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  2. Air Choice One - Wikipedia

    Multi-Aero, Inc., doing business as Air Choice One, is an American airline with its headquarters in Concord, Missouri within the Greater St. Louis area. It operates as a regional airline offering commuter flights from St. Louis Lambert International Airport and O'Hare International Airport to smaller regional airports, subsidized under the Essential Air Service program.

  3. Sonny Burgess - Wikipedia

    Biography. Burgess was born on a farm near Newport, Arkansas to Albert and Esta Burgess. He graduated from Newport High School in 1948. In the early 1950s, Burgess played boogie woogie music in dance halls and bars around Newport.

  4. KWEM-LP - Wikipedia

    KWEM-LP is a low-power FM radio station in West Memphis, Arkansas, United States, owned by Arkansas State University Mid-South.The station airs a format of blues and gospel music and is also used as a training ground for students in the community college's digital media program.

  5. Bryan Harsin - Wikipedia

    Because Malzahn and his predecessor Hugh Freeze left after just one season in Jonesboro, Harsin's contract at Arkansas State included a $1.75 million buyout clause. Harsin led the Red Wolves to a 7–5 record in 2013 and a share of the Sun Belt Conference title with a 5–2 record.

  6. 2021 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football team - Wikipedia

    The 2021 schedule consists of 7 home and 5 away games in the regular season. The Chanticleers will travel to Sun Belt foes Arkansas State, Appalachian State, Georgia Southern, and South Alabama. Coastal will play host to Sun Belt foes Louisiana–Monroe, Troy, Georgia State, and Texas State.

  7. Cone sisters - Wikipedia

    Until 1871 the family lived in Jonesboro, Tennessee, where they had a successful grocery business. This is where Claribel and Etta were born. Claribel, the fifth child in the family of thirteen children, was born November 14, 1864. Etta, the ninth child in the family, was born November 30, 1870.