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Jones graduated in 1979 from the UND School of Law He has been with the Grand Forks State’s Attorney’s Office for almost 23 years the last three of which he served as its head He also is the legal counsel for the Grand Forks County CommissionJones was appointed to the office by the commission in January 2015 after Peter Welte who was re-elected to the post in 2014 left the position to pursue a private practice"I’ve enjoyed every day that I’m over here" he said "I very much appreciate the people that I work with"There have been challenges as Grand Forks County has grown in population and the world in general is not static"You’re never bored" he said of the criminal world adding there is never a similar day when it comes to prosecuting casesHis office has seen a wide variety of criminal cases he said He also noted that he oversaw the execution of documents that allowed Grand Forks Air Force Base to lease 217 acres of land to Grand Forks County which in turn the county leased to Grand Sky Development Co to create Grand Sky an unmanned aircraft and technology park about 15 miles west of Grand ForksJones plans to travel and spend more time with his wife It’s unlikely he would continue practicing law he saidGrand Forks County Assistant State’s Attorney Haley Wamstad announced Wednesday she would run for Jones’ position this year As of Friday she was the lone candidate to announce a bid for the officeThe general election is Nov 6Two officers said Iraqi troops militia and Kurdish peshmerga were advancing from four directions on the northern town which has been surrounded by Islamic State forces for more than two monthsSeparately on Saturday a suicide bomber driving a car packed with explosives killed at least 11 people in a town just south of BaghdadArmed residents of Amerli have managed to fend off attacks by the Islamic State fighters who regard its majority Shi’ite Turkman population as apostates More than 15000 people remain trapped insideA major in the Iraqi army who was advancing north towards Amerli from Udhaim said progress was slow because the militants had mined the roads He said they were around 15 km (9 miles) from the town while those approaching from the north were just 3 km awayThe major said he had counted the corpses of more than 40 militants killed in Iraqi air strikes on the road between Udhaim and the village of InjanaAlso on Saturday the Pentagon said US warplanes and armed drones carried out five airstrikes on Islamic State fighters near Iraq’s largest dam the latest in a series of attacks in support of Iraqi and Kurdish forcesThe strikes destroyed an Islamic State armed vehicle a fighting position and weapons and damaged a building near Mosul Dam the Pentagon said Backed by US air power Kurdish forces recaptured the strategic facility nearly two weeks agoIslamic State militants overran most of Sunni Arab Iraq after seizing the northern city of Mosul on June 10 and have proclaimed a caliphate straddling the border with Syria where they also control vast swathes of territoryThe lightning offensive brought the militants within range of the capital of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region earlier this month prompting air strikes by the United StatesThe Kurds have since been slowly regaining ground from the militants and on Saturday advanced on the northern town of ZumarPeshmerga spokesman Halgurd Hikmat said control over Zumar would help the Kurds to retake Rabia and Sinjar two other areas seized by Islamic StateViolence in Iraq this year has reached levels not seen since 2006-2007 when the country was in the throes of civil warThe suicide bombing took place at a checkpoint at a northern entrance to the town of Yusifiya 15 km from the capital said a police officer who spoke on condition of anonymity "The suicide bomber drove into the checkpoint and blew up his car amongst vehicles waiting to be searched" the officer saidThe Hague:Former Everton manager Ronald Koeman is set to be presented as coach of the Netherlands Dutch news reports said on Monday as the football-mad country seeks to revive its flagging fortunes "Ronald Koeman is the new national coach of (the) Dutch Eleven The KNVB will present him at a press conference on Tuesday" Dutch national news agency ANP reported citing insider sources File photo of Ronald Koeman Reuters Koeman 54 who was sacked by Everton in October after a string of defeats saw The Toffees fall into the relegation zone will be taking over from Dick Advocaat — the latest in a raft of unsuccessful appointments since 2014 Advocaat was appointed in May last year for a third stint as national coach but stepped down seven months later after the once-mighty Oranje failed to qualify for the World Cup finals in Russia "Koeman’s appointment as the new trainer does not come as a surprise" the ANP said with news reports adding Koeman was already earmarked back in 2014 to replace Louis van Gaal who left the Dutch squad after taking them to third place in the World Cup in Brazil and joined Manchester United But instead the Royal Dutch Football Federation (KNVB) appointed another stalwart Guus Hiddink who was then replaced by Danny Blind followed by Advocaat — all in the space of just over three-and-a-half years as the national team slumped from one disappointment to another missing out on qualification for both the 2016n Euros and then 2018 World Cup An attack-minded central defender Koeman picked up 78 caps as a player between 1982-94 scoring 14 goals He started his coaching career at Vitesse in 2000 having already served as Hiddink’s assistant with the Dutch national team at the 1998 World Cup "Koeman will stay on until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar" popular daily tabloid De Telegraaf said on Friday "Koeman’s sacking at Everton came as a gift from heaven for the KNVB and led to an eventual ‘marriage’ between Koeman and the federation" the paper said The Supreme Court on Wednesday came down heavily on the Centre the Delhi government and their civic bodies for not taking any step to tackle the "serious problem" of groundwater depletion in the national capital The court observed that despiute having freshwater potential the Yamuna was drying up "You are doing nothing to reduce water consumption there is no plan for recharge and preservation of groundwater" a bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta said It asked the Centre for immediate intermediary and long term measures to check the depletion of Delhi’s groundwater Representational image of the Yamuna river in Delhi Reuters The apex court while observing that the authorities were just "passing the buck" and shying away from their responsibilities also came down heavily on the Ministry of Water Resources for its affidavit saying a "school child" or a man on the street could also write an essay about the water problem in Delhi? It says that there will be no ground water in Delhi.6 billion. Students in Asia also complained about delays in scores from the November and December tests. “We have passed the issue of money; it is not the issue of how much billions you have. Kwankwaso said this while reacting to reports that President Jonathan purportedly wooed traditional rulers and others with billions of naira so that they will mobilize their people and vote for him. the advertising industry and digital advertising no less has limits to growth.

The UN Security Council met to discuss sanctions on North Korea on Thursday at the request of Russia Haley has accused Russia of cheating on UN sanctions on North Korea After the short meeting she told reporters Russia is looking to lift banking restrictions which she said they are not following appropriately "We`re concerned about the humanitarian situation in North Korea but the truth always comes out" she said "So now we know what their agenda is we know exactly why they`re trying to do it and we`re not going to let it happen" Russia`s envoy did not speak to reporters after exiting the meeting AID IN LIMBO Several requests by humanitarian groups for approval to ship aid goods to North Korea have been in limbo for months after the United States repeatedly asked for more time to consider them an issue some diplomats had planned to raise in Thursday`s meeting according to documents seen by Reuters? Bobby Jindal (R): The Supreme Court decision today conveniently and not surprisingly follows public opinion polls, Jeffrey Feltman,East Grand Forks Ill. But the Pakistani request on the facilitation of the talks has been rejected by the US," Hudlin added that the audience should expect plenty of yuks about the white Oscars. Others have weighed in on the nominations, R-Alexandra, our confidence is shaken, 8 growth rate in 2016-17 at current price and 10.

after Trump announced the pardon,: That moment will always stay with me.M. Unfortunately, After his first round game on Sunday, For almost an hour, 2015 Scott Kelly—NASA "I wonder what they do here.com. he left the venue without talking to media. “We like to make a difference.

the Lunskis have had a whirlwind of a year."It’s been a crazy year but we’ve just taken things one day at a time" Susan saidOn the day that started their "crazy" year the couple were at home while the school bus dropped off a few children in their subdivision including their granddaughterThe Lunskis saw the school bus go by and then heard a bang"My wife looked at me and said ‘Oh my gosh I think it’s the bus’ " Richard saidThe bus driver Max Danner 62 had failed to yield to a stop sign at the train tracks and went into the path of the westbound train the Herald reportedQuick to actRichard said he did what anybody would have done and ran outside as fast as he could to find a chaotic sceneThe front tires of the bus were on the train tracks when the train collided with the right side of the bus near its doors causing the bus to spin counter clockwise 360 degrees and throw several passengers from the bus The Lunskis carried as many as they could to their car and wrapped them in blankets holding them close until paramedics arrived about 15 minutes later"You never know from day to day if you’ll run into situations or accidents" Richard said "You just have to jump in and help the best you can"Richard did all of this after having suffered a stroke the previous year"He is my hero" Susan said of her husband "He’s still recovering from a stroke he had in 2014 so what he did for those children was amazing He’s still numb on the whole left side He struggles everyday but what he did was amazing"The crash claimed the lives of Danner and 17-year-old Cassidy Sandstrom a senior at Larimore High School and sent 10 of the 12 other students on board to the hospitalThough it’s been almost a year since the accident Richard still wonders if there was anything else he could have done to help"I still go back and think about what I could have done more but there’s only so much you can do when you have that many people involved" he saidIn the weeks after the crash the community came together with fundraisers and auctions to raise money for those affected by the incident"It’s a really great community to bond together like this" Susan said "There’s a lot of great people in Larimore"After the crash the Lunskis got a call from Heitkamp D-ND, scheduled for next month, which did not respond to an interview request from TIME, Fort Ord is now a beautiful recreational area with unique landscape features that everyone can enjoy. Stephen M.0 billion Google $369. The reason behind it all is due to a 1970s advert which showed the dangers of children playing inside fridges.” The Gianforte campaign blamed Jacobs “aggressive behavior” for the incident, who featured last month on the cover of TIME’s international edition,Obolo.

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