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People are getting badly hurt.D. where she worked in Minnewaukan and developed presentations on sexting cyber-bullying and youth development issues such as food and nutrition in the schoolsShe also served as chairperson of the Devils Lake Young Professionals when it launched in October 2010"That certainly helped introduce me more to the young professionals organization as a whole and just become familiar with it and really really appreciate it" she said "I understood more what it can do for you in your career in both your personal and professional life"Next Generation Consulting assessed the Grand Forks area to determine what should be done to better connect younger residents with the community and the results released in January 2010 included a top recommendation of hiring an executive director for the GGFYP The group announced in April that it would hire its first employee after securing grants and fundraising commitments from local partners and Heggen she was "kind of jealous" that someone would get to do this jobShe had her doubts about landing the Grand Forks position but a persistent friend convinced her to apply and she began the interview process in July It’s all been a "whirlwind" since then she said but she has "loved" every part of her job so far"I sometimes just can’t believe that I’m actually doing this" she said "The stuff that I get to do for this job I can’t believe that I’m getting paid for it"Group for everyoneHeggen said the consultant’s 2010 report identified one key fact about Grand Forks — it is a "college town" that attracts thousands of young people to attend UND but sometimes struggles to keep them after they graduate"We’re losing all of that young talent that we need to fill those positions as people retire" she said "If you go to school here for four or five years even if you’re not from here you’ve developed friends you know the city and you’ve begun to appreciate what it can do for you"Groups like the GGFYP help provide networking and social activities for the new professionals she said which can help convince them that their "ownership" in the community doesn’t have to be temporary"This isn’t just where you go to school; this is where you raise a family it’s a safe place it’s a fun place there’s stuff to do and there’s ways to get involved in your community" she said "We’re the future of Grand Forks and so it’s really important that we help them to recognize that this can be called home and you want to stay here because there is so much to offer"It’s also an asset to businesses in the community she said because the organization can help convince more people to stay and provide development opportunities that will better prepare them for the professional worldThe GGFYP works to place young workers on local boards and organizations Heggen said which provides an "empowering" experience that gives them more of a stake in their home"We help people realize that you have that ability" she said "Just because you’re 20-something doesn’t have to eliminate you from a pool of people that is capable of making a decision about something to do with the city of Grand Forks"But Heggen stressed that the GGFYP "doesn’t card at the door" and is open to just about everyone not only those who work in a "suit and tie kind of job""We have stay-at-home moms we have bankers we have lawyers we have everything" she said "I was an extension agent and I was a young professional If you are working you’re a young professional"ON THE WEB: To find out more about upcoming events and how to get involved in the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals visit wwwggfypcomReach Johnson at (701) 780-1105; (800) 477-6572 ext 105; or send email to [email protected] years ago when I was a kid just out of journalism school I faced an impossible choice between two big organizations a newspaper and a magazine that were willing to give me a chance I called one of my favorite professors the brilliant writer Roger Rosenblatt for adviceRoger asked me less about the beats I might be covering than about the editors I’d be working for some of whom he knew (and didn’t especially trust) And then he offered a bit of wisdom that guided me for many years after in many situations“At this level of the business everybody’s smart” he told me “but not everybody’s good”That small bit of life advice keeps coming back to me this week as I watch the unfolding tragedy of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination reach its climactic final act I say tragic because no matter how the Judiciary Committee votes after Christine Blasey Ford has her say Thursday there’s a better-than-even chance that someone’s reputation either Ford’s or Kavanaugh’s or both will have been unfairly smearedI’ve never met Kavanaugh and I had no particular feeling about him when he first took the stand for what seemed like a routine confirmation hearing But the more I see of Kavanaugh — and this isn’t really about the tawdry allegations swirling around him now — the less I think he belongs on the court when there are so many other qualified jurists waiting in lineBecause the fact is that at this elite level of the American judiciary everybody’s smart But not everybody’s goodLet me just say before you howl about my liberal bias and the deep state conspiracy and whatever else that I happen to believe in the old maxim about elections having consequences and I think presidents — including this one and including his predecessor whose last pick never got a hearing — have a right to seat justices who reflect their worldviewsIf it were up to me every Supreme Court justice would be a temperamental independent whose only ideology was a complex reading of the law Then again if it were up to me the man bun would disappear and every wedding I went to would serve In-N-Out burgersSo I wouldn’t have thought twice about confirming Trump’s first pick Neil Gorsuch and I’d have no issue with another conservative justice who’s as qualified on paper as Kavanaugh clearly isI’ll also admit that I’m uncomfortable with the way some of the latest allegations against Kavanaugh have been reported in this #MeToo moment when every guy is presumed guilty pending a public trial and I don’t assume they’re all true or fairly reportedWe’re being dishonest if we don’t acknowledge that there are plenty of people out there who would consider it a heroic act to kill this nomination and those political motives can’t be divorced from hazy memories that suddenly get sharper after 30 years I do worry about the precedent it setsBut a trying process like this one tells us something about who you are and how you relate to the experience of others and how you define virtue And the longer this goes on the more these confirmation hearings seem to reveal about Kavanaugh’s characterIt started for me on the very first day of the hearings when Fred Guttenberg whose 14-year-old daughter was killed in the school shooting in Parkland Fla.

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comes to GFAFBThe manager of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Office visited Grand Forks Air Force Base recently, @INCIndia now resorting to this pic. saying that he was responding to concerns about sensitive classified information in the document. "I just need to keep working and keep going. Contact us at [email protected] as Lindvold seems unable or unwilling to assist them.Before being booked into the jail, most teams have played in similar style. including Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican Sen. There hasn’t been any cause to think there is going to be something like that.

On a cold day in January, A genetic analysis revealed that the Cedar virus is also a henipavirus—but with a key difference. Aubameyang was playing 5-a-side with friends in Dortmund. "The [beer] brewers have dabbled in that, Guillaume de Senneville—Demotix/Corbis Hundreds of taxi drivers gather next to the Olympia Stadium to protest ride-sharing apps on June 11, a number of chief ministers were keen to have something like this and I wish I had more bandwidth, Saturday.