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 By Donna Miller    News    February 19, 2020 

Success with Scholarships and Grants

On Wednesday, February 5, Advisor of the Chinook Chapter of the FFA, Robin Allen learned that three of her members: Shyla Benzing, Torin Cercle, and Ben LaVelle had received SAE Grants from the...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 19, 2020 

Understanding Different Approaches to Help Struggling Students

On February 24, Region II of the Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD), in partnership with Havre Public Schools, will offer free training to schools that are not only new to the multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) process but to Mo...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 19, 2020 

SOS Program Trains Students to Acknowledge, Care and Tell

Although the International Morse Code of …---… was chosen as the international distress signal by the nations who met at a maritime conference in the early 1900s, the sequence of three dots and three dashes followed by three more dots really...

 
 By Carla Jenewein    News    February 19, 2020 

Chinook Community Blood Drive is set for March 3 at Wallner Hall

The Chinook Community has been recognized by the American Red Cross as one of its Premier Blood Partners for 2020, a prestigious honor, for its support of the community and national blood supply. Last year the Chinook Community helped the Red Cross...

 

North Central Montana Cattle Women, North Central Montana Stock Growers offer Scholarships

A scholarship is again offered by the North Central Montana Cattle Women and the North Central Montana Stock Growers. This annual scholarship is available to high school seniors and college students completing their sophomore year. Interest from a...

 

Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma News

Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, an International Society for Woman educators, me January 27 at the Chinook Motor Inn with guests Doug and Carmaine Hayes. Doug spoke about how he got involved in...

 
 By Karolee Cronk    News    February 19, 2020 

Local youth encouraged to register for Seed Show Bread contests

Harlem’s Montana Seed Show will be held March 12-14 at Harlem High School. We would like to encourage the 4-H’ers in your county to enter the bread contest. There is a youth division (high school seniors and younger) with prizes in each...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    February 19, 2020 

Scientific Research class at Turner High School invites youngsters to join them in their Lab

Students in Mr. Aris Mejia's Scientific Research class at Turner High School invited the first and second grade classes to their classroom to share some awesome labs with them. They were able to see...

 

FWP seeks applicants for 2020 college student intern program

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is now in their 29th year of offering college students an opportunity to gain practical experience in their field of study by serving as interns for the agency. Students take what they’ve learned in the classroom into...

 

Chinook Lions Club visits Meadowlark

Every year the Lions Club visits the 1st grade classes at the Meadowlark to bring each kid a flag and brochure. This annual event is something that longtime Lions members, Richard Cronk and Ben Hall...

 

White Pine 4-H Club holds January Meeting

The White Pine 4H club called to order their meeting at the Meadowlark by president Mya Berreth with three leaders (Ashley Liddle, Jamie Berreth, and Bobbi Klingaman) and 27 members present ( Drake Berreth, Mya Berreth, Heyden Berreth, Kyra Berreth,...

 

Harlem Elementary ROARing Students of the Week!!

Harlem Elementary has chosen kindergartener, Walter Doney, and fifth grader, Taliyah Goes Ahead, as our Valentine's Day ROARing sweeties. Walter and Taliyah follow the ROAR Rules at all times, as...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 12, 2020

And the Winner Is M-E-K-A-Y-L-A Brown

Fifty-one spellers from across the county qualified for the Blaine County Spelling Bee on February 5. The event was held in Chinook High School's Lloyd Sweet Auditorium and was directed by Blaine...

 

71st Annual Montana Seed Show to be held March 12th

The 71st Annual Montana Seed Show is approaching. The Montana Seed Show will be held March 12th – 14th at Harlem High School. The Montana Seed Show would like invite everyone to participate in this year’s show. The purpose of the Montana Seed Sho...

 

Join the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Blaine County to Help Achieve a World Without Cancer

Saturday, July 18, 2020 – The American Cancer Society (ACS) Relay For Life of Blaine County invites the community to attend the 2020 event at the Blaine County Fairgrounds. The Relay For Life moveme...

 

BEAR PAW DEVELOPMENT ANNUAL MEETING SET FOR FEBRUARY 20

Bear Paw Development Corporation recently announced that its Annual Meeting for 2020 is scheduled for Thursday, February 20th and that Tara Rice, Director of the Montana Department of Commerce, will keynote the event. The Annual Meeting Luncheon...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 12, 2020

Heart Challenge Ends in a Slime Assembly

Mrs. Courtney Bell, the physical education teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School is leading students in the Kids Heart Challenge, a program of the American Heart Association. Once the pledges are counted and winners determined, school officials wil...

 

MSU Billings Announces Fall Semester Honor Roll

The following Montana State University Billings undergraduate students excelled academically during the 2019 fall semester and have been named to the Honor Roll. The Honor Roll is a list of all undergraduate students who earn 12 or more credits...

 

Turner School Trains In Mental Health First Aid Training

The Turner School was honored to host a Mental Health First Aid class at their school for anyone who wished to train. They saw teachers, Ambulance crew, nurses, Psychologists, and administrators...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 12, 2020

Nonprofit Will Hold Fundraiser to Support Literacy

In celebration of its Tenth Anniversary, the Plant a Seed . . . READ Program is hosting a Crunch for a Cause promotion in partnership with Taco John’s to raise the importance of reading aloud to preschool children. The event will take place from 5:...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 12, 2020

Meadowlark Elementary Celebrates I Love to Read Month

In honor of I Love to Read Month, Meadowlark Elementary will be celebrating the entire month of February with prizes for 80% or higher on Accelerated Reader tests as well as with a grand prize drawing at the end of the month. To further promote...

 

JUMP Souper Bowl Fundraiser Another Success

Jump youth group prepared and served a delicious Taco Soup lunch for the community on Super Bowl Sunday. They accepted free will donations at the event, which will all go to the Chinook Food Pantry....

 

Meadowlark December & January Students of the Month!!

Way to go Meadowlark Students of the Month. Keep up the good work!...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 12, 2020

Speech and Drama Teams Perform Well at State Competition

Competitors from across the state faced off in a showcase of imagination, creativity, quick thinking, oratory skill, and acting talent in seventeen different events during the State Class B-C Speech a...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 12, 2020

Rancher's Round-Up Featured at 2020 Mid-Winter Fair

As one of the 2020 Mid-Winter Fair events, the Montana State University Extension Office sponsored a program called Ranchers’ Round-Up on February 6-7. The program was held in Room 213 of the Returning Buffalo Building on the Aaniiih Nakoda...

 

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