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KHRT ND News - Wednesday - 08/14/19 - Morning Edition

Mandan police say authorities have found the man sought in last week's stabbing at a Walmart....

     MANDAN, N.D. (AP) - Mandan police say authorities have found the man sought in last week's stabbing at a Walmart. Police said Tuesday the man is in custody on charges unrelated to the stabbing. A vendor was stabbed inside the store on Friday. Police say the vendor was approached by a man he did not know. The man began yelling and swearing, and then cut the vendor near one ear. The victim was treated at the scene. The store was evacuated.

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     BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A U.S. judge has barred the Trump administration from acting on the recommendations of an advisory panel that was created to make it easier to extract fossil fuels from public lands and waters. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy said in a Tuesday ruling that the Royalty Policy Committee was established in violation of a law meant ensure such panels are publicly accountable.
 
     The committee was created in 2017 by then-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. It was disbanded without explanation in April when its two-year charter expired. The committee had attracted sharp criticism from conservationists and others who alleged its membership was stacked in favor of the energy industry. It included industry executives; officials from energy states such as Texas, Wyoming and North Dakota; academics and at least one industry consultant.

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    BISMARCK, N.D. - The third annual Governor's Summit on Innovative Education will be held today and tomorrow at Jamestown High School. The summit, which is open to the public, convenes local and national education leaders to share best practices and engage with educators, administrators, parents and students.

    Among the featured presenters is Dr. Stuart Ablon, director of Think:Kids in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital and an associate professor and Thomas G. Stemberg Endowed Chair in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, who will address the topic of school discipline. Ablon conducts training for parents, educators and clinicians and helps organizations implement the Collaborative Problem Solving approach, an evidence-based model designed for children and adolescents with a wide range of social, emotional and behavioral challenges.

    The first day of the summit today will focus on innovative instructional best practices to personalize learning, as well as other community-derived solutions to best prepare young people for the 21st century economy and global citizenship.

    The summit's second day tomorrow will focus on behavioral health in an educational setting and how school personnel can play a key role in identifying the early warning signs of an emerging mental health condition and in linking students with effective services and supports.

    The summit also will include presentation of the #InnovativeND education awards, which recognize the great work being done by educators to prepare students for success in a global economy being driven by rapid technological change.

    This year's summit is being held in partnership with the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, North Dakota Council of Educational Leaders, ND United, North Dakota School Boards Association and the state Department of Human Services' Behavioral Health Division. The Bush Foundation is sponsoring the event.

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    MINOT, ND - The City of Minot has scheduled its second town hall meeting of 2019 to provide information to the community with a focus on the National Disaster Resilience program. The event is planned for Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Washington Elementary School, located at 600 17th Avenue Southeast.

    Information from City administration will provide an update to the community on current pro-gress of the NDR program as well as outline future objectives and how the activities help make Minot more resilient.

    Topics scheduled for discussion at the meeting include:

    - Strategic buyout/acquisition program
    - Multi-family affordable rental housing
    - Single-family affordable housing
    - Family homeless shelter
    - Center for Technical Education
    - City Hall relocatio

 

 

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

 

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