- 1 Former West High teacher, coach indicted on 23 counts of exploitation, pornography
- 2 Young girl who fell to death in Yellowstone was 8-year-old from California
- 3 Denning gets 100 years in prison for 2012 slayings of 2 sisters
- 4 Yellowstone County Sheriff’s sergeant on leave pending investigation
- 5 Man charged with endangerment; baby in car had temperature of 108
Billings School District 2 will receive another $5,000 from the state Office of Public Instruction to support its local high school graduation campaign.
HELENA — If America wants to reverse its falling educational rankings in the world, it should look first to what’s been most neglected: the nation’s high schools and high school graduation rates, a former West Virginia governor said Monday.
The statewide program launched last year to persuade Montana students to stay in school and graduate from high school just got a $450,000 boost from a Montana nonprofit.