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Broadcaster Press 7 September 29, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com Park Jefferson Speedway-Iron Cup Results JEFFERSON, S.D. — 106 race cars checked into the pits for Sunday’s J&J Fitting Iron Cup Finale. The Pole Sitter’s for Sunday’s A main were determined by Saturday’s pole dash results. Saturday’s dash winners included Andrew Harris in the Sport Compacts, Dave Riley in the Hobby Stocks, Todd Boulware in the Pederson Machine Sport Mods, Chris Mills in the J&J Fitting Stock Cars, and Mike Hansen in the Sign Masters Modified. The Sport Compact Iron Cup A main saw Ramsey Meyer jump to an early lead, but Drew Johnson would quickly overtake him. Cody Thompson, Tyler Thompson, and Caine Malberg followed Johnson to the front as they jockeyed for the lead on restart after restart. A rough driving penalty would send Tyler Thompson to the rear as he battled for the lead. Johnson held off all of his competitors but would be disqualified in tech inspections. With Johnson’s DQ, Cody Thompson was the winner, followed by Malberg, Andrew Vogt, Kaytee Devries, and Andrew Harris. Pole sitter Dave Riley took early command of the Iron Cup Hobby Stock A Main with his race car spewing smoke. Kevin Bruck would overtake Riley for the race lead on lap 3 as Bruck used the bottom of the speedway to navigate through traffic from his 10th place starting position. Tony Fetterman battled back and forth with Riley for 2nd with Bruck right ahead. With a yellow to bunch the field up, a chaotic restart wadded up the leaders as Riley, Fetterman, and Bruck all spun out while racing for the lead. Riley and Bruck were sent to the rear giving Fetterman the lead on the next restart. Jake McClure would overtake Fetterman on the restart as the whole 24 car field ran sideby-side, bumper-to-bumper for 3 consecutive laps. David Miller would take the lead with Matt Hanson now in 2nd. Miller would pull away from the field to take the Iron Cup victory, while the whole field battled for every position. Rounding out the top 5 included Dustin Gulbrandson, Bruck, McClure, and Mike Hanson. Iron Cup Sport Mod Pole Sitter Todd Boulware rocketed to an early lead in Pederson Machine Sport Mod feature action. Karl Brewer challenged under Boulware early, but Boulware fended him off and inched away from his competitors. Alec VandenBrink and Trent Roth raced side-by-side for many laps for 4th place, but a spin by VandenBrink would end his good run on the wrecker. Kole Nordquist was finessing his car on the bottom as he moved by Brewer for 2nd. As the laps winded down, Nordquist had just gotten to the rear bumper of Boulware as the 20 lap race had ended. Todd Boulware went on to win his 2nd consecutive Iron Cup, with Nordquist, Kaleb Kennedy, Brewer, and Roth rounding out the top 5. J&J Fitting Stock Car action saw Chris Mills, Dustin Larson, and Jim Larson continue a hard battle that started a night earlier in Pole Dash action. Dustin Larson and Jim Larson raced doorto-door in the early stages with Jim Larson eventually clearing Dustin Larson. On a restart, Dustin Larson dived under Jim Larson to take the lead. Mills stalked the Larsons as they raced hard in front of him. Mills went to the bottom of the speedway to pass Jim Larson. Mills would move back to the top as he chased race leader Dustin Larson. Mills would try every line combination possible to get around Dustin Larson, but Dustin Larson didn’t let that happen as he maneuvered around lap traffic flawlessly on the last lap to take the win. Dustin Larson won from his from his 3rd starting spot, followed by Mills, Jim Larson, Jay Goosman, and Joe Smith. Sign Masters Modifieds would end Iron Cup weekend with their 25 lap race. Justin Zeitner took early command from the outside pole and was never challenged for much of the race. Mike Hansen was do or die on the berm in turns one and two as he tried to reel in Zeitner. Hansen would fly over the berm in turn 2 spinning out of control which brought out the caution. With the help of some yellows, Hansen would work his way back to the front as Zeitner still led while Jim Thies and Chris Abelson went back and forth for 2nd. With Zeitner disqualified for being light at the scales, the tight race for 2nd ended up being the race for the win. The final lap saw Thies, Abelson, and Hansen racing 3 wide on the backstretch, with Thies holding steady on the bottom to fend off Abelson and Hansen at the line on the front stretch. With Zeitner’s DQ, Thies won, followed by Abelson, Hansen, Anthony Roth, and RJ Merchant. For complete results, go to www.parkjeff.com. USD Starting Toastmasters Club VERMILLION, S.D. — The University of South Dakota is joining other colleges nationwide and starting a Toastmasters International Club that will be open to all faculty, staff, students and Vermillion residents who want to improve their communication skills. Besides public speaking skills, Toastmasters helps people find the right words during interviews, facilitate meetings and make presentations. A demonstration meeting will be held 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 29, in the Muenster University Center, Room 211. Beverages and cookies will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch. BroadcasterOnline.com “Get Connected!” HELP WANTED Part-Time Sunset Manor Avera is now accepting applications for the following positions to join our excellent team of caring professionals: Certified Nursing Assistant Part-time & Full-time RN/LPN Charge Nurse Full-time day and night positions Housekeeping/ Laundry Part-time position Cook Full-time position to work both day and evening shifts. For application materials contact the Personnel Office at Sunset Manor Irene, S.D. at (605) 263-3318 or apply online at www.avera.org/careers BroadcasterOnline.com “Get Your Clicks!” Positions available: Evenings and weekends. Must have excellent people skills and be detail oriented. Retail experience preferred but not required. Flexible schedule and bene?ts available. Add’l $2.50 per hour for weekend hours. Apply in person at: Menards 3210 Broadway Ave. Yankton, SD 57078 Please Recycle • Lunch Servers • Event Staff • Line Cooks • Hosts The City of Vermillion is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time Utilities Manager. Position open until filled. For more information and application instructions visit Please apply in person. www.vermillion.us/careers or call 605-677-7050. 1607 E. Hwy 50 Yankton, SD 57078 EOE ...is looking for qualified individuals to join their team. Senior Data Center Operator CNA’S WANTED Must be certified. Full-Time/Part-Time shifts available Interested candidates please go online to avera.org and fill out an application or call 605-267-2081 for more information Looking for a TV, Audio, home theater, and home stereo installer. Must have a clean driving record and possess your own tools. Experience with home electronics and audio installation is preferred. We offer full benefits for full-time employees and competitive commission pay with a base salary. Please apply in person at 1201 Broadway, Yankton. Read and Recycle The Senior Operator is responsible for general oversight and support of the operations center. This includes monitoring communications, updating production run sheets, tracking implementations of new processes and reporting monthly billing. The Senior Operator will also attend conversion, de-conversion and merger meetings and instruct the production center operators of new or removed procedures as needed. A self-motivated individual with data processing experience or equivalent knowledge is preferred. High School graduate or equivalent is required. Attention to detail and accuracy and ability to use discretion when dealing with sensitive or confidential data is required. Individual must have knowledge of data processing functions including system utilities, telecommunications, job flow functions and security needs. Position requires the ability multitask while working with minimal supervision. The ability to follow directions and problem solving skills are required. Position requires flexibility to work occasional overtime. Hours may change based on workload. Send resumes to: Site-four LLC, PO Box 356 • Yankton, SD 57078 hr@site-four.com Site-four is an EOE APPLIED ENGINEERING, INC. MULTIPLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE 1201 Broadway Ave. Yankton, SD 57078 605-665-2604 www.karlsonline.com ~ NOW HIRING ~ ~ NOW HIRING ~ MATERIAL HANDLER MATERIAL HANDLER YANKTON METALS • YANKTON, SD Accepting applications online: www.asinc.net Metals 1405 Bill Baggs Road, Yankton Questions please call: 605-665-3535 Or apply on site at: Yankton Equal Opportunity Employer Now Hiring Assemblers First & Second Shifts Apply in Person 2503 FoxRun Parkway Suite #4 Yankton, SD 57078 605-689-2005 Home of Great Ideas since 1934 201 W Cherry St. • Vermillion, SD • Phone: 624-4429 Fax: 624-2696 • BroadcasterOnline.com Manufacturing Engineer: Develops and implements cost-effective manufacturing processes in support of customer requirements and quality standards. Responsibilities include supporting production/quality operations, and project management. This position develops tools, techniques, and systems to drive effective utilization of resources with focus on continuous improvement. Electromechanical Technician: The EM Tech conducts, maintains, tests and repairs electrical/electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems and components. The position applies knowledge of electrical/electronic and mechanical principles in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skills in restoring equipment to operation. The EM Tech provides skilled mechanical and electrical/electronic support to all areas of manufacturing. Quality Technician-In Process Inspector: plays an essential role in our business verifying product conformance to the customers’ dimensional criteria. This position also interacts with our internal customers to provide guidance on external customers’ requirements. This individual is a proven performer with high attention to detail and possesses strong organizational skills while taking direction from several different functions. CNC Loader Level II: part of the manufacturing team and will assist with the loading and unloading of CNC machines. The position requires an individual to efficiently load material and keep their responsible machines running at all times with the ability to understand basic quality measuring devices and blueprints. This individual will also be expected to have good communication skills and work as an integral part in a team environment. Drill and Deburr: part of the finishing team and will deburr customer products using a wide array of procedures and tooling. This individual must have the ability to deburr simple to complex components, follow work instructions, understand basic prints, and use measuring devices. For more information on the position or to receive an electronic application, e-mail Bridget Benson; Bridget.Benson@appliedeng.com. No phone calls, please. Applied offers competitive wages and benefits including: Flexible Hours, Holiday Pay, Medical, Dental, Sick Leave, Vacation, STD, LTD, Vision, 401(k) with match, Bonus Program Applications are being taken at the following locations: •Applied Engineering, Inc, 2008 East Hwy 50, Yankton, SD 57078 •Yankton Career Center, 3113 Spruce St., Yankton, SD 57078 Post-offer drug screen and background checks are required Applied Engineering is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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