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Based in Memphis, Tenn. Jude Children's Research Hospital is internationally recognized for its pioneering work in finding cures and saving children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. Might Bruton Smith be in the market for another track? There are rumblings that Smith, chairman of Speedway Motorsports, will purchase an existing racetrack to get the Winston Cup date for one of his current tracks, likely Las Vegas.
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This first official move of the Winston Cup Series' "realignment " was announced Friday. The inaugural Pop Secret is scheduled to begin at 8: California Speedway is touting it as the first Sunday night prime time Winston Cup event. InNorth Carolina Speedway, a 60,seat oval in Rockingham, NC will lose its second date on the schedule, in the fall. This season Rockingham's spring race was held Feb.
The Southern at Darlington Raceway, a 60,seat oval, will replace Rockingham's fall date. The Southern has been held on Labor Day weekend for 53 years at Darlington, the 1.
Darlington maintains its spring event, held annually in March since Rockingham [North Carolina Speedway] will be cut down to one race inwhich currently is run in the last weekend in February. Winston Salem Journal No Winner from the pole.
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The pole winner hasn't won the Cup race at Rockingham in the last 17 races, dating to Jeff Gordon in the spring of Daily PressSunday's pole sitter, Dave Blaney finished 10th. Reynolds' year tenure in the sport. He will drive a specially painted No.
Following the tribute, he will head to the booth to call the race with TNT play-by-play announcer Allen Bestwick and analyst Wally Dallenbach.
The "Victory Lap" tribute recognizes drivers who captured a championship during R.
Reynolds' sponsorship tenure at designated tracks. Parsons was the Winston Cup Champion and will drive a replica of the car he drove that year.
In addition, Parsons has invited his pit crew to join him in Sunday's festivities. NASCAR officials impounded the car after it failed a pre-event inspection when the rear end was found to be offset beyond the rules. Series officials studied the car for several weeks before returning it.
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Cougar Bytes for Thursday, May 18, 2017
Casey's audience was composed primarily of Emma Belcher's BIO Environmental Science students who embraced the opportunity to explore ways the sciences and humanities intersect. Casey discussed the Neuse River and the cultural and oral histories of "Core Sound" North Carolinians who feel their environment and way of life are threatened.
The third speaker provided from a North Carolina Humanities Council grant, Casey follows a professional historian and an archaeologist's visit over the last year.
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In the academic year, the University Transfer program will welcome two other Road Scholars. Bianka wishes to thank all the staff and faculty who have been supportive and flexible to ensure students have these memorable experiences in In this episode, R. For some students, this was their first opportunity to attend a performance of a live play! The play is narrated from the perspective of a year-old boy with autism.
While he is exceptionally intelligent, he is ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. By attending this play, students were exposed not only to an exciting cultural activity, but also what it is like living with an intellectual difference.
If you know of a student who could benefit from our program's services, please refer them by e-mailing sss cccc. Our students got a chance to meet with the Student Support Services staff to see all the academic support they would have when they completed their degree and transferred.
After an admissions presentation, our students toured the campus with their own Aggie Ambassador and felt Aggie Pride throughout the campus.