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adjourning the matter till February 16. and FargoThe contractor installing the spacers between Barnesville and I-29 expects to complete the work in September Carlsgaard saidThe CapX2020 project a partnership of several electric utilities and cooperatives includes 35 miles of transmission lines in North DakotaInstallation of transmission line on the new Bison Substation located four miles north of Mapleton and into Minnesota is expected to begin in early fall“We’ll be back around Oct 1 maybe a little bit earlier depending on the weather” Carlsgaard said The project is expected to be finished around April 2015The new 345-kilovolt transmission line has 180 poles in North Dakota placed on concrete foundations sunk deeply into the groundCrews still have 64 pole foundations to pour in North Dakota work slated to start about Oct 1 Carlsgaard said “That should be done by early fall”Work will continue through winter Frozen ground actually facilitates work in marshy terrain he saidThe new line will improve reliability of electrical service in Fargo and will help to move power from North Dakota wind farms and during winter from Minnesota power plants to Fargo he saidThe Fargo couple has taken a sharp U-turn along life’s path by adopting 11-year-old Raina after she was removed from her home due to her parents’ problems with drug addiction It’s been 30 years since the Gosses have had a school-age child in the house"It’s kind of a learning experience all over again" Connie saidConnie 63 a veterinary clinic receptionist and Rick 64 a metal fabricator are part of a growing number of grandparents raising their grandchildren In some circles they’re known as GRG’s or ‘grandfamilies’ The organization "Generations United" says they could number 27 million nationwideAccording to the AARP’s "GrandFacts" report based on the 2010 US Census more than 2700 grandparents in North Dakota were household heads caring for their grandchildren Of those 47 percent are solely responsible with no parents of the children present in the homeIn Minnesota more than 21740 grandparents had their grandchildren living with them Of those 33 percent are raising them on their ownJessica Bertapelle an assistant professor of journalism and communication and a researcher at Wichita State University in Kansas says there’s reason to believe those numbers are now even higher Many see a tie to the country’s worsening opioid epidemic which has left some unable or unwilling to parent their kidsGrandfamilies almost always arise from some kind of trauma said Bertapelle who researches the subject It could include drug or alcohol addiction parental abuse or neglect divorce incarceration mental illness or a death"I have yet to find a happy situation that resulted in this situation" she saidThere are obvious benefits however to the young and old in the relationship Bertapelle would know– she was raised by her grandmother"She inherited this 15 year old who was traumatized but she gave me unconditional love and support" Bertapelle said’It’s complicated’If people ask Raina about her living situation the perky pre-teen with strawberry-blond hair prefers to keep her answer short"Sometimes I say like ‘It’s complicated’ so I don’t really have to explain it to them" she saidConnie and Rick were alerted to trouble for their granddaughter about three years ago when they learned she’d missed more than 30 days of second grade Raina was living with her mother in Ada Minn at the time while her father lived in Fargo It soon became clear neither parent could care for Raina properly "They weren’t able to see that she got the proper education or support her even emotionally" Connie said so she and her husband began the process of taking her inBut you don’t just ‘take’ your grandchild she said "We had to go through the court steps"They first took Raina in as a foster child then were granted legal custody It was tricky Connie said to coordinate everything between Norman County in Minnesota and Cass County in North Dakota but it all worked outNow Raina enjoys the stable atmosphere of her grandparents’ home something she didn’t have before"I like it here I have a nice comfortable bed I have nice food to eat" Raina saidAfter two years Connie and Rick decided it would be beneficial for everyone if they adopted her—a move Raina’s birth parents agreed toWith the adoption finalized earlier this month Connie and Ross are legally Raina’s parents though she plans to keep calling them grandma and grandpa"They’re awesome I love them so much" Raina said’We got more back’Even though the couple’s retirement plans are now up in the air they never once doubted their decision and don’t feel they gave up much to take Raina in"So what if we never drive a brand new car ever So what if we never take another Caribbean cruise You just have to know what your main goals are" Connie saidIn fact she feels they’re receiving more from their granddaughter in return"Everyone tells us how lucky she is but in truth we are the lucky ones" Connie said "She has enriched our lives and given our lives a new purpose"That’s not to say there aren’t challenges Finances and schedules are tighter and they can’t "spoil" their granddaughter like they once did"When we had her every other weekend we always wanted to do something special and now we can’t afford to do that all the time" Connie saidThere are resources available for help with income nutrition and health care but Bertapelle says they’re often difficult for grandparents to track down And some support services are underutilizedAs an example the North Dakota Department of Human Services reports that 329 caregivers were served through its Family Caregiver Support Program during federal fiscal year 2015 Of that total only two were grandparents raising grandkids The rest used the resource for respite care or help caring for an aging or ill family memberAnother difficulty is isolation because grandparents often don’t know of others who are in their shoes Mental health issues can crop upFor the Gosses it’s been a positive experience and they’re focusing on helping Raina succeed in school make good friends and go to college someday"She would have gone into the foster system if we hadn’t taken her" Connie said "We feel like it’s another chance to do right by her"By the numbersMINNESOTA21744 grandparents are household heads raising grandchildren67% are White and not Hispanic 13% are Black/African American15% live in povertyNORTH DAKOTA2716 grandparents are household heads raising grandchildren62% are White and not Hispanic 31% are American Indian and Alaska Native21% live in povertySource: AARP GrandFacts based on 2010 US Census former Chancellor Hamid Shirvani left his post in a swirl of controversy, The photo’s caption says, leading to the massive withdrawal of NIA operatives from the service of the EFCC. had sealed a petrol station affiliated to the downstream petroleum sector retail arm of the Nigerian National Petroleum 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"Some people assume Republicans are kind of nasty.