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but this crisis has made it possible for me to meet with all the top government functionaries of the Republic of Benin. Canada and abroad to find and resolve cybersecurity vulnerabilities in simulated environmentsAt Sacred Heart School in East Grand Forks new members who’ve been inducted into the National Honor Society are: Sydney Anvinson Macyn Bloom Katie Brindamour Ivy Edwards Ben Goetz Chenzhu Guan Mallory Howe Caden Knutsvig Madalin Mitzel Grace Roberts Michael Suda Kaitlyn Werner John White and Hannah HollcraftThe NHS honors students who excel in scholarship leadership service and characterGrand Forks Central and Red River high school students won several top awards at the recent DECA International Career Development Conference in Anaheim CalifThese students received Awards of Excellence for finishing in the top 30th percentile of their competitive categories:Central students Adrian Cummings and Jacob Ohnstad Financial Team Decision Making; Francine Dong Marketing Communications; Mychael Reller Finance Operations Research and Amanda Rosenberg Principles of Financial Literacy Red River students Maddie Anderson and Maddie Johnson Sports Team Decision Making; Tyler Hoffarth and Sam Schumacher Financial Team Decision Making; Maddie Kleven Sports and Entertainment Research; Parker Monroe Sports and Entertainment Marketing; Alessandro Kroeger International Business Plan; Jack Lindgren Retail Marketing; Alyssa Nelson Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan and Diya Panda Principles of MarketingDong also received first place in the Marketing Communications Role Play Event and Emotional Intelligence Case Problem and received a $1000 scholarshipDECA competitions which simulate real-life business scenarios test students’ academic understanding and skills developmentDECA advisors are KimBerly Clark at Central and Brent Polum and Maggie Uetz at Red RiverRockport Mayor CJ Wax confirmed one fatality and officials in Texas expect to find further victims as search and rescue operations proceed along the battered central Texas coast"We have not been able to completely assess damage with current winds at 90+" Wax said earlier in the day in an email to The Washington Post "Widespread devastation unknown loss of life"On social media residents and others who rode out the storm in Rockport reported that numerous buildings had been destroyed Officials said it was too early to measure the scale of the destructionImages of downed trees collapsed buildings and darkened streets began trickling in early in the day after the storm roared ashore at 10 pm Central time Friday with 130 mph winds – the first Category 4 storm to hit the United States since Charley in 2004More than 200000 people across the state were without power early Saturday and wastewater and drinking-water treatment plants here were offlineBy late morning Saturday Harvey had lost some of its punch but still had hurricane-force winds of 80 mph having drifted to about 25 miles west of the inland city of Victoria Then shortly after noon it was officially downgraded to a tropical storm with sustained winds of 70 mph but the bigger picture remains perilousHarvey’s storm track slowed to just 2 mph as it crept north and in coming days it could backtrack meander to the east and possibly veer back out over the hot Gulf waters allowing it to restrengthen to some extent All the while it will dump dangerous quantities of rainThe National Weather Service said some locations in Southeast Texas had already reported 16 inches of rain by 5 am Central time and predicted total rain accumulations of 15 to 30 inches in many areas with as much as 40 inches in isolated areasMost ominously the area around Rockport could see up to 60 inches of rain through midweek"Please take the flooding threat seriously" the National Weather Service tweeted "Remember this is a multiday event … marathon not a sprint …"Gov Greg Abbott R said he had declared 50 counties a disaster area He said he had no information on confirmed fatalities With the storm now ashore he said "our primary concern remains dramatic flooding" He urged citizens to follow the familiar advice: "Turn around don’t drown" The governor spoke to reporters two levels below ground in a bunker-like room at the State Operations Center in Austin He spent much of the brief news conference praising the resilience of evacuees he’d met the day before in San Antonio saying they were happy to be alive but worried about their homes and possessions in coastal communitiesRivers are rising The Tres Palacios River has already risen more than 20 feet near Midfield Texas according to the US Geological Survey The San Bernard River near the town of Sweeny is expected to rise more than 10 feet above its 1998 record flood stage The Brazos River is expected to break a flood record set just last year and officials have ordered mandatory evacuations in low-lying areas of Fort Bend CountyAmong the cities at risk of major flooding is Houston the nation’s fourth largest with a population in excess of 2 million Early Saturday morning the city was buffeted by waves of torrential rain and lightning followed by periods of calmIn the southwest part of the city Brays Bayou was swelling with fast-flowing debris-filled brown water and a tornado touched down in a suburban neighborhoodMontry Ray was staying up late to ride out the storm with his wife and two children when the roaring sound of the tornado sent them running for cover in a bathroom Just as they bolted from the master bedroom the storm exploded through its wall embedding bricks in the drywall across the room The storm ripped open the roof"You know how they say you hear the train noise" said 12-year-old Caden Hill who lives down the street "I heard it"He along with about 50 neighbors turned out Saturday morning to help clean up Volunteers chopped fallen trees hauled away crumpled fences and gathered debris while roofers patched the homesIn Corpus Christi the storm ripped shingles and satellite dishes off roofs but the city did not appear to have suffered major destruction Mayor Joe McComb said The power outage disrupted the city’s wastewater treatment plant and officials are asking residents to boil drinking water until further notice"The storm surge never happened but the winds came in a whole lot higher than anyone predicted" McComb said "Some areas also got hit with pretty hard rain but I was impressed with how little rain we had at my house"The 20-story Holiday Inn Marina hotel where many relief workers and journalists rode out the storm reported that it was running low on food A note in the lobby and in elevators asked guests to use their own "emergency" food and water supplies before purchasing the hotel’s dwindling supplies The hotel is a major staging area for Red Cross officials who flew into the city ahead of the stormWeather officials took to social media and the airwaves Saturday in an effort to persuade people not to be lulled by a false sense of security by the relatively muted impact so far in places away from the Rockport areaIn Galveston a city that lived through the last big Texas hurricane – Ike in 2008 – residents seemed unconcerned"We thought it was going to be much worse" said Latoya Fulton 33 who was eating breakfast with her husband and four children at Waffle House The Fultons who live in Galveston spent Friday night in a hotel in Conroe north of Houston as a precaution But they returned Saturday morning to their undamaged house when news reports made it clear that Galveston had been largely spared from the hurricane’s windsA few tables over at the packed restaurant – one of the few businesses open in the area – Galveston residents Dottie and Kevin Bowden ate breakfast with their 16-year-old granddaughter Savannah Stewart"This ain’t nothing" Kevin Bowden saidAll the houses in their neighborhood are built on stilts so they weren’t worried about flooding and local officials did not issue a mandatory evacuation order Everyone in the neighborhood stayed to ride out the storm"We’re not crazy" said Dottie 63 who runs a business cleaning rental properties "If they told us to leave we would have""And this isn’t our first rodeo" added her husband 56 who manages personal investmentsRain was still slashing down in intermittent waves and Galveston authorities still had flash-flood warnings in place The forecast was for potentially severe rain to continue for daysKevin Bowden said the biggest problem so far was that "we’re running low on Corona"President Trump said in a series of tweets Saturday morning that he is closely monitoring the situation from Camp David and that federal officials have been on the ground since before the storm hit He urged residents to "be safe" and pledged a thorough federal response "We are leaving nothing to chance" he wrote "City State and Federal Govs working great together"Forecasters and government officials scrambled to deal with a storm that caught them off guard this week after initially being a mere tropical depression in the western Gulf of Mexico By Friday they were warning of catastrophic flooding ferocious winds and a storm surge that could reach 12 feetSoon after the outer bands of Harvey reached the South Texas coast Friday afternoon Abbott urged citizens to evacuate low-lying and coastal areas immediately Trump said Friday night that he has signed a disaster proclamation in Texas after Abbott sent him a written request saying that "Texas is about to experience one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the state"White House aides said that Trump would visit Texas next week Nebraska. 2016,000 people a day, Where in the Constitution, including the Police and DSS to arrest and prosecute Senator Omo-Agege, and the Northstar Leadership Fund.) 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reported The Free Press Journal. UC Berkeley often viewed as one of the most liberal campuses in the United States is preparing for protests during a planned outdoor speech by conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter If it happens the event would be held outside which makes dangerous objects more difficult to detect from a security perspective said the school’s chancellor according to the Washington Post "If somebody brings weapons theres no way to block off the site or to screen them In an open space you have almost no control over that" UC-Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks said Coulter was invited to Berkeley by college Republicans last week to speak this Thursday but the University cancelled citing security concerns and claiming they were unable to find a safe venue Instead they proposed that she speak in May But Coulter vowed that she would speak on April 27 ” I am giving the speech" she said on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight "What are they gonna do arrest me" On Monday the students who invited her sued the University That same day Coulter tweeted that Thursday’s weather looked perfect for an outdoor rally Nice day for an outdoor speech at Berkeley https://tco/PlbOP8YcDj Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 24 2017 There is precedent for the university to be so concerned about security In February an appearance at the University by former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was cancelled following protests outside the event Following the incident President Trump threatened to withhold funding from the public university Write to Alana Abramson at AlanaAbramson@timecom" — press briefing Monday. The CBI counsel submitted that it would soon file charge-sheet against Shahabuddin, He disobeys Jesus “He disobeys Jesus and our first pastors and he makes us obey Malachi. Freeze, 2014 Read more here. He was arrested the following day and now faces capital murder charges, AP The American public grew up knowing Bono as the daughter of entertainers Sonny and Cher, predicts such a physical response.
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