20 January 2022

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Perkins Help Lead Way At Culbertson High School

Perkins Help Lead Way At Culbertson High School


Through his involvement in football and JMG, Aiden Perkins stands as one of the leaders at Culbertson High School. The senior is the president of Culbertson’s Jobs for Montana Graduates chapter this year. One of the highlights of the school year was the Glow Run to promote suicide prevention/awareness. Another accomplishment for Perkins was winning the Maurice Hilleman Inspiration Prize

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Former Bainville Superintendent Appointed To State Board

Former Bainville Superintendent Appointed To State Board


Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte has announced the following appointments: Board of Public Education Renee Rasmussen, Bainville: Rasmussen brings 30 years of experience to the Board of Public Education, serving 15 years as a superintendent and principal and 15 years as a teacher. As superintendent of Bainville Public School, Rasmussen improved the high staff turnover rate she inherited by 30

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Brockton’s  Riverview  Cemetery  Vandalized

Brockton’s Riverview Cemetery Vandalized


An unknown individual or individuals drove a vehicle over headstones and burial sites at Brockton’s Riverview Cemetery last week. A Jan. 13 Facebook post by Jana Nygard states, “I got a call that there were headstones laying in the road up at the cemetery. So Robyn, John and I went to check it out. This is what we found. My grandma and her brothers’ headstones were drug and graves were

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Peppy Music

Peppy Music


Members of the Froid/Lake pep band play prior to the basketball games in Froid on Thursday, Jan. 13. The Red Hawks hosted Bainville in boys’ and girls’ basketball contests. (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

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Red Hawks Stay Undefeated With Tough Win Over Bainville

Red Hawks Stay Undefeated With Tough Win Over Bainville


Froid/Lake’s boys’ basketball squad saved its best for the fourth quarter to win a hard-fought home contest against Bainville, 66-47, on Thursday, Jan. 13. The undefeated Red Hawks were up 46-38 after three quarters of play and that margin was cut to 46-40 when Bainville’s Jesse Strickland drove in for a basket to open the fourth period. The Red Hawks responded to the challenge by scoring

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