News of the Day


Thursday, April 1, 2010
By Faith Moldan
444-5643

Independent Record

Siblings on the radar
Helena students don't want teen center

Billings Gazette

Trooper hopes driving class keeps teens, young adults alive
David Broder: Next up for nation's lawmakers: the classrooms of America

Missoulian

Harlem Globetrotter shares message about attitude, success with students
Eighth-graders made difference one step at a time

Butte Standard

Boy killed in shooting identified

Bozeman Chronicle

Cruzado to try again for a Bozeman college of technology
Results from Destination Imagination state competition
Letter to the editor: Hawks Night Live a treat for audience

Great Falls Tribune

Students get first-responder certifications
Whittier girl says man in car offered her candy

Other

Levies justified for Hamilton school district
Fair-Mont Egan bond vote ends on Tuesday
Six opt for early retirement from schools
Candidate pool gains one, loses one
Schools to face deficit
School layoffs, levy on horizon
Lodge Grass wrestles with school grant dilemma. Following OPI presentation, community discusses prospect of federal School Improvement Grant
Pryor schools accept grant money following meeting
School Board sets elementary levy at $111K
Premium hikes shock school district
Educators back health care, fear school changes
School health care skyrockets
Schools will face deeper cuts if levies do not pass
It's music festival time at school
Back from "incredible" Washington, D.C.
Local teams fare well at DI state tournament
Secretary encourages students to vote
Lions-sponsored Leo Club has charter ceremony
Congressional Art Competition
School orders $15 million bond election
Candidates file for school board
Sidney High School senior enjoys staying involved in activities
Voted levies on school ballot May 4
Band fund-raising campaign begins Saturday
Locals discuss effects of Otter Creek development
3 file for seats on Choteau school board
Power FCCLA attends state leadership conference
"Choices and Consequences" program scheduled April 6 and 7
Fairfield places at state BPA
Dutton/Brady schedules interviews on April 5
Petitioners appeal school transfer ruling
Vote 'yes' for schools
Schools good for business
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