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Oki, people of the Blackfeet Nation. The Blackfeet Nation Boxing Club went to Rapid City, S.D. It was an adventure to say the least; our kids boxed hard, and we have two that could go to the Nationals: 106 lbs. Mamie Kennedy and 106 lbs. River Blu Boggs. 

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Riley Morsette-Spoon- hunter, Misam Kyiyo, (Blackfeet/Dakota/Arapaho) of Browning High School, has been selected to represent the United States of America and participate in the 2018 United World Games 16U Basketball in Germany, Italy and Austria with STUDENTathleteWorld (www.studentathlete …

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There was a lot to celebrate on Friday, May 25, in Heart Butte as 13 seniors prepared to receive their high school diplomas. The parking area was packed to overflowing as parents, friends and family made their way to the gymnasium, decked out in black and gold for the occasion.

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A total of four BHS athletes finished in the top 10 at the Western A Divisional Track and Field competition in Polson last week. Peyton Crawford set the pace for Browning, placing sixth in the high jump, earning him a spot next week in Laurel, as well as a winning medal at Western A.

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The Browning Lady Indians softball team set another high mark for their program, beating Shelby on Monday, May 14, 16-7. “When we have all our players, we’re a hard team to beat,” Coach Jim Vaile said. “And it’s the first time I can remember that we won two in a row. Our bats and our defense…

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Oki, people of the Blackfeet Nation. The Blackfeet Nation Boxing Club qualified to go to the Regional Boxing Tournament held in Rapid City, S.D. Our endeavor at the Montana State Junior Olympics Boxing Tournament had many winners. We were honored to participate in this great tournament; we h…

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he Browning Track and Field team competed at the Nelson-Thomas ABC meet in Polson last weekend, the final meet of the regular season. Coach Bob Miller reports around 29 athletes will be going to the Western A Divisional, being held at Polson High School once again. He also notes the strong c…

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The Browning track and field teams faced off at twin meets last week, beginning with the Eureka ABC Top 8 on Tuesday, April 24, followed by one of the larger contests on Saturday, April 28, the Whitefish ARM.

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Last week’s track and field invitational at Columbia Falls faced tough competition from the music festival and senior portfolios at Browning High School, but a good team of athletes nevertheless set high marks for BHS at the Iceberg.

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While some games were canceled due to the weather, the Lady Indians have managed some contests in places that have thawed. They were in Belgrade on April 14, playing one of their best games so far. 

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Oki, people of the Blackfeet Nation and surrounding communities. The Blackfeet Nation Boxing Club is the number-one Montana State Novice Boxing Club. We brought our team to Great Falls and competed with some of the toughest teams here in Montana, and our kids are tough. 

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Flathead Valley Community College’s (FVCC) Montana American Indian Scholars (MAIS) and TRIO programs are hosting a celebration of Native American Culture on Saturday, April 28, from 2 to 5:30 p.m. in the Arts and Technology building on the Kalispell campus. Free and open to the community, th…

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On Tuesday, April 10, the regular board meeting of the Browning Schools Board of Trustees was called to order at 5:04 p.m. with a quorum. Regular Board Minutes of the meeting on March 28 and the Special Board Minutes of April 3 were approved with no changes. 

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Despite having practiced outside only twice this season, the Browning track and field teams have managed to compete at two of their five slated meets so far. The Kalispell Mini-Invitational on April 10 marked their debut, and last week on April 14 it was the Libby Invitational at Logger Stadium. 

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During National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, Front Range CASA challenges residents to stand against child abuse and take action to support children who have been abused or neglected. 

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The Student Commons at Blackfeet Community College was a busy place on Tuesday, March 27, as college and career representatives from around the state converged to tell students and community members about their programs and what they have to offer.

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“It’s going good despite the weather,” Coach Jim Vaile said of the Browning High School softball team’s season so far. “We’ve only had one outside practice, but we have 37 out this year, with all our veterans returning so I’m expecting big things.”

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Oki, people of the Blackfeet Nation. The weekend of March 24 we participated in the 2018 Montana State Golden Gloves hosted by Billings Barrio Boxing Club. Our Boxing Club sure has to struggle to get to events, but somehow God sees a way for us. Rodrick Sellars worked hard to help us get the…

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As grizzlies, wolves and coyotes continue to be more of an issue for livestock producers in Montana, many ranchers are searching for better ways to protect their livestock. Marias River Livestock Association has teamed up with Steve and Billie Skelton to offer two informational presentations…

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April can be an exciting time of year with the warmer temperatures and the earth seemingly waking up after a long winter’s nap. But for some, April is just like any other month. Some don’t have the option of a positive outlook when their world is full of torment and abuse with no end in sigh…

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The success of Scottish director Steven Lewis Simpson’s adaptation of best-selling novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog, defies logic – Hollywood logic that is. It was audience financed with 18 shoot days, a tiny crew, a 95-year-old star and a self-distributed release that started in small towns and …

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It is always interesting to hear why a person chose the career they did. Sometimes it is because it was the same profession a parent or parents chose. Other times, it is an interest that has been brewing for a very long time. In the case of Danielle Kennedy, it was her uncle that helped her …

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The annual Central Montana Little Guy State Wrestling Tournament was held on March 17 at CMR High School, and large numbers of young athletes from Browning left their marks on the winners stand. Browning finished in fourth place with 390.5 points, trailing NMWC, Helsey Youth Wrestling and th…

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The Browning Lady Indians basketball team started their series at the Montana Class A Championships in Great Falls last weekend on a positive note, storming back from a third quarter deficit to outgun the Lady Panthers  in a 63-51 win. But the semifinal against Havre found them unable to fin…

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Basketball players from Heart Butte and Browning were named to All-State and All-Conference teams, with Tyree Whitcomb and Brandon Aimsback earning All-State berths as well as first team placement in Northwestern A. Nano Stiffarm was placed on the Northwestern A second team, and Coach Dan Co…

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Browning faced off against Belgrade in the opening game of the Class A championships in Bozeman last weekend, beating their traditional rivals, 63-54. But semifinal action found them on the short end of a 66-51 score against Billings Central, sending them to the Saturday morning loser-out se…

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After more than three weeks on the road due to unceasing winter storms at their mountain home in Blackfeet Country, the Heart Butte Warriors returned to their houses on Saturday evening, March 3. And while the twin losses at State were less than they desired, no one could complain about the …

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KW/Vina Elementary has amazing students and a pretty awesome staff. We thank all the guardians/parents for placing your children’s educational endeavors in our hands. We will continue to keep them safe and educate them, with high expectations for every child. 

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The Browning Lady Indians played the final game of each day at the Western A championships in Butte last week, winning their first two games at 61-56 against Hamilton in overtime and 53-31 versus Dillon. In the championship game, Browning could not contain Butte Central’s star player and cam…

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Once again, it was three up and three down for the Heart Butte Warriors at the Great Falls Four Seasons Arena last week as they topped Belt, 58-32, and Chinook, 64-60, in the opening games. In the championship, the Warriors came back from a seven point deficit in the last quarter on a Charli…