News of the Day

Thursday, May 13, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

9-year-old reports kidnap attempt
Raise and release: Fourth-graders study life cycle of trout

Billings Gazette

Volunteers helped turn out votes for school levies
Growing acceptance of marijuana ends up putting teens into rehab center

Butte Standard

Youth Dynamics to expand
Butte Y gets $25,000 donation from Washington Foundation
History comes alive

Bozeman Chronicle

On track to teach
Silent auction fundraiser Saturday for Irving School's Destination Imagination team

Great Falls Tribune

School trustees to apply for 'Race to the Top' grant funds

Passion for politics leads to candidates' forum
Daylong events mark dedication of Native American Center at UM
Area Health Education Centers nurture careers in medicine


Staying fit in the Big Sky
Northern names provost
More Havre students see bullying as a problem
Career Day in Hamilton
Kalispell schools working to cut $603,000
College graduates record 2010 class
Wasting disease strikes high school seniors
Five teachers opt for early retirement incentive
Voters elect Culver, approve all levies by a landslide
Award-winning VHS artist hopes to pursue art career
Schools awarded $676,968 Quality Schools Project grant to replace boilers in CBHS/MS
Augusta approves levies, Young, white voted on board
Teachers complete program to improve science ed
Lodge Grass students go to D.C., meet Rehberg
Hardin High hosts anti-meth powwow and walk
Moore, Daley elected in close Choteau race
School levies pass across county
Schools should honor multiple valedictorians
Superintendent is grateful for support
School kids get in dirt
Students throw paint to create mural art
School board election results
Guest Editorial: Paint the state this summer
FFA is back
Trustees address FFA Vo-Ag, financial challenges, goals
FFA and vo-ag support
Dear Editor
Built on a 'hunch'
Laurel schools wrestle with tax issue
Tobacco prevention conference starts today
Eighth grade students dangle in suspense
Dreyer, Koel win Gardiner seats; Shields voters OK levies
Officials outline Park High upgrades
Park High bond issues detailed
Former cook sues Gardiner School District for firing
Man said to have tried to lure kids into his pickup
School trustees vote not to rehire music teacher
Para-educators do great job in Richland County
Healthy lessons

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