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Articles with the Tag: Helena

Montana Students offered college scholarships

News from GEAR UP HELENA – Montana GEAR UP recently notified 95 seniors, representing 23 Montana high schools, that they had earned the Montana TRIO Achievement Grant. The Montana TRIO Achievement Grant is a one-time award of $1,500. The grant may be used to cover the student’s cost of atten...

Briefs for March 14, 2018

Elks present Ray Lozano RONAN/POLSON — Mission Valley Elks Lodge #1695 through the use of a National Elks Foundation grant will host Ray Lozano, who travels nationally for the Elks talking about drugs and alcohol. Ray has educated and entertained thousands of students in hundreds of schools from A...

Ducks Unlimited to auction off rare moose permit

News from Ducks Unlimited HELENA – Anyone wanting to hunt a Montana Shiras moose state-wide in 2018 will need to participate in a special auction this spring. On March 2, the Helena Ducks Unlimited chapter, on behalf of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MFWP), will auction a Montana Shiras moose l...

Briefs for Jan. 24, 2018

Ronan receives funds to restore arch HELENA — Lake County Community Development Corporation of Ronan received $15,000 to restore the Ronan Arch. Governor Steve Bullock today announced $750,000 in grants to develop and enhance tourism and recreation in 27 Montana communities across the state. The g...

Briefs for Jan. 24, 2018

Applications for academic scholarships now available  News from the Montana Community Foundation HELENA —Montana Community Foundation announces applications for academic scholarships for the 2018-19 year are now available for Montana students. Last year, MCF awarded more than $450,000 in...

Montana’s graduation, completion, dropout rates for 2016-17 school year announced

HELENA — State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen recently announced Montana’s 2016-17 school year graduation, completion and dropout rates. Graduation rates saw a slight increase to 85.8 percent which is up from 85.6 percent during the 2015-16 school year. There was a larger increase in Montana’...

Charlo woman ordered to pay $32K in lost wages

POLSON — A 31-year-old Charlo woman being held in the Helena jail was given a three-year deferred sentence on Jan. 10 for criminal endangerment for her part in an incident that left an employee of the Ronan Town Pump unable to work.  Shirley Ann Felsman was also given a six-month suspended jail...

Nominations for awards sought

News from the Governor’s Office HELENA – The Governor’s Office of Community Service is accepting nominations for the eighth annual ServeMontana Awards. The ServeMontana Awards recognize and thank Montanans for their everyday contributions to their community and civic life through se...

Governor names 2017 Montana highlights

From the office of Governor Steve Bullock HELENA — As 2017 comes to an end, this year in review highlights bipartisan progress by Governor Bullock and his administration to keep Montana moving forward. While not without challenges, including the most expensive fire season on record and a special s...

Hunting dates, rules to be discussed

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks KALISPELL – In January, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is hosting four public meetings across northwest Montana to share information and gather input on tentative hunting season dates and rules for the next two years. The statewide proposals are avai...

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