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Bullying Hurts Fundraiser Today

Brad and Barbie Harrington, the publishers of the Liberty's Torch newspaper, are holding a special fundraiser today, Saturday, March 30, from 10AM until 6PM at the corner of 29th Street and Warren Avenue on the east side of Pando Park

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Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
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Nash, Stock Disagree over School Safety, Bullying

Bullying Hurts founder Marvin Nash says some schools in Laramie County District 1 are not safe for students because of the threat of bullying, a view Superintendent Mark Stock strongly disputes. Nash says a lack of openness and inaction on anti-bullying efforts in the district means some district students are not safe from bullying. Nash says that while the district does not ignore incidents of bullying, it's efforts don't go far enough in some cases. He points to the death of Carey Junior High School student  Alex Frye in January as an example. Frye died from a gunshot wound January 3 after his father had reported him missing January 1. Frye was allegedly severely bullied at school prior to his death. Laramie County Coroner Mary Luna has scheduled an inquest for next month to determine the exact circumstances of Frye's death.

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Photo courtesy keepschoolssafe.gov
Photo courtesy keepschoolssafe.gov
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Swearing on TV, Student Exploitation and CRMC on The Morning Zone[AUDIO]

Today at 7:07AM MDT on our Kids-At -Risk series on The Morning Zone, Dave Chaffin and John Frentheway discuss a new study that shows middle-school kids who hear swear words on TV or in video games may act more aggressively toward their peers, physically or otherwise, a small study suggests.The findings, published in the journal Pediatrics, add to the controversial question of whether media violence and aggression -- and now, aggressive words -- actually affect kids' behavior.

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