Montana

The Montana Scribbler has History at her Fingertips

A Q&A with the Sanders County Historical Author ... Full story

Input Critical for Forest Plan

Draft plan for the Kootenai and Panhandle Forests will mean some changes if adopted. ... Full story

Heron is Hopping!

There's an awful lot going on in this community on the river ... Full story

A Second Mine Proposal Threatens the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness

There's (copper and silver) in them thar hills... and everyone wants it. ... Full story

Hot Water 'n' Goosebumps

Hot springs and big trouble ... Full story

Pat Ingraham - River Journal questionnaire for 2010 election candidates

Pat Ingraham, Republican candidate for State Representative, House District #13 ... Full story

Happy Birthday America!

Fire up the barbeque and stock up on ice 'cause the hottest party of the summer is right around the corner! ... Full story

The Need for Speed is Slaughtering Sheep

Kill rate is "unsustainable" for our area's most watchable heard of Bighorn Sheep ... Full story

Montana Viewpoint

Act in haste, repent at leisure ... Full story

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Dick Cvitanich

Dick Cvitanich

is the Superintendent of Schools for the Lake Pend Oreille School District. He has been an educator for 33 years, and became superintendent for LPOSD in 2006. He was educated at the University of Washington where he earned a BA in History and a Superintendent's Credential. He has been married to Diane for 32 years and they have raised three sons who "taught us as much as we taught them." "I have a passion for public education and the role it plays in our democracy. In my free time I read, ski ... come to think of it, I don't have that much free time."