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Salish Kootenai College celebrates 38th graduation ceremony Salish Kootenai College celebrates 38th graduation ceremony

PABLO – It was a day of accomplishment and celebration for graduates at the Salish Kootenai College as they received their degrees Saturday afternoon. “You are blazing trails for future students. You are blazing trails for your family, your children, for our community and for the professions you are entering,” Dr. Sandra Boham said to the graduates during her commencement speech. She is the president of Salish Kootenai College. The SKC Class of 2018 consists of 149 undergraduates receiving a total of 16 Bachelor of Arts degrees, 28 Bachelor of Science degrees, seven Bachelor of Social work degrees, 44 Associate of Arts degrees, 50 Associate of Science degrees and fou...

SKC Foundation appoints new executive director SKC  Foundation appoints new executive director

News from the Salish Kootenai College PABLO – The Salish Kootenai College Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Delaney as the organization’s Executive Director. Salish Kootenai College Foundation is the non-profit fundraising entity for the college, d...

Toussaint graduates with medical degree, thanks Charlo

News from Jean Paul Toussaint SEATTLE — Jean Paul Toussaint graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine on Friday, May 25, in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Toussaint will be a resident internal medicine physician for the next three years in Seattle at the University of Washington ...

Arlee teacher earns national recognition

News from the National Driver Ed Teachers Association and the National Road Safety Foundation NEW YORK —  Five driver education teachers from Hawaii, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Vermont have been selected by their peers in the American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Associatio...

Honor roll for fourth-quarter 2017-18

Charlo Middle School Karly Alder, Hayden Hollow , Aida Cote, August Hertz, Hayden Smith, Tayre Brown,  Darcy Coleman, Shanel Manuel, Connor Nittinger, Mason Elverud, Declan Avison, Jacob Tomlin, Aubrey Sharbono, Brookelyn Rosenbaum,  Bennan Andersen,  Sidney Bauer, Dawson DuMont, Tucker L...

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 ca...

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 ...


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