- Associated Press - Thursday, March 6, 2014

CLAREMORE, Okla. (AP) - Residents who live in several northeast Oklahoma counties can attend a seminar next week focused on current trends in drug and alcohol abuse among students.

The talk is scheduled for March 13 at Pryor High School. The seminar is for residents who live in Craig, Rogers and Mayes counties, and will partner local law enforcement officials with teachers.

District Attorney Janice Steidley says the seminar is timed to take place before many students leave next month on spring break - a period of time when they’ll be away from their homes and usually unsupervised.

Officials held two seminars earlier in the month.

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