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La Brea Tar Pits to open Observation Pit [1]

23 June, 2017 | LAI Staff Hollywood Local News[2][3][4]

LOS ANGELES This summer, visitors to the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum will explore new exhibits, and encounter

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Supervisors to spend $259 million on the homeless[5]

23 June, 2017 | LAI Staff Hollywood News West Hollywood[6][7][8][9]

LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a wide-ranging set of recommendations June 13 to combat

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West Hollywood presents Rainbow Key Awards[10]

23 June, 2017 | LAI Staff LGBT Issues Local News West Hollywood[11][12][13][14]

WEST HOLLYWOOD The city presented Rainbow Key Awards to five individuals and two organizations that have contributed to the

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Sheriff s Dept. to participate in Pink Patch Project[15]

23 June, 2017 | LAI Staff Local News News[16][17][18]

LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department is participating in the 2017 Pink Patch Project. Assistant Sheriff Bobby Denham

References

  1. ^ La Brea Tar Pits to open Observation Pit to everyone (laindependent.com)
  2. ^ LAI Staff (laindependent.com)
  3. ^ Hollywood (laindependent.com)
  4. ^ Local News (laindependent.com)
  5. ^ Supervisors to spend $259 million on the homeless (laindependent.com)
  6. ^ LAI Staff (laindependent.com)
  7. ^ Hollywood (laindependent.com)
  8. ^ News (laindependent.com)
  9. ^ West Hollywood (laindependent.com)
  10. ^ West Hollywood presents Rainbow Key Awards (laindependent.com)
  11. ^ LAI Staff (laindependent.com)
  12. ^ LGBT Issues (laindependent.com)
  13. ^ Local News (laindependent.com)
  14. ^ West Hollywood (laindependent.com)
  15. ^ Sheriff s Dept. to participate in Pink Patch Project (laindependent.com)
  16. ^ LAI Staff (laindependent.com)
  17. ^ Local News (laindependent.com)
  18. ^ News (laindependent.com)

Why Airport Security Might Inspect Your Books Before Your Next Flight

Privacy advocates are sounding the alarm after security officials at some airports have been inspecting passengers’ books and other paper materials.

“Books raise very special privacy issues,” wrote American Civil Liberties Union Senior Policy Analyst Jay Stanley in a recent blog post[1]. “There is a long history of special legal protection for the privacy of one s reading habits in the United States, not only through numerous Supreme Court and other court decisions, but also through state laws that criminalize the violation of public library reading privacy or require a warrant to obtain book sales, rental, or lending records.”

The Transportation Security Administration has recently been testing new screening procedures that include the removal of books and food from carry-on luggage for thorough inspection, according to reports. The paper screenings are being tested at airports in select cities, including Los Angeles, Detroit, Boston and more, according to The Sacramento Bee[2]. The screenings reportedly began in May, but have expanded[3] to more airports since first being introduced.

TSA officials told the Bee[4] that some books make it difficult to see the contents of a bag with X-ray machines. They also said agents only fan through books to check for hidden weapons and other contraband without reading the content.

In late May, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said the agency is working to find new ways to improve security without inconveniencing passengers. What we re doing now is working out the tactics, techniques, and procedures, if you will, in a few airports, to find out exactly how to do that with the least amount of inconvenience to the traveler, he told Fox News[5].

References

  1. ^ recent blog post (www.aclu.org)
  2. ^ The Sacramento Bee (www.sacbee.com)
  3. ^ expanded (theweek.com)
  4. ^ Bee (www.sacbee.com)
  5. ^ Fox News (www.foxnews.com)

Sentinel High School scholarships and awards

Editor s Note: Many readers said they missed seeing the list of scholarships won by seniors in this year s graduation section, so we are publishing those accomplishments for graduating seniors for all four Missoula County Public School high schools over the next two Sundays. The information was provided to us by school officials, who sent it to us in late-May. The information is not complete, as many students received scholarships after then. Today, we feature seniors from Sentinel High School. Next week, we will feature seniors from Big Sky, Hellgate and Seeley-Swan high schools.

Alexis C. Andrews: Kim Foiles and Robert Andrews, parents. Montana State University Merit Award $2,500.

Dylan T. Barkley: Tom and Becky Barkley, parents. Missoula Mavericks All-Conference; Montana State-Billings University Baseball Athletic Scholarship $8,800/four years; Montana State-Billings University Promise Scholarship $4,000/four years; Montana State-Billings University Student Assistance Grant $2,000/four years.

Chelsea L. Bone: Ken and Connie Bone, parents. All-State Volleyball First Team; Dominican University Athletic Scholarship; Montana High School Super 8 Award; State of Montana Volleyball Assist and Ace Leader; Volleyball First Team All-League 2017 Montana; Volleyball First Team All-League 2015 Washington;

Shaun T. Brodie: Scott and April Brodie, parents. National Honor Society; Montana State University Air Force ROTC.

Haley J. Burckhard: Steven and Julie Burckhard, parents. Academic All-State Soccer; Academic All-State Track; Advanced HomeCare Institute Nursing Scholarship $1,000; All-State Honorable Mention Soccer; Carroll College Montana Advantage Scholarship $2,000; Carroll College Trustee Scholarship $16,000; Elks Student of the Month; Muralt Family Foundation Scholarship $1,000; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,000; National Honor Society.

Carlee K. Burnett: Chad Burnett and Kristi Bandy, parents. University of Gonzaga Dean s Scholarship $17,000/four years.

Emma C. Caldwell: J. Michael and Christine Caldwell, parents. Academic All-State Soccer; All-Conference Soccer; All-State Orchestra; Foundation for Community Health Scholarship $1,000; Girls State Delegate; Gonzaga University Charlotte Y. Martin Scholarship $20,000/four years; Gonzaga University Regents Scholarship $74,000/four years; Most Improved Soccer; National Honor Society.

Taylor L. Carson: Kelly Carson and Ambrosia Isley, parents. University of Montana Voice of Democracy Scholarship $600; Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Scholarship $1,000.

Magnolia M. Chinn: Wenjun Chinn and Sheng Han, parents. Academic All-State Cross Country; Academic All-State Speech and Debate; Academic World Quest; All-Northwestern Orchestra; All-State Orchestra; Brain Bee; Brainbowl; Elks Student of the Month; French Club; Frederic Chopin Piano Award; Harvard-MIT Math Tournament; Key Club; MCTM Math Contest Scholarship $200; Missoula Youth Symphony; Model United Nations; Montana Academic State Championship 1st Place Team; Montana HOSA State President; MTNA Montana State Senior Piano Competition First Place; National AP Scholar Award; National Merit Scholarship Finalist; National Speech and Debate Association Degree of Special Distinction; Spartan Ambassador; University of Southern California National Merit College Sponsored Scholarship $1,000/four years; University of Southern California Presidential Scholarship $26,724/four years; University of Southern California Scholarship $2,000/four years; U.S. Presidential Scholar Semifinalist; Varsity Letter Award Cross Country; Varsity Letter Award HOSA; Varsity Letter Award Orchestra; Varsity Letter Award Speech and Debate.

Keegan T. Clarke: Steve and Kelli Clarke, parents. Eagle Scout Award; Montana Tech Chancellor Scholarship $2,000; Montana Tech College App Week Scholarship $500; National Honor Society; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $3,000/two years; SMART Bowling Scholarship $50.

Conner D. Crawford: Jessie Maclean, Shane Crawford and Tanya Crawford, parents. AA All-Conference Second Team Running Back; AA All-State Honorable Mention Running Back; Dylan Steigers Memorial Scholarship $1,000; Montana State University-Northern Football Scholarship $6,000.

Rayna L. Crews: Jeff and Micki Crews, parents. Academic All-State Cross Country; Academic All-State Swimming; Florence Carlton Community Church Scholarship $1,000; Missoula Federal Credit Union Lefty Campbell Memorial Scholarship $2,000; Montana House of Representatives Page; National Honor Society; PEO Star Scholarship $2,500; Producer of Emmy Nominated Best Northeast High School Broadcast Program; Producer of UM/MJEA Broadcasting Pacesetter Award Winning Program; Whitworth University Trustee Scholarship $72,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award Cross Country; Varsity Letter Award Swimming.

Brittany M. Delridge: Dustin and Katrina Delridge, parents. Academic All-State; All-State Soccer; All-State Softball Shortstop; DECA ICDE Top 30% Honors in Business Finance Team Decision Making; DECA ICDC Qualifier; Eastern Washington University Academic Honors Scholarship $16,000/four years; Eastern Washington University Partial Athletic Scholarship $48,000/four years; Elks Student of the Month; Gatorade Player of the Year Soccer; Kiwanis Club of Missoula $500; Model United Nations Outstanding Delegate Award; National Honor Society; Varsity Letter Award Basketball; Varsity Letter Award Softball.

Kacee M. DeWit: Case and Brenda DeWit, parents. DECA Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan State First Place; DECA Business Services Marketing State Second Place; DECA Professional Selling State First Place; DECA Sky Federal Credit Union Special Event State Second Place; DECA Top 10% Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan Finalist at International Career Development Conference; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500.

Kinsey M. Douglass: Steve and Shari Douglass, parents. Academic All-State Soccer; Academic All-State Swimming; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500; Youth Serve Montana Scholarship $1,000.

Trevor W. Duvall: Jennifer Duvall and Michael Duvall, parents. Academic All-State; Burlsworth Character Award; Football Team Captain; Most Inspirational Award Spartan Football; National Honor Society; Tom Volker Most Inspirational Award; Spartan Most Valuable Player Lifter Award Track and Field Captain; Treacy Company Scholarship $2,000/two years; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $2,000/two years.

Emily A. Earl: Mick and Deanna Earl, parents. Academic All-State Cheerleading; Academic All-State Softball; University of Montana Western Union Scholarship; Varsity Letter Award Cheerleading; Varsity Letter Award Choir; Varsity Letter Award Softball.

Dylan T. Farnes: Craig and Shannon Farnes, parents. AA All-Conference Honorable Mention Soccer; Academic All State Soccer; Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Presidential Scholarship $52,000/four years; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,000; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $3,000/two years; Varsity Letter Award Soccer.

Ryan A. Findley: Jenny and Nate Hockman, parents. All-Conference Honorable Mention Guard Football; Boy Scouts of America $500; Montana Tech Football Scholarship $12,000/four years.

Westin J. Gibbs: Matt and Adele Gibbs, parents. Academic All-State Basketball; Academic All-State Football; DECA National Qualifier; Montana Tech Montana University System Honor Scholarship $26,400/four years; National Honor Society; University of Washington Purple and Gold Scholarship $14,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award Basketball; Varsity Letter Award Football; Varsity Letter Award Tennis.

Logan S. Gilder: Scott Gilder and Gretchen Donahue, parents. Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,500.

Evan A. Griffiths: Huw Griffiths and Amy Carter, parents. All-State Lacrosse Team Member; Montana State University Merit Scholarship $1,500; National Honor Society; Sportsmanship Lacrosse Award; University of Utah Merit Scholarship $6,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award Lacrosse; Westminster University Presidential Scholarship $15,000/four years.

Lane E. Hanson: Eric and Laurel Hanson, parents. University of Montana Staff Senate Scholarship $400.

Taylor B. Herman: Kelli Herman, parent. Academic All-State; National DECA Qualifier; National Honor Society; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $6,000/two years; Washington State University Experience WSU Scholarship $1,000; Washington State University Cougar Academic Award $40,000/four years; Washington State University VW Thuesen Scholarship $3,500.

Nathaniel I. Hicks: Jim and Rayleen Hicks, parents. All-State Lacrosse Attackman; All-State Lacrosse Sportsmanship Team of the Year Member; All-State Spartan Lacrosse Sportsmanship Honoree; National Honor Society; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $3,000/two years.

Peter J. Holman: Chris and Patty Holman, parents. Benedictine College Gregorian Fellowship $2,000/four years; Benedictine College St. Scholastic Scholarship $64,000/four years; Carroll College Presidential Scholarship $68,000/four years; National Honor Society; University of Dallas Provost s Scholarship $88,000/four years; University of Mary Sister Thomas Welder Scholarship $24,000/four years.

Matthew R. Holter: Tom Holter and Tracy Holland-Holter, parents. Academic All-Conference Cross Country; Academic All-Conference Track and Field; University of Great Falls Athletic Track/Cross Country Scholarship $48,000/four years.

Rebekah M. Joy: Pete and Diane Joy, parents. AA Montana Second Place State Soccer Tournament; Academic All-State Soccer; All-Conference Soccer; All-State Soccer; AP Scholar with Distinction Award; District Music Festival Superior Rating Solo; Missoulian Prep Athlete of the Week; Montana Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week; United States Air Force Academy Acceptance $415,000/four years.

Griffin T. Line: Tim and Julie Line, parents. Academic All-State Basketball; Academic All-State Soccer; All-Conference Soccer; All-State Soccer; National Honor Society; Super State Soccer; United States Air Force Academy Appointment.

Morgan R. Long: Brad and Tracy Long, parents. MCAT Film Festival Best Missoula Promo Film Award; i3 Missoula Delegate; School of Media Arts University of Montana Acceptance.

Paige M. Lund: Dana and Cris Lund, parents. Montana State University College of Engineering Dean s Freshman Leadership Scholarship $500; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500; Sons of Norway Foundation: Astrid G. Cates Scholarship $3,000; Sons of Norway: Normanden Lodge 424 Scholarship $1,000; Wentworth Institute of Technology Merit Scholarship $46,000/four years.

Emily L. Lyons: Paul and Heidi Lyons, parents. International Thespian Society; Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 209 Continuing Education Scholarship $1,000.

Molly K. MacDonald: Amy Keil and Douglas MacDonald, parents. Academic All-State Cross Country; Academic All-State Track and Field; All-State Cross Country; Montana State University Athletic Scholarship $8,000/four years; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,500; Most Valuable Player Cross Country.

Rachel R. Macklin: Dave and Rose Macklin, parents. Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,000.

Sara J. Michell: Scott and Rita Michell, parents. All-State Academic Award; All-State Golf; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,500; National Honor Society; Varsity Letter Award Golf.

Sydnee M. Nowlen: Chris and Mindy Nowlen, parents. AP Scholar with Distinction; Carroll College Bishop Carroll Scholarship $19,000/four years; Carroll College Montana Advantage Award $2,000/four years; Girls State Delegate; Montana State Women s Golf Association Scholarship $1,500/four years; Montana University System Scholarship; National Honor Society; PGA of America Scholarship $2,000; Varsity Award Letter Choir; Varsity Award Letter Dance; Varsity Award Letter Golf.

Halle D. Nurse: Kelly and Sarah Nurse, parents. AA State Golf Second Place; Academic All-State Golf; Academic All-State Softball; DECA State Finalist; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500; National Honor Society.

Emma M. O Connor: Brent and Alison O Connor, parents. All-State Choir; District Music Festival Superior Rating Vocal Solo and Vocal Duet; Elks Student of the Month; Health Occupations Students of America 1st Place and National Qualifier for State; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500; Montana University System Honor Scholarship; National Honor Society; Reach Higher Montana Scholarship $1,000; State Music Festival Superior Rating Vocal Solo; University of Montana Resident Entering Student Program $12,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award Music; Varsity Letter Award Track and Field.

Benjamin W. Olds: Whit and Monica Olds, parents. DECA First Place State; DECA National Qualifier, Future Scholarship $1,000; Missoula Federal Credit Union Scholarship $1,000; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $1,000; Student Leadership President at MAC; Varsity Letter Award Tennis.

Hunter B. Paulson: B.J. and Angie Paulson, parents. 2016 Most Valuable Teammate (Football); Academic All-State Football; National Army ROTC Scholarship $58,400/four years; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $2,000/two years.

Audrey C. Peterson: Brad and Celeste Peterson, parents. All-Northwest Orchestra; All-State Orchestra; AP Scholar; Brigham Young University Music Scholarship $8,000/four years; National Honor Society; Oberlin Conservatory of Music Scholarship $64,000/four years; University of Montana Academic Scholarship $12,000/four years; University of Montana Music Talent Scholarship $8,000/four years.

Jackson O. Petty: Robert and Margaret Petty, parents. Best Programmer Rocky Mountain College Programming Competition; Carleton College National Merit Scholarship $8,000/four years; Carleton College Scholarship $44,470; Carson Scholarship $1,000; CyberPatriot Cyber Security Competition Platinum Team; Eagle Scout Award; Harvey Mudd College Merit Award $10,000/four years; Harvey Mudd College Scholarship $33,775; MCTM Math Contest Scholarship $200; Model Arab League Outstanding Delegate; Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics Competition Superior Ranking; Montana Model United Nations Outstanding Delegate; National Merit Corporate Scholarship $2,500; National Honor Society President; Speech and Debate Public Forum Debate First Place; National Strategic Language Initiative for Youth Scholarship-Arabic; State Championship BrainBowl Team; University of Montana Cyber Triathlon; University of Montana Presidential Leadership Scholarship $47,492/four years; University of New Mexico National Merit Finalist $133,292/four years; University of Utah Academic Excellence Scholarship $97,104/four years; Varsity Letter Award Speech and Debate; Washington University Mesmer Scholarship $44,450; Yale University Scholarship $37,212.

Jordan L. Pine: Jeff and Lisa Pine, parents. Academic All-State Award; All-Conference Soccer; Community Healthcare Scholarship $1,000; Kiwanis Scholarship $500/1 year; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500/1 year; National Honor Society; Varsity Letter Award Soccer.

Abigail E. Price: Christopher and Shalayne Price, parents. Academic All-State; National Honor Society; Utah State University Nonresident Aggie Scholar $13,000; University of Utah Freshman Academic Achievement Award $6,000; Varsity Letter Award Cross Country; Young Women s Recognition and Honor Bee.

Connor P. Rauckhorst: Alan and Cheryl Rauckhorst, parents. All-Conference 1st Team Defensive End and Special Teams Ace; All-State 2nd Team Defensive End and Special Teams Ace; DECA National Qualifier; Varsity Football Captain.

Kelli A. Rosenquist: Randy and Robin Rosenquist, parents. Davidson Honors College; Frankie Global Leadership Initiative at the University of Montana Acceptance; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $6,000/two years; University of Montana Model United Nations Scholarship $1,120.

Ryan T. Sandau: Rich and Cindy Sandau, parents. Academic All-State; AP Scholar; Carroll College Montana Advantage Scholarship $8,000/four years; Carroll College Presidential Scholarship $68,000/four years; State Band Festival Superior Rating; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $6,000/two years; University of Montana Mike McGinley Computer Science Scholarship $4,000/four years; University of Portland Presidential Scholarship $88,000/four years; University of Portland UP Grant $22,240/four years; Varsity Letter Award Speech and Debate.

Spencer A. Schock: Larry and Debbie Schock, parents. Academic All-State; All-Conference Football; All-State Football; DECA National Qualifier; Elks Student of the Month; Key Club; Montana Tech Helena Mineral Society Scholarship $950; Montana Tech Newmont Scholarship $1,050; Montana Tech Ore Digger Football Scholarship $3,000/four years; Montana Tech Scholarship $500; National Honor Society; Sentinel Defensive Most Valuable Player; Sports Talk 406 Athlete of the Week.

Jackson P. Servheen: Kristy Pelletier and Christopher Servheen, parents. Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Chancellor Scholarship $47,600/four years; Montana University System Honors Scholarship $28,600/four years; Montana State University Merit Award $4,000/four years; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $12,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award Robotics.

Dylan R. Sewell: Bob Sewell and Ginger Sewell, parents. Academic All-State Soccer; AP Scholar with Honors Distinction; Band Board President; Band Drum Major; Boston University Presidential Scholarship $160,000/four years; Junior Engineering Apprentice with Jackson Construction; MCTM Math Contest Scholarship $200; Montana State University Provost Scholarship $26,000/four years; Montana Tech College App Week Scholarship $500; Montana Tech Marcus Daly Gold Tuition Waiver $21,740/four years; Montana Tech William George King Memorial Scholarship $4,000; Montana University System Honors Scholarship $26,000/four years; National Honor Society Communications Officer; National Merit Scholar Finalist; Spartan Ambassador; University of Alabama Presidential Merit Scholarship $170,500/four years; University of Michigan Tappan Scholarship $112,500/four years; University of Oklahoma National Merit Finalist Package $130,000/four years; University of Texas-Dallas National Merit Finalist Scholarship $178,000/four years; University of Texas-Dallas National Merit Scholarship Corporation $3,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award Band; Varsity Letter Award Soccer.

Sara L. Shooshtari: Nader and Nancy Shooshtari, parents. DECA National Qualifier; DECA National Top 30%; Emerging Leaders Award; State CDC Record for Most National Qualifications; National Honor Society; National Junior Olympics Qualifier; University of Ottowa Athletic Scholarship $30,000/four years; University of Montana Alumni Scholarship $14,000/four years; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $8,000/four years; Varsity Letter Award DECA; Varsity Letter Award Speech and Debate.

Emily J. Simons: Shana McMillan and Michael Simons, parents. Chamber Choral at the University of Montana Acceptance; Music Program at the University of Montana Acceptance; State Music Festival Superior Rating Solo.

Kiersten L. Spear: Marc and Abby Spear, parents. Grand Canyon University Presidential Scholarship $7,500/four years; Missoula Community Medical Scholarship $1,000; Missoula Federal Credit Union $1,000.

Sydnie A. Steele: Corey Steele and Joanne Berglund, parents. Academic All-State Basketball; Academic All-State Soccer; All-State Soccer; DECA National Qualifier; DECA State Second Place; State Championship Basketball Team 2014; State Runner-Up Basketball 2017; State Runner-Up Soccer 2015; State Track Third Place Team; University of North Florida Cross Country and Track and Field Scholarship.

Kenna L. Stensrud: Farrell and Stacie Stensrud, parents. Montana Tech Chancellor Award $2,000.

Joseph D. Stitt: Bob and Joan Stitt, parents. All-State Academic Award; Academic Letter Award; Colorado School of Mines Presidential Scholarship $36,000/four years; Elks Student of the Month; National Honor Society; Varsity Letter Award Football; Varsity Letter Award Football Manager.

Douglas M. Stobie: Maura Quinn-Stobie and Drew Stobie, parents. Boys State Delegate; Eagle Scout w/4 palms; Elks Student of the Month; National Eagle Scout Association Scholarship $4,000; National Honor Society; Spartan Ambassador; Speech and Debate Captain, University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $3,000/four years; University of Montana Shallenberger Scholarship $2,500.

Erin T. Thayer: Garland and Molly Thayer, parents. University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $8,000/four years.

Lea Tonnerre: Claude and Catherine Tonnerre, parents. AA Orchestra First Chair Violist; All-Northwestern Orchestra Violist; All-Star Orchestra First Violist; All-State Orchestra First Stand Viola; AP Scholar with Honors; District Music Festival Superior Rating; Lewis and Clark College Trustee Scholarship $80,000/four years; Missoula Youth Chamber Orchestra First Chair Violist; Missoula Youth Symphony First Chair Violist; MCTM Regional Math Contest Superior Award; Montana University System Honor Scholarship $24,000/four years; National Honor Society; Pacific Lutheran University Academic Scholarship $104,000/four years; Pacific Lutheran University Mary Baker Russell Music Scholarship $28,000/four years; Pacific Lutheran University Music Artistic Achievement Award $24,000/four years; Pacific Lutheran University Presidential Scholarship $104,000/four years; Sentinel Advance Orchestra First Chair Violist; University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship $6,000/two years; University of Montana Music Talent Scholarship $3,000/four years; University of Montana Presidential Leadership Scholarship $47,492/four years; University of Puget Sound Trustee Scholarship $88,000/four years; University of Utah Academic Commendation Scholarship $22,692; Varsity Letter Award Orchestra; Varsity Letter Award Tennis; Western Washington University WUE Scholarship $44,000/four years; Willamette University Trustee Scholarship $100,000/four years.

Reece E. Tripard: Jason Tripard and Annie Kirk, parents. Washington State University Washington State Need Scholarship $9,000.

Madison S. Ulberg: Matthew and Traci Ulberg, parents. DECA Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan State First Place; DECA International Finalist; DECA Franchise Business Plan State First Place; DECA Hotel and Lodging Management State First Place; Montana State University Merit Award $1,000; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $12,000/four years; Montana University Honors Scholarship $28,000/four years; National Honor Society.

Benjamin J. Yakawich: Joseph and Lori Yakawich, parents. Academic All-State Cross Country; i3 Missoula Selectee; Gonzaga University Scholarship $19,400/four years; Gonzaga University Regents Scholarship $74,000/four years; Montana Boys State Delegate; Montana State University Clifford and Carol Rufenach Scholarship $1,000; Montana State University Premier Scholarship $2,500; Montana University System Honor Scholarship $28,600/four years; National Honor Society; Varsity Letter Award Cross Country.

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