Stacy Tregellas, 54, of Atlanta, Tim Garrison, 46, of Michigan and John White, 37, of Rock Hill, S.C., arrived in Williston, N.D., at the end of August 2012 in search of jobs, and remain in the area today as friends and thankful this Thanksgiving for a second chance.
“Exercise has been demonstrated over and over to be useful,” Johnson says. “Truth is, any level is of value.” Walking, he says “gets you outside, and some outside is good as long as you don’t overdo it. The best way to get Vitamin D is sunshine.”Years added? At least three years. That’s the …
Swinging teaches children about phsyics and is still the most popular outdoor element to your child's swing set.
As a longtime nanny, Molly Bittrolff has always looked for something to occupy the kids under her care. In her new business venture, she’ll help others with little ones do the same.
Old-school games such as jacks are featured at Saturday’s Playapalooza at the Western Heritage Center.
Americorps VISTA volunteers Jessie Obee, left, and Amy Dixon are working on a play detailing their interviews with homeless children at the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter. The play will be presented at Venture Theatre.
Rachel Sitzman and Vint Lavinder star in “Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know.” The musical comedy is showing at the old Cine 7 weekends through April 15. For tickets, call Kelly Martin at 591-3335.
Tyler Starkweather and Dmitri DeSpain are featured players in “Totally RED!” Skyview High stages the shows Dec. 2-3 in the school’s theater.
Skyview High students play a scene from their production of “Totally RED!” They are: foreground from left, Macy Cyr and Aneshia Ogger; and background from left, Dmitri DeSpain, Dani Wendlandt, Kathryn Syvertson, Alyssa Siedel, Claudia Saucedo and Tyler Starkweather.
Young children and pets can often add extra wear and tear to your home. Protect your flooring, furniture and walls with these tips.
Bundled-up lovebirds singing to each other while sitting in the snow? It must be the new Broadway musical smash ... wait for it ... “Snowshoe Woo!”
Lockwood parent and teacher Barbara Frank, right, goes over plans recently to start a fund drive to refurbish the Lion's Lair playground with other parents in the Lockwood School board room. The effort has been named the "Extreme Lion's Lair Makeover."
Children play on the Lion's Lair playground at Lockwood School. Parents hope to raise enough money to refurbish the wooden play area.
The Lion's Lair is a huge play area that has served the Lockwood community well for about 15 years, but it needs some work.
Sarah Farzam, left, Dylan Morenzi, right, and others move to the music during the workshop "Uncover the Music Within You" at the 92nd Street Y Wonderplay Early Childhood Conference: The Importance of Play, Imagination and Creative Thinking.
In a classroom, a group of preschool teachers squatted on the floor, pretending to be cave-dwelling hunter-gatherers.