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KHRT ND NEWS - MONDAY - 09/18/17 - PM EDITION

A federal judge has partially sided with a company suing the Minot Public School District for $1.9 million in unpaid services following the 2011 Souris River flood....

     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A federal judge has partially sided with a company suing the Minot Public School District for $1.9 million in unpaid services following the 2011 Souris River flood.
 
     The Minot Daily News reports that Storm Team Robbins, LLC was hired under the name ServPro of the Seacoast by the district to clean flood damaged schools. The Federal Emergency Management Agency reimbursed most of those expenses. ServPro is suing the district for the remaining expenses, but district officials argue that ServPro's owner told the district it wouldn't be charged over what FEMA paid.
 
     Judge Daniel Hovland has ruled that there was a breach of contract. He says the lawsuit will be resolved by a jury trial. A trial scheduled for Oct. 10 has been canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.  

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     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A family attorney has identified a teenager from Minnesota who died after being found unresponsive in a North Dakota State University residence hall. Attorney Paul O. Taylor issued a statement today identifying the teen as 17-year-old Devin Delaney of Burnsville. Taylor said the family requested privacy.
 
     Campus police were notified about an unresponsive teen at Sevrinson Hall about midday Sunday. The live-saving efforts of emergency medical crews were unsuccessful. The teen was not a student at the Fargo university, which allows guests to stay overnight in dorms.
 
     Burnsville High School declined immediate comment. North Dakota's Bureau of Criminal Investigation also declined comment. NDSU didn't immediately provide additional details about the investigation.
 
     A GoFundMe site established to raise money for funeral expenses raised about $10,600 in its first five hours Monday.

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    MINOT, ND - The Minot Police Department says they conducted tobacco sales compliance checks at every locally licensed tobacco retailer in the city on Saturday and all 34 passed. It's the second time in a row that all the businesses refused to sell to a volunteer minor sent by police to attempt to purchase tobacco products.

    These compliance checks of licensed tobacco retailers are required by Minot Code of Ordinances which also provides for the lawful utilization of youth volunteers for this purpose.

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     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A Minot man is accused of being too drunk to care for the four children in his house. Officers responded to the house on Aug. 25 after a report of a child eating out of a trash can, and found 31-one-year-old Cory Walhood allegedly too drunk to care for the children. They ranged in age from 2 years to 12 years old. Walhood faces a felony child neglect charge.
 
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    CASS COUNTY, N.D. - State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler announced today that three Cass County school teachers have been chosen as finalists for the 2018 North Dakota Teacher of the Year Award.

    They include Sandy Evenson, a sixth-grade science teacher at Cheney Middle School in West Fargo; Leah Juelke, an English Language (EL) instructor at Fargo South High School who teaches immigrant students who do not speak English fluently; and Thomas Klapp, who teaches physics, chemistry and Advanced Placement chemistry at Northern Cass High School in Hunter.

    Earlier, Baesler announced that Lynae J. Holmen, a special education teacher at Minot's Longfellow Elementary, and Heather Tomlin-Rohr, a kindergarten teacher at Louis L'Amour Elementary in Jamestown, were finalists for the prestigious award.

    On September 28th, Baesler and Gov. Doug Burgum will honor the person who is chosen as North Dakota's 2018 Teacher of the Year.

 

 

   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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