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honor roll first quarter 2020-21

Ronan High School 4.0 GPA Twelfth grade: Erik L. Bettwieser, Lindsey M.Brooks, Brant J.Heiner, Kiana L. King, Tucker L. Lytton, Madeline M. McCrea, Joseph R.Parnell, Ashley K.Rigby,Sariel A. Sandoval, Narya I.Sharma, Skyler A. Shima, Kristiana G. Sopke, Blaine M. Wearly  Eleventh grade: Angelys R. Carson, Olivia R. Clairmont, Danielle R. Coffman, Linzie L. Couture,  Mackenzie M. Couture, Aaliyah N. Decker, Nicholas M. Dresen, Megan C. Evelo, Lexie E. Gauthier, Chase R. Kintz, Rylie M. Lindquist, Kylee L. Niemeyer, Layla A. Pretty On Top, Hannah E.  Rowe, Kambrie N. Rubel, Kiara A. Sherman, Kyyen L. Shigley, Ashlie L. Welker   Tenth grade: Cloe C. Ba...


Reach Higher Montana launches annual scholarships campaign Reach Higher Montana launches annual scholarships campaign

News from Reach Higher Montana MONTANA — November is National Scholarship Month, and the nonprofit Reach Higher Montana is celebrating with its annual Stick with Scholarships Campaign.  The campaign encourages students to place a student-designed Reach Higher Montana sticker on an appropri...


Annual university competition food drive starts

MSU News Service and UM News  MONTANA — An off-field competition between Montana State University and the University of Montana to see which school can collect the most donations for its local food bank began Nov. 6. The Can the Griz food drive, as the annual friendly battle is known to Bobca...


Honor roll for first quarter 2020-21

Arlee Junior High Perfect Attendance  Eighth grade: Jeremy Martin, Brody Smith, Brooke Tanner Seventh grade: Aiden Swab, Moses Curtiss   High honor roll 3.7 & above Eighth grade: Dallas Ellison, Dylan Lovejoy, Jeremy Martin, Faith Sween, Brooke Tanner, Alonah...


Second grade pumpkin decorating contest winners announced Second grade pumpkin decorating contest winners announced

News from S&K Gaming POLSON — Second grade students at Linderman Elementary School were given pumpkins, donated by the KwaTaqNuk Resort, to paint and get in the spooky spirit as part of the Polson Business Community’s annual pumpkin painting contest. Teachers encouraged students to le...


UM Scientists study shifts in forest cover caused by fires, climate change UM Scientists study shifts in forest cover caused by fires, climate change

UM News Service MONTANA — New University of Montana research highlights how climate change and wildfires could profoundly alter forests across the Rocky Mountains. UM scientists examined where high-severity wildfires – combined with hot, dry conditions following fire – are likely to...


Office of Public Instruction receives $3.5M

News from OPI MONTANA — The Montana Office of Public Instruction received a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to provide professional development to general and special educators in serving special needs students.  The grant is authorized by the federal In...


Vikings celebrate homecoming week Vikings celebrate homecoming week

CHARLO — Last week was homecoming week for students at Charlo High School, and while some of the traditional homecoming activities were not feasible due to COVID-19 restrictions, Viking pride could still be found everywhere. Students dressed up on Monday showing off their patriotic pride. On Tuesday...


Polson homecoming events get modified due to COVID-19 Polson homecoming events get modified due to COVID-19

POLSON — The homecoming of 2020 will be one to remember for the Polson Pirates and Lady Pirates. After many of the traditional homecoming activities had already been sidelined due to the coronavirus pandemic, the football, volleyball and girls’ soccer homecoming games where all canceled due to...


UM, Montana Health Department partner to grow COVID-19 testing capacity

UM News Service MONTANA – As demand for COVID-19 testing increases across Montana, the University of Montana is launching a new partnership with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services to process COVID-19 tests on campus. The partnership between UM and DPHHS will provide the ...


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