Motorists along I-90 between Park City and Billings saw something interesting traveling next to them on Friday morning (6/4), as crews delivered a huge steel lion that will be display at a local high school.
Here's what stood out to me with all of these games, and all of these victories. You notice it wasn't simply about getting a trophy. It wasn't about simply being declared a winner. It was about having the chance to EARN IT.
Dana had a front row seat for the first-ever girls state wrestling tournament here in Montana, and he says it was incredible all around- Lockwood did a great job hosting, the young women turned out and did a great job wrestling, and the families and friends showed great support.
Lockwood is going to have a chance to show off their impressive new high school, and Billings is going to land the business. But I gotta say, I feel bad for our friends in Bozeman who are now losing out on some business, and some great basketball as well.
For those of you who tune in to our Montana Talks radio show with Aaron Flint, we announced some big news for students in Lockwood: the first Freshman class could begin as early next year, as Evelyn Pyburn reports.
Q2 reports that taxpayers in Lockwood approved a bond issue for a high school to be built, supporting the $49.9 million project on Tuesday with almost 64 percent of the vote. Superintedndent Tobin Novasio said they want taxpayers to be confident in their investment...
Today is the day when your ballots have to be postmarked or received at the courthouse. For the folks in Lockwood, you will decide on a new high school. It's a big issue with a big price; so, either way make sure your voice is heard.