LIVING UNITED Toys for Tots drive
There's still time to donate to the National Marine Corps Toys for Tots drive coordinated locally by United Way.
Today thru Dec. 4 we will be collecting donations of new, unwrapped toys to be distr... Posted on 11/25/13 at 4:57 PM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER What is Growing Futures North Dakota?
Grow your career, grow yourself and grow your future using this supportive and educational website foranyone working with or on behalf of North Dakota's children. You now have capabilities of research... Posted on 10/16/13 at 9:21 AM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Child Proofing Your Home.....Room by Room!
Did you know that each year more than 4.5 million children are unintentionally injured in their homes, according to the National SAFE KIDS campaign? Parents can do their best by preventing common se... Posted on 6/28/13 at 8:56 AM
THE NEW FORTY WHAT COULD YOU POSSIBLY BE THINKING??!!
Today I ask the driver of the maroon-colored Saturn MN license plate TUX272 who was driving this morning with an unrestrained toddler in the front seat - WHAT COULD YOU POSSIBLY BE THINKING??!!
I was... Posted on 5/26/13 at 10:42 AM
Neither the U.S. attorney’s office nor the FBI has released the name of the child, who apparently lived with a relative near St. Michael, N.D., but an FBI spokesman said it continues to be investigated as “a mysterious death.”
As child advocates wrestle with abuse and protection issues at the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota, controversy has flared in neighboring South Dakota over what some allege is systematic violation of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA).
The mother of a 6-year-old boy killed in the Connecticut school shooting used the opportunity to fill in for President Barack Obama during the weekly radio and Internet address to make a personal plea from the White House for action to combat gun violence.
A 61-year-old Clearbrook, Minn., man will report to Clearwater County jail next week to serve six months behind bars and 25 years probation after pleading guilty to sexual crimes with a girl, beginning when she was younger than seven.
A Minnesota man accused of standing in the street and firing at passing cars — killing a 9-year-old boy — had roughly 200 rounds of ammunition stuffed into his jacket pocket, a backpack and the fanny pack he wearing when arrested, prosecutors said Wednesday.
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