Stevens Point

Some articles on stevens point, point:

List Of World Beer Cup Awards - Beer Awards - Lager - American-Style Amber Lager
... Year Medal Brew Brewery Location 1996 Gold Amber Lager Stevens Point Brewery Stevens Point, Wisconsin Silver JJ Wainwright Evil Eye Amber Lager Pittsburgh Brewing Company ... Hood River, Oregon Silver Amber Lager Stevens Point Brewery Stevens Point, Wisconsin Bronze Red Dragon Lager Blue Corn Cafe Brewery Albuquerque, New Mexico 2004 Gold Cascade Autumn Amber ... Middleton, Wisconsin 2006 Gold Toasted Lager Blue Point Brewing Co ...
Midstate Airlines
... Commuter (MAC)) was an airline with its headquarters in Stevens Point, Wisconsin ... Wisconsin Airport serves the communities of Stevens Point, Wausau, Marshfield, and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, and the smaller suburbs—Mosinee, Plover, and Rosholt—with long runways that ... was purchased from Shwery by Sentry Insurance of Stevens Point, and subsequently resold to CEO and investor Bryce Appleton in 1986 ...
Schmeeckle Reserve (Stevens Point, Wisconsin)
... (1.1 km2) natural land area located on the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States ...
Stevens Point Municipal Airport
... Stevens Point Municipal Airport (IATA STE, ICAO KSTE, FAA LID STE) is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northeast of the central business ... It is owned and operated by the City of Stevens Point ...
Bob Raczek - Legacy - Honors
... In 1999, Bob Raczek was inducted into the Stevens Point Pacelli Athletic Hall of Fame ... image has been painted on a mural in Stevens Point, along with other historical figures that helped make the city of Stevens Point what it is today ...

Famous quotes containing the words point and/or stevens:

    The realization that he is white in a black country, and respected for it, is the turning point in the expatriate’s career. He can either forget it, or capitalize on it. Most choose the latter.
    Paul Theroux (b. 1941)

    The wind,
    Tempestuous clarion, with heavy cry,
    Came bluntly thundering, more terrible
    Than the revenge of music on bassoons.
    —Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)