Author: Gail Schontzler

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It will have nine classrooms with room for 800 students and 17 engineering teaching labs with equipment where students can weld, machine metal and make... [Read More]
The committee working on new attendance boundaries for Bozeman's second high school is close to reaching consensus on one of five maps. [Read More]
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Lazaro Vinola is excited to be graduating Saturday from Montana State University, but disappointed that U.S. officials have refused his mother a visa to travel... [Read More]
The idea for a company that could do well by doing good for the planet was the big winner Tuesday when hundreds of Montana State... [Read More]
It was late Saturday night when the results were announced at Bozeman High School's invitational speech and debate tournament, but the Hawkers came out the... [Read More]
Starting with next year's freshmen, Bozeman high school students will have new choices of diplomas, designed to let them pursue their own interests and career... [Read More]
Not many schools can boast of having a personal chef. [Read More]
"I'm super excited," said Kara Lapp. "I almost feel like I'm living a dream. We're probably going to be crying." [Read More]
Bozeman High School was filled with poker-faced teenagers wearing black suits, black blazers and stylish black dresses with high heels Friday evening when more than... [Read More]
Three finalists will be interviewed this coming week. MSU has invited faculty, students, staff and community members to attend forums to meet the candidates and... [Read More]
Hawthorne School children hugged brand new books to their small chests Friday morning, the day that the Bozeman Schools Foundation handed out free copies of... [Read More]
Bozeman families struggling with disabilities sat down to dinner with 14 local political candidates this week to share personal stories and explain why the Montana... [Read More]
How do you save the lives of more Montana kids when those who suffer traumatic injuries must travel long hours by ambulance to reach the... [Read More]
More Bozeman schools are going solar, and the girl who got the ball rolling at her middle school has just been named a "young hero." [Read More]
For 29 years, one of the sunniest smiles at Bozeman High School has belonged to Dana Johnson. [Read More]
Building a new football stadium at Bozeman High is getting back on track, after this summer's setback when bids came in $2.4 million over the... [Read More]
College-bound high school students can feel a lot of pressure to be successful and build their resumes, and perhaps no one understands that pressure as... [Read More]
Two refugees who fled Iraq and the Democratic Republic of Congo will speak Thursday night in Bozeman about their experiences leaving war-torn countries to make... [Read More]
Montana State University will bring its "10X10 MSU Innovation Road Show: From Avalanches to Westerns" to downtown Bozeman on Thursday, featuring 10 researchers sharing their... [Read More]
<&by1>By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff WriterBozeman elementary and middle-school students had the highest average score in math and the second highest in English on Montana's... [Read More]
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