HAMRICK TOWING EXPANDING AND HAS SEVERAL JOB OPENINGS

first_imgHAMRICK TOWING EXPANDING AND HAS SEVERAL JOB OPENINGSHamrick Towing is expanding and has immediate openings for several positions.According to the firms President John Hamrick said “there are several full-time positions that he needs to fill right away.Mr. Hamrick also stated that these positions offer paid vacations and holidays. Performance bonuses are offered to those who excel in the workplace.  Also, the hourly pay is very competitive. An Equal Opportunity employer.The Following List Of Full-Time Positions Are Posted Below:1) Five (5) Tow Truck drivers2) Paint and Bodyman3) Welder4) Dispatcher5)  Diesel MechanicFinally, Mr. Hamrick said; “that the workplace environment is employee-friendly with a downhome attitude.”Interested applicants need to immediately apply in person at Hamrick Towing located at 1277 Maxwell Avenue from thee hours 10;00 to noon Monday through Friday. No phone calls, please. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Les Claypool Plays On Crazy New Track From Experimental Hip-Hop Group Death Grips [Listen]

first_imgFile this under unexpected collaborations: Primus bassist Les Claypool lent his skills to the experimental hip-hop stylings of Death Grips for a brand new track. Titled “More Than A Fairy,” the new track features Claypool’s familiar sound with some seriously banging beats and rapping.Listen to the bizarre collaboration below.The song comes as a surprise to many, as Death Grips just released a new studio album and Claypool is gearing up for a major album release and tour of his own, with The Claypool Lennon Delirium. You should really listen to that new album, too.last_img

Man U hint at Ighalo’s permanent deal

first_imgRelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Son fires four past Southampton EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suggested Manchester United would be open to making Odion Ighalo’s loan a permanent deal. Ighalo, 30, scored his fourth goal in eight United appearances in a 5-0 dismantling of LASK Linz in their Europa League round of 16 first leg. Ighalo has so far started four times for United and scored in all but one of them and he has already tallied as many goals as Radamel Falcao did in 2014-15. The Nigeria international is on loan at United from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua until the end of the season and Ighalo has offered not just goals but rotation, with United able to rest centre forward Anthony Martial, while Marcus Rashford recovers from a double stress fracture to the back. Martial missed the LASK tie with a shin injury sustained in the Manchester derby and Ighalo could be in line for his first Premier League start for United at Tottenham Hotspur – provided the game goes ahead. “Odion has done really well since he came in and he’s enjoying himself,” Solskjaer said. “And he will improve and get better but he has qualities we saw in him and we needed and we will still need those qualities for next season, so let’s see what we will do. “He’s a goalscorer and a striker, he doesn’t worry too much about all that nonsense; build-up play – that’s a joke, obviously. He knows his job and what his role in the team is, and he’s very good with his back to goal, great link player, but maybe the best thing about him is his personality, so he’s got the whole lot really. “He had three touches before his fourth was the finish. All them touches were high quality but he had to make them to create space for himself. But the strike is on the half-volley, great timing, no one would have saved that one so anyone would have been proud of that finish.” Ighalo scored United’s first on a night Daniel James ended his six-and-a-half month goal drought before Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood, and Andreas Pereira chipped in with late goals. Solskjaer was ‘proud’ of United’s performance. “The boys were fantastic, they deserve a lot of credit and praise for the way they went about the job,” Solskjaer added. “There was loads of quality in our finishing, some fantastic goals and some football we should be proud of.”Tags: ANthony MartialEuropa LeagueLASK LinzManchester UnitedMarcus RashfordOdion IghaloOle Gunnar SolskjaerPremier Shanghai ShenhuaRadamel FalcaoTottenham Hotspurlast_img read more

Mother shot and killed while teaching son how to drive

first_imgOfficials in Wisconsin say a mother was shot and killed by another driver while she was teaching her teenage son how to drive.The incident was reported, last Friday in the afternoon.Authorities say Tracey Smith was the passenger in the vehicle teaching her son how to drive as they made their way to a Milwaukee clothing store.During the drive, the teen prepared to turn left from the left lane when a man in a gold van cut in front of their car from the wrong lane and caused the teen to collide with the driver’s side of the van.Smith then reportedly got out of the car to check the damage and began yelling at the driver, according to her son.The driver of the van the yelled “B****, I’ll kill you,”  before pulling out a gun and shooting Smith.The suspect then made a U-turn and fled the scene. Witnesses then helped Smith into her vehicle and her son drove her to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead.The Milwaukee police was able to track down the suspect after find his license plate on video. The teen then identified the suspect,  Matthew Lee Wilks.Wilks has since been taken into custody and charged with first-degree intentional homicide and possession of a firearm by a felon.last_img read more

England beat Costa Rica

first_imgLondon, June 8: England concluded their World Cup preparations in impressive fashion by comfortably beating Costa Rica 2-0 at the Elland Road stadium here.Manager Gareth Southgate made 10 changes from Saturday’s win against Nigeria at Wembley — and was rewarded with some fine individual displays and a commanding team performance in their final friendly on Thursday before they depart for Russia.Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was the standout performer, pressing his World Cup claims with an outstanding first-half strike to put England ahead and threatening throughout. IANSlast_img

Seven England youngsters head to German championships

first_img25 May 2016 Seven England youngsters head to German championships Seven up-and-coming young players will represent England in the German boys’ and girls’ international championship at St Leon-Rot from 3-5 June. They are Toby Briggs and Amelia Williamson of Norfolk, Louisa Brunt and Oliver Clarke of Lancashire; Sammy Fuller of Surrey; Matty Lamb of Northumberland; and Dan O’Loughlin of Nottinghamshire. The stroke play championship is played over 54 holes and there will be a Nations Cup event played alongside the first two rounds. The England teams are: Briggs, Clarke and Lamb in the boys’ championship; Brunt, Fuller and Williamson in the girls. The players: Toby Briggs, 15, (Dunston Hall) is a boy international who was third in this year’s McEvoy Trophy and sixth in the Fairhaven Trophies. Last year he tied for the McGregor Trophy, only to lose in a play-off. Louisa Brunt, 17, (Royal Birkdale) is a consistent performer who has had top 25 finishes in two women’s events this season, the Irish and Welsh open stroke play championships. Oliver Clarke, 17, (Hillside) was fifth in the Fairhaven Trophies and eighth in the recent Hampshire Salver. Last year he won the U17 trophy at the Irish boys’ amateur and was third overall; he also tied third at the Canadian International Junior Challenge. Sammy Fuller, 16, (Roehampton) helped England win both the girls’ and women’s 2015 Home Internationals. She was 12th in last year’s British women’s stroke play and tied for the Irish U18 stroke play championship. Matty Lamb, 18, (Hexham) tied fourth in the McEvoy Trophy, repeating his result of 2015. During last season he secured a string of top 10 results and represented England in the Boys’ Home Internationals. (Image © Leaderboard Photography) Dan O’Loughlin, 17, (Ruddington Grange) was fourth in the Fairhaven Trophies and tied ninth in the Peter McEvoy Trophy. He represented England in last year’s Thunderbird international in the USA. Amelia Williamson, 15, (Royal Cromer) was runner-up in the Fairhaven Trophies,  shared third place in the Scottish U18 girls’ championship and was sixth in the U16 spring championship at Hawkstone Park.last_img read more