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Charlo grads make plans for future, scholarships

Shad Andersen plans on working to get his pilot’s license and eventually hopes to fly helicopters.  Paije Bauer plans on working to get her tattoo license and travel the country seeing where life takes her.  Tyla Castor plans to attend Brigham Young University-Idaho to pursue a career in graphic design. Charlo Perpetual scholarship, $1,000 Kalista Clark will attend Salish Kootenai College in the fall to study nursing.  Clayton DeLong plans to attend the University of Montana Western to study Biology.  Brooklyn Foust plans on attending BYU--Hawaii where she will pursue a degree in biomedical sciences. Upon graduation Brooklyn will pursue a...


Ronan High School celebrates 74 graduates Ronan High School celebrates 74 graduates

RONAN – Commencement speaker and teacher Clair Hibbs-Cheff called the 74 Ronan graduates, “the new hope of our community.”  Hibbs-Cheff said the students should never give up on themselves, and they should “be each other’s keepers” by caring for one another as thei...


Polson graduates celebrate accomplishments Polson graduates celebrate accomplishments

  PABLO – One hundred and one graduates crossed the stage during the 2018 Polson High School commencement ceremony held at the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo on Saturday. The ceremony is usually held at the Linderman gym in Polson, but the facility is being repaired.  Polson...


Twenty-four students receive diplomas Twenty-four students receive diplomas

St. Ignatius celebrated the 100th graduating high school class on Saturday as 24 graduates received diplomas.  Joe McDonald graduated from the school in 1951. He was invited to give the graduation address in honor of the centennial. He said the students can achieve their dreams with hard work like ma...


Second grade students show off smarts at science fair Second grade students show off smarts at science fair

RONAN – Exploding milk, bouncing eggs, and square bubbles were just a few of the unique science experiments on display last Wednesday afternoon during the annual K. William Harvey Elementary School second grade science fair. “This is our fourth year doing it,” said Alicia Hakes, science ...


Arlee graduates celebrate milestone - Class of 2018 Arlee graduates celebrate milestone - Class of 2018

ARLEE – Thirty-three Arlee High School graduates listened as teacher Ryan Landolfi gave them a bit of advice during his commencement address on Sunday, May 27. He encouraged them to value relationships and call their old friends once in a while to touch base. He said if something goes wrong as they ...


Students make UM spring semester Dean’s List

News from the University of Montana  MISSOULA – At the University of Montana, 2,638 students made the spring semester 2018 Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List. To qualify, students must be undergraduates, earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher and receive grades of A or B in at leas...


Area seniors win MACo President’s Scholarships

News from the Montana Association of Counties LAKE COUNTY – William D. Barron, Montana Association of Counties President and Lake County Commissioner, recently announced the awards of the 2018 MACo President’s Scholarships. Briala Forman is the winner of the $1,000 Montana Association of Cou...


Tech camp offered for Native students Tech camp offered for Native students

News from Salish Kootenai College Tech 4 Good Program PABLO – In a community where hope for a bright future sometimes seems in the far reaches, the Flathead Tech4Good initiative aims to offer opportunities that build technological skills and inspiration for future opportunities. To empower area yo...


UM School of Journalism launches Media Lab, hires founding director UM School of Journalism launches Media Lab, hires founding director

News from the University of Montana School of Journalism MISSOULA – The University of Montana School of Journalism has established a new media lab to serve as a center of innovation offering skills-based journalism training to members of the public interested in multimedia storytelling and audienc...


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