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S. were controlled. they are turn out machines,Three Malian health staff have been given the vaccine and 37 more are due to receive it in the coming weeks, Theo Berton,"Back at the American cemetery, I dont think there are enough of these out there.D. to identify the amount of money that farmers in the state have lost to rail delaysThe request which came with “some urgency” was for an initial estimate he saysThe study which estimates farmers lost $67 million in revenue from January to April was released in May but later withdrawn His department decided as a group “not to send it out anymore” he saysOlson says his concern was that the study was reported in the national news media as an official NDSU report when in fact it was only a preliminary estimateA number of North Dakota political figures cited the report in recent months even after it was withdrawn The withdrawal became an issue publicly after the report was cited at a Surface Transportation Board hearing Sept 4 in FargoWilliam Wilson also a professor in the NDSU Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics had said the report was withdrawn because it was based on a preliminary set of resultsA Sept 16 entry on the Say Anything blog says Wilson is a consultant for Burlington Northern Santa Fe the state’s dominant rail shipper Wilson tells Agweek the BNSF case in which he’s involved has no link to what’s happening in North Dakota He describes his relationship with BNSF as an “expert” not as a consultant but says he was compensated by the railroadThe blog entry also says Wilson made the decision to withdraw the study Wilson says he wasn’t involved with the decisionOlson’s study compared historical basis levels and a proxy year 2009 to 2010 Basis is the difference between the local cash price and the futures prices The cash market is where grain is handled physically by country elevators and terminals; the futures market contracts grain for future deliveryOlson analyzed the difference between historical basis and the proxy year and estimated how much of the difference can be attributed to issues with rail He describes his approach as “relatively straightforward and simple” He also says “there are alternative approaches that can be used They’re much more complex and they require a lot more information and a lot more analysis There’s always a trade-off”In retrospect Olson says “I would have done a much better job (in the preliminary estimate) of identifying my core assumptions clarifying what assumptions were made and what are the advantages and disadvantages of the approach I took”Olson says his department is evaluating whether to undertake a new bigger study on the impact of rail delays and if so what approach to take He’s uncertain when a decision might be madeDeciding on the “appropriate methodology” is a challenge The bigger issue is whether enough information is available for a full detailed analysis he says The Brainerd School Board Monday night fielded questions from two community members during the public comment portion of the board meetingBoard chair Bob Nystrom read a statement which rehashed many of the points from a statement the district made about the issue on May 19 A comprehensive investigation into the issue has been completed he said and the district has received a report on the investigation"The district has begun taking appropriate action including personnel action based on the outcome of the investigation" Nystrom saidThe administration is reviewing the process for student publications Nystrom said in order to prevent a similar situation in the future He declined to share more information about personnel actions citing state statute chapter 13 on government data practices"We share your frustration with the limits that the law places on the disclosure of information" Nystrom saidJeff Czeczok said he didn’t see how personnel action based on the investigation couldn’t be made public The investigation report is confidential and between the board and the investigator Superintendent Laine Larson said It may be made public in the future she said but it is private for nowLarson previously said the district would offer refunds to any students who wanted to return their yearbooks After being asked by Czeczok she said she didn’t know how many books had been refunded or how many students had taken full-page stickers to place over the offending page The principals at BHS announced the refunds and the stickers were available to students who wanted them she saidCzeczok asked the board which yearbook would be given to the Brainerd Public Library one with a sticker covering up the offending page or one without a sticker"I didn’t know that the library got one" Larson said "So that would be something I would have to check"Czeczok said Bill Dian who addressed the board after Czeczok had looked in past BHS yearbooks at the library many of which mentioned US presidents"That’s something that I think maybe you want to review as well" Czeczok saidThe district will begin meeting next week to seriously look at its policies on yearbooks Larson said Recommendations will be brought to the district’s legal counsel before they are presented to the board she said The district is likely going to hold a vote on a bond referendum within the next year Czeczok said The board should remember this as it determines what actions to take following the yearbook controversy he said"There may be some issues related to people voting just out of spite because you did not take proper action" Czeczok said "I’m looking forward to seeing you take proper action"Larson said the district hired the firm Rupp Anderson Squires & Waldspurger a law firm in Minneapolis to conduct the investigation Via email Larson said the district has not received a bill from the firm for the investigation The board’s official legal representation for 2017 is Pemberton Law FirmDian said he was amazed the district had to hire an outside investigator to look into the yearbook issue"The investigation was quite comprehensive" Larson replied "It was very comprehensive"The BHS yearbook features grades 9-12 and is put together by students in a yearbook class The yearbook adviser is Joe Wagner who was put on paid administrative leave while the district investigated the issueThe Brainerd Dispatch submitted an information request to the school district asking for more information on the investigationLarson confirmed complaints have been made against Wagner and BHS Principal Andrea Rusk and both those complaints have been fully investigatedThe Minnesota Government Data Practices in statute 1343 states the final disposition of a disciplinary action and the specific reasons and data documenting the basis for the action is public This excludes data that would identify confidential sources who are public employees"The Minnesota Government Data Practices Act provides that when an employee has the right to grieve a disciplinary action under a collective bargaining agreement a ‘final disposition’ of disciplinary action does not occur until the time for filing a grievance passes" Larson wrote via email "Or if a timely grievance is filed until the conclusion of the arbitration proceedings"By Friday afternoon, sustained “significant injuries” before she was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center for treatment of gunshot wounds.
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