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Used Nissan Rogue Boise ID 83704   

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Nissan Rogue SV

Here's a great deal on a 2019 Nissan Rogue. With less than 40,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the efficient 4 cylinder engine, and all wheel drive keeps this model firmly attached to the road surface. It includes heated seats, 1-touch window functionality, a blind spot monitoring system, fully automatic headlights, telescoping steering wheel, turn signal indicator mirrors, power windows, and air conditioning. Nissan ensures the safety and security of its passengers with equipment such as: dual front impact airbags, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, anti-whiplash front head restraints, ignition disabling, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. With electronic stability control supplementing mechanical systems, you'll maintain precise command of the roadway. It also arrives with a Carfax history report, indicating just one previous owner. We have the vehicle you've been searching for at a price you can afford. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Nissan Rogue Boise ID 83704   

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Nissan Rogue SV

Introducing the 2019 Nissan Rogue. With less than 30,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. All wheel drive provides for safe passage, regardless of road or weather conditions. Top features include air conditioning, 1-touch window functionality, a trip computer, heated seats, telescoping steering wheel, turn signal indicator mirrors, an overhead console, and more. Nissan also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front side impact airbags, traction control, anti-whiplash front head restraints, a panic alarm, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Brake assist technology provides extra pressure when applying the brakes. A Carfax history report indicates just one previous owner. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


          

Used Buick Century Boise ID 83704   

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Buick Century Limited

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Used Nissan 350Z Boise ID 83704   

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Nissan 350Z Touring

The 2004 Nissan Juke. This 2 door, 2 passenger convertible has just over 90,000 miles. Nissan made sure to keep road-handling and sportiness at the top of it's priority list. It features a standard transmission, rear-wheel drive, and a 3.5 liter 6 cylinder engine. Nissan infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: variably intermittent wipers, power front seats, a built-in garage door transmitter, tilt steering wheel, a power convertible roof, cruise control, and leather upholstery. With high intensity discharge headlights illuminating your path, you'll always appreciate maximum visibility. Enjoy your favorite music via the stereo system, which includes a CD player with AM/FM radio, a cassette player, and 7 speakers, providing excellent sound throughout the cabin. Nissan also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, anti-whiplash front head restraints, a security system, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. A Carfax history report provides you peace of mind by detailing information related to past owners and service records. Our knowledgeable sales staff is available to answer any questions that you might have. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. We are here to help you.


          

Used Buick Verano Boise ID 83704   

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Buick Verano Sport Touring Group

Sensibility and practicality define the 2016 Buick Verano. This 4 door, 5 passenger sedan has just over 80,000 miles. Under the hood you'll find a 4 cylinder engine with more than 170 horsepower, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Top features include front bucket seats, front and rear reading lights, a tachometer, variably intermittent wipers, heated seats, tilt steering wheel, heated door mirrors, and air conditioning. Passengers are protected by various safety and security features, including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front and rear side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, a panic alarm, onStar, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. This car was designed with safety in mind, allowing you to drive with even greater assurance. It also arrives with a Carfax history report, providing you peace of mind with detailed information. We have a skilled and knowledgeable sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our customers needs. We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Call now to schedule a test drive.


          

1995 USAC SILVER CROWN SEASON REVIEW   

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1995 USAC Silver Crown champion Tony Stewart.

In celebration of the 50th year of USAC Silver Crown Champ Car racing in 2020, we are reviewing the past 49 years of series history.

 

1995 USAC SILVER CROWN SEASON REVIEW

In 1983, 12-year-old Tony Stewart made a starting proclamation to his father during a trip to Oskaloosa, Iowa for the IKF Dirt Grand National go-kart races.

“I’m going to win it,” he said.

His dad, Nelson, having just cautioned his son about getting his hopes too high, would soon realize what the rest of the nation now knows.  Determination has played a key role in Tony’s success.

A dozen years later, the younger Stewart stood on a plateau no USAC driver had ever reached to that point in the 40-year history of the club.  Nobody, not A.J. Foyt, not Mario Andretti, not even Rich Vogler, who probably had the best chance prior to Stewart, ever seriously challenged for three national championships in the same season.

Stewart’s 1995 USAC True Value Silver Crown, National Sprint and National Midget championships represent one of the most incredible accomplishments in the history of motorsports.

“I never dreamed this was possible,” Stewart related in retrospect.  “I’ve got a lot of respect for guys like Vogler, Foyt and Andretti.  It’s a real honor to be included in that group.”

The son of Nelson Stewart, a former USAC Midget and Silver Crown driver who never really had the best of equipment, Tony realized the importance of having good people around him and gave much of the credit for his success to those who made the Triple Crown possible.

“Dad got me a yard kart (his first ride) but I tore up the yard with it, so he decided to get behind me and help me do it right,” Stewart continued.

The Oskaloosa, Iowa Grand Nationals (his first trip away from his home track in Columbus, Ind.) found Tony facing the challenge of Californian Mike Berg, the defending champion who had 14 karts and 23 engines at his disposal.  He proved to his dad quickly that he wasn’t kidding when he said he was going to win.

Tony’s approach to racing in 1995 did a 180-degree turn from 1994, when he won the USAC National Midget title.

“The experience of running for the title (in 1994) paid off,” Stewart added.  “The early part of the season was a struggle but Bob East and Glen Niebel kept pushing me to be the best I could every race and their support was vital.  I just want to be the best I can every time I race.  That way, I can live with whatever the results are.  When I don’t live up to my potential, that’s hard to accept.”

Of the three USAC National championships he procured in 1995, for Stewart, the Silver Crown title was the most surprising.

“I was just hoping for a top-three finish after the Hoosier Hundred disappointment but our second place at Eldora was great for the whole team.  It got us fired up and the cards just fell in place at Sacramento.  Darland and Hewitt had me beat, for sure.  They were strong all year and we were just fortunate to finish ahead of them.”

Entering the finale at Sacramento, California’s Cal Expo State Fairgrounds, Darland led Hewitt by eight points, and each needed only a top-seven finish to eliminate Stewart from contention.  Stewart needed a second-place finish or better and DNFs by Darland and Hewitt for any chance at the crown.

Darland was the first out of the race, an oil fire putting him on the sidelines only 11 laps into the contest.  Hewitt slid wide and hit the outside wall on lap 33, ending his night, leaving Stewart to chase winner Donnie Beechler to the checkered flag.  The finish gave Stewart a two-point victory over Darland, with Hewitt third in the final ranking.

Stewart became the first driver to win the series crown without a victory since Steve Butler in 1988 and, oddly enough, Stewart never led a lap during the 1995 season!

Consistency, however, played a big part in Stewart’s drive.  Only twice in 10 starts did he fail to finish in the top-10, and he had second places in the final two races to snatch the title away from Dave Darland and Jack Hewitt.

The series began with 15 different lap leaders in the first six races.  In fact, no driver was able to lead more than once during those first six events.

Chuck Leary was rewarded with Silver Crown Rookie of the Year honors while Dave Darland collected the series’ Most Improved Driver award.

 

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$16,796 COPPER WORLD TRIUMPH FOR BLISS

Avondale, Arizona………Mike Bliss of Milwaukie, Ore. captured the opening event of the True Value USAC Silver Crown series at Phoenix International Raceway on February 5.

Bliss’ victory in the 50-mile Skoal Bandit Racing Copper World Classic gave him the early lead in the 1995 series standings.

Bliss averaged a record 130.917 mph in his McClure Racing special to beat George Snider, Jac Haudenschild, Tony Stewart and Ron Shuman to the checkered flag.  Bliss took the lead from Snider on the 39th lap and led the rest of the way for the win, which was worth $16,796 from the total purse of $73,150, which included lap prizes and accessories.

Snider led the first 38 laps of the race after jumping ahead of Bliss on the opening lap.  Jack Runyon finished sixth in the 30-car field, followed by Jim Mahoney, Jack Hewitt, Rocky Hodges and Ray Evans.

Bob Cicconi won Saturday’s 10-mile qualifying race.

Twenty-four of the 30 starters were running at the finish of the race, run entirely without caution flags.

Defending Silver Crown champion Jimmy Sills was forced to the pits early in the contest and eventually finished seven laps behind in the 21st position.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN RACE RESULTS: February 2-5, 1995 – Avondale, Arizona – Phoenix International Raceway – 18th Skoal Bandit Racing Copper World Classic

QUALIFYING: (Top-24 locked into the feature) 1. Mike Bliss, 69, McClure-26.427; 2. Jac Haudenschild, 4, Consani-26.454; 3. Ron Shuman, 14, Ede-26.491; 4. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-26.519; 5. Stan Fox, 9, Goetz-26.565; 6. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-26.587; 7. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-26.647; 8. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-26.677; 9. Chuck Gurney, 95, Fresno Roofing-26.730; 10. Davey Hamilton, 51, Trigueiro-26.790; 11. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-26.875; 12. Kenny Irwin Jr., 23, Calderwood-26.903; 13. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-26.943; 14. Chip Thomas, 59, Beach-27.016; 15. Jim Mahoney, 2, Vance-27.025; 16. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-27.062; 17. Dave Steele, 88, Nowling-27.092; 18. Billy Pauch, 72, Brown-27.103; 19. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-27.178; 20. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-27.227; 21. Ray Evans, 85, Port O’ Call-27.230; 22. Gary Irvin, 48, Irvin-27.256; 23. Tony Stewart, 76, Niebel-27.259; 24. Greg Peterson, 57, Dolner-27.282; 25. Bob Cicconi, 159, Cicconi-27.288; 26. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-27.292; 27. Ken Hamilton, 90, Tyler-27.309; 28. Russ Gamester, 12, Galas-27.375; 29. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart-27.378; 30. Brent Kaeding, 96, Los Gatos-27.387; 31. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-27.492; 32. Rick Sipes, 27, Sipes-27.529; 33. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-27.547; 34. Wally Pankratz, 73, Dickson-27.602; 35. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-27.623; 36. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-27.848; 37. Jerry Coons Jr., 77, Pritchett-27.989; 38. Jim Keeker, 120, Nolen-28.181; 39. Kenneth Nichols, 6, Leader Card-28.222; 40. Don Jones, 35, Rising Moore-28.511; 41. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-29.092; 42. Jackie Burke, 22, Lawson-29.508; 43. Bob Meli, 41, Spivey-31.037; 44. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard-NT; 45. Bentley Warren, 29, Seymour-NT; 46. Andy Michner, 5, Steck-NT; 47. Lou Cicconi Jr., 58, Cicconi-NT; 48. Greg Staab, 79, Stasa-NT; 49. #111, Snider-Foyt-NT. (Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-27.722 - Withdrawn)

QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-6 transfer to the feature) 1. Bob Cicconi, 2. Russ Gamester, 3. Bill Baue, 4. Gary Hieber, 5. Rick Sipes, 6. Brent Kaeding, 7. Randy Tolsma, 8. Kevin Doty, 9. Wally Pankratz, 10. Ken Hamilton, 11. Brad Noffsinger, 12. Dodie Miller, 13. Jackie Burke, 14. Kenneth Nichols, 15. Jim Keeker, 16. Bob Meli, 17. Don Jones, 18. Jerry Coons Jr. 4:35.57

FEATURE: (50 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Mike Bliss (1), 2. George Snider (4), 3. Jac Haudenschild (2), 4. Tony Stewart (23), 5. Ron Shuman (3), 6. Jack Runyon (6), 7. Jim Mahoney (15), 8. Jack Hewitt (7), 9. Rocky Hodges (16), 10. Ray Evans (21), 11. Gary Irvin (22), 12. Eric Gordon (13), 13. Russ Gamester (26), 14. Bill Baue (27), 15. Ken Hamilton (10), 16. Rick Sipes (29), 17. Chip Thomas (14), 18. Gary Hieber (28), 19. Richard Griffin (19), 20. Chuck Leary (20), 21. Jimmy Sills (8), 22. Tyce Carlson (11), 23. Stan Fox (5), 24. Chuck Gurney (9), 25. Greg Peterson (24), 26. Dave Steele (17), 27. Wally Pankratz (#72) (18), 28. Kenny Irwin Jr. (12), 29. Bob Cicconi (25), 30. Brent Kaeding (30). 22:54.92

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-38 George Snider, Laps 39-50 Mike Bliss.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Mike Bliss-200; 2-George Snider-160; 3-Tony Stewart-120; 4-Ron Shuman-100; 5-Jack Runyon-80.

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DARLAND WINS A.J. FOYT’S HULMAN HUNDRED AT THE INDY MILE

Indianapolis, Indiana………Dave Darland of Lincoln, Ind. scored his first True Value USAC Silver Crown victory on May 26 in A.J. Foyt’s 15th Hulman Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis.

Darland grabbed the pole starting position in his Franklin Power Products machine with a qualifying lap of 105.516 mph, then trailed outside front row starter Eric Gordon for the first 33 laps around the one-mile dirt oval.  Gordon’s engine soured on lap 34 and he retired from the race.

Darland held off repeated challenges from Robby Flock, then Chuck Gurney in the closing laps to win the race.

Gurney, of Livermore, Calif., finished second, with Flock, of Temecula, Calif., taking third.  George Snider of Bakersfield, Calif. finished fourth and moved to the top of the point standings after the event.  He leads Darland and Mike Bliss, who did not compete in the race, by 80 points.

Rounding out the top-10 in the 100-mile race were Rocky Hodges of Des Moines, Iowa, Kevin Doty of Milan, Ill., Chip Thomas of Belleville, Ill., Billy Boat of Phoenix, Ariz., Jon Stanbrough of Avon, Ind. and Russ Gamester of Peru, Ind.

Jack Hewitt won the 15-mile qualifying race and moved rapidly through the field in the 100-miler.  He was challenging for the lead in the late stages before slipping back, then becoming involved in a tangle with Jimmy Sills and Kevin Huntley.  Sills, winner of both Silver Crown races at the track last year, spun while battling for a top-five spot on lap 89 and ended up finishing 16th.

Only two other yellow flags flew during the 100-miler, on lap 48 when Ron Shuman hit the wall in turn three and on lap 67 when Randy Tolsma did likewise.

Darland’s victory was worth $9,100 from the total purse of $40,300.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN RACE RESULTS: May 26, 1995 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana State Fairgrounds – A.J. Foyt's 15th Annual Hulman Hundred

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-34.118; 2. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill- 34.157; 3. Kevin Huntley, 65, Dynamics-34.188; 4. Ron Shuman, 9, Goetz- 34.322; 5. Kevin Thomas, 28, Stepter-34.327; 6. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy- 34.395; 7. Jon Stanbrough, 32, P & W-34.403; 8. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton- 34.423; 9. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-34.456; 10. Chip Thomas, 59, Beach-34.591; 11. Cary Faas, 37, Riggs-34.592; 12. Chuck Gurney, 14, Ede-34.628; 13. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-34.650; 14. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard- 34.684; 15. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-34.754; 16. Gene Lee Gibson, 70, Senter-34.767; 17. Johnny Parsons, 92, SHK-34.771; 18. Bill Rose, 43, Nix- 34.797; 19. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-34.804; 20. Billy Boat, 151, Lawson-34.816; 21. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-34.816; 22. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon- 34.832; 23. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-34.886; 24. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-35.008; 25. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-35.049; 26. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart- 35.157; 27. Kenny Irwin Jr, 23, Calderwood-35.262; 28. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-35.280; 29. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-35.307; 30. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-35.316; 31. Kenneth Nichols, 6, Leader Card-35.329; 32. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-35.346; 33. Russ Gamester, 12, Galas-35.403; 34. Derek Davidson, 33, Faurote-35.406; 35. Jeff Galas, 16, Logan-35.409; 36. Wally Pankratz, 73, Dickson-35.452; 37. Brian Gerster, 24, LeFevre-35.529; 38. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-35.704; 39. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-35.791; 40. Phil French, 60, Meister-36.009; 41. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-36.087; 42. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-36.204; 43. Jimmy Kite, 38, MacPherson-36.309; 44. Steve Barnett, 89, Nolen-39.922; 45. Marvin Mitchell, 68, Mitchell-NT; 46. Jackie Burke, 22, Lawson-NT; 47. Lou Cicconi Jr., 58, Cicconi-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Jack Hewitt, 2. Rocky Hodges, 3. Richard Griffin, 4. George Snider, 5. Kevin Doty, 6. Kenny Irwin Jr., 7. Russ Gamester, 8. Jim Keeker, 9. Tony Stewart, 10. Randy Bateman, 11. Gary Hieber, 12. Brian Gerster, 13. Derek Davidson, 14. Wally Pankratz, 15. Bill Baue, 16. Jimmy Kite, 17. Kenneth Nichols, 18. Dodie Miller, 19. Brad Noffsinger, 20. Jimmy Brewer, 21. Phil French, 22. Jack Runyon, 23. Steve Barnett, 24. Jeff Galas. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Dave Darland (1), 2. Chuck Gurney (12), 3. Robby Flock (9), 4. George Snider (24), 5. Rocky Hodges (22), 6. Kevin Doty (25), 7. Chip Thomas (10), 8. Billy Boat (20), 9. Jon Stanbrough (7), 10. Russ Gamester (27), 11. Kenny Irwin Jr. (26), 12. Jim Keeker (28), 13. Richard Griffin (23), 14. Gene Lee Gibson (16), 15. Bill Rose (18), 16. Jimmy Sills (8), 17. Jack Hewitt (21), 18. Kevin Huntley (3), 19. Johnny Parsons (17), 20. Randy Tolsma (14), 21. Tony Stewart (29), 22. Ron Shuman (4), 23. Randy Bateman (30), 24. Eric Gordon (2), 25. Donnie Beechler (13), 26. Cary Faas (11), 27. C.J. Leary (15), 28. Tony Elliott (16), 29. Kevin Thomas (5), 30. Tyce Carlson (19). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-33 Eric Gordon, Laps 34-100 Dave Darland.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-George Snider-280; 2-Mike Bliss & Dave Darland-200; 4-Chuck Gurney-163; 5-Robby Flock & Rocky Hodges-140; 7-Tony Stewart-123; 8-Ron Shuman-103; 9-Kevin Doty & Jack Runyon-80.

 

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HEWITT 25TH TO 1ST IN RICHMOND SILVER CROWN DEBUT

Richmond, Virginia………Jack Hewitt of Troy, Ohio scored a spectacular victory in the June 17 USAC Championship Twins 134-lap (100.5-mile) True Value USAC Silver Crown race at Richmond International Raceway.

It marked the 18th win for Hewitt as he held off the determined challenge of Boise, Idaho’s Randy Tolsma in the final laps.

An announced crowd of 17,500 watched as Hewitt, driving the DuPont/J.W. Hunt Produce/Parker Machinery Ford V6 won the 20-lap qualifying race, then came from 25th position in the 30-car field to pass pole starter and new track record holder Jim Keeker for the lead on lap 118.  Keeker slipped to seventh after leading 113 laps of the race around the ¾-mile oval.  Tolsma’s spirited bid to win the race on the final lap fell just short as he settled for second.

Chuck Gurney, Dave Darland and Tony Stewart rounded out the top-five at the checkered flag.

Gurney led the first four lap before yielding to Keeker, who set a track record of 130.845 mph during qualifying.

Four yellow flags slowed the race, the first for Jimmy Sills, who hit the fourth turn wall on lap 42.  He was uninjured.  Other caution periods were for debris, Lou Cicconi Jr.’s trip into the wall in turn one and Gene Lee Gibson’s blown engine.  Gibson’s misfortune set up the final dash to the checkered flag between Hewitt and Tolsma which kept the fans on their feet to the end.

Hewitt’s team earned $15,000 from the total purse of $75,000 and the win boosted him to fourth in the new series standings.

Darland’s fourth-place finish left him with a 10-point lead over Snider, while Gurney holds down the third spot in the new points.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN RACE RESULTS: June 17, 1995 - Richmond, Virginia – Richmond International Raceway – USAC Championship Twins

QUALIFYING: (Top-24 locked into the feature) 1. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-20.635; 2. Chuck Gurney, 14, Ede-20.861; 3. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-20.914; 4. Mike Bliss, 69, McClure-20.930; 5. Andy Michner, 5, Steck-21.121; 6. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard-21.155; 7. Davey Hamilton, 9, Goetz-21.174; 8. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-21.209; 9. Paul Durant, 95, Fresno Roofing-21.210; 10. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-21.230; 11. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-21.259; 12. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart-21.267; 13. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-21.320; 14. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-21.386; 15. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-21.399; 16. Dave Steele, 88, Nowling-21.460; 17. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-21.485; 18. Lou Cicconi Jr., 58, Cicconi-21.498; 19. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-21.516; 20. Bentley Warren, 29, Seymour-21.542; 21. Jim Mahoney, 2, Vance-21.546; 22. Greg Staab, 79, Stasa-21.553; 23. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-21.554; 24. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-21.559; 25. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-21.595; 26. Jeff Bloom, 12, Galas-21.762; 27. Gene Lee Gibson, 70, Senter-21.795; 28. Wally Pankratz, 73, Dickson-21.800; 29. Ray Evans, 85, Port O' Call-21.852; 30. Johnny Parsons, 92, SHK-21.930; 31. Rusty McClure, 31, Mataka-21.968; 32. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-22.091; 33. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-22.300; 34. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-22.309; 35. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-22.322; 36. Jackie Burke, 22, Lawson-22.389; 37. Kenneth Nichols, 6, Leader Card-22.615; 38. Lee Dunn, 36, Hall-22.653; 39. Bob Cicconi, 159, Cicconi-22.698; 40. Jimmy McCune, 60, Meister-NT; 41. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-NT; 42. Dan Drinan, 65, Dynamics-NT; 43. Kenny Irwin Jr., 23, Calderwood-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (20 Laps, top-6 transfer to the feature) 1. Jack Hewitt, 2. Jeff Bloom, 3. Tyce Carlson, 4. Johnny Parsons, 5. Gene Lee Gibson, 6. Jack Runyon, 7. Wally Pankratz, 8. Ray Evans, 9. Jimmy Brewer, 10. Bill Baue, 11. Rusty McClure, 12. Lee Dunn, 13. Dodie Miller, 14. Bob Cicconi, 15. Kenneth Nichols, 16. Jackie Burke. 7:17.31

FEATURE: (134 Laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Jack Hewitt (25), 2. Randy Tolsma (6), 3. Chuck Gurney (2), 4. Dave Darland (15), 5. Tony Stewart (3), 6. Tony Elliott (8), 7. Jim Keeker (1), 8. Dave Steele (16), 9. Gary Hieber (24), 10. George Snider (13), 11. Eric Gordon (19), 12. Johnny Parsons (28), 13. Richard Griffin (14), 14. Tyce Carlson (27), 15. Jeff Bloom (26), 16. Kevin Doty (23), 17. Brad Noffsinger (12), 18. Davey Hamilton (7), 19. Chuck Leary (11), 20. Greg Staab (22), 21. Gene Lee Gibson (29), 22. Andy Michner (5), 23. Lou Cicconi Jr. (18), 24. Bentley Warren (20), 25. Mike Bliss (4), 26. Jim Mahoney (21), 27. Paul Durant (9), 28. Jimmy Sills (10), 29. Jack Runyon (30), 30. Rocky Hodges (17). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-4 Chuck Gurney, Laps 5-117 Jim Keeker, Laps 118-134 Jack Hewitt.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Dave Darland-320; 2-George Snider-310; 3-Chuck Gurney-303; 4-Jack Hewitt-254; 5-Tony Stewart-223; 6-Mike Bliss-202; 7-Randy Tolsma-164; 8-Robby Flock-140; 9-Rocky Hodges-141; 10-Ron Shuman-103.

 

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BEECHLER GRABS INAUGURAL SUMAR CLASSIC AT TERRE HAUTE

Terre Haute, Indiana………Donnie Beechler of Springfield, Ill. came from the 15th starting position to win the inaugural Sumar Classic at the Terre Haute Action Track on July 7.

Beechler won the first of two 15-lap qualifying races, then passed Jack Runyon for the lead on the 23rd lap around the half-mile dirt track.  He led the final 78 laps in his Zarounian Olds/Cadillac/Isuzu machine to beat Jack Hewitt and Jimmy Sills to the checkered flag.  Rocky Hodges and Kenny Irwin Jr. rounded out the top-five at the finish.

Robby Flock of Temecula, Calif. won the pole for the 100-lap race at 21.855 seconds but spun in turn one on the opening lap.  Fortunately, he only collected one other car and the race resumed after a brief yellow with Kevin Thomas as the pacesetter.  Thomas led the first 12 laps before yielding to Tony Elliott.  On lap 22, Elliott slowed, allowing Runyon to lead one lap before Beechler shot to the front.  Flock eventually recovered to finish ninth.

The race was slowed by six yellow, the last when Dave Darland lost an engine on the front stretch five laps from the finish.  Darland saw his point lead slip away with Hewitt emerging as the new leader by 61 points over Chuck Gurney, who finished eighth in the 100-lapper.  Darland, who won the second of two 15-lap qualifying races, now ranks third in the standings, 89 behind Hewitt.

Beechler’s victory was worth $9,025 from the $41,350 total purse.

The race was the first for the Silver Crown cars at Terre Haute since 1980 when Gary Bettenhausen won a 100-lapper.  Gary was on hand Friday to help give the command, “Gentlemen, start your engines.”

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: July 7, 1995 – Terre Haute, Indiana – Terre Haute Action Track – Sumar Classic

QUALIFYING: (Top-14 locked into the feature) 1. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-21.855; 2. Kevin Thomas, 28, Stepter-22.087; 3. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-22.128; 4. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-22.220; 5. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-22.373; 6. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-22.411; 7. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-22.536; 8. Dan Drinan, 20, Nolen-22.556; 9. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart-22.556; 10. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-22.611; 11. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-22.641; 12. Jon Stanbrough, 32, P & W-22.644; 13. Mark Cassella, 65, Dynamics-22.648; 14. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-22.728; 15. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-22.740; 16. Kenny Irwin Jr., 23, Calderwood-22.740; 17. Lee Dunn, 36, Hall-22.857; 18. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-22.893; 19. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-22.909; 20. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-22.929; 21. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-22.964; 22. Ron Shuman, 14, Ede-23.107; 23. Brad Marvel, 40, Black-23.112; 24. Derek Davidson, 33, Faurote-23.151; 25. Brian Gerster, 24, LeFevre-23.268; 26. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-23.289; 27. Brian Hayden, 71, Black-23.308; 28. Johnny Parsons, 92, SHK-23.320; 29. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-23.515; 30. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-23.557; 31. Terry Babb, 49, Babb-23.561; 32. Jeff Galas, 16, Logan-23.717; 33. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-23.738; 34. Chip Thomas, 59, Beach-23.770; 35. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard-23.876; 36. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-23.936; 37. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-23.939; 38. Russ Gamester, 2, Vance-24.092; 39. Bill Rose, 43, Nix-24.193; 40. Steve Barnett, 89, Nolen-24.336; 41. Ray Morgan, 22, Lawson-24.492.

COCA-COLA FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Donnie Beechler, 2. Jack Hewitt, 3. Rocky Hodges, 4. Lee Dunn, 5. Brian Hayden, 6. Brad Marvel, 7. Brian Gerster, 8. Tyce Carlson, 9. Chuck Leary, 10. Bill Baue, 11. Terry Babb, 12. Ray Morgan. 3:47.94

SIGN EXPRESS SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Dave Darland, 2. Ron Shuman, 3. Cary Faas, 4. Johnny Parsons, 5. Kenny Irwin Jr., 6. Derek Davidson, 7. Chip Thomas, 8. Jimmy Brewer, 9. Gary Hieber, 10. George Snider, 11. Steve Barnett, 12. Russ Gamester. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Donnie Beechler (15), 2. Jack Hewitt (17), 3. Jimmy Sills (6), 4. Rocky Hodges (19), 5. Kenny Irwin Jr. (24), 6. Tony Stewart (3), 7. Richard Griffin (14), 8. Chuck Gurney (4), 9. Robby Flock (1), 10. Cary Faas (20), 11. Eric Gordon (10), 12. Brian Hayden (23), 13. Jack Runyon (9), 14. Dave Darland (16), 15. Lee Dunn (21), 16. Kevin Thomas (2), 17. Jon Stanbrough (11), 18. Brad Noffsinger (8), 19. Tony Elliott (5), 20. Ron Shuman (18), 21. Kevin Doty (13), 22. Mark Cassella (12), 23. Johnny Parsons (22), 24. Dan Drinan (7). 50:41.55

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-12 Kevin Thomas, Laps 13-21 Tony Elliott, Lap 22 Jack Runyon, Laps 23-100 Donnie Beechler.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jack Hewitt-414; 2-Chuck Gurney-353; 3-Dave Darland-325; 4-George Snider-310; 5-Tony Stewart-303; 6-Rocky Hodges-261; 7-Donnie Beechler 8-Mike Bliss-202; 9-Robby Flock-180; 10-Randy Tolsma-164.

 

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KEEKER WIRE-TO-WIRE IN IRP’S YELLOW CAB 100

Clermont, Indiana………Jim Keeker of Cicero, Ind. captured the 60-lap Yellow Cab 100 True Value USAC Silver Crown race on August 2 at Indianapolis Raceway Park, leading all 60 laps in his MIG Supply/Columbus Container Special.  He won the pole position for the race at a record speed of 119.143 mph.

Tony Stewart, who finished second, emerged as the new Silver Crown point leader, 44 points ahead of Jack Hewitt.  Hewitt retired after 24 laps due to engine problems.

Keeker’s victory was his first since a 1993 Sprint Car race at Salem.  He also won the pole for the June 17 Silver Crown race at Richmond and led most of that race before finishing seventh.

Trailing Keeker and Stewart to the flag were Kenny Irwin Jr., Mike Bliss, Davey Hamilton, Dave Darland, Eric Gordon, Dave Steele, Johnny Parsons and Dan Drinan.

Gordon and Chuck Gurney won the two K & K Insurance Qualifying Races.

Two yellow flags interrupted the 60-lap race.  The first flew on lap 17 when Chuck Leary and Andy Michner tangled on the backstretch and Leary rode atop the concrete wall before stopping on the track.  The second came on lap 22 when Gary Hieber and Randy Tolsma made contact exiting turn four.

Keeker’s victory was worth $7,900 from the total purse of $35,500.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: August 2, 1995 – Clermont, Indiana – Indianapolis Raceway Park – Yellow Cab 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-4 locked into the feature) 1. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-20.728; 2. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-20.825; 3. Mike Bliss, 69, McClure-20.862; 4. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-20.975; 5. Kenny Irwin Jr., 23, Calderwood-20.998; 6. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard-21.017; 7. Dan Drinan, 65, Dynamics-21.060; 8. Andy Michner, 5, Steck-21.178; 9. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-21.195; 10. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-21.220; 11. Dave Steele, 88, Nowling-21.263; 12. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-21.269; 13. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-21.306; 14. Davey Hamilton, 14, Ede-21.355; 15. Johnny Parsons, 37, Riggs-21.370; 16. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-21.377; 17. Gene Lee Gibson, 70, Senter-21.402; 18. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-21.410; 19. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-21.429; 20. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-21.452; 21. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-21.455; 22. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-21.541; 23. Jimmy Kite, 38, MacPherson-21.553; 24. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-21.580; 25. Jason McCord, 18, Conroy-21.627; 26. Ray Evans, 85, Port O' Call-21.664; 27. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-21.761; 28. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-21.818; 29. Steve Barnett, 120, Nolen-21.822; 30. Bentley Warren, 29, Seymour-21.830; 31. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-21.836; 32. Gary Irvin, 48, Irvin-21.896; 33. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-21.916; 34. Ken Hamilton, 90, Hamilton-21.952; 35. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-22.048; 36. Bob Cicconi, 159, Cicconi-22.200; 37. Brad Marvel, 40, Black-22.269; 38. Lou Cicconi Jr., 58, Cicconi-22.312; 39. Kenneth Nichols, 6, Leader Card-22.342; 40. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart-22.353; 41. Ron Koehler, 97, Koehler-22.930; 42. Jackie Burke, 22, Lawson-23.715; 43. Jim Mahoney, 2, Vance-NT; 44. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-NT; 45. #31 Mataka-NT; 46. #79 Stasa-NT.

K & K INSURANCE FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (20 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Eric Gordon, 2. Dave Darland, 3. Johnny Parsons, 4. Kenny Irwin Jr., 5. Dave Steele, 6. Dan Drinan, 7. Gary Hieber, 8. Kevin Doty, 9. Chuck Leary, 10. Jimmy Kite, 11. Steve Barnett, 12. Bill Baue, 13. Kenneth Nichols, 14. Gene Lee Gibson, 15. Cary Faas, 16. Jason McCord, 17. Donnie Beechler, 18. Brad Marvel. 7:14.71

K & K INSURANCE SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (20 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Chuck Gurney, 2. Jimmy Sills, 3. Rocky Hodges, 4. Davey Hamilton, 5. Jack Runyon, 6. Andy Michner, 7. Randy Tolsma, 8. Tyce Carlson, 9. Bentley Warren, 10. Jimmy Brewer, 11. George Snider, 12. Ray Evans, 13. Ken Hamilton, 14. Lou Cicconi Jr., 15. Gary Irvin, 16. Richard Griffin, 17. Brad Noffsinger, 18. Bob Cicconi. NT

FEATURE: (60 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Jim Keeker (1), 2. Tony Stewart (2), 3. Kenny Irwin Jr. (11), 4. Mike Bliss (3), 5. Davey Hamilton (12), 6. Dave Darland (7), 7. Eric Gordon (5), 8. Dave Steele (13), 9. Johnny Parsons (9), 10. Dan Drinan (15), 11. Bentley Warren (22), 12. Jack Runyon (14), 13. Lee Brewer Jr. (24), 14. Gary Hieber (17), 15. Jimmy Sills (8), 16. Jack Hewitt (1), 17. Chuck Gurney (6), 18. Tyce Carlson (20), 19. Randy Tolsma (18), 20. Jimmy Kite (23), 21. Kevin Doty (19), 22. Andy Michner (16), 23. Chuck Leary (21), 24. Rocky Hodges (10). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-60 Jim Keeker.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Tony Stewart-463; 2-Jack Hewitt-419; 3-Dave Darland-405; 4-Chuck Gurney-357; 5-Mike Bliss-322; 6-George Snider-310; 7-Jim Keeker-270; 8-Rocky Hodges-264; 9-Kenny Irwin Jr.-262; 10-Donnie Beechler-202.

 

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IRWIN AWESOME IN 28TH TO 1ST SPRINGFIELD DRIVE

Springfield, Illinois………Kenny Irwin Jr. swept the Tony Bettenhausen 100 events at the Illinois State Fairgrounds on August 19, coming from 28th starting position to win the 100-mile True Value Silver Crown race after leading all 25 miles to win the accompanying Skoal National Midget feature.

Irwin was running second when leader Jimmy Sills’ car started to run short on fuel in the closing laps.  Irwin led the final three laps for the victory, worth $9,000 to his Wynn’s Oil/MP Environmental Services team.

The win boosted Irwin to third in the standings behind Chuck Gurney and Tony Stewart.

Gurney, winner of six of the previous 11 Springfield races, finished second and moved to the point lead as a result.  He leads Stewart by 24 and Irwin by 55.  George Snider came from 23rd position to take third ahead of pole starter Johnny Parsons and 24th starting Robby Flock.

Parsons, starting his 100th Silver Crown event, won the pole at a speed of 112.725 mph and led the first 49 laps.  Sills, the defending series champion, then led the next 48 laps before faltering three laps from the end.  Sills, who started fourth, finished ninth.

Irwin averaged 91.464 mph as the race was slowed by five caution flags.  Dave Darland, winner at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in May, was running in the top-five when he hit the third turn wall on lap 91.  He was uninjured.  The final yellow came on the last lap when Gary Hieber hit the wall in turn one.  He also escaped injury.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: August 19, 1995 – Springfield, Illinois – Illinois State Fairgrounds – Tony Bettenhausen 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Johnny Parsons, 39, McQuinn/Tapocik-31.936; 2. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-31.973; 3. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-32.011; 4. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-32.178; 5. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-32.223; 6. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-32.232; 7. Tony Elliott, 14, Ede-32.349; 8. Jon Stanbrough, 32, P & W-32.399; 9. Jim Keeker, 120, Nolen-32.405; 10. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-32.411; 11. Kevin Thomas, 28, Stepter-32.434; 12. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-32.458; 13. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-32.546; 14. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-32.628; 15. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-32.712; 16. Russ Gamester, 92, SHK-32.855; 17. Brian Hayden, 24, LeFevre-32.855; 18. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-32.862; 19. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-32.966; 20. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-32.966; 21. Gary Hieber, 66, EHW-32.986; 22. Tray House, 70, Senter-32.990; 23. Kenny Irwin Jr., 23, Calderwood-32.995; 24. Rusty McClure, 83, Sohm-32.998; 25. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-33.086; 26. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard-33.092; 27. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-33.128; 28. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-33.156; 29. Derek Davidson, 33, Faurote-33.231; 30. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-33.236; 31. Mark Cassella, 65, Dynamics-33.258; 32. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-33322; 33. Tommy Scott, 46, Egan-33.408; 34. Chip Thomas, 59, Beach-33422; 35. Blake Hollingsworth, 93, Henning-33.436; 36. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-33.548; 37. Dean Franklin, 44, Logan-33.646; 38. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-33.888; 39. Terry Babb, 49, Babb-34.050; 40. Dave Steele, 18, Conroy-34.243; 41. Jeff Galas, 16, Logan-34.704; 42. Bill Rose, 47, Rose-34.706; 43. Kenneth Nichols, 22, Lawson-35.229; 44. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-36.143; 45. Ned Fry, 52, Fry-37.708; 46. Don O'Keefe, 00, O'Keefe-NT; 47. Dan Drinan, 43, Nix-NT; 48. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Gary Hieber, 2. Rusty McClure, 3. George Snider, 4. Robby Flock, 5. Randy Bateman, 6. Kevin Doty, 7. Mark Cassella, 8. Kenny Irwin Jr., 9. Dave Steele, 10. Jerry Nemire, 11. Jeff Galas, 12. Derek Davidson, 13. Dean Franklin, 14. Bill Rose, 15. Dodie Miller, 16. Randy Tolsma, 17. Bill Baue, 18. Chip Thomas, 19. Tommy Scott, 20. Tray House, 21. Cary Faas, 22. Blake Hollingsworth, 23. Ned Fry. 14:13.42

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Kenny Irwin Jr. (28), 2. Chuck Gurney (2), 3. George Snider (23), 4. Johnny Parsons (1), 5. Robby Flock (24), 6. Rocky Hodges (14), 7. Donnie Beechler (15), 8. Jack Runyon (12), 9. Jimmy Sills (4), 10. Tony Stewart (18), 11. Gary Hieber (21), 12. Richard Griffin (13), 13. Tony Elliott (7), 14. Rusty McClure (22), 15. Brian Hayden (17), 16. Kevin Thomas (11), 17. Dave Darland (10), 17. Eric Gordon (5), 19. Lee Brewer Jr. (20), 20. Jim Keeker (9), 21. Russ Gamester (16), 22. Mark Cassella (27), 23. Dave Steele (29), 24. Chuck Leary (19), 25. Tyce Carlson (6), 26. Jon Stanbrough (8), 27. Jack Hewitt (3), 28. Kevin Doty (26), 29. Jerry Nemire (30), 30. Randy Bateman (25). 1:03:44.70

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-49 Johnny Parsons, Laps 50-97 Jimmy Sills, Laps 98-100 Kenny Irwin Jr.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Chuck Gurney-517; 2-Tony Stewart-493; 3-Kenny Irwin Jr.-462; 4-George Snider-450; 5-Jack Hewitt-421; 6-Dave Darland-409; 7-Rocky Hodges-344; 8-Mike Bliss-322; 9-Robby Flock-280; 10-Donnie Beechler-262.

 

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$24,500 FOR DARLAND AT A.J.’S HOOSIER HUNDRED

Indianapolis, Indiana………Dave Darland of Lincoln, Ind. won A.J. Foyt’s 43rd Coors Light Hoosier Hundred on September 2 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis.

The $24,500 in Hoosier Hundred prizes for Darland included a $10,000 bonus from the Tony George Point Fund for winning both 1995 races at the one-mile dirt oval, plus $5,000 in lap prizes and a $500 cash award from Ralph’s Muffler & Brake shops as the Rookie of the Race.

The money total was the second largest in series history at the time behind Jimmy Sills’ 1994 Hoosier Hundred total of $26,000.

Driving the Franklin Power Products machine, Darland passed Chuck Gurney on the 51st lap and led the rest of the way to beat George Snider, Jack Hewitt, Robby Flock and Billy Boat.

Gurney was forced out after 81 laps with mechanical problems.  Pole winner Johnny Parsons and Tony Elliott also led the race, Parsons eliminated by a broken oil line after 22 laps and Elliott losing a lap due to pitting for a new tire.

Randy Tolsma and Kenny Irwin Jr. won qualifying races.

Don O’Keefe, Tyce Carlson, Art Bisch Jr. and Ray Evans all flipped during the Hoosier Hundred activities. Bisch suffered a broken arm.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: September 2, 1995 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana State Fairgrounds – A.J. Foyt's Coors Light Hoosier Hundred

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Johnny Parsons, 65, Dynamics-31.379; 2. Tony Elliott, 14, Ede-31.625; 3. Kevin Thomas, 28, Stepter-31.696; 4. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-31.701; 5. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-31.738; 6. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-31.800; 7. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-31.843; 8. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-31.872; 9. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-31.880; 10. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-31.904; 11. Billy Boat, 151, Lawson-31.909; 12. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-31.957; 13. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-32.033; 14. Jon Stanbrough, 32, P & W-32.092; 15. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-32.115; 16. Russ Gamester, 92, SHK-32.139; 17. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-32.194; 18. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-32.217; 19. Andy Michner, 2, Vance-32.231; 20. Tray House, 70, Senter-32.267; 21. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-32.279; 22. Kenny Irwin, Jr., 23, Calderwood-32.389; 23. Randy Tolsma, 61, Howard-32.403; 24. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-32.404; 25. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-32.466; 26. Rusty McClure, 83, Sohm-32.494; 27. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart-32.525; 28. John Heydenreich, 59, Beach-32.531; 29. Tyce Carlson, 17, Carlson-32.576; 30. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-32.625; 31. Derek Davidson, 33, Faurote-32.661; 32. Brian Hayden, 24, LeFevre-32.823; 33. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-32.834; 34. Dan Drinan, 37, Riggs-33.025; 35. Dave Steele, 18, Conroy-33.110; 36. Jeff Galas, 16, Logan-33.283; 37. Bill Rose, 47, Rose-33.363; 38. Chip Thomas, 31, Mataka-33.370; 39. Gary Irvin, 77, Pritchett-33.513; 40. Dean Franklin, 44, Logan-33.832; 41. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-33.850; 42. Ray Evans, 85, Port O’ Call-34.214; 43. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-34.268; 44. Art Bisch Jr., 19, Bisch-34.274; 45. Jimmy McCune, 60, Meister-34.680; 46. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-34.885; 47. Ray Morgan, 22, Lawson-36.065; 48. Steve Barnett, 89, Nolen-NT; 49. Don O'Keefe Jr., 00, O'Keefe-NT; 50. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-NT

JACK'S TOOL RENTAL/PARTYTIME RENTAL FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Randy Tolsma, 2. Jimmy Brewer, 3. Chuck Leary, 4. Brad Noffsinger, 5. Dave Steele, 6. Bill Rose, 7. Jerry Nemire, 8. Gary Irvin, 9. Bill Baue, 10. Derek Davidson, 11. Tony Stewart, 12. Tyce Carlson. NT

JACK'S TOOL RENTAL/PARTYTIME RENTAL SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Kenny Irwin Jr., 2. Rusty McClure, 3. Jim Keeker, 4. Brian Hayden, 5. Dan Drinan, 6. Jeff Galas, 7. John Heydenreich, 8. Dean Franklin, 9. Dodie Miller, 10. Kevin Doty, 11. Chip Thomas, 12. Art Bisch Jr. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Dave Darland (6), 2. George Snider (7), 3. Jack Hewitt (4), 4. Robby Flock (17), 5. Billy Boat (11), 6. Chuck Leary (25), 7. Tray House (20), 8. Andy Michner (19), 9. Brad Noffsinger (27), 10. Donnie Beechler (12), 11. Dan Drinan (28), 12. Richard Griffin (10), 13. Tony Elliott (2), 14. Eric Gordon (13), 15. Cary Faas (9), 16. Rocky Hodges (15), 17. Jimmy Sills (8), 18. Chuck Gurney (5), 19. Jon Stanbrough (14), 20. Rusty McClure (24), 21. Jim Keeker (26), 22. Kevin Thomas (3), 23. Jimmy Brewer (23), 24. Gary Hieber (18), 25. Randy Tolsma (21), 26. Kenny Irwin Jr. (22), 27. Dave Steele (29), 28. Johnny Parsons (1), 29. Tony Stewart (#24) (30), 30. Russ Gamester (16). 1:09:59.20

**Don O'Keefe was transported to the hospital for a checkup after crashing during practice. Tyce Carlson was also taken for a precautionary check after flipping during the first last chance race. Art Bisch Jr. and Ray Evans flipped in separate accidents during the second last chance race. Art Bisch Jr. reportedly suffered a broken right arm.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-16 Johnny Parsons, Laps 17-27 Tony Elliott, Laps 28-50 Chuck Gurney, Laps 51-100 Dave Darland.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-George Snider-610; 2-Dave Darland-609; 3-Jack Hewitt-561; 4-Chuck Gurney-521; 5-Tony Stewart-494; 6-Kenny Irwin Jr.-464; 7-Robby Flock-400; 8-Rocky Hodges-349; 9-Mike Bliss-322; 10-Donnie Beechler-292.

 

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PARSONS BECOMES TWO-TIME Du QUOIN WINNER

Parsons came back to lead all but 14 miles of the Du Quoin Century in his Hoffman Auto Racing/Stoops Enterprises/Best Farms Special to record his second victory in the annual Labor Day 100-miler.  The 1992 winner slipped behind Gurney for laps 23-36 but Gurney’s car overheated, putting J.P. back in front.

Beechler, the pole winner, finished second ahead of Darland, Hewitt and Boat.

Hewitt’s two top-five finishes in the last two races helped boost him to second in the series standings, while George Snider slipped to third in the points after flipping during the Du Quoin qualifying race, then encountering engine problems in his backup car during the 100-miler.

Tony Elliott won the 15-lap qualifying race.

Along with Snider, Jackie Burke and Jack Runyon also flipped during the Du Quoin program. 

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: September 4, 1995 – Du Quoin, Illinois – Du Quoin State Fairgrounds – Du Quoin Century

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-31.261; 2. Johnny Parsons, 65, Dynamics-31.487; 3. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-31.521; 4. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-31.569; 5. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-31.757; 6. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-31.761: 7. Russ Gamester, 92, SHK-31.877; 8. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-31.959; 9. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-31.962; 10. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-31.975; 11. Tray House, 70, Senter-32.018; 12. Billy Boat, 151, Lawson-32.026; 13. Kenny Irwin Jr, 23, Calderwood-32.074; 14. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-32.226; 15. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-32.239; 16. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-32.329; 17. Dan Drinan, 37, Riggs-32.476; 18. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-32.492; 19. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-32.522; 20. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-32.529; 21. Tony Elliott, 14, Ede- 32.547; 22. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-32.590; 23. Jimmy Brewer, 64, Brewer-32.655; 24. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-32.719; 25. Bill Rose, 47, Rose-32.744; 26. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-32.805; 27. Dave Steele, 18, Conroy-32.825; 28. Bill Baue, 78, B & G-32.869; 29. Kevin Thomas, 28, Stepter-33.058; 30. Jeff Galas, 16, Logan-33.196; 31. Rod Holshouser, 74, Holshouser/Lysell-33.253; 32. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-33.620; 33. Dean Franklin, 44, Logan-33.630; 34. John Heydenreich, 59, Beach-33.796; 35. Brad Noffsinger, 94, Hart-34.098; 36. Jackie Burke, 77, Pritchett-34.389; 37. Ronnie Burke, 46, Egan-35.431; 38. Dodie Miller, 8, Miller-35.746; 39. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-NT; 40. Brad Marvel, 40, Black-NT; 41. Ray Morgan, 22, Lawson-NT; 42. Brian Hayden, 24, LeFevre-NT; 43. George Snider, 111, Snider/Foyt.-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Tony Elliott, 2. Jack Runyon, 3. Richard Griffin, 4. Kevin Thomas, 5. Bill Rose, 6. John Heydenreich, 7. Dave Steele, 8. Jerry Nemire, 9. Ronnie Burke, 10. George Snider (#111), 11. Brad Noffsinger, 12. Ray Morgan, 13. Brian Hayden, 14. Rod Holshouser, 15. Bill Baue, 16. Dean Franklin, 17. Jackie Burke, 18. George Snider (#11), 19. Jimmy Brewer, 20. Jeff Galas, 21. Dodie Miller. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Johnny Parsons (2), 2. Donnie Beechler (1), 3. Dave Darland (20), 4. Jack Hewitt (14), 5. Billy Boat (12), 6. Tony Stewart (19), 7. Jimmy Sills (10), 8. Rocky Hodges (18), 9. Robby Flock (15), 10. Tray House (11), 11. Gary Hieber (9), 12. Richard Griffin (23), 13. Dan Drinan (17), 14. Eric Gordon (4), 15. Jerry Nemire (28), 16. Bill Rose (25), 17. Tony Elliott (21), 18. Cary Faas (3), 19. Jim Keeker (16), 20. John Heydenreich (26), 21. Kevin Thomas (24), 22. Dave Steele (27), 23. Russ Gamester (7), 24. Chuck Gurney (6), 25. George Snider (#111) (30), 26. Kenny Irwin Jr. (13), 27. Jack Runyon (22), 28. Ronnie Burke (29), 29. Chuck Leary (5), 30. Kevin Doty (8). NT

**George Snider (in #11) and Jackie Burke flipped during the qualifying race. Jack Runyon flipped on lap 19 of the feature. 

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-22 Johnny Parsons, Laps 23-36 Chuck Gurney, Laps 37-100 Johnny Parsons.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Dave Darland-749; 2-Jack Hewitt-681; 3-George Snider-612; 4-Tony Stewart-574; 5-Chuck Gurney-524; 6-Kenny Irwin Jr.-466; 7-Donnie Beechler-452; 8-Robby Flock-440; 9-Rocky Hodges-399; 10-Johnny Parsons-379.

 

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HEWITT NOW A SIX-TIME 4-CROWN SILVER CROWN WINNER AT ELDORA

Rossburg, Ohio………Jack Hewitt of Troy, Ohio scored his sixth 4-Crown Nationals True Value USAC Silver Crown victory on September 23 at Eldora Speedway.

Hewitt won the 20-lap qualifying race over Tony Stewart, then stormed past Dave Darland on the 29th lap and led the rest of the way in his DuPont Automotive Finishes/Café Santa Fe/Dellen-Lincoln-Mercury Special.  Stewart finished second and Darland third, leaving Darland eight points ahead of Hewitt and 155 ahead of Stewart with 200 available heading into the season finale.

Johnny Parsons shot past front row starters Jimmy Sills and Chuck Gurney to lead the first eight laps of the race.  Darland moved to the front on lap nine but yielded to Hewitt on lap 26.  Darland regained the lead on lap 27 but relinquished it again two laps later.

Rounding out the top-10 at the checkered flag were Kenny Irwin Jr. (fourth), Parsons, Eric Gordon, Jimmy Sills, Kevin Thomas, Jim Keeker and Rusty McClure.

Only one yellow flag interrupted the 50-lap contest.  Byron Reed, Jon Stanbrough and Tony Elliott were all forced out of the race after tangling on the front stretch.

Hewitt averaged 90.059 mph for the 50 laps around the half-mile dirt track to claim the $10,000 first place prize.  His previous 4-Crown Silver Crown triumphs came in 1986-88-89-91-94.

Sills posted the fastest qualifying time during preliminaries at 16.994 seconds (105.919 mph).

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: September 21-23, 1995 – Rossburg, Ohio – Eldora Speedway – 4-Crown Nationals

QUALIFYING: (Top-12 locked into the feature) 1. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-16.994; 2. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-17.282; 3. Johnny Parsons, 65, Dynarnics-17.333; 4. Kenny Irwin Jr, 23, Calderwood-17.522; 5. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-17.540; 6. Byron Reed, 2, Vance-17.600; 7. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-17.653; 8. Rocky Hodges, 50, Aviators-17.658; 9. Rusty McClure, 37, Riggs-17.668; 10. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-17.704; 11. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-17.716; 12. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-17.744; 13. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-17.780; 14. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-17.929; 15. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-17.934; 16. Tony Elliott, 14, Ede-18.035; 17. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-18.060; 18. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-18.241; 19. Brian Hayden, 24, LeFevre-18.251; 20. Mark Cassella, 18, Conroy-18.277; 21. Keith Butler, 99, Steele-18.319; 22. Bill Rose, 47, Rose-18.320; 23. Kevin Thomas, 43, Nix-18.353; 24. Jon Stanbrough, 32, P & W-18.369; 25. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-18.392; 26. Derek Davidson, 33, Faurote-18.480; 27. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-18.826; 28. Brad Marvel, 71, Black-18.893; 29. Brian Tyler, 22, Lawson-18.929; 30. Jack Runyon, 7, Runyon-19.630; 31. Brad Marvel, 40, Black-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (20 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Jack Hewitt, 2. Tony Stewart, 3. Eric Gordon, 4. Tony Elliott, 5. Jim Keeker, 6. Jon Stanbrough, 7. Bill Rose, 8. Cary Faas, 9. Brian Tyler, 10. Kevin Thomas, 11. Chuck Leary, 12. Keith Butler, 13. Derek Davidson, 14. Brian Hayden, 15. Mark Cassella, 16. Jerry Nemire, 17. Brad Marvel (#71), 18. Jack Runyon. NT

FEATURE: (50 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Jack Hewitt (13), 2. Tony Stewart (14), 3. Dave Darland (5), 4. Kenny Irwin Jr. (4), 5. Johnny Parsons (3), 6. Eric Gordon (15), 7. Jimmy Sills (1), 8. Kevin Thomas (22), 9. Jim Keeker (17), 10. Rusty McClure (9), 11. Cary Faas (20), 12. Robby Flock (12), 13. Bill Rose (19), 14. George Snider (10), 15. Keith Butler (24), 16. Chuck Gurney (2), 17. Brian Tyler (21), 18. Rocky Hodges (8), 19. Chuck Leary (23), 20. Donnie Beechler (11), 21. Kevin Doty (7), 22. Byron Reed (6), 23. Tony Elliott (16), 24. Jon Stanbrough (18). 16:39.34

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-8 Johnny Parsons, Laps 9-25 Dave Darland, Lap 26 Jack Hewitt, Laps 27-28 Dave Darland, Laps 29-50 Jack Hewitt.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Dave Darland-889; 2-Jack Hewitt-881; 3-Tony Stewart-734; 4-George Snider-617; 5-Kenny Irwin Jr.-586; 6-Chuck Gurney-529; 7-Johnny Parsons-479; 8-Donnie Beechler-456; 9-Robby Flock-450; 10-Rocky Hodges-403.

 

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SACRAMENTO SILVER CROWN FINALE TO BEECHLER; TITLE GOES TO STEWART

Sacramento, California………Donnie Beechler of Springfield, Ill. won the Miller Genuine Draft Silver Crown 100 finale at the Cal Expo State Fairgrounds one-mile dirt oval, leading the final 25 miles in his Zarounian Olds-Cadillac-Isuzu Special.

Beechler inherited the lead when three-time Sacramento winner Jimmy Sills’ machine developed fuel problems.  Sills completed 91 laps and finished 15th after leading 69 of the first 75 laps.  Sills passed early leader Tony Elliott on lap seven and appeared to be headed for his fourth consecutive victory at Cal Expo when the fuel problem halted his drive.

Trailing Beechler at the checkered flag was second-place finisher Tony Stewart of Columbus, Ind. who earned the True Value Silver Crown driving title for 1995.

Stewart, trailing series leader Dave Darland by 155 points going into the race, needed at least a second-place finish, even if Darland and Jack Hewitt, only eight points behind Darland before the race, failed to finish.  Darland was the first driver forced out of the race with an oil leak on lap 12 and Hewitt hit the wall in turn three, dropping out after just 32 laps.  That left the dramatics up to Stewart, who tracked down the ailing Sills machine for second on lap 78 and he followed Beechler the rest of the way.

Stewart’s two-point margin tied the closest finish in Silver Crown history.  Mike Bliss also beat Ron Shuman by just two points to win the title in 1993.

Beechler averaged 93.557 mph for the race, slowed by only four caution periods.  Steve Kent of Fresno, Calif. won the pole for the race at 113.129 mph but was forced out with tire problems after 64 laps.

Richard Griffin won the 15-mile qualifying race.

 

TRUE VALUE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: October 7, 1995 – Sacramento, California – Cal Expo State Fairgrounds – Miller Genuine Draft Silver Crown 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-14 locked into the feature) 1. Steve Kent, 4, Consani-31.822; 2. Tony Elliott, 14, Ede-31.977; 3. Chuck Gurney, 9, Goetz-32.027; 4. Kenny Irwin Jr., 23, Calderwood-32.072; 5. Jimmy Sills, 75, Stanton-32.149; 6. Jack Hewitt, 63, Six-R-32.158; 7. Johnny Parsons, 70, Senter-32.179; 8. Cary Faas, 12, Galas-32.221; 9. Dave Darland, 56, Foxco-32.273; 10. Jim Keeker, 20, Nolen-32.286; 11. Billy Boat, 151, Lawson-32.321; 12. Tony Stewart, 25, Niebel-32.372; 13. Eric Gordon, 10, Hill-32.429; 14. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-32.494; 15. Richard Griffin, 53, Morales-32.615; 16. Randy Tolsma, 161, Howard-32.689; 17. Robby Flock, 69, McClure-32.690; 18. Brent Kaeding, 114, Ede-32.739; 19. Donnie Beechler, 67, Zarounian-32.745; 20. Kevin Doty, 62, Beaver-32.868; 21. Paul McMahan, 21, Snow-32.973; 22. Cory Kruseman, 50, Aviators-32.990; 23. Greg DeCaires, 15, Countryman-33.107; 24. Sparky Howard, 61, Howard-33.107; 25. Greg Peterson, 57, Dolner-33.558; 26. Chuck Leary, 30, Leary-33.853; 27. Dean Franklin, 44, Logan-34.411; 28. Mike McCreary, 82, McCreary-34.678; 29. Mike English, 54, English-34.912; 30. Don O'Keefe Jr., 00, O'Keefe-35.066; 31. Jackie Burke, 77, Pritchett-35.075; 32. Marvin Mitchell, 68, Mitchell-35.816; 33. Jeff Galas, 16, Logan-36.842; 34. Bob Meli, 41, Spivey-37.857; 35. Wally Pankratz, 94, Hart-NT; 36. #111, Snider/Foyt-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Richard Griffin, 2. Robby Flock, 3. Brent Kaeding, 4. Donnie Beechler, 5. Kevin Doty, 6. Paul McMahan, 7. Chuck Leary, 8. Greg DeCaires, 9. Sparky Howard, 10. Greg Peterson, 11. Wally Pankratz (#50), 12. Dean Franklin, 13. Mike English, 14. Jackie Burke, 15. Mike McCreary, 16. Jeff Galas, 17. Marvin Mitchell, 18. Bob Meli, 19. Randy Tolsma, 20. Don O'Keefe. 8:22.96

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Donnie Beechler (18), 2. Tony Stewart (12), 3. Billy Boat (11), 4. Robby Flock (18), 5. Tony Elliott (2), 6. Paul McMahan (20), 7. Brent Kaeding (17), 8. Jim Keeker (10), 9. Chuck Leary (21), 10. Greg Peterson (24), 11. Sparky Howard (23), 12. Eric Gordon (13), 13. Richard Griffin (15), 14. George Snider (14), 15. Jimmy Sills (5), 16. Cary Faas (9), 17. Steve Kent (1), 18. Kenny Irwin Jr. (4), 19. Johnny Parsons (7), 20. Jack Hewitt (8), 21. Greg DeCaires (22), 22. Kevin Doty (19), 23. Chuck Gurney (3), 24. Dave Darland (9). 1:04:07.95

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-6 Tony Elliott, Laps 7-74 Jimmy Sills, Laps 75-100 Donnie Beechler.

 

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1995 USAC SILVER CROWN DRIVER POINTS

1. (894) Tony Stewart, Columbus, Ind.

2. (892) Dave Darland, Lincoln, Ind.

3. (885) Jack Hewitt, Troy, Ohio

4. (656) Donnie Beechler, Springfield, Ill.

5. (622) George Snider, Bakersfield, Calif.

6. (590) Kenny Irwin, Jr., Indianapolis, Ind.

7. (570) Robby Flock, Murrieta, Calif.

8. (532) Chuck Gurney, Livermore, Calif.

9. (483) Johnny Parsons, Indianapolis, Ind.

          

Managing Veterinarian | National Veterinary Associates (NVA)   

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Boise, Idaho,     The Managing Doctor is responsible for providing medical leadership for the hospital, managing associate veterinarians, and assuring regulatory compliance relating to the practice of veterina
          

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Job Title: CHILDCARE TEACHER Location: Boise - Meridian #1005 Address: 1830 N. Meridian Road, Meridian, Idaho 83642 Full-Time/Part Time: Full-Time 30+ Requirements: We are seeking a CHILDCARE TEACHER to join our team at New Horizon Academy! We have positions availalbe in our Ones room and our Twos room. Previous childcare experience is preferred, but not required. Job Description:All employees are expected to provide a warm, nurturing, safe, and loving environment where self-concepts are enhanced, independence encouraged, and individuality respected. For a position as a lead teacher we are looking for someone who... Has completed a college degree or credits in Early Childhood Education or a closely related field. Has had previous experience working with young children in a related field. Offer a program that meets the emotional, physical, intellectual, and social needs of both the individual and the group to include the special needs, talents, and individual style and pace of learning. Takes pride in the development and implementation of an age appropriate curriculum. Is self-motivated, self-directed, creative reliable and trustworthy. Communicates with passion and professionalism with children, parents, and coworkers. Desires the opportunity to build a career with a Minnesota based, growing company! Qualification: Must pass the Applicant Background Study required by the Department of Human Services. Must have documentation of U.S. citizenship or eligibility to work in the U.S. Must meet the qualifications of a lead teacher as defined under the Department of Human Services' Rule 3 requirements. Qualifying college credits required and previous experience preferred. Must have the physical abilities to perform the following job duties with or without accommodations: to hear the conversational voice with or without a hearing aid to see and read newsprint with or without corrective lenses to speak and be understood under normal circumstances to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds to use arms, hands, legs, and feet with or without corrective devices to accomplish the job, including evacuation of the building during emergencies. We offer a suite of benefits including... a fun, professional work environment 401K Health, dental and life insurance Child care discounts Career advancement opportunities Continued Education Training This position description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, or working conditions associated with this position. While this description is intended to accurately reflect the position's activities and requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties as necessary or desired. E.O.E.PandoLogic. Keywords: Lead Teacher, Location: Meridian, ID - 83680
          

Spanish Teacher K-6 | Foothills School of Arts and Sciences   

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Boise, Idaho,   Kindergarten-Sixth Grade Spanish Teacher (Part Time)   School Description Located in downtown Boise, Idaho, Foothills School of Arts & Sciences is a Pre-K through Grade 9 independent day sc
          

Semi-Local CDL A Truck Drivers w/ HAZMAT - Up to $5,000 Sign On Bonus!   

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WHAT WE OFFER: Up To $5,000 Sign On Bonus! Hourly pay with opportunity for OT 3-4 overnights/week Medical, Dental, Vision and Life 401k Short term and long term disability Employee assistance program Life Insurance Paid time off & much more!! REQUIREMENTS: Must have Class A or B License HAZMAT--Endorsements 1 year of verifiable driving experience JOB SUMMARY Environmental Technician Driver will be responsible for proper transportation of various waste streams to include pharmaceutical waste at various generator sites. Operate Straight Trucks and Tractors Trailers to perform pickups of bulk and containerized hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Performs a variety of duties that comply with government regulations and procedures. ABOUT US ECOLOGY US Ecology, Inc. is a leading North American provider of environmental services to commercial and government entities. The Company addresses the complex waste management needs of its customers by offering treatment, disposal and recycling of industrial, hazardous and radioactive waste, as well as a wide range of complementary field and industrial services. US Ecology's focus on safety, environmental compliance, and customer service, enables us to effectively meet the needs of our customers and to build long-lasting relationships. Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with operations in the United States, Canada and Mexico, the Company has been protecting the environment since 1952. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Operates trucks which may include: roll-offs, tankers, tractor trailers and box trucks. Performs LTL pickups. Maintains company equipment. Ensures customer satisfaction. Maintains vehicle log. Maintains documentation of manifests and work orders. Performs DOT pre-trip and post trip inspections. Processes hazardous and non-hazardous materials as needed. Assists in maintaining good housekeeping at facility and on grounds. Functions as technician on lab pack and field service projects. Performs other, related duties as assigned. These are duties may not be specifically listed in this description, but which are within the general nature typically associated with the employee's level of work. Call--844-385-6384 Or Apply Online Today! US Ecology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
          

Semi-Local CDL B Truck Drivers w/ HAZMAT - Up to $5,000 Sign On Bonus!   

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WHAT WE OFFER: Up To $5,000 Sign On Bonus! Hourly pay with opportunity for OT 3-4 overnights/week Medical, Dental, Vision and Life 401k Short term and long term disability Employee assistance program Life Insurance Paid time off & much more!! REQUIREMENTS: Must have Class A or B License HAZMAT--Endorsements 1 year of verifiable driving experience JOB SUMMARY Environmental Technician Driver will be responsible for proper transportation of various waste streams to include pharmaceutical waste at various generator sites. Operate Straight Trucks and Tractors Trailers to perform pickups of bulk and containerized hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Performs a variety of duties that comply with government regulations and procedures. ABOUT US ECOLOGY US Ecology, Inc. is a leading North American provider of environmental services to commercial and government entities. The Company addresses the complex waste management needs of its customers by offering treatment, disposal and recycling of industrial, hazardous and radioactive waste, as well as a wide range of complementary field and industrial services. US Ecology's focus on safety, environmental compliance, and customer service, enables us to effectively meet the needs of our customers and to build long-lasting relationships. Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with operations in the United States, Canada and Mexico, the Company has been protecting the environment since 1952. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Operates trucks which may include: roll-offs, tankers, tractor trailers and box trucks. Performs LTL pickups. Maintains company equipment. Ensures customer satisfaction. Maintains vehicle log. Maintains documentation of manifests and work orders. Performs DOT pre-trip and post trip inspections. Processes hazardous and non-hazardous materials as needed. Assists in maintaining good housekeeping at facility and on grounds. Functions as technician on lab pack and field service projects. Performs other, related duties as assigned. These are duties may not be specifically listed in this description, but which are within the general nature typically associated with the employee's level of work. Call--844-385-6384 Or Apply Online Today! US Ecology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
          

Semi-Local CDL A Truck Drivers w/ HAZMAT - Up to $5,000 Sign On Bonus!   

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Semi-Local CDL A Truck Drivers w/ HAZMAT - Up to $5,000 Sign On Bonus!   

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WHAT WE OFFER:Up To $5,000 Sign On Bonus!--Hourly pay with opportunity for OT3-4 overnights/weekMedical, Dental, Vision and Life401kShort term and long term disabilityEmployee assistance programLife InsurancePaid time off--& much more!!--REQUIREMENTS:--Must have Class A or B LicenseHAZMAT--Endorsements--1 year of verifiable driving experience--JOB SUMMARYEnvironmental Technician Driver will be responsible for proper transportation of various waste streams to include pharmaceutical waste at various generator sites. Operate Straight Trucks and Tractors Trailers to perform pickups of bulk and containerized hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Performs a variety of duties that comply with government regulations and procedures.--ABOUT US ECOLOGYUS Ecology, Inc. is a leading North American provider of environmental services to commercial and government entities. The Company addresses the complex waste management needs of its customers by offering treatment, disposal and recycling of industrial, hazardous and radioactive waste, as well as a wide range of complementary field and industrial services. US Ecology's focus on safety, environmental compliance, and customer service, enables us to effectively meet the needs of our customers and to build long-lasting relationships. Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with operations in the United States, Canada and Mexico, the Company has been protecting the environment since 1952.--ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESOperates trucks which may include: roll-offs, tankers, tractor trailers and box trucks.Performs LTL pickups.Maintains company equipment.Ensures customer satisfaction.Maintains vehicle log.Maintains documentation of manifests and work orders.Performs DOT pre-trip and post trip inspections.Processes hazardous and non-hazardous materials as needed.Assists in maintaining good housekeeping at facility and on grounds.Functions as technician on lab pack and field service projects.Performs other, related duties as assigned. These are duties may not be specifically listed in this description, but which are within the general nature typically associated with the employee's level of work.--Call--844-385-6384 Or Apply Online Today!----US Ecology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
          

Home Depot Equipment Services - Field Service Professional Hybrid (Boise, ID)   

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MUST LIVE WITHIN 20 MILES OF TARGET CITY Position Schedule: Monday - Friday / 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (Option to start at 7, 8, or 9am) Home Depot Equipment Services is comprised of over 300 talented and highly trained professional technicians to deliver comprehensive management of commercial equipment including installation, repair, preventative maintenance and parts management. We are dedicated to investing in advanced technology and the continued training of Support and Field Service Professional teams with the singular goal of optimizing the efficiency, safety and productive life span of our customers’ mechanical assets. We are an industry leader with a nationwide footprint in 15 regions across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Position: As a Field Service Professional you will maintain a variety of light industrial equipment found in retail locations and manufacturing facilities, such as paint shakers, carpet carousels, checkout stands, blind cutting machines, shopping carts, and lifts.  This Field Service Professional is a hybrid role, which means you will also provide preventive maintenance services to mobility carts, shopping carts, and ladders .  You must be a self-starter, eager to “hit the road" and derive great satisfaction in getting customer’s equipment up and running. Generally provide maintenance and repairs in various locations within a 1.5 hour radius of your home. The hours for this position are based on customers' maintenance needs and will vary. Responsibilities: · Be customer-focused, strive to delight the customer · Be available and accessible by phone and computer daily as required · Maintain, trouble-shoot and service light industrial equipment both mechanically and electrically · Troubleshoot, adapt, and resolve/repair all issues to keep equipment functioning properly · Test each system after service/repair is complete to ensure the system is functioning properly · Perform proper inspection of customer system to prevent future issues · Explain each service and repair performed to customers · Use sound judgment to deal with and eliminate safety related issues · Provide detailed and clear service reports, turning them in daily · Read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required · Use computer applications for word processing, modify excel spreadsheets, inventory control and reporting MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be eighteen years of age or older. Must be legally permitted to work in the United States. REQUIREMENTS FOR FIELD SERVICE PROFESSIONAL · Must have valid Driver’s License with proof of insurance and good driving record · Versatile equipment maintenance repair skill set · Welding experience preferred · Ability to adhere to OSHA regulations including, but not limited to fall protection, lock-out tag-out procedures · 1-3 years wrench in hand experience (mechanical, engineering, lectrical, copiers, or cable installation (Experience limited to only computer/IT repair and installation is not generally a fit for this role.) · Must be able to read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required · Must reside within 15-20 miles of the target city · Must have standard tools used in the craft, and be proficient in handheld technology (tablets / laptops / smartphones) · Be a self-starter, driving customer satisfaction with a passion for equipment maintenance · Ability to sit, stand and drive for extended periods of time. Lift 80 lbs. Climb 15+ ft. REQUIRED EDUCATION: · High School Diploma, GED, Technical or Trade School
          

Home Depot Equipment Services - Field Service Professional Hybrid (Boise, ID)   

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MUST LIVE WITHIN 20 MILES OF TARGET CITY Position Schedule: Monday - Friday / 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (Option to start at 7, 8, or 9am) Home Depot Equipment Services is comprised of over 300 talented and highly trained professional technicians to deliver comprehensive management of commercial equipment including installation, repair, preventative maintenance and parts management. We are dedicated to investing in advanced technology and the continued training of Support and Field Service Professional teams with the singular goal of optimizing the efficiency, safety and productive life span of our customers’ mechanical assets. We are an industry leader with a nationwide footprint in 15 regions across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Position: As a Field Service Professional you will maintain a variety of light industrial equipment found in retail locations and manufacturing facilities, such as paint shakers, carpet carousels, checkout stands, blind cutting machines, shopping carts, and lifts.  This Field Service Professional is a hybrid role, which means you will also provide preventive maintenance services to mobility carts, shopping carts, and ladders .  You must be a self-starter, eager to “hit the road" and derive great satisfaction in getting customer’s equipment up and running. Generally provide maintenance and repairs in various locations within a 1.5 hour radius of your home. The hours for this position are based on customers' maintenance needs and will vary. Responsibilities: · Be customer-focused, strive to delight the customer · Be available and accessible by phone and computer daily as required · Maintain, trouble-shoot and service light industrial equipment both mechanically and electrically · Troubleshoot, adapt, and resolve/repair all issues to keep equipment functioning properly · Test each system after service/repair is complete to ensure the system is functioning properly · Perform proper inspection of customer system to prevent future issues · Explain each service and repair performed to customers · Use sound judgment to deal with and eliminate safety related issues · Provide detailed and clear service reports, turning them in daily · Read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required · Use computer applications for word processing, modify excel spreadsheets, inventory control and reporting MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be eighteen years of age or older. Must be legally permitted to work in the United States. REQUIREMENTS FOR FIELD SERVICE PROFESSIONAL · Must have valid Driver’s License with proof of insurance and good driving record · Versatile equipment maintenance repair skill set · Welding experience preferred · Ability to adhere to OSHA regulations including, but not limited to fall protection, lock-out tag-out procedures · 1-3 years wrench in hand experience (mechanical, engineering, lectrical, copiers, or cable installation (Experience limited to only computer/IT repair and installation is not generally a fit for this role.) · Must be able to read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required · Must reside within 15-20 miles of the target city · Must have standard tools used in the craft, and be proficient in handheld technology (tablets / laptops / smartphones) · Be a self-starter, driving customer satisfaction with a passion for equipment maintenance · Ability to sit, stand and drive for extended periods of time. Lift 80 lbs. Climb 15+ ft. REQUIRED EDUCATION: · High School Diploma, GED, Technical or Trade School
          

Home Depot Equipment Services - Field Service Professional Hybrid (Boise, ID)   

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MUST LIVE WITHIN 20 MILES OF TARGET CITY Position Schedule: Monday - Friday / 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (Option to start at 7, 8, or 9am) Home Depot Equipment Services is comprised of over 300 talented and highly trained professional technicians to deliver comprehensive management of commercial equipment including installation, repair, preventative maintenance and parts management. We are dedicated to investing in advanced technology and the continued training of Support and Field Service Professional teams with the singular goal of optimizing the efficiency, safety and productive life span of our customers mechanical assets. We are an industry leader with a nationwide footprint in 15 regions across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Position: As a Field Service Professional you will maintain a variety of light industrial equipment found in retail locations and manufacturing facilities, such as paint shakers, carpet carousels, checkout stands, blind cutting machines, shopping carts, and lifts. This Field Service Professional is a hybrid role, which means you will also provide preventive maintenance services to mobility carts, shopping carts, and ladders . You must be a self-starter, eager to hit the road'' and derive great satisfaction in getting customers equipment up and running. Generally provide maintenance and repairs in various locations within a 1.5 hour radius of your home. The hours for this position are based on customers'' maintenance needs and will vary. Responsibilities: Be customer-focused, strive to delight the customer Be available and accessible by phone and computer daily as required Maintain, trouble-shoot and service light industrial equipment both mechanically and electrically Troubleshoot, adapt, and resolve/repair all issues to keep equipment functioning properly Test each system after service/repair is complete to ensure the system is functioning properly Perform proper inspection of customer system to prevent future issues Explain each service and repair performed to customers Use sound judgment to deal with and eliminate safety related issues Provide detailed and clear service reports, turning them in daily Read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required Use computer applications for word processing, modify excel spreadsheets, inventory control and reporting MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be eighteen years of age or older. Must be legally permitted to work in the United States. REQUIREMENTS FOR FIELD SERVICE PROFESSIONAL Must have valid Drivers License with proof of insurance and good driving record Versatile equipment maintenance repair skill set Welding experience preferred Ability to adhere to OSHA regulations including, but not limited to fall protection, lock-out tag-out procedures 1-3 years wrench in hand experience (mechanical, engineering, lectrical, copiers, or cable installation (Experience limited to only computer/IT repair and installation is not generally a fit for this role.) Must be able to read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required Must reside within 15-20 miles of the target city Must have standard tools used in the craft, and be proficient in handheld technology (tablets / laptops / smartphones) Be a self-starter, driving customer satisfaction with a passion for equipment maintenance Ability to sit, stand and drive for extended periods of time. Lift 80 lbs. Climb 15+ ft. REQUIRED EDUCATION: High School Diploma, GED, Technical or Trade School by Jobble
          

Home Depot Equipment Services - Field Service Professional Hybrid (Boise, ID)   

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MUST LIVE WITHIN 20 MILES OF TARGET CITY Position Schedule: Monday - Friday / 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (Option to start at 7, 8, or 9am) Home Depot Equipment Services is comprised of over 300 talented and highly trained professional technicians to deliver comprehensive management of commercial equipment including installation, repair, preventative maintenance and parts management. We are dedicated to investing in advanced technology and the continued training of Support and Field Service Professional teams with the singular goal of optimizing the efficiency, safety and productive life span of our customers mechanical assets. We are an industry leader with a nationwide footprint in 15 regions across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Position: As a Field Service Professional you will maintain a variety of light industrial equipment found in retail locations and manufacturing facilities, such as paint shakers, carpet carousels, checkout stands, blind cutting machines, shopping carts, and lifts. This Field Service Professional is a hybrid role, which means you will also provide preventive maintenance services to mobility carts, shopping carts, and ladders . You must be a self-starter, eager to hit the road'' and derive great satisfaction in getting customers equipment up and running. Generally provide maintenance and repairs in various locations within a 1.5 hour radius of your home. The hours for this position are based on customers'' maintenance needs and will vary. Responsibilities: Be customer-focused, strive to delight the customer Be available and accessible by phone and computer daily as required Maintain, trouble-shoot and service light industrial equipment both mechanically and electrically Troubleshoot, adapt, and resolve/repair all issues to keep equipment functioning properly Test each system after service/repair is complete to ensure the system is functioning properly Perform proper inspection of customer system to prevent future issues Explain each service and repair performed to customers Use sound judgment to deal with and eliminate safety related issues Provide detailed and clear service reports, turning them in daily Read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required Use computer applications for word processing, modify excel spreadsheets, inventory control and reporting MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be eighteen years of age or older. Must be legally permitted to work in the United States. REQUIREMENTS FOR FIELD SERVICE PROFESSIONAL Must have valid Drivers License with proof of insurance and good driving record Versatile equipment maintenance repair skill set Welding experience preferred Ability to adhere to OSHA regulations including, but not limited to fall protection, lock-out tag-out procedures 1-3 years wrench in hand experience (mechanical, engineering, lectrical, copiers, or cable installation (Experience limited to only computer/IT repair and installation is not generally a fit for this role.) Must be able to read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical schematics as required Must reside within 15-20 miles of the target city Must have standard tools used in the craft, and be proficient in handheld technology (tablets / laptops / smartphones) Be a self-starter, driving customer satisfaction with a passion for equipment maintenance Ability to sit, stand and drive for extended periods of time. Lift 80 lbs. Climb 15+ ft. REQUIRED EDUCATION: High School Diploma, GED, Technical or Trade School by Jobble
          

Shop Hats Online. Performance Hats. Female’s Hats & Headbands.   

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Marketing t-shirts andapparelare simply the tip of the iceberg, as we additionally supply a variety of options inoffice materials, electronic devices, event signs and also more. There are a great deal of firms providing logo products for companies online, however only one can be the best. Show Your Logo Design, Inc. remains in the top one percent of all suppliers of promotional items andcustom published t shirts, making it feasible to supply the most affordable costs and also fastest turnaround times in the market.

Can you wear a snapback backwards?

Stickers. That sticker on your bill—take it off. Unless you are doing a tribute to Minnie Pearl, the sticker needs to be removed before donning your cap.

Finest top quality, FREE shipping and also irresistible client service. We can produce top quality advertising & business hats, custom embroidered with your business or brand logo design.

Whether you’re looking for customized tee shirts, custom-made hats, or devices like sunglasses, bandannas, and socks BBP can assist make your brand name into a strolling advertisement. Let our experienced personnel help you choose the ideal brand name and design tees, containers, customized hoodies, caps, or beanies for your business. , if you’re looking for display published tees, embroidered hats, or anything else we’ll assist you find a design that fits you and also your audience. .

What does a 5 panel hat mean?

They give a brief definition too: A dad hat is a baseball cap that’s canvas or cotton and has a slightly curved brim (not too curved, though) and is probably a little oversized on the wearer. Unless, of course, you’re actually a dad—then it probably fits you perfectly.

Our custom-made embroidered hats are a perfect solution to utilize for company outings, athletic contests, neighborhood occasions, brand building, and so much more. If you don’t see what you desire– we will certainly locate it for you.

  • It’s easier to go curvier than it is to go in the other instructions, so when doubtful, opt for the flatter of two choices, which functions as a safe middle ground.
  • Embroidering your products creates a tidy, classic look that gently raises your name or logo design off of the product of the hat.
  • You do not require to be freezing to rock a beanie hat this period, pair among ours with an oversized tee and also waisted bum bag as well as you’ve nailed off-duty style with ease.
  • Baseball Caps are comfy as well as practical as well as bring individuals with each other around a shared belonging.

One Hat Offered, Ten Trees Planted.

And also to put the cherry on the cake, you could also offer them with individualized notebooks so they can take down any type of pertinent details in a beautifully made notebook covered in your perfect layout. Printing your brand in a elegant and also attractive way on crucial and also preferred products is a tested means of raising brand understanding and also firm growth.

We stitch our caps making use of top quality and also ultra-modern tools, making certain that your cap is stitched to the greatest requirement. When you make your own cap at black corduroy hattore, you can choose from various different typefaces and also colours. The message you select is entirely as much as your creativity and also resourcefulness.

Empyre Bucket O’ Daisies Black Container Hat.

Our Custom-made Made designs can consist of needlework on the front, back as well as side. Get in touch with us straight and also we will certainly respond immediately to your concerns on how to create your very own hat or cap. Shadows has been offering custom clothing consisting of display printing, embroidery as well as advertising items given that 1997. Shadows is a Boise based firm that happily offers firms and also companies throughout the UNITED STATE With 800,000 logo items readily available, you’re sure to locate a creative method to market your brand name or occasion.…


          

Warehouse Associate   

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Job Description Capstone Logistics, LLC is part of The Transportation and Logistics industry which has been designated a "Critical Infrastructure Segment". As a "critical infrastructure industry" worker in the Transportation and Logistics industry, associates are considered exempt from local restrictions such as curfews, shelter-in-place orders, and other mobility restrictions when reporting to, returning from, or performing his or her work functions. -- Warehouse Associate -- -- ---- -- -- Boise, ID -- -- -- -- -- --$480 with the opportunity to earn more-Paid Weekly 1st Shift: Sunday-Friday, 5am-Finish (Up to 10 hour day) -- -- Saturday Closed with a day off during the work week. -- Capstone Logistics is the premier provider of 3rd Party services in distribution centers across the nation. With a foot print of over 500 DCs in 45 states and Canada, Capstone is the preferred partner for many major Retailers, Groceries and specialty companies. With high-growth expected this year, we are looking for top talent that is interested in career opportunities to grow with us! WHY YOU SHOULD WORK WITH US:
  • Full-time career day one
  • Full benefits offered after 60 days of employment
  • Career growth - We look to promote from within first with over 500 sites and growing there is tons of opportunity!
  • Join our travel team, see the country, learn how all of our sites operate
  • Paid Training
  • Safety Incentives THE OPPORTUNITY:
    • You will learn all aspects of unloading or loading operations within a warehouse facility, working alone or in teams under supervision of site leadership
    • Maintain a safe and productive environment to exceed customer expectations
    • Handle the movement of pallets and on and off trailers and other vehicles by using manually or with site equipment to include pallet jacks or forklifts. WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE:
      • High-energy individual with a strong work ethic
      • Self-motivated with ability to work with limited supervision
      • Independent decision maker as needed to accomplish tasks
      • Lift and carry a minimum of up to 75 pounds repeatedly throughout shift
      • Handling of freight as directed by Capstone management and customer, meeting company standards, customer time lines and maintaining a safe work environment
      • Calculate and communicate load pricing to drivers; collect fees and balance at end of shift
      • Keeps Site Supervisor and Manager informed regarding conditions on the dock, accomplishments and concerns; contributes suggestions for improvements
      • Flexible work schedule due to changing operational needs Capstone Logistics does not unlawfully discriminate in hiring. If you are interested in apply for a position and need a reasonable accommodation during the applicant process, please contact (678-495-9464) so that we can work with you to reasonably accommodate you. 25445 Capstone Logistics, LLC is part of The Transportation and Logistics industry which has been designated a "Critical Infrastructure Segment". As a "critical infrastructure industry" worker in the Transportation and Logistics industry, associates are considered exempt from local restrictions such as curfews, shelter-in-place orders, and other mobility restrictions when reporting to, returning from, or performing his or her work functions.
          

Football Over/Unders for 2020   

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The 3.5 wins is tough for UNLV, unless this is finally the season they overachieve. The non-conf is brutal (ASU, Cal, La Tech, and Iowa State)... no cream puffs like @kingpotato's team who play Southern Georgia... and by the way it appears that UNLV is done with FCS opponents since they chose not to reschedule Grambling after replacing them with USC in '18 and have no more FCS currently scheduled. So maybe 1-3 non-conf but most likely 0-4. So 4 wins would probably require going 4-4 against the MWC West, at Boise, and home against CSU and Wyo.
          

Weathertight Roofing, Inc. is the Number One Roofing Contractor in Boise, Idaho.   

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Boise residents can turn to Weathertight Roofing, Inc. for all their roofing needs. They offer new roof installation, roof repairs, and TPO for both commercial and residential buildings. Their wide
          

Digital Consultant 5 - Account Opening Identity Capabilities | Wells Fargo   

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Boise, Idaho, Job Description Important Note: During the application process, ensure your contact information (email and phone number) is up to date and upload your current resume when submitting your application
          

Virtual Insurance Broker   

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Not Specified: Liberty Mutual Insurance: Advance your career at Liberty Mutual - A Fortune 100 Company! Closes auto and homeowners sales generated through multiple leads. Manages leads by t Boise, Idaho
          

Semi-Local CDL B Truck Drivers w/ HAZMAT - Up to $5,000 Sign On Bonus!   

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WHAT WE OFFER: Up To $5,000 Sign On Bonus! - Hourly pay with opportunity for OT 3-4 overnights/week Medical, Dental, Vision and Life 401k Short term and long term disability Employee assistance program Life Insurance Paid time off - & much more!! - REQUIREMENTS: - Must have Class A or B License HAZMAT -Endorsements - 1 year of verifiable driving experience - JOB SUMMARY Environmental Technician Driver will be responsible for proper transportation of various waste streams to include pharmaceutical waste at various generator sites. Operate Straight Trucks and Tractors Trailers to perform pickups of bulk and containerized hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Performs a variety of duties that comply with government regulations and procedures. - ABOUT US ECOLOGY US Ecology, Inc. is a leading North American provider of environmental services to commercial and government entities. The Company addresses the complex waste management needs of its customers by offering treatment, disposal and recycling of industrial, hazardous and radioactive waste, as well as a wide range of complementary field and industrial services. US Ecology's focus on safety, environmental compliance, and customer service, enables us to effectively meet the needs of our customers and to build long-lasting relationships. Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with operations in the United States, Canada and Mexico, the Company has been protecting the environment since 1952. - ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Operates trucks which may include: roll-offs, tankers, tractor trailers and box trucks. Performs LTL pickups. Maintains company equipment. Ensures customer satisfaction. Maintains vehicle log. Maintains documentation of manifests and work orders. Performs DOT pre-trip and post trip inspections. Processes hazardous and non-hazardous materials as needed. Assists in maintaining good housekeeping at facility and on grounds. Functions as technician on lab pack and field service projects. Performs other, related duties as assigned. These are duties may not be specifically listed in this description, but which are within the general nature typically associated with the employee's level of work. - Call -844-385-6384 Or Apply Online Today! - - US Ecology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
          

Emergency Room Nurse (RN)   

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Our new state-of-the-art Nampa Garrity Emergency Department was opened in June of 2017. With 30 beds, we proudly serve a wide variety of patients in Canyon County. Some of our colleagues have the opportunity to float to our 12th Avenue ED, allowing for cross-training and increasing knowledge. We pride ourselves on our level of commitment and integrity, as well as outstanding teamwork. Shifts Available: Nights (7:00 pm - 7:30 am) Days (7:00 am - 7:30 pm) Evenings (11:00 am - 11:00 pm // 2:00 pm - 2:00 am) Why Saint Alphonsus? Saint Alphonsus Health System is a 5-hospital regional, non-profit, faith-based, Catholic ministry with over 4,300 associates and a 950+ medical staff which serve 700,000 people in Idaho and Oregon. Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (Boise) is recognized as the region's only Level II Trauma Center, Level I Stroke Center and Level III NICU providing the most experienced care to the most critically ill patients. Centers of Excellence include: Cardiovascular, Neuroscience, Oncology, Orthopedics, Trauma & Emergency and Women's & Children's. We are proud to offer our Colleagues a comprehensive benefits package that's includes but is not limited to: comprehensive medical/dental/vision coverage options, basic & supplemental life insurance options, short/long-term disability, group legal, Pension Plans, FSA, tuition reimbursement, & opportunities for training and advancement. Why Nampa? As the third largest city in Idaho, Nampa provides the amenities of big city living while still maintaining a down to earth, authentic quality. Located in the heart of the Treasure Valley, Nampa offers plenty to those looking for an affordable place to live and work. The range of entertainment options is as vast as the natural attractions that draw thousands to the area each year for camping, skiing, hiking and river adventures. Vineyards and wineries near Nampa provide romantic excursions throughout the year, while its historic downtown is filled with unique shops and restaurants. Known for being a family-friendly community, Nampa also offers a quality of life that can't be beat. You can learn more by visiting: https://God.blue/forward.php?url=https://www.bvep.org/lifestyle YourMembership.Category: Healthcare, Keywords: Emergency Room Nurse
          

Lambda Legal: Idaho flouts the courts by enacting unconstitutional anti-Transgender law   

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BOISE, ID (March 30, 2020) - Idaho Gov. Brad Little today signed into law legislation that bans transgender people from changing the gender marker on their birth certificates, despite a federal court ruling Lambda Legal won two years ago declaring such a policy unconstitutional. Lambda Legal counsel Peter Renn, a member of the legal team that obtained that court ruling in 2018, issued the following statement: "At each step of the legislative process, from this bill's introduction in the Idaho House, through the Idaho Senate, and on to the governor's desk, policymakers were fully aware that they were explicitly flouting a binding federal court order. And the court could not have been clearer: this policy was unconstitutional two years ago, and it is still unconstitutional today. Idaho has deliberately set itself on a collision course with the federal courts. It is in open rebellion against the rule of law." Lambda Legal staff attorney Kara Ingelhart ad
          

Idaho Statehouse reporter tests positive for coronavirus   

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A reporter for a Boise television station who covered the Idaho Legislature and attended recent news conferences held by Gov. Brad Little said he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Joe Parris of KTVB-TV said Wednesday he was tested on March 24 and was told Tuesday he had the virus. Parris covered Little’s press conferences ...
          

A Word with Peter J. Smith IV of Smith + Malek on the CARES Act   

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COVID-19 has presented unprecedented challenges to many small business owners, but fortunately, the recently passed CARES Act is offering a lifeline. Still, the federal stimulus bill and the legal implications of the outbreak can be complicated to navigate. Idaho law firm Smith + Malek, which has offices in Boise, Sandpoint, and Coeur d’Alene, is helping the small ...
          

Saint Alphonsus staffers respond to lack of blood drives    

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With blood supplies critically low because of the COVID-19 pandemic, one Saint Alphonsus surgeon is filling the need with a creative solution. Britani Hill, a trauma surgeon at Saint Alphonsus, organized two in-house blood drives on March 24 and March 26 at Saint Alphonsus in Boise and Nampa. “This has been absolutely amazing,” she said. “I ...
          

Direct Care Staff - USA-ID-Boise   

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Live-in staff assist with modeling appropriate behavior, medication administration, transportation, and activities of daily living. Applicants should be patient, reliable, and able to work independent...
          

ASK023: Do you think retaking exams for additional credit is a good policy?   

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In this feature of AskPsychSessions, Jason Eggerman of Spokane Community College and Eric Landrum of Boise State University discuss whether to have exams be available to retake for extra credit. Finding the topic irresistible, Brooke Whisenhunt from Missouri State University, Noland White from Georgia College and State University, and Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College join in.


          

ASK022: Should students be allowed to keep exams?   

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In this AskPsychSesssions feature, Noland White from Georgia College and State University weighs in with Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University on two questions regarding whether students should be permitted to keep exams and whether they should be offered a re-do. Brooke Whisenhunt from Missouri State University and Jason Eggerman from Spokane Community College also contribute to this conversation.


          

Managing Veterinarian | National Veterinary Associates (NVA)   

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Boise, Idaho,     The Managing Doctor is responsible for providing medical leadership for the hospital, managing associate veterinarians, and assuring regulatory compliance relating to the practice of veterina
          

Debt Jubilee Maybe Be Solution to Corona Economic Collapse   

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My daughters figured out a way to pay for school, by working & going into the military (I realize the military isn't for everyone) and they have both said that they do not want to pay for their peers student loans. They made the sacrifices and worked their asses off to get their college education. My oldest even chose to go to an expensive private college in Idaho for her first couple of years. As it was a liberal arts college, she then transferred to Boise State as she wanted to go into hard sciences. Again, they did what they had to do and they expressly have said they don't want to pay for someone else's college. Didn't Wyoming set aside a huge amount of oil & gas money into an endowment and if you graduate from a Wyo high school and depending on your GPA, you can get all or most of your college paid for? Isn't Wyo out of state tuition still cheaper than Colorado's in state?
          

Front Office Supervisor - Boise Latah Clinic - USA-ID-Boise   

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At ******* we believe we are successful when we have a healthy, thriving community. This is accomplished as a result of our mission-driven and talented team. We provide integrated care throughout ...
          

Niekonwencjonalne Okrążenia Aluminiowe, Panelowe, Układowe   

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ogrodzenia kute cena drewniane ceny Myślisz, że trafne ultranowoczesne ograniczenia metalowe więc zagmatwane żądanie? Zagrodzenie wybiegów Który rząd okratowania okrzyknąć? płoty betonowe allegro


          

Managing Veterinarian | National Veterinary Associates (NVA)   

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Boise, Idaho,     The Managing Doctor is responsible for providing medical leadership for the hospital, managing associate veterinarians, and assuring regulatory compliance relating to the practice of veterina
          

Speedy Net Loan Bbb In Boise   

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Price : $1700
    Straightforward Mortgage Right now. Fast Cash within Hour. Get approval Quick.

          

Les tensions entre vignerons et riverains bordelais ravivées par un déboisement "sauvage"   

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« Tout est permis, mais tout n'est pas utile. Tout est permis, mais tout n'édifie pas » pose le
          

Cable TV channels from an over-the-air antenna? Next Gen TV makes it possible    

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Edge Networks is launching Evoca, a new kind of pay TV service broadcast over the air, this summer in Boise, Idaho.
          

Dictons du jour   

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(et tout-à-l'heure, dictons des Rameaux)

A la sainte Irène s'il fait beau,
Il y aura moins de vin que d'eau.

A la sainte Irène, au potager,
Sème toutes les graines.

A la sainte Irène,
Jardinier dans l’arène,
Récolte plus sereine.

Quand à sainte Irène,
Fleurit le frêne,
Un bel été cela entraîne.

Traitement à la traîne
A la sainte Irène,
Dans les arbres la gangrène.

Pluie de sainte Irène
Pour le jardin est souveraine.

A la sainte Irène,
Renaît la morène [petit nénuphar].

A la sainte Irène,
Le soleil se réfrène.

Planter des tomates avant la Sainte Irina
Est un assassinat !

Les choux semés à la sainte Irina,
Tu croqueras à la sainte Marina 
[20 juillet].

Pomme de terre plantée à la sainte Irina
Se dégustera à la sainte Marina.

Le 5 avril, 
e coucou chante mort ou vif !

Fleur d'avril
Ne tient qu'à un fil.

Avril entrant comme un agneau,
S'en retourne comme un taureau.

Avril et mai, de l’année,
Font tout seuls la destinée.

Avril fait la fleur,
Mai en a l’honneur.

Avril frais et mai chaud,
Remplissent les granges jusqu'en haut.

Avril frais, mai chaud,
Remplit le grenier jusqu'en haut.

Avril frais, mai chaud, 
répare les tonneaux.

Caprices d'avril font tomber les fleurs
Et trembler les laboureurs.

4° à 7h30.

Portrait par William Beechey (1753-1839).
Pascal Paoli
 (en corse et en italienPasquale de Paoli) (Morosaglia5 avril 17251,2 - Londres5 février 1807) est un homme politiquephilosophe et amiral corse.

La rébellion de la Corse (1729-1743) et la République corse (1755-1769) fondent une large partie de l'identité corse d'aujourd'hui. Pascal Paoli est l'une des figures emblématiques de cette période.

Contraint de suivre son père Hyacinthe en exil à l'âge de 15 ans, il part à Naples avec lui (1740). De retour en Corse en 1755, il perd l'ultime bataille qui l'oppose à l'armée royale française en 1769. Sa personnalité et son action intéressent bien au-delà des seuls Corses ou des historiens. Son fort attachement à son île natale et à sa culture font de lui une figure inscrite dans son temps et un homme des Lumières qui a tissé des relations d'amitié ou épistolaires à travers toute l'Europe.

Ainsi, il fut à la fois un général corse, le chef de la nation corse indépendante, un démocrate, un patriote et un homme des Lumières.

 

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La fete de Qing Ming Jie


Qīngmíng jié
 (清明节 / 清明節Qīngmíng jié), la Fête de Qing Ming, est un jour désigné en Chine comme journée nationale de nettoyage des tombes depuis 1935. Jour férié à Taïwan, sa date y est fixée au 5 avril. De nos jours, Qīngmíng jié est donc réduit à une journée consacrée à l'entretien des tombes, un peu comme la Toussaint en France, mais il s'agissait à l'origine d'une période plus longue rassemblant des rituels et activités d'origines différentes.

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Association de la Sorbonne pour les Mondes Asiatiques ...

Singmogil : Au lendemain de la guerre de Corée (1950-1953) le gouvernement a lancé un programme de reboisement du pays afin de lutter contre la dévastation des forêts pendant cette dernière. Ce jour-là, chaque citoyen est invité à planter un arbre ou une plante afin de lutter contre la déforestation.

Le symbole de la Corée du Sud est l'hibiscus (Mugunghwa ou mauve en arbre ou rose d'althéa). Cette fleur a la réputation de durer longtemps (immortalité) et évoque parfaitement la résistance et le courage des Coréens au cours de l'histoire. Elle est même mentionnée dans l'hymne nationale coréen (Aegukga) dont voici le refrain :

Refrain :
Des hibiscus à perte de vue, des fleuves et des montagnes splendides
Protégée par son peuple, Que vive à jamais la Corée !

 


          

Glow Bio Rice Scrub - Peau sensible sèche à la framboise bio - 75ml   

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Partnering with Boys & Girls Club to Provide Emergency Child Care Amid COVID-19 Crisis   

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, in collaboration with the Boise School District, will open two additional “pop up” Club sites to provide additional emergency child care relief amid the COVID-19 crisis.
          

An Important Video Message from Superintendent    

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Boise School District Superintendent of Schools Mr. Coby Dennis has an important message for our students, parents, staff and community during this challenging time.
          

We're Here for You: Stay-At-Home Learning & Support for Essential Services   

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During the current COVID-19 school closure, Boise School District is here for our community. Our teachers and staff have created resources to support stay-at-home learning and essential services.
          

Hair Stylist - (Boise, Idaho, United States)   

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Weathertight Roofing, Inc. is the Number One Roofing Contractor in Boise, Idaho.   

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Boise residents can turn to Weathertight Roofing, Inc. for all their roofing needs. They offer new roof installation, roof repairs, and TPO for both commercial and residential buildings. Their wide
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