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Works on the renovation and reconstruction of the Borovnik Hotel in Tisno have been completed

first_imgWorks on the renovation and extension of the Borovnik hotel worth HRK 26,5 million have been completed, and the town of Tisno received its first luxury facility of its kind.Yesterday, a presentation of new contents to the media was held in the hotel premises, and Mayor Klarin reminded of the tradition of the Borovnik hotel dating back to 1924, when Czech tourists began to arrive here in an organized manner, and expressed satisfaction and gratitude to Borovnik. almost a hundred years a tourist champion in the wider area.The hotel has been upgraded, refurbished and equipped with new facilities. Of the 26 million kuna, 45 percent of this investment was provided from the European Regional Development Fund through the call Support for the Development of Small and Medium Entrepreneurship in Tourism, making Tisno hotel the first in Šibenik-Knin County and ninth in Croatia to receive European funds for reconstruction. The project includes the reconstruction and extension of the Borovnik hotel facilities and the construction and equipping of additional hotel facilities, such as wellness, fitness, indoor pool and beach facilities managed by the Borovnik hotel through a concession agreement.It now has 62 modern rooms, with a capacity of 117 beds, and the new facilities will allow it to be filled outside the tourist season, so the hotel will be open for more than ten months. Through the reconstruction and extension of the hotel and the construction of additional facilities such as wellness, fitness, swimming pool and innovative facilities on the beach (massages, water bar, catering offer) Borovnik will enrich and increase quality, and the hotel will receive a high categorization of four stars.last_img read more

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Amazon Alexa for the hospitality industry – the future of the sector

first_imgOne of the world-famous online stores, Amazon, announced a new program called “Alexa for Hospitality” this month. Alexa is designed as a virtual assistant that the user activates with voice commands, and is intended for implementation in catering facilities. The new system would contain key information about the guest, such as check-in and check-out dates. Also, Alexa in the role of a virtual reception opens the possibility for the guest to receive requests in real time, and among many “smart” functions, caterers can perform basic tasks from their workplace in accommodation units, such as timing the thermostat or raising the curtain, reports techcrunch.com.Amazon’s partner in testing this remarkable platform was the renowned hotel chain Marriott which will in its select units in Marriott, Westin, St. Regis, Aloft and Autograph Collection hotels this summer present guests with a unique Alexa experience. In the middle of the month, Alexa became available to other hoteliers and caterers, albeit by invitation.«At Marriott, we nurture continuous monitoring of modern practices and innovations in the field of catering, which only makes us more excited because we will be among the first to offer guests the Alex program. Many of our guests use speech technologies at home, so we want to expand our stay experience to keep up with guests ’preferences. Our intention is, also through the feedback provided by our guests, to implement the obtained data into the existing system and make it even better. Our guests can expect that we will regularly inform them about the new opportunities we have in the plan for Alex», Said Jennifer Hsieh, Vice President of Innovation for Customer Experience at Marriott International.Video Playerhttps://m.media-amazon.com/images/G/01/asp-marketing/Alexa_for_Hospitality_H264_720p._CB1529340223_.mp400:0000:0001:38Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.For the purposes of the program, the accommodation unit must have an Echo device installed, since through the Echo system, the guest communicates with Alex and she can provide information about the hotel on request, switch to the reception or call maintenance or simply talk. Alexa currently supports the following devices: Amazon Echo Dot, Echo and Echo Plus. Amazon reports that Alexa is compatible with existing hotel technologies such as DigiValet, Intelity, Nuvola and Volar.As previously mentioned, Alexa contains a phone function, but also a number of “smart” services that can be adapted to the needs of the hotel, and in addition to light, curtains and thermostat, there are also functions “TV” and “radio”. In other words, the guest, as a digital entity, connects with the accommodation unit in the context of the entire hotel through Alexe, which provides him with a completely new and revolutionary catering experience. Modesty aside, this is a remarkable shift in the hospitality industry and offers an excellent and stable platform for communicating with guests in 2.0. the world.Amazon promises an almost flawless system that keeps escalations under control through “analytics” and “reports”, while crisis management is alarmed if the system goes “offline”. For perfect functionality, Amazon reports, Alexa will be subject to many upgrades to keep the system up to date with the latest trends in the world of digital services and applications.Alexa will represent the future for catering, still in its infancy, but certainly a pleasant refreshment. It can be assumed that it will also contribute to the recognition of hotels and other accommodation that have Alex implemented. The new experience of staying and overnight stays, to the great satisfaction of users, will soon become available to well-known apartment renters such as RedAwning and Two Roads Hospitality.What is left for us is to wait impatiently and check the system once it finds its entrance into the offer of the Croatian hospitality sector. PHOTO: techcrunch.comlast_img read more

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No benefit, higher death rate for malaria drug in coronavirus study

first_imgA malaria drug widely touted as a potential cure for COVID-19 showed no benefit against the disease over standard care — and was in fact associated with more deaths, the biggest study of its kind showed Tuesday.The US government funded analysis of how American military veterans fared on hydroxychloroquine was posted on a medical preprint site and has not yet been peer reviewed.The experiment had several important limitations, but adds to a growing body of doubt over the efficacy of the medicine that counts President Donald Trump and right wing news channel Fox News among its biggest backers. Researchers looked at the medical records of 368 veterans hospitalized nationwide who either died or were discharged by April 11.Death rates for patients on hydroxychloroquine were 28 percent, compared to 22 percent when it was taken with the anti-biotic azithromycin — a combination favored by French scientist Didier Raoult, whose study on the subject in March triggered a surge of global interest in the drug.The death rate for those receiving only standard care was 11 percent.Hydroxychloroquine, with or without azithromycin, was more likely to be prescribed to patients with more severe illness, but the authors found that increased mortality persisted even after they statistically adjusted for higher rates of use. Topics :center_img Other drawbacks include the fact that the study did not assign people randomly to groups, because it was a retrospective analysis meaning it looked back on what had already happened.In addition, the results are hard to generalize because the population was highly specific: most of the patients were male, with a median age over 65, and black, a group that is disproportionately affected by underlying illnesses like diabetes and heart disease.There was no added risk of being on ventilator among the hydroxychloroquine only group, leading the authors to suggest that increased mortality among this group might be attributable to side-effects outside the respiratory system.Previous research has found that the medicine is risky for patients with certain heart rhythm issues and can cause blackouts, seizures or at times cardiac arrest in this group.Hydroxychloroquine and a related compound chloroquine have been used for decades to treat malaria, as well as the autoimmune disorders lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.They have received significant attention during the novel coronavirus pandemic and have been shown in lab settings to block the virus from entering cells and prevent it replicating — but in the pharmaceutical world, “in vitro” promise often fails to translate into “in vivo” success.The true answer can only be determined through very large, randomized clinical trials that assign patients to receive either the drug under investigation or a placebo.Several of these are underway, including notably in the United States, Europe, Canada and the United Kingdom.last_img read more

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Lyon slam Arsenal’s ‘timid’ offer for Housem Aouar

first_imgArsenal have had two bids rejected for Aouar (Picture: Getty)Asked about the nature of Arsenal’s bid and why it was rejected, Aulas said: ‘There was a timid offer. We felt like either they didn’t consider the fact that this is a player in the French national team. ‘So it was not an offer that was even susceptible to making us consider a sale.’AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Frenchman was then asked what Lyon’s asking price for Aouar is, with the interviewer asking if it was £36m or £46m. Though Aulas failed to confirm the club’s exact valuation, he replied: ‘It is certainly more than the first number that you mentioned’.That would indicate that the club are looking for somewhere between £40-£46m for the midfielder.Time is running out for Arsenal to complete a move for the playmaker as the transfer window closes next Monday. MORE: Roy Keane names three Arsenal players that are a ‘big problem’ for Mikel Arteta Lyon slam Arsenal’s ‘timid’ offer for Housem Aouar Houssem Aouar is valued at around £46m by Lyon (Picture: Getty)Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas says Arsenal’s latest bid for Houssem Aouar was rejected because it was ‘timid’ and did not reflect the midfielder’s quality. The Gunners have had two bids turned down for the 22-year-old, with the latest believed to be in the region of £32million. Lyon were seeking around £55m for the Frenchman at the start of the transfer window but the Ligue 1 club are said to have lowered that asking price and would accept closer to £46m.However, there remains a significant difference in valuations between the two parties and Aulas says Arsenal’s bid was nowhere near good enough. ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 29 Sep 2020 12:04 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.6kShares View 3 comments Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

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Pennsylvania Students Benefiting from Historic Education Investments

first_img August 21, 2019 Pennsylvania Students Benefiting from Historic Education Investments Education,  Press Release Brookhaven, PA – Governor Tom Wolf joined students, parents, teachers, and school administrators today in Delaware County to celebrate Pennsylvania’s historic investments in education during the governor’s tenure. Over the past five years the governor has secured an additional $1.4 billion in funding for pre-k through college, including nearly $800 million for basic education, $140 million for special education, and $40 million for career and technical education.“There’s no better investment we can make than ensuring our children get a quality public education,” said Governor Wolf. “Pennsylvania’s children and their future have been my top priority over the past five years, and I will continue to fight for them.“Every student – from our big cities to the growing suburbs and small towns – needs and deserves a great education. Strong public schools create a well-educated and skilled workforce that will continue to attract jobs to Pennsylvania and grow the economy for everyone.”The governor signed a state budget in June with increases of $160 million for basic education, which will be distributed through a formula created in 2015 to more fairly fund school districts that need it the most, and $50 million for special education. The governor’s proposal to raise the dropout age to 18 and lower the requirement to start school to age 6 starting next year was also enacted.The budget also included the vast majority of the governor’s comprehensive plan to make Pennsylvania’s workforce the best in the nation, such as a $10 million increase to expand the innovative PAsmart initiative to $40 million. PAsmart will provide $20 million in science and technology education, $10 million for career and technology education (CTE), and $10 million for industry partnerships and job training.“For far too long, the legislature has been failing to fund Pennsylvania public schools adequately, leaving local taxpayers to make up the difference,” said Donna Cooper, Executive Director of Public Citizens for Children and Youth. “Our communities are seeing real and increased demand for special education services, CTE training, and counseling for students in crisis. While we are thankful for steady increases over the Governor’s tenure, we need more in the future. The Legislature must follow the Governor’s lead and dramatically increase basic education funding next year and beyond to ensure that all our students can have a bright future.”“I was happy that this year’s state budget contained an increase in funding for career and technical education for the second year in a row,” said Nikolas Stamper. “Some of these additional funds will help me and my classmates studying building trades at Delaware County Technical High School and help to provide hands-on training for students like us across Pennsylvania. With CTE, we can graduate high school with in-demand job training. More young Pennsylvanians should have this opportunity.”“In recent years, the state’s share of funding for special education has fallen to just 25 percent while demand has risen,” said Jasmine Poole, parent of a special education student. “This means that many school districts are struggling to provide what special education students need to not only get by in public education, but to thrive. I am thankful for Governor Wolf’s leadership in securing a historic $50 million increase in special education funding that will help to ensure that families like mine aren’t an afterthought, but at the forefront of Pennsylvania’s public education system.”The governor was joined by education stakeholders at Coebourn Elementary School in Brookhaven. The Penn-Delco School District is in southeastern Pennsylvania and has approximately 3,400 k-12 students.“Ensuring that Pennsylvania makes its necessary investments in public education is a bipartisan and common aim that is easy to agree upon,” said Superintendent George Steinhoff from the Penn-Delco School District. “Improving the workforce, improving local economies, improving achievement outcomes, increasing property values, and decreasing the burden of property taxes are common sense goals that are met when states commit to properly funding public education systems. In the process, they meet the responsibility of ensuring that every child is prepared to make a positive contribution to our future.”Addressing Pennsylvania’s flawed and outdated charter school law, the governor last week announced he was taking executive action, overhauling regulations, and will propose legislation to comprehensively reform the law. Pennsylvania’s charter school law is known as the worst in the nation. The governor’s reforms will strengthen charter school quality, accountability and transparency to control costs and improve outcomes for students.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Norway to add killer robots to oil fund’s ethical blacklist

first_imgExplaining the addition of lethal autonomous weapons on the exclusion list, the report said: “When automation becomes so extensive that it constitutes autonomy, it is not only the use of lethal force, but the very decision to deploy the use of force that is transferred to the machines.”The committee described it as fundamentally problematic that the critical decisions relating to the use of force were not subject to “meaningful human control”.“Although the future may see the emergence of technological sophistication capable of meeting the requirements of distinction under humanitarian law, i.e. the capacity to distinguish between military objectives and civilians, such autonomy would still be ethically problematic because of the ensuing erosion and disintegration of accountability implied under humanitarian law,” the committee said.Also being proposed for the oil fund’s revamped ethical framework is the addition of a new conduct-based exclusion criterion for the sale of weapons.This covers arms sales to states involved in conflict where there is an unacceptable risk of the weapons being used in serious and systematic violations of international humanitarian law, according to the draft guidelines.Within the conduct-based criteria in the GPFG’s guidelines, the panel singled out indigenous peoples’ rights and the use of surveillance technology as two areas that Norges Bank – whose subsidiary Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) runs the fund – and the fund’s independent Council on Ethics should be particularly careful about.The committee proposed removing examples that have so far been set out in the human rights criterion, in order to make it clear that the criterion encompasses all types of human rights.It also proposed expanding the corruption criterion to take in other types of serious economic crime, citing money laundering as one example.To read the digital edition of IPE’s latest magazine click here. Producing lethal autonomous weapons – also known as killer robots – is to be added to the list of reasons why companies should be barred from the NOK10.2tn (€943bn) Norwegian sovereign wealth fund, according to new proposals for the fund’s ethical guidelines.In its report, changes proposed by the Ethics Committee – mandated by the government to review the Government Pension Fund Global’s (GPFG) responsible investment set up – include adding lethal autonomous weapons to the list of arms types specified under the product-based weapons exclusion criterion.Presenting the report this morning to the Norwegian Minister of Finance Jan Tore Sanner, the committee’s chair Ola Mestad said: “Our proposals build on the existing ethical framework for the fund.”Overall, he said, the framework had worked well, but the committee was still proposing some changes to reflect the evolution of ethical norms over the past 15 years, and catch up with certain new issues.last_img read more

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String of Gold Coast properties sell in a matter of days

first_imgThe beachfront house at 101 Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach sold within about four days despite not even being listed on the market.Further south, a Palm Beach property sold within a few days despite not even being listed on the market. The Jefferson Lane house’s owners agreed to sell it after Kollosche agent Rob Lamb and agency director Michael Kollosche approached them with an offer too good to refuse.“(The owners) said, ‘funnily enough we are actually thinking about selling, why not?’,” Mr Lamb said. “We’d arrived at a figure which was incentive enough to sell right there and then.”The $4.4 million deal was penned in a matter of days. The waterfront house at 2 Regents Court, Sovereign Islands sold within less than a month.“By day six he was signed, sealed, delivered,” he said.“We had multiple offers in the end. “The other buyers we had were from Cairns and Sydney.”He said the buyer was attracted to the two-storey house’s nine-car garage and boat ramp onto the canal with bridge-free ocean access.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoAnother waterfront property he marketed on the Sovereign Islands sold in 21 days.The Regents Court house also had multiple offers on it before the sellers accepted the final offer of $2.1 million. MORE NEWS: Lowest home loan rates revealed The property at 39 Markham Ave, Runaway Bay recently went under contract in six days.HOUSE hunters are wasting no time snapping up properties on the Glitter Strip, with several recently selling in a matter of days.It comes weeks after data released by CoreLogic revealed Gold Coast properties were spending an average of 73 days on the market — more than a month longer than they were a year ago. One of the properties that bucked the trend was a waterfront Runaway Bay house, which sold for $1.39 million.Director of self-titled agency Alex Phillis, who marketed the Markham Ave property, said it sold within days of him approaching a local buyer from his database. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:35Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:35 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p288p288p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenFive things to consider when buying into a regional area01:35 MORE NEWS: Coast house prices have tripled over 20 yearslast_img read more

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Step inside one of the last original Brisbane homes still standing

first_imgThis heritage manor at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point, is for sale.STEP inside one of Brisbane’s oldest heritage manors — a home that has borne witness to the city’s development for more than 150 years.‘Silverwells’ at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point, has hit the market and local history buffs are scrambling to see one of the last remaining original residences, believed to have been built in the 1860s. This property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point, is for sale.Wedged between the Story Bridge and riverfront gardens, the heritage-listed manor was first owned by Sydney merchant Joseph Thompson.And in the early 1900s, it was home to James Hetherington, the Mayor of South Brisbane in 1916. The living area of the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point. Another living area of the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.The semi-detached brick building was extensively restored by Waterford Properties about two decades ago, but the current owners have since added their own personal touch.The home has been renovated and extended to capitalise on the magical views of the Brisbane River and city skyline. The city view from the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.The listing on the Queensland Heritage Register describes the residence as a “genteel address” that “contributes aesthetically to the highly intact, stylish and cohesive facade of the Kangaroo Point townscape”.The home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a powder room. of the bedrooms in the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.Its classic Georgian charm has been enhanced by more modern improvements such as a riverside pool terrace with a heated mosaic-tiled swimming pool, a wine cellar, an internal lift and a four-car basement garage. There are several formal and casual lounge, living and dining areas, and the option to create private guest accommodation with a separate entrance. Inside the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.The modern kitchen features a marble breakfast bar and Gaggenau appliances.Classic features include crystal ball chandeliers, kauri pine floorboards and carved fanlights above French doors. The main bathroom in the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.There are three traditional open fireplaces, plus a contemporary integrated gas fire, along with arched windows and 4m high ceilings.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours agoOther modern improvements include a home office with custom built furniture, plus a private study, an outdoor entertaining area with Beefeater BBQ and Vintec fridges and an automated security system. One of the bedrooms in the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point. The main bedroom from another angle.The property is set among European-style gardens with formal hedges and manicured lawns.Listing agent Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm said he was getting strong inquiries from locals who loved the history of the property and the spectacular views. The outdoor terrace and pool area of the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.“Getting a property of this heritage is very unique,” Mr Lancashire said.“The owners are selling because they have a big, country property that they’ve moved to.” Another living area of the property at 267 Main St, Kangaroo Point.The property is open to expressions of interest, closing June 26.last_img read more

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At least P35M lost in Kalibo market predawn blaze

first_imgThe municipal government of Kalibodeclared a state of calamity yesterday so it could access the calamityfund to help displaced vendors. The fish and meat sectionsinside the market were spared by the fire.  KALIBO, Aklan – A four-hour predawnfire razed stalls at the public market here on Toting Reyes Street, BarangayAndagao early morning yesterday. Damage to property was initially peggedat P35 million by the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP).  Some 276 stalls wereaffected. The fire was put under control at 4:25 a.m. and a fireout was declared at around 11:37 a.m.   A temporary relocation site isbeing eyed just across the Kalibo public market./PN After a fire out was declared,stallholders began sifting through the debris tosalvage anything of value. “Walatayong reported injuries or casualties,”said Fire Senior Inspector Sedgie Gerardo, Kalibo fire marshal.center_img Firefighting units from themunicipalities of Balete, Libacao, Altavas, New Washington, Numancia, Malay,Ibajay, and Buruanga and even those from the Kalibo International Airportresponded. As of this writing arson probers wereyet to determine the origin and actual cause of the fire. BFP-Kalibo was alerted about theblaze at around 12:26 a.m. The fire reached third alarm at 12:35 a.m. and ageneral alarm was raised by Superintendent Nazrudyn Cablayan, provincial firemarshal. Police helped control thecrowd that gathered on streets. Portions of Toting Reyes Streetand Roxas Avenue Extension were blocked off by the police.  Stalls in the middle portion ofthe Kalibo public market were totally burned while those fronting Toting ReyesStreet were partially damaged.last_img read more

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Marriott makes it two wins in three nights with BVR Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights checkers

first_imgHunter Marriott won for the second time in three Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour outings, topping Wednesday’s IMCA Modified main event at Buena Vista Raceway. (Photo by Jim Stef­fens)ALTA, Iowa (July 25) – Wednesday’s night’s Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour rubber match went to Hunter Marriott.Marriott led every lap from the pole in winning the IMCA Modified main event at Buena Vista Race­way. The $2,000 tour victory was his second in three days, the first coming Monday at Park Jefferson Speedway.Kyle Strickler, winner of the Tuesday tour event at Hancock County Speedway, was a distant se­cond.“It seems like we had gone on a dry streak there for a while, then we got a couple wins on the Dakota Tour so we knew we could still do it,” said Marriott, who’d put his name on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot Monday. “We’ve won three of five career starts at Alta and a couple Dirt Knights features now, and that always feels good.”Strickler fell back as far as fifth before working his way back to the runner-up spot. Joel Rust, defend­ing BVR race winner Chris Abelson and Kyle Brown finished third through fifth, respec­tively, in the 25-lapper.Marriott may have taken the big check and top spot in the tour point standings, but the big winner of the night was previous point leader Ricky Thornton Jr.Thornton was at the track prior to hot laps Wednesday, booked it for home before the races started and became a father in the wee hours of the morning on Thursday.The seventh and final Dirt Knights Tour event of the season is Monday, Aug. 6 at Clay County Fairgrounds in Spencer, hometown of tour title sponsor Arnold Motor Supply.That event will be broadcast by IMCA.TV. Marriott has won both tour events held at Spencer, in 2016 and last year.Other winners Wednesday at Alta were Dustin Smith in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Shannon Anderson in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Cody Thompson in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Jarad Gross in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts.Feature results – 1. Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; 2. Kyle Strickler, Troutman, N.C.; 3. Joel Rust, Grundy Center; 4. Chris Abelson, Sioux City; 5. Kyle Brown, Madrid; 6. Craig Reetz, Dun­lap; 7. Kelly Shryock, Fertile; 8. Troy Cordes, Dunkerton; 9. Jason Wolla, Ray, N.D.; 10. Al Hejna, Clear Lake; 11. Josh Most, Red Oak; 12. Shane DeMey, Denison; 13. Corey Dripps, Reinbeck; 14. Bob Moore, Sioux City; 15. John Parmeley, Phoenix, Ariz.; 16. Cody Bauman, Eureka, Ill.; 17. Todd Boulware, Jefferson, S.D.; 18. Jim Thies, Mapleton; 19. Stacey Mills, Webb; 20. Jeremy Thornton, Casa Grande, Ariz.; 21. Harvey Vande Weerd, Alton; 22. Mike Albertsen, Audubon; 23. Ron Beckstrom, Pierson; 24. Brock Bauman, Eureka, Ill.; 25. Jeremy Mills, Garner; 26. Justin Sackett, Pierson; 27. Brent Mack, Newell.last_img read more

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