Evening Wrap-Up: Facebook Foul

Posted: Thursday, January 20, 2011 at 9:44 pm
By: Karen Sherman
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More information is known about the De Smet high school student accused of posting several threatening messages on her Facebook page. The student will make her first appearance at the Kingsbury County Courthouse on Monday.   Making a terroristic threat carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison. Read the story “De Smet Teen Charged With Making Terror Threat” Shawn Neisteadt wrote Thursday and view the court documents online.

Be sure to educate your children, friends and family of the seriousness of Facebook bullying and comment on the story posted on our Facebook page. And, check out “Keeping Kids Safe On Facebook” by Peggy Moyer.

Don’t miss KELOLAND News at 10 tonight. We will have the second half of last night’s Money Matters about what will be more expensive in 2011, a reaction on the budget cuts from the Department of Labor, Congresswoman Kristi Noem’s first speech in the House.  And on Thursday’s Eye On KELOLAND we hear from Nick Simon, a Washington High graduate, who directed a film that is debuting in Sioux Falls this weekend.

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