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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

Votes needed for local artists until May 3

News from St. Ignatius School District   ST. IGNATIUS – The St. Ignatius School District is among the top 50 schools in the running to win a $75,000 art education donation thanks to the Vans Custom Culture competition.  Students need your help to rally the community to help them become...

Local students receive Governor's Office scholarships

News from the Governor’s Office of Community Service HELENA – The Governor’s Office of Community Service, in partnership with Reach Higher Montana and Montana Campus Compact, awarded $1,000 scholarships to 100 Montana high school seniors, the agency announced today. The Youth Serve ...

Sports shorts for April 24, 2019 Sports shorts  for April 24, 2019

Tennis Ronan Chiefs On Thursday, the Ronan boys tennis team picked up a 5-2 win over Libby, while the girls struggled against the Lady Loggers falling 6-1. Earlier in the week, the teams fell to Corvallis; boys 7-5 and girls 7-1. Mission Bulldog s Maria Bugeda, Pam Frost and doubles partne...

Voters can expect to see Lake County mail-in election ballots around April 17

LAKE COUNTY – The upcoming school and special purpose district election is an all mail-in ballot election. Lake County Election Administrator Katie Harding said the ballots for the May 7 election will be mailed out on April 17. Eight issues are scheduled to be decided in districts from Arlee to Pols...

Rain, rain, go away: softball games get rained out Rain, rain, go away: softball games get rained out

ST. IGNATIUS – With field conditions last week more suited for a bass-fishing tournament than a girls’ high school softball game, the Mission-Arlee-Charlo (MAC) Lady Bulldog’s 2019 season home openers against the Eureka Lady Lions and Libby Lady Loggers were scrapped, rescheduled and reloca...

Charlo girls' track team wins memorial competition Charlo girls' track team wins memorial competition

POLSON – The Charlo Lady Vikings girls’ track and field team deployed claimed a dominating victory in the Dave Tripp Memorial at the Polson High School track on Friday. With 11 top-five finishes, including four victories, the Lady Vikings racked up 105.5 points, well ahead of the 93 points tot...

Local students stand out in third-quarter honor rolls

Polson High School  4.0 Freshman: Gabriella Anderson, Jazlyn Dalbey, Katelyne Druyvestein, Ryan Dupuis, Xavier Fisher, Halle Heninger, Taleah Hernandez, Phillip Reed, River Schmidt-Eder, Brookelyn Slonaker, Elizabeth Tolley Sophomores: Nina Barfoot, Berkley Ellis, Spencer Henning, G...

Former school bus driver receives deferred sentence Former school bus driver receives deferred sentence

A former school bus driver and owner of a bus company who was caught in possession of methamphetamine had his sentence deferred for three years in accordance with a plea agreement on March 14 by District Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher. Scott William Johnson, 55, pled guilty to a single count ...

School meal participation rises statewide, locally

ST. IGNATIUS – It’s easy for St. Ignatius students to be fueled up and ready to learn thanks to the two hot meals they’re offered at school each day — free of charge. “Not being hungry is one of our most important considerations for students as far as academic achievement,&rd...

The concentration was palpable in the Ronan Performing Arts Center as 40 middle school students from across the county strained to recall the correct spellings of words from “quesadilla” to “tsunami.” In the end, St. Ignatius eighth grader Michelle Jury took first place in the a...


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