School board elections are fast approaching, and many of us are trying to gather information about the candidates to make our choices. I wish …
Steve Bullock and Neil Kornze are two of the first four board members of a new nonprofit foundation created to help leverage public and private funds to conserve, protect and restore land managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen claims that superintendents voicing their concerns about her leadership is about "pol…
The special counsel was investigating the involvement of state Attorney General Austin Knudsen, his deputy Kris Hansen and state Public Service Commissioner Jennifer Fielder.
During a Thursday joint meeting of the state Board of Public Education and Board of Regents, a BPE member called curriculum from the 1619 Project “untrue history.”
Some saw a greener future and economic perks, and some saw a massive eyesore blighting the rural landscape in Butte residents’ backyards.
It’s been said for more than three decades: The Lady needs a tram.
The bill, brought by Republican Rep. Derek Skees, got its first hearing Thursday in the House State Administration Committee.
Buffalo Public Schools, where all 32,000 students have been learning remotely since September, is eyeing a Feb. 1 return to in-person classes for its highest-need students.
Some members of the Montana Board of Public Education have asked incoming Republican Gov.-elect Greg Gianforte to clarify their terms do not expire upon outgoing Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock leaving office Jan. 4.
The district has made “great progress” during Cash’s tenure in Buffalo and needs an experienced leader to help schools get through the Covid-19 pandemic, said Board President Sharon Belton-Cottman.
A recent high school graduate in Egg Harbor Township and several former board members are among the dozens of Atlantic County residents who filed petitions to run for their respective boards of education Nov. 3.
The Office of Public Instruction presented a series of sweeping recommendations that could leave a deep imprint on public education in Montana.
The vice president of the Monroe Township school board in Gloucester County has resigned after posting a message on Facebook suggesting one way to stop violence is to let Blacks “kill each other.”
The Darby school board addressed remarks made on social media by the football coach at their Thursday meeting.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — School officials here are again mulling how to proceed with graduation after receiving criticism from the public and school board members on its plan that asks students choose between friends and parents.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — In a split vote, the township Board of Education on Tuesday approved a $152 million budget, raising the tax levy to the 2% state-imposed cap and implementing full-day kindergarten for next year.
Safeguarding the health of the student-athletes was the No. 1 priority in the decision, the Shrine Game's executive board said.
They will be in separate locations, but Atlantic County freeholders will come together electronically for the first time Tuesday at 4 p.m. for a public meeting that can be accessed over the internet.
All charities will suffer from the social distancing, curfews and business closings that have been enacted to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
ATLANTIC CITY — Lively discussions centered on ways to curb youth violence and increase the effectiveness of neighborhood police officers dominated Wednesday’s public meeting of the Citizens Advisory Board.
MISSOULA — The Arlee School District issued a response Thursday afternoon in regards to an article published in Thursday’s Missoulian and on 406mtsports.com about boys basketball coach Zanen Pitts stepping down.
ATLANTIC CITY — Even with crime rates and instances of internal affairs complaints down, communication and trust between the police and residents need to improve, residents and members of the city’s Citizens Advisory Board said Wednesday.
The Montana State Parks and Recreation Board adopted recommendations from a governor-convened commission Wednesday aimed at addressing both short- and long-term management and funding issues across the parks system.