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Over 27 states across the country continued to owe workers salary arrears that range from 5 to 15 months. 000 per bed space. Until his appointment as minister, Also on Twitter, the former government said they had done a lot on the narrow-gauge. “They discovered that the two tracks we have – Lagos to Kano and Port Harcourt to Maiduguri – could not have taken more than 17 locomotives. Gnarled and twisted.

Y. in 1730Cortland also a favorite for generations was identified in 1898 in New York state and by 1915 was in orchards in New England New York and PennsylvaniaThe trees were heavy with those five varieties branches bowed some broken by the weight of the harvest We picked bushels from low-hanging limbs and off the ground which was carpeted with apples from the tallest oldest trees After hauling apples from trees to barn it was cider timeGrind and pressDavid’s hardwood apple press is a marvel of simplicity The original grinder was hand cranked but he rigged a belt and electric motor to the mechanism so the process is speedier and easier on arms and shoulders The ground apples fall into a burlap-lined round oak bin When’s it’s filled with the aromatic grind a press is screwed down in stages squeezing the juice out of the mash and onto a contoured wooden deck from which it flows through a hole into pitchersThen the new cider is filtered with cheesecloth while being poured into jugs and jars for settling and cooling The aroma is magical The taste of the raw cider—spiced with apples that range from puckering tart to apple pie sweet—is a wonder of nature We made enough so David and Vivian could fill their 5-gallon jar with the recipe to make hard cider By the end of the day the mix was starting to work and bubbleSampled some of last year’s hard stuff but that’s a story for another timeBurgum spoke at both morning and afternoon NDSU graduation ceremonies on Saturday May 13 staged at the FargodomeThe 15-minute address began with nods to the university from which Burgum graduated in 1978 He mentioned his family’s long standing ties to the school including his grandmother Jessamine Slaughter Burgum the first woman to enroll there when it was known as North Dakota Agricultural College Burgum Hall on the NDSU campus is named in her honor The Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Family Life Center is named after the governor’s mother who was dean of the College of Home EconomicsThe governor’s address quickly turned to technology and how the pace of digital advancement will affect everyone To demonstrate Burgum paused at the podium to capture a 10-second video of the graduates on his phone and sent it off in through his Snapchat accountIn the past the governor has spoken of how higher education should embrace advances in communications technology including online access to course offeringsIn perhaps a nod to that Burgum said change driven by technology is inevitable"No organization regardless of its prior longevity nor its traditions nor its power base will be immune to the forces of change" he saidHe told the graduates they’re entering a world of perpetual disruption fueled by the digital revolution He said that disruption can be feared or embraced"When it’s embraced it becomes an opportunity to reinvent ourselves our institutions and our surroundings" the governor saidBurgum also referred to the steep state budget cuts including to higher education made due to a revenue slump brought on by lower oil and crop prices He said the adjustments were unprecedented"Nothing seen like that since the Great Depression" Burgum said; however spending had to be brought back in line with revenuesDuring the final day of the legislative session in April lawmakers decided NDSU would receive almost 18 percent less state money for its operating budget in the two-year budget cycle starting in July than it did for the previous two yearsThe higher education funding bill approved provides general fund support of $1291 million for NDSU in 2017-19 a decrease of 179 percent from the $1574 million appropriation for 2015-17 While it has been and will be a difficult adjustment for the university system Burgum said the state’s commitment to higher education remains "incredibly strong"For fiscal years 2017-19 nearly half of the state’s general fund more than $21 billion will go toward K-12 and higher education in North Dakota Burgum saidIn conclusion Burgum challenged the graduates to be curious and courageous saying those attributes will bring success in the future"Courage to challenge the status quo courage to challenge existing power structures because sometimes these power structures exist only to defend themselves and their past rather than participating in reinventing themselves to define and create our collective future" he saidPrior to the ceremony NDSU indicated there were 2251 students eligible for spring commencement and that a total of 1420 graduate professional and undergraduate students would take part and that he has urged Trump not to remove the Justice Department official "before we have solidified things with Mueller." said Sen. 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