CRESTVIEW — Although Nataly Green hasn't dealt with bullying in her first weeks of kindergarten at Walker Elementary School, her parents wanted her to be prepared.
Published September 3, 2013
Often, the corporate world hears a buzzword it loves, adopts the term, and never lets go.
Published February 5, 2015
CRESTVIEW — Martin Kove, known for his role in the original “The Karate Kid” films, recently stopped by both Davidson and Shoal River middle schools to spread his anti-bullying message.
Published October 21, 2014
CRESTVIEW — Around 63 percent of Crestview High School students have been bullied at least once in their lives, according to statistics featured at the end of "Breaking Point," a film depicting the potentially tragic outcome.
Published November 25, 2013
CRESTVIEW — Today, a group of parents is protesting the lack of an appeal process for students who have been disciplined for violating the rules at Davidson Middle School.
Published January 30, 2015
One solution to the police versus people problem What about police and beat walking? They would stop and talk to people, not ride by in a car. Wouldn't that be amazing if police got to know people by their first name? It just seems simple enough. Jesus ...
Published December 23, 2014
Interesting that a religion — that is, the majority for our country, and even more so in our area — has rallies to show children that they are not alone.
Published September 30, 2014
CRESTVIEW — If second- and fourth-grade Cougars encounter bullying, educators hope they'll remember Aesop's fable "The Sun and the Wind."
Published February 28, 2014
About Exodos Ministries' recovering addicts... They do not come to the center with anything except clothes. No phones are allowed and if they do not follow the rules go back home.
Published November 25, 2014
CRESTVIEW — Seeing a Riverside Elementary School student harass a classmate is what spurred fifth-grader Carson Caldwell into action.
Published March 14, 2013