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Vandal apologizes to Charlo School Board

CHARLO — The Charlo School Board listened intently to the apology of a young man named Jacob Seibert at a school board meeting last Tuesday. The young man asked the school board for forgiveness two years after “destroying” school property. Seibert, who has never been a student at Charlo, and another minor caused $80,000 worth of damage to school property, setting off fire extinguishers, which in turn knocked out the school’s electronics. “I came to humbly ask for your guys’ forgiveness,” Seibert said, nervously. “I learned a couple things along the way and I have grown.” “I realize what I did was wrong,” Seibert adde...


Ghastly Ghost Out haunts kids to drive sober

RONAN — A gruesome scene horrified the Ronan student body into an eerie silence on Thursday. A body on the ground, teenagers mangled and unconscious, slumped over steering wheels and seats, and the Grim Reaper lurking about, taking his time to select his two victims. The drunk driver, dazed but unharme...


Exceptional students honored

PABLO — Students and their families packed the cafeteria of the Joe McDonald building on the Salish and Kootenai College campus for the Upward Bound and Gear Up reception last Wednesday. The reception honored those students involved in the college preparatory programs and those who have achieved aca...


Run helps Arlee’s ‘Friends’ give back to school

ARLEE — It’s almost time for the first run of the spring in Arlee, and there are more than a few good reasons to participate, no matter your stance on exercise. The annual Buttercup Run, a fundraiser for the Friends of Arlee School, Inc., is March 27, and every entrance fee goes directly to impro...


Spell bound

After seven rounds, only two spellers remained under the lights in the Ronan Performing Arts Center last Thursday night.  Charlo eighth-grader Timber Munson had just been eliminated when she misspelled “tragic,” and victory was close for Polson eighth-grader Cody Baer and Ronan seventh-gr...


Math counts for Ronan Middle School math team

RONAN — Nine middle school mathematicians sit in a classroom during their lunch break, calculating. Their instructor, Shawn Harris, throws another problem on the screen from her computer, which incites a flurry of activity and scribbling on white boards until one student blurts out an answer. Another d...


School board gets update on grant proposals

POLSON — The Polson School Board of Trustees welcomed student representative Laura Hart from Polson High School to their meeting on March 8 at 5 p.m.  Then the trustees dived right into the agenda.  Drew Shealy from First Interstate Bank said School District #23 assets are being moved f...


School board gets robotics lesson

RONAN — The Ronan High School and Middle School robotics team presented their robots to a room full of interested school board members, administrators and teachers on Monday night at a Ronan-Pablo School Board Meeting. The teams, headed by teachers Jesse Gray and Jessica Johnson, were in attendance ...


Linderman celebrates reading with prize drawings

POLSON — Pajama pants with puppies or Spiderman, fuzzy bathrobes and slippers were the dress of the day on Cuddle Up with a Good Book day. Held on Friday, Feb. 26 at 9 a.m. at Linderman School. Cuddle Up with a Good Book day was the culmination of a week dedicated to reading and, coincidentally, Dr. Se...


Charlo students brighten stage with musical production

CHARLO — Hippies, swing dancing, the Backstreet Boys, the Spice Girls, the jitter bug and Aretha Franklin all graced Charlo’s stage on Tuesday night for the unforgettable performance “Entertainment that Stands the Test of Time.” Over 35 Charlo Middle School and High School students...


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