Every 15 Minutes program will bring horrors of drunken driving to students firsthand
Havre High School students will get a crash course Tuesday on the effects of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Students will take part in Every 15 Minutes, a day-long program to show firsthand what drinking and driving can do.
The first thing the students will see is fellow students being pulled from class every 15 minutes during the morning. Each student will return to class with his or her face covered in white makeup, while a law enforcement official reads a notice to the class that their classmate is the victim of a fatal alcohol-related accident. The student can't speak to anyone...