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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has released the causes of death for two individuals who died in April in a murder-suicide case.
Friday, July, 13, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
St. Cloud Hospital Behavioral Health Services and Spiritual Care department along with Life Transitions will co-host a suicide survivor video conference at 1 p.m. Nov. 17 in Hoppe Auditorium at St. Cloud Hospital.
Monday, November, 12, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
A Battle Lake couple raising their 2-year-old granddaughter who was orphaned in a murder-suicide want to restrict visitation by her maternal grandmother after an “extremely concerning” 911 call.
Thursday, March, 28, 2013 - Forum News Service - News
How many kids have to commit suicide before this town opens its eyes and realizes that there is something wrong?
Friday, March, 22, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
Have you ever tried to figure out why bad things happen in this world? We have had so many murders, suicides and terrorist acts happening, more often now than ever.
Wednesday, August, 29, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
Agitation, high blood pressure, paranoia, hallucinations, chest pain, suicidal thoughts: would anyone be foolhardy enough to voluntarily experience these sensations?
Friday, July, 13, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Recently, studies conducted by Professor Mark Regnerus at the University of Texas and summarized by psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow show evidence that children having one or both homosexual parents report more incidents of subsequent abuse and sexual dysfunction than children living with their biological moms and dads.
Wednesday, October, 24, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
The Otter Tail County Historical Society's popular tour Myths & Legends: Stories from the State Hospital kicks off on Friday, May 17, at 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, May, 12, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
This Father’s Day, June 17, thousands of local families will come home to find that dad has lost his usual “spark.” He’s sad and sluggish. He’s not himself and he’s forgetting things. Is it depression or dementia? The two health issues are often confusing to diagnose and difficult to distinguish.
Sunday, June, 10, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
It is suspected that around 160,000 students miss school each day for fear of being bullied. If this statistic is true, it would mean that the number of kids that miss school is equal to around half of the entire population of Minneapolis. This shows that bullying is affecting kids everywhere and needs to be stopped. Bullying affects the one bullied, the bully him or herself and the people around the bullied.
Wednesday, June, 27, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
Details are still being discovered in the ambush-style killing of Cold Spring police officer Tom Decker. Decker, an Alexandria Technical and Community College graduate, was 31 when he was shot after responding to a call on Thursday, November 29.
Monday, December, 03, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Mystery novelist Jenny Milchman is one of seven authors participating in the June 17-20 Mississippi River Creative Writing Workshop, an annual St. Cloud State Summer Sessions offering.
Saturday, March, 16, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Minnesota last year achieved a 99 percent compliance rate, its highest ever, with state and federal laws prohibiting the sale of tobacco products to people under 18 years old.
Monday, May, 13, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Ever since the slaughter of innocents at Sandy Hook Elementary School, I cringe every time there is a breaking news bulletin on TV, fearing it might be news of another school shooting.
Friday, May, 10, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
An Alexandria man who pleaded guilty to committing a series of residential burglaries in Alexandria last February and March was recently sentenced in Douglas County District Court.
Friday, December, 14, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
In its most recent annual report on adverse health events occurring in Minnesota hospitals and outpatient surgical centers, the Minnesota Department of Health found that the total number of adverse events stayed about the same compared to the year before, but more patients experienced serious harm or death related to these events.
Sunday, February, 10, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
What kinds of prescription drugs are being abused and what should I look out for? Prescription drug abuse can be broken down into three primary categories. The first category is opioids. Opioids are generally prescribed as a pain killer and include the common prescriptions such as oxycodone, oxycontin, hydrocodone, vicodin, percocet, morphine, codeine and fentanyl.
Friday, June, 01, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
If you think smoking is on the way out for today’s youth, you’re blowing smoke. They’re still lighting up and paying the price, financially and health-wise.
Wednesday, November, 14, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Smoking is such an ingrained part of some people’s lives that quitting seems impossible. They can’t imagine a life without cigarettes and any glimmering notion of stopping is quickly snuffed out by thoughts of how hard it would be, why they should bother at this point and whether it would do any good.
Wednesday, November, 14, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
Editor's note: The following is a collection of news briefs from Forum Communications newspapers in North Dakota and Minnesota.
Thursday, January, 03, 2013 - Forum News Service - News