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2018 ADTSEA Excellence in Driver and Traffic Safety Education Award
2018 ADTSEA Excellence in Driver and Traffic Safety Education Award

Congratulations to Susan Carney Lammerding, traffic education instructor from Arlee, Montana and MTEA board member, who is the recipient of the 2018 ADTSEA Excellence in Driver and Traffic Safety Education Award. Sue is also MTEA's 2018 Outstanding Traffic Education Teacher of the Year! Standing next to Sue is Fran Penner-Ray, Director of the OPI's Traffic Education Program.

Northern's Tara Stimpson begins racing in the CNFR
Northern's Tara Stimpson begins racing in the CNFR

The 2018 College National Finals Rodeo is starting this week, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights will be represented.

The 2018 recruiting class continues to grow for head coach Chris Mouat's Montana State University-Northern Skylights.

Walynn Burgess has spent the last four seasons rebuilding the North Star boys basketball team. But after...

Friday, Montana State University-Northern's Vande Bogart Library hosted the graduates of 1968 who attended the school while it was still Northern Montana College as they spent the afternoon reminiscing about life as college students and what their futures brought them.

Every athletic journey is unique. But when it comes to the athletes that succeed and make something of themselves, just about all of them overcome adversity...

Electric energy — that’s what could be seen at the MSU-Northern spring football game. The vibe just felt different, as players were hooting and hollering all day.

Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball coach Chris Mouat has announced the signing of Cecilia Vielle, a 6-foot-3 post player from Box Elder High School.

Montana State University-Northern head men’s basketball coach Shawn Huse announced the signings of three future Lights on Tuesday.

Pass interference? No problem, Fotios Jordanoglou will catch it anyway!

The Montana State Northern football team held its first spring game under new head coach Andrew Rolin on Saturday. The day was dominated by the Lights’ offense. Very few penalties and no turnovers pleased the head coach.

Taylor Cummings ran through the streets of Boson amid wind, rain and sleet on Monday, thinking about nothing but the finish line.

And of her father.

They would say, “You’ve got to meet this guy.”, and “You have to play with him in Havre.”, and “You’ve got to see this bar he’s built in his basement.”

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