Combining physical activity into your daily routine is a great way to get regular exercise. Next week, during national Bike, Walk, Bus Week, organized events encourage commuters to park their cars in the driveway and use alternative forms of transportation to get to school or work.
Rebekka Lynn is a straight-A student, starting her freshman year at Cody High School and is passionate about art and writing. The teenager from Cody, Wyo., volunteers at the library, where she’s good at organizing books, and at the local Humane Society.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who authorities say walked away from a Billings pre-release center Tuesday evening.
As gusty winds boosted the Arnica fire to more than 9,000 acres over the weekend, Yellowstone National Park fire officials could only hope the weather forecast was correct - snow by Wednesday.
On May 2, 335 walkers and 50 volunteers joined forces to raise $54,500 and awareness for multiple sclerosis. The Multiple Sclerosis Society is striving for a statewide goal of $200,000.
Nikole Legare holds her 15 month old daughter Jadyn outside her new mobile home Monday May 11, 2009. Legare had help from a HRDC program to purchase the new home.
Before this winter, Nikole Legare was living in a mobile home so old and drafty that it was costing her as much as $900 a month to heat it with propane.
Ivaleen Reed works in the mail room of the Indian Health Services in the federal building Monday May 11, 2009. Reed, who hopes to eventually go through pharmacy school, has been helped by HDRC programs to get out of poverty and begin fulfilling her dreams.
Beginning April 29, the Billings community is invited to go for a "walk in the ballpark" (Dehler Park) all weekdays from 11:30am to 1:30pm. There is no charge.
Vintage Suites care giver Tara Watts helps Hilda Lundberg, left, and Bette Luther make teddy bears for the Alzheimers Memory Walk on Tuesday, April 14, 2009.
A crocheted purple bear sitting at the lobby desk greets visitors to Vintage Suites at Grand Park.
Vintage Suites caregiver Tara Watts, left, helps Hilda Lindberg, center, and Bette Luther make teddy bears for the Alzheimers Memory Walk.