News of the Day

Thursday, April 15, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

State schools face insurance nightmare
CHS Link Crew holds benefit dinner tonight

Billings Gazette

Junior League's ongoing project focuses on women, kids at shelter
Kids at local shelter get some needed supplies
Guest Opinion: Billings schools must tap new sources to serve K-12 students well


Darby's Miriam Bender winning fight against cancer
Accreditation team applauds UM research and facilities, cites needs

Butte Standard

Next generation
Butte school candidates tackle tight budget issue
Standard view: 'Paint the State' is great teen project

Bozeman Chronicle

Special Bozeman School Board Meeting today to approve building contracts


State Superintendent aims to reduce dropout rates
Changes OK'd at Havre High
Celebration of books
Emma's House hosts event to fight child abuse
Some school districts will see elections
Schweitzer administration asking agencies to cut personnel costs by 4 percent
Boys & Girls Club closing its doors
Board names new district superintendent
Parent responds to school board candidates
West Point cadet ready to be leader
Music festival will test students and staff
Trustees table teaching decision
Oraw, Thiel seek school board position
Vote in favor of school's budget authority request
Park FFA wins state title
Panel narrows field for Gardiner principal's job
Budget woes
(Laurel) Editorial
Use land revenues for schools
LMS students win honors in PTA 'Reflections' program
LMS math team excels
Dyslexia program this week at MSU
Ballots for area school elections in mail Wednesday
Manhattan Schools, teachers' union ink contract
Belgrade Schools, union contract impasse lingers
Program fights teen pregnancy
Kudos to FFA and advisor
Fairfield one of seven schools . . . Montana schools awarded PPL grants
Science team wins state award
School absentee ballots available April 14
Mission schools powwow
Charlo BPA
Middle school gives 'Why Try' presentation to school board
Bully for the Bully

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