OPI News of the Day- February 12, 2013


Tuesday, February 12, 2013
By Abby Coburn
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Independent Record

House Republicans continue to advance 'school choice' bills through Legislature

Ohio mom charged with helping kid in class brawl

*East Helena principal earns national recognition

Billings Gazette

Obama to stress jobs; audience's message is guns

Democrats pitch their mental-health bills

Gazette opinion: Student safety: Stop playing with concussions

Region's top teams, students move on to state mathcounts competition

Missoulian

Improve schools through curriculum, not with free market solutions

*Thompson Falls superintendent to retire after 47 years as educator

Missoula County Public Schools proposes 2 technology levies

Missoula public high schools tops in state for graduation rate

Butte Standard

*Just say the word- Butte teacher is longtime spelling bee announcer

Bozeman Chronicle

Trustees hope to save East Willson from demolition

Suspicious man seen near Hyalite Elementary School

Growing through adventure

Char-Koosta

Dixon school students see improvement due to PAX system

FoodCorps recruiting next 'class' to connect school kids to real food and help them grow up healthy

The Hot Springs Artists Society encourages youth to get creative

Great Falls Tribune

Cascade County task force offering 3 scholarships

Deadline nearing for Montana Centennial Bell nominations

Why I Wear What I Wear: CMR junior shows off his FFA pride

*Halverson earns major accolade



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