cemetery is bordered by the Springwater Corridor Trail and Johnson Creek on the south and by Escobar Cemetery, adjac ...

                                               

Lone Fir Cemetery

Lone Fir Cemetery in the southeast section of Portland, Oregon, United States is a cemetery owned and maintained by Metro, a regional government entity. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the first burial was in 1846 with the cem ...

                                               

Multnomah Park Cemetery

Multnomah Park Cemetery is a 9-acre cemetery located at Southeast 82nd Avenue and Holgate Boulevard, in Portland, Oregons Foster-Powell neighborhood, in the United States.

                                               

Oregon Convention Center

The Oregon Convention Center is a convention center in Portland, Oregon. Completed in 1989, and opened in 1990, it is located on the east side of the Willamette River in the Lloyd District neighborhood. It is best known for the twin spire towers, ...

                                               

Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center

The Portland Expo Center is a convention center located in the Kenton neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States. Opened in the early 1920s as a livestock exhibition and auction facility, the center now hosts over 100 events a year, includin ...

                                               

Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area

Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area is a public park and nature reserve between the Columbia Slough and the Columbia River in Portland, Oregon. At about 2.000 acres, it is one of the largest urban freshwater wetlands in the United States. Metro ...

                                               

Condon, Oregon

Condon is a city in, and the seat of, Gilliam County, in the U.S. state of Oregon. The population was 682 at the 2010 census. The city, with an historic main street along Oregon Route 19, is a farming and ranching community.

                                               

Coquille, Oregon

Coquille is a city in, and the county seat of, Coos County, Oregon, United States. The population was 3.866 at the 2010 census. The primary economic base is the timber industry. The city derives its name from the Coquille Native American tribe.

                                               

Enterprise, Oregon

Enterprise was platted in 1886, and in 1887 residents considered Bennett Flat, Wallowa City, Franklin, and other possibilities before voting for Enterprise during a community meeting in a tent owned by a mercantile company. The name was meant to ...

                                               

Fossil, Oregon

Fossil is a city in and the county seat of Wheeler County, Oregon, United States. The name was chosen by the first postmaster, Thomas B. Hoover, who had found some fossil remains on his ranch. The population was 473 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Moro, Oregon

Moro is a city in Sherman County, Oregon, United States. The population was 324 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Sherman County. Moro was incorporated on February 17, 1899, by the Oregon Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Hager Mountain

Hager Mountain is a volcanic peak in Oregon in the northwest corner of the Basin and Range Province in the United States. The mountain is located south of the small unincorporated community of Silver Lake in south-central Oregon, and it is in the ...

                                               

David Campbell (1912 fireboat)

The David Campbell was a fireboat built in 1912 for Oregons Portland Fire and Rescue. She was a steam-powered vessel, built in a Michigan shipyard, disassembled, shipped in pieces, and reassembled in Portland. Her engines could develop 1.200 shaf ...

                                               

David Campbell (1927 fireboat)

The David Campbell was a long-serving fireboat built in 1928 for Oregons Portland Fire & Rescue. She underwent an extensive rebuild, in 1976. In 2010 Portland acquired a new smaller, faster fireboat, the Eldon Trinity, after a child died, in 2009 ...

                                               

Eldon Trinity

The Eldon Trinity is a fireboat operated in Portland, Oregon, United States, by the Portland Fire Bureau. She was launched in 2010. She is named after two children, Eldon and Trinity Smith, whose mother threw them off a bridge into Portlands Will ...

                                               

Karl Prehn

The Karl Prehn was a fireboat acquired by the Portland Fire Bureau in Portland Oregon, in 1973. It was added to the Bureau of fleet not long after the police Bureau is responsible for patrolling the harbour was transferred to the fire Bureau. But ...

                                               

List of speakers of the Oregon House of Representatives

This is a complete list of people who have served as Speakers of the Oregon House of Representatives through the 2009 session. Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859, with prior sessions of the House organized under the territorial government ...

                                               

List of United States Representatives from Oregon

The following is an alphabetical list of members of the United States House of Representatives from the state of Oregon. For chronological tables of members of both houses of the United States Congress from the state, see United States Congressio ...

                                               

List of United States senators from Oregon

Oregon was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1859. Its current U.S. senators are Democrats Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley. Until 1906, the American senators were elected to the Legislative Assembly of Oregon. In 1904, Oregon voters adopted ballot ...

                                               

Oregon Womens Political Caucus

The Oregon Womens Political Caucus was founded in 1971 as a bipartisan group to advocate for increased involvement of women in Oregon politics. Founded by a variety of Oregon women already active in politics, including Gretchen Kafoury, Margie He ...

                                               

Town & Country Transit

Town & Country Transit, officially registered as Mid-County Transit Authority, is the operator of mass transportation in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. Three local routes are provided in the Kittanning and Ford City areas. The agency does not se ...

                                               

Cambria County Conservation And Recreation Authority

The Cambria County Conservation and Recreation Authority was created in 1994 by the Cambria County Commissioners using the Municipal Authorities Act of 1945 to establish recreation opportunities as well as assist with cleanup of streams and river ...

                                               

Johnstown Redevelopment Authority

Johnstown Redevelopment Authority oversees sewage treatment in the Johnstown Metro Area. The authority operates one treatment plant at Dornick Point, on the west end of Johnstown. Customers are billed on a quarterly basis by JRS for the treatment ...

                                               

Connellsville Municipal Authority

Connellsville Municipal Authority provides sewage treatment to Connellsville, South Connellsville, and Connellsville Township in Fayette County, Pennsylvania.

                                               

Menallen Township Sewer Authority

Menallen Township Sewer Authority is an agency that provides sewage treatment to populated areas of Menallen Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. There are approximately 1.200 customers on the system.

                                               

South Connellsville Borough Municipal Authority

The South Connellsville Borough Municipal Authority was created in the 1940s to oversee the construction of the Sewage Disposal Plant and the sewerage lines that fed into that plant along the Youghiogheny River in South Connellsville. The treatme ...

                                               

Luzerne County Council

The Luzerne County Council is the governing body of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. The council meets at the Luzerne County Courthouse in Wilkes-Barre. There are eleven members on the assembly. The chair is both the highest-ranking officer on the c ...

                                               

Luzerne County Council elections

The Luzerne County Council is elected by the voters of the county. The governing body consists of eleven members. Nearly half the council is up for election every two years. It rotates between five and six seats. Each council member is elected at ...

                                               

Luzerne County Manager

The Luzerne County Manager heads the executive branch of the Luzerne County government. The manager is not elected by the voters of the county, instead, he or she is appointed by the Luzerne County Council. The manager directs the countys organiz ...

                                               

2017 Allentown mayoral election

The 2017 mayoral election in Allentown, Pennsylvania was held on November 7, 2017, and resulted in the incumbent mayor Ed Pawlowski, a member of the Democratic Party, being re-elected to a fourth term over Republican Party candidate Nat Hyman.

                                               

McKeesport Fire Department

The McKeesport Fire Department, officially the McKeesport Bureau of Fire, provides fire protection, all-hazards emergency response, rental inspections, and fire safety education to the City of McKeesport.

                                               

Reading Fire Department

The Reading Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Reading, Pennsylvania. The department is responsible for approximately 10 square miles with a population of just under 90.000 as of the 2013 United ...

                                               

Upper Darby Fire Department

The Upper Darby Fire Department has the responsibility of providing fire suppression and rescue services to a population which numbers approximately 81.821 residents within the approximately seven point six two 7.62 square mile Township of Upper ...

                                               

West Lake Fire Department

The West Lake Fire Department is a volunteer fire department located in the Millcreek Township of Erie County, Pennsylvania. The department, which is one of four volunteer fire departments in the township, provides fire protection and emergency m ...

                                               

2000 Pennsylvania State Treasurer election

Pennsylvanias State Treasurer election was held November 7, 2000. Incumbent Republican Barbara Hafer won a narrow reelection. Her Democratic opponent was Catherine Baker Knoll, a former two-term treasurer. Hafer and Knoll, both of whom faced no p ...

                                               

2008 Pennsylvania State Treasurer election

Pennsylvanias election for Treasurer was held on November 4, 2008. Democratic incumbent Treasurer Robin Wiessmann had been appointed by Governor Ed Rendell to fill Bob Casey Jr.s term when he was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2006, Wiessmans appo ...

                                               

2012 Pennsylvania State Treasurer election

Incumbent Rob McCord and challenger Diana Irey Vaughan both ran unopposed in the Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively. Patricia M. Fryman was the Libertarian candidate.

                                               

2016 Pennsylvania State Treasurer election

The Pennsylvania Treasurer election of 2016 was held on November 8, 2016. Democratic Incumbent Rob McCord was ineligible to run for re-election due to term limits. The Democratic and Republican primary election was held on April 26, 2016, with ea ...

                                               

2004 Pennsylvania State Treasurer election

Pennsylvanias Auditor General election was held November 2, 2004. Necessary primary elections were held on April 27, 2004. Bob Casey, who was term limited in his position as Auditor General, successfully earned the Democratic nomination for Treas ...

                                               

Danville Airport

Danville Airport is a public use airport in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located three nautical miles southwest of the central business district of Danville, a borough in Montour County. The airport is owned by the Mo ...

                                               

Pennsylvania Northeast Regional Rail Authority

Pennsylvania Northeast Regional Rail Authority is a bi-county creation of both Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania and Monroe County, Pennsylvania to oversee the use of common rail freight lines in Northeastern Pennsylvania. From Scranton North-East ...

                                               

List of county seats in Pennsylvania (by population)

The following is a list of the sixty-seven county seats of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The list includes forty-one boroughs, twenty-four cities, one municipality and one town. The ranking is based on the populations of each county seat duri ...

                                               

Herman T. Schneebeli Federal Building and Courthouse

The Herman T. Schneebeli Federal Building and United States Courthouse is a federal building and courthouse in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. It is one of six locations part of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania ...