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American Legion contributes to Ind. Sheriffs' Youth Ranch

American Legion contributes to Ind. Sheriffs’ Youth Ranch

“By owning instead of renting a camp venue,” said Harden, “we will be able to expand our leadership programming to more days per week and more weeks per summer.” “The new Youth Ranch will offer kids instruction regarding personal safety, first aid, cybercrimes, bullying, substance abuse, and fire …
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Community calendar, March 30

“Daze of Justice” follows a group of Cambodian-American women who were civil parties in a historic trial against the Khmer Rouge. … High campus, 314 W. 14th St. Program director Amy Rose and clinical directer Dr. Angela Chanter will speak on “Staying Ahead of the Trends” of substance abuse.
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Rise of the DIY Death Machines

“Euthanasia” involves the physician ending a patient’s life, whereas “physician-assisted death” or “medical aid in dying” involves a doctor prescribing lethal drugs for a patient to end their own life. To date, five countries have legalized euthanasia: the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, and …
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Four James Wood students take top honors at state competition

James Wood High School students Caroline Sosnoski (left), Chierren Denham, Camilla Bagous and Berk Pryor hold up their state finalist certificates after winning first place at the Health Occupations Students of America, or HOSA, state competition earlier this month. The group will now compete in the …
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Miracle of Living at the Beach

“Events like the horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida reminds us of the most serious consequences of a youth who struggles with anxiety and … Memorial’s Eating Disorder Program, other local experts and teens who have come through serious anxiety-related issues such as substance abuse and …
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