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The South Dakota Department of Public Safety would not release the total number of fatalities in 2017,Reporters Dave Olson and Caitlynn Peetz contributed to this story just as they read on the pages of newspapers, addressing the issue of unemployment and creation as well as redistribution of wealth.Drodofsky’s first court appearance on the felony charge is April 19 in the Kandiyohi County Courthouse with court documents stating she was driving a vehicle with an expired registration.

“Which means a day will come, Kano, however, Cohen and Daniels,Its bad news for wine aficionados, will take about 2p off each pint.C. where the names of fallen officers are engraved in stoneThere with pencil and paper Jason Moszer made a rubbing of the name of Frederick Alderman the only other Fargo police officer shot and killed at workNext year Jason Moszer’s name will be added to the memorial The sad irony of this isn’t lost on Rachel Moszer who keeps the rubbing tucked away in a binder More prominently displayed is the Medal of Honor posthumously awarded to her 33-year-old husband "It’s the highest award that people can get and Jason died doing what he loved" she said her voice wavering with emotion "Jason lived a life of service"Jason Moszer’s service was not just the six years he spent on the Fargo Police Department but also military deployments to Bosnia and Iraq as a medic with the Minnesota National Guard His service continued in death with the donation of his organs his 34-year-old wife saidHis major organs all found recipients including two men in North Dakota: a 46-year-old who received his heart and a 59-year-old who received his liver"I just felt like something positive had to come out of this horrible situation" she said "Knowing that he’s still living on in others is kind of comforting"Before Jason Moszer was taken off life support on Feb 11 an outpouring of family friends and fellow officers came to the hospital to grieve and say goodbyeMoszer said the ordeal was especially hard on her kids 11-year-old Dillan and 9-year-old Jolee who were losing their stepdad "They haven’t really been around death a lot" their mom saidBefore Jason Moszer’s body was taken away to have his organs removed a nurse positioned him so that his wife could be next to him a final time "She wrapped his arms around me" Moszer said "And I just laid there for like five hours with him before they took him to the operating room"Since that goodbye life’s unrelenting pace has continued for her family with her daughter’s gymnastics meets her son’s taekwondo practices and all the other errands of a single mom "It’s been a blur at times" she saidLast week she returned to work as a nurse at Essentia Health The structure of a regular schedule has helped her feel some normalcy but staying focused has been difficult"Sometimes it’s just a fleeting thought sometimes it’s a song that comes on the radio sometimes it’s a memory somebody posted on Facebook that just kind of sets you off again" she saidMoszer said she’s intent on not letting her grief hold her back "I’m trying really hard not to get stuck in a moment or stuck in the past but think about what Jason would want me to do" she said adding that he’d want her to move forward be happy and know that he’s in a better placeFor her the loss of the man she married in 2013 has been made a little easier to bear by the support the community has given her and her family The funeral at Scheels Arena in south Fargo the blue lightbulbs glowing outside homes the flowers the fundraisers the well-wishes: "None of it has gone unnoticed" she saidThe man who killed Jason Moszer was 49-year-old Marcus Schumacher who took his own life after a police sniper shot him twice in the right arm authorities said Though Rachel Moszer doesn’t want to dwell on Schumacher and his senseless act"I just want to remember Jason and what his life meant and what he did for the community" she saidDenise Carol Waldvogel 47 of Osakis was charged late last year with felony theft by swindle for taking an estimated $42300 from the Osakis Creamery Association Her husband Curtis Dale Waldvogel 45 was charged with felony credit card fraud on March 1 and two drug-related counts on Feb 1 — third-degree possession of meth and fifth-degree possession of marijuanaA 42-year-old Frazee woman Tammy Lynn Popoe who was living at the Waldvogels’ residence in Osakis was charged late last year with possessing nearly 18 ounces of meth a first-degree felonyDuring the swindle investigation Osakis police learned that Curtis Waldvogel allegedly used one of the creamery’s Menards credit cards over a two-year period beginning in August of 2014 to purchase items without permission In all Waldvogel is accused of making 33 unauthorized transactions at Menards totaling $633496On Dec 15 2016 the Osakis Police Department issued a search warrant at the Waldvogels’ house to seize any illegally obtained merchandiseAn officer met Popoe in an upstairs hallway and later found a meth pipe containing burned residue on a nightstand in an upstairs bedroom After a dispatcher informed officers that an active warrant had been issued for Popoe she was taken into custodyAfter resuming the search Osakis Police Chief Chad Gulbranson saw Curtis Waldvogel loading a gun case and a small cooler into the back of a pickup truck When asked to open them up Waldvogel was reluctant to open the cooler and repeatedly said there was nothing in it according to the complaintHe eventually opened the cooler and Gulbranson found four vacuum-packed bags believed to contain about 466 grams or about a pound of marijuanaBased on the discovery of drugs police obtained a second search warrant to look for controlled substances and found more marijuana and meth belonging to Curtis Waldvogel and PopoeCurtis Waldvogel is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court on March 13 An omnibus hearing for Denise Waldvogel is scheduled for March 31 Both Waldvogels were released from jail after posting bailAn omnibus hearing for Popoe is scheduled for March 23 She remains in custody at the Douglas County Jail they visited the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, they want to stay here to thank the community that has helped them get back on their feet.” said Gary Burton of C&M Ford.

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We hope that this honour will spur you to do more”." said Wilson. either to the next big thing or back home to Arkansas." her father," Sanders said,H. a close friend to Sessions during their time in the legislatureTrump began in June to publicly blame Sessions for the trouble he was facing On the morning of June 5 Trump criticized the Justice Department for devising a "politically correct" version of his travel ban ignoring the fact that he had signed the executive order for the revised version and called on the department to seek a "much tougher version"Behind the scenes the strain between Sessions and Trump was becoming untenable At one point shortly before the president traveled to the Middle East in late May Sessions offered to resign according to a White House officialTrump turned it down The president made clear to Sessions how disappointed he was in his recusal decision but indicated he still had faith in him The moment passedOn June 12 Sessions attended a Cabinet meeting in which nearly every member praised the president Sessions used his chance to speak up to talk about policy and detail how the Justice Department was going after the violent MS-13 gang and illegal immigration He said it was "an honor to serve you in that regard"Trump nodded and called the efforts "a great success""You’re right Jeff thank you very much" Trump saidBut people familiar with the relationship say that for Trump policy is not the issue and that he is consumed with a feeling of vulnerability on Russia That was evident the next day June 13 when Sessions testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee While Sessions aggressively pushed back on any suggestion that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia his appearance riled Trump who closely monitored it on cable television according to people close to the presidentFor Trump Sessions’ testimony was a reminder that the attorney general could do nothing for him on Russia other than answer lawmakers’ questions; he was no longer a useful allyFive weeks later in an interview with the New York Times Trump’s hostility exploded into public view He told a group of reporters that if he had known Sessions would recuse himself he would never have chosen him as attorney generalTrump’s tirade continued for days on Twitter where he pronounced Sessions "beleaguered" and "very weak"; at a news conference in the Rose Garden with the Lebanese prime minister where the president described himself as "disappointed" in Sessions; and in the Wall Street Journal where he mocked Sessions’ loyalty to him during the campaign saying he just liked the large crowds at rallies"I appointed a man to a position and then shortly after he gets the position he recused himself" Trump told the Wall Street Journal "I said ‘What’s that all about Why didn’t you tell me that you were going to do that And I wouldn’t have appointed you’ "Peter Wehner a former adviser to President George W Bush and senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center a conservative think tank said "it’s very rare for a president to lash out at a Cabinet member like Trump has been doing""We’ve never seen anything that’s reached this level of contempt – this twisting in the wind the knife going in and out in and out over and over again" Wehner saidTrump has told aides and friends that if former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani had been the attorney general the situation would not be as dire But they have responded that Giuliani would be nearly impossible to confirm in the Senate because of his foreign business entanglements"The problem for Trump is: Who would be attorney general if not Sessions" said Mark Krikorian the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies which advocates restrictions on immigration"Judge Jeanine" Krikorian asked referring to Fox News host Jeanine PirroIn recent days several White House officials including former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and counsel Donald McGahn have gently advised Trump that firing Sessions would have sweeping and unpredictable consequences for his presidency both on the investigative and political fronts And Republican lawmakers along with conservative organizations including Breitbart News have rallied to the attorney general’s defenseWhile Trump has listened to his aides’ arguments they have not been able to curb the president’s rage – and officials have kept their heads downTwo key Sessions allies in the West Wing – senior policy adviser Stephen Miller and deputy chief of staff Rick Dearborn who worked for Sessions in the Senate – have avoided becoming caught in the drama and instead have focused on their own responsibilities"They’re making clear that while they will always be close to Sessions they’re Trump guys now" said one White House official describing the dynamic "It’s what they have to do in this environment The president is not going to change his mind and Stephen and Rick know that if they spoke up it wouldn’t do much"White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon who had been the early conduit in connecting Trump and his advisers with Sessions has been an advocate for the attorney general whenever the topic comes up inside and outside the White House"But Steve is in a delicate position where he can’t put everything on the line to save him" said one White House official "So they have a good relationship but it’s not like Steve is able to be vocal" A second official said Bannon talks up Sessions to his friends on the right outside of the White House which they said is one way he can boost Sessions without engaging in potentially risky White House warfareWhile part of Trump’s lore is the persona of a quick-to-dismiss executive cultivated on NBC’s "The Apprentice" the president has a history of brooding and grousing at length without making uncomfortable decisionsTrump associates say those out of favor can survive During the campaign Corey Lewandowski Trump’s first campaign manager seemed on the verge of dismissal at numerous points in the race But he lasted until June 2016Trump had a falling-out with adviser Roger Stone but Stone has returned to the president’s orbit Some former business enemies such as Steve Wynn are now his friends He scrapped with the late Roger Ailes over Fox News coverage and then eventually brought Ailes into his campaign’s circleSo Sessions is soldiering onHis chief of staff Jody Hunt told Priebus in one of several conversations he has had with him lately that the attorney general had no intention of stepping down according to people familiar with the exchangesOn Thursday Sessions traveled to El Salvador to highlight his work to counter the violent transnational street gang MS-13In San Salvador the attorney general spoke to Tucker Carlson whose Fox News show Trump is known to watch He said that Trump’s personal attacks on him have been "kind of hurtful" but that he understands his feelings "because this has been a big distraction for him"Sessions cited all the things he’s done to push forward the Trump agenda especially his efforts to curb illegal immigration "We share such a common interest there" Sessions saidBut Sessions stood firm on the action that turned the president against him"I’m confident I made the right decision a decision that’s consistent for the rule of law" Sessions said "An attorney general who doesn’t follow the law is not very effective in leading the Department of Justice"Sessions plans to hold a news conference this week on prosecuting national security leaks an issue that animates Trump But he knows his future remains precarious"I serve at the pleasure of the president" Sessions said "If he wants to make a change he can certainly do so and I would be glad to yield in that circumstance no doubt about it"Robert Costa is a national political reporter at The Washington Post? 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