Day: February 20, 2021

Modine Manufacturing expands Lawrence County plant with 45 new jobs

The Modine Manufacturing Company has announced plans to expand its operation in southern Middle Tennessee, bringing 45 new jobs to its manufacturing facility in Lawrence County.

A $1.2 million investment, the project includes the relocation of three product lines from operations in Missouri and Rhode Island to the company’s Lawrenceburg facility.

“We are fortunate in light of our current competitive environment to have the opportunity to once again expand our operations in Lawrenceburg,” said David Killen, the company’s Lawrenceburg plant manager said in an announcement.

“We are excited about the addition of our new heat transfer products that we will supply to the mass transit and stationary power markets. I appreciate all of the extra work and support provided by Governor Lee, TNECD, and our local chamber to help secure this new business.” 

The company manufactures heat transfer products for a wide range of markets including stationary power generation, mining,

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Modern Lancia Stratos Zero Rendered by Cyberpunk 2077 Car Designer Looks Sharp

Five decades after the 1970 Stratos Zero concept earned itself a spot in the automotive design hall of fame, Pawel Breshke Czyzewski, the digital artist in question, has paid homage to the Italian creation via the supercar showcased in these renderings, which also draws inspiration from the Stratos HF that trailed the Zero concept by one year.

As the designer, whose work we’ve featured in the past, explained to us in an email, this project envisions a supercar that could become a halo vehicle for Lancia rather than strictly reinterpreting the Stratos Zero, so the label found in the tile above is our view rather than that of its creator.

Launched on December 10 last year, the open-world RPG that is Cyberpunk 2077 involves over 60 cars, motorcycles, and heavy-duty/utility vehicles, with the vast majority of these having been styled by the Polish designer.

And once the long hours of

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Yet another gas station/car wash planned for Manteca

What could be Manteca’s 23rd gas station and 14th car wash is being proposed for the southwest corner of the South Union Road at Atherton Drive intersection.

It is part of the overall Bianchi Ranch Partners endeavor working to bring additional retail to Atherton Drive. They have already secured Living Spaces furniture that is currently building a 116,661-square-foot showroom.

The project includes 12 fuel dispensers with a canopy, car wash, and a 4,000-square-foot convenience store. It will be the second gas station and second convenience store south ofthe 120 Bypass as well as the first car wash.

A public hearing for the project is set for Thursday, March 4, at 7 p.m. during a Manteca Planning Commission meeting.

The proposed station would be a Chevron. If built, it will be the sixth Chevron station in Manteca. Should both the South Union Road Chevron station and the Rotten Robbie’s proposed for

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Busy day at the car wash and ski hills with winter temps in the double digits

If you’re not from the Midwest, it’s hard to understand how someone could see a 20 degree day as a good thing, but after the week we’ve had, we’ll take it.

BURNSVILLE, Minn. — If you’re not from the Midwest, it’s hard to understand, how someone could see a 20 degree day as a good thing, but after the week we’ve had, 20 degrees? We’ll take it.

At Buck Hill in Burnsville, it was a busy day on the slopes Friday.

Several skiers and snowboarders were out on the hill for the first time in more than a week.

Workers are expecting to see even more people at the hill this weekend.

They say all the available lesson times for Saturday and Sunday have already sold out.

Just a few miles down the road, it was also busy at the Bubble Barn in Burnsville.

Workers say they cleaned more than

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