The Belgrade School District requires that students have at least 23 credits in order to graduate high school. A normal student completes seven each year if they pass all their classes. Belgrade High School senior Emma Peterson started her junior with none and ended the school year with 16.5.
A Three Forks man was charged with partner assault Feb. 15 following a domestic disturbance incident.
BILLINGS (AP) — After 25 years of inbreeding, Yellowstone National Park’s wolves are becoming more genetically similar, researchers have found.
Through 19 games this season Manhattan Christian has rarely trailed at halftime. But that was the situation Wednesday in a quarterfinal game at the Western C Divisional in Deer Lodge.
In a physical contest Tuesday night, Bozeman built a double-digit first quarter lead en route to a league victory against Belgrade.
Sixth-seeded Manhattan was in position to pull off an upset in the first round of the District 5B tournament Tuesday night. But the Tigers couldn’t quite hang on to the lead in a back and forth thriller.
THREE FORKS — After allowing 14 offensive rebounds in the first half Tuesday night, Three Forks trailed by six in a first round game of the District 5B tournament.
Three Forks capped the regular season over the weekend by splitting a pair of District 5B games.
Although Belgrade lost a pair of conference games over the weekend, second-year head coach Erin Nolte was pleased with the fight her team displayed.
While youthful mistakes continue to hamper Belgrade, first-year head coach Luke Powers noted his team continues to improve.
Heading into the Montana High School Association’s inaugural girls state wrestling championships, Belgrade head coach Bryce Weatherston wasn’t sure what to expect.
HB 455 is a voter suppression bill proposed by the current Montana state legislature to severely limit mail-in/absentee ballots. There have not been problems reported in Montana or even nationwide with mail-in/absentee ballots. Therefore, to limit and make them more difficult to obtain is si…
For over 20 years, I’ve worked with many key industry leaders, stakeholders, state officials, and the past two presidential administrations on developing energy policy. Montana has always been a resource-rich, energy-blessed state.
Today’s environmental activists are so hostile to capitalism that they end up killing animals they want to protect.