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Indiana University Bloomington

Indiana University Bloomington (IU Bloomington) is a public research university located in Bloomington, Indiana, in the United States. IU Bloomington is the flagship campus of the Indiana University system. Being the flagship campus, IU Bloomington is often referred to simply as IU or Indiana. However, in recent years, the name "Indiana University" has been applied more broadly to the entire Indiana University system.

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Bloomington, Indiana

Bloomington is a city in and the county seat of Monroe County in the southern region of the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 80,405 at the 2010 census. Bloomington is the home to Indiana University Bloomington. Established in 1820, IU Bloomington has approximately 40,000 students and is the original and largest campus of Indiana University. In the 1991 book entitled The Campus as a Work of Art, author Thomas Gaines named the Bloomington campus one of the five most beautiful in America.

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Bloomington, Illinois

Bloomington is a city in McLean County, Illinois, United States and the county seat. It is adjacent to Normal, Illinois, and is the more populous of the two principal municipalities of the Bloomington-Normal metropolitan area. When mentioned together, they are known as the "Twin Cities", "Bloomington-Normal", "B-N", "Blo-No," or "BNorm. " On its own, Bloomington is known affectionately as "B-Town". The mayor of Bloomington is Steve Stockton.

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Bloomington, Minnesota

Bloomington is the fifth largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota in Hennepin County. Located on the north bank of the Minnesota River above its confluence with the Mississippi River, Bloomington lies at the heart of the southern metro area, 10 miles (16 km) south of downtown Minneapolis. The city's population was 82,893 in the 2010 Census.

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St. George, Utah

St. George is a city located in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Utah, and the county seat of Washington County, Utah. It is the principal city of and is included in the St. George, Utah, Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is 119 miles (192 km) northeast of Las Vegas, Nevada, and 303 miles (488 km) south of Salt Lake City on Interstate 15. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, St. George had a population of 72,897. From 1990, St.

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McLean County, Illinois

McLean County is the largest county by land area in the U.S. state of Illinois. McLean County is included in the Bloomington–Normal, Illinois Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 169,572, which is an increase of 12.7% from 150,433 in 2000. Its county seat is Bloomington.

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Muscatine, Iowa

Muscatine is a city in Muscatine County, Iowa, United States. The population was 22,886 in the 2010 census, an increase from 22,697 in the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Muscatine County. The name Muscatine is unusual in that it is not used by any other city in the United States. Muscatine is the principal city of the Muscatine Micropolitan Statistical Area (2000 census population 53,905), which includes all of Muscatine and Louisa counties.

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Jacobs School of Music

The Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, is a music conservatory established in 1921. Until 2005, it was known as the Indiana University School of Music. It has more than 1,600 students, approximately half of whom are undergraduates, with the second largest enrollment of all music schools accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.

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Indiana Hoosiers

The Indiana Hoosiers are the athletic teams for the Bloomington campus of Indiana University (IU Bloomington). Athletic teams sponsored by IU Bloomington include baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, rowing, soccer, tennis, track, volleyball, water polo, and wrestling. The athletic director is Indianapolis lawyer Fred Glass. The Hoosiers became a member of the Big Ten Conference on December 1, 1899.

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Metropolitan Stadium

Metropolitan Stadium (often referred to as "the Met", "the Ice Palace" when the Minnesota Vikings played, "Met Stadium", or now "the Old Met" to distinguish from the Metrodome) was a sports stadium that once stood in Bloomington, Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis. The area where the stadium once stood is now the site of the Mall of America. The Minneapolis Millers minor league baseball team played at Met Stadium from 1956 to 1960.

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List of numbered roads in York Region

York Region, located in southwestern Ontario, assigned approximately 50 regional roads, each with a number ranging from 1 to 99. All expenses of York Regional Roads (for example, snow shoveling, road repairs, traffic lights) are funded by the York Region government.

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Indiana University Maurer School of Law

The Indiana University Maurer School of Law is located on the flagship campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. The law school is one of two law schools operated by Indiana University, the other being the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (IU McKinney) in Indianapolis. Although both law schools are part of Indiana University, each law school is wholly independent of the other.

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North Stormont, Ontario

North Stormont is a lower tier township in eastern Ontario, Canada in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. The township was incorporated on January 1, 1998, by amalgamating the former townships of Finch and Roxborough with the independent village of Finch.

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Bloomington–Normal, Illinois

Assembly Hall (Bloomington)

Assembly Hall is a 17,472-seat arena on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. It is the home of the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball and women's basketball teams. It opened in 1971, replacing the current Gladstein Fieldhouse. The court is named after Branch McCracken, the men's basketball coach who led the school to its first two NCAA National Championships in 1940 and 1953. Basketball sportscaster Gus Johnson called Assembly Hall, "the Carnegie Hall of basketball."

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South Bound Brook, New Jersey

South Bound Brook is a Borough in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2010 Census, the borough population was 4,563. What is now South Bound Brook was originally formed as a town within Franklin Township. On March 16, 1869, the name of the community was changed to Bloomington, which lasted until May 29, 1891, when the name reverted back to South Bound Brook town.

Former towns in New Jersey Boroughs in Somerset County, New Jersey
Bloomington Edge

The Bloomington Edge is a professional indoor football team and a member of the Indoor Football League. Based in Bloomington, Illinois, the Edge plays its home games at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum. From the team's inception until 2011, the team was known as the Bloomington Extreme, with the having been derived from a naming rights deal with local auto dealer Extreme Motors.

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Bloomington PrairieThunder

The Bloomington PrairieThunder was a minor league professional ice hockey team based in Bloomington, Illinois. They were a member of the Central Hockey League in the Turner Conference. The team was originally a member of the International Hockey League before it merged into the CHL in 2010. They played their home games at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum.

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Bloomington Jefferson High School

For schools with a similar name, see Jefferson High School. Thomas Jefferson Senior High School Location Bloomington, Minnesota, 22x20px United States Information Type Public Established 1970 Principal Steven Hill Number of students 1,543 Mascot Jaguar Colors Columbia Blue, Silver, and White Website http://jhs. bloomington.k12. mn. us/ http://jhs. bloomington.k12. mn.

Schools in Hennepin County, Minnesota Bloomington, Minnesota High schools in Minnesota Educational institutions established in 1970
Bloomington, Indiana metropolitan area

The Bloomington, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area comprising three counties in south-central Indiana. The city of Bloomington in Monroe County is the area's principal municipality and its anchor. At the 2010 United States census, the MSA had a population of 192,714.

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Bloomington, California

Bloomington is an unincorporated census-designated place (CDP) in San Bernardino County, California, United States. The population was 23,851 at the 2010 census, up from 19,318 at the 2000 census. Though now unincorporated, many of the town's political activists are pushing for Bloomington to attain cityhood, while the nearby cities of Rialto and Fontana are attempting to annex the community. The incorporation effort is led by the BIC, the Bloomington Incorporation Committee.

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Memorial Stadium (Indiana)

Memorial Stadium (also known as The Rock) is a stadium in Bloomington, Indiana. It is primarily used for football, and is the home field of the Indiana Hoosiers. The stadium opened in 1960 as part of a new athletics area at the university and currently has a capacity of 52,929. The stadium is similar in structure to venues at Wake Forest and Virginia Tech. It replaced the original Memorial Stadium, built in 1925, a 20,000-seat stadium located on 10th Street where the arboretum now stands.

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Indiana, Bloomington and Western Railway

The Indiana, Bloomington and Western Railway was a railroad that once operated in Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. Its immediate predecessor, the Indianapolis, Bloomington and Western Railway, was formed on July 20, 1869, from the merger of the Indianapolis, Crawfordsville and Danville Railroad with the Danville, Urbana, Bloomington and Pekin Railroad.

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The Pantagraph

The Pantagraph is a daily newspaper that serves Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, along with 60 communities and eight counties in the Central Illinois area. Its headquarters are in Bloomington and it is owned by Lee Enterprises. The newspaper has an estimated 107,000 daily readers. The name is derived from the Greek words "panta" and "grapho," which has a combined meaning of "write all things. " The paper was purchased by Pulitzer in 1999; Lee Enterprises bought Pulitzer in 2005.

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Central Illinois Regional Airport

Central Illinois Regional Airport at Bloomington-Normal is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) east of the central business district of the city of Bloomington and southeast of the town of Normal, in McLean County, Illinois, United States. It is owned by the Bloomington-Normal Airport Authority. It is also known as Central Illinois Regional Airport and informally known as CIRA.

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Bloomington Kennedy High School

Kennedy High School (also known as John F. Kennedy Senior High School) is one of two public high schools located in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA. Named after former president John F. Kennedy, it was opened in 1965 due to the rapid growth of Bloomington at the time. The school has been a member of the Lake Conference since the school opened. The school left the Lake Conference after the 2009-10 school year to become part of the South Suburban Conference.

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San Jacinto Fault Zone

The San Jacinto Fault Zone is a major fault zone in Southern California. It runs for 130 miles (210 km) through San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego and Imperial Counties. It is considered to be the most seismically active fault zone in Southern California. The San Jacinto Fault Zone generally lies west of the larger, more infamous San Andreas Fault while running parallel and to the east of the Elsinore Fault Zone.

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Bloomington, Maryland

Bloomington is an census designated place (CDP) at the confluence of the North Branch Potomac River and Savage River in southeastern Garrett County, Maryland. It lies to the west of Luke on MD 135 (state highway 135) and is bounded to the northwest by Savage River State Forest. The population of Bloomington is 305. Originally known as Llangollen when the town's post office was established on December 4, 1872, its name was later changed to Bloomington.

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Bloomington High School North

Bloomington High School North (often referred to as BHSN or simply North) is a comprehensive four-year public high school located in the northern part of Bloomington, Indiana, United States and is accredited by the Indiana State Department of Public Instruction and the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Educational institutions established in 1972 High schools in Indiana Schools in Monroe County, Indiana
Bloomington Bloomers

The Bloomington Bloomers were an Illinois-Iowa-Indiana League team based in Bloomington, Illinois that existed on-and-off from 1903 to 1939. In 1935, they were affiliated with the St. Louis Cardinals, and in 1939 they were affiliated with the Milwaukee Brewers. Their home park was Fans Field.

Defunct minor league baseball teams Sports clubs established in 1903 Sports in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Professional baseball teams in Illinois
Bloomington High School South

Bloomington High School South (sometimes BHSS or simply South) is a high school in Bloomington, Indiana. The school currently uses a schedule consisting of three 12-week trimesters. Each class period is 65 minutes, with a 45-minute SRT period on Mondays, 45-minute Panther Plus Periods on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. SRT is essentially a homeroom and Panther Plus Periods are a time for students to get help with classes they are struggling with.

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LaFayette, Muncie and Bloomington Railroad

The LaFayette, Muncie and Bloomington Railroad (LM&B) was a railroad company incorporated in Indiana on July 13, 1869. It operated in Indiana and eastern Illinois until its sale on April 28, 1879, to the Lake Erie and Western Railroad. The LM&B line was so named because it ran from the city of Muncie west through Lafayette toward Bloomington. Four of the railroad's directors were from New York City, one was from Springfield, Illinois.

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Bloomington Blaze

The Bloomington Blaze is a minor league ice hockey team currently a member of the Central Hockey League in the Turner Conference and scheduled to begin play for the 2011-12 season. Based in Bloomington, Illinois, the Blaze will play its home games at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum.

Central Hockey League teams Ice hockey teams in Illinois Sports in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Sports clubs established in 2011
Bloomington, Wisconsin

Bloomington is a village in Grant County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 701 at the 2000 census. The village is located within the Town of Bloomington.

Villages in Wisconsin Populated places in Grant County, Wisconsin
The Herald-Times

The Herald-Times is a daily newspaper serving Bloomington, Indiana and surrounding areas. The newspaper won the Blue Ribbon Daily award in 1975, 1984 and 2007, naming it the best daily newspaper in the state of Indiana in those years.

Publications established in 1877 Newspapers published in Indiana Bloomington, Indiana
William T. Major

William Trabue Major (1790–1867) was a prominent religious leader in Bloomington, Illinois in the mid-19th century. He founded the First Christian Church (affiliated with the Christian Church denomination) and built the city's first public meeting hall, Major's Hall, which hosted an early convention of the Illinois branch of the Republican Party and became best known as the site of "Lincoln's Lost Speech". Major was born in Kentucky in 1790, a son of John Major and Judith Trabue.

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Central Illinois Drive

The Central Illinois Drive is a Premier Basketball League team set to begin play for the 2012 season. Based in Bloomington, Illinois, the Drive will play their home games the U.S. Cellular Coliseum. The Drive are owned by Jim Morris, owner of the Sonic Drive-In restaurant in nearby Normal (ergo, Sonic is the Drive's official team sponsor) as well as fellow U.S. Cellular Coliseum tenants the Bloomington Extreme of the Indoor Football League. Their head coach is A. J.

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Bloomington Ferry Bridge

The Bloomington Ferry Bridge is a 1.1-mile expressway bridge across the Minnesota River between Bloomington, Minnesota and Shakopee, Minnesota that carries U.S. Route 169. The current bridge opened in 1996. This bridge was designated Hennepin County Road 18 and Scott County Road 18 upon its 1996 opening until the U.S. 169 Shakopee Bypass was completed.

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School of Letters

The School of Letters was a summer institute and degree-granting (M.A. and Ph.D. minor) program at Indiana University, Bloomington. The School moved from Kenyon College in 1951 following the withdrawal of funding of the School of English by the Rockefeller Foundation. I.U. President Herman B. Wells obtained funding from the University and located the School under the administration of Dean John W. Ashton of the College of Arts and Sciences. The School opened under the direction of Prof.

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Bloomington Lincoln High School

Bloomington Lincoln High School was a high school in Bloomington, Minnesota. In 1918, the Town of Bloomington, open its first secondary educational building. Bloomington High School was started. The school remained at its original location (10025 Penn Ave. S. ) until a new building was open in the fall of 1957, (8900 Queen Ave. S. ) and named Abraham Lincoln Senior High School. In the 1960's, Bloomington's population increased causing the need of additional high schools. John F.

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Bloomington Playwrights Project

The Bloomington Playwrights Project (BPP) is a not-for-profit arts organization in Bloomington, Indiana. The BPP's mission states that it is "dedicated to the furthering of new original plays and theatre. " The BPP only produces original work. It also holds playwriting contests and offers programs and classes in playwriting and acting.

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Bloomington, Texas

Bloomington is a census-designated place (CDP) in Victoria County, Texas, United States. The population was 2,562 at the 2000 census. It is included in the Victoria, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Concordia Academy (Minnesota)

Concordia Academy is a Christian high school with campuses in Roseville. Concordia Academy, a Lutheran high school, originated in 1893 as the high school of Concordia College, St. Paul, and in 1967 merged with St. Paul Lutheran High School at 2400 North Dale St. in Roseville. The school was owned and operated the Lutheran High School Association of St. Paul

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Monroe County Courthouse (Indiana)

Monroe County Courthouse in Bloomington, Indiana is a Beaux Arts building built in 1908. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

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Bloomington, Idaho

Bloomington is a city in Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States. The population was 251 at the 2000 census. It was first settled in 1864.

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List of mayors of Bloomington, Minnesota

This page lists the individuals who have served as mayor of Bloomington, Minnesota. Bloomington's mayors are full councilmembers who serve at large. A list of all of Bloomington's councilmembers can be found at List of councilmembers of Bloomington, Minnesota. The term of office was two years until 1995, when voters approved a change to 4 year terms.

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Bloomington High School (Bloomington, Illinois)

Bloomington High School (BHS) is a public secondary school in Bloomington, Illinois, and is part of Bloomington School District 87. Courses include subjects of standard core high school curricula as well as courses in fine arts, vocational skills and special education.

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Bloomington (Indiana)

List of Indiana University (Bloomington) people

This is a list of notable current and former faculty members, alumni, and non-graduating attendees of Indiana University Bloomington in Bloomington, Indiana.

Indiana University people
Ontario Highway 47

King's Highway 47, commonly referred to as Highway 47 and locally as Stouffville Road, Toronto Street and Brock Street, was a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. The mostly rural route travelled through the towns of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Goodwood, and Uxbridge on its east–west path between Highway 48 and Highway 12.

Defunct Ontario provincial highways
Clinton, Kansas

Clinton is an unincorporated community situated on a peninsula in the middle of Clinton Lake in Douglas County, Kansas, United States.

Populated places in Douglas County, Kansas Unincorporated communities in Kansas
Bloomington, York Region, Ontario

Bloomington is a hamlet in York Region, Ontario, Canada, in the town of Whitchurch–Stouffville. The hamlet is centred at the intersection of Ninth Line and Bloomington Road near the eastern boundary of the town of Whitchurch–Stouffville. Neighbouring communities within Whitchurch–Stouffville include Musselman Lake to the north, Lemonville to the west, and the community of urban Stouffville to the south. The hamlet of Goodwood in the town of Uxbridge lies to the east.

Communities in Whitchurch–Stouffville
82nd Street/Bloomington (Metro Transit station)

The 82nd/Bloomington Station is a to-be constructed station on the upcoming bus rapid transit line, Minnesota's I-35W Bus Rapid Transitway.

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Bloomington Central Business District

The Bloomington Central Business District is a historic district in the McLean County, Illinois city of Bloomington that has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1985. The Central Business district is roughly bordered by the downtown streets of Main, Front and Center.

Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Historic districts in Illinois National Register of Historic Places in McLean County, Illinois
New Bloomington, Ohio

New Bloomington is a village in Marion County, Ohio, United States. As of the 2000 census, the village population was 548.

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Bloomington Independent School District

Bloomington Independent School District is a public school district based in the community of Bloomington in unincorporated Victoria County, Texas, United States. In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.

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Bloomington, Utah

Bloomington is a populated place in Washington County, Utah, United States, which now forms part of the city of St. George, as a suburb. Access to Bloomington is achieved by "Exit 4" on Interstate 15, or by Tonaquint Drive on the North side of the "Bloomington Circle", a loop that encircles the "Bloomington Country Club".

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Bloomington–Normal (Amtrak station)

Franklin Square (Bloomington, Illinois)

Franklin Square, or Franklin Square Historic District, in Bloomington, Illinois, McLean County, encompasses parts of four blocks surrounding the city's Franklin Park. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Franklin Square contains the homes of former Vice President Adlai Stevenson I and Governor Joseph Fifer. The Square includes parts of Prairie, Chestnut, Walnut and McLean Streets and lies to the northeast of downtown Bloomington.

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Bloomington (town), Wisconsin

Bloomington is a town in Grant County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 399 at the 2000 census. The Village of Bloomington is located within the town.

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South Bloomington (MVTA station)

The South Bloomington Station is to-be constructed station on the upcoming bus rapid transit line, Minnesota's I-35W Bus Rapid Transitway.

Proposed public transportation in the United States
Bloomington Central (Metro Transit station)

The Bloomington Central light rail station is on the Hiawatha Line in the Twin Cities region of U.S. state of Minnesota. This is currently the seventeenth stop southbound. The area surrounding the station was formerly the headquarters of Control Data Corporation. The largest office tower still remains and is now the headquarters of HealthPartners. Immediately to the east of HealthPartners is The Reflections Condominiums, two 17-story residential towers with over 260 dwelling units between them.

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Pissed Off Bastards of Bloomington

The Pissed Off Bastards of Bloomington (POB) was a motorcycle club that, in 1947, along with the Boozefighters and the Market Street Commandos, participated in the highly-publicized Hollister incident (later immortalized on film as The Wild One). After the Hollister incident, a prominent Pissed Off Bastard named Otto Friedli (28 Jun 1931 - 17 Mar 2008) split with the club and formed his own group on March 17, 1948 in Fontana, just west of San Bernardino.

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Bloomington GO Station

Bloomington GO Station is a proposed train and bus station in the GO Transit network to be located in the extreme northeast corner of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, serving the Town of Whitchurch–Stouffville. It will be the terminus of the Richmond Hill line train service when its construction is completed in the mid to late 2010s. construction will commence after the completion of the corridor extension and the construction of the Gormley GO Station, expected to be completed in late 2013.

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Aurora Alternative High School (Bloomington, Indiana)

Aurora Alternative High School was a high school in Bloomington, Indiana. Aurora Alternative High School was for kids who were not successful in traditional schools or just wanted a fresh start in school life. It was also a school of choice, so a student did not have to go there, and students could choose to drop out of the school if it didn't suit their needs. It only accepted students at the end of every Trimester (in November, February and May).

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Bloomington Educational Cable Television

Bloomington Educational Cable Television or BEC-TV as it is commonly referred to as is the Educational-access television branch of the City of Bloomington, Minnesota's Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable TV stations. It is currently available to Comcast Cable subscribers in the City of Bloomington, on channel 15. They also provide programming on the sharred channel (channel 14) known as The Bloomington Channel

American public access television Television stations in Minnesota
Bloomington Symphony Orchestra (Minnesota)

The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra (BSO) was founded in 1963 by the City of Bloomington, Minnesota. The orchestra was created to provide Bloomington's citizens with classical orchestral music and to create an outlet where area instrumentalists could develop their musical abilities. The founders of the Orchestra were Gene Kelly, City of Bloomington's Parks & Recreation Director, and renowned jazz musician Paul W. Doc Evans, who served as music director until 1977.

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Cornerstone Christian Academy (Bloomington, Illinois)

Cornerstone Christian Academy of McLean County is an independent, non-denominational Christian college-preparatory private school located in Bloomington, Illinois. CCA enrolls preschool through 12th grade. It has a total enrollment of approximately 400 students.

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Bloomington, Nebraska

Bloomington is a village in Franklin County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 103 at the 2010 census.

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Bloomington Viaduct

The Bloomington Viaduct spans the Northern Branch of the Potomac River connecting Bloomington, Maryland to Mineral County, West Virginia. The sandstone railroad bridge features three full center arches, each with a 56 foot (17 m) span and a 28 foot (8.5 m) rise. It is presently owned and operated by CSX Transportation on its Mountain Subdivision.

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Bloomington High School (Bloomington, California)

Bloomington High School is a small high school in unincorporated Bloomington, California, near Riverside, Rialto, San Bernardino, and Fontana.

Public high schools in California High schools in San Bernardino County, California
East Grove Street District (Bloomington, Illinois)

The East Grove Street District in Bloomington, Illinois is a historic district that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district, added to the register in 1987, includes the four to seven hundred blocks of East Grove Street.

Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Historic districts in Illinois National Register of Historic Places in McLean County, Illinois
Bloomington Township, Monroe County, Indiana

Bloomington Township is one of eleven townships in Monroe County, Indiana, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 41,032.

Bloomington, Indiana metropolitan area Townships in Monroe County, Indiana
2010–11 Bloomington PrairieThunder season

Academic Structure of Indiana University (Bloomington)

The academic structure of Indiana University Bloomington exhibits the diversity, comprehensiveness, and depth befitting a university of its age. Indiana University Bloomington is academically organized into one large college, which itself contains one school, and twelve more-specialized schools, which together confer more than 900 different degrees, majors, and programs:

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Bloomington Township, McLean County, Illinois

Bloomington Township is located in McLean County, Illinois. The population was 3,176 at the 2000 census.

Townships in McLean County, Illinois Populated places established in 1857
Fans Field (Bloomington)

Fans Field was a minor league baseball park in Bloomington, Illinois, and was home of the Bloomington Bloomers of the Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League, popularly known as the Three-I League or jokingly as the Three-Eye League, from the early 1900s into the 1940s. It was a short block east of South Main Street, on the south side of Lafayette, perhaps not coincidentally near the Brewery that sat just west of South Main and served the city's significant German population well.

Defunct baseball venues Sports venues in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Baseball venues in Illinois
Bloomington High School

Evergreen Cemetery (Bloomington, Illinois)

Evergreen Cemetery, in Bloomington, Illinois, is also known as Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. The cemetery was originally two separate cemeteries, adjacent to each other. The first was the Bloomington Cemetery, founded in 1850 by the Bloomington Cemetery Association; the other was Evergreen Cemetery, founded in 1860. The Bloomington Cemetery was funded by city tax dollars, while Evergreen was privately funded and maintained.

Cemeteries in Illinois 19th-century establishments in the United States Protected areas of McLean County, Illinois Bloomington, Illinois
Bloomington Blues

Bloomington (disambiguation)

Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System

Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System is the primary provider of mass transportation in McLean County, Illinois. Eleven regular routes are provided, plus Illinois State University Redbird Express service. Night rides are provided until 1:00am via the After Hours service and NiteRide. The majority of the B-NPTS bus fleet consists of Gillig Phantom buses, with five Gillig Low Floor buses supplementing.

Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Bus transportation in Illinois
Bloomington Ferry Trail Bridge

The Bloomington Ferry Trail Bridge is a bicycle trail / pedestrian bridge over the Minnesota River between Bloomington, Minnesota and Shakopee, Minnesota. It opened in 1998, replacing the old Bloomington Ferry Bridge, a 2-lane vehicle swing bridge demolished upon the completion of the new Bloomington Ferry Bridge approx. 3/4 mi. upstream in 1996.

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List of councilmembers of Bloomington, Minnesota

Councilmembers of the City of Bloomington, Minnesota. When the Bloomington City Council first convened in 1953, all Councilmembers [the City's preferred spelling and capitalization] were elected "at large. " That is, each Councilmember was elected to represent the entire city's residents and interests. At that time, the Council comprised 5 members, including the Mayor, who was (and still is) an at-large Councilmember.

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Bloomington (film)

Bloomington is a 2010 coming-of-age drama film about a former child actress (Sarah Stouffer) attending college in search of independence and who ends up becoming romantically involved with a female professor played by Allison McAtee. Their relationship thrives until an opportunity to return to acting forces her to make life-altering decisions.

American films American LGBT-related films 2010 films 2010s drama films Lesbian-related films English-language films
Miller Park Zoo

Miller Park Zoo is a zoo located in Miller Park; a public park in Bloomington, Illinois, USA. It is administered by the Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Bloomington.

Visitor attractions in McLean County, Illinois Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Zoos in Illinois
Mayflower Classic

The Mayflower Classic was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1976 to 1988. It was played at three different course in Indiana.

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2011–12 Bloomington Blaze season

Bloomington Township, Decatur County, Iowa

Bloomington Township is a township in Decatur County, Iowa, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 195.

Townships in Decatur County, Iowa
Miller Park (Bloomington, Illinois)

Miller Park is a public park in Bloomington, Illinois. It is in the southwest part of the city, on a large block south of Wood Street and east of Morris Avenue. The park features a pavilion, an artificial lake, a zoo, softball fields, two war memorials, and a preserved steam locomotive, its tender (rail) and a caboose from the Nickel Plate Road which formerly served the area. The park also includes a mini golf course, sand volleyball courts and a playground.

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Morgan House (Bloomington, Indiana)

Morgan House is a historic home in Bloomington, Indiana. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

Buildings and structures in Monroe County, Indiana Houses completed in 1890 Bloomington, Indiana Queen Anne architecture in Indiana National Register of Historic Places in Monroe County, Indiana
Bloomington Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

Bloomington Township is one of twelve townships in Buchanan County, Missouri, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 699.

Townships in Buchanan County, Missouri
Central Catholic High School (Bloomington, Illinois)

Central Catholic High School is a Catholic high school in Bloomington, Illinois, and serves approximately 400 students from around the Bloomington-Normal area. Students are required to perform 10 hours of community service per semester, and the service is intended to be connected to one of the Catholic Works of Mercy.

Roman Catholic secondary schools in Illinois Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria Educational institutions established in 1928 Schools in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois
Eastland Mall (Bloomington, Illinois)

Eastland Mall is an enclosed shopping mall in Bloomington, Illinois. Established in 1967 and expanded several times in its history, the mall includes JCPenney, Macy's, Sears, Bergner's and Kohl's, with more than ninety inline tenants and a food court. The mall is owned and managed by CBL & Associates Properties.

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Bloomington Viaduct Bloomington Viaduct 1

Bloomington Community Orchard

The Bloomington Community Orchard is a fruit orchard in Bloomington, Indiana.

Bloomington, Indiana
Bloomington New Tech High School

Bloomington New Tech High School is a high school in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. Opened in fall 2008 with a class size of 96 students, the school will serve students in 9th-12th grades, adding a class each year, with up to 100 students per grade. As of May 2009, the class of 2012 has 50-65 students. The school has a 1:1 student to computer ratio.

Educational institutions established in 2008 High schools in Indiana Schools in Monroe County, Indiana
Bloomington, Nova Scotia

Bloomington is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County.

Communities in Annapolis County, Nova Scotia General Service Areas in Nova Scotia
2010–11 Bloomington PrairieThunder season

The 2010–11 Bloomington PrairieThunder season was the first season in the Central Hockey League of the CHL franchise in Bloomington, Illinois.

2010–11 CHL season
Bryan House (Bloomington, Indiana)

The Bryan House is the traditional home of the president of Indiana University (IU) in the center of the Bloomington campus of the university. It is named in honor of William Lowe Bryan, who served as Indiana University's tenth president from 1902 to 1937. President Bryan's wife Charlotte oversaw the design and construction of the home. Due to its prominence on campus the Bryan House has been a focal point for university gatherings and protests.

Indiana culture Indiana University Bloomington
List of people from Bloomington, Illinois

The following list includes notable people who were born or have lived in Bloomington, Illinois. See also: Category:People from Bloomington, Illinois

People from Bloomington, Illinois Lists of people by city in the United States Illinois-related lists
Bloomington–Normal (Amtrak station)

The Bloomington–Normal Amtrak station is a train station in Normal, Illinois, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The current terminal was built in 1990. The station is also served by connecting busses for passengers going to Davenport, Galesburg, Peoria, Champaign/Urbana, and Indianapolis.

Amtrak stations in Illinois Article Feedback 5 Alton Railroad Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Railway stations opened in 1990 Buildings and structures in McLean County, Illinois
Bloomington Heights, Illinois

Bloomington Heights is an unincorporated community in McLean County, Illinois.

Populated places in McLean County, Illinois Unincorporated communities in Illinois
Bloomington–Normal, Illinois

Bloomington-Normal refers to the twin municipalities of Bloomington and Normal in McLean County, in Central Illinois. The combined population of the two communities in a special census in 2006 was 125,000.

Geography of McLean County, Illinois Bloomington-Normal, Illinois
Bloomington, Missouri

Bloomington is an unincorporated community in Macon County, Missouri, United States. Bloomington is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) north of Bevier. Bloomington was built in 1837, and is the oldest community in Macon County. It served as Macon County's seat until 1863.

Unincorporated communities in Macon County, Missouri
Bloomington Transit

Bloomington Transit is the provider of mass transportation in Bloomington, Indiana. 13 route are provided, with many connected to Indiana University.

Transportation in Monroe County, Indiana Bus transportation in Indiana Bloomington, Indiana
Bloomington Township, Butler County, Kansas

Bloomington Township is a township in Butler County, Kansas, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 544.

Townships in Butler County, Kansas
MarsCon (Bloomington, Minnesota)

MarsCon is a science fiction convention held in Bloomington, Minnesota. It was first held in February 1999 with the goal of appealing to a diverse audience of fans in Minnesota and the vicinity. It is a mid-sized convention with a wide variety of events including panel discussions, guest of honor presentations, music of many kinds, art show, film room, science room, dealers room, charity auction, and a masquerade.

Visitor attractions in Hennepin County, Minnesota Conventions in Minnesota Bloomington, Minnesota Recurring events established in 1999 American science fiction conventions
Stevenson House (Bloomington, Illinois)

The Stevenson House has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since May 24, 1974. The home is located on East Washington Street in the county seat of McLean County, Illinois, Bloomington. The home was historically affiliated with Adlai E. Stevenson II.

Buildings and structures in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois Stevenson family Houses in McLean County, Illinois Bloomington, Illinois National Register of Historic Places in McLean County, Illinois
2011–12 Bloomington Blaze season

The 2011–12 Bloomington Blaze season was the first season of the Central Hockey League (CHL) franchise in Bloomington, Illinois.

2011–12 CHL season
Legg House (Bloomington, Indiana)

The Legg House is a historic former farmhouse in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. Built in the middle of the nineteenth century, it has experienced a range of uses, culminating in its present status as an Indiana University office building. After a period of deterioration, it was restored to its original condition, and it has been designated a historic site.

Buildings and structures in Monroe County, Indiana Indiana University Bloomington University and college administration buildings in the United States Former houses in the United States Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Indiana Houses completed in 1848 Greek Revival architecture in Indiana National Register of Historic Places in Monroe County, Indiana

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