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While dementia does not increase risk for COVID-19, dementia-related behaviors like paranoia, confusion and agitation may become more pronounced with the changes in normal routine. Additionally, family members and those providing their care may face greater challenges
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The Story Behind “Ask in Earnest” My dad, Dick Tyler, was born during the Depression in 1934. My grandparents didn’t have enough money to go to the hospital, so my grandmother, with the help of a midwife,
The Unified Health Command (UHC), made up of Billings Clinic, St. Vincent Healthcare and RiverStone Health, has taken several steps to prepare for the possible spread of the coronavirus known as COVID-19 in Yellowstone County. To date,
This year, KGHL split our MATE Show Coverage into two full days, Thursday and Friday, to ensure the best possible sound for our listeners. Below, you’ll find a list of the amazing sponsors who made this event
Thanks for stopping in for the tour of KGHL Radio and Northern Broadcasting System! Be sure to listen during FFA Week to KGHL, as local kids YOU may know will be featured on-air throughout the day!
Midland Empire Chapter of Credit Unions has opened applications to graduating seniors in the Billings area to apply for its annual scholarship program. The chapter will be granting two $1,000 scholarships; one to a traditional student, defined
Leif Welhaven and Felicia Burg visited the famous Lonnie Bell Studio to speak with Afternoon host Josh Rath about their Beach Blizzard Fundraiser Saturday, February 29th at the DoubleTree Hotel in Downtown Billings. Listen to the interview
The Montana BioScience Internship Initiative (MBII) is kicking off another event to build better and stronger connections between students and the healthcare industry. On February 17th, 2020, high school students from School District #2 and students from