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Hall Passages: Hot Springs students advocate for sustainable future  The Missoulian

HOT SPRINGS — The past decade has been the warmest on record. Heat waves are lasting longer, ice sheets are shrinking and sea levels are rising.

Hot Springs High School students educate community about climate change and simple solutions to fix it  Char-Koosta News

Students prove that saving the environment can be inexpensive and it starts at home. Char-Koosta News. HOT SPRINGS — Students in an environmental ...

Hot Springs School District Superintendent Mike Perry  Char-Koosta News

Hot Springs School District Superintendent Mike Perry calls Sen. Jon Tester and Sen. Steve Daines on speakerphone at the Hot Springs School Environmental ...

Hot Springs man serves as casket bearer for President Bush's interment  Daily Inter Lake

U.S. Navy seaman Anthony Byrns of Hot Springs, second from left on the near side, was one of eight ceremonial honor guards who carried President George ...

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.

Students clean up community through reusable grocery bag project  KULR-TV

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 ...

Local school districts all offering free summer meals  KESQ

The Desert Sands Unified School District, Coachella Valley Unified School District, and Palm Springs Unified School District are all sponsoring program to ...

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.

Valley school districts serving food all summer for kids in need. There are new locations for dinner  The Desert Sun

To make sure students are able to enjoy the summer on full bellies, the valley's three school districts are using federal funding to provide meals.

Beloved PSUSD “Lunch Lady” Happy to Serve Up Free Summer Meals  NBC Palm Springs

Juanita Rodgers, known lovingly as the lunch lady, has been serving children lunch at the Palm Springs Unified School District for 21 years and she doesn't take ...

A turn for the better: Clay Schnose making progress every day  Tri-State Livestock News

Prior to last June, Clay Schnose, a junior at Hot Springs High School, was an average teenage boy, a rodeo kid, avid fisherman, and deer hunter. He worked for.

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*.

Hot Springs High School host families needed for boy, girl  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – If you've ever considered hosting a foreign exchange student, there are two – a boy from Germany and girl from Norway – who would love to ...

Hot Springs Bison Athletics Hall of Fame to induct its first seven members, Oct. 8  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – Following more than a year of planning and organization, the Hot Springs Bison Athletics Hall of Fame will host its inaugural induction banquet ...

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.

Bison state qualifiers come from successful wrestling families  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – As the Hot Springs Bison wrestlers prepare to compete in the Class “B” State Wrestling Tournament in Sioux Falls later this week on Friday and ...

HSHS hosts Awards Night | Hot Springs |  Rapid City Journal

National Honor Society, Academic Letterwinners, Scholarship Recipients presented on May 10.

Krenz returns to complete sentence | Hot Springs |  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – Former Hot Springs High School teacher George Krenz returned to Hot Springs last week, to complete his sentence for his conviction on one ...

HSHS Athletics Hall of Fame announces its inaugural class  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – Following many months of planning and organization, the Hot Springs Bison Athletics Hall of Fame has announced the members of the ...

Gymnasts ready to spring into new season | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

Normally in a school the size of Hot Springs the loss of four seniors, three of whom had ended their scholastic career at the state meet, would mean a rebuilding.

Plains coach killed in crash on US 93  Daily Inter Lake

The town of Plains is mourning the loss of a teacher and coach who was killed in a car wreck Wednesday.Plains.

Black Hills Life Flight celebrates first anniversary | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

Air ambulance outfit offers emergency services. HOT SPRINGS – At about 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, Andrew Busse and Tyler Fees, helicopter pilots with ...

Inaugural Hot Springs Bison Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Banquet held  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – 'Bison Pride' was in its full blue-and-white display this past weekend as the inaugural banquet and induction ceremony was held for the Hot ...

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.

Fall River Veterinary Clinic plans expanded services | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

Located just east of town, near Maverick Junction at 27618 Scenic Road, Fall River Veterinary Clinic owners Jim and Sheila Lindsay this year are celebrating 20 ...

Obituaries | |  Rapid City Journal

AlMarie White. Black Hawk, SD | AlMarie White, 71 of Black Hawk, died Saturday, October 12, 2018 at Rapid City Regional Hospice House. AlMarie Pourier was ...

Former volleyball coach sentenced to prison | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

RAPID CITY - A former high school volleyball coach was sentenced last week to prison for burglary charges in Pennington County and forgery charges in Fall ...

Five things we saw at Rancho Mirage's Apollo 11 moon landing celebration  The Desert Sun

Dozens attended Saturday's Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

Merrill father/daughter duo win Father's Day Invitational  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS – For the first time in its 53-year history, a father-daughter duo won this year's annual Father's Day Invitational, played this past weekend at ...

Hot Springs teen is DC bound | Hot Springs |  Rapid City Journal

Amber Hulse wins state VFW contest. HOT SPRINGS – Hot Springs High School sophomore Amber Hulse has been a roll for the past year. And, it's a positive ...

Another Hot Springs rocker honored by the Hall of Fame  Rapid City Journal

Mike English and his band White Wing honored. HOT SPRINGS – Another of Hot Springs native sons was honored by the South Dakota Rock and Roll Hall of ...

Bison students do well at CSC challenge | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

CHADRON, Neb. - Every year high school students from South Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska compete in the Chadron State College Scholastic Competition.

All ages compete at Black Hills Nationals | Hot Springs  Rapid City Journal

SPEARFISH – A total of eight Hot Springs wrestlers recently competed in the 10th annual AAU Black Hills Nationals in Spearfish where five of the wrestlers ...

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.

Apollo 11 lifted her eyes to the skies. Now this Montana woman is helping chart a course for NASA's return to the moon  Great Falls Tribune

50 years after Apollo 11 landed on the moon, Montanan Dava Newman has been charting a lunar return -- and a trip to Mars.

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.

Lakota Star Knowledge | Hot Springs |  Rapid City Journal

A closer look at how native people see the stars comes to Hot Springs April 10.

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

6 March 2017. Ruidoso, New Mexico. Ruidoso High School Varsity Baseball Head Coach Gilbert R. Alvarado won his 100th and 101st varsity baseball games ...

Police in Hot Springs on the lookout for children they can reward  Rapid City Journal

Hot Springs Police Chief Mike Close understands that when youngsters see one of his officers approach, they will assume they're in trouble.

Northrup to take over CSC track program | Sports |  Rapid City Journal

Chadron State College athletic director Joel R. Smith announced on Wednesday that Hot Springs native Riley Northrup has been named the new head track ...

New Bill Could Bring CS Programs to 500K JROTC Students—and Diversify the Future Workforce  EdSurge

Congress is proposing an innovative approach to building the federal technology talent pipeline for computer science roles, one that should be exciting ...

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...

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).

Together again Bands, musicians inducted into SD Rock and Roll Hall of Fame  Black Hills Pioneer

SIOUX FALLS — Forty-two years is a long gap between gigs. A number like that gets under the skin, big enough to make any musician wonder if they've still got.

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 ...

Oelrichs High senior Eriq Swiftwater overcomes bullying and family turmoil on the way to a college football career  Rapid City Journal

At 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds, Eriq Swiftwater likes the physicality that comes with being a football player.

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.

Teachers rejoice as SD Senate passes sales-tax increase  Rapid City Journal

PIERRE | South Dakota teachers on Tuesday moved one giant step closer to significant pay raises, as the state Senate voted 25-10 to increase the state sales ...

Moon landing at 50: Apollo 11 mission has deep ties to Texas, New Mexico, El Paso  El Paso Times

As the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of humankind's first steps on the moon, the El Paso Times and the USATODAY Network have collected some of the ...

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 ...

Obits for Apr. 2, 2012 | Communities |  Rapid City Journal

Hazel Sarah Musfelt. Hazel Sarah (Perreten) Musfelt, 96, formerly of Rushville, passed away March 29, 2012 at the heritage Nursing Home in Bridgeport.

Mescalero staged VEX Robotics tournament  Ruidoso News

For the first time, Mescalero Schools stage a Vex Robotics competition that emphasizes development of science, technology and engineering skills.

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 ...

Top of the class for April 27 | Education |  Rapid City Journal

Mines students second at contest. The American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology took second in 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.

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