The Manchester, VT based firm of Ramsay Gourd Architects has recently opened a satellite office in Burlington. The new office, located in the Hall Block, at the corner of College & South Winooski Streets provides the firm with the opportunity to expand their service territory to the north, while maintaining a personal connection with their client base.Founded in 1996, Ramsay Gourd Architects is a small practice with a strong portfolio of residential and small-scale commercial and hospitality projects to its credit. “We see the Burlington office as providing us with an opportunity to reach a more diverse client base. While we currently have projects in Boston and New York, it’s great to do work in your backyard.” said Ramsay Gourd. “We are just expanding our backyard.”The Burlington office is being run locally by Patrick King, a three-year employee of RGA, and alumnus of Norwich University’s class of 2006 Master of Architecture Program. A native to Vermont, Patrick comes to the field with a background in construction and a strong understanding building sciences.To learn more about Ramsay Gourd Architects, or to see a sample of their work, log onto www.RGAvt.com(link is external).
CAMARILLO, Calif. – Top drivers in national standings for five IMCA divisions earn product awards again in 2016 from Wilwood Engineering.The Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod national champions all receive front brake rotors from the Camarillo, Calif., manufacturer.The IMCA Late Model national champion receives a set of front and rear wide hubs.Second through fifth place finishers in all five divisions get $100 product certificates. All awards will be given during the national IMCA banquet in November, or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.“As one of the leading sanctioning bodies in the United States, it’s easy to see why Wilwood partners with IMCA,” said Jim “Spike” Logue, race sales engineer at Wilwood. “The IMCA brand has enjoyed continued growth over the years and we look forward to supporting and educating drivers on the best braking solutions for their race car.”This is the sixth season for the Wilwood partnership.“We pride ourselves on partnering with industry leaders in their respective fields and no one specializes in braking solutions better than Wilwood,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder stated. “We’re honored to have them as part of the IMCA support team and look forward to a great season.”Information about the complete line of Wilwood products is available by calling 805 388-1188, on Facebook and at the www.wilwood.com website.
Greensburg, In. — For the second time this year a Decatur County resident has been arrested for threatening law enforcement officers. Terry Cripe, 53, allegedly made threats to police that led to the search and arrest.Cripe is being held in the Decatur County Detention Center.Sheriff David Durant said, “This is what happens when you make threats to Law Enforcement. We will respond swiftly to ensure the safety of the citizens of Decatur County. Simply put, this behavior won’t be tolerated. “A Sandusky man was arrested in March for similar charges.
Defending champions Loughmore-Castleiney and Thurles Sarsfields will fight it out for the Dan Breen Cup at Semple Stadium this afternoon.The two teams are also rivals from the Mid division.Sarsfields Chairman Michael Maher admits it’s a surprise that they’ve never met in the final before. Throw-in at Semple Stadium is at 3:30- our coverage begins at three o’ clock.We’ll also bring you live updates from a number of games today, including the curtain raiser at Semple Stadium.That’s the County Intermediate Hurling Final, whcih will also be contested by Thurles Sarsfields- in this one they face Moyne/Templetuohy, with throw-in at 1:15.Our other updates will come from;The County Junior A Football Final between Inane Rovers and Sean Treacy’s, which throws in at 12;00 in Holycross.At the same time we’ll keep you in touch with the West Senior Football Final; Kickham Park is the venue for that decider between Éire Óg Anacarty/Donohill and Galtee Rovers/St. Pecuan.And at two o’ clock Skeheenarinky face Feohanagh Castlemahon in Cahir, in a Munster Junior Club Hurling Quarter-Final.In today’s other local fixtures;Newport play Portroe in the North Junior B Hurling Final in Templederry, with throw-in at 11:30.At the same time Rockwell Rovers take on Kildangan in a County Intermediate Football Quarter-Final in Templemore. At twelve o’ clock there’s a South U21 A Hurling Group 1 clash between Carrick Swans and St Marys in Monroe.And in Group 2 of the South’s U21 B Hurling Championship it’s Ballybacon Grange versus Grangemockler Davins in Clonmel.Today’s other fixture comes from the North U21 A Hurling Championship, where Toomevara face Kilruane MacDonaghs from 1:00 in Moneygall.