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  • Save those Box Tops, local schools are collecting them

    Rosemary S. Veseth|Sep 17, 2014

    The students and staff of Malta Elementary School are asking the public to once again help save special coupons, which benefit the school’s activities and programs. For several years, the school has been collecting Box Tops for Education coupons found on such products as Cheerios cereal, Betty Crocker mixes, and many other General Mills products. The Box Tops for Education coupon is about one inch in length and often found on the front of the box and towards the top. The Campbell Soup Company also offers a coupon program to help schools. On t...

  • Tips and tricks for new Malta Residents, Part IV

    Rosemary S. Veseth, PCN Correspondent|Sep 10, 2014

    I continue to collect helpful hints for our new comers to the greater Malta community. We old timers want to make sure the new folks enjoy the full advantage of living in a small town. As can be said of small towns most everywhere, there is no need to use your car’s signal lights when driving about as everybody knows your schedule and where you are going. The most popular social hall in town is the post office lobby where many trek daily to exchange the latest family news. Malta folk are great believers in recycling and should they receive s... Full story

  • Estill covers many subjects as new Malta teacher

    Rosemary S. Veseth, PCN Correspondent|Sep 10, 2014

    One of MHS's new science teachers is Sean Estill, originally from Lima, MT. After attending high school in Lima, he earned his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree from MSU Bozeman and went on to earn a Master of Arts degree in administration from the University of Montana. Sean served as principal at a K-6 school in Hot Springs, MT, and decided he would really prefer teaching science full time. He is currently keeping busy with the juniors and seniors, teaching physics, chemistry, anatomy,... Full story

  • Bruce beilives in hands on traing at MHS

    Rosemary S. Veseth, PCN Correspondent|Sep 10, 2014

    Once again Malta High School has a new faculty member who was once a Malta Mustang. Mrs. Becky Bruce replaces Mrs. Darlene Kolczak as the new teacher for the Family and Consumer Science class. In earlier times this class was known as Home Economics, which every female student was required to take. The FCS class is now an elective course opened to all students. Mrs. Bruce comes to us from Jefferson High School in Boulder, MT, where she taught a similar course for six years. She holds a Bachelor... Full story

  • Malta High School Welcomes history teacher Somerfeld

    Rosemary S. Veseth, PCN Correspondent|Sep 3, 2014

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  • Tips and Tricks for new Malta Residents, part III

    Rosemary S. Veseth, PCN Correspondent|Sep 3, 2014

    Once again the good folks of Malta have offered more advice for the various folks who recently moved into Malta. One busy teacher wants to remind the new folks to get an engine block heater to tuck under the hood of their cars. Possibly not everybody realizes that when you spot an electric cord hanging out the front of a car, this car is not, I repeat NOT, a $65,000 Tesla Model S Roadster. Hustle on down to the auto store and buy yourself an engine block heater and a 20-foot extension cord to plug it into your garage electrical outlet. Jerry... Full story