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Articles with the Tag: Ronan schools

Students reap rewards for essays Students reap rewards for essays

News from the Kuilix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution ST. IGNATIUS — Good Citizens Essay Contest Awards were presented on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the United Methodist Church in St. Ignatius. This is the first year for our new Kuilix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, to offer t...

Ronan, Mission fight through districts Ronan, Mission fight through districts

    Bulldogs move on, despite loses   ST. IGNATIUS – The Bulldogs started off on the right foot snagging the District spot from Ronan in the play-in game, but came up short in Hamilton. Yet the team advances to divisional play this week.  On Tuesday, the Bulldogs took...

Pablo chooses Dawson Pablo chooses Dawson

RONAN – Ryan Pablo, a Ronan High School senior, is locked in and ready and to take to the baseball diamond in Glendive after signing his letter of intent to become a Buccaneer at Dawson Community College.  Pablo will be studying physical education with aspirations to transfer to a four-year col...

Scholarships available through Job Service

News from Lake County Job Service POLSON — The Lake County Job Service Employers Committee (JSEC) is accepting applications for the Ken Rohrenbach Scholarship. The Committee will be providing two $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school or home school seniors in Lake County. The deadlin...

Ronan board approves superintendent contract

RONAN – Superintendent Andy Holmlund will lead the Ronan School District through the 2016-2017 school year. In a 4-1 Feb. 10 vote that saw no discussion, trustees approved a $122,000 base salary for Holmlund for that school year. It will be the same as his 2015-2016 base salary, but a slight increas...

Chiefs in sore spot

  RONAN – The Chiefs took a few dives in their last week of regular season play. Tuesday the Chiefs played a make-up game against Deer Lodge at home, where the Wardens squeaked by the Chiefs in a disappointing 47-48 loss. Kollin Wroblewski led the Chiefs with 16 points. On Thursday, Ronan ho...

Maidens grab one for three

  DEER LODGE – The Maidens picked up a win out of the three games played this last week of regular season games. On Tuesday the Maidens traveled to Deer Lodge to make up a game that had previously been canceled due to weather. The Maidens lost 33-67 to the Lady Wardens. Alaina Madsen and Lee Ca...

Ronan robotics team takes third at state

RONAN — On Friday, Jan. 31, Ronan High School competed in the Montana State FIRST Robotics Tournament in Bozeman. This year’s challenge, Block Party, brought with it 36 teams ready to compete. Team 724 from Simms started an internal bet on all teams having a working autonomous program; from there...

Ronan Middle School announces honor roll

Fifth grade 4.0: Lillian Armstrong, Nina Barfoot, Sean Calahan, Neah DePoe, Nicholas Ellerton, Berkley Ellis, Keith Erickson, Bella Farrier, Qia Harlan, Grace Hobbs, Ali Hupka, Ara Mercer, Xavier Pierre, Michael Smith, Maggie Todd, Pasqal Yarlott  High Honor Roll: Taylor Holm, Paige Mergenthaler, ...

Leslie Brothers, Chipp Reum to wed Leslie Brothers, Chipp Reum to wed

RONAN — Leslie Kathleen Brothers, daughter of Babe and Sonny Brothers of Ronan, and Chipp Michael Reum, son of Carlie and the late Carole Reum of Ronan, are engaged to be married. Both Leslie and Chipp reside in Tekoa, Wash., and are graduates of Ronan High School. Leslie is employed as a hostess at...


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