Applying makeup with a brush tends to be safer than just using hands, but wands and brushes can also act as a conduit for germs and should be cleaned weekly.
Space between the stairs and the wall is widening around a staircase in Laurel's central office gymnasium.
Tim Bronk, Laurel schools superintendent, right, and facilities director Norm Stamper look over the gymnasium closed after cracks appeared in walls in the nearly 100-year-old building.
Laurel’s gymnasium and the nearby playground are closed after cracks appeared in walls.
Ceiling tiles have been removed to inspect the roof of the Laurel Middle School gymnasium.
Cracks have appeared in an exterior wall at the Laurel Middle School gymnasium. The building was closed last spring and an engineering firm was brought in to assess the damage. It was discovered that the water table at the building’s southwest corner changed over the years, which caused the …
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Charity begins at home, but tax breaks can help.
Last week’s election set the stage for some important political debates, including one about the future of giving in our country. Over the course of the next six weeks, federal lawmakers will set the terms for the tax debate in 2013. The Obama administration favors limiting the charitable de…
Kathryn "Katie" Bell has joined the board of directors of the Billings Community Foundation. Bell is an attorney at Moulton Bellingham. She graduated from the University of Montana School of Law with honors in May 2005, and completed her education by obtaining an LLM degree in taxation at Ne…
The National Kidney Foundation of Colorado, Montana and Wyoming will host the Inaugural Billings Kidney Walk on Sept. 13 at Pioneer Park (Virginia Lane and Avenue D, Billings).
Protesters gather on the Yellowstone County Courthouse lawn April 15 for a tea party protest. The same group that promoted the tea parties - the Americans for Prosperity Foundation - is promoting a rally Monday against the proposed cap-and-trade system to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
The Americans for Prosperity Foundation, which opposes legislation in Congress to limit greenhouse gas emissions, offers people hot-air balloon rides June 4 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville to promote its cause.
As Max Baucus' role in key national issues increases, powerful interest groups are touching down in Montana to sway the senator's constituents.
Darci Hertz reads with her son Keatin in North Park last month. Hertz is a volunteer with the Billings Education Foundation's Reading Rocks summer program. With Hertz are program intern Ellie Nigh, left, and coordinator Julie Whitworth.
Monday was the highlight of the year for members of the Billings Community Foundation.
The Billings Gazette is committed to promoting volunteerism as a way to build a caring community for all citizens, especially our youth. This weekly listing includes opportunities available with organizations registered with the United Way Volunteer Center.
WORLAND - Kate Loveless, a 2000 Worland High School graduate, is going to prove just because a person is visually impaired doesn't mean she is disabled.
Kate Loveless, third from left, holds a check presented by Nancy Haynes of the Thermopolis Lions Club to help cover room and board costs associated with IRS training in Little Rock, Ark. The two are flanked by her mother, Winnie, left, and Mick Barrus and her father, Mike.