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John M. Steiner / The Sun Amber Entzminger holds a holstein dairy calf and shows the animal’s heart-shaped marking on the side of its face.

A father’s plea and a sign lead to sobriety

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Amber Entzminger turns 30 next month and is 64 days sober after seeking treatment for her addiction to alcohol.

Entzminger said after years of drinking to the point of passing out, and pleading guilty to her fourth drunk driving charge in February, her father, Greg Entzminger, asked her around Father’s Day to seek treatment at Heartview Foundation in Bismarck.
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Chris Olson
Hometown: Traverse City, MI College: Northwestern Michigan College and Michigan State University
(701) 952-8454
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