As artists from all over gear up to join the western art capital of the world next week, and one senior art student from Great Falls High School is looking to make a name for herself, while inspiring the next generation of creative talent in this week’s Mattress Firm Student of the Week.
As the leader of the Big Sky Special Olympics Soccer Camp, Whitney makes sure that it is the athletes who are shining bright.
Thomas Penley is this week’s Mattress Firm Student of The Week. Penley is a Tight End on the Capital Bruins football team, but that isn’t the only thing he is known for.
It’s been Morgan Pierce’s dream to compete in the Miss USA Pageant since she was a little girl.
For Missoula 7th-grader Luke Slovarp, he’s been fishing at the Montana Taekwondo Academy ever since the second grade.
Your Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Josey Hauser!
"I am so shocked. I had no idea, but yeah this is so exciting, thank you so much."
It was a rainy Saturday at the Conrad high school rodeo but that wasn't enough to stop our Adam Chalifoux from making an appearance to introduce you to Tucker Atkinson, this week's Student of the Week.
Townsend Bulldogs junior Nate Hill is a three-sport athlete who participates in long and triple jump and throws shot put, discus, and javelin during the spring in Broadwater County.
Serving the community has always been important to Shelby, especially after spending so much of her life in the church.
Dancer, captain of the cheer team, and voted number 1 out of 261 of her classmates; Faith Edmister is an extremely hard working individual.
"If you just do the littlest things sometimes it can make the biggest impact and a lot of good things to do in this world."
Last year the Arlee Warriors started the Warrior movement. Its purpose: to make sure every person on Earth knows they matter, they're loved and someone cares.
For Arlee Senior Isaac Fisher, the back-to-back state championships are something he will never forget, but being a part of something bigger than just basketball has meant the world to him.
During the holidays, it's easy to lose track of the "reason for the season." But this year, a special group of athletes decided to help spread Christmas cheer around the Electric City.
Montana's Special Olympics state basketball tournament took place in the Helena area for a fifth time this November. Capital High senior forward Peyton Koch is one of several Bruins who volunteered at the event.
Amiya Williams isn’t your typical student. In fact, she’s what I call a super-student. Aside from excelling in the classroom, Amiya spends most of her time preparing for her future by participating in school clubs that might not interest the average student.
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