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Bridger survives 20 years, takes new approach to helping Bozeman’s at-risk teens

Bridger Alternative Program's 20th Anniversary
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Tiara Trevino, 18, turns her tassel after receiving her diploma during Bridger Alternative Program's graduation for the Class of 2013 at the Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman, Saturday, June 8. The Bridger Alternative Program has helped over 500 at risk students graduate since its start 20 years ago.

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Bridger Alternative Program's 20th Anniversary
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Tiara Trevino, 18, right, speaks with her family before participating in Bridger Alternative Program's graduation for the Class of 2013 at the Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman, Saturday, June 8. The Bridger Alternative Program has helped over 500 at risk students graduate since its start 20 years ago.

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Bridger Alternative Program's 20th Anniversary
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Tiara Trevino, 18, adjusts her mortarboard before participating in Bridger Alternative Program's graduation for the Class of 2013 at the Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman, Saturday, June 8. The Bridger Alternative Program has helped over 500 at risk students graduate since its start 20 years ago.

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Bridger Alternative Program's 20th Anniversary
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Tiara Trevino, 18, walks onto the stage during Bridger Alternative Program's graduation for the Class of 2013 at the Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman, Saturday, June 8. The Bridger Alternative Program has helped over 500 at risk students graduate since its start 20 years ago.

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Bridger Alternative Program's 20th Anniversary
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Tiara Trevino, 18, center, is all smiles as she receives congratulations from family after Bridger Alternative Program's graduation for the Class of 2013 at the Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman, Saturday, June 8. The Bridger Alternative Program has helped over 500 at risk students graduate since its start 20 years ago.

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Bridger Canyon Fire Department Hiring Firefighters
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A marquee outside the Bridger Canyon Fire Station states it is hiring new firefighters on Thursday, June 6, in Bridger Canyon. On May 22, former fire chief Dan Astrom and 19 volunteer firefighters resigned leaving just three firefighters to defend more than 600 people in the Bridger Canyon area.

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Tiara Trevino was really struggling at Bozeman High School, while struggling to keep her family’s violent secrets.

“I remember constantly being told I would never graduate; I was never good enough in school,” Tiara said. Many times she’d say, “I’m dropping out today.”

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