Was your New Year's resolution to rid your house of junk you don't need? If you haven't done it yet, it's probably because you just don't know where to start. Here's a handy list from The Huffington Post of 37 things you definitely don't need to keep any longer:
A friend of mine, who has a Montana cell phone number, believes he was targeted in a cell phone scam that the BBB has issued a warning on. If you get a one ring hangup from the Caribbean Islands, don't call back! Here's more:
Several credit and debit card data breaches have been raising eyebrows in national headlines lately. Apparently, debit card information is the easiest for hackers to obtain. Here are the four riskiest places (all of which are common) to use a debit card:
Since becoming parents, my wife and I have seriously been contemplating the death of our smartphones. I recently came across a blog called "Hands Free Mama" that has now solidified that decision. The blog is written by a mother of two who has discovered the power of living "hands free". In freeing herself of today's devices, she is more connected with her children and no longer sends them the message that they aren't important:
The Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center issued a backcountry avalanche warning for the Bridger and Northern Gallatin ranges earlier this week, where snowpack remains likely for human triggered avalanches:
There has been a massive theft of about 40 million credit and debit card accounts used at retail giant Target between November 27 - December 15. The breach reportedly involved almost all of Target's 1,797 stores in the U.S. If you shopped at Target within the last 3 or 4 weeks, here's what you need to do:
Mt Fish Wildlife & Parks would like to remind anyone who acquires information regarding a wildlife or state lands crime to report it. Poaching is a statewide problem that robs law-abiding citizens of opportunities to see and legally harvest those animals. Assist FWP by reporting any suspected poaching activity. Rewards up to $1,000 are granted and your identity will remain confidential. Here's how:
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