Kishwaukee

Some articles on kishwaukee:

Kishwaukee River - Wildlife - Birds
... The Kishwaukee's bird population is not atypical for the area, which is primarily agricultural ... regularly occur in Illinois at least 262 of them can be found along and around the Kishwaukee River ... Around 135 species have bred in and around the Kishwaukee River at some time or another ...
Northern Illinois University Shooting - Shooting - Injured
16 of the injured victims were transported to DeKalb's Kishwaukee Community Hospital ... On February 15, 2008, an additional victim sought treatment at Kishwaukee Hospital, bringing the total of hospitalized injured victims to 17 ... good condition, one in stable, and eight discharged, according to Kishwaukee Community Hospital ...
Kishwaukee River - Wildlife - Plants
... Plant life along the Kishwaukee is abundant ... goldenrods and gentians bloom in late October, 1,070 species of plant are found in the Kishwaukee Basin, around 34% of the state's native vascular plants ... Invasive species continue to be a problem in the Kishwaukee River Basin ...
USS Kishwaukee (AOG-9)
... USS Kishwaukee (AOG-9) was a Patapsco-class gasoline tanker acquired by the U.S ... Kishwaukee had the distinction of being one of the few ships serving in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, and returned home proudly with battle and campaign stars to their credit ... Kishwaukee was launched 24 July 1943, by Cargill Shipyard, Savage, Minnesota sponsored by Mrs ...
USS Kishwaukee (AOG-9) - End-of-service Activity
... Kishwaukee was decommissioned on 15 January 1970 at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and laid up at INACTSHIPMAINTFAC West Lock, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii ... Kishwaukee was disposed of by MARAD sale, 12 December 1978 to Mid Pacific Sea Harvesters, LTD for $56,480, for conversion to a fishing vessel ... Kishwaukee was converted to the fishing vessel Vicky Rae, serving as such until 1997 when she was scrapped in Shanghai, China ...