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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND UPDATED: State lawmakers, officials react to Conrad retiring
You can find reaction from the state Capitol about Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., retiring below and you canfind video here.
From Sen. Tim Mathern, D-Fargo:
Of his years in public service, Senator Kent C... Posted on 1/18/11 at 4:21 PM
National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair is resigning under pressure from the White House, ending a tumultuous 16-month tenure marked by intelligence failures and spy agency turf wars.
Blair, a retired Navy admiral, is the third director of national intelligence, a position created in response to public outrage over the failure to prevent the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
By Eileen Sullivan and Kimberly Dozier, The Associated Press
, May 21, 2010
A civilian employee who worked for the North Dakota National Guard under seven adjutant generals is retiring.
A ceremony was planned Thursday in Bismarck for Thelma Stanley, whose career spanned more than 54 years.
The Guard said Stanley began her career in September 1955 as a state employee working as a switchboard operator.
A North Dakota district judge in Fargo is retiring.
Georgia Dawson said in a letter that she will leave the bench Sept. 1.
The 60-year-old Dawson is the chief administrative judge in the East Central judicial district. It has eight judges and includes Cass, Steele and Traill counties.
After more than 53 years of barbering, Reuben Junkert laid down his scissors, comb and clippers for the last time on New Year’s Eve.
At almost 80 years old with a “bad leg,” Reuben said it was time to retire. But after all the years in business, he’s still not sure what he’ll do with his free time.
Kenechi Udeze’s comeback from leukemia served as an inspiration to his Minnesota Vikings teammates.
The announcement of his retirement will not diminish that.
Udeze retired on Thursday, saying his leukemia is still in remission but the side effects from the treatments for the disease were making it too difficult to continue the rigors of life in the NFL.
Oscar De La Hoya stopped battling himself Tuesday, deciding after much internal turmoil to retire and end a career in which he won 10 world titles in six divisions and became boxing’s most popular fighter.
He made his announcement at an outdoor plaza across the street from Staples Center, where a 7-foot bronze statue of the 36-year-old Golden Boy stands.
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