Dolly Rebecca Parton, born on January 19, 1946, is best known for her song "I'm Not Not" "Will I always love you" and her music. She has composed over 3,000 songs, including more than 2,500 solo and duet songs, as well as many duets, and has released over 110 singles in the last 40 years. She also has 25 songs that have reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, with Reba McEntire the record for a female artist, with "I Will Always Love You" a record number of top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, and with her first single "Dixie Chicks" she had a number one hit.
She is one of only seven artists to win a Grammy for best country album for her song "Dixie Chicks" and is also one of the few to have received at least one nomination each. She has also won four Grammys, four Academy of Country Music Award nominations and two Golden Globe Awards for best country album.
Her music includes "Dixie Chicks," "Crazy in Love" and "Country Music's Greatest Hits," all certified by the American Country Music Association (ACM), the oldest and most prestigious organization in the country music industry.
As an amateur wrestler, Gagne won two NCAA titles and was a three-time NCAA champion (1948, 1949, 1951) and a four-year member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) National Championship Team before turning pro in 1949. He also won the US National Heavyweight Championship, the NCAA heavyweight title, and held the combined domination of the national heavyweight title in both men's and women's wrestling for four consecutive years (1953-54). He is one of only seven men inducted into the American Wrestling Association's Hall of Fame, and the only woman in the history of the induction class.
In 1943, he was recruited to the University of Minnesota to play football, where he was named to the All-Big Ten team. He returned to his alma mater, the College of St. Cloud State University, in 1944 and 1945, and to Minnesota in 1946, where he won two NCAA titles as an amateur wrestler.
The NWA later reversed the referee's decision in Chicago and returned the title to Thesz. However, some wrestling areas within the Nwa, including Nebraska, refused to support the decisions and continued to recognize Carpentier.
The AWA was founded in August 1960 and it became known that NWA champion Pat O'Connor did not meet Gagne and was recognized as the first AWa world champion. Carpentier lost his title to Gagna, making him the only recognized NwaWrestling World Champion in the organization's history, but not recognized by any of the member countries. Three months later, he surrendered the belt to Wilbur Snyder. On 12 March 2009, the Hennepin County district attorney's office officially announced the guilty plea of Gagagne, who was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of criminal mischief for lack of sufficient evidence to convict Gutmann of causing harm due to his dementia.
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Linda worked as a certified student attorney at the University of Minnesota Law School, where she represented cities and counties of Minnesota as part of a crime prosecution clinic and later represented penniless offenders as part of the Criminal Defense Clinic. After law school, Linda continued to work for the Minnesota State High School League, working with Kelly Fawcett in that capacity and participating in a number of other law clinics in Minnesota. Later, she worked in her private practice for Minnesota prisoners and family law matters, representing Minnesota prisons and families in their affairs, and cooperating with the state Department of Justice and the Minnesota Prisoners' Association. Linda worked in the Twin Cities, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth and Minneapolis - Falls, Minnesota - throughout Minnesota while attending law school.
She has defended the cities of Minnesota and also filed lawsuits on behalf of the cities and taken out insurance for the League of Cities of Minnesota. Linda has focused her lawsuits in the Twin Cities on issues such as violating development covenants and violating the Minnesota Municipal Code. It has also filed a lawsuit against a Minnesota city that is in violation of its own development agreement with the City of Minneapolis.
Gagne's biggest feuds were with the city of Minneapolis and Larry Gagne, the former president of the Minnesota League of Cities of Minnesota.