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Here’s the first announced challenger to Fresno County Supervisor Buddy Mendes

José Ramírez – who was 28 years old when he became city manager of Orange Cove and later took that role in Firebaugh and Livingston – has his eyes set on writing history: Becoming the first Latino living outside the City of Fresno to serve on the Fresno County Board of Supervisors.To do that, he must defeat two-term incumbent Buddy Mendes in District 4, whose map remains little changed since Ramírez grew up in a since-eliminated labor camp near Raisin City and attended Washington Union High School....

José Ramírez – who was 28 years old when he became city manager of Orange Cove and later took that role in Firebaugh and Livingston – has his eyes set on writing history: Becoming the first Latino living outside the City of Fresno to serve on the Fresno County Board of Supervisors.

To do that, he must defeat two-term incumbent Buddy Mendes in District 4, whose map remains little changed since Ramírez grew up in a since-eliminated labor camp near Raisin City and attended Washington Union High School.

Ramírez, 50, announced his candidacy Thursday morning in front of the Fresno County Hall of Records, which houses the board. Among those expressing their support for Ramírez were former Assemblymember Juan Arámbula, who also served on the board.

“I’m a practical and effective leader who knows how to get things done,” said Ramírez at his kickoff event. “It’s about bringing new voices to the board. It’s about putting people over politics,” he said.

Mendes, a farmer in the Riverdale area, defeated Fowler City Councilmember Daniel Parra in 2014, and ran unopposed in 2018. Parra has expressed interest in running again.

Ramírez, who has filed a lawsuit against the Livingston City Council after it fired him last July in a move criticized by residents and county elected officials, lives in Selma. He lived in Fresno and commuted to Livingston for seven of the eight years he served the Merced County city.

“I’ve been a champion for the Valley,” said Ramírez in a Wednesday evening interview. He decided to run for supervisor after listening to community leaders. “I can make a difference here.”

Ramírez – whose endorsements include former Lt. Gov. Cruz M. Bustamante and former Los Ángeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa – expects to raise $500,000 for a winning campaign.

“I understand and know the needs of the county and the region,” said Ramírez, who has a bachelor’s degree in construction management and a master’s degree in public administration from Fresno State.

“I’m running because I know how to get people resources; because I know that there’s a lot more state and federal resources that we can actually bring to our county,” said Ramírez, a father of six children ages 13 to 23.

Ramírez said he is very familiar with the district and its needs. District 4 is largely rural but includes nine of the county’s 15 cities. Driving from Coalinga on the west side of the district to Orange Cove on the east side can take more than 1½ hours.

The district is 74% Latino, but only 62% are voting-age citizens. In the November 2020 election, Latinos accounted for an estimated 57% of voters.

If Ramírez wins, Fresno County, with a 53.6% Latino population, would have two Latinos on the board of supervisors at the same time for the first time. (Supervisor Sal Quintero’s term is through 2025).

Ramírez, who has been active with the Fresno Latino Rotary Club, founded Community Development Inc. in 2015. The company handles project development, affordable housing and consulting.

He worked for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation before he went into public administration.

“Public service is in my DNA,” said Ramírez, who developed an interest in city government as a college intern for Clovis when he was encouraged by city manager Kathy Millison to go into public administration.

“I found out it’s about getting people the resources they need,” he said. “I consider myself a social entrepreneur, helping people and helping people help themselves.”

Arámbula, at Thursday’s press conference, praised Ramírez’s background.

“Ramírez knows how to get things done. He doesn’t yell at people. He listens and he works with everyone to make things better,” said Arámbula. “He brings a successful career as a city manager, a private businessman, a philanthropist, and a civic leader to the board of supervisors.”

Esta historia fue publicada originalmente el 27 de enero de 2022 1:06 pm.

Ottawa prepares for possible flooding, but risk currently low

No flooding currently forecast, but spring thaw could change thatAs the snow melts, water levels in the two largest rivers running through Ottawa are set to rise, but the city is keeping an eye on how much and how fast to ensure it's prepared for the possibility of large-scale flooding.Some likely won't forget how the swollen Ottawa and Rideau rivers breached their banks twice in a three-year period i...

No flooding currently forecast, but spring thaw could change that

As the snow melts, water levels in the two largest rivers running through Ottawa are set to rise, but the city is keeping an eye on how much and how fast to ensure it's prepared for the possibility of large-scale flooding.

Some likely won't forget how the swollen Ottawa and Rideau rivers breached their banks twice in a three-year period in 2017 and 2019, forcing many residents to protect their homes and the city to ask for military assistance.

As of now, there is no flooding in the forecast, but that could change as snowpacks in the rivers' drainage basin continue to melt, according to a memo to council from the city's departments of public works and emergency and protective services.

The Public Works Spring Freshet Taskforce — created after the 2017 flood — is monitoring water levels "which are currently normal or close to normal" along the Ottawa River, the memo said.

Jim Lethbridge, with Ottawa's Public Works Department and this year's Freshet Incident Commander, said there are no concerns of a large freshet event at this time.

The freshet — the rise in water level caused by a spring thaw — most often depends on the snowpack, ground saturation, and rainfall conditions.

"Without making any promises around what the future might hold, early indicators are good," Lethbridge said.

He also said the city's response to flooding has improved every year since the task force was struck.

He added residents should educate themselves using the City of Ottawa website, so they can check flood risks in their area, and access resources to prepare.

Regional conservation authorities also monitoring conditions

Several conservation authorities — including Rideau Valley, South Nation, and Raisin Region — say the risk is low so far this season.

Brian Stratton of the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority said this has been an average year in terms of the amount of snowfall, but with temperatures rising above zero this week and expected to stay there, there is a risk of rapid melting, which could cause minor flooding in low-lying areas.

"What that means is there is a potential for flooding," explained Halya Petzold of the Raisin Region Conservation Authority. "It doesn't necessarily mean that flooding will occur, but just to give people an advance heads up that they might want to prepare for some spring flood conditions."

She added it's important residents are able to distinguish the different messages from authorities.

For example, Petzold said, a watershed safety statement means there is no expected flooding, but there may be safety concerns if water levels change rapidly. Meanwhile, a flood outlook statement is an early notice of potential flooding, a flood watch means conditions are prime and there is a real possibility of flooding, and a flood warning means the event is immanent or occurring.

Sand bag filling stations open

The city says the taskforce is working to mitigate any potential flooding by working with outside organizations to continue ice breaking operations along the Rideau River.

It's also working to protect critical infrastructure, such as the city's water treatment plants, and planning to deploy assistance to communities when needed.

The city has opened a number of sand bag filling stations for residents experiencing spring flooding. The list, as of Wednesday, included:

With files from Spencer Van Dyk

City gets ready to celebrate Earth Week

This year’s Earth Week — which will culminate with the City of Cornwall’s 2nd annual Eco Day — will be bigger than ever!Scheduled to take place from April 18-23 throughout the City, Earth Week will feature several free, informative and exciting activities to raise awareness to current environmental issues and will peak with Eco Day celebrations.“The state of the environment — and the challenges it faces —is a very important issue for the City and council,” said Cornwall Mayor Glen...

This year’s Earth Week — which will culminate with the City of Cornwall’s 2nd annual Eco Day — will be bigger than ever!

Scheduled to take place from April 18-23 throughout the City, Earth Week will feature several free, informative and exciting activities to raise awareness to current environmental issues and will peak with Eco Day celebrations.

“The state of the environment — and the challenges it faces —is a very important issue for the City and council,” said Cornwall Mayor Glen Grant. “That’s why we are spearheading several different initiatives to better our environmental footprint. These include planting more trees and introducing new innovative processes to our landfill and wastewater plant. I’m very happy to see Earth Week being celebrated in Cornwall. Education is key in addressing the environmental issues we face.”

Earth Week all starts with the launch of the annual Gives A Shirt campaign, which aims to reroute textile waste away from the City’s landfill and into non-profit organizations. From April 18-21, residents will be invited to collect gently used clothing, shoes or linen and put them in a bag with a “give a shirt” sign on it.

The bag should then be put out during their regular collection day, a few feet away from their garbage or recycling. Residents can also get rid of torn, stained or not reusable clothes — simply bag them and attach a “clothes for recycling” sign on it.

“We’re thrilled to offer our second ever Cornwall Gives a Shirt – Spring Edition,” said Waste Management Supervisor Dave Kuhn. “Adding a Spring collection on top of out already popular Fall collection not only allows residents to divert even more textile waste from the Landfill site, but it also makes it easier to donate seasonal items that could be used during the appropriate months.”

For the Spring collection, the City recommends donating summer and spring items which will prevent our partners like New for You (Agape), Salvation Army and Serendipity Boutique from holding onto fall or winter clothing.

“Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to donate those items in the Fall during our 7th Annual Cornwall Gives a Shirt Fall collection,” said Kuhn. “Last year our residents diverted a whopping total of 19.35 tonnes (19,350Kgs) from our landfill site, which only has about 10 years of capacity remaining.”

“We think we can collect even more in 2022!”

Wednesday, April 20 will see the screening of David Attenborough’s documentary film A life on our Planet at the Cornwall Public Library at 6:00 pm. Presented by the City of Cornwall in partnership with the Cornwall Public Library, the documentary will be followed by a moderated discussion and Q&A with panelists. To register, please visit: https://www.library.cornwall.on.ca/event/city-cornwalls-earth-weekcelebrations

The next day, on April 21, the library will once more be home to another event — Climate 101: how we got here, where we stand now, and what to do about it (yes, there is still time), a live presentation for youth and adults at 4:00 pm by Dr. Heather Short, a climate science educator. To register for the event, please visit https://www.library.cornwall.on.ca/event/dr-heather-short-presentation.

On Earth Day, April 22, City of Cornwall staff will be participating in clean-ups to remove litter across the City from noon until 1pm., Local residents are also invited to participate. Plan on doing your own cleanup on Earth Day? Make sure to send us your photos at fracine@cornwall.ca

Earth Week will culminate with the 2nd Annual Eco Day. From 10 am to 2 pm, residents are invited to Lamoureux Park, where several all-ages activities and information booths will be taking place. These include a landfill diversion challenge as well as other educational activities.

The St. Lawrence River Institute, Cornwall’s Youth for Climate Action Working Group, Transition Cornwall+, SDG Butterflyway Project, and Cornwall Transit are some of the organizations participating in Eco Day at Lamoureux Park. Raisin Region Conservation Authority will be hosting their annual tree giveaway and the City will be accepting drop-offs for Give A Shirt as well as the following recyclables: batteries, eye glasses, light bulbs, printer ink,small electronics (nothing bigger than a bread box please).

For more information, and for a schedule of activities go to https://www.cornwall.ca/en/livehere/earth-week.aspx

Earth Month Fast-Food Specials, April Fools’ Funnies, and More Vegan News of the Week

It seems that every week in vegan food news is more exciting than the last and this week is no exception. For Earth Month, vegan fast-food chains Veggie Grill and Next Level Burger are celebrating with new menu items and promotions. An Everything Bagel-seasoned vegan chocolate just launched for all your 4/20 needs. And this year’s April Fools’ jokes—brought to you by vegan faves such as Tofurky—were funnier than ever. Read on for more.1Earth Month arrives at Veggie GrillEating traditio...

It seems that every week in vegan food news is more exciting than the last and this week is no exception. For Earth Month, vegan fast-food chains Veggie Grill and Next Level Burger are celebrating with new menu items and promotions. An Everything Bagel-seasoned vegan chocolate just launched for all your 4/20 needs. And this year’s April Fools’ jokes—brought to you by vegan faves such as Tofurky—were funnier than ever. Read on for more.

1Earth Month arrives at Veggie Grill

Eating traditional fast food—with all of its environmentally damaging beef and dairy—is not a good way to honor the planet. However, when that fast-food is vegan, it’s a whole different story. And vegan fast-food chain Veggie Grill is celebrating Earth Month with several new initiatives.

Veggie Grill

First, the chain—along with its Stand-Up Burgers and Más Veggies brands—is helping plant-based newbies expand their horizons on VG Rookie Day (April 25). That day, any customer who brings a vegan first-timer to any Veggie Grill-operated business will get a BOGO meal. What does Veggie Grill serve? Think shareable apps such as Buffalo wings and big salads topped with vegan chicken, along with classic burgers with all the fixin’s, sides, and desserts. Its sister brands also offer a wide selection of newbie-friendly meals from burgers to tacos. All of the things that help keep rookie vegans on track.

Veggie Grill is also helping the planet with its VG Classic Burger, which is made with a Beyond Meat burger, American cheese, special sauce, lettuce, tomato, and onion, served on a vegan brioche bun. Throughout the month of April, Veggie Grill will donate a portion of proceeds from the VG Classic Burger to Grades of Green, an organization that gives young people tools and resources to build a greener future.

2Spicy spring menu at Next Level Burger

Earth Month celebrations continue at fast-food chain Next Level Burger (NLB) where spring is all about spice. The chain is adding 16 new options, including burgers, brats, and chicken sandwiches, many of which come with a kick of heat.

Notable spicy items include the Fire Chik’n Burger (slathered with house-made Next Level ghost sauce); Ghost Pepper Popper Burger (which features a spicy ghost pepper ranch); and Spicy Kraut Brat (which gets its heat from pickled jalapeño and spicy brown mustard).

Next Level Burger

The menu also features a new Good Catch Crispy Fish Burger made with a Good Catch fish patty, lemon-herb hayo, lettuce, tomato, and American cheese. Not only does this vegan fish burger save the ocean by replacing fish with a vegan alternative but from now until April 30, 10 percent of its proceeds will benefit non-profit environmental organization Ocean Blue Project.

Owned by vegan couple Matt and Cierra de Gruyter, NLB has been serving up Earth-friendly fast-food since its first location opened in Oregon in 2014. The chain has since expanded to locations inside Whole Food Markets in California, Washington, Texas, New York, and Colorado with plans to open 1,000 locations from coast to coast.

3Everything Bagel seasoning on a chocolate bar?

On April 20, Earth Month celebrations turn to praising one particular plant and a collaboration between two Los Angeles area businesses is taking this year’s snacking to a whole new level. Cleverly-named bagel chain Yeastie Boys and elevated edibles brand Kiva Confections have combined their talents to create this year’s Munchies Bar—a chocolate bar Kiva launches in small batches every year.

Kiva Confections

This year, the cold water hash-infused dark chocolate bar gets a generous sprinkle of Yeastie Boys’ signature Everything Bagel salty seasoning. That means that the underside of this slightly sweet chocolate bar is pressed with sesame and poppy seeds, garlic, onion and salt for a satisfying sweet and salty (… and garlicky) snack.

The Everything Bagel Seasoning Munchies Bars—which contain a total of 100mg of THC each—are available for $20 a pop at select dispensaries across California while supplies last.

4Funny vegan April Fools’ jokes

April Fools’ is that divisive holiday when everyone’s lie-detecting skills are on high alert and this year, vegan brands brought some great jokes.

Chickpea pasta brand Banza teased its “Just the Sauce” packets of mac and cheese sauce, one of which was made in a plant-based variety. The joke here is that Banza pretended to make a real product related to customer feedback on Banza’s (actual) new mac and cheese meals. Turns out its customers want just the sauce to use on other things and Banza’s April 1 suggestions include granola, apples, and just a spoon.

The Tofurky Company

Other brands got in on the foolery, too. Tofurky is apparently bottling meaty scents that have run off from their steam ovens in three delectable “pure ‘furkin’ seltzer flavors: Slammin’ Smokehouse, Poppin’ Pepper, and Grateful Gravy. Vegan chain HipCityVeg is offering a (totally fake but maybe delicious?) Sweet Potato Fries Shake served with a squeeze of raspberry ketchup. And raisin brand Sun-Maid launched “grape jerky” which is made by drying grapes in the good ol’ sun—and if this “jerky” sounds a lot like regular raisins, that’s because it is.

Over in Europe, German brand GREENFORCE—which counts vegan strongman Patrik Baboumian as an ambassador—took fans back to the 1600s with the “launch” of its Dodo Burgers, real vegan burgers made to taste exactly like extinct dodo birds … and the joke came with a powerful message.

“Not since 1681 has the world seen dodos. It’s a tragedy in many ways and an example of human-induced extinction,” Baboumian said in a statement. “Who knows… if tasty plant-based meat had been available back then, perhaps we would still have Dodos today. We have to find a way to make sure this type of thing doesn’t happen again and offer people alternatives to eating animals.”

Also, did you know that Starbucks finally dropped its vegan milk surcharge? But here’s the catch: it only applies to its new CauliMilk, a vegan milk made from luscious, indulgent, and slightly sulfuric cauliflower.

For the latest vegan news, read: ‘Star Trek’ Universe Gets Its First Vegan Captain Kirk in Paul WesleyThe Jonas Brothers Bring Their Favorite Vegan Snack to WalmartFirst Vegan Food Options Arrive at Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Florida

Shamrock Classic Closes in on 40 Entries: Team Boat, Cummins Enter

Du Quoin, Illinois (March 2, 2022)………The number of entries has closed in on 40 cars and drivers as three CB Industries cars and a perennial USAC Sprint Car and Midget winner have each filed their entries for the sixth running of the Shamrock Classic presented by Dooling Machine Products indoors at Du Quoin’s Southern Illinois Center on March 11-12.Thus far, 39 midgets are entered for the Shamrock Classic, both races which are considered non-points special events for the USAC Midgets, meaning zero points will...

Du Quoin, Illinois (March 2, 2022)………The number of entries has closed in on 40 cars and drivers as three CB Industries cars and a perennial USAC Sprint Car and Midget winner have each filed their entries for the sixth running of the Shamrock Classic presented by Dooling Machine Products indoors at Du Quoin’s Southern Illinois Center on March 11-12.

Thus far, 39 midgets are entered for the Shamrock Classic, both races which are considered non-points special events for the USAC Midgets, meaning zero points will be awarded toward the national championship as the field vies for the pot of gold trophy and the big check at the end of two nights work.

Less than a week remains for competitors to file their entries for the event that features back-to-back nights of USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget racing with two complete programs across two nights with a 40-lap, $2,000-to-win midget feature on Friday night and culminating with Saturday’s $10,000-to-win, 50-lap A-Main for the midgets!

For midget competitors, filing an entry is FREE courtesy of Dooling Machine. Enter coupon code DoolingMachine to receive your discount. The cutoff for pre-entries is Monday, March 7 at midnight. Both Midget and Micro competitors can enter the event online at https://usacracing.ticketspice.com/2022-shamrock-entry.

CB Industries, the 2020 USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Entrant champion, will bring a trio of cars to the event for talented series Rookies Mitchel Moles (Raisin City, Calif.), Jace Park (Overland Park, Kan.) and Dominic Gorden (Clovis, Calif.). The team is owned by Chad Boat, a four-time starter as a driver in the Shamrock Classic.

They’ll be joined by a pair of Glenn Styres Racing machines for Kyle Cummins and the man himself, Glenn Styres. Cummins (Princeton, Ind.) owns a single USAC Midget win at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Ind. during Indiana Midget Week in 2021. Canadian Styres (Ohsweken, Ont.) will aim to make his first Shamrock Classic start.

Also among the latest entries are 2017 Chili Bowl prelim feature winner Travis Berryhill (American Canyon, Calif.), plus Shamrock Classic returnees Chris Andrews (Tulsa, Okla.) and Brayton Lynch (Springfield, Ill.) as well as USAC Midwest Thunder SpeeD2 Midget winner Will Armitage (Athens, Ill.), Brad Wyatt (Kearney, Mo.) and Cam Horton (High Ridge, Mo.).

Among those previously entered are a pair of past Southern Illinois Center midget winners in RMS Racing entries. Justin Grant (Ione, Calif.), the 2020 USAC Silver Crown champion, won the Shamrock Classic in March of 2017. Teammate Thomas Meseraull (San Jose, Calif.) is a 2018 midget winner at the 1/6-mile dirt oval, picking up RMS Racing’s first victory.

Four-time USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Champion Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, Okla.) is entered in the TKH Motorsports No. 21H while USAC Triple Crown titlist Jerry Coons Jr. (Tucson, Ariz.) will strap in the No. 2MD for Marc Dailey Racing. Coons is the 2006-07 USAC National Midget champion.

Entered in a Dave Mac-Dalby Motorsports machine is Cannon McIntosh (Bixby, Okla.) who scored a Shamrock Classic victory in 2019, which was his first career USAC National Midget victory. Daniel Robinson (Ewing, Ill.) will drive a familiar No. 57, but this time, it’s for RAB Racing. Robinson tallied a USAC Midwest Regional Midget triumph at SIC in September of 2021.

Two-time Indiana Midget Week champ Shane Cottle (Kansas, Ill.) will pilot a Hodges Automotive entry in the Shamrock Classic, with whom he’s competed for in the USAC National Sprint Car ranks over the past couple of seasons. He’s joined by three-time POWRi Midget champ Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Ill. in a car owned by Harris Racing.

Three-time and defending Badger Midget king Chase McDermand (Springfield, Ill.) will be in one of two Mounce-Stout Motorsports entries alongside teammate Jacob Denney (Galloway, Ohio), a two-time and defending USAC Midwest Thunder SpeeD2 Midget titlist. Bryan Stanfill (Bakersfield, Calif.), one of 14 drivers to win a USAC-sanctioned feature in four different decades, is back in the saddle of the Griffiths Motorsports No. 75AU along with many more.

Past Shamrock Classic midget winners include Shane Golobic (2016), Justin Grant (2017), Logan Seavey (2018), Cannon McIntosh (2019) and Tanner Thorson (2020). The event was not held in 2021.

On Friday, March 11, the building opens at Noon Central time with the stands opening at 4pm, drivers meeting at 5pm, with cars on track at 5:30.

On Saturday, March 12, the building opens at 8am Central time with the stands opening at 11pm. The micro sprint drivers meeting will take place Noon, with micros on track for hot laps and heat races at 12:30. The midget drivers meeting starts at 3pm, followed by hot laps and racing at 4pm.

Shamrock Classic tickets are on sale now at ShamrockClassicDuQuoin.com. Tickets and pit passes will also be available at the door both days.

SHAMROCK CLASSIC MIDGET ENTRY LIST: (39 entries as of March 2, 2022)

0 CAM HORTON/High Ridge, MO (Team Zero)

0G GLENN STYRES/Ohsweken, ON (Glenn Styres Racing)

06 RYLAN GRAY/Greenfield, IN (Gray Racing)

08 CANNON McINTOSH/Bixby, OK (Dave Mac-Dalby Motorsports)

1H BRAD WYATT/Kearney, MO (Rick Horn)

1K BRAYTON LYNCH/Springfield, IL (RMS-Rusty Kunz Racing)

2J JUSTIN GRANT/Ione, CA (RMS Racing)

2MD JERRY COONS JR./Tucson, AZ (Marc Dailey Racing)

3G KYLE CUMMINS/Princeton, IN (Glenn Styres Racing)

3N JAKE NEUMAN/New Berlin, IL (Jim Neuman)

7x THOMAS MESERAULL/San Jose, CA (RMS Racing)

10c DALTON CAMFIELD/Decatur, IL (David Camfield)

11L LOGAN ANDERSON/Vincennes, IN (Martin Motorsports)

11m KENDALL RUBLE/Vincennes, IN (Martin Motorsports)

15 R.J. CORSON/Markham, IL (Corson Racing)

16c DAVE CAMFIELD/Decatur, IL (David Camfield)

17c DEVIN CAMFIELD/Decatur, IL (David Camfield)

21H BRADY BACON/Broken Arrow, OK (TKH Motorsports)

36 CHRIS BAUE/Indianapolis, IN (Baue Racing)

40 CHASE McDERMAND/Springfield, IL (Mounce-Stout Motorsports)

51 ZACH BODEN/Cambridge, WI (Dohner Racing)

51B JOE B. MILLER/Millersville, MO (Chris Lewis)

51R THOMAS HARRIS/Havana, IL (Johnson Farms Racing)

53 SEAN ROBBINS/Collinsville, IL (Robbins Racing)

56 MATT VEATCH/McLeansboro, IL (Mark Chisholm)

56x MARK CHISHOLM/Cheyenne, WY (Mark Chisholm)

57 DANIEL ROBINSON/Ewing, IL (RAB Racing)

57A WILL ARMITAGE/Athens, IL (RAB Racing)

61m JACOB DENNEY/Galloway, OH (Mounce-Stout Motorsports)

75AU BRYAN STANFILL/Bakersfield, CA (Griffiths Motorsports)

77s TRAVIS BERRYHILL/American Canyon, CA (Tyler Sturgeon Racing)

81 ANTON HERNANDEZ/Arlington, TX (Gray Racing)

83 DOMINIC GORDEN/Clovis, CA (CB Industries)

86 SHANE COTTLE/Kansas, IL (Hodges Automotive)

87 JACE PARK/Overland Park, KS (CB Industries)

88 TERRY BABB/Decatur, IL (Terry Babb Racing)

89 MITCHEL MOLES/Raisin City, CA (CB Industries)

91 ZACH DAUM/Pocahontas, IL (Harris Racing)

95 CHRIS ANDREWS/Tulsa, OK (Jim & Theresa Miller)

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