THE NEW FORTY Coward.
Ariel Castro killed himself yesterday. He hung himself in his cell at the prison in Ohio where he was being held. Castro was the man who kidnapped and imprisoned three young women between 2002 and 200... Posted on 9/4/13 at 7:50 AM
MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD MSUM women invited to participate in Rape Aggression Defense
All MSUM women are invited to participate in a small group and structured self-defense program. Please consider participating in this great opportunity.
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) is a nationa... Posted on 2/1/13 at 10:33 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Election Reflection: Why We Voted the Way We Did
The either/or (Republican or Democrat) aspect of U.S. elections provide voters with the fewest of options. Yet with so many issues to consider, it hardly seems like two is enough.
It also makes it di... Posted on 11/13/12 at 9:42 AM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Anti-bullying: the new approach
Last May, the Fargo Public Schools finished an extensive rewrite to update its Anti-Bullying Policy, AP-6061. This was in response to a new state law that required all North Dakota school districts, p... Posted on 8/30/12 at 11:03 AM
STAFF BLOG THE CHRISTOPHER GABRIEL PROGRAM Today's Show Tuesday 9/21
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program:
Some State Lawmakers in Montana want to make all homosexual acts illegal; Wikileaks, how far is too far in sharing information?; We'll be chatting with the f... Posted on 9/21/10 at 9:32 AM
Schumacher also faces felonious restraint charge
A 33-year-old Fargo man is accused of beating and raping a woman he knows before binding her legs and hands and threatening her with a knife, according to Cass County court records.
Doctors will examine a man accused of raping a multiple sclerosis sufferer in a public housing complex to see if he was competent enough to understand his actions and if he is able to assist in his own defense.
OLIVIA, Minn. — Matthew Thomas Fahey, 25, of Marshall, entered no plea to charges of criminal sexual predatory conduct, kidnapping, and two counts of first degree sexual conduct during his arraignment Thursday morning in District Court in Olivia.
Tom Cherveny, Forum Communications Co.
, May 06, 2010
WASHINGTON – U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced Friday that $455,263 in Recovery Act funds has been awarded to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians of North Dakota by the Office on Violence Against Women Recovery Act Transitional Housing Program.
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