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was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of leukemia when he was in elementary school.Walmart completes due diligence for buying into Flipkart: sources | Reuters Fwire Reuters Apr 06"Heitkamp, If you screwed up and did something uncool, The first attack claimed the live of a cameraperson employed with Doordarshan.” In another review for a movie theater,” Chu did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Wednesday.S.She was at the front and center of helping a mother deal with tragedy Now she is at the front and center of a police investigation“It takes a special kind of person to do that to other people” commented Carol Derosky the mother of Keith AyersRetina LaValla was there the November day reporters rode around Lake of the Woods with Carol Derosky as she looked for the body of her son Keith Ayers Ayers along with Justin Haugtvedt and Cody Ostendorf drowned when their boat capsized in rough waterShortly after the accident Lavalla setup a GoFundMe site to raise money to help the three families with funeral expenses Nearly 400 people donated more than $27000 For Derosky that money helped pay those who assisted with her search for closure after police scaled back their search“Without it my resources would be limited this gives me an opportunity for more resources” said DeroskyDerosky is the one who blew the whistle about the alleged theft saying she never got the money and she is worried because she owed people for their assistance“Every time I texted or questioned her or asked her she said it was in the Christmas card I gave her the benefit of the doubt” she commentedLast week Derosky received a check with Lavalla’s name on it from the Lake of the Woods County Sheriff’s Department"It wasn’t me she stole from she said I’m sorry you think I stole from you it wasn’t from me it was from everybody else you stole from everybody that gave in generosity and a good purpose” she saidThe sheriff’s office is expected to release more information todayLavalla did not have an immediate commentHelgaas Burgum spoke at the Grand Forks Youth Commission’s meeting Wednesday to show her support of the group’s efforts to spread awareness about substance use She talked to the commission’s members about the importance of young people in fighting North Dakota’s substance abuse crisis"You can advocate that addiction is a disease and that there is no shame in having a disease" she told the commission members "It doesn’t have to be described any longer as a moral defect or a character flaw"The Youth Commission is made up of student representatives from each middle and high school in Grand Forks A collaboration between the schools and the city the commission is a way for its members to advocate for issues that affect the community’s youthHelgaas Burgum often teared up while sharing her personal stories about addiction with the group She has been in recovery from alcohol addiction for 15 years and has relatives who have struggled with substance useCommission members said they appreciated her sharing her experiences Sarah Shimek the commission’s coordinator said she believes Helgaas Burgum’s background makes her relatable"It was nice to see that there was that real and wholesome emotion that she had more than just an effort but an actual passion" said Prem Thakker one of the Youth Commission’s leadersHelgaas Burgum said she hopes for North Dakota to become a leader in fighting substance use and added that with tens of thousands of people under 18 the state’s youth can make a significant impact"I believe we can all work together to find a solution to help the people in our state by becoming advocates and by talking more about addiction which will really help lift the shame of addiction" she saidYouth commission leader Sophie Oen agreed that it’s important for young people to speak up on behalf of others rather than waiting for someone else to do it"It’s important to understand that if you have something to say speak up" she said "Especially if you’re concerned about a friend or even a parent"A conglomeration of 15 Churches in Northern Nigeria under the aegis of Tarayar Ekklisiyoyin Kristi A Nigeria (TEKAN) on Wednesday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to make frantic efforts by ensuring that the remaining Dapchi girl (Leah Sharibu) and other abducted victims of Boko Haram are released TEKAN equally urged President Buhari to ensure that the looming food insecurity in the country is forestalled by ensuring that killer herdsmen occupying farming communities’ lands are forced out without delay and also prevented from further taking over farmers’ indigenous lands This was disclosed by the body’s President Rev Caleb Ahima while reading a communiqué issued at the end of an emergency meeting of TEKAN Executive Council held at its headquarters in Jos the Plateau State capital TEKAN called on President Buhari to ensure that the security apparatus of the country is not used for partisan activities in the forthcoming general elections The communiqué reads “TEKAN call on President Muhammadu Buhari to ensure the immediate release of Leah Sharibu and other abducted victims of Boko Haram “TEKAN is sad that the activities of this Islamic terrorists have continued unabated and have brought untold hardship on Nigerians particularly the Northern region of the country ”The Church expressed its concerns about the increasing spate of kidnapping and called on government and security operatives to put an immediate stop to the dastardly act “The Church is worried about the pretentious attitude of President Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government as seen in the deaf and dumb attitude towards the continuous killings of Nigerians without providing visible dependable and concrete solution to the attacks” On the high level of poverty in the country TEKAN said it is deeply disturbed at the “excruciating poverty and hardship” experienced by Nigerians and called on government at all levels to ensure that the dividends of democracy put food on the table of the common man The Church called on President Buhari to provide adequate security to teeming Nigerians who are mostly farmers to return back to their farms to avoid “foreseeable famine in the land” On political activities in the nation ahead of the upcoming general elections TEKAN called on the electoral umpire (INEC) “to not only be said to be neutral but be actually seen by good Nigerians and observers to be so” The Church said it is disturbed by the signs and utterances of political actors as they gear up towards the 2019 polls and urged them to consider the interest of the country over and above their political interests by being civil in their statements saying that “It will be a grave disservice to Nigeria Africa and international communities if the 2019 elections fall short of acceptable standard Campbell spokesman Mike Schrimpf defended the move as a way to boost participation in the convention which will be held in early April in Grand Forks Campbell a state senator and potato farmer from Grafton is among a handful of Republicans running for the party’s endorsement as is former state GOP Chairman Kelly Armstrong a state senator from DickinsonArmstrong said there’s no rule against paying delegate registration fees — he’s paid for four family members himself although two are paying him back — but he nevertheless criticized the practice"It feels like buying a vote and I could never ever do that" he saidSchrimpf declined to say how many delegates Campbell is compensating or how much money he is spending He said Campbell is not paying for other expenses like hotel rooms"Tom’s committed to growing the Republican Party and encouraging participation at the convention" Schrimpf said "So if there is a barrier for some folks with the registration fees we think the more people participating in the convention the better for the Republican Party"Registration fees are $90 for those over 30 years old but cheaper for younger delegates Armstrong said

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