Play-Based Learning: Let Them Be Kids
Many of us look back on childhood fondly; the “good ol’ days” full of laughter and playing with our friends. While it seems like those times were just for fun, it turns out that we were likely learning more than we realized.
Multigenerational Family Vacations
After the pandemic brought travel virtually to a halt, many families are excited to get back on the road! There’s a new trend on the rise in family vacations that you might want to consider: including grandparents.
Making the Move Easier on Families
The Rapid City Rush hired Scott Burt as the new head coach this past summer, and he moved...
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Foster Parents Share Heartbreak, Hope, and Love
When Chris and Sara Hornick decided to become foster parents, they knew it would be hard. What they didn’t expect was how much it would change their lives for the better.
Preparing for the First Day of Daycare
Preparing for the first day of daycare or being away from your baby can be hard. With some planning, you can make it easier on everyone.
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Making an Impact: Operation Black Hills Cabin
Nestled among the pines of the southern Black Hills is a place for combat veterans and their families to relax, rejuvenate, and make memories
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Mental Health During the Holidays
We asked a local expert how to support your mental health during the holidays to make sure simple joys aren't overrun by hustle and bustle.
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How to Cook for a Crowd
Whether you’re exchanging gifts or watching the Super Bowl, our tips on how to cook for a crowd will make hosting easy.
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An Enchanted Evening
A local Rapid City church hosts an event to give members of our community with special needs a prom night experience they’ll never forget.
Hurricane Ida displaced thousands of people in Louisiana last summer, but also hundreds of animals. Fortunately, animal lovers...
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