At first, it seems like sports explains Carson Baker's academic turnaround.
“I realized the path I was walking on, it wasn’t going to get me anywhere,” Absarokee High School senior Garric Zugaza said of his academic turnaround.
Camdin Davis wants to work in law enforcement after he graduates from Roundup High School this spring.
“It’s a tough thing to do, to make a comeback, when you’re struggling,” her teacher said. But positive family relationships helped Precious Bear Crane to push through, he said.
"Above and Beyond" is a series that runs regularly throughout the school year that spotlights an area high school student who has overcome obs…
BILLINGS — Max Davis doesn’t talk much about his roots.
It’s still dark when Emily Hergenrider begins driving toward Bridger each morning. It will be for a while.
Cyrus Caufield began drawing and sketching as a young child, with inspiration from public television art personality Bob Ross.
Dallas Roe still remembers the first time she showed a cow in 4-H. The heifer was particularly ornery, not wanting to follow the then-9-year-o…
Dallas Roe still remembers the first time she showed a cow in 4-H. The heifer was particularly ornery, not wanting to follow the then-9-year-old Roe.
COLUMBUS — RaiLeigh Strommen had to grow up early.
There’s no slacking off for Ashton Berg during her senior year.
Terin Hennessy has learned to live with seizures, physically, socially and emotionally — and with the reactions of her peers.
Hunter Cotton’s grandma gave him some repeated advice: “No matter what’s happening, you’ve got to push through it.”
The advice that Katie Bosch has for other students seems to fit with the bubbly personality one would expect from a homecoming queen: have fun.
Ruth Johnson used to scoff at the notion that her dyslexia ever could be a good thing.
For a long time, Chamique Not Afraid’s grandmother raised her. And then when the health of her káale — the Crow word for grandmother — decline…
For a long time, Chamique Not Afraid’s grandmother raised her. And then when the health of her káale — the Crow word for grandmother — declined, Not Afraid cared for her.
Jerrica Bursik never pictured herself as a leader — "like, ever.”
Madison Martinez has had to learn a lot about medicine. But that’s not why she wants to become a doctor.
Skylar Zimmerman had to learn how to tweak her recipe for success.
Ben Morone’s childhood lemonade stand wasn’t built on a great business model. After all, there are only so many customers between Billings and Acton.
Like most things, I have a keen ability to see great newspaper ideas and think they are ridiculous.
As a child, relatives called Kolton Gladney “little man.”