Every 10 years, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution, the population of the United States is counted by the U.S. Census Bureau.
When you read this article, it will be first day of the Y Aquatic Center opening its doors.
Every coin has a story.
Each year in February we celebrate National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week to draw attention to the role of cardiac rehab in reducing the potentially devastating effects of heart disease.
AARP’s Sheridan Action Team will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a free viewing of the movie “Megan Leavey” at 1 p.m. Saturday at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center.
People with mobility issues face a dilemma when it comes to mealtime: Trouble a family member or neighbor to arrange meals for them? Skip meals or eat unhealthy snacks as meals?
Winter brings a unique set of weather related daily routines.
When you visit your doctor, the care does not end the moment you step out of the exam room.
Winter is upon us. Days are longer.
Have you ever had a bad fall, felt like you were going down from being light headed or dizzy, or due to clutter in your surroundings?
The holiday season is quickly approaching and, with that, the spirit of giving and thankfulness is in the air.
Doug Chamberlain did not tell anyone about an order he was forced to carry out in Vietnam until about two years ago, while he was working on his memoir, “Bury Him.”
There is crispness in the air.
November is National Home Care and Hospice Month. One of the most important things a hospice can do is educate the community about hospice care.
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