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Senator Ademola Adeleke, but nobody called me inform me about the development, Rev. equity and fairness as well as monitor ethics of transparency in public governance.""Art is a lot like life,"He had the uncanny ability to convey his love of nature and to distill things down to their essence, That’s because Hakala,S. Hakala wrote that she’s always loved a "good adventure or a new challenge" both of which clearly presented by a meteorology gig in one of the planet’s most extreme environmentsHakala found out that she’d got the job—which is based through the National ScienceFoundation and the US Antarctic Program—before her May graduation She spent her summer working with the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project a program of the state water commission and office of the state engineer and getting things squared away to move to the deep deep southThat preparation work included finalizing work with doctors and dentists as well as a psychology examination By the end of it she had been cleared as physically qualified and deemed "officially ready to deploy" to Antarctica where Hakala notes the average winter temperature is a balmy negative 76 degreesThe main research function of her new home is astrophysics she says with some of the world’s most powerful telescopes on-hand and pointed at the skies above The base’s population is only about 40 in the winter months with a summer high of 150 people Many of those are support staff—a number that includes Hakala—who keep the lights on and the water unfrozen for research to continue Day-to-day life on the South Pole isn’t entirely alien to Hakala who says the experience sort of reminds her of being a college freshman one who perhaps also lives on a ship"We all have small but cozy rooms in little wings with shared bathrooms that we all take turns cleaning every week" she writesThe crew is largely unplugged in that wifi and cell phone service are nonexistent Residents have about 8-10 hours of internet access provided daily through satellite networks Hakala says which is about enough to make calls home and check up on email and social media The lack of constant connection opens up opportunities to learn more about the base and its residents a feature Hakala has found compellingAnd like a true resident of the north she has made the most of her environment despite its often-harsh nature—perhaps leaving little excuse for people back home not to do the same"Another part of everyday life here is trying to get outside every day despite the cold" Hakala writes "It is so peaceful and beautiful out and great for skiing and other outdoor activities"They spent the holidays last year planning and attending a funeral for John Korby a 36-year-old father of six who was fatally shot on the Fond du Lac Reservation in Cloquet on Dec 23His killer 34-year-old Wayne Joseph Bosto was supposed to be a friend said the victim’s mother Gail Korby who is dreading the first full winter and holiday season since her son’s death"They say we’re supposed to live day-by-day" she told a judge Friday Oct 6 "but these day-by-days have been such a struggle"About two-dozen family members and friends filled one side of the Carlton County courtroom for Bosto’s sentencing hearing A few carried a large fabric banner containing a blown-up photo of Korby through the courthouse hallsBosto who pleaded guilty in July to intentional second-degree murder received a guideline sentence of 35 years from 6th Judicial District Judge Robert MacaulayThe hearing was fairly routine — the prison term was mutually recommended under the plea agreement reached between Bosto and the Carlton County Attorney’s Office — but several family members delivered emotional victim-impact statementsJames Korby told the court that his brother loved his six children and his entire family"John was a warrior" James Korby said "He was always trying his best and fighting through his struggles in life the best he could"Gail Korby said she could never understand or forgive Bosto for his actions She wondered what could have led him to turn the gun on his friend — adding that his actions destroyed two families"For the rest of your family I’m sorry they have to go through this" she said "Our families are close I think about your mom and your dad every day"Bosto admitted at his plea hearing that he fatally shot John Korby inside a residence at 1787 Wolf Ridge Road in Cloquet just two days before Christmas He acknowledged that he shot Korby with intent during an argument but said he couldn’t recall what it was about or how many times he fired the weaponPolice said two other people were in another room at the time and recalled hearing five gunshots One witness entered the room and reported seeing Bosto standing over Korby with a pistol and firing a round at the victim’s headBosto who had both meth and marijuana in his system was arrested a short time later when responding officers found him walking down a nearby road Rainna Korby the oldest of John Korby’s six children said in a letter read aloud to the court that she learned of her father’s death while en route to see him at a Duluth hospital after she learned of the shooting"I couldn’t make it in time" she said "It was like a really bad dream I couldn’t even begin to tell you how I felt"She said her dad would be proud of her — in the nine months since his death she graduated from high school moved into her own place and has a baby on the way"I can’t tell my dad that he was going to be a grandpa" she wroteIn another letter 15-year-old Rateah Korby told the court that she and her siblings each have a "piece of them missing"She said her dad used to send her a text message every day just to tell her she’s beautiful or remind her that he loved her"There is never going to be another call another ‘I love you’ another hug" she said in the letter to the courtBosto looked straight ahead as the statements were read displaying no apparent emotion He declined comment before receiving the sentenceMacaulay last week denied Bosto’s request to withdraw the plea rejecting his claim that he was under "extreme emotional distress" brought on by the potential of a first-degree murder indictmentThe 426-month sentence is a guideline term for Bosto who had numerous prior felony convictions He must serve at least two-thirds of the sentence — nearly 24 years — in prison before he is eligible for supervised releaseCarlton County prosecutor Jeffrey Boucher and defense attorney Kevin Cornwell both simply urged the judge to accept the agreement noting that nothing would bring Korby back"You can see the damage this has caused to the families and to the community" Boucher said "I’m inspired by their resilience We’re seeing the seeds of healing but there is no sentence that can fill the holes in their hearts left by Mr Bosto" where a writer thanks her "for calling out ignorant so-called public servants like Rod Blum of Iowa.m.

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