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Hays Daily News (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Hays, KansasT he h ays d Aily n news v Oice of the h High p Lains m onday Arch 30, 2015 n news t o k now Hon s flutes Michael Brungardt Oakley Contact us phone 785 628 1081 800 657 6017 fax 785 628 8186 v volume 85, i Ssue 120 2 s actions12 p Ages 75� by Paul Richter Tribune news service Lausanne Switzerland negotiations about Iranus nuclear program Are expected to continue right up until their tuesday night deadline with Iran and six world Powers still divided on a variety of issues despite Marathon meetings Between their foreign ministers officials said sunday. While the negotiators Are close to agreement on some difficult issues they remain at Odds on the Pace for lifting United nations sanctions on Iran and the easing of restrictions on Iranus nuclear research and development in the last five years of the expected 10 to 15 year Deal a senior u. S. Official said. Other issues too remain unresolved said the official who declined to be identified under ground rules often invoked by the administration. Critics of the Deal including Israel and saudi Arabia renewed their concerns while a former top administration intelligence offi Cial said the Deal would be dangerous and that president Barack of amass Middle East policy is one of wilful ignorance. One of the things that we have to keep in mind. Is Iran is also a country with ballistic missiles Caber capabilities. They Are also still a state sponsor of terrorism it. Gen. Michael Flynn said on Fox news sunday. Flynn who retired last summer As head of the defense intelligence Agency added and Here we Are dealing with them As though were going to give them a carte Blanche. I mean give me a break. Iran and the six world Powers Are seeking a Deal that would ease sanctions on Tehran if it agrees to accept restrictions aimed at preventing it from obtaining a nuclear weapon. The diplomats Are aiming to com plete a preliminary agreement resolving All the major political decisions by the end of the month. Then they would thrash out the details of a comprehensive Deal by june 30. The foreign ministers of All seven countries arrived at a five Star hotel in this Lakeside City by sunday night with most committed to staying until the Deal is done. U. S. Secretary of state John f. Kerry French foreign minister Laurent Fabius and German foreign minister Frank Walter Steinmeier have All cancelled plans to leave Early in the week. Early sunday Kerry announced he would not attend to Days dedication in Boston of an Institute honouring the late sen. Edward m. Kennedy who served in the Senate with Kerry for 25 years. Iran has been pressing hard to be allowed to step up research and development in the final years of the agreement so it can quickly ramp up enrichment to Industrial Levels. The diplomatic bloc which includes France Britain Germany Russia and China is also resisting Iranus demand that All United nations sanctions be dropped at the beginning of the Deal. The senior u. S. Official said the american team remains committed to having the u. N. Sanctions lifted gradually As Iran complies with the requirements of the Deal. The u. S. Official said the Obama administration plans to resolve All the major political issues in the agreement and intends to explain those decisions to the Public. Congress will be briefed privately in detail. But the administration faces a quandary because iranian supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is insisting there can be no written agreement until a final one is issued at the end of june. The Issue is difficult for the administration because it needs to build support for the diplomacy which critics contend has Given away too much to the iranians. By Judy Sherard Sherard daily news. Net Paul Adams is running for the Hays us 489 Board of education to give Back to the Community. A native of Ohio Adams first moved to Hays in 1986. After leaving to pursue his doctorate he returned to Hays and has lived Here since 1996. He serves As interim Dean of the College of education and technology at fort Hays state University. He and his wife Cheryl Shepherd Adams have four children. Its time for me to pay Back for what the Community has done for me and my family by using my particular skill set and knowledge and abilities to help take care of something that is very important for my children which is a Quality education that can be had Here in us 489, Adams said. Shepherd Adams is a Hays High school teacher and the school District science chair. Adams said hers often asked if that will influence his decisions As a Board of education member. His answer is he does not think it will. The couple has Learned to have Sepa rate opinions. I make my own decisions. I stand on my own he said. As science chair and interim Dean we each Deal with issues that Are of High confidential Ity. We have a Border where theress things that we just cant talk about and we do think independently. Because his wife is a us 489 staff member he will recuse himself from being involved in negotiations discussions. Having a Choice of elementary schools is a Good thing but finances have made it Nec Essary to consider options that might not be Ideal he said. The districts Mission a Quality education every Day for every student should be considered in decision making. If thatus the measure that we use thatus what we say we should be doing then the Choice of schools is great and i like that. But if we have to choose to assure the highest Quality possible thatus a hard Choice. Its never going to be pleasant Adams said. Its never going to be right with everybody but our stated mis Sion is Quality education. By Diane Gasper Obrien Dobrien daily news. Net its not unusual to see traffic stopped near Railroad track Crossings Between ninth and 10th streets in Hays. But it a snot one of the numerous trains that travel through Hays daily that had a line of northbound vehicles forming sunday afternoon on Ash Street. Roger Herrick husband of first Baptist Church senior pastor Lory Herrick was acting As traffic control As people crossed the East Side of the Street to the sidewalk on the West Side of Ash. Included in the Parade of approximately 80 people was a Donkey All participating in the procession of Palms sponsored by the Ellis county ministerial Alliance. A similar procession was the brainchild of sister Janet Leduc evangelization coordinator for St. Joseph Catholic Parish Back in 2012. Tickets punched m Michigan s rated Uke round out f Inal f our teams. P age b1 season begins c Lay s Ellard wins second night of s Sunflower c Lassic in h ays. P age a5 Eye on weather t night c Lea with a Low near 42. S Southwest wind 5 to 9 mph becoming Calm. T tuesday s funny with a High near 80. Purposeful March the afternoon Sun casts a Shadow of a boy praying before participating in the procession. Boe candidate Adams wants to give Back to Community Jolie Green Green @ daily news. Net in Observance of Palm sunday participants walk Down 13th Street past St. Joseph Catholic Church for the Ellis county ministerial alliances procession of Palms on sunday in Hays. M multiple denominations participate in p recession of p alms on s unday Adams s be Adams a6 s be Palms a6 Iran nuke talks continue rough Outing f Ort h ays baseball gets run ruled on s unday. P age b1

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