Steve Gardiner, who teaches English and journalism at Senior High, has been elected to the board of directors of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, a nonprofit organization dedicated to elevating the voice of accomplished teachers in shaping a true profession and raising…
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…
Area cross country runners have a lot to be excited about this season.
Sarah Lord is the new cross country coach at Billings Senior, replacing longtime coach Steve Gardiner who retired after last season.
MISSOULA -- The Bozeman dynasty is alive and kicking. Especially on the homestretch.
One of the area's more accomplished cross country coaches has decided to call it a career.
Billings Senior’s Dani Aragon ran herself into familiar territory while winning the girls race at the Billings Invitational cross country meet at Riverfront Park Saturday.
A year ago, Dani Aragon of Billings Senior outdueled eventual state champion Caroline Hardin and the now-graduated Nicole Rietz of Billings West to win the season-opening Billings Invitational cross country meet in 17:36 at Riverfront Park.
Crossing the finish line first was nothing new for the winners Saturday at the Billings Invitational cross country meet at picturesque Riverfront Park.
The incredible amount of positioning and strategy that occurs in a 3-mile race is amazing,” said Steve Gardiner, Billings Senior cross-country team coach. (Courtesy photo)
Coaches’ answers can test your knowledge of your favorite team or help you bone up on trivia to make watching and talking about the games just a bit more interesting.
Senior High teacher Steve Gardiner rides his bike recently at Pioneer Park. Gardiner is one of three friends who work out daily.
Steve Gardiner hasn’t missed a daily workout in almost 11 years.
We’ll have our previews in Saturday’s paper, but here’s a state cross country thread for the running world.
If the first two weeks of the season are any indication (and we are sure they are), the Billings cross country teams should have plenty of success at the meets they attend.