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Everyday Miracles: Your Delivery Bag

The big day is on the horizon! The nursery is almost complete, your baby shower is in the books, you've taken those prenatal classes and in all the anticipated due date just feels so far off. But now in your third trimester, it's time to think about what needs to go with you to the hospital. Even at just 8 months it's best to have a bag packed in preparation so you don't forget anything in that rush to labor and delivery!

We've listed some items below you will need for the birth of your baby, and as well some nice to haves! And to all the Moms out there: if you have other items that have proved helpful, be sure to let us know in the comments on our Facebook page!

Nourishing Care: Feeding the Community

One of the standing promises of Memorial Hospital of Converse County is to deliver Advanced Medicine. Hometown Care. And it's this very Hometown Care we focus on when we work to nourish our community in our Arbor Cafe. We sat down with a few key players to discuss the efforts of our cafe in recent years, especially how we're literally nourishing people at our tables on the weekends by building a community in our Sunday Brunch and Special Meal offerings.

Picnic Poison - Keeping Food Poison At Bay When Eating Outdoors This Summer

The sun is shining, there's a light breeze (well for Wyoming), the grass is green… perfect weather for dining out of doors right? Maybe, but only if you've got everything correct in the way of food prep. No one relishes the idea of food poisoning, and it's not a welcome going home present to give your guests from your backyard barbecue. So before you fire up the grill and put out the plastic cutlery let's review some tried and true tips for avoiding 'picnic poison' and work to keep everyone healthy and well!

The Flu Shot - What You Need and Why You Need It

We Remember. We Remain Cathcart Strong.

As we say good-bye this weekend to Billy Cathcart, we remember and will honor him always.

Air Quality, Smoke & Your Health

Heat Stroke: What You Need To Know