News of the Day

Thursday, May 20, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

Gallik supports schools
Sheriff says Lincoln boy recants kidnapping story

Billings Gazette

Youth program at Pictograph Cave
Huntley Project graduation moved
Jeff the Nature Guy goes back to school


Educator left life lessons that won't be forgotten

Bozeman Chronicle

Used sports equipment to fund special school projects
Amsterdam School resolves drinking water violations
Chief Joseph kids raise $20,400 in five years for Cancer Center*

Glacier Reporter

Heart Butte and Browning students warned about drinking and driving after graduation


CSKT and Tribal Education celebrate the 2010 TED honorees*
Binger Ranch tour highlights role of agriculture for fourth graders
Walk-A-Thon raises funds for Polson elementary schools
$122k and counting
National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day observed

Great Falls Tribune

CMR seniors aim high with research projects
Students seek to put Chief Joseph on $20 bill
Teen Advice: Help, all my friends want to do is drink and I feel left out


Whitefish Students Take 3rd in Business Challenge
Teen pregnancy is big problem in Montana
Educators group pushes Legislature for funding
A successful season
SRS says 'yes' to full-day kindergarten
Youth show heart through actions
Funding dries up for after-school program
Super bowl of reading
Most students want to keep open campus
Home of: Erich Trickel*
River honoring
Reminder on underage drinking
School sex ed classes
Otter Creek coal foes bring lawyers to fight
Montana FFA announces its 'Stars' for 2010*
Editorial: Farewell, Mr. Benz
Russell receives MSCA award*
Fairview girl's work published
Supporting students
Graduation is special time for families
Sidney School Board holds reorganizational meeting
National Honors
Richey earns exemplary writing honor*
Nominations sought for Montana Teacher of the Year
Mock accident drives home point
School board calls for applicants to fill position
OPI to send Laurel much needed cash
Help for the homeless*
Editorial - Vo-ag curriculum
Looking for commitment to ag
LHS valedictorian, salutatorian a close finish
Molt girl wins $1,000 scholarship*
Singers given scholarships
Reception set May 25 for retiring Dutton/Brady teachers
School board meeting cut short by county superintendent

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