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High school kissing prank goes awry

By Jana Shortal, Kare11

ROSEMOUNT, Minn. -- The gag at Thursday's pep assembly at Rosemount High School was supposed to be a joke. But when it went viral on YouTube some people didn't find it the least bit funny.

"As principal I am responsible for everything that happens in the school so, ultimately, I am the person that needs to answer for this," school principal John Wollersheim said Wednesday.

Staff at the school planned a prank for the assembly during which each of the winter sports team captains were blindfolded and kissed.

The idea was that the students believe the kisser was another student and then guess who it was but the joke was the mystery kisser was that student's mom or dad.

It was a gag that ultimately went awry.

Relaunch, Nutella Brownies, and a Giveaway!

Relaunch, Nutella Brownies, and a Giveaway!

On my Facebook page and Twitter I’ve been teasing you all about big changes coming to this blog. The day is finally here and I’m excited to show you guys the new 52 Kitchen Adventures. If you’re reading this via email or RSS feed, click here so you can see for yourself…

Have you come over yet? Good.

Welcome to the new 52 Kitchen Adventures!

 

Help Raley's 'Food For Families' Fight Hunger in Our Community

Help Raley's 'Food For Families' Fight Hunger in Our Community

Join News10 and our friends at Raley's, Bel Air and Food Source for the Raley's Food for Families holiday food drive.

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Just go to the Raley's Food For Families Facebook page and click on the LIKE button and/or the TWEET button and Raley's will donate 25 cents to help fight hunger in our community.

Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding

Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding

Odds are, you know someone who doesn’t eat gluten. Some people have celiac disease, which is gluten intolerance, while many more are sensitive to gluten. It’s become a bit of a trendy diet in the last few years, which makes it seem silly or unnecessary to some, but many people really do benefit from eating gluten-free. I think Helene at Tartelette described it well in this post, so if you’re questioning the fad, please go read it to see what people with gluten sensitivities go through.

Protestors breastfeeding on the side of a road

DIXON, Ca. - Protestors were in front of the Silveyville Christmas Tree and Pumpkin Farm showing their support for public breastfeeding by openly feeding their babies.

Supporters came out to the farm after a mother was asked to stop breastfeeding in public. They were equipped with signs and their babies. One sign read, "Breast milk does a body good!"

Rachel Hill, mother of son Cole, felt the need to protest against the pumpkin farm after an employee had asked to her to "cover up" during her visit last Sunday. Hill took this comment as an ultimatum and felt they were kicking her out of the farm if she didn't cover up while breast feeding her son.

"Girl came up to me and said, you need to cover up because people are complaining and when I refused, she kinda just walked away. Then I went to find a manager and when I found a man who "SAID" he was a manager, I told him I wouldn't cover and he said if I wouldn't cover then I had to leave," said Hill.