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Candidates who appeared in the entrance exam on 8 April (Paper I) and online on 15 and 16 April can check their respective results."The Al Sharptons of the world take money from the tobacco industry, But it doesnt need to be. a Gillette pediatric rehabilitation medicine specialist remembers when Amarya arrived at the hospital — “the prognosis for significant improvement was low” he said but “she’s had some improvements some ability to move her arms”The St Paul hospital sees afew cases like Amarya’s a year of children becoming quadriplegics most often from auto accidents Gormley saidAmarya is “a fighter” Gormley said “She is spunky she is not shy to give us her opinion and she has a huge amount of drive All of those are going to help her … in the long run She has done well because of her attitude … If you’ve got someone with that kind of spunk they’re going to exceed what you expected”Amarya has regained some sensation in her legs and other parts of her body — she can’t always feel them but sometimes Svenningsen said She can move her arms enough to control her motorized wheelchair herselfOn Oct 10 Amarya was well enough to leave Gillette; she moved into her grandmother’s Minneapolis apartment That day as soon as school let out a large group of Amarya’s friends from Urban 4-H and Girl Scouts came over to see her“All we heard was just laughter and giggling” said Elsa Svenningsen Amarya’s grandmotherAmarya Almond and their mother will be staying with Elsa Svenningsen for now The building has stairs in the front and a ramp to enter through the back The two-bedroom apartment is a tight fit but they’re making it work until Della Svenningsen’s home is remodeledDella Svenningsen’s townhouse is half a block from her mother’s apartment and her two sisters also live on the same block; they all help outThe expense to modify Della Svenningsen’s home to be handicapped accessible is unknown at this point and she said she’s getting bids She is expecting to receive a $40000 grant through Hennepin County — it’s funding that helps disabled people live independently in their homes — though Svenningsen said she anticipates the renovation costs will exceed thatEmotional roller coasterBefore she was hospitalized again Friday Amarya had planned to return to Hopkins West Junior High School in Minnetonka on Monday Her aunt said she will make it to school as soon as she’s healthyAmarya is looking forward to being in school where her favorite subject is math It will be a chance for her to be with her friends and Amarya says with a smile to be away from her family for a bitA nurse will accompany Amarya to school but that person should be mostly in the background helping with medical needs Della Svenningsen said Amarya hasn’t lost any of her cognitive ability her doctor saidAmarya has always been an ‘A’ student Svenningsen saidShe’d wanted to grow up to be a pediatrician but after her own experience in the hospital she’s not so sure Svenningsen said she understands that doctors tend to prepare people for the worst and hope for the best But Amarya found that to be a negative outlook and couldn’t imagine herself taking that approach if she became a doctor her mother saidKim Campbell an eighth-grade global studies teacher at Hopkins West got to know Amarya through a program she founded Students On Academic Rise that targets first-generation college-goers and underserved youth She found Amarya to be a hard-working compassionate student who excelled in the program“When you first meet her you see she’s shy she doesn’t like a lot of attention” Campbell said “But when you get to know her you see she has a phenomenal sense of humor”When Campbell visited Amarya often at the hospital she saw the teen was still cracking jokesThat comes out as Amarya interacts with the nurses who care for her at home She’s given them affectionate animal nicknames (Amarya dubbed one named Audrey as “Ostrich” for example)But there are many frustrating moments too for a young woman who used to be able to do nearly everything for herself and now has to rely on others for things as small as scratching her face when she has an itchAmarya gets most of her nutrition through a feeding tube though she’s been eating more since she’s been home At some point she won’t need the feeding tubeAfter the crash the swelling of Amarya’s spinal cord affected her diaphragm and thus her ability to breathe Dr Gormley said She initially was on a ventilator through the tracheotomy tubeNow Amarya can breathe on her own but the tracheotomy tube remains in place including for use with a machine to help her breathe when she is sleepingSleeping can be problematic Amarya has night terrors her mother said She and other family members have received some counseling“Emotionally it’s been a roller coaster for me” Elsa Svenningsen said “I’ve had some anger about what happened most definitely It hasn’t been easy for any of us”Amarya is beginning out-patient physical and occupational therapy her mother saidWhile there are gains being made in medical research unless a way is found for doctors to heal damaged spinal cords Gormley said it’s very unlikely that Amarya will be able to walk againBut Amarya’s mother can’t give up hope“I just believe she will and I just think God is going to bless her” Della Svenningsen said “If anything it will just take awhile but she’s going to be able to walk one day I told her that I believe that with all my heart”The Pioneer Press is a media partner with Forum News ServiceIn a statement Trump made no mention of Arpaio’s conviction but praised his past military service It is the first pardon of Trump’s presidency"Arpaio’s life and career which began at the age of 18 when he enlisted in the military after the outbreak of the Korean War exemplify selfless public service" Trump said "Throughout his time as Sheriff Arpaio continued his life’s work of protecting the public from the scourges of crime and illegal immigration"Sheriff Joe Arpaio is now 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