Park High School has released its first-quarter honor roll. To be named to the honor roll, students must have earned a 3.0 grade point average or higher and have five letter grades. Students who earned a 4.0 are shown with an asterisk next to their names.
You might have seen him floating down the Yellowstone River guiding anglers through the currents, but now Park County residents can see another side of Callan Wink — as an author of a new collection of short stories, “Dog Run Moon.”
“Dog Run Moon” will be released Feb. 9 and Wink, 31, hopes it will entertain readers with its tales, the majority of which are set in the West in Montana and Wyoming.
• Republican candidate Greg Gianforte will visit Livingston 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4 at Yellowstone Country Motors, 1415 W. Park St., as part of his statewide Regulation Roundup Tour. Gianforte is hosting 60 roundtable meetings in communities across the state in February to discuss overregulation of small businesses. Email email@example.com for more information.
Speckled with stars and constellations against a backdrop of landscapes, Montana has one of the most beautiful night skies, but sometimes there are unusual things we cannot explain, and Montanans are starting to talk about it.
Livingston’s Sleeping Giant Middle School has listed more students for its second quarter honor roll who were missed in the orginal release. Students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average to be listed.
Sixth grade — Trystin Butts, Molly Cunningham, Riley Eastman, Ember Landreth, Shelby Marsh, Joshua Morales and Adriana Tecca.
Hannah Renae George, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James George, of Wilsall, was named to the dean’s list of Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida, for academic achievement during the 2015 fall semester. To qualify for the list she had to earn a B average or higher.