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8 February 6, 2019 berdeen Times Cont'd from front requires all public school personnel including bus drivers, custodians, coach- es, and all others who in- teract with students to go through annual suicide prevention and awareness training. "We know that when people are trained in sui- cide identification and in- tervention, it saves lives," said Shaw-Tulloch at the JFAC hearing. This legislative ses- sion, Rep. Troy introduced a house joint memorial that is currently on the House floor for, its second read- ing. Rep Troy's HJM 1 re- quests support of Idaho's congressional delegation in proposal before the Federal Communications Commis- sion to designate 611 as the National Suicide Pre- vention and Mental Health Hotline. The current national hotline number is 1-800- 273-8255 and Idaho's Suicide Prevention hotline number is 208-398-4357. "I don't know about you, but if I were in cri- sis that would be a hard number to remember," Rep. Troy said during a House Health & Welfare hearing on Thursday, Jan. 31. Among the funding requests from the Division of Public Health, $117,200 will support the Iclaho Sui- cide Prevention hotline for expansion projects includ- ing local crisis centers, county jails, overnight re- sponse and amplify volun- teer impact. "We know hotlines are evidence-based and we know they save lives," Shaw-Tulloch said at the budget hearing. The Idaho Council on Suicide Prevention will meet in March tentatively to finalize the state's new plan. Cheyenna McCurry is a legislative intern with the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research in Boise, and a student in the Univer- sity of Idaho School of Jour- nalism and Mass Media. Will Congress consider s0-called Green New Deal? From the Editors of E - The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: What is the so-called Green New Deal proposed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and is Con- gress likely to go for it? - Mark Talarico, Brooklyn, NY The concept of a "Green New Deal" (GND), first called for in a 2007 New York Times op-ed by Thomas Friedman, has been in the news lately thanks to a protest outside of Nan- cy Pelosi's office in mid-November a week after the 2018 mid-term elections when Democrats took back the House. The goal of the GND is to put America at the forefront of green technologies to meet or exceed our Paris climate treaty commitments while boosting the economy and reducing eco- nomic inequality. Think of it as like President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's original "New Deal" that helped get Americans back on their feet economically after the Great Depression through the creation of millions of federally-funded jobs that not only employed people but boosted U.S. economic productivity. The GND aims to give Americans a leg up in profiting off the transition to greener energy sources while simultaneously reducing the divide between the haves and have-nots. At that November protest, hundreds of activists affiliated with the so-called Sunrise Movement showed up to call on Pelosi to back omnibus economic stimulus legislation that would put millions of Americans to work on facilitating the transition to an economy powered by 100 percent renewable, emissions-free energy. Later that day incoming Congress- woman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed her support by proposing the creation of a new House Select Committee on a Green New Deal tasked with detailing a "national, indus- trial, economic mobilization plan capable of making the U.S. economy 'carbon neutral' while promoting 'economic and environmental justice and equality'." At least 45 House members have expressed support for the GND, while eight likely Democratic presidential candi- dates (including Jay Inslee, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren) are also behind it. And with the majority of Americans favoring taking strong action against climate change even if it means higher taxes, imple- menting some kind of GND seems like a no-brainer. But environmentalists might not want to hold their breath. For starters, Ocasio-Cortez's proposal for the creation of a new House Select Committee on a Green New Deal won't be ready for a full House vote until 2020. Also, just because 40 members of Congress are supportive now doesn't say anything about where the other 395 Congresspersons stand, let alone the 100 members of the still-Republican-control- led Senate. Meanwhile, conservative critics point out that a Green New Deal could actually hurt the economy more than help it given how reliant we are on abundant and cheap fossil fuels. Even some liberals worry that the GND is trying to bite off more than we can chew. Only time will tell if something like thb GND will become the law of the land--and many greens are keeping their fingers crossed. Earth Tall is produced by Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss for the 501(c)3 nonprofit EarthTalk. To donate, vis# ei rthtalk.org. Send questions to. question@earthtalk.org. Pep band seniors and parents honored The Aberdeen pep band seniors and their parents were honored at the final home boys' basketball game of the regular season on Friday, Feb. 1. Those honored were: (1 to r) Amber Tilley, Nathanial Tilley, Derek 337 St Julius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope 1189 Riots in Lynn, Norfolk (England) spread to Norwich 1508 Maximilian I proclaimed Holy Roman Emperor, first Emperor in centuries not to be crowned by the Pope 1685 Duke of York becomes King James II of England and VII of Scot- land upon the death of his brother Charles II 1778 France recog- nizes USA, signs Treaty of Alliance-in Paris, first U.S. treaty 1788 Massachusetts becomes sixth state to rat- ify constitution 1815 New Jersey issues first U.S. railroad charter (John Stevens) 1820 U.S. population announced at 9,638,453, African Americans 1,771,656 (18.4%) 1843 The,first minstrel show in the United States. The Virginia Minstrels opens (Bowery Amphithe- atre in New York City). 1861 First meeting of Provisional Congress of Confederate States of America (U.S. Civil War) 1862 General Ulysses S. Grant captures Fort Hen- ry in Tennessee 1862 American Civil War: Naval engagement on Tennessee River, USS Conestago vs CSS Apple- ton Belle 1862 Ulysses S. Grant begins military campaign in Mississippi 1864 Skirmish at Bar- nett's Ford Virginia 1865 Second day of battle at Dabney's Mills (Hatcher's Run) 1891 First great train robbery by Dalton Gang (Southern Pacific # 17) 1894 Bottle opener pat- ented by William Painter 1899 Spanish-Ameri- can War ends, peace treaty ratified by Senate 1911 First old-age home opened in Prescott, Arizona t 921 "The Kid", silent film starring Charlie Chap- lin and Jackie Coogan, re- Tilley, Kevin Park, Zachary Park, Sheila Park, Garrett Henicksman, Julie Henicksman, Edward Henicksman, Eduardo Barrera, Ana Maria Barrera and Eduardo Barrera. Coach Wayne Millett is not pictured. mmm leased 1932 First Olympic dog sled race at Lake Plac- id, New York (demonstra- tion sport) 1935 "Monopoly" board game goes on sale for first time 1937 K. Elizabeth Ohi becomes first Japanese- U.S. female lawyer 1943 Singer Frank Sinatra debuts on radio's "Your Hit Parade" 1948 First radio-con- trolled airplane flown 1951 Radio commen- tator Paul Harvey arrested for trying to sneak into Ar- gonne National Laboratory, a nuclear test site located 20 miles (32 km) west of Chicago 1952 Queen Elizabeth II succeeds King George VI to the British throne and proclaimed Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms including Canada, Australia and New Zea- land 1961 "Jail, No Bail" Jail-in movement starts in Rock Hill, South Carolina 1965 Righteous Broth- ers "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" hits # 1 1967 Muhammad Ali knock's out Ernie Terrell in 15 for heavyweight boxing title 1968 Former President Dwight Eisenhower shot a hole-in-one 1970 NBA expands to 18 teams with Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston and Portland 1971 First time a golf ball is hit on moon (by Alan Shepard) 1973 40,000 civil ser- vants demonstrate against higher pension contribu- tion 1974 U.S. House be- gins determining grounds for impeachment of Presi- dent Richard Nixon 1978 Muriel, wife of late Hubert Humphrey (Sen-D-Minn) takes his of- rice 1978 Snowstorm hits New England, parts of Rhode Island -54. 1981 Beatles Paul Mc- The deadline for submitting to The Aberdeen Times is each Friday at 5 p.m. for the next Wednesday's edition. All advertising, classified advertising, press releases, news tips, obituaries, and announcements need to be into The Times office BY 5 P.M. on Fridays to be considered. If there is a holiday on a Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, or a Friday, the deadline is Thursday at 5 p.m. We reserve the right to reject any and all content submitted after the deadline. The Aberdeen Times " " (208) 397-4440.31 S. Main St. Aberdeen, Idaho 83210 EO. Box 856 Cartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison record a tribute to John Lennon 1983 Trial of former Gestapo commandant Klaus Barbie begins in France for war crimes dur- ing World War II 1987 No-smoking rules take effect in U.S. federal buildings 1990 Groundbreak- ing begins on Baltimore Orioles' new $102 million stadium 1993 Riddick Bowe knocks out Michael Dokes in one for heavyweight boxing title 1995 Darryl Strawber- ry suspended from baseball for 60 days. 1995 Rapper Tupac Shakur convicted on sexu- al assault charge and sen- 31-25; MVP: Aaron Rodg- tenced to up to 4 1/2 years ers, Green Bay, QB in prison 2012 Queen Elizabeth 1998 Mary Kay Le- II marks the 60th anniver- Tourneau, 36, former,sary of becoming British teacher, who violated pro- bation by seeing 14 year old father of her baby, sen- tenced to seven years 1998 Washington Na- tional Airport is renamed Ronald Reagan National Airport 2005 Super Bowl XXXIX, Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, FL: New England Patriots beat Phil- adelphia Eagles, 24-21; MVP: Deion Branch, New Er gland, WR 2011 Super Bowl XLV, Cowboys Stadium, Arling- ton, TX: Green Bay Pack- ers beat Pittsburgh Steelers, monarch, becoming only the second to do so 2012 Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot is pre- sented with the Queen Eliz- abeth 1I Diamond Jubilee Medal by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario 2014 Jay Leno ends his time on "The Tonight Show" 2014 The Taliban and Pakistani government be- gin peace negotiations 2018 UN calls for cease fire in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta area by Syrian gov- ernment troops after 40 people reportedly killed. www.ldahoPublicNotices.com PUBLIC SERVICE FREE SERVICE Made possible by the members of the Newspaper Association of Idaho The notices that appear on this website are available to users at no charge. 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