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SFCC releases honor roll for Winter quarter 2023

News from Spokane Falls Community College SPOKANE, WASHINGTON — Spokane Falls Community College lists 1,500 students on its honor roll for winter quarter 2023, which ended in December. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above to be listed on the honor roll. SFCC is one of two co...

Public meetings

  The Polson City Commission meets every first and third Mondays (Wednesday, if the Monday falls on a holiday) of the month at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 106 1st Street East. Meetings are open to the public.    St. Ignatius City Council meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. at Cit...

Plaintiffs ask court to strike down privatized school bill

News from Rylee Sommers-Flannagan, Upper Seven Law HELENA — Late on Feb. 6, 2024, public school plaintiffs—a diverse group that includes the Montana Quality Education Coalition and the League of Women Voters of Montana as well as eight individual Montana teachers, parents, voters, and taxpay...

Briefs for Feb. 7, 2024

Arlee local named to Dean’s list FRANKLIN, MASSACHUSETTES — Dean College is pleased to announce that Elaina Baldwin of Arlee has earned a place on the Dean’s List for the Fall 2023 semester. Students named to the Dean’s List have demonstrated a serious commitment to their studies...

Valley Views

As principals we strive to ensure our schools are engaging, safe and healthy environments that promote learning. However, youth vaping in Montana is threatening our kids’ health and safety and creating unnecessary barriers to academic success. Montana has a serious problem with youth e-cigarette use...

Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers competition opens

News from the Montana Office of Public Instruction   HELENA — Superintendent Elsie Arntzen has announced that under the provisions of the “Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA),” the Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI) is opening applications for the Nita M. Lowey 21st Century C...

Dixon Schools first trimester honor roll

Fourth grade Aaron Mock (4.0) Sid, Boyd (4.0) HarleyMae Lindquist (3.3)   Fifth grade Liam Howard (3.3)   Sixth grade Abram Boyd (3.2) Joey Matt 6 (3.3) Alyra Porter (3.4) Madison Vanderburg (3.3)   Seventh grade Denzel Howard (3.3) Sonny...

Montana Supreme Court says counties wrong on 95-mill tax issue Montana Supreme Court says counties wrong on 95-mill tax issue

The Montana Supreme Court Wednesday ruled against Montana county governments in a dispute over the Montana Department of Revenue’s authority to order the full collection of the 95-mill state-level school equalization levy, a formerly obscure piece of tax bills that became a flashpoint this fall as stat...

Ronan School District hosts band festival Ronan School District hosts band festival

RONAN — High school students from Noxon, Thompson Falls, Plains, St. Regis, Superior, Charlo and Ronan came together on Tuesday, Nov. 14, for a meeting of the bands to produce an evening of music together. Derek Larson, music teacher for St. Regis who conducted during the event, said student musicia...

Dangers of drug use shared during Red Ribbon Week Dangers of drug use shared during Red Ribbon Week

RONAN — Red Ribbon Week activities were held every day last week in Ronan Schools to bring awareness about the dangers of drug use. “It’s never too early to start talking to kids about the dangers and how to be safe when dealing with drugs,” said Ronan teacher Madison Wassam. Re...


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