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Wright, Harriet L. | Obituaries |  Rapid City Journal

RAPID CITY | Harriet L. Wright, 87, transitioned on April 8, 2019, at the Rapid City Hospice House.

Students clean up community through reusable grocery bag project  ABC FOX Montana

A group of Hot Springs High School students are trying to clean up their community by turning old clothes into reusable grocery bags. The project is part of the ...

Savage Heat host Jordan after 49-24 win over DGS  Clark Fork Valley Press

It's like climbing a challenging ladder for the Hot Springs High School football team. The Savage Heat made it.

Hot springs book reveals long wet history of Montana soaks  The Missoulian

As midwinter armchair adventures go, Jeff Birkby's new collection of hot springs history warms up nicely.

Hot Springs High School | Hometowns  The Missoulian

Parents: Matthew and Lynette Ek. GPA: 4.08. Activities: Student Council; Friends Forever mentor; National Honor Society; Family Career and Community ...

Eneas Raymond Vanderburg | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

Eneas Raymond Vanderburg, age 92, of Arlee, MT passed away March 10, 2019 in Ronan, MT. Eneas was born November 1, 1927 near Placid Lake to Agnes ...

Fred Martin Whitworth | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

The love of our life left to celebrate his mom and dad's anniversary in heaven with them 2-15-19.

John P. Weaselhead | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

John P. Weaselhead, 65, passed away at St. Patrick's Hospital in Missoula early Saturday morning on October 20.

Hot Springs native serves with elite Navy Honor Guard  Clark Fork Valley Press

By KAYLA GOOD Navy Office of Community OutreachAs the nation pauses to remember those who have died in *service*.

Terry Lynn Whiting | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

ARLEE — Terry Lynn Whiting passed away peacefully in her home on Monday, November 26, 2018.

Mineral Independent - Sports, Ratliff, Sparks bound for National AAU Championships  Clark Fork Valley Press

THOMPSON FALLS eighth-grader Elijah Ratliff has qualified for the National AAU Wrestling Tournament to be held March 29 and 30 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Parenting classes available | News  Char-Koosta News

From Lake County Public Health. Lake County Public Health facilitator Jenifer Blumberg and Shari Mundaniohl, Spirited Hopes LLC, offer a no-cost seven week ...

Hot Springs thumps Big Sandy in six-man title game  The Missoulian

HOT SPRINGS – Perhaps deferring to the highest-scoring team in the state was not the wisest decision.

Kimberly Loring Heavy Runner  Char-Koosta News

Concerned citizens watch Kimberly Loring Heavy Runner speak at a senate hearing entitled "Missing and Murdered: Confronting the Silent Crisis in Indian ...

Two Eagle River School  Char-Koosta News

Two Eagle River School was founded in 1975 and classes were originally held at an old Bureau of Indian Affairs building located along the Flathead River in ...

Jazmin Janeen Auld | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

ELMO – Jazmin Janeen Auld passed away on September 6, 2018 in Ronan. She was the youngest of her siblings, often referred to herself as “Baby Brat”.

Mineral Independent , Thilmony captures title at Owen Invite  Clark Fork Valley Press

Trae Thilmony, a freshman on the Thompson Falls/Noxon wrestling team, captured the 113-pound title at the Owen Invite. (Joe Sova/Clark Fork Valley Press).

Holding a vigil in the light, not darkness  Char-Koosta News

Hundreds of supporters join Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women vigil at University of Montana.

Hot Springs' social media mogul | Hot Springs |  Rapid City Journal

High school junior has more than 52000 followers on three sites.

Congrats 3-on-3 Winners! | News  Char-Koosta News

Congratulations to the 1st place winners at the Flathead Lake 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament in the Boys High School Division. Winners are (L-R) Anthony ...

Top scholars from local districts are challenging the stereotypes of continuation schools  The Desert Sun

Several students from local continuation schools were celebrated as top scholars by the county.

Homecoming candidates  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS - Homecoming festivities will begin next week in Hot Springs, with coronation on Sept. 8 and continuing throughout the week with a parade and ...

Sanders County students win big in wildfire prevention art contest  Clark Fork Valley Press

Several Sanders County students were big winners as the Keep Montana Green (KMG)Association announced the winners of its 56th-annual Wildfire ...

Future City Competition for STEM students  Ruidoso News

The competition asks the nation's sixth, seventh and eighth graders to design an electrical grid that can withstand and recover from Natural Disaster.

Phillip Malatare  Char-Koosta News

Warrior Phillip Malatare, a rare as a comet super talented hoopster and young man, has awed local and state basketball fans for four years and along with fellow ...

Ronan School District raises CSKT flag | News  Char-Koosta News

The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe's flag hung on the Ronan School District's campus for the first time in the history.

Olijah Nathaniel James | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

ELMO — Olijah Nathaniel James (“O.J.”) was born on October 19, 1995 to Mignon Harris and Brandon James. He died on April 2, 2018 at 10:30 p.m. at St.

Travel alert: Pavement preservation work on Highway 93 near Polson  Char-Koosta News

Montana Department of Transportation working to notify traveling public of delays for pavement preservation work. From Big Sky Public Relations. POLSON ...

Kenneth Eugene 'Grampee' Howlett | Obituaries  The Missoulian

1943-2016. HELENA – Ken passed away peacefully Thursday, July 7, 2016, with his wife Janice by his side. He was born Aug. 24, 1943, in St. Ignatius to ...

CDC, DPHHS warn consumers not to eat any romaine lettuce  Char-Koosta News

State, local and federal public health officials in several states are investigating an outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157 cases linked to romaine ...

About Us | Site  Char-Koosta News

History of the name. The name "Char-Koosta" is a combination of the names of the last two traditional leaders of the Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Charlo was the ...

Jurupa Valley teacher, who grew up in migrant labor camp, is one of four top teachers  Press-Enterprise

Martha Rodriguez's father had only a first-grade education. But his dream was to see one of his children become a teacher. Rodriguez, 51, reached that goal ...

Mineral Independent , Plains boys, girls second in conference  Clark Fork Valley Press

It was a bumper week for basketball as the Plains Horsemen and Trotters hit the road to Arlee then back in the.

Gray Wolf Peak Casino ramping up giveaways for summer season  Char-Koosta News

Grey Wolf Peak Casino is a reality and in its second season of operation.

Jennifer Lynn Graham-Pierre | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

ST. IGNATIUS — Jennifer “Jenn” Lynn Graham-Pierre, 41, passed February 15, 2018 after a long and strong battle with cancer. Born March 4, 1976 in St.

Oil booms, so does violence | News  Char-Koosta News

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women discussion and film at University of Montana connects oil boom to violence.

Michael Stevens | Obituaries  Char-Koosta News

Michael Ernest “Old School” Stevens, 61, started his journey home on March 1, 2018 at home surrounded by family and friends in Southend Bagley, MN.

Shadow Hills track sweeps double dual meet  The Desert Sun

The Shadow Hills boys' track team made a clean sweep of a double dual meet in the De Anza League Wednesday, beating Desert Mirage 93.5-32.5 and ...

World War II vet, rancher celebrates 90 years  Valleyjournal

Retired rancher and Army veteran Orville Bjorge has lived on Garcon Gulch between Irvine Flats and Hot Springs his whole life. That's a long time...

PREP BASEBALL: RHS coach leads team to more than 100 wins  Ruidoso News

Ruidoso High School baseball coach Gilbert Alvarado has earned some serious bragging rights leading the team to more than 100 wins in his coaching career.

Gymnasts prepare for promising season | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

2013-14 Winter Sports Preview. If you happened to see Hot Springs High School gymnastics coach Dana Nachtigall around town recently, you probably noticed ...

Streaking Coachella Valley builds momentum  Press-Enterprise

Off to a flying 2-0 start under first-year coach Brett Davis, the Coachella Valley High football team will have no time to rest on its laurels this week. Davis deems ...

Kermit Davis' return highlights two rebuilding programs in Ole Miss, MTSU  The Daily News Journal

MTSU plays Ole Miss on Friday at Bridgestone Arena as Kermit Davis makes his return to the area.

Warriors retain title as team to beat in Native American Classic  Polson Lake County Leader

ARLEE WARRIORS guard Phillip Malatare drives to the basket in Saturday night's contest against Harlem. (Bob Gunderson/Special to the Lake County Leader).

Lost Missoula punk EP a window into '80s music scene  The Missoulian

In 1981, a band called Who Killed Society entered a battle of the bands in the University Center Ballroom. They went onstage after country-western bands and ...

Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King speaks at University of Montana  Char-Koosta News

Shaun King, prominent figure in the Black Lives Matter movement and newly cast columnist for “The Intercept,” an online news publication dedicated to ...

Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert announces promotions  The Desert Sun

This week, Your Business Your News -- a business roundup -- includes Desert Hot Springs' new police chief, staff changes at Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert ...

Dr. Kaplan heads Betty Ford pain mangement program  The Desert Sun

Dr. Kaplan to run Betty Ford Center Pain Management Program.

Montana Smarter Balanced test results improve slightly, ditch glitches of 2015  The Missoulian

Montana's Smarter Balanced school test scores showed a slight uptick this spring with a relatively smooth testing process, a far cry from the glitchy debacle of ...

Mescalero staged VEX Robotics tournament  Ruidoso News

For the first time, the Mescalero Schools staged a VEX Robotics Competition, a tournament presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, ...

Top Youth Volunteers in Each State Selected in 21st Annual National Awards Program  Business Wire

Some helped the homeless. Others created programs and opportunities for people with disabilities. Many collected books to ensure that all kids can dev.

NM Farm Service honors Mackey Irwin with award  Deming Headlight

DEMING – In memory and honor of Salomon E. Ramirez, former New Mexico Farm *Service* Agency State Executive Director, the NM FSA has established the ...

Middle Tennessee basketball coach Kermit Davis leaving for Ole Miss  The Daily News Journal

After 16 seasons, the Kermit Davis era is over at Middle Tennessee as he is leaving to coach Ole Miss.

US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Boys 800m Run  MileSplit

Check out the nation\'s top 500 outdoor boys returnees in the 800 meter run.

Middle Tennessee basketball: Kermit Davis era ends with loss at Louisville in NIT  The Daily News Journal

MTSU's 2017-18 season ended with a loss at Louisville in the second round of the NIT on Sunday.

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