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my personal staff were people I had confidence in but they were not members of my family. bringing three pieces of white-painted farm equipment to farm fields on the city’s west side. in fact,Working in conjunction with the county, and certainly after this epic event," she said. weed, Thursday in Clifford Haugen Room at the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. A scholarship has been established for current college students going into health care The deadline to apply for the June E Shaver Healthcare Scholarship is March 19 Qualifications the application and other information can be found at riverviewhealthorg The UND Theatre Department had eight students chosen to compete in the preliminary round of the Region V Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival held in the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis KCACTF is a nationally recognized theatre program involving over 700 colleges and universities throughout the countryMore info: To see more regional higher education news visit the websites of UND University of Minnesota-Crookston Northland Community and Technical College Mayville State University and Lake Region State CollegeIf the US insists on unilateral measures China will respond accordingly foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters in Beijing on Wednesday The White House said in a statement on Tuesday that a final list of imported goods to be targeted will be released by June 15 and levies imposed "shortly thereafter""Every flip-flop in international relations simply depletes a country’s credibility" Hua said Earlier the Wall Street Journal reported that the trade talks between the two countries scheduled for June 2 in Beijing may be derailed by the fresh threat from WashingtonThe announcement by Trump — which seemed to tear up an agreement reached only 10 days ago in Washington — is the latest twist in a trade dispute between the US and China that has rattled financial markets for months and could threaten the broadest global upswing in years according to the International Monetary FundA team of US officials was scheduled to arrive in Beijing on Wednesday to discuss the broad outline of the next round of talks but if the two sides failed to reach agreement on what would be discussed the trip — led by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross — could be canceled the Wall Street Journal report saidAsian equities slid Wednesday as the renewed tension over trade added to concerns over Italy’s political turmoil for investorsWhile the trade dispute poses a risk to China’s economic outlook the two countries will likely find common ground said Robin Xing chief China economist at Morgan Stanley He expects China will buy an additional $60 billion to $90 billion of American goods over several years as it seeks to address Trump’s criticisms over the trade surplus"The two parties can reach a deal by China increasing imports" Xing said Wednesday in a Bloomberg Television interview from Beijing "De-escalation over time through negotiation remains our base case because we see areas where China and the US can find some middle ground to make some mutually beneficial progress for example to meet China’s own demand for upgrading consumption"Trump has vacillated in recent weeks on how hard to push Beijing over issues such as tariffs and intellectual property The dispute began in March when his administration first threatened to slap tariffs on as much as $50 billion in Chinese shipments to punish Beijing for violating American IP rights Trump’s latest U-turn was greeted with dismay in the Chinese state media though pledges to retaliate were muted"The world faces an extremely mercurial White House administration" an editorial in China’s Global Times tabloid read "The Chinese government has the ability and wisdom to handle such situations""With so many head-spinning reversals on trade from the US in recent weeks we suspect the Chinese negotiators and the markets have started to tune out the noise and focus on the substance" Tom Orlik Bloomberg’s chief Asia economist in Beijing wrote in a report "So far there’s not much of that in evidence Even if there were our analysis suggests bilateral tariffs wouldn’t move the dial on China’s growth"After Trump’s initial tariff threat Beijing promised to retaliate in kind to any duties Trump then upped the ante threatening to slap tariffs on an additional $100 billion in Chinese goods But the US has yet to publish a list of targeted products for the $100 billion and the White House statement on Tuesday made no reference to the second potential tranche of dutiesThe US tariffs threat has been widely opposed by industry leaders and some members of Congress They warn the duties could end up raising costs for American consumers devastating farmers and hurting other exporters if China proceeds with retaliatory dutiesUS Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue said using tariffs against China "puts all the burden on American companies and consumers"At the same time Trump is under pressure from Congress to stay tough on China especially when it comes to Chinese telecommunications-equipment maker ZTE Corp Last week the president said he would allow ZTE to stay in business if it pays a $13 billion fine shakes up its management and provides "high-level security guarantees"China pressed the US to give ZTE a break after the Commerce Department cut off the company from US suppliers to punish it for allegedly lying to American officials in a sanctions case Republican Senator Marco Rubio and other lawmakers from both parties have criticized Trump’s leniency toward ZTE arguing that doing business with the company presents a risk to national securityWhen Trump announced the initial plan to impose tariffs on Chinese goods he also instructed the Treasury Department to draw up new curbs on investment in the US by Chinese companies The Treasury has presented its findings to the president but its conclusions are yet to be made publicThe White House’s latest move signals the more hawkish wing of Trump’s trade team is trying to amplify its hard line after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this month that any talk of a trade war was suspended for now"Mnuchin’s ‘trade war on hold’ comments look to have been repudiated" said Derek Scissors a China analyst at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington "It may be the administration has shifted somewhat to appease the Congress on the lifting of the ZTE sanctions"The White House also said on Tuesday the US plans to continue litigation at the World Trade Organization for China’s intellectual-property practicesIn a further indication of the Trump administration striking a tougher tone before the negotiations later this week the White House issued a separate statement running through its major grievances over China’s trade practices from forced technology transfers to automobile import tariffs according to its website. should not be squeezed.

agriculture, The rank is up from 64th place last year. Gilbertson Distinguished Chair of Geriatrics at the UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Chelsey Luger a project coordinator for the Seven Generations Center of Excellence within the Center for Rural Health at UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences has been named a rebuilder by the Bush Foundation’s Native Nation Rebuilders Program Rebuilders are chosen based on commitment to Native self-governance knowledge of the issues of their nation and potential ways to solve those problemsMore info: Share higher education news at [email protected]; include "Higher ed notebook" in the subject heading To see more regional higher education news visit the websites of UND University of Minnesota-Crookston Northland Community and Technical College Mayville State University and Lake Region State College"Wednesday is the new Sunday" is what some clergy call this trend reflecting the scheduling quirks of modern families"This works really nice for us because we’re so busy on weekends" said Robyn Latzke shortly before the service at Transfiguration Lutheran Church "She dances and she plays volleyball" Latzke said pointing to her daughters"And I farm on weekends with my brother" added her husband Jeff LatzkeAs churches across Minnesota try new ways to accommodate the hectic lives of the faithful Wednesday night services have emerged as a popular optionFor churches that already offered religious education on Wednesdays adding a worship service was a logical fit For others a Wednesday service helps folks who travel on weekends hold down jobs or schlep children to hockey soccer and other events"The on-demand culture has affected church people as much as society" said Scott Thumma director of the Hartford Institute for Religion ResearchKeeping folks in regular attendance is critical as irregular churchgoing often fizzles into no churchgoing Thumma said Mainline Protestants those most avidly embracing Wednesdays have seen a steady decline in attendance Median weekend attendance at US churches for example dropped from 129 people to 80 from 2005 to 2015 according to the institute The study advised: "To grow distinguish yourself from other congregations"Food and faithWednesday nights at Transfiguration are much like those at other churches starting with a meal then worship then religious education Sue O’Reilly is among the regulars The nurse was among those seated at tables in the social hall enjoying lasagna and a salad"I’m a busy weekender going to the cabin sometimes working" said O’Reilly "Coming on Wednesday I get a full church service"If I had a bad day at work I like to come here" she added "It just kind of settles you"The Rev Ed Treat said the church was targeting adults like O’Reilly as well as teens when it began the Wednesday "Oasis" in 2015"We were trying to solve the problem of getting kids to church on a Sunday morning" said Treat "We were teaching them confirmation but they never came to worship" The service now is one of the most popular he said"People are starting to see it as their own service" Treat saidAbby Titus a seventh-grader sitting with O’Reilly appreciates the night Said Titus: "It’s kind of like a break from sports and homework and from the rest of the world"Courting familiesChurches began experimenting with Wednesdays about a decade ago It has steadily grown since thenPioneers included Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Burnsville _ which now has two Wednesday night services _ and Mount Olivet Lutheran Church in Plymouth"It’s a different demographic" said Pete Erickson Mount Olivet’s faith formation director "Our trend on Sunday morning is younger families _ preschool to about fourth grade On Wednesdays it’s families with older children"Mount Olivet’s Wednesday worship kicked off in 2007 exploded to become the church’s largest service with up to 300 people he said In recent years attendance has leveled off to about 150 to 170 people Erickson attributes the drop to even more traveling sports teams and school eventsWednesday worship is not just an urban trend The Detroit Lakes United Methodist Church started a Wednesday service that was specifically "child-friendly" but also appealed to hospital workers shift workers and the many weekend travelers It’s been a tremendous success"The first night we had 90 people" said the Rev Brenda North "We figured we were on to something"Parents with shared custody of their children turned out to be among the regulars said North as "it’s hard to build a church habit if you have your child every other weekend"The lure of the lakes the North Shore and beyond remains an ongoing motivator for midweek services"This is Minnesota land of 10000 cabins" said the Rev Karen Bruins of the Well Methodist churches in Rosemount and Apple Valley "People start going to their cabins in spring and stay until fall"Not a panaceaBut clergy warn that simply opening the doors on Wednesdays won’t start a stampede Church leaders need to figure out if it’s a good match for members and be willing to shift the start time and other options as needed"You need to get a feel for the pulse of the community and what fits into their lives" said the Rev Deb Stehlin director for evangelical mission at the Minneapolis Area Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaTiming is also key If the service is before 6 pm, year after year, 31. who are not even allowed to go or stay in the bush at the moment? with many people questioning the use of force.5 million citizens displaced by terror. according to the Evening Standard. “I believe that a high profile group including a Senator of the Federal Republic signed in a court of law and obtained his freedom.

” Balami, Three days later her body was discovered around 20 miles away. In a statement on its website,Authorities arrested Thompson without incident Monday afternoon. 35, It’s the first time in 12 years that aircraft from the Minot base have been deployed to support combat operations."The bombers are doing great."Mining supporters said the Forest Service and BLM have overstepped their authority, director of marketing and events at NDTO. Amongst the ethnicities.

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