Buzzed Driving Campaign

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintOur impaired driving campaign showed up on billboards and in the newspapers last week! “Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving” supports the efforts of law enforcement to help keep us safe as we travel during this time of year. Holiday parties and family gatherings can create special memories, but for some, the memories […]

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5 Tips for Parents Before Your Kids Leave for College

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintParents, now that your teen has graduated from high school, are you both ready for college?  Here are tips to help ease that transition: 1.   Contact the Dean of Students.  Learn about the alcohol and drug policies.  Will there be any seminars or training for the students? 2.   Set limits with your […]

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Graduation Party Do’s and Don’ts

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintSpring is a great time for celebration!  Whether you and your teen are planning a graduation party, attending a graduation party or will be out-of-town and leaving your teens alone, there are several tips for a safe and fun time for all .  Planning  a Party:  Plan your party in advance and create […]

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Alcohol Inhibits Athletic Performance

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintThis was a column written by Sam Marshik and published in the Kanabec County Times on March 17, 2014. Click  to view the original column. I just recently became a resident of Mora and I have never felt more welcomed into a community. Everyone in Mora has been so helpful in the […]

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Parents, Educate Yourselves About Drugs

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintBoise Police Alcohol Compliance Officer Jermaine Galloway speaks to a wide range of audiences about the latest trends in drug use. He spoke to police officers at the Toward Zero Death Conference in St. Cloud, MN on November 15, 2013. In an article and video published by Idaho Statesman, he speaks to parents. […]

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