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Sushi: Just Rolling With the Times

Even YOU can become a sushi-making master There was a time when sushi was exotic and a bit foreign to many people’s taste buds. That’s no longer true. In fact, several local grocery stores stock freshly-made sushi in the refrigerated sections. It seems that most of the strip malls around town have Asian restaurants with…

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Tastings: Inspirational Brews Around Town

A Delight in Every Cup Drinking a cup of coffee should be a moment spent to delight in deliciousness and to ponder the day ahead. For most of us, this brown liquid is gulped in desperate hope that the caffeine will jolt us into the land of the living. The brew becomes more of an…

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Serving up a Fabulously Simple Party

Let the Festivities Begin with a ‘Spring Soiree’ Spring! This is the season to renew our spirits, break free from winter’s chilly grasp and share the beauty of this season with family and friends. Whether it’s a baby shower, a graduation party, a Memorial Day block party or a time spent with friends enjoying the…

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A Second Chance at Life

Tanya Punt escapes death to begin living again Saturday, April 12th of last year started out like many of 44-year-old Tanya Punt’s competitive weekends. As a barrel racer, she would spend time trailering her horse to the stable. She’d saddle up for a warm up ride and then anxiously wait for the race to take…

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‘Women of Faith’ Changed my Life

Loved – The Farewell Tour When Nancy Collyer walked into the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark back in 2005, she felt numb. The pain of losing a child was still way too fresh on her heart. When a friend offered to take her to Women of Faith and make the trek from her small town…

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Why Medical Weight Management is Gaining Ground

The Doctor Is In When it comes to the weighty issue of obesity in this country, seven out of every ten are either overweight or obese. It’s the very reason why Dr. Kathleen Baskett, the Medical Director of St. Vincent Healthcare’s Weight Management, has this to say about the topic. “It keeps me very busy.”…

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You’re Never Too Old

Ada McKeen keeps on running Dr. Cheryl Cook ran her first half marathon when she was 51.  The months of training paid off, and she felt solid during the race until Ada McKeen, then 80, sailed past her. “Are you kidding me?” Cheryl recalls saying to herself.  “Here I thought I was doing pretty well…

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Look What We Found: The Big Cover Up!

Shiplap wall hides decades of design faux pas Living in a 100-year-old home, you inherit a multitude of “decorating sins.” The design faux pas could be due to differing tastes, decorating to the trends of a certain decade or, worse yet, not having the “know-how” to pull off a home improvement project. Sadly, the reason…

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An Internet Weight Loss Sensation

Jennifer Redinger loses 160 pounds & takes on the world Tucked within the Himalayan mountain range sits an awe-inspiring beauty of nature. Its rugged landscape and rigorous incline attracts thousands of climbers each and every year hoping to scale even a portion of its 29,000-foot elevation. Twenty-six-year-old Jennifer Redinger of Billings always dreamt she’d be…

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Out of the Ashes and Into the Fire

The two lives of Ceci Sullivan Ceci Sullivan was immediately star struck when she first set eyes on Michael Davis. He was definitely tall, dark and handsome. And as a 17-year-old girl living on her own, she was blindly swept away by his movie star charm. “He was really attractive. People would compare him to…

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Teen takes her brother’s disabilities in stride

A Day in the Life of Dani In so many ways Dani Jorgensen is a typical 12-year-old. She’s excited about school and is in a gifted and talented program. Like every girl her age, she adores her BFFs, and not long ago she got a puppy – a little black ball of energy she’s named…

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Living on the Yellowstone

This home feature brought to you by River Ranch Retreat on the Yellowstone, where you’ll find stunning views of the Beartooth Mountains, Area Farms, the Yellowstone River and surrounding River Breaks with close proximity to the Clarks Fork and Yellowstone River junction. Build your dream home here and bring your horses. For more information, contact Jerry…

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Retirement Reinvented

How to ride this major wave of change There is possibly no other transition in life that demands a more personal transformation than retirement. Finances change. Relationships change. The entire pattern of life changes. During this exciting time, feelings rise to the surface and not all of them are wonderful. Emotions like self doubt start…

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String it Up!

Fun & crafty throwback to 60s Style What do you get when you mix a slab of wood, some nails and colorful thread? You get an artistic expression with graphic impact. Remember string art? This popular craft from the 60s is making a big and bold comeback and Better To Gather’s studio is one place…

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You’re Not Alone

Counselors team up to shine the light on mental health Right now in America, one out of every four adults and one out of every five children is touched in some way by mental illness. Depression or anxiety might creep in. These individuals might have a parent or loved one who suffers or, worse yet,…

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