STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Some Cheer for a Difficult Day
Tragedies and difficult times are occurring today.
There's not a way for me to help in any meaningful way, but looking back at my grandfather's funeral, I mostly recall that a cousin's inadvertent jo... Posted on 12/26/12 at 5:07 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Former N.D. warden now a professor
Tim Schuetzle, the former warden of the state penitentiary, is now the criminal justice program director at the University of Mary.
Schuetzle spent more than 30 years in corrections. He serv... Posted on 8/3/10 at 7:01 AM
The first name and title for State Board of Higher Education President Duaine Espegard was omitted in a article about the board voting to buy out Chancellor Hamid Shirvani’s contract on page A1 in Tuesday’s Sun.
A story on page A1 in Saturday’s Sun incorrectly said that medical waste could be brought to Central Valley Health District for disposal. Individuals with medical waste can contact Central Valley Health for information on disposal but it does not provide disposal services.
A May 20 story on page A1 about State Board of Higher Education emails incorrectly described responses to concerns board members raised about following state open meetings law at three meetings later deemed by the attorney general to have violated those laws. The University System’s top attorney didn’t advise board members at meetings March 6 and Jan. 16.
In the May 23 page A6 story titled “BCTF approves grants Wednesday,” the amount of a grant that the Buffalo City Tourism Foundation’s executive board approved for Birding Drives Dakota was incorrect. The board approved $2,000 for the group.
In the story “Sneak peek” on page A7 in Thursday’s Sun, the organization providing the grants for a gazebo project for the Stutsman County Memorial Museum was incorrect. The Jamestown Community Foundation provided the grants while the museum board is organizing fundraisers. Also, the first Front Porch Chat at the museum is June 2, not May 26.
The article “Jamestown students meet their pen pals at Ave Maria” on page A1 in Friday’s Sun named the wrong place where residents had been pen pals with local third-graders. The students had been pen pals with residents of the Heritage Centre.
The article “Dalrymple signs tax relief bill at legislative wrap-up session” on page A6 in Wednesday’s Sun contained two errors. The type of tax relief signed into law by Gov. Jack Dalrymple was incorrect. Dalrymple signed $250 million in income tax relief. The amount of state funding left to be paid on the metro diversion project was also incorrect. That amount is $275 million.
The occupation of Sadie Lech, the wife of Robert Lech, whose hiring was approved by the Jamestown Public School Board, was listed incorrectly in “Board sticks by decision” on page A1 in Tuesday’s Sun. She is a special education teacher.
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