Monday, April 27, 2015

Jeff and Linda Shelton of Laurel are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie Shelton, to Tyler Cosby. Shelton is a 2009 graduate of Laurel High School. She attended MSU Billings and graduated in 2013 with a degree in criminal justice. She works at New Day, Inc.
Poet Sydney Olson received two honorable mentions for her work in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition.
Story and photo by  KATHLEEN GILLULY   Poet Sydney Olson started writing verse in the fourth grade.
Diners who joined fellow revelers at Beartooth Grill on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, helped raised $800 for the Meals on Wheels program. Restaurant Manager Bob Dantic set aside 10 percent of what patrons paid for their corned beef and cabbage to help the Adult Resource Alliance of Yellowstone County.
The sun was shining although there was a brisk breeze Friday, April 10, when 90 students, their parents, teachers and staff from West Elementary School walked to raise money for the American Heart Association.
West Elementary School’s Walk For Heart event was after school Friday, April 10. Parents, students and teachers promoted healthy hearts and lifestyles as they walked or did other heart healthy activities in the playground
Kaiya Graves won second place in the intermediate division.
“Think before you burn” is sound advice in the wake of drought and climate change. It is also this year’s theme for the Keep Montana Green poster contest.
The Park City National Honor Society inducted new members and announced the officers for next year Tuesday, April 20.  The picture is the entire group including both the Senior National Honor Society and the Junior National Honor Society. The school advisor is Tammy Harpster.  
Poet Sydney Olson received two honorable mentions for her work in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition.
The sun was shining although there was a brisk breeze Friday, April 10, when 90 students, their parents, teachers and staff from West Elementary School walked to raise money for the American Heart Association.
Kaiya Graves won second place in the intermediate division.

Congrats, inductees!

The Park City National Honor Society inducted new members and announced the officers for next year Tuesday, April 20.  The picture is the entire group including both the Senior National Honor Socie

Sports

Joliet’s Tru Roginske took first place in the girls 100 and 200-meter dash at the Sunshine Meet April 17 in Columbus.
Story by SHONN LEHMANN Photo by NICOLE LEHMANN  

Obituaries

The race is over; the battle has been won. Fred Wennemar went to be with his Lord and Savior on April 13, 2015.