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Fire Department has awarded $80000 in scholarships over the next four years to students in Marshall Kittson and Roseau counties officials have announcedThe scholarships are part of the 2015 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant that was awarded to the Hallock Fire Department to recruit and retain volunteers in the fire serviceStudent-recipients sponsored by local fire departments each received a $285 scholarship The department and scholarship recipients are as follows Argyle: Alec Deschene Jordan Urbaniak Logan Riopelle and Olivia Riopelle; Grygla: Megan Thompson and Erin Monson; Hallock: Alex Vagel Austin Vagel Matthew Bakken Kennedy Klein Nicole Schuler Skyler Slusar Jackson Soliah and Nicole Kraska; Karlstad: Michael Steien and Dariann Wikstrom; Lake Bronson: Spencer Billings Summer Billings and Mackenzie Bergeron; Lancaster: Jackson Peterson; Middle River: Amanda Gram; Newfolden: Cade Moen and Ty Warne; Stephen: Jenna Grandstrand Rachel Weberg Kalen Szcepanski and Kaitlyn Sundby; Warren: Hunter Roller Molly Roller Joshua Berglund and Stephanie Jorgenson; and Warroad: Logan Bender and Zackary Erickson The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community southwest of the Twin Cities has awarded $5000 to Grand Forks Public Schools to purchase school supplies and gym uniforms activity fee assistance and reduced-price bus tickets for Native American studentsSince opening its gaming operation in the 1990s the sovereign Indian tribe has donated almost $300 million to regional organizations and causesMore than 90 middle and high school students in Grand Forks Public Schools’ Helping Hands youth volunteer program provided almost 4000 hours of community service during the summer of 2017 the school system has reportedThe eight-week program offers students the opportunity to take part in service learning which helps them build leadership communication and empathy skills said Sarah Shimek character education and prevention coordinator for Grand Forks Public SchoolsEach summer the Helping Hands program begins with instruction that focuses on character traits attitudes and behaviors volunteer opportunities interest surveys and discovering authentic community needsThen students are assigned as volunteers to work in local agencies such as thrift stores non-profit daycares nursing home facilities schools homeless shelters and parksOver 16 years Helping Hands youth volunteers have contributed more than 82000 hours of community service to the greater Grand Forks areaTill a 14-year-old visiting from Chicago was murdered after he was accused of whistling at and making sexual advances toward a white woman Carolyn Bryant during an interaction at Bryant’s grocery store in Money Miss The teen was kidnapped Aug 28 1955 and was tortured and shot His mangled body was found days later in the Tallahatchie RiverThe book "The Blood of Emmett Till" by historian Timothy Tyson includes the first-known interview with Bryant during which she conceded that Till had not come on to her sexually – a disclosure that directly contradicted her testimony six decades earlier when she told a jury that Till grabbed her by the waist and uttered obscenities"That part’s not true" Bryant told Tyson according to the book "Nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him"The release of Tyson’s book in January 2017 reignited interest in the federal investigation into the case which put a spotlight on racial violence and galvanized the civil rights movement The book also spurred speculation about whether Bryant – now known as Carolyn Donham – could face chargesThe Washington Post was unable to reach Donham who is now in her 80s and lives in Raleigh North Carolina The Associated Press reported that a man who answered the door at her home told a reporter: "We don’t want to talk to you"Donham’s former husband Roy Bryant and her brother-in-law JW Milam were prosecuted for Till’s death An all-white jury acquitted them after just over an hour of deliberation – but the two later told a journalist that they had killed Till They died without being convictedFederal and state officials have reinvestigated the case in recent decades but none of the probes have resulted in new charges The case was closed in 2007In March a year after Tyson’s book was published the Justice Department told Congress in a report that the investigation into Till’s death has been reopened "after receiving new information" The report with a title bearing the name of laws inspired by Till’s death did not specify what new information investigators have and did not share other detailsThe Justice Department declined to comment Thursday after the Associated Press first reported the investigation has been reopened Airicka Gordon-Taylor Till’s cousin and executive director of the Mammie Till Mobley Foundation (named after the teen’s mother) declined to comment on how the disclosures in Tyson’s book may affect the investigation but said the family has been kept in the loop by investigators"This is no surprise to members of the family" Gordon-Taylor said "The family is aware of the ongoing investigation"During a 2017 interview with The Post a different Till cousin who was at the grocery store during the 1955 interaction with Carolyn Bryant said the new disclosures in Tyson’s book were what he had "been praying for""It’s a prayer come true for her to recant" the cousin Wheeler Parker said of Donham’s admission to Tyson "That lie probably cost Emmett his life"Deborah Watts also a Till cousin said she did not know that Congress had received a report saying the investigation has been reopened until an AP reporter contacted her this week"We were always hoping for a renewal of the investigation" she said declining to comment about the case "I definitely don’t want to do anything that would impede their progress or their process We just hope that justice will prevail"Tyson who did not immediately respond to requests for comment received a copy of Donham’s unpublished memoir "More Than a Wolf Whistle: The Memoir of Carolyn Bryant Donham" which he gave to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill library under the restriction that it not be released until 2036 or upon Donham’s deathIn 2004 the Justice Department was asked to consider prosecuting other subjects who may have been involved in Till’s slaying The FBI reopened the investigation and Till’s body was exhumed in 2005 But officials later decided it had no jurisdiction because the statute of limitations had already expired on potential federal crimesIn 2007 the case was referred to the state prosecutor for Mississippi’s 4th Judicial District but a grand jury declined to issue new chargesThe reopening of the investigation marks the first official development in the case since it was closed in December 2007Rep Bobby Rush a Democratic congressman who represents the Illinois district where Till was buried and where his mother lived urged Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reopen the case last year after the book was published"I am glad to see the federal government following through on this request This case is not only critically important for the role it played in sparking the Civil Rights movement but so that Emmett and his family receive the justice that is owned to them It is vital that everyone – both victims and perpetrators – knows that heinous crimes of this nature will never go unpunished" Rush said in a statement ThursdayThe Rev Jesse Jackson went on Twitter on Thursday morning saying that the United States must pass an anti-lynching law in memory of Till and other black men women and children who had been lynchedAs The Post’s Erin B Logan reported lawmakers have tried numerous times to address lynching on a federal level None of their efforts have been successful according to anti-lynching legislation introduced this year by three black senatorsIf the Justice for Victims of Lynching Act of 2018 passes lynching would finally become a federal crime Logan reportedTill was severely beaten before he was shot in the head A metal fan used to gin cotton was attached to his neck with barbed wire His decomposed mutilated body was pulled from the river days later weighed down by the fanPhotographs of Till’s corpse shown to the world in an open coffin at the insistence of his mother became some of the most consequential images of racial violence against African Americans Till’s body was taken to Chicago where thousands waited in line to see him—This article was written by Kristine Phillips and Erin B Logan both are reporters for The Washington Post human resources officer with Marvin Windows and Doors. killing a village head.

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