FARGO CASS PUBLIC HEALTH Tobacco Prevention Important as Great American Smokeout Nears
On Thursday, November 21, the 38th annual Great American Smokeout will encourage everyone to lead tobacco-free lives that will prevent tobacco-related diseases and improve overall health and quality o... Posted on 11/19/13 at 12:59 PM
FARGO PUBLIC LIBRARY Library’s “Movie Love” series starts Sunday, Nov. 17
Do you enjoy stylish, classic love story-themed movies? Starting Sunday, the Fargo Public Library will host a 4-part film series featuring love stories from the 1940s though today titled Movie Love: F... Posted on 11/14/13 at 9:27 AM
LOST AND FOUND MINISTRIES How to Be Super Grandma
Its a bird, its a plane, its Grandma? While the idea of you being a super hero might be a little farfetched, thats exactly how your grandchild is likely to see you. In Dr. Lillian Carsons... Posted on 11/2/13 at 3:43 PM
TEENS (AND) MEDIA INFLUENCE True Life: Confessions of Contradictory TV
By MeiLi Smith
While working the overnight shifts this past weekend, I decided to take a break from studying and check out what was on TV. I figured it was the perfect opportunity to take a flashback... Posted on 10/27/13 at 10:52 PM
NIE ROCKS! WIN CASH! Enter The Valley's Got Talent Show
Do you like to sing, dance or play a musical instrument? Do you have a band or comedy act? If so, here is a great opportunity for people of all ages to showcase their stuff in The 3rd Annual Valley's ... Posted on 9/19/13 at 3:21 PM
Teens think parents exist just to embarrass them
NEW YORK - Mom is not cool in her jeggings and Uggs. Dad’s a dork who drives a wreck. Together they’re unbearable, singing along in the supermarket to “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”
Beth J. Harpaz, Associated Press
, February 01, 2011
MCLAUGHLIN, S.D. – John Foster was 14 when he woke up with a raw and burning spot on his back after being passed out drunk. Someone had heated the flat side of a knife over a glowing red kitchen stove and seared a brand into his tender flesh.
Lauren Donovan, The Bismarck Tribune
, December 20, 2010
AUSTIN, Texas – Reed Goodman compares a potential wreck in his muscular 2500 Dodge Ram pickup to a brawl “a bigger guy is gonna come out on top.”
The Austin high school junior believes his diesel truck, with 33-inch tires, is a safe vehicle for him and others on the road.
North Dakota teens are more likely than those nationwide to binge drink or drive under the influence of alcohol, but they’re less apt to abuse illegal or prescription drugs, a report released Friday suggests.
I sat in the coffee shop and listened to two moms debate the intricacies of high school graduation requirements and college admission exams.
I could only think of one thing: “Man, I’m glad I’m not 18.”
BISMARCK – Young people are abusing prescription drugs with alarming frequency, sometimes during “pharm parties” where pills are set out like candy, a man whose son died of an overdose of painkillers told a conference Tuesday.
By Dale Wetzel, Associated Press Writer
, December 09, 2009
WASHINGTON – It’s 10:45 p.m. and the light is still on in your teenager’s bedroom. Your child is not the slightest bit tired – but you know that waking him or her early for school the next morning will be torture.
Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post
, October 20, 2009
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