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Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Traverse City, MichiganMonday May 25, 2015 $ 1.00 daily 2.00 sunday wow. Record Eagle. Com Call 231 946 2187 to subscribe follow us on twitter and Facebook � � l o t t e r y i n d e x traverse City Mich. Copyright 2014 wow. Record Eagle. Com midday dailies 7 8 0, 0 4 9 2 dailies 7 2 4, 3 0 8 2 fantasy 5 13 16 17 19 21 classic 47 Jackpot $ 7,250,000 Keno 02 05 07 10 12 13 18 20 23 24 25 28 31 35 36 46 53 58 63 65 66 68 Mega millions Jackpot $ 214 million Power Ball Jackpot $ 154 million advice. 9a classifieds. 5b comics. 7a nation world. 6a obituaries. 8a opinion. 4 5a in memory. 3a sports. 1b sports Houston rallies past Detroit for 10 8 win. Page 1b nation world fallen n. Y. Soldier honoured. Page 6a w h a t s i n s i d e High 75 Low 63 Page 10b monday a1 Montoya beats Power for second indy 500 win sports Page 1b traverse City grand traverse county officials Are delaying efforts to hire a human resources director leaving the government without two of its top administrators for the immediate future. A committee comprised of county department Heads planned to interview two possible replacements for departed human resources director Jen Seman. Instead county finance director Dean Bott decided to return to ground Zero and report the Job opening after one of two Job finalists withdrew an application. Once we were left with Only one person to interview we made the decision to report the position Bott said. That was my decision. Seman left her Post in March to take a Job in the private sector. Since then county officials reached out to Paula Sagala traverse Cit yes former human resources director and asked her to help out on a contractual basis. Sagala accepted and is working for the county under a Deal that pays her $ 600 per week for up to 5 hours of work and an additional $ 90 an hour for any work performed beyond that. Sagala worked for the county under the same terms on a previous occasion. In that instance Sagala said she worked about 80 hours Over the course of 12 weeks and was paid about $ 7,400 total. Sagala estimated Shell be Able to end her new agreement with the county by november. Until then Shell perform the work outlined in the agreement and will help facilitate the restarted human resources director search. She county delays director search o f f i c gals human resources Job to remain open for now by Michael Walton Walton record Eagle. Com traverse City Sophia Thompson is headed Back to Washington d. C. After visiting just two weeks ago for a school trip. Thompson an eighth Grade student at Charlevoix Middle High school is heading Back to the nations capital for the Scripps National spelling Bee. Ism excited to go to the National Bee because for the past couple of years its been kind of a dream of mine Thompson said. Ism also pretty nervous because everyone there is so Good and Ive never made it this far before so ism not really sure what to expect. Thompson spends two to four hours a Day studying words As Well As greek and latin roots off Flash cards and online. Her first competitive spelling Opportunity at the National level will be televised wednesday morning. Thompson won the grand traverse regional spelling Bee in March allowing her to Advance to the next round. Charlevoix girl flies to do for Bee s p Ellin g for the past couple of years its been kind of a dream of mine by Michelle Merlin Merlin record Eagle. Com record Eagle Jan Michael stump u. S. Army Veteran Justin Walters talks about How his 20 month old service dog Trace still sometimes acts like a Puppy with Heather fakes first Grade class at Eastern elementary school. Detroit a wishing living u. S. Military veterans a Happy memorial Day might be Well intentioned but misses the Mark on an occasion meant for remembering those who lost their lives. That and other timely reminders can be found in a new Book researched and written by a Michigan state University journalism class with assistance from former servicemen and women. 100 questions and answers about veterans is aimed at Clearing up myths and misunderstandings held by some civilians. A Day of mourning does not Square with Happy a instructor Joe Grimm said. They re thinking ism still Here. My Day is coming in november on veterans Day. The Book available in print and digital versions is the eighth that grimms classes have published. Others have covered hispanics and latinos native americans East asians students aim to dispel myths about veterans de u c action mus journalism class writes Book see myths Page 2a traverse City Justin Walters almost was a statistic. The nine year Veteran of the u. S. Army attempted suicide three times after serving two Tours of duty in Iraq and one in Afghanistan. Justin a snot your average infantryman said his wife Samantha Walters. He was in the Ranger battalion and was a sniper. Basically he had to report on and stalk people get to know their families and then eventually have to take a kill shot. That was really hard on him. In 2005, while retreating from gunfire Justin suffered a traumatic brain injury after the vehicle he was driving hit a Wall. The Accident left him with memory loss and slurred a t Reat ment c alled t Rac e dog helps Veteran with pts get life Back by Marta Hepler Drahos Drahos record Eagle. Com see search Page 2a see Trace Page 2a record Eagle photo Jan Michael stump Sophia Thompson right won the grand traverse regional spelling Bee at the state theatre in traverse City. Sheds going to Washington d. C. For the Scripps National spelling Bee. See Bee Page 2a

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