Slovenia started epidemiologically mapping and looking at each Croatian county individually

first_imgSource: RS Government During the holidays, self-protective behavior, maintaining a safe distance, hand hygiene and, of course, avoiding places with a large concentration of other people – full restaurants, nightclubs – are necessary, say Slovenian governments. The Government of the Republic of Slovenia has started epidemiologically mapping and individually looking at each Croatian county, which is great news for our tourism, because if it were the opposite due to the epidemiological situation, the whole of Croatia would already be on the red list. center_img Thus, according to the epidemiological situation, Istria and Kvarner remained on the green list, while other Adriatic counties were on the yellow list. Other counties that are in the yellow zone or list are only advised to be more careful. So do Slovenian citizens who come from green and yellow regions not subject 14-day quarantine, but more caution is definitely needed. last_img read more

25th annual Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour dates announced

first_imgMANDAN, N.D. – The 25th annual Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour dates and locations have been announced for 2014. IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars will be on the program at all six tracks during the July 6-11 tour in North Dakota and Saskatchewan. Another record pay­out is in the works, with each Modified feature winner earning $1,700 and each Stock Car winner pocketing $800.Modified features are 2014 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying events. Home region points will be awarded in both divisions.Nodak Speedway will host the tour opener on Sunday, July 6. On Monday, July 7, the tour heads north of the border to Estevan Motor Speedway. Williston Basin Speedway will host night three of the tour on Tuesday, July 8.On Wednesday, July 9, the series heads to Southwest Speedway in Dickinson. Dacotah Speed­way in Mandan has the Thursday, July 10 date. The tour wraps up Friday, July 11 at Jamestown Speedway.Minot and Mandan were both on the inaugural tour schedule in 1990.IMCA rules and procedures will be utilized again at each track, with the same payouts and registra­tion fees in place as well. Dale McEwen returns to flag the entire tour.“With new IMCA Modified sanctions in North Dakota, Montana and western Minnesota in 2014, we expect to attract even more cars and fans,” said tour founder and director John Gartner.“Despite multiple requests to expand the tour into neighboring states, officials from the tracks that make up the tour decided to keep the traditional locations with some changing of dates to work around the North Dakota State Fair and Stutsman County Fair,” he added. Gartner will also promote the Jamestown tour event. He can be contacted at 701 202-6075 for more information. Feature winners in both divisions will receive large presentation checks at all six tracks. Title sponsor Kupper Chevrolet of Mandan provides the $2,000 Modified and $1,000 Stock Car point funds to be paid to the top 10 drivers in respective tour point standings.last_img read more