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  Frankfort - Wikitravel
Frankfort (New York) - A town in Herkimer County, New York on the Erie Canal.
Frankfort (Ohio) - A village in Ross County in Ohio.
Frankfort (Marathon County, Wisconsin) - A town in central Wisconsin.
wikitravel.org /en/Frankfort   (192 words)

 Polling Locations
County Road A and Rosedale Avenue, or 3 miles north of intersection Hwy 29 and Rosedale.
County Road B, Turn west onto Town Hall Road, go approximately 1/8 mile will be on north (right) side of road.
County Road WW to Second Street, right one block on the left side of the street.
www.co.marathon.wi.us /polling.asp   (1097 words)

  Storm data and unusual weather phenomena Storm Data - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hawaii County 38 SW Hilo 02 1929HST 2230HST Heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms, associated with remnants from Hurricane Darby being enhanced by an upper trough, caused ponding of roadways, and small stream and drainage ditch flooding in the Kau District on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Maui County 9 NW Hana to 03 1911HST Kaupo 2210HST Showers and isolated thunderstorms associated with the remnants of Hurricane Darby brought ponding of roadways, and small stream and drainage ditch flooding in eastern coastal and upslope areas of East Maui.
Fulton County 2 SW Farmington 18 1858CST Peoria County 4 SW Trivoli 18 1907CST Peoria County 4 SW Trivoli 18 1907CST Fulton County London Mills to 18 1938CST Canton 1954CST A tree fell onto a house in Canton causing minor damage.
findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0QRF/is_8_46/ai_n9481381   (10378 words)

 Marshall County, Part 5
KING, merchant, was born in Richland County, Ohio, in 1842; learned the trade of harness-maker in his native State and county, and in February, 1870, moved to Kansas, first settling in Brown County, and in July, 1870, moved to Marysville, where he has since resided.
LEROY W. LIBBY, County Commissioner, was born in Cumberland County, Me., January 25, 1847; was educated at Kent's Hill Seminary, Maine, and in September, 1869, came to Marysville, and was Principal of the Marysville schools for a year.
SWEARINGEN, hotel-keeper, was born in Fayette County, Pa., March 8, 1825; moved to West Virginia, thence to St. Joe, Mo., in 1857 and to Marshall County the same year, and settled on a claim near the present town of Frankfort, Marshall County, Kan., and in 1860 went to Marysville, where he has resided ever since.
www.kancoll.org /books/cutler/marshall/marshall-co-p5.html   (5929 words)

 CMHS Programs: Child, Adolescent & Family - Grantee Communities
Jefferson County Community Partnership is a collaborative effort to design and implement a comprehensive system of services for children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances and their families or caretakers in Jefferson County and the City of Birmingham.
The Glenn County, California, system of care community will enhance and expand our current children's systems of care to deliver comprehensive community mental health services for young children (ages 0-4), children and adolescents (ages 5-18), and transition age youth (ages 14-22) with serious emotional disturbances and their families.
The county, in partnership with families, the State of Missouri, and local providers, will integrate services for underserved youths with serious emotional disturbances who are either at risk for, or currently experiencing, juvenile justice contact.
mentalhealth.samhsa.gov /cmhs/childrenscampaign/grantcomm.asp   (7334 words)

 District Offices
The District comprises the counties of Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Dukes, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Nantucket, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk and Worcester.
The Fourth Division comprises the counties of Anoka, Carver, Chippewa, Hennepin, Isanti, Kandiyohi, McLeod, Meeker, Renville, Sherburne, Swift, and Wright.
The District of New Hampshire comprises the counties of Belknap, Carroll, Cheshire, Coos, Grafton, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham, Strafford and Sullivan.
www.usmarshals.gov /district/county.htm   (3836 words)

 Wisconsinosity! - Marathon County
This red brick shrine is at the intersection of County Road C, County Road J and Willow Avenue.
Better illustrated in Portage County, a practice that originated in Europe was brought to America by Polish immigrants.
In addition to picnic facilities that include a playground and both an open-sided and a reservable log and stone enclosed shelter, there are miles of hiking trails, a rustic campground with 26 sites (16 have electricity), a group campground, and a swimming area on a quiet stretch of river away from the falls and rapids.
personalpages.tds.net /~oldtoivo/Wisconsinosity/Marathon/marathon.htm   (1736 words)

 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Places of the World (Fn-Fz)
Fordwich is a village on the River Stour 4 km east of Canterbury in Kent.
Frankfort is a township in Spink County South Dakota, USA
Frankfort is a village in Ross County Ohio, USA
www.fas.org /news/reference/probert/GAB.HTM   (8190 words)

 John Burow
She was born July 18, 1853 in Treptow, Germany, and died January 16, 1914 in Town of Herman, Wisconsin.
She was born May 22, 1887 in Linarrova, Cranovia, Polonia, and died January 04, 1981 in Abbotsford, Wisconsin.
He was born February 24, 1938 in Town of Wien, Marathon County, Wisconsin, and died May 04, 1997 in Willow Flowage, Wisconsin.
www.bogenschneider.org /john_burow.htm   (422 words)

 A Collection of Workers' Memorials
The city and county's public health building was renamed in his honor and dedicated on Oct. 24, 1999.
Sarah "Sally" Rooke was a heroic 65-year-old telephone operator who, in 1908, gave her life in the line of duty when she stayed at her post to notify citizens of rising flood waters.
The Wisconsin Labor History Society placed this marker in honor of those killed by the state militia in 1886 during a citywide strike for the eight-hour day.
www.aflcio.org /issues/safety/memorial/wmd_mem.cfm   (4851 words)

 Marathon County,Elementary School,Marathon County, Wisconsin
TOWN OF FRANKFORT, Wis. -- Sheriff's authorities said that they believe it was a fl bear that attacked and killed an alpaca at a Marathon County property last week.
Sheriff's authorities believe it was a fl bear that attacked and killed an alpaca at a Marathon County property last week.
TOWN OF FRANKFORT, Wis. (AP) - Sheriff's authorities believe it was a fl bear that attacked and killed an alpaca at a Marathon County property last week.
www.psk12.com /rating/USindivphp/STATE_WI_level_Elementary_countybycounty_1_CID_37_year_2003.html   (618 words)

 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Places of the World (Wa-We)
Waipio Acres is a CDP in Honolulu County Hawaii
Waterford is a county of Munster province, Republic of Ireland.
Watervliet is a city in Albany County New York, USA on the west bank of the Hudson river directly across the river from Troy.
www.fas.org /news/reference/probert/GX.HTM   (10461 words)

 Deputy: Bear killed alpaca | thenorthwestern.com | Oshkosh Northwestern
TOWN OF FRANKFORT — A Marathon County Sheriff’s deputy thinks a bear killed an alpaca last month outside of Stratford.
The owner told a deputy that the alpaca was killed between 9:30 p.m., May 28 and 4 p.m., May at 4050 Butternut Road in the town of Frankfort.
Bear sightings are relatively common in Marathon County, but a bear attack on a domestic animal is rare, Wisnewski said.
www.thenorthwestern.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080604/MNH0101/80604020   (261 words)

 betsiebay.net » Elberta
In 1867, the Frankfort Iron Works was established and a large blast furnace was constructed.
On the bluff, near the houses used by the officials, a large wooden water tower was constructed and used for filling the boilers of the steam engines.
In addition to showing the fashion of the day, this cool postcard of the Frankfort beach in 1938 features the photographer's aunt and mother (roughly dead center, click through to see where).
betsiebay.net /blog/category/towns/elberta   (1654 words)

 Frankfort, New York Drug Rehab Alcohol Treatment Addiction Rehab Information Narconon Arrowhead
There has not been a single study that has been able to prove conclusively that addiction is a disease, yet most drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs in Frankfort, New York tell addicts that they have a disease that will affect them for the rest of their life.
When choosing a drug rehab center for yourself or a loved one from Frankfort, New York, it is important to become educated on the different types of drug rehab and what the end results are.
Seizures of low yield, small methamphetamine labs have been increasing in rural New York since 2000, especially in the counties south of Syracuse.
www.stopaddiction.com /states/new-york_drug_rehab_info~Frankfort.html   (2664 words)

 Wausau Daily Herald
Back in June 2006, we poked a little bit of fun at a gang calling itself the Bigfoot Researchers Organization.
These guys had scheduled two "fact-finding" missions in northern Wisconsin in July of that year, and were inviting anyone and everyone to come along -- for the low, low price of $400.
But the Researchers Organization was called to our minds again earlier this month when we reported on an alpaca found dead at a farm in the town of Frankfort.
m.wausaudailyherald.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080617/WDH06/806170328/1636&template=wapart   (476 words)

 Frankfort, Wisconsin WI, town profile (Marathon County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Frankfort is a town in Marathon County, in the Wausau metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Frankfort was $15,946, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Frankfort, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $413.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=277850   (692 words)

 Civil War Medal of Honor Recipients - (A-L)
Citation: Obtained permission from the corps commander to advance upon the enemy's position with the 4th U.S. Cavalry, of which he was a lieutenant; led an attack upon a battery, dispersed the enemy, and captured the guns.
Citation: Gallantly charged the position of the enemy at the head of his regiment, after 2 other regiments had been repulsed and driven down the hill, and captured a battery; was severely wounded.
Citation: Under severe fire of the enemy and of the troops in retreat, went between the lines to the assistance of a wounded and helpless comrade, and rescued him from death or capture.
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/mohciv.htm   (15105 words)

 Wisconsin State Law Library - WI Law & Government - Ordinances
Burnett County (Private andDriveway; Shoreland, Land, Subdivision, Sanitary)
Trempealeau County (Zoning At the top of the page, click 1st on: Zoning; then, in left column, click on: Zoning Ordinances and Maps; Land Conservation At the top of the page, click 1st on: Land Conservation; then, in left column, click on various ordinances)
Waupaca County (Floodplain, Non-Metallic Mining, Sanitary, Shoreland, Subdivision, Zoning)
wsll.state.wi.us /ordinances.html   (305 words)

 Cowley County Heritage Book, Cowley County, Kansas
All were born and married in Cowley County and Lore Jean, Shirley Dian, and Jan Ranea graduated in Cowley County.
The Meryl Spencers of Cowley County are descendants of Harry Raymond (Mick) Spencer and Ruth Ann (Wright) Spencer.
Littleton James Sphar was born in Frankfort County, Ky. He headed west right after the Civil War ended (Ulysses S. Grant was President), His father Daniel Sphar, fought for the North during the Civil War and, because of that, his family had to leave the South.
skyways.lib.ks.us /genweb/cowley/people/pages/pg296-300.html   (7374 words)

 Travel, Tourism & Vacation Info @ Mason County Info
Mason County is a combination of pristine Lake Michigan coastline on its western end and prosperous farming communities inland.
Historic White Pine Village is a beautifully-restored 100-150 year old "community", filled with old-fashioned flavor along with new displays, exciting events and history in action.
The site of Mason County's original county seat, White Pine Village is a testament to the lumbering era that was a major influence in Ludington's early days.
masoncountyinfo.com   (1450 words)

 Guide to Sea Kayaking on Lakes Superior & Michigan Guide Book   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The shoreline from Arcadia to Frankfort consists of beautiful sand beaches and steep dune bluffs that rise up to 300 feet above the lake.
Power Island, also known as Marion or Ford Island, is a 200-acre island that is maintained as a park by Grand Traverse County.
M any kayakers feel this section of shoreline is the best paddling on Lake Superior, if not the Great Lakes.
www.trails.com /catalog_product.asp?ProductFamilyID=10123   (1220 words)

 Census 2000 Profiles
Byron town, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin (0605503911600.pdf)
Fond du Lac town, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin (0605503926300.pdf)
Forest town, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin (0605503926450.pdf)
www.doa.state.wi.us /dhir/wisconsin/index.html   (274 words)

 W-File: bffrankfort1991.html
Town of Frankfort resident Rita Massman said it all started about five weeks ago, with a sighting of a UFO.
The Massman's claim that their children have also seen and been chased by an "8- or 9-foot tall, brown, 400-500 pound" creature having a monkey-like face.
While Klaus Massman waits for governmental help, with a neighbor's aid he has strung a rope across a marsh-grass trail where Bigfoot "walks and beds down for the night." Attached to the rope are bottles and cans, so that when Bigfoot trips over the rope, the clanging noise will alert the family.
www.w-files.com /files/bffrankfort1991.html   (866 words)

 Search for appraisers by County in Wisconsin, Marathon County at Fee Appraiser . com
Search for appraisers by County in Wisconsin, Marathon County at Fee Appraiser.
Most real estate appraisers will provide coverage for their entire county.
We also have Residential-only and Commercial-only pages available for Marathon County!
www.feeappraiser.com /states/WI_appraisers_Marathon.htm   (50 words)

 Researchers: Thousands Of Bigfoots Prowling Country - News
Clark County - On March 28, 2000, James Hughes told police he saw a large creature, approximately 8-feet-tall, step off the roadway and go into the ditch.
Marathon County - Rita Massman and her children reported seeing a 8-9 foot tall 400-500 pound monkey-like creature on their farm in July of 1991.
Frankfort is in western Marathon county, which borders Clark County.
www.channel3000.com /news/1596177/detail.html   (742 words)

 Miscellaneous Clark County, WI, Obituaries
She was born Violet Jens, the daughter of Harry and Bertha Jens, on May 1, 1911, in Green Grove.
She was a 1921 graduate of the Unity High School in Unity, Wisconsin.
Caroline R. Halverson, 86, Medford, formerly of the Town of Frankfort, rural Edgar, died on Saturday, July 28, 2001, at the Wausau Hospital in Wausau.
www.obitcentral.com /obitsearch/obits/wi/wi-clark1.htm   (2874 words)

 The Steinke/Horn Family Tree
The Steincken (Steincke, Steinke) Family of Wisconsin is decended from Christian Steincke and Michael Steincke of Eggertshuette in the area of Schoenberg.
She was born in Kortow Frankfort, Brandenburg, Germany, October 9, 1865.
The Horn Family, although not as extensive or as large and far-reaching, has the same roots as the Steinke Family and is closely tied to several other families who also settled in the Canton Township are of Buffalo County, Wisconsin.
www.geocities.com /canton54755   (1398 words)

 The Online Office of Congressman David R. Obey - Marathon County
Marathon County is located in north central Wisconsin and is the number one ranking dairy producing county in the state and the leading county in the nation for ginseng production.
Two years after Wisconsin statehood, Marathon County was created in 1850 from a then larger county called Portage.
Originally, it encompassed all of what are now Marathon, Lincoln, and Oneida Counties and parts of others.
www.obey.house.gov /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=464&Itemid=160   (185 words)

 FDIC: Careers at FDIC - Chicago Region
Midwestern culture is alive in this prairie region, with cities as bold and blustery as the Windy City of Chicago, to the wholesome community spirit of Appleton, Wisconsin, to the beautiful blue grass of Lexington, Kentucky.
Situated lakeside in northeastern Wisconsin is the town of Appleton, with its quick access to the cities of Green Bay, Oshkosh and Fond du Lac.
The campuses of many universities and colleges are situated in outlying areas, and the towns also feature fairs and festivals throughout the year, as well as music, dance and theater performances in the region's entertainment venues.
www.fdic.gov /about/jobs/work_gl.html   (2383 words)

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