YWCA CASS CLAY YWCA Cass Clay Purple Purse Campaign: Final Results
With the month of October now over, our Purple Purse campaign has come to an end. We are happy to share some very exciting news about the campaign: Thanks to the enthusiasm and support of the Fargo-Mo... Posted on 11/7/12 at 9:43 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Thursday, Oct. 3-Duluth-Superior March
Let's end domestic violence in two cities, Duluth and Superior. Show your support.
On Thursday,tomorrow there will be a join Duluth-Superior March across the Bong Bridgefollowedby anofficialM... Posted on 10/3/12 at 3:55 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Strangulation? In North Dakota?
When I wrote this story about sexual assault, I also talked to Mary Thysell a little bit about domestic violence, an even more common problem, and strangulation came up.
I said I was fairly certain t... Posted on 4/23/12 at 4:04 PM
THE GAY AGENDA Reality of Domestic Violence
Often when I'm snarking about fundies and their obsession with homosexuality, I suggest they focus their attention on real threats to marriage and families, such as domestic violence.
Today's Forum c... Posted on 10/30/11 at 7:59 AM
NASCAR DAD Kris Kitko ?
Kris did an interview today on KNOX Radio. I asked her if Dave Weiler was proven innocent/not guilty if she would write a song about Nicole Weiler, if she made false allegations of spouse abuse ! Kris... Posted on 3/30/10 at 5:30 PM
Police say 13-year-old daughter disarmed him and fled with the knife
MINNEAPOLIS – A man punched his estranged wife and stabbed her 70 times in the chest and head before his 13-year-old daughter pulled him away, disarmed him and fled with the knife, police said Saturday.
Prairie St. John’s will offer the “Domestic Violence: Social Constructs and Individual Choice” workshop for behavioral health professionals from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at Fargo’s Hilton Garden Inn, 4351 17th Ave. S.
Weiler arrested for second time in less than a year
BISMARCK – A North Dakota legislator insisted Friday he did not punch his estranged wife, almost a year after he pleaded guilty to a separate charge that he shoved her to the pavement in a parking lot.
By Dale Wetzel, Associated Press Writer
, March 13, 2010
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s insurance commissioner plans to seek changes in state insurance laws to prevent any company from using domestic violence as a reason to avoid selling health insurance coverage to a woman.
By Dale Wetzel / Associated Press
, September 25, 2009
On March 27, Rep. Dave Weiler, R-Bismarck, pushed his wife to the ground, causing him to incur and plead guilty to simple assault charges. As a society we have decided that domestic violence is unacceptable. Yet the North Dakota House of Representatives is failing to enforce legislative sanctions against Weiler.
Jeannie Schultz and Kristin Streifel
, May 03, 2009
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