I am excited to think I could be represented by Jessica Karjala in the state Legislature. Karjala has been to my door four times this fall. She radiates positivity. She is for schools, for Montana small businesses, for protecting access to public lands.
I'm alarmed by Charter Communications' proposed ballot initiative intended to sidestep an opinion from Montana's elected Supreme Court upholding our Department of Revenue's decision that Charter (then Bresnan) is a telecommunications company.
For 30 minutes, Eileen Sheehy, a history and U.S. government teacher from West High and Montana’s 2013 teacher of the year, had to instruct a panel of judges on the intricacies of the second amendment.
As Montana Teachers of the Year, our lifework has been dedicated to engaging Montana students in learning experiences that prepare them for the challenges and opportunities of the future — as individuals at home, work, service and play and as members of local, state, national and internation…
Thinking about how best to describe his government teacher, Miles Otstot went with intellect.
Billings West High School students explain what sets Montana Teacher of the Year Eileen Sheehy's class apart from other classes.
Miles Otstot, a senior at West High, is a student in Eileen Sheehy's AP U.S. government class.
Chris McDonald, a senior at West High, is in Eileen Sheehy's AP U.S. government class.
West High principal Dave Cobb banters with Eileen Sheehy's A.P. U.S. government class on Tuesday after Sheehy was named the Montana Teacher of the Year on Sept. 25, 2012. Sheehy