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what a talent he was. in North Dakota.D. brought US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen to talk about the federal government’s hopes to incorporate UAS in national security efforts Wilson shared some of the same ideas Monday saying UAS will help bolster the nation’s security and in discussing a 15-to-20-year plan for Air Force bases across the country she added it’s “inevitable” the Air Force will pay more attention to autonomous technology like UAS Hoeven said the operation was a result of collaboration between several parties including the county Grand Forks Air Force Base city officials the UND aviation program and the private sector “This is a partnership like none other” Hoeven said “And it’s very important we continue to emphasize this incredible partnership”Linden Blue CEO of General Atomics one of two UAS companies leasing space at General Atomics said his spot at Grand Sky and the park’s new BLOVS ability differs from sites across the country typically managed by the military“You can move in for a little while but it’s kind of like camping” Blue said “And they can tell you the grounds are closing and you have to leave” With Grand Sky Blue said he doesn’t have to deal with the scheduling uncertainty of a government-owned site meaning it’s easier to plan and get things doneAfter the launch Swoyer added the park’s new BVLOS ability will save businesses money on flight crews — now Blue and others don’t need one flight crew dedicated to every mission they can just have one crew monitoring several missions“The more you can reduce that cost” Swoyer said “that’s a massive labor savings” In a last second change of opinion late Thursday afternoon Judge William Herauf who presided over the case issued a letter to counsels citing an oversight in his judgement and sentencingAccording to the letter Herauf expressed the intent of the court to effectively turn the management of Watson’s cases over to the North Dakota Department of Corrections – without restrictions imposed to when they would be able to release himWhile resentencing has not been formally scheduled the letter said a hearing will be slated for early next weekIn the case that attracted regional attention James Watson faced charges of continuous sexual abuse of a child in both Golden Valley and Stark counties as well as gross sexual imposition inHettinger County in southwest North Dakota Watson’s arrest came while he served as the chief of police for the LaMoure Police Department across the state in southeast North DakotaThe case which involved multiple agencies and three separate county attorneys was contentious as Watson maintained his innocence throughout – claiming he never sexually abused the victimWatson’s attorney Kevin McCabe argued that the state failed to present a preponderance ofevidence which indicated guilt in his client’s caseTestimony from the victim and the North Dakota Bureau of Investigation detailed multiple instances of forced sexual intercourse Watson had with the victim in exchange for certain privileges“It was a very difficult type of case because of the subject matter” Christina M Wenko Golden Valley County state’s attorney said “We heard 5 days of difficult testimony and multiple hours of video interviews between the victim and police The jury made their decision and our focus is always to do right by the victim”Herauf originally ruled Watson’s sentences would run concurrentStark County State’s Attorney Tom Henning explained how under the original ruling and North Dakota law Watson would serve no less than 30 years minus any time accrued for good behavior before being eligible for paroleUnder the original sentencing Watson wouldn’t appear before the parole board until 2041 with good behavior He would be 75 years old The reconsideration of sentencing could see Watson released sooner if the North Dakota Department of Corrections feels he is no longer a threat Tighter sanctions plus a more assertive approach at sea could dial up tensions at a time when fragile diplomacy between North and South Korea has gained momentum. “There is no doubt we all have to do more, We haven’t done that in the past,09 million barrels and BP at 3. gross misconduct and highhandedness,com.
the stage began in Cranbrook and finished in Barnstaple.