WESTPORT, Ind. — The Napoleon State Bank announced that demolition of the car wash next to the bank property in Westport has been completed.The bank purchased the property next to the former MainSource Bank this past Spring.“This will allow for extra parking for our new branch, as well as enable us to extend the drive-thru lanes to improve drivability,” said Mark Comer,CEO/President.“Along with exterior improvements, we will also begin updating the interior of the existing bank building within the next few months.”The new branch will be the bank’s sixth location and will open sometime in March of 2019.
EAGLE, Neb. – Fourteen states are represented by the 117 drivers pre-entered for the Aug. 30-Sept. 2 RaceSaver Nationals at Eagle Raceway.The winner of Sunday’s main event for IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars goes home with a minimum of $2,500, plus a bonus of as much as $1,500, $30 for each of as many as 50 sanctioned starts going into the holiday weekend.Qualifying features on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 both pay $700 to win while the top prize for Saturday’s Jake Ita Memorial race is $1,000. Taking the green in Sunday’s big show pays a minimum of $1,250.The first non-qualifier in the ‘B’ feature on Sunday gets $1,000 and the 20th place finisher gets $500 from IMCA.TV. A minimum of $450 will be paid to each driver starting a race each day.Drivers now entered for the sixth annual RaceSaver Nationals include:Gene Ackland, Martell; Brandon Allen, St. Peter, Minn.; Bruce Allen, Mankato, Minn.; Justin Allen, Gaylord, Minn.; Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, S.D.; Ethan Barrow, Bloomington, Ind.; Brett Becker, Odessa, Texas; Tom Belsky, North Platte; Clint Benson, Papillion; Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan.; Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C.; Brandon Bosma, Round Lake, Minn.; and Mike Boston, LincolnRick Bray, Lemoore, Calif.; Nick Bryan, Lincoln; Jake Bubak, Arvada, Colo.; Casey Burkham, Combine, Texas; John Carney, Lubbock, Texas; Dwight Carter, Lincoln; Toby Chapman, Panama; Clayton Christensen, Spencer, Iowa; Dalyn Cody, Northfield, Minn.; Luke Cranston, Holcomb, Kan.; Blake Dacus, Fletcher, Okla.; Jason Danley, Lincoln; and Joey Danley, Lincoln.Michael Day, Greenville, Texas; Keith Dragoo, Greenwood; Tyler Drueke, Eagle; Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa.; Matt Etzelmiller, Keller, Texas; Claud Estes, Godley, Texas; Colby Estes, Mansfield, Texas; Daniel Estes Jr., Burleson, Texas; Tony Everhart, El Cajon, Calif.; Monty Ferriera, Fresno, Calif.; Justin Fifield, Mesquite, Texas; Gary Floyd, San Angelo, Texas; and Tim Fricke, Lincoln.Bill Garrow, Lincoln; Jesse Graham, Lewisville, Texas; Jimmy Grasso, Omaha; Trey Gropp, Lincoln; Adam Gullion, Lincoln; Ryan Hall, Midlothian, Texas; Rick Hansen, Omaha; Jaremi Hanson, Dillsburg, Pa.; Jerald Harris, Rockingham, Va.; Rod Henning, Middletown, Ind.; Brandon Hickman, Lubbock, Texas; Tim Hilfiker, Greenwood; and Bob Hildreth, Iowa Falls, Iowa.Brandon Horton, Omaha; Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa; Jason Howell, Fort Worth, Texas; Junior Jenkins, Greenville, Texas; Tige Jensen, Lincoln; Kaleb Johnson, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Nathan Johnson, Hastings; Mike Johnston, Des Moines, Iowa; Chris Kelly, Moore, Okla.; Ryan King, Bennet; Ryan Kitchen, Lincoln; Mark Klis Jr., Waxahachie, Texas; and Cody Ledger, Omaha.Samantha Lieberman, Southhampton, Pa.; Doug Lovegrove, Waverly; David Luckie, Lubbock, Texas; Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa.; Chance McCrary, Farmersville, Texas; Charlie McDonald, Midlothian, Texas; Austin McLean, Loveland, Colo.; Jason Martin, Lincoln; Justin Melton, Lewisville, Texas; Michelle Melton, Flower Mound, Texas; Jason Miller, Omaha; Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa; and Zachary Newlin, Millerstown, Pa.Neil Nickolite, Bellwood; Danny Nekolite, Oneill; Rod Ort, Lewisberry, Pa.; Mark Pace, Lincoln; John Paynter Jr., Bloomington, Ind.; Jeff Pendergast, Norfolk; Boyd Peterson, Ithaca; Shon Pointer, Grand Island; Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas; Dustin Reeh, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Matt Richards, Lincoln; John Ricketts, Burleson, Texas; and Josh Riggins, Lincoln.Frank Rodgers, Lucas, Iowa; Dan Satriano, Papillion; Logan Scherb, Bowie, Texas; Lucas Scherb, Decatur, Texas; Jeremy Schultz, Stewart, Minn.; Blake Scott, Pauls Valley, Okla.; Trevor Serbus, Olivia, Minn.; Steven Shebester, Mustang, Okla.; Andy Shouse, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa; Stuart Snyder, Lincoln; Rob Solomon, Fresno, Calif.; and Joey Starnes, Springtown, Texas.Randy Sterling, Morrisdale, Pa.; Joel Thorpe, Urbandale, Iowa; Josh Toho, Hinton, Okla.; Robert Vetter, Wolfe City, Texas; Ryan Voss, Spirit Lake, Iowa; Charlie Ware, Hallieford, Va.; John Webster, North Platte; Chase Weiler, Lincoln; Nate Weiler, LaVista; Dustyn Welch, Bryan, Texas; Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas; Lorne Wofford, Alamogordo, N.M.; and Ben Woods, Newton, Iowa.RaceSaver Nationals will be broadcast by IMCA.TV.Tech inspection begins at 9 a.m. Thursday. Aug. 30. An open practice starts at 6 p.m. and precedes race of champions qualifying. RaceSaver Nationals drivers must be licensed IMCA members and are required to have competed at a minimum of three IMCA sanctioned RaceSaver events prior to the Labor Day Weekend.Thomas Weeks from the Discovery Channel’s Misfit Garage will be grand marshal for the event. Weeks and his crew will spend the week at Eagle.Pit passes are $15 on Thursday and $25 each night Friday & Saturday. Sunday pit passes are $30. Discounted three-day pit passes are available for $75. Adult grandstand admission is $13 on Friday, $15 on Saturday and $18 on Sunday. Kids ages 6-12 are $5 and five and under get in free each night.A three-day grandstand pass is $40 and can be purchased online or by calling the Eagle Raceway office at 402 238-2595.RaceSaver Nationals is presented by Precise Racing Products. Mach-1 Sport Compacts are also on the card Friday, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods on Saturday and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks on Sunday.
RelatedPosts Aruna Quadri’s uncommon qualities stand him out, says Oshodi Quadri Aruna leads Africa to World Cup Aruna’s arrival attracted interest in Germany — TTBL After hobnobbing with the heavyweights in several major competitions, Sami Kherouf alongside Mohamed Boudjadja at the 2019 African Games became the first set of Algerian players to win gold medal at the multi-sports tournament. The men’s doubles title was celebrated by the government of Algeria and again Kherouf is hoping to go beyond this at the 2020 ITTF Africa Top 16 Cup in Tunisia. The 31-year-old has been listed among the cast for the ITTF Africa Top 16 Cup in Tunisia from February 24 to 26 and the 31-year-old is leaving no stone unturned in his quest to halt the dominance of Aruna Quadri and Omar Assar. He said: “I am preparing for the ITTF Africa Top 16 Cup like every African competition with the ambition to do better than the last edition. “My main goal in Tunisia is to win a medal at Africa Top 16 Cup.” Being his third appearance in the tournament, Kherouf has been threatening the old order and believes he might alter the order this year. He boasted: “I don’t set a specific goal as the dream of every player is to win tournament and this is my ambition which is the will to go farther. “I am not bothered about the seeding list as seeding can be altered on table. “I don’t care about the rating as I am aiming to win every game I play. “I believe the ranking will change after the tournament.” Also, the President of Tunisia Table Tennis Federation, Lotfi Guerfel, has assured of the country’s readiness to stage a befitting tournament. Guerfel said: “Everything is ready. “We started planning for the events when the announcement was made that Tunisia will host the two tournaments at the Annual General Meeting of African Table Tennis Federation in Morocco in 2019. “We have booked the venue, arrangement for the hotel has been made, while officials of the African Federation have also come for inspection of facilities. “For us, hosting a major competition is the best way to promote table tennis more in Tunisia and it is an opportunity to talk about table tennis in the media as well as to get equipment donations from ITTF.” Acknowledging the quality of players, Guerfel said: “The best players are from Egypt, Nigeria, Tunisia and Algeria. “This was again confirmed at the 2019 African Games in Morocco with the emergence of individual talents like Ibrahima Diaw of Senegal and Sarah Hanffou of Cameroon.”Tags: 2019 African Gamesaruna quadriITTF AfricaMohamed BoudjadjaSami Kherouf
FLORIDA CITY, Fla. (WSVN) — Police are asking for the public’s help finding a man who went missing in Florida City, last week.According to investigators, 34-year-old Craig Simmons was last seen near Southwest 216th Street and 103rd Court. Authorities issued a missing persons report on Aug. 12.Police said Simmons stands 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 165 pounds and has a skeleton tattoo on his left arm.If you have seen him, call Florida City Police Sgt. David Hunsberger at 305-247-8223, extension 310.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.