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The Central Basin plateau was settled in the late 1800s by immigrants of Russian-German (Bessarabian) ancestry who homesteaded in the area and farmed dryland wheat. Prior to this the area had been inhabited by local Native American Salish tribes that had contact with the early Spanish and British

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Abraham Lincoln (Pullman car) print that page(14 KM)


The Abraham Lincoln is the oldest operable passenger car in the United States . It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places . Contents 1 Construction and revenue use 2 Retirement and restoration 3 References 4 External links [ edit ] Construction and revenue

Drumheller Channels National Natural Landmark print that page(17 KM)


In 1986, the U.S. National Park Service recognized the significance and natural beauty of Drumheller Channels by designating them a National Natural Landmark . The geologist who initially recognized and documented the evidence for the Ice-Age floods, J Harlen Bretz, wrote: “Drumheller is

Othello, Washington print that page(21 KM)


Othello has many outdoor recreation opportunities. [ 3 ] The Columbia National Wildlife Refuge is about 5 miles (8.0 km) away with 23,200 acres (94 km 2 ) of land for hiking, fishing, biking and wildlife viewing. [ 3 ] Othello also has a few public golf courses. [ 3 ] Contents

KWIQ-FM print that page(26 KM)

The station went on the air as KFMT on 1978-07-17. on 1980-03-31, the station changed its call sign to the current KWIQ. [ 2 ] [ edit ] References ^ "KWIQ-FM Facility Record" . United States Federal Communications Commission , audio division . http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/fmq?call=KWIQ

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Kolk print that page(27 KM)


A kolk (also known as colc ) is an underwater vortex that is created when rapidly rushing water passes an underwater obstacle in boundary areas of high shear. High velocity gradients produce a violently rotating column of water, similar to a tornado . Kolks are capable of plucking multi-ton

O'Sullivan Dam print that page(27 KM)


The dam was built as part of the Columbia Basin Project . [ edit ] Statistics Active storage capacity: 332,200 acre-feet (409,800 m³) Structural height of dam: 200.0 ft (60 m) Construction date: 1947-1949 Normal water surface elevation: 1052.0 ft (320.6 m) Drainage area : 3,920.0 sq

Potholes Reservoir print that page(27 KM)


The Potholes Reservoir is part of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project . It is formed by the O'Sullivan Dam and located in central Washington , in the United States . The reservoir is fed by water from Moses Lake , part of the Crab Creek basin. The area features several lakes (typically

Othello Air Force Station print that page(31 KM)


Othello Air Force Station was one of twenty-eight stations built as part of the second segment of the Air Defense Command permanent radar network. Prompted by the start of the Korean War , on July 11, 1950, the Secretary of the Air Force asked the Secretary of Defense for approval to expedite

KBSN print that page(31 KM)

KBSN From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search KBSN City of license Moses Lake , Washington Frequency 1470 kHz Format News/Talk Power 5,000 watts day 1,000 watts night Class B Facility ID 35597 Transmitter coordinates 47°6

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