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We talk a lot about food here at NCPR, and lately, we’ve been talking a lot about subsidized food. Whether it’s what people are buying with money from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, better known as Food...
We're back with Dirt Pics – stories of agriculture, farming, and food told through pictures of the people who do it. It's the perfect season to take pictures of people working on your farm, at your farmers market, preparing your produce,...
Hey, I've got a five year-old. I know the pressure to get your child to eat healthy can feel overwhelming. You're up against a $4.2 billion dollar marketing barrage, meals that are equal parts diabolically delicious and caloric carpet-bombings, and,...
Restaurants aren’t doing a great job offering healthy meals for kids. That may be obvious when your family eats at places like McDonald’s or Ruby Tuesday’s. But a new study confirms it. Commissioned by the Center for...
News stories tagged with "children"
by Greg Warner
Jun 03, 2005 — A man who has been a foster father in Jefferson county for four years was discovered to have a prior statuatory rape conviction in another state. The public outcry has led to a county investigation, and a proposed bill in Albany that would require federal background checks on all foster parents in New York. Go to full article
by Brian Mann
May 26, 2005 — State police arrested a New York state forest ranger yesterday for allegedly having sex with children over a period of several years. Brian Mann has details. Go to full article
Mar 09, 2005 — With winter still in full swing, it's not too late for new ways to enjoy the snow. A Potsdam man is on a mission to spread the word on a foolproof method for building an igloo for children. Miles Manchester's design uses three inflatable tubes and takes an hour and a half to complete. He even posted step-by-step instructions on a website. Manchester told David Sommerstein his is easier to make than a traditional snow block igloo. Go to full article
Feb 23, 2005 — A recent study indicates expectant mothers who are exposed to air pollution see damage to the genetic make up of their newborns. That might increase the babies' risk of contracting cancer later in life. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports Go to full article
by Todd Moe
Sep 16, 2004 — The son of country music legend Johnny Cash, John Carter Cash, will be among the dignitaries on hand at the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg on Saturday. The Cash family owns a number of Remington sketches, and will help celebrate the grand opening of the Eva Caten Remington Education Center. The new facility includes classroom space, an art studio and interactive galleries for children. Todd Moe toured the new education center with Remington Museum Director Lowell McAllister, who says it's named in honor of Remington's wife. Go to full article
by Julie Grant
Sep 07, 2004 — Fair season is in full swing in counties around the Midwest, and for kids in 4-H it's the culmination of months of work. Many have been raising animals to show and sell at the fair. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Julie Grant spent time with one farm family and reports that the experience can be rewarding and difficult for children. Go to full article
by Karen DeWitt
May 03, 2004 — A coalition of law enforcement officers, crime victims advocates, and child abuse prevention groups say helping abused and neglected kids can make a big difference in preventing future crime. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
by NCPR News
Jun 04, 2003 — Senator Hillary Clinton is pushing a Senate measure to give a $400-a-child tax credit to millions of low-income families not included in the recent $350 billion tax cut package. Clinton has signed onto a bill sponsored by Democrats and a few Republicans to extend the tax credit, to be paid for by ending some corporate tax shelters. Go to full article