Solving the Lunch Conundrum

It’s no secret that kids can be picky eaters and coming up with ideas for healthy school lunches can be challenging. It becomes even more so when there are multiple children all with different taste buds! In our house, one kid likes leftovers from the night before, the other doesn’t like much of anything. So […]

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East Gallatin Recreation Area Water Quality

The Recreational Waters Bacterial Monitoring Program regularly monitors bacterial loads in the waters associated with public beaches within Gallatin County during times of peak use, and takes necessary corrective actions to protect public health. Note: Samples are collected during one week per month. There are limits to the safety assumptions that can be made for […]

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August is ‘Kids Eat Right’ Month

  With childhood obesity on the rise, making sure kids eat right and get plenty of exercise is vital. Parents and caregivers can play a big role in children’s nutrition and health, teaching kids about healthy foods, being a good role model and making sure physical activity is incorporated into each day. August, which is […]

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Put back-to-school immunizations on your to-do list!

Although the start of school may not be on your radar, getting on a vaccination schedule should be. Some vaccines require more than one dose, so it’s important to plan ahead. Below is a list of necessary vaccinations required to attend school or participate in pre-school or a licensed childcare establishment. There are 14 serious […]

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