(AP) — A federal appeals court has rejected an appeal by a Minnesota man who admitted he set up a Facebook account under a false identity to lure young girls and used the site to contact a 13-year-old for sex.
A Middle River, MN, 16-year-old has been charged for allegedly selling prescription Hydrocodone on school property to another student. Pennington County Attorney Alan Rogalla believes the boy did not know how serious the crime was when he made the $6 sale.
Most rural communities depend on volunteers for emergency services. And sometimes its a struggle to find people with the training to donate their time. Free training in exchange for service is one way they hope to find help.
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