When Cynthia Fontanella saw the numbers, she was surprised.
It wasn’t that almost 66,595 kids in the United States had killed themselves from 1996 to 2010, although that was bad enough.
It was that the suicide rate for rural kids was double that of urban kids — and the gap was getting wider . . .
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