Manhattan Elementary School has been awarded a $15,000 grant for “closing the achievement gap” between its special education and regular education students in the area of English language arts.
Gallatin County’s first confirmed case of a vaping-associated pulmonary illness was announced this week on the same day that Gov. Steve Bullock issued a temporary ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes in Montana.
Local residents peppered officials on Monday with questions about the noise, traffic and potential environmental effects of developing a target-shooting site near Bozeman.
With just two matches remaining in the regular season, Carl Bridwell feels like his team is heading in the right direction. But Belgrade’s first-year coach was not satisfied with Saturday’s result.
Once Belgrade won the opening coin toss, it was all Bozeman.
He didn’t care if his starting quarterback was out. Manhattan head coach Chris Grabowska challenged his team to start Friday’s game fast.
Regardless of what rotation longtime coach Jill Ayers has put on the court, Manhattan Christian has continued to shine.
A victory would have been ideal, but Carl Bridwell felt good about Friday afternoon’s draw.
For two sets Thursday night Belgrade gave Class AA’s third-ranked team all it could handle. But Great Falls CMR, led by Allie Olsen, proved to be too much.
Manhattan extended its win streak to seven Thursday, but needed to rally following a slow start in a conference match at Whitehall.
Belgrade’s volleyball team debuted a new uniform Tuesday night along with a new resolve in a gritty performance.
If not now, when?
Imagine this. Student to teacher: “I need the day off to go protest global warming. My parents might not approve, but it’s something I simply must do. Any problem with that?” Teacher to student: “Of course not, Johnny. You have every right to join the protest and express your persona…
Editor’s note: We are trying something new by offering a piece of the opinion section every so often to Gallatin County officials. Hopefully, the propaganda will be kept to a minimum.
Walter Ronald Gee, 78, passed away September 5, 2019 at Bozeman Health Care in Bozeman, MT. He was born March 3, 1941 to Walter E. and Mary Gee in Bozeman. Walter served four years in the Navy after graduating from Gallatin County High School.
Duane K. Wilson died July 17, 2019. He was born Feb. 18, 1930, in Courtenay, ND and following several moves graduated from high school in Belgrade and attended Montana State University and Oregon State University. In 1953, he and Cora A. Droge were married in Belgrade.
INABNIT — Betty Inabnit, 82, of Bozeman passed away Fri, Sept 13. A Memorial Service will be Fri, Sept 20, 2 P.M. at Grace Bible Church.