But local firefighters stepped up and hosted the prom goers at their fire station.
“The teens seemed really excited to have their pictures taken next to the fire trucks,” said Jill Graven, wife of a Forest Lake firefighter.
Over 200 high schoolers came to have their pictures taken. And soon, #BlizzardProm popped up on social media.
“It was pretty cool to see so many of the firefighters volunteer their time with just an hours notice shoveling, plowing, and opening their doors for all the kiddos!” said Alyssa Thomas, another firefighter’s wife, who came up with the fire station idea.
Fire station prom may even become a tradition.
“Parents couldn’t thank us enough for the hospitality,” Graven said. “We’ve been asked to do it every year now!”
Credit: Jill Graven, Alyssa Thomas, Forest Lake Fire & Rescue
Student Challenges Teacher to Dance Off celeste.li 2018-04-170 views This middle school teacher was challenged by one of his students to a dance-off on the stage of an auditorium. After watching his student show off his skills, he shocked the audience by busting out his own impressive moves.
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Street camera footage released by local police on Tuesday showed the 17-year-old falling down on the street, being nearly missed by the wheels of the moving bus last Thursday (12 April 2018) in the town of Czechowice-Dziedzice.
She quickly gets up and her companion hugs her in apparent apology.
A police spokeswoman said the victim sustained only minor bruises.
Police fined the 17-year-old who pushed her companion, but the regional police commander wants to press charges against her for endangering the life and health of her friend.
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Backers say it’s progress in green construction.
The first tenants are expected to move into this five-room house in June 2018.
Wahl, 47, who won the Mega Millions drawing in March, was introduced Friday, April 13, at the lottery’s headquarters. He’s opting to take the $220.7 million cash payout after taxes.
He told The Associated Press: “It was truly amazing. Some of my family members were sleeping so I didn’t go and scream out. I walked upstairs. I saw my wife … and said, ‘Baby, we get to go on vacation.’ She said, ‘What are you talking about? Don’t be an idiot.’”
He told NBC New York that the ticket was “life-changing.”
“We cried a lot together as a family,” said Wahl. “We didn’t sleep that much. The nerves, the shock of everything. I don’t think it’s still settled in for us.”