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Yet Anti, who is facing a tough re-election bid this November, Minn. has organized a golf event Saturday morning at King’s Walk A tour of Central High School will begin at 3 pm Saturday Meet at the door across from the Herald on North Fourth Street There is a website wwwcentral61com for all who are interested The reunion contact person is Mike McNamee at (701) 740-1513 or mcnameemike@gmailcomChaska MN- 96 formerly of Grand Forks died Sunday March 25 at Auburn Manor Chaska Celebration of Life Service: May 27 2012 at United Church of Christ (Federated Church) Grand Forks time to be announced and a memorial service is also being held Sunday April 1 in Sorrento Italy Its safe to say that Kansas Gov Sam Brownback sees a potential president every morning when he shaves and straightens his tie His 2008 bid for the White House went nowhere but that doesnt mean there wont be a do-over in his future But he has hit a bump even before getting started: On Friday morning the Kansas Supreme Court surprising no one ruled unanimously that the state is failing to provide enough money to educate public school students This issue has been around for years (as you can read in the courts opinion [pdf]) But Brownback made it his own when he championed deeper cuts to recession-strapped school budgets to help pay for one of the most ambitious tax-cutting agendas in the country Between the recession and the tax cuts the basic allocation per student in Kansas has dropped from more than $4400 to less than $3900 In Fridays opinion the justices declined to say what the right amount is instead instructing a lower court to make the determination Any significant move back toward previous levels will burst the tight seams of the budget currently under construction in the state legislature in Topeka The local politics of this will be intense Brownback used his State of the State address to warn the court to stay away from budget matters "This is the peoples business done by the peoples house through the wonderfully untidy but open for all to see business of appropriations" he declared Some Republican lawmakers have argued that elected officials should simply ignore the courts ruling What gives the story a national twist is that Brownbacks priorities come straight from the GOPs fiscal conservative playbook By making tax cuts his first priority Brownback argues he is creating a climate of new investment in Kansaswhich will ultimately produce a broader tax base and restored funding for public priorities In other words cut taxes now stimulate economic growth and watch the revenue roll in tomorrow Brownback supporters argue that he is starting to get results As the recession fades state tax revenues are beginning to pick up they sayenough to pay for Brownbacks all-day kindergarten proposal That experiment will be short-circuited if the legislature is forced to find perhaps more than $400 million in school fundingleaving Brownback with significantly less to run on Contact us at editors@timecomKathmandu:Nepal prime minister KP Sharma Oli on Monday left for China where he will hold talks with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang and is expected to sign major infrastructure projects to further deepen bilateral ties Oli during his first official visit to the neighbouring country since his re-election will spend six days with his high-level delegation File image of Nepal’s Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli Reuters During the visit Prime Minister Oli is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with his Chinese counterpart Li and address a Nepal-China Business Forum and think-tanks in Beijing Himalayan Times reported The two countries will sign some agreements and memorandum of understandings (MoUs) it said Bilateral discussions will be held and MoUs signed on matters relating to infrastructure development investment energy tourism among other sectors under China’s ambitious ‘one belt one road’ initiative said Foreign Secretary Shanker Das Bairagi "The major objective of the visit is to further deepen bilateral relations and cooperation" he said Prime Minister Oli is also scheduled to visit Lhasa the capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region of China where he will meet with the provincial leaders The Prime Minister and the delegation will return home on 24 June On Sunday he consulted former prime ministers Sher Bahadur Deuba Pushpa Kamal Dahal Madhav Kumar Nepal Jhala Nath Khanal and Baburam Bhattarai During consultations Oli said Nepal’s bilateral relations with China would reach a new height after his visit the report said Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali had said that during the visit efforts would be made to seek China’s assistance for laying transmission lines to enhance bilateral cooperation in the energy sector and to prepare detailed project report of the railway lines to be built from Keirung to Kathmandu and from Kathmandu to Pokhara with Chinese assistance the report added Oli is accompanied by Gyawali Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa Minister for Energy Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Raghubir Mahaseth Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister Bishnu Rimal among others with registration at 6:30 p." 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