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Banning joins Army infantry: Army Private Dillain Banning, the son of Jesse and Katie Banning, Bonners Ferry, graduated today from Army basic training and advanced infantry training at Fort Benning, Georgia, as his parents and siblings looked on. "We are more proud of you than you will ever know," his mother posted on Facebook.
Lavala USAF basic honor grad: U.S. Air Force Airman Isaac D. Lavala recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Robert and Sheila Lavala of Moyie Springs, and a 2017 graduate of Bonners Ferry High School.
Stacey Dean BCH patient care Employee of the Month: Nurse Stacey Dean started working at Boundary Community Hospital’s Acute Care Unit in April, 2014. She has a strong 20 year nursing background, which makes her one great asset to this facility.
Sonya Tice is BCH non-patient care Employee of the Month: Sonya Tice began her career at Boundary Community Hospital almost eight years ago. She began as a per diem health unit coordinator for the emergency department and medical floor, working both night and day shifts to meet the needs of the hospital.
Bonners Ferry hydrologist gets his own forest: A former hydrologist on the Bonners Ferry Ranger District, Dale Deiter, has been selected as the new Forest Supervisor for the Prescott National Forest in Arizona. Dale’s reporting date is January 8. He replaces Teresa Chase, who retired in March 2017.
Three graduate BCH fall CNA class: Boundary Community Hospital and North Idaho College announced the graduation today of the fall semester Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) class. They are Lanilyn Hughes, Cheyenne Bennett and Summer Norman. The next semester starts January 16.
Victoria Rae Badger awesome student of the week: It is my pleasure to introduce Victoria Rae as the Bonners Ferry High School Student of the Week. Victoria is a sophomore with a 4.0 GPA who also excels on the varsity volleyball team, qualified for state in the discus and placed third in the shot put as a freshman. By P.E. Teacher Ed DePriest
Mt. Hall names November Students of the Month: Mt. Hall Elementary School's November Students of the Month were: kindergarten; Madison DesMarais, first grade; Dallin Baisden and Reya Riverman, second grade; Kaitlyn Becker, Olivia Lammers, Jack Marshall and Andres Ponce ...
Bev Heigel is BCSD 101 Classified Employee of the Month: I would like to introduce Bev Heigel as November’s Boundary County School District’s Classified Employee of the Month! Bev, a special education assistant, is an outstanding individual who makes Boundary County Middle School a better place just by showing up every day. By Principal David Miles II
Say hello to Emma Lynn: Emma Lynn and was born in Sandpoint October 29 Jackie and Chris Pierce, Bonners Ferry. She joins big brother Gabe and sister Abby. She weighed six pounds, nine ounces and she was 19 inches long.
Troy honor roll students named: Troy High School and Junior High have released the names of their latest honor roll and high honor roll students. Congratulations to each for their hard work and diligence!
Josh Knaggs BCSD Certified Employee of the Month: It is an honor to recognize Mr. Josh Knaggs as the Certified Employee of the Month for October 2017. Mr. Knaggs is a versatile person to have in a school. He is the art teacher at Bonners Ferry High School, and he is starting to round the corner toward a decade of service at BFHS.
Elijah Parlow is Badger Awesome! I would like to recognize Elijah Parlow as an exceptional learner. He arrives to class daily with a smile and ready to work. His fine-tuning can easily be overlooked as he diligently answers his questions and checks them himself, while periodically stopping to help the students around him. By Rachel Wheatley
Badger Awesome Student of the Week is Miranda Wenk: Miranda Wenk, a senior at BFHS, is a great student dedicated to her school. When she isn’t playing sports of her own, she goes to all the games she can and cheers on her fellow Badgers. Not only is she a phenomenal “cheerleader,” but Miranda excels academically.
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