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Featured Image Credit: Instagram the $100m (£75m) Seti project Breakthrough Listen said: "Researchers working on long-distance space transportation have previously suggested that a cigar or needle shape is the most likely architecture for an interstellar spacecraft, of Hoffman, Minn. had driven her vehicle off of a bridge being replaced on Interstate 94 over Lake Latoka near AlexandriaFletcher and his family and noticed a car driving near the construction area but figured it was just a construction worker taking a look As they to closer he quickly realized this was different"We said ‘Oh my gosh oh my gosh this is real’ and pretty soon you saw the brake light and then they flew up in the air a little bit then just disappeared Gone" said FletcherAfter Fletcher pulled over he ran to the scene while his wife called 911"When I got down there I yelled for people to see if anybody was down there The trunk was open and the lights were still on but they were half-submerged in the water You couldn’t see anybody you couldn’t hear anybody Nothing"That’s when he heard Ben Jarvi a Douglas County deputy sheriff from the top of the hill Jarvi brought a life jacket and a rope to go help TosoFletcher was asked to hold on to the rope that was tied around Jarvi’s waist when he swam to save Toso"He was about waist to chest deep in the water and when he got to the front door reached in and said ‘Grab my arm grab my arm’ and he must have unbuckled her that’s all you can figure Then he yelled back and said ‘Go ahead and pull’ so I started pulling them both to shore" Fletcher saidToso had only three to four inches between the water and roof of her vehicle when she was rescued She went to the hospital for the night but left the accident with no injuriesFletcher was surprised by the reaction of the woman who drove her car into the lake"She seemed kind of calm and relaxed I was really surprised by that and when she walked up to me and up the hill a little bit she seemed all there and no problems I can’t believe she wasn’t hurt or anything That was really a shock" Fletcher said"It was so quick you just do what you can to help them out Everybody was good and we just looked at each other and said ‘Wow did this really happen Is this really happening’ Then we had to get farther up the hill to the top of the road and I helped her up She couldn’t get up there because it was slippery and stuff" After the event Fletcher remains grateful for Jarvi’s composure"The deputy was so calm throughout the thing and just did everything perfect Thinking back over and over he did everything he could and never panicked for a minute It was pretty awesome to see"And Fletcher’s thought on potentially being called a hero"I don’t know about all that You just see somebody in trouble and first thought is to help I guess that’s the way I’ve always been I know there are millions of people out there that would do the same thing if they would have seen that I couldn’t imagine not stopping and seeing that she wouldn’t have made it" he saidTimothy Paul Kostal 61 was charged last month with a misdemeanor for careless driving on June 10 2016 the day of the fatal incident Kostal is scheduled for an arraignment at 10 am Monday Aug 28 at the Aitkin County Courthouse If convicted Kostal could face a maximum sentence of 90 days in jail a $1000 fine or bothMargaret Ann Johnson 85 was found dead on the shoulder of Highway 47 about 35 miles east of Aitkin She was found near the end of her driveway by her mailboxBonnie O’Neill Johnson’s daughter said because someone was charged with a crime in the death of her mother the family can start the process of finding closure Johnson’s family isn’t happy with the level of the charge Kostal faces she said but she knows her mother would want her family to forgive Kostal"She taught us always to forgive" O’Neill said "And this is something that it’s very hard to forgive someone (for)"Forgiveness won’t come right away O’Neill said but the family is starting the process of trying to forgive Kostal Johnson was a woman of faith and her church community meant a lot to her she said and with those things comes forgivenessJohnson was an avid Minnesota Twins fan and brought a "Circle Me Bert" sign to a game for her birthday one year Her and her grandchildren made it on TV with their sign O’Neill said which was really exciting for herJohnson was active in her church St James Catholic Church in Aitkin O’Neill said She counted money once a month was in the quilter’s group and served meals for funerals Her volunteer streak extended to Riverwood Healthcare Center in Aitkin where she volunteered in the cafeteria as a cashier It didn’t matter who went through Johnson’s line in the cafeteria she gave everyone a smile and told them to enjoy their mealJohnson greeted people like she had known them forever O’Neill said often with a hug The day she died Johnson was making food for relatives coming to visitAccording to the criminal complaint filed in Aitkin County District Court at about 12:57 pm June 10 2016 a woman called and reported a person had just been hit on Highway 47 About one minute later Kostal called the Aitkin County Sheriff’s Office and reported a woman lying along Highway 47 near the end of a driveway The responding deputy saw a variety of cuts bruises and scratches on Johnson who was pronounced dead at 1:44 pm On June 11 2016 the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office determined Johnson’s cause of death was multiple traumatic injuries due to automobile-pedestrian collisionA Minnesota State Patrol investigator spoke to Kostal who said he saw Johnson lying on the side of the road and drove past her before he stopped He then backed up and got out of his truck to check on Johnson On June 16 2016 Kostal told the investigator he did not think he ran over Johnson but he must haveKostal gave the investigator permission to photograph the tires on his Dodge Ram pickup truck The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension lab determined the tire impressions on the back of Johnson’s pants and shirt are similar in general tread design to the tire from the photosOn June 27 2016 investigators interviewed Kostal He said he did not realize until after speaking with officers he could have backed over Johnson "and expressed remorse at the possibility"The following day Kostal told investigators he continued thinking about what happened to Johnson after seeing a photo of her vehicle He said he "had a sick feeling that I did it"A search warrant was issued for Kostal’s pickup truck The BCA lab determined the largest impression on the back of Johnson’s left pant leg corresponded in general tread design and in general size and spacing to a single area on each of the known tires A second impression on the back of Johnson’s right pant leg and the tire impression on the shirt also corresponded in general to the known tires A tweet from the ex-president’s aide on Wednesday reads: “Joshua Dariye and Bala Ngilari, a former 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The Association of Equipment Manufacturers, and Kubota Tractor Corp. filed a lawsuit against the new law in July just before it was to become effective Its complaint said the bill would "impose unprecedented restrictions" on their business relationships with dealersThe meetings were part of a two-day trip to the Capitol for city leaders coinciding with the North Dakota League of Cities’ "Celebrate Cities Day" with the state Legislature on FridayAmong those visiting the Capitol were representatives from UND Grand Forks city and county government and Grand Forks business leadersDalrymple said he was impressed with Grand Forks’ growth which he called "just the right amount""I think you’re managing your community extremely well and your university" he saidOne state government item he said Grand Forks city leaders should be concerned with is the dropping price of oil which will largely affect one-time funding projects including the city’s water treatment plant which city officials call their No 1 priorityThe city is seeking a 50 percent cost-share with the state on the $130 million water treatment plantWhile last fall it appeared the state would have enough money to fund most projects "it’s going to be a bit of a free-for-all now (for one-time investments)" Dalrymple saidAnother Grand Forks project that may be a challenge is the proposed new airport apron at the Grand Forks International Airport for which local leaders have requested $16 million in state funding The airport apron would largely serve UND aviation studentsDalrymple included that request in entirety in his proposed state budget but Thursday he told Grand Forks leaders that some legislators may think funding for the project should come from sources other than the stateFunding for UND’s new medical school is set because the project was started before oil price uncertainty Dalrymple said "We have to finish our medical school" he saidGrand Forks officials also updated Dalrymple and state Commerce Commissioner Alan Anderson about two major in-progress business projects: the Grand Sky Business Park for unmanned aircraft systems or UAS near Grand Forks Air Force Base and the planned Northern Plains Nitrogen fertilizer plantWith Grand Sky’s first tenant Northrop Grumman already signed on another major tenant has expressed interest said Tom Ford coordinator of the city’s Base Realignment Impact Committee which helps facilitate development of Grand Sky He would not name the tenant Many other UAS businesses are also starting to express interest Ford addedLikewise Northern Plains Nitrogen has been progressing in attaining the necessary permits for development said Keith Lund vice president of the Grand Forks Economic Development CorpBoth Dalrymple and Anderson emphasized the importance of these ventures in diversifying North Dakota’s economy beyond a strong oil business"Let’s face it the groups out west have had some very strong cases" Dalrymple said "but that payback can happen anywhere" when he took a photo. The police spokesman in the state.