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Good News Roundup: Contests and competitions - Great Falls Tribune
The Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics held a sponsored math contest March 7 at Great Falls High School. Several students earned superior markings or honorable mention. However, two students from C.M. Russell, Jacob Kerner and Danielle Potts, won ...
New LGBTQ center set to open in Great Falls - Great Falls Tribune
Great Falls LGBTQ Center is a new community resource center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning/queer people. Open houses will be held Saturday, April 4, from 1 to 4 p.m., and Wednesday, April 8, from 5 to 8 p.m. The center is located ...
Great Falls law firm adds shareholder - Great Falls Tribune
The Great Falls law firm of Jardine, Stephenson, Blewett & Weaver, P.C. announced that Joshua Campbell has become a shareholder. Campbell joined the firm in 2008. He earned a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University and a juris doctorate degree with ...
McCulloch to Great Falls students: Voting matters - Great Falls Tribune
Probably nobody knows votes matter more than Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch. After all, she won her 1994 election to the Montana House of Representatives by slightly more than 40 votes. When she ran for Montana superintendent of schools in 2000 ...
Great Falls High School grad making career in film - Great Falls Tribune
The path Ted Geoghegan has taken from Great Falls High graduate to featured director at South By Southwest has had plenty of blood, sweat and tears — mostly spewed by characters in his movies. His directorial debut, “We Are Still Here,” recently had ...
Today's question, March 30 - Great Falls Tribune
Today's question, March 30 Do you think the National Security Agency should abandon its program to collect and store American calling records? Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1CnZZIX
Ten Pin Talk: Locals have awards that nationals don't - Great Falls Tribune
Every once in a while, inserting Tab A (foot) into Slot B (mouth) can get surprisingly wonderful results. And I should know. I have mastered the art form … without reading the instructions. You will remember in last week's column that I had commented ...
Gluck: Denny Hamlin brings much-needed win to Gibbs - Great Falls Tribune
MARTINSVILLE, Va. — The old football coach inside Joe Gibbs emerged Tuesday at his NASCAR team's competition meeting. Joe Gibbs Racing had been struggling lately, and the organization held a lengthy meeting — one of the longest driver Denny Hamlin ...
Even after paralysis, Cory Hahn finds purpose in baseball - Great Falls Tribune
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Cory Hahn looks out over the left-field wall, onto the baseball diamond below his Arizona Diamondbacks office, and his mind starts drifting. Maybe one day he'll stop fantasizing of what could have been. But he's too young, and the ...
Armour: Fantastic Four a fitting end to NCAA tournament - Great Falls Tribune
Those Georgia State and UAB upsets were all kinds of fun. Ditto for Wichita State winning the Sunflower State Showdown. While the folks in Philly may not agree, the dumpster fire that was the East Region sums up why March Madness is the best sporting event ...
Vote here for Prep Athletes of the Week - Great Falls Tribune
Tumbleweeds and threatening clouds: it's spring sports season in Montana. And while softball, tennis and track and field kicked off in the Treasure State, there was plenty of basketball to be seen as well with the Hi-Line Invitational Tournament in Havre.
Duke denies Gonzaga in its Final Four bid - Great Falls Tribune
HOUSTON – Breaking down No. 1 seed Duke's 66-52 victory against No. 2 seed Gonzaga in the NCAA South Region final at NRG Stadium on Sunday. WHAT WE'LL BE TALKING ABOUT: Duke marches on to coach Mike Krzyzewski's 12th Final Four, his first since 2010 ...
Van Blaricom’s walk-off homer helps UGF sweep Carroll - Great Falls Tribune
Van Blaricom’s walk-off homer helps UGF sweep Carroll Argo softball takes a pair from conference rivals, three of four on the weekend Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1CnLNQ9
Montana Historical Society - Great Falls Tribune
Montana Historical Society Bruce Wittenberg, director of the Montana Historical Society, pulls out an unexpected treasure while browsing through some of the many, many works of fine art in storage at the museum. "Shorty Shope!" he said, recognizing the ...
Montana Historic Society looks for expansion funding - Great Falls Tribune
HELENA – About 90 percent of the art and artifacts in the Montana Historical Society are not on display. The MHS collection includes letter from Iwo Jima, accounts from the Bozeman Train, C.M. Russell paintings, wedding dresses, pieces of pioneer ...