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Montana Teens Working Toward Ownit

In the technological world we currently live in, the Internet can be a good place or a bad place. The bad side can be anything from clicking a questionable link that creates a virus on your computer to cyber bullying.

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Lingle Selected Law Enforcement Officer Of Year

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The Best
Tim Lingle of Culbers, a deputy with the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office who patrols the Culbertson/Bainville/Froid area, has been named the Montana American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. (Photo submitted)


Tim Lingle of the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office said he was more than surprised when he was told he was selected as the Montana American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
“I was shocked. I didn’t expect it at all,” Lingle said.

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Culbertson Residents Pay It Forward For Valentine’s Day

It is a Culbertson High School tradition that the current junior class each year sells roses for Valentine’s Day. This is not only a fundraising effort, but it also a way to spread happiness and thoughtfulness. These roses are available for community members to purchase in the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day and the junior class students deliver them to their destination typically the Friday before Valentine’s Day has arrived.

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County Schools Face Changes During Oil Slowdown

Since the oil industry slowdown was felt in the Bakken region, school officials in eastern Roosevelt County have been surprised that enrollment figures have stayed fairly consistent.
Culbertson School superintendent Larry Crowder said the school district experienced more of an enrollment drop in the 2014-2015 school year when they lost about 30 students between October and May than this school year.

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Culbertson Wins State Drama Championship

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State Honors
Culbertson students placing at the state speech and drama meet were (from left) Michaela Cathey, Jacob Martin, Alexi Bidegaray, Charlee LeMay, McKade Mahlen and Chase Kilzer.    (Photo submitted)


Culbertson High School’s drama team earned first place and the speech team captured second place at the Class C state speech and drama meet held in Ennis during the weekend.
Earning individual state championship honors were Alexi Bidegaray in serious solo and Charlee LeMay in pantomime.
Chase Kilzer placed second in original oratory. McKade Mahlen took fourth in impromptu speaking.

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