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Articles with the Tag: Dixon

Dixon School celebrates 100 years Dixon School celebrates 100 years

Story and photos by Rob Zolman / Valley Journal DIXON – If the walls of the Dixon school could talk, they might tell stories of all the things they have witnessed from horse-drawn wagons to dusty chalkboards and could tell tales about the hundreds of students and teachers who walked the halls and sa...

Dixon School 2018-19 third trimester

Fourth grade: Jordan Boye, Dylann Elverud, Robert Howard, Bryce Roberts, Reese Swensen Fifth grade: Tyler Boye, Amelya Delay, Mark Ioli, Benjamin Matt, Katie Porter, Adele Ranney, Rylee Swensen, Abbigail Wagner Sixth grade: Charlie Elverud, Jayna Hale, Oakley Castello Seventh grade: Brittan ...

Bison stampede supports play equipment for Dixon schools Bison stampede supports play equipment for Dixon schools

DIXON – Some ran, some cheered, some rode in strollers, and some just ate pancakes at the fifth annual Bison Stampede run in Dixon.  Dixon Principal Crista Anderson said this year’s race supports the purchase of new play equipment for the school’s daycare students. The new equipment...

Dixon honor roll for 2019 second trimester

Fourth grade : Dylann Elverud, Reese Swensen   Fifth grade : Tyler Boye, Amelya Delay, Mark Ioli, Katie Porter, Adele Ranney, Rylee Swensen, Abigail Wagner   Sixth grade : Charlie Elverud, Jayna Hale   Seventh grade : Brittan Griego, Henry Ranney, Jayden Whiteha...

Novel set on Flathead Reservation gets award, scheduled for reprint Novel set on Flathead Reservation gets award, scheduled for reprint

Debra Magpie Earling’s novel, “Perma Red,” tells the story of Louise White Elk, a strong-willed Salish woman navigating love and heritage on the Flathead Reservation.  The story is built around the landscape of the Mission Valley and the true history of Earling’s family. &ldqu...

University names local graduates for fall semester 2018

MISSOULA – The University of Montana has 799 students degree candidates for fall semester 2018. Many participated in UM’s first-ever Fall Commencement Ceremony at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, in the Dennison Theatre. The students listed below are UM degree candidates or have been awarded their de...

Dixon School honor roll for first quarter 2018-19

Fourth grade: Dylann Elverud, Reese Swensen   Fifth grade: Mark Loli, Katie Porter, Adele Ranney, Rylee Swensen, Abbigail Wagner   Sixth grade: Charlie Elverud, Jayna Hale   Seventh grade: Brittan Griego, Haley Groneman, Mathew Hale, Henry Ranney, Sncle Rossbach, Jayden Whiteh...

Tribal council funds programs for kids, approves opioid policy Tribal council funds programs for kids, approves opioid policy

PABLO – Two issues supporting health were on the agenda during the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council meeting on Thursday, Nov. 1. The first issue was about children and the second focused on reducing addiction.  Brandon Burke, program manager for the Reason to Live Native suicide ...

From ‘Pedal to Plate’ From ‘Pedal to Plate’

RONAN–Nearly 80 neon-clad cyclists left the Lake County Fairgrounds on Saturday morning carrying forks in their pockets and bags. The riders explored 40 miles of the Mission Valley’s biking infrastructure and used their forks to taste the products of local agriculture at its source. On the ina...

Dixon seniors for Sept. 26, 2018

DIXON — The Dixon Senior Center is a small community of wonderful, and inviting people. If you need a place to enjoy a hot, hardy, meal, or just want to enjoy the company of a few good Dixon folks, the Dixon Senior Center is the place to be. We serve meals every Monday evening at 5:30 p.m. and every Th...


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