WASHINGTON — We are at a point where we will soon have vicious ideological debates over motherhood and apple pie.
PRAY — The 63-year-old chief of Gardiner’s volunteer fire department has this joke with some of his volunteers: You can quit the department when you bring a note from the coroner.
BISMARCK, N.D. — A regional nonprofit group that plants crops for farmers in need in the spring and harvests crops in the fall is now adding some summertime work.
Raising five kids is not for the faint-hearted, especially if you’ve not done it before -- and Bill hadn’t.
GE Capital employee Monica Delpriore works on a craft project with first-grader Dorinda Gray at Washington Elementary School on Thursday. GE and Washington Elementary are part of the Partners in Education program, which is sponsored by the Education Foundation of Billings Public Schools.
Adrianna Carsten makes a craft mitten with GE Capital site leader Kevin Hanson at Washington Elementary School on Thursday. GE and Washington Elementary are part of the Partners in Education program, which is sponsored by the Education Foundation of Billings Public Schools.
Nearly 100 years ago — decades before electronic record-keeping or FBI criminal background checks — the Boy Scouts of America devised its own system of files to keep out those who might try to harm children.
POWELL — Volunteers have rescued about 6,000 trout from irrigation canals around Powell and returned them to the Shoshone River.
Hundreds of volunteers spread out across Yellowstone County today to pick up litter along the roadsides. The local effort was held in conjunction with the national event, The Great American Cleanup.
Editor’s note: The appropriations bill introduced last month by U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg would eliminate most funding for AmeriCorps. The authors of this commentary are members of the Montana Campus Compact, including these college presidents: Waded Cruzado of Montana State University, Royce …
Joann Palmieri volunteers her time every other Wednesday to cook and serve lunch to children at Pioneer School northeast of Billings
Volunteers Brandon Bills and Megan Tobin wheelbarrel wood chips to the playground of Community Day Care and Enrichment Center on Tuesday.
Volunteer Dan Loderbauer wheels woodchips to the playground of Community Day Care and Enrichment Center on Tuesday.
POWELL, Wyo. — Fresh saplings now dot a stretch of Timber Creek east of Meeteetse, thanks to Trout Unlimited and an army of volunteers whose work will be featured in the pages of Field and Stream magazine in October.
His yarmulke in place, Daniel Lurie, 14, of Roundup sat down on the concrete floor at the Billings Food Bank Tuesday morning and sorted potatoes with two other teens.
Volunteers launch and anchor floating islands made from recycled plastic in order to re-oxygenate a pond at the Audubon Conservation Education Center as part of an early Earth Day celebration.
CHEYENNE - Some Cheyenne-area churches report that they're seeing an increase in people willing to volunteer their time in response to the recent financial downturn.