MUSIC MOVES Hooooooold on.......
This week began like any other week (or any other week in North Dakota, at least): Sunday took us into what looked like it might be a snow day, but we forged ahead safely into programming at the Schoo... Posted on 4/18/13 at 6:56 PM
THE NEW FORTY START SHRIEKING!
Some days I feel as if I am in the middle of a crowded room shrieking insanely but no one hears me. No one looks at me. No one stops what they are doing. It is as if I am invisible.
I don't understan... Posted on 3/17/13 at 9:39 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS A Perfect World
It seems that the start of each new year begins with a drop-shipment
of brand new problems, this year is no different. I think many people
will see these problems as humanities' imperfections that mus... Posted on 12/30/12 at 7:41 AM
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WRITTEN BYANNE EIGEMAN
CREATED ONMONDAY, 15 OCTOBER 2012 14:09
October 10, 2012;Source:Open Channel on NBC News
In a concluding segm... Posted on 10/30/12 at 9:27 AM
Hundreds of people in Minnesota with mental illness remain stuck in state-run psychiatric facilities for months or years after they are ready to leave, according to a report released today by the state Office of the Legislative Auditor.
When people think about optometry, they think about vision clarity and focus, said David Bieberdorf, Grand Forks optometrist, not necessarily the complex interaction that goes on between the eye and the brain.
On opposite sides of the world, the brother and sister sat transfixed before their computers, reading a stranger's account of long-ago secrets and deeply buried sins. The memo was just four pages long, about an incident in 1963 at a Boy Scout camp in New Jersey. A Scout executive had gotten drunk during an overnight outing, then was discovered gambling with a group of boys. But there was more.
This time of year can be very difficult for people who’ve lost loved ones, said Luke Klefstad, licensed professional counselor and regional director of the Village Family Service Center in Grand Forks. With sudden loss such as suicide, accident or any sudden death “emotions may be overwhelming and intense,” he said. In the aftermath, it’s natural to have feelings of shock, anger, depression and sadness.
It happened after Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Colo., and now Sandy Hook: People figure there surely were signs of impending violence. But experts say predicting who will be the next mass shooter is virtually impossible — partly because as commonplace as these calamities seem, they are relatively rare crimes.
Close to $10,000 was raised to help provide mental health wellness and recovery services, including jobs and other skills training all that promote independence and an enhanced quality of life for adults with serious mental illness.
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