Twenty-five years ago, Theresa Knox gave up smoking for good. A smoker for 12 years, she quit cold turkey, as she said nicotine replacement medication like patches or lozenges were not common at the time. Now, Knox works as the tobacco prevention coordinator for Grand Forks Public Health Department, helping patients who smoke or chew learn about their addiction.
The Williston (N.D.) City Commission is forming a committee to deal with mineral rights. The group will look into how the city will pursue the research of mineral rights and the leasing of city-owned property.
Associated Press/Forum Communications
, January 25, 2010
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