Just in time for the slow news season comes style="text-decoration:underline;">this juicy little dispatch from small-town Idaho. A school nurse at the Wilder School District takes at least four teenagers to a clinic to get contraceptives.
At least one student gets a shot of Depo-Provera, a birth control hormone.
Parents aren't happy with the district.
Teens. Sex. Controversy. Parents vs. school administrators. It's enough to make a gleeful editor say, "Sen. Larry who?"
Anyone want to start up a pool on when the first national media outlet descends on rural Canyon County?
Or start up a pool on the inevitable headline, "Girls Gone Wilder?"