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Flathead convenience store under fire for incident with Browning athletes  Missoulian

For the second time in a year, a busload of Browning student athletes and coaches left a convenience store in the Flathead last week feeling disrespected by the ...

Browning Schools release statement on Woody's store incident  ABC FOX Montana News

BROWNING - The Browning School District has released a statement on last week's incident at a country store in Kalispell.

Edward Posey Whiteman Jr.  Billings Gazette

Edward Posey Whiteman Jr., affectionately known as Junior or “Poison,” left for the other side camp on Nov. 10, 2018. His Indian name, lishuush shiile iiwaaaa ...

MAPS students pick up awards at film competition  Ravalli Republic

Students from the MAPS Media Institute won two awards from The 42nd Annual *Fresh* Films NorthWest (FFNW) film competition for its films “Aisitsimsta” and ...

Meet The Candidates | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Treasurer: Wilson vs. Luedtke. Justice of the Peace: Berkram vs. Gordon. Donald Wilson. Democrat. Glacier County Treasurer. Donald Wilson is currently the ...

MAPS celebrates 15 years of serving Montana’s youth  Ravalli Republic

Monday, Sept. 17, will mark the launch of the 15th year of programming for the MAPS Media Institute, based in Hamilton, Montana.

Browning students already on great trip, then Michelle Obama walks in ...  Great Falls Tribune

Students from Browning High School visit Sidwell Friends School in Washington D.C.

UPDATE: Blackfeet Reservation digging out after severe weather  Great Falls Tribune

Weather closes highways near East Glacier, Browning, Cut Bank and Dupuyer.

New faces to greet students at several Browning Public Schools  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Students and parents arriving at KW Bergan, Vina Chattin, Browning Elementary and Browning High School will find new people greeting them from the ...

Homeless in High School  Flathead Beacon

BROWNING – It's near the end of January, and the wind blew hard enough the day before that school officials considered canceling school. Had there been ...

Seattle school board wants Juneau for top job  Great Falls Tribune

Seattle school board selects former Montana schools chief Denise Juneau as its "preferred candidate"

Juneau a finalist for Seattle schools chief job  Great Falls Tribune

Denise Juneau, Montana's former state superintendent of public instruction, is one of three finalists to head Seattle Public Schools.

For Native Students, Education's Promise Has Long Been Broken  Chronicle of Higher Education

President Obama wants more American Indian students to graduate from college. But look at the challenges these high schoolers face, and it becomes clear ...

Browning Schools extends welcome to staff, community for new school year  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Browning Schools teachers, aides, bus drivers, cooks, custodians and more came in early on Thursday, Aug. 25, first to eat breakfast, then to listen to speakers ...

Grief resource center opens in Browning  Great Falls Tribune

Offers counseling, education and therapy services to young and old throughout the region.

Casey McDonald is Class A Wrestling Coach of the Year  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It's been a while since Browning High School wrestler Casey McDonald took the state title at 135 pounds in 2002. Only the fourth Browning wrestler to earn the ...

"Perma Red" movie hosting casting calls in Montana  KULR-TV

Casting calls for "Perma Red," a movie set in 1940s Montana, continue today.

James Jerome LittleBull  Yakima Herald-Republic

James Jerome LittleBull “John Pete” was born June 16, 1941 in Browning, Montana to Jim and Mabel LittleBull. He went to Heaven August 22, 2018 surrounded ...

Seattle school board OKs Juneau's superintendent contract  Great Falls Tribune

The Seattle Public Schools board OKs contract with former Montana state schools chief Denise Juneau to become their next superintendent.

Montana’s graduation, dropout rates improve again  Great Falls Tribune

Statewide, Montana's dropout and graduation rates have continued to improve, according to a report released by the Montana Office of Public Instruction on ...

Willard principal candidates introduced to community  The Missoulian

Three candidates are vying for the principal seat at Willard Alternative High School.

Meet CBPD's two newest officers | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

If you were to ask Officer Austin DeRoche and Officer Cesar Prieto Morales of the Cut Bank Police Department, why they wanted to be policemen, they both will ...

One on one: A conversation with Don and Donnie Wetzel  Billings Gazette

On any list of great Indian athletes in Montana, Don Wetzel Sr. certainly ranks near the top.

Browning XC girls claim eighth, boys ninth at State A meet  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

With nearly every cross country runner from Browning High School attending the Class A invitational meet in Great Falls last weekend setting personal best ...

Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame celebrates Browning Cross Country  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame will celebrate the Browning Cross Country Dynasty from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 25, at the Browning High School ...

Gates Scholars make names for themselves, tribes  Great Falls Tribune

Five Native American students from northcentral Montana have earned full-ride scholarships.

Browning plays proud host to Central A cross country  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

A sunny but not too warm day greeted cross country teams from all five Central A schools last week, as Browning High School hosted the 2015 cross country ...

Nolan Conway: Comeback cowboy wins INFR crown | Sports  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Rodeos are, as Garth Brooks sings, all about the joys and the pains. Nolan Conway can attest to that. He has had both, a serious injury that sidelined him for.

Old Person: A legacy for the ages  Great Falls Tribune

For more than six decades, Chief Earl Old Person has been an impassioned ambassador for the Blackfeet Tribe. Now 86, Old Person has one year left in his ...

Wellmans successful farming and ranching operation is a family affair  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Robert and Joan Wellman, who started leasing land in 1975, both agree there is no magic formula for finding success as a rancher and a farmer.

Hugo Anderson will take over as GEC General Manager on May 15  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Glacier Electric Cooperative's 2017 annual meeting was a huge success. This year Glacier Electric changed the time and day of the week to a Wednesday ...

Gary Schildt reflects on his long artistic career  Great Falls Tribune

Montana painter/sculptor Gary Schildt reflects on an artistic life spanning six decades.

Glasgow Grapplers Have Great Showing in Great Falls  Glasgow Courier

After a stop in Ft. Benton as a warm-up, the Scottie grapplers spent Dec. 16 and 17 in Great Falls at the CMR Holiday Classic Wrestling Tournament.

Steven Davis brings perseverance, tribal perspective to MSU degrees  Montana State University

BOZEMAN – Steven Davis will offer a Blackfeet prayer to open Thursday's graduation celebration for Montana State University's Honors College. A meditation in ...

Blackfeet basketball players do well at tournament in Denver  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Several young basketball players traveled to Denver, Colo., to compete in the 31st annual AMERIND All West Native American Basketball Classic Tournament.

Montanans we lost in 2015  Great Falls Tribune

Whether for 104 years or 18 years, these Montanans made their marks.

After more than a dozen years, Blackfeet Nation Boxing Club going strong under Frank Kipp  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Looking back, it's hard to believe Frank Kipp and his family have spent the last 12 or more years building and maintaining the Blackfeet Nation Boxing Club and ...

Friday's Prep Basketball Scoreboard  Great Falls Tribune

Final results, box scores from across the Treasure State.

Aptly-named Stetson Lawrence wins Western Montana Fair Bullorama  The Missoulian

The Professional Bull Riders' Finals are a tough gig to get into, even when your name is Stetson.

No pressure on Salois entering NRA Finals  Billings Gazette

By trade, John Salois is a carpenter. Handy with tools, Salois puts together whatever is asked. This past summer, he built himself a pretty good rodeo season.

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