WHITE CITY, Ore. – The biggest Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified payday in the Pacific Northwest awaits the winner of Southern Oregon Speedway’s 20th annual Lon Skinner Memorial.The Sunday, Sept. 6 main event pays $5,000 to win, a minimum of $500 to each of the 24 starters and is a qualifier for the 2016 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.Modifieds also race for $600 to win in their Saturday, Sept. 5 feature. Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods race for top checks of $400 on Saturday and $600 on Sunday.Early registration and practice is Friday, Sept. 4 at White City.Early entry fee for the Modifieds is now $200 or $250 at the gate. Entry forms can be mailed to the track at 2177 South Pacific Highway in Medford, Ore., 97501.Transponders are required and a limited number will be available to rent. Hoosier tires, fuel and tearoffs will also be available in the pits.Grandstand admission is $15 for Saturday, $20 for Sunday or $30 for a two-day pass. Pit passes are $35 a day or $60 for a two-day pass.Brookside Inn is the host hotel and reservations can be made by calling 866 928-2314. Free camping, but no hookups, is also available at the track.More information is available at the track’s www.sospeedway.com website or by calling 541 772-6264. Drivers can call the same number when using a credit card to pay their entry fee or for assistance in finding overnight accommodations.
An 11-year-old boy is being hospitalized after a reported shark bite in Fort Lauderdale.According to reports, the incident occurred Wednesday morning while the boy vacationed with his family in the surf behind the Ritz Carlton Hotel on North Fort Lauderdale Beach.The boy injured his foot, according to Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue.He is currently receiving treatment at Broward Health Medical Center.This story is developing.
Senator Jimmy Harte says the statement by Charlie Mc Conalogue TD criticising the AIB closures shows that real effects of the policies of the previous government.“We read today that there is €100 million in property in Donegal in NAMA. Effectively the tax payer is now responsible for the liabilities of these properties. This is a direct result of the reckless cosy relationship between FF and many developers as pointed out in the Reglin Watson Report.“The closure of these AIB branches and the job losses could have been avoided had FF not engaged in the mortgaging of the country,” he said. He added that it’s really time that Fianna Fail put their hands up and accept their role in the economic mess.“In the week that the Government could borrow on the Bond Market again it is important to remind the public that no one would lend this country money two years ago. It’s an improvement and should be welcomed,” he said. Senator Jimmy Harte FIANNA FAIL HAVE TO PUT THEIR HANDS UP OVER AIB CLOSURES – HARTE was last modified: July 27th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Sinn Féin Finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty TD has come out in support of small businesses, tenants and homeowners in his call for the regulation of receivers.The Donegal TD has expressed his frustration that years after he first raised the issue of unregulated practices that no action has been taken.Deputy Doherty says the idea is still being kicked around working groups and draft reports and has called for it to be put on the political agenda in the Dáil’s Autumn session. He said: “The lack of regulation of receivers is an issue that is raised with me on an ongoing basis. Small businesses, tenants and homeowners all find themselves dealing with receivers in difficult circumstances.“Unlike liquidators and examiners there is practically no regulation of this group of people.”Deputy Doherty said he has been in contact with many businesses , tenants and others unhappy with how the receivers appointed have acted.“The allegations range from feeling intimidated by hired agents of the receivers, problems related to the taxation arrangements under receivership and accusations that the receivers are undermining the potential survival of businesses and simply acting in effect as liquidators.” This issue has been ongoing for years, said Mr Doherty, as he called for urgent action:“In January 2016 the then Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald wrote to me after I raised the lack of regulation in the Dáil to say that the Company Law Review Group was looking at the issue.“Now two and a half years later the new Minister has informed me that a Working Group on Receivers is discussing the issue and hope to present a report soon.“To date, NAMA inform me, it has paid out €129m to receivers. Over this period the banks have employed receivers thousands of times- all without regulation.“This issue must be tackled urgently. Receivers must be brought fully under the regulatory system so that homeowners, businesses and tenants can exercise their rights.” Pearse Doherty TD calls for urgent regulation of receivers was last modified: July 18th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bankingFinancePearse Doherty TDreceivers