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Sidney bids farewell to beloved teacher

Sidney bids farewell to beloved teacher

SIDNEY -- It was Sherry Arnold's last trip to Sidney High School.

March 30, 2012 7:00 pm Photos

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Residents express relief at news that teacher's body may have been found

SIDNEY — Residents of Sidney expressed sadness and relief at the news that Sherry Arnold’s body had probably been found.

March 21, 2012 7:15 pmLoading…
Daniel Farr, Sidney's superintendant of schools

Daniel Farr, Sidney's superintendant of schools

Daniel Farr, Sidney's superintendant of schools, talks about high school teacher Sherry Arnold, 43, who went missing Saturday morning.

January 09, 2012 3:35 pmLoading…
Lynell Knatterud, Rhonda Whited, center, and Gary Arnold

Lynell Knatterud, Rhonda Whited, center, and Gary Arnold

Gary Arnold, right, gathers with Rhonda Whited, center, and Lynell Knatterud, at a search and rescue operations center based at the Richland County Fairgrounds as family, friends, law enforcement and volunteers search the area around Sidney for high school teacher Sherry Arnold, 43, who went…

January 09, 2012 3:35 pmLoading…
For Eastern Montana schools, it's about more than just oil money

For Eastern Montana schools, it's about more than just oil money

SIDNEY -- Superintendent Dan Farr passed into the Sidney High School library and smiled.

May 08, 2011 12:15 am Photos

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Sidney schools feel growing pains with oil boom

Sidney schools feel growing pains with oil boom

SIDNEY — Sue Satra has been teaching here for 27 years, and during that time she’s seen oil money come and go.

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Dan Farr

Dan Farr

Sidney school superintendant Dan Farr gave his view recently on the proposed oil-and-gas tax allocation.

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Oil, gas counties denounce Schweitzer funding plan as divisive, unfair

HELENA — School officials from across rural Eastern Montana on Wednesday blasted Gov. Brian Schweitzer's school-funding plan as “divisive” and unfair, saying its multimillion-dollar transfer of local oil and gas revenue to the state pits school district against school district over money.

February 09, 2011 8:47 pmLoading…

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