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New York, the department announced Wednesday. looking at Meghans new bit of bling, then thisll probably get you even more. you have to dig by hand,D. Terry Entzminger needs nearly 30 employees to operate his 850-head dairy with corresponding grain farm About a third of his workforce comes from his family and a third from locals For the other third he relies on foreign labor from a variety of sources The H2A program the Hegers use doesn’t work well for Entzminger H2A he explains is for seasonal work and milking cows "is the same on Christmas Day as it is on the Fourth of July" He’s had people on H2A visas work on the grain side of his operation but on the dairy side he relies on other programsJ1 visas allow people to come to the US as part of work-and-study-based exchange visitor programs and TN visas a part of the North American Free Trade Agreement allow professionals in certain occupations from Canada and Mexico to come to the US to work in prearranged business activitiesEntzminger has had veterinarians or veterinarians in training among other professionals come to work for him while on J1 or TN visas While they may not be qualified to become a veterinarian in the US due to different requirements they are highly qualified to work on the dairy pulling or treating calves and getting IVs started Entzminger says They get valuable experience and Entzminger gets qualified and reliable labor"They play an important role" he says "It’s your night shift It’s your 2 am"He’s heard that 78 percent of dairy products use foreign labor to get to market"We count on foreign labor" he says Changes to the nation’s immigration program that would make it harder for agricultural workers to come here "would cripple the dairy industry"Outside of worker visa programs Entzminger says he has had a substantial number of foreign-born employees who come looking for jobs His bookkeeper checks their paperwork to make sure everything is in order and they go to work Many such employees have stayed with him for yearsMore South African workersWhile Mexico supplies by far the largest number of workers to fill the US needs a growing number come from South Africa The number of South Africans coming to the US under H2A visas has gone from zero in 1997 to 2335 in 2016Weygandt says farming in South Africa is a hard way to make a living both because of the intense manual labor and the lingering problems with racism"There’s not really an easy future for them in farming" he saysFor those who can afford the process coming to the US can be a way to make "easy money" Weygandt explains that the exchange rate means money made in the US is worth more than 12 times as much in South AfricaHeger says bringing South African workers to the US has nothing to do with finding cheap labor Her farm pays at least the lowest allowable rate $1379 in North Dakota but often pays far more than that if they get the same workers back year after year with invaluable knowledge and experience Plus the Hegers have to pay to get their workers here and back and for their living expensesProblems to addressWhile many parts of the work visa programs are working there are problems that those in agriculture wish could be addressedHeger would like to see more flexibility in the H2A program including allowing workers to stay in the US longer allowing multi-year contracts allowing employees to work for multiple employers and allowing workers to move among statesWeygandt wishes the process cost less For South Africans it’s often the "rich" farmers who can come to the US while it’s cost prohibitive for some of the poorer farmers who need the workEntzminger would be in favor of a "blue card" proposal in which immigrant workers who show that they are working paying taxes and staying out of trouble would have legal status to stay in the USEntzminger says more Americans should be thanking the people who come to this country to work on farms and ranches rather than shaming them"We should be more grateful and far less ‘shame on you’" he saysWhile foreign laborers have become known for their work ethic which is part of the reason they find work on US farms Entzminger says his employees have substantial smarts as well"If we’d build universities instead of a wall we’d all be better off" he saysHeger advises anyone considering hiring foreign labor to find someone who already is and get some tips on making it work"It’s not something that everybody does well" she says There are cultural barriers and language barriers that can make such arrangements difficultBut she says the people who come to work in agriculture are not looking to make "a quick buck and go home" Rather they are coming to learn and in doing so invest time and money in local communities"They’re here to contribute" she says "Not just to take away from those who live here"The previous day, which at times smelled like sewage. and various intersections along 32nd Avenue South from Interstate 29 to 20th Street. In all four projects.

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even when the government has pledged to end the reign of Boko Haram soon. at Molai General Area of Maiduguri, Eleanor Bell from the Weather Company told the Sun: "It is expected to turn more unsettled with wetter and windier conditions from mid-week as the jet stream shifts further south although this change is currently expected to be temporary with high pressure and settled conditions expected to return the following week. as well as art."From 4:36 pm. the Vadnais Heights City Council thought we had a terrorist cell in our city based on the hype created by the sheriff’s department" said Mayor Bob FletcherFletcher said believes the department overreacted to a comment made by an autistic 13-year-old boy Wednesday Feb 28 at the Academy for Science and Agriculture’s Maplewood campus Responding to the call of a concerned parent the department obtained a warrant to search the boy’s Vadnais Heights home Friday where officers seized guns and ammunition and arrested the boy and his parentsChristopher Stowe 41 and his wife Lisa Stowe 40 were taken into custody on suspicion of negligent storage of a firearm a gross misdemeanor that means a loaded firearm was stored in a location where the owner knows a child under the age of 18 can access itThe boy was held for allegedly making terroristic threatsRamsey County Sheriff Jack Serier held a news conference shortly before 5 pm Friday touting the department’s actions as "a potential tragedy that was averted"The boy’s grandfather Mark Stowe has maintained that his grandson meant nothing by the comment and that the guns in the home were legal properly stored and part of a four-generation collection He said he has hired a lawyer and is planning to sue the county"My family is in jail because of an overzealous sheriff" he said in a phone interview Saturday from California where he traveled to help care for his terminally ill sister "My son daughter-in-law and grandson’s civil liberties have been violated and we intend to sue for damages" he saidThe sheriff’s department said the Stowes would remain in custody through the weekend"We’re just not in a position to comment on any more outside of the details Sheriff Serier provided yesterday" said department spokesperson Rebecca Sherman "Our deputies are working diligently to conduct a thorough investigation"Sherman would not comment on specifics such as whether guns found in the home were loadedFletcher who was the Ramsey County sheriff from 1995 to 2011 has been critical of the department’s leadership in the past"When the file is released I’ll be very interested in reviewing the techniques and practices that led to the arrest" he said Fletcher felt it was unusual to arrest parents for such a minor charge "Usually the case is investigated and the guns are seized Then the case is presented to the attorneys prior to bringing charges" he saidThe city contracts with the sheriff’s department for police services Fletcher said that while he doesn’t have any authority over how the department conducts business he could urge the city council to sever the contractHe said the department gave him and the Vadnais Heights City Council little time to prepare"We expect timely information and in this particular case we did not receive it It wasn’t until 4:36 pm that we found out which was just before the press conference" Fletcher saidStowe and Fletcher said they do not fault the school"The school does work with autistic kids" Stowe said "They did a fantastic job handling this thing It was settled until the sheriffs got involved"Stowe said the school had chosen to suspend his grandson for two days to help him understand that his comments were inappropriate After the school sent out a letter to parents advising them of the situation and assuring them that there was no danger a concerned parent alerted the policeFletcher said the school followed protocol "We have great confidence in how the school handled this"The Stowes will have their first appearance in the Ramsey County Courthouse on MondayMeanwhile the Ward County Historical Society president said the judge’s decision could mean the destruction of historical buildings and artifacts President Davie Leite said he does not know yet whether the historical society will appeal the decision to the state Supreme CourtSouthwest District Court Judge Rhonda Ehlis ruled Thursday Aug 2 that the State Fair Association owns the land under the museum and can revoke its permission for most of the buildings in the museum to remain Ehlis ruled that two of the buildings the Butler Building and the Ward County Courthouse can remain under the terms of a 1966 agreement and the State Fair will have to file or continue an eviction action to have those two buildings removed"We actually are pleased with the judge’s decision and we look forward to working with Ward County Historical Society on a process to begin their transition off the Fairgrounds in a way that best suits both organizations" Korslien said FridayKorslien said she would be willing to personally approach community organizations personally and try to help the historical society find help to move the museumLeite said Friday that relocating historic buildings is costly as shown by the hefty price tag when the Home Sweet Home building was relocated in Minot and the museum has no funding available for building relocation or to purchase land"The members of the Ward County Historical Society are disappointed in the findings of the Order for Declaratory Judgement" Leite said in a written statement "We still believe we have a right to stay here interpreting the history of the residents of Ward County and NW North Dakota How we are going to proceed is still not decided but the 5000 plus people coming through our gates during the State Fair and telling us to keep up the good work is certainly an incentive But to continue we need more than just encouragement We certainly don’t have the means to move to a new location and some of the historical buildings would be severely damaged if we could move In order to survive we will need the financial support of people in the community"Leite said the members of the historical society will likely discuss their legal options at their September meeting The two sides have 60 days to appeal the decision Ehlis issued her judgment six months after a civil trial that was held in JanuaryThere has been a long-running battle over the museum The State Fair Association at one point said it wants to construct a convention center on the grounds and build a parking lot or access road on the site where the museum is now locatedThe historical society has consistently refused to move and has maintained it has a right to remain under the terms of a 1966 agreement between the the fair association and the Northwest Agricultural Livestock and Fair Association that states "the North Dakota State Fair Association will allow the Northwest North Dakota Historical Society to maintain and operate its building located on the fair grounds" Thirteen buildings were moved onto the museum grounds between 1952 and 1994 with the knowledge of the State Fair Association and without any formal objectionThe case ended up in court in 2013 after talks between the two sides broke down and the State Fair Association served the historical society with an eviction notice in December 2013 I just want to see it open." said Don Pereira,"A lot of work goes into delivering fresh produce to grocers,m. Benjamin said"Generally I have four full-timers on every day" he said "It’s just an all-day process"Like I tell everyone there is always something to do in the produce section"On the sea in the airBananas travel the farthest distance to get to stores in North Dakota Leiseth and Busta both saidThe bananas are picked unripened and green before being labeled and bunched They then are placed into temperature-controlled containers to be shipped on barges to ports in the South or along the East CoastOnce they reach the ports they are put in a room into which natural ethylene gas is pumped This helps the bananas ripen for customers"You actually take their temperatures three times a day" Busta said of the gassing processFinally they are shipped to distribution centers which send them out to grocers across the countryBlackberries raspberries and blueberries are flown in from other countries because they have a shorter shelf-life Busta saidThose are just some of the examples of how technology has allowed shippers to bring fruit year-round to different parts of the country but it wasn’t always like that Leiseth said Even 10 years ago there were seasons for certain fruits like strawberries grapes and blueberries "You go back 50 years the availability of produce has completely changed" he said "Today strawberries are grown everywhere and they are available almost 52 weeks out of the year"Because of advancements in refrigeration those fruits are for the most part available all year Busta said"It used to be we didn’t have that stuff year-round" she said of fruits like blueberries "Now we are kind of spoiled"Like other grocers Hugo’s has a rotation of locations that provide produce to the store Busta said For example citrus fruit like oranges sometimes come from South Africa but in November they will be able to tap California for navel oranges"That’s the best kind of orange" she saidThe majority of vegetables come from California she said but Hugo’s tries to buy as much local produce as possible That includes pumpkins gourds corn onions and Red River Valley potatoes They also can tap Minnesota for apples including honeycrispHornbacher’s does that as well Leiseth saidEveryday accessHugo’s receives shipments six days a week and Hornbacher’s has trucks coming in daily Hornbacher’s in Grand Forks gets about 1000 pounds of bananas a day Leiseth saidThey are given a quality check before being carted onto the floor Workers rotate the produce placing the newer product in the back of the shelves while moving the older produce to the front or off the shelves if it is unsellable he said"The key to it is to always be turning it" Busta saidWith few exceptions it isn’t any more difficult to have produce shipped to North Dakota than other states Busta said The weather in the growing states has the largest impact on prices and supplyDespite all of the work there are some perks Grocers get to design colorful displays that are filled with what Benjamin described as "the smells of summer""It’s like artwork once you get your colors" Busta saidBusta said people often don’t think about how produce gets from the field to the table but there definitely is a complex process behind it all she added"Getting people to realize the variety of produce that is available today really is a logistics marvel when you think about getting fresh fruit that was grown half a country or half a world away" Leiseth said "We have access to it every day"The tweet which was posted about 1 pm on Monday May 24 boasted that the tweeter and a fellow climber "did this cool thing last night where we appeared on top of the Fargo Theatre last night"The posting contained identifying information including the tweeter’s name and Twitter handle as well as images that clearly showed the faces of two men next to the theater’s familiar "Fargo" signThe tweet came to the attention of the theater’s management which filed a complaint to the Fargo Police Department The posting has since been deletedDeputy Police Chief Joe Anderson said Friday that an investigation had been launched and he said charges of criminal trespass could be filed in the case

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