Author: Julianne Dellorso

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Proud will use the money to help with age and size appropriate flexible seating options. [Read More]
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The first 100 customers were given gift cards ranging in value from $5 to $100. ... [Read More]
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Kincaid teaches about 45 gifted students across the district and says she'll buy breakout boxes with the grant money. [Read More]
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Kelly Stein, a special education teacher at Vaughn school, was presented a check for $250 dollars from KRTV and First Interstate Bank to purchase headphones. [Read More]
Flaten says by building and customizing the robots, students will develop intrapersonal and interpersonal skills. [Read More]
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Blackfeet designer Belinda Bullshoe's designs were featured at a Paris fashion show last week. ... [Read More]
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Christiansen says this is the second time her cat had been shot. [Read More]
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The event is designed to raise awareness of hunger in the Great Falls community. ... [Read More]
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Shortly after officers arrived on scene, shots were fired and a suspect was killed. No officers were injured during the incident. [Read More]
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Parents and students getting ready for the new school year were able to take care of some business on Wednesday. The Cascade City-County Health... [Read More]
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The agricultural community is banding together to help those affected by the fires and the drought in Montana. ... [Read More]
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Jess Bandel, a dry-land farmer, says after the USDA Farm Service Agency's disaster designation (in June) allowing haying and grazing of CRP land, he realized he could help... [Read More]
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Belinda Bullshoe said: "I thought New York was big, but Paris is just beyond." [Read More]
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Belinda Bullshoe is believed to the first-ever Native American designer to have her dresses shown during New York's Fashion Week. Now, she's got her sights... [Read More]
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Belinda Bullshoe said: "I thought New York was big, but Paris is just beyond." [Read More]
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The North Central Montana Retired Teachers Association was recently awarded a $5,000 grant for restoration work to the Zion School at the Montana ExpoPark. [Read More]
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"It's great to show children and the public what it was like before we had all the computers and the water fountains and those types of... [Read More]
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The Great Falls races are July 22–23 and July 28–30. ... [Read More]
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