THE RACING LIFE A Fast Little Ride
It's been a few years since I last raced... so I decided to squeeze myself into our son Reile's #76 go-kart at the Red River Kart Club tonight to see if I still have it. You be the judge. (I think I n... Posted on 8/23/11 at 1:06 AM
Asphalt work as part of the city’s annual street maintenance program (Paving District #10-41) will be starting in the southwest part of Jamestown and will be ongoing for the next several weeks, according to the city engineer’s office.
A truck rollover Wednesday afternoon about 1 mile north of Buchanan on U.S. Highway 281 caused no injuries, said Sgt. Josh Rude, North Dakota Highway Patrol.
A Border States Paving strait truck hauling hot asphalt from Jamestown to Carrington at 60 to 65 mph blew its left front tire around 1 p.m., Rude said. The 1995 Kenmore then entered the ditch and went up an embankment toward railroad tracks before tipping over, he said. The truck was totaled, the patrol said.
A Black Hills company is dipping into the recycle bin to make asphalt for roads.
Hills Materials is using old asphalt and other things like roof shingles and ground up tires for what’s called “green” asphalt. It also can be applied at much lower temperatures.
The Jamestown Regional Airport is currently in the process of applying an oil-based seal coat on all asphalt surfaces on the airfield. The first portion of the project was completed Tuesday and the second portion of the project will be completed sometime during the last week of August depending on the weather.
August 20, 2009
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