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The boy is thought to have been going over 75mph and as loud folk music played in the car, Fleming Island, schools and churches on the southern Tanna Island have been severely damaged. " District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. gave her ruling, that’s still a low rate, 16, who headed the electoral commission that organised the June 12, About a week later, he developed dementia.

If they have said that, Virginia.Tanner Anderson,D. freshman in diesel technology at North Dakota State College of Science received the AGC Scholarship for $750The AGC of North Dakota has awarded about $1 million in scholarships since the program was startedRed River High School announces awardsScholarship and award recipients were recognized at an awards presentation event recently at Red River High SchoolStudents who received awards included:National Merit Award: Jackson Holm; North Dakota Academic All-State: Isabel Krogh Francine Shaft Djavdat Azizov Nathan Peasland Sydney Warcup and Sam Schumacher;North Dakota Distinguished Student Award: Mykaela Zola; Robert Eelkema Scholarship: Sarah Kay; Renaissance Award: Cassidy Mindeman Betsy Seaver and Gavin Romanick; Rotary Club Scholarship: Emilee Ohman; Sergio Gambucci Scholarship: Morgan Hetletved; Student Council Awards: Chloe Heydt Shalom Oneyka Megan Miller Madeline Kleven Patrick Janes (NOTE: ‘JANES’ is correct) Francine Shaft Cassidy Mindeman and Teresa Mattson; UND Academic Achievement Scholarships: Cole Benjaminson Matthew Flynn Brittney Gratton Andraya Hanson Morgan Knudsvig Grace Miller Ryan Ostermeier Bethany Ternes Brady Zimmerman Samantha DeBeltz Thomas O’Halloran Julissa Miller Taylor Ebertowski and William Raymond; UND Cranley Scholarship: Grace Miller Nick Stenehjem and McKenzie Meland; UND Ireland Scholarship: Clara Demian and Isabelle Eagan; UND Merit Scholarships: Ben Christian Henry Fosse Emily Frahm Keegan Hofstad Luana Liang Madison Musich Grant Schumacher Trevor Weiland Teresa Mattson Matthew Hjelmstad Susmita Pokhrel and Betsy Seaver; UND Myra Scholarship: Henry Fosse Keaton Love Landon Haagenson Teresa Mattson and Gavin Romanick; UND Presidential Scholarship: Gavin Romanick Brendan Watson Riley Benson Landon Haagenson Sarah Kay Garrett Kovar Keaton Love Cassidy Mindeman Shawn Prusak Tyler Burian Ambrosia Hettwer Tyler Hoffarth Nathan Peasland Marco Kojic Ashley Combs Brooklyn Hagen and Djavdat Azizov; UND Renaissance Scholarships: Cassidy Mindeman Betsy Seaver and Gavin Romanick and Widseth Smith Nolting Scholarship: Cole Stenseth Little Red Reading Bus starts roundsThe Little Red Reading Bus is bringing books to children this summer in neighborhoods throughout Grand ForksThe bus makes one-hour stops weekdays at Lake Agassiz Ben Franklin and Phoenix elementary schools; the Elks Kelly Kiwanis Masonic Optimist Riverside and Sertoma parks; and child care centersThe Little Red Reading Bus the result of donations by numerous individuals and businesses is a collaborative project of the Grand Forks Foundation for Education Grand Forks Public Schools Grand Forks Public Library and the Grand Forks Park DistrictIt is an effort to inspire children to discover the joy of reading so it becomes a lifelong habit and to encourage them to maintain or improve their reading skills over the summer said Emilia Hodgson executive director of the Grand Forks Foundation for EducationFor more information including the schedule go to wwwreadeverydayorgOver 50 persons have been reported killed and property worth millions of Naira destroyed by Fulani herdsmen in a renewed attack on Tiv communities in Guma Local Government Area of Benue State The crisis which has taken a dangerous dimension is also gradually creeping into Makurdi town with scores of refugees fleeing the crises area into the town We gathered that the areas hardest hit by the renewed attack include Tiv settlements at Dooga Kpata Lokobi Ajimaka Ekeae Giza Yogbo and Mbagwem communities It was also gathered from an eyewitness who fled the fighting with his wife and children from Kpata village Mr Tyopine Agar that the number of the dead could exceed the figure stressing that as many as over 350 persons are yet to be unaccounted for According to him “many of our people were in the farms when the crisis erupted and up till now no one knows their whereabouts” Agar alleged that the herdsmen who were assisted by the Alagos residing on the border of Benue and Nasarawa States in Doma town laid siege on their villages shooting and burning their houses and property Moved by the level of devastation in the communities Speaker of the Benue House of Assembly Hon Dave Iorhemba who paid an unscheduled visit to some of the refugees who were camped at the LGEA Primary School Kadarko lamented the recurrent attack on the Tiv communities by the herdsmen Iorhemba who urged the people to remain calm regretted the insensitivity of the Nasarawa State Government to the plight of the victims of the attack also called on the Benue and Nasarawa state governments to take decisive steps to check the carnage He also implored the two states to act on the recommendations of the peace committee set up by the states by releasing a white paper on the findings of the panel set up last June to investigate the immediate and remote causes of the crisis He said: “Aside being the Speaker of the Benue State House of Assembly the people affected in these skirmishes are my constituents and Tiv communities affected in Nasarawa State have contributed in no small measure to the socio-political development of the state and therefore deserve the protection of the state government” “What is happening is rather unfortunate and heart rendering On the part of the Benue State government we have already started releasing relief materials to the displace people but unfortunately no such assistance is coming from the Nasarawa State Government” the Speaker said He also called on the National Emergency Management Agency to step in with the relief materials to the displaced who are in their thousands Iorhemba further called on the two state governments to create grazing routes for the herdsmen to forestall further destruction of farmlands of the communities and the consequent bloodbath Reacting to the matter the Village Head of Dooga one of the ravaged villages Zaki Tsashaku lamented the level of devastation in the communities just as he called on the Benue and Nasarawa state governments to jointly deploy security personnel to the affected communities before the crisis escalates into major towns of both states London:Ryan Sessegnon scored his 15th goal of the season as Fulham moved into second place in the English Championship with a 3-0 victory at London rivals Millwall on Friday Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers are already guaranteed one of the two promotion spots into next season’s Premier League but Fulham’s victory saw them leapfrog Cardiff into second place Ryan Sessegnon celebrates after scoringfor Fulham against Millwall The Cottagers are now two points ahead of Cardiff but have played two games more however than the Welsh capital club Despite this defeat Millwall stayed in playoff contention for the third promotion spot Following a goalless first half where Fulham had to clear their lines on several occasions the visitors took the lead at the New Den just after the interval The 17-year-old Sessegnon was first to react after Millwall goalkeeper Jordan Archer fumbled the ball Kevin McDonald doubled the visitors’ lead with a superb long-range strike before Aleksandar Mitrovic’s effort late on set the seal on Millwall’s first league defeat since New Year’s Day "It was vital to get the first goal" Sessegnon told Sky Sports "The manager told us to just keep playing our way and hopefully we’ll score and thankfully I did — it changed the game "We knew it was going to be tough and that it was going to be a hard game for us We just needed to keep going and to keep pushing and in the second half we did that" McDonald added: "It’s a massive statement We knew we were under pressure to go and get three points I thought the boys were fantastic tonight and we fully deserved the victory "The pressure is back on Cardiff now" New Delhi: Swaraj India on Wednesday alleged a conspiracy by the AAP government resulted in its failure to get a common symbol for the MCD elections After the Delhi High Court struck down its demand for identical symbols for all its candidates contesting the MCD polls party leader Yogendra Yadav said it was "deliberately done to deny Swaraj India a level playing field" File image of Swaraj India’s Yogendra Yadav PTI Addressing a press conference Yadav claimed that in March 2015 the state election commission had written to the Delhi government to modify rules to allow recognised political parties willing to contest 10 percent of the total seats to have a common symbol for the polls "When the state election commission asked the Delhi government to treat this matter on a priority basis the AAP government sat on it for two years "This was a conspiracy hatched against Swaraj India by the Delhi government and the AAP to deny it a level playing field" Yadav said Mounting an attack on the Delhi government Yadav said it denied Swaraj India an opportunity of having a common symbol which had helped AAP in its maiden polls in the 2013 Delhi Assembly elections The Election Commission allows recognised political parties to contest on a common symbol provided they contest at least 10 percent of total seats The party also claimed that state election commissions of Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Haryana West Bengal Kerala Sikkim and Tripura follow the rule However the same rule cannot apply to other states without amending the existing rules Launched in October last year Swaraj India will make its electoral debut in the Delhi civic polls next month Swaraj India leader Prashant Bhushan termed the order as "unfair and the one violating equality" and said the party would challenge it in the Supreme Court The 15 to 20 winners will receive $1. who has no respect for human dignity. he faces a maximum sentence of life in prison without parole. and she said she plans to bring patients and former employees as witnesses on her side. thanked Dr. have now got used to living thousands of miles away from each other.

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