A list of the most important items every outdoors person should own
HAVRE — An ordinary day at Havre High School turned life-threatening for one student, but luckily for him, a friend nearby was ready to save the day.
Summer is officially here. And with it comes knee and elbow scrapes, mosquito bites, sunburn, bee stings and a host of other injuries and conditions that might need medical attention — or the help of a first-aid kit and a little TLC.
First-aid kits should be tailored to the specific medical needs of the household, but there are some items every first-aid kit should contain, such as sterile scissors, aspirin, a thermometer and adhesive bandages.
Kacie Robertus, a family nurse practitioner at Riverstone Health Clinic, displays a well-stocked first-aid kit that she keeps in her car.
CPR Saturday offers free CPR training classes on Feb. 18 at Metra Park. Free CPR classes will be offered throughout the day starting at 8 a.m. Certification courses will be offered at 8:30 a.m. and noon for $40.
The holiday season brings safety risks along with the bustle and bustle.
Billings Clinic Community Training Center has received the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association's 2011 Public Spirit Award.
WORLAND — Patients in the physical therapy pool usually don’t splash assistant therapist Lisa Fernandez.
This March, Obsessed Outdoors will be providing four days of outdoor education with its Kids' Spike Club Outdoor Seminar for youngsters ages 9 to 12.
Lena Conlan of the Wilderness Medicine Institute of the National Outdoor Leadership School will give a presentation on Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Emerson Center's Weaver Room in Bozeman.
POWELL — Powell Valley Community Education is offering American Red Cross certification classes. The first class, Adult/Child/Infant CPR, is from 6 to 10 p.m. Nov. 17 in the Northwest College Johnson Fitness Center, Room 4. Standard First Aid Certification is also 6 to 10 p.m. on Dec. 1 at t…