RiverView Recovery Center - in collaboration with the Glenmore Foundation and
Care and Share Center of Crookston – will hold a presentation of hope, strength
and experience in recovery Thursday, September 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Care and
Share Center, 220 E 3rd St., Crookston. The public is welcome.
Lyle Prouse, the Northwest Airlines captain who was the first pilot in American
commercial aviation to be arrested for flying a commercial airliner under the
influence, will speak about his conviction, sentence, time in federal prison and
the treatment he sought for alcoholism. Prouse eventually received a
Presidential Pardon from Bill Clinton, 11 years after his arrest, and has now
been sober for over 26 years.
event is part of National Recovery Month which is held each September. The
month-long recognition is meant to spread
the positive message that chemical dependency treatment is effective and people
can and do recover. Events will be held across the country throughout the month.
SPORTS ON KROX
Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins - pre-game 5:30 PM