Belgrade High School sophomore Kyra Giese has participated in the Montana Science Olympiad every year since the seventh grade. This year she took top honors in the Protein Modeling competition, which required entrants to construct a physical model of a protein.
An agreement between the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and the federal government over long-disputed water rights took a major step forward Thursday when Montana Sen. Steve Daines said he plans to introduce a bill that would implement a new settlement framework.
An important portion of The Corps of Discovery’s journey occurred in southwest Montana. On July 19, 1805, Lewis and his men were struggling up the Missouri between present-day Upper and Lower Holter lakes. “from the singular appearance of this place I called it the gates of the rocky mountai…
Belgrade got off to an early lead in its first game as a Class AA program Thursday night, but allowed a long run that proved costly.
Jake Olson and Billy Kelly spoiled the Class AA debut for Belgrade Thursday night.
Sarah Marshall cited many reasons for choosing Rogers State University, but in the end it came down to family.
Despite losing Tuesday’s dual, Sean Dellwo was thrilled with the effort. Belgrade’s sixth-year coach praised how his team battled throughout the night in their home debut.
Despite competing without three-time state champion John Mears, Belgrade’s wrestling team shined over the weekend at the Owen Invitational in Pablo.
CHURCHILL — Heading into Saturday night’s game, Jeff Bellach knew it was going to be a challenge.
CHURCHILL — Six different players connected from behind the arc Saturday night as Manhattan Christian routed its second consecutive opponent to begin the season.
MANHATTAN — A 9-0 run early in the fourth quarter stretched an eight-point lead to double figures, and Manhattan Christian cruised from there to open the season with a victory on the road Friday night.
Thank you very much for everyone who supported the Manhattan Senior Center chili feed including the following:
I am writing about the new two-story building being placed on Main Street. I think it is a great idea and will improve our city’s image very well. I think we need to do more with the look of our city.
How can two different people have totally opposite opinions on the same thing? Well, it’s pretty easy as we can see, for instance, in the impeachment hearings going on in Congress. You are not going to be able to talk either side into taking what you have you say into consideration after the…
Seth Nathaniel Chesley, Jr., 89, of Belgrade passed away Saturday, December 7, 2019. Seth was born January 8, 1930 in Belgrade to Seth Chesley, Sr. and Cliffie Kay (Luhm) Caulkins.
ALLSOP — Allan Allsop, 83, of Bozeman passed away Sun, Nov 24. No services are planned.
Delores Ann Johnson Fuhrman age 93 of Three Forks, Montana, passed away peacefully on November 13, 2019. She was born August 8, 1926, in Madison, Nebraska, to Charles Julius Johnson and Anna Josephine Ketelsen. Delores was the last surviving sibling out of 12 children. Delores met Del after …