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KHRT ND News - Wednesday - 05/15/19 - Noon Edition

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a man from Texas was killed when he lost control of his SUV on a gravel road...

     OAKES, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a man from Texas was killed when he lost control of his SUV on a gravel road. Sixty-three-year-old Walter Tatum Jr. died at a hospital in Oakes Tuesday after he crashed on a Dickey County road. Officials say Tatum lost control left the east side of the road, tried to over-correct and rolled over in a ditch. Tatum was from Crystal City, Texas.


     MEDORA, N.D. (AP) - Erosion has indefinitely closed about six miles of scenic roadway in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Water under the road has caused it to slump around the Cottonwood Campground to the Badlands Overlook in the park's south unit. The Bismarck Tribune reports park officials say there's no timetable to repair the road and no funding is available. Park spokeswoman Eileen Andes says maintaining park roads amid erosion of the Badlands' soft rock is a constant issue.


    BISMARCK, N.D. - State school superintendent Kirsten Baesler says it's a way for her to hear advice from families about how to improve North Dakota education. It is called the Family Engagement Cabinet. The group has 23 members from across North Dakota.

    Baesler says the group are parents of children in elementary, middle and high school. There are parents of children who haven't started school. The members are spread across the state and live in small towns and North Dakota's larger communities. Baesler says the group will meet four times a year. The first meeting will be May 23rd.


    BISMARCK, N.D. - Gov. Doug Burgum has directed government agencies to fly the United States and North Dakota flags at half-staff today and encourages North Dakotans to do the same at their homes and businesses, in observance of Peace Officers Memorial Day.

    The governor's directive is in accordance with a proclamation issued by President Donald Trump, who called upon all Americans to observe Peace Officers Memorial Day today and Police Week, May 12-18, with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

    "Today we pay tribute to the courageous men and women in uniform who died protecting our communities, our families and our freedoms, and we share our everlasting gratitude for those who continue to protect and serve," Burgum said. "We will always remember the brave law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of public safety, including the 64 North Dakotans who lost their lives in the line of duty."

    The annual North Dakota Peace Officers Memorial ceremony will begin at 1 p.m. today near the Peace Officers Memorial on the east side of the state Capitol's Judicial Wing.


   (Copyright 2019 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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