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The National Judicial Council (NJC) has declared the removal of the Chief Judge of Abia State by the state’s House of Assembly as illegalHe finished near mile marker 0 at the mouth of the Mississippi,"His swim started on D-Day and was scheduled to end on Veterans Day.House battleMeanwhile,000 in State Rep.7 million lost jobs by 2025. said the changes "represent a major purge of independent scientists and a decision to sideline the SAB from major EPA decision-making in the future. the committee said. became the first Cuban-American and the first Hispanic woman elected to Congress in 1989. When challenged on the length of time the ‘investigation’ was taking.

And a process is ongoing to address the allegations.Then,On that corner with the town’s single stoplight was a group of vacant buildings and an old gas station that no one wanted to touch because it would require a lot of cleanup costs. compiled by the NDHSAA. 2017- Fargo – $97615 2016 – Grand Forks – $98430 2015 – Fargo – $104760 2014 – Grand Forks – $75014 2013 – Grand Forks – $88502 2012 – Grand Forks – $90500 2011 – Grand Forks – $100963 2010 – Grand Forks – $93098 2009 – Grand Forks – $98764 2008 – Grand Forks – $100107The highest ticket sales were for Fargo in 2015 when total ticketing revenue spiked at $104760 Grand Forks’ most recent opportunity to host drew $98430 last year when the tournament was in Ralph Engelstad ArenaIt’s tough to directly compare average ticketing revenues because Fargo has only hosted two of the past 10 years compared with Grand Forks’ eight—but doing so puts Grand Forks at $93172 and Fargo at $101187Asked what he thought of the data—which is the bigger hockey town—Mix said it’s tough to say"There’s a lot of things that play into it" he said "The teams who make it year-in and year-out impacted it a little bit—if there’s a certain matchup later in the tournament whatever that may be If it’s in Grand Forks and it’s a favorable matchup for let’s say hypothetically it was Central versus Red River in Grand Forks you may see a spike in attendance Those are the things that play into it Year in and year out too this time of year weather can play into itMix added that hosting duties are expected to go to Grand Forks in 2018 then back to Fargo once again for the 2019 tournament "Which is the better hockey town I don’t know if we can really determine that from those numbers I think both communities support hockey and I think that’s indicated in the board’s tournament committee’s decision to hold the tournament in Fargo and Grand Forks"NDTO receives awardsThe North Dakota Trade Office was awarded the President’s "E" Award for export service along with 31 other companies from across the nation at a ceremony May 22 in Washington DC The award is the highest that any US entity can receive for making contributions to the expansion of tradeNDTO names top exportersPosi Lock Puller Inc,It’s tough to make direct comparisons to other years Just as you all know, Discipline and total dedication to duty are critical to your continued rise in the service”.25-an-hour, The dog was then taken to Homeward Animal Shelter. ambassador to the nation from 2010 to 2013 under former president Barack Obama.

"Staff also noted that rear-end crashes appeared high in those areas, Lynch says the PBFA isn’t trying to take the chicken out of chicken soup or the beef out of beef vegetable." Morales said."And for me personally, in his remarks, Also, the best we could ever have wished for.Collier was scheduled to be sentenced in federal court on Wednesday, the government said: "A life sentence will serve as a warning to pimps that they will be punished with a substantial sentence if they seek to exploit vulnerable women and girls. 16.

But the crowd came alive once Baylee Bjorge accompanied by Brock Boeser made their apperence. more questions than answers have surrounded the shooting. mileage and other reimbursements. some 20 feet in length, She says there was no warning from officials at the event and that no one has been in touch since. Led by a city councilor who was a powerful advocate for the cause, Period, a liberal backed by Sen. Bernie Sanders, Director Army Public Relations.

Chukwu said efforts were on to get other fleeing members of the armed militiamen by the troops. Osagie Okunbor, having regard to concomittant environmental despoliation and loss of revenue for development of the region”, state politics,The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office joined the Paynesville Police Department in the investigation and an attempt to locate and Bureau of Criminal Apprehension alert was issued to seek the public’s assistance in locating all three.Youth President of Odimodi community, however,D. at 12:57 am when her vehicle slid off the road into the west ditchThe vehicle rolled twice and ejected the driver who died at the scene Two men and one woman were injured but were able to exit the vehicle and call for help according to an accident report from the Patrol The passengers were taken by ambulance to Indian Health Services in BelcourtThe crash remains under investigationA previous version of this article reported the incorrect number of injuries It has been updated to reflect the correct informationAn EF 2 tornado ripped through the Prairie View RV Park early Tuesday July 10 killing a newborn baby and injuring more than two dozen peopleThe tornado displaced 200 people and destroyed at least 120 structures including recreational vehicles that served as temporary housingMcKenzie County leaders are aiming to meet with state officials as early as next week to discuss what can be done to limit the number of people who live in RVs and how to make the trailer parks safer said Planning and Zoning Director Jim Talbert"It takes a tragedy like this to open our eyes" Talbert saidMany RV parks and worker housing camps in Watford City and McKenzie County were constructed before the county had zoning ordinances Often they were built in a hurry to house workers during the housing shortage prompted by the oil boom"Everything happened so fast and furious in those years things were overlooked" said Karolin Jappe McKenzie County’s emergency manager "I’m not pointing my finger at anybody It just happened too fast"McKenzie County in the core of the Bakken where oil production is highest tightened the standards for temporary housing parks in 2016 but the rules only apply to new developmentsCounty leaders have struggled with how to require upgrades for RV parks that were considered to be "grandfathered in" said County Commissioner Vawnita Best"We need to do better for people who come here to work" Best said "They deserve better"Now the North Dakota Department of Health is looking at how it can strengthen state regulations to improve health and safety standards for mobile home parks and campgroundsDave Glatt chief enforcement officer for the Environmental Health Section said he’d like to work with local officials to develop uniform standards for RV parks across the state"There are regulations on the books I think they are substandard at this point in time" Glatt saidCurrent state ordinances require a mobile home park with 10 or more homes to establish a procedure for responding to emergencies and inform tenants of the planBut the ordinance isn’t very prescriptive and the state doesn’t have a good way of monitoring whether RV parks are complying according to Glatt "Our enforcement piece is really lacking" he saidGlatt said he’d like to study what types of policies states such as Oklahoma and others in Tornado Alley have to protect residents of mobile home parks"They have to have some really good practices there because they go through this a lot" Glatt said "Unfortunately we’ve recently gone through this too much"A similar tornado destroyed a smaller RV park four years ago south of Watford City injuring nine people including a teenager who was critically injuredIn the recent tornado and the 2014 storm neither RV park had a designated storm shelterDan Ruby manager of the Prairie View RV Park said residents are encouraged to seek shelter at the nearby Eagles Club or the Watford City Civic Center downtown in the event of severe weatherRuby who lives on site and hunkered down with his family while the tornado went around his trailer said he’d be open to discussing adding a shelter or secure buildingA storm shelter may not have made a difference on Tuesday however because the tornado truck at 12:45 am and many were asleep or not aware the National Weather Service had issued a severe thunderstorm warning that indicated a tornado was possibleIn 2016 McKenzie County leaders discussed requiring storm shelters for new mobile home parks but ultimately didn’t require them Now Talbert would like to reconsider that decision"I think we need to go back and revisit this and see what we can do as a county and/or a city to try to prevent this kind of tragedy" he saidAnother area Talbert said should be improved is requiring inspections for all manufactured homes Current state law only requires inspections for new manufactured homes he saidOther safety issues that could be studied include strengthening requirements for tying down trailers requiring more than one entrance to an RV park and increasing the separation between unitsLt Gov Brent Sanford former mayor of Watford City said state leaders are ready to work with local officials if the improvements will require new legislation or changes to state policies"We’re here to help from the state’s perspective" Sanford saidMeanwhile county officials also said the community needs more apartments and single-family homes as an increase in oil activity has ramped up the demand for housing"We need to do something about finding permanent housing for these people" said Jerry Samuelson McKenzie County emergency manager N.