News of the Day

Thursday, November 15, 2012
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

Helenans share 'Great Conversations' to support local schools

Final count gives Juneau 2,264-vote victory


Partnership gives MCPS students training as auto mechanics

Juneau wins Montana schools superintendent race, but recount likely

Butte Standard

Retired special ed teacher named Person of Distinction*

Young student recognized for honoring flag*

BHS speech coaches' awards demonstrate teams' successes*

Provisional ballot gives Juneau slight boost

Bozeman Chronicle

Bridger making a difference for at-risk students

WeTip hotline offers anonymous crime reporting for students, community

New coalition aims to curb youth drug abuse

Teacher prep program accepting applications

Great Falls Tribune

Fight to save tribal languages topic of summit

Great Falls Public Schools Foundation awards grants

Watch video: How to protect yourself, kids from whooping cough

Juneau unofficial winner; Welch not conceding defeat in close OPI race


Plains High School senior to take part in leadership conference in Washington DC* Clark Fork Valley Press

MCPS officials still eyeing math course changes KPAX Missoula

Students go behind the scenes at Superior hospital KPAX Missoula

With all ballots counted, Superintendent of Public Instruction only race that qualifies for recount KBZK Bozeman

Kalispell schools seeing more students KPAX Missoula

Many new local pertussis cases involve adults Daily Interlake

Institute visit opens musical minds Hungry Horse News

Meet the 2012 Mom Congress Montana Delegate

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