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By adding cats to a yoga class, the Humane Society of Jefferson County hopes to register more adoptions.
Law enforcement families face unique stresses, but the good, the bad and the ugly help make these communities become family.
Many—if not most—of the problems some parents are having with their kids are the result of treating their children as if they, their marriage, and their family exist because of the kids when it is, in fact, the other way around.
Friends of Noah-WI hosts its largest fundraiser of the year with Arftic Art for Animals from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, at Pontiac Convention Center, 2809 N. Pontiac Drive, Janesville.
Javier Perez wears two wristbands every day—reminders of the moment a drunk driver careened through a fence at his son's Little League game in April and nearly killed him.
Gretchen and Aaron Kingsley are hosting two Ukrainian sisters in their home until mid-January.
The rate of multiracial marriages and, consequently, multicultural children in the U.S. is certainly on the rise.
For some, it is an ending; for others a beginning. In either case, it is a time of newness, and that can be scary or exciting, depending on millions of variables. But the most important one is you get to decide if you are entering into this new year with anticipation or trepidation.
There are few things worse than getting on a plane and discovering a wailing child and a haggard parent sitting next to you. Few things, that is, except being that haggard parent of the wailing child.
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