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Robo Wolves Wrap Up First Year Of Robotics

Robo Wolves Travel To Bozeman
The Robo Wolves, formerly referred to as Wolf Point Robotics Club, traveled to Bozeman for the First Lego League competition Saturday, Feb. 3. Though the team did not compete their first year, they did learn a lot in preparation for next years season. The Robo Wolves are: (front row, left to right) Ryan Schumacher, Jaycen Williams, Harmony Hansen, Raylee Yellow Hawk, (middle row) Dante Granbois Dionne, Cally Guldborg, Kolby Burshia, Quiarrah Rios, Shyenna White Horse, (back row) Rebekah Landsrud, Walker Harmon, Jasper Johnson, Linda Guldborg, Delsin Tapaha, Logan Wolff, Ali Corpron and Kaleah White Bear. Not pictured are coach Alissa Christensen, assistant coach Lee Vandall, team mentor Ann Landsrud and chaperon Tommy Olson. (Submitted photo)

The Northside Robotics Club team, now officially named the Robo Wolves, wrapped up their first year as a team in early February as they traveled to Bozeman for the First Lego League Tech Challenge regional competition.

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Frontier School To Receive Comprehensive Literacy Grant

Jan. 31, the Office of Public Instruction announced that 21 Montana school districts are being awarded Montana Comprehensive Literacy Project grants.

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Kent Chosen MHSA Boys Basketball Official Of The Year

Quality Refereeing
Always with an eye on the ball, referee Jeff Kent was honored recently as the boys basketball National Federation of State High School Association Officials of the Year. (Photo by Kailey Williamson)

Jeff Kent, a familiar face on the basketball courts in northeast Montana and across the state, was recently honored as National Federation of State High School Association Officials of the Year for boys basketball.

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Amtrak Long-Distance Routes On Chopping Block Again

President Donald Trump’s 2019 budget plan, released from the White House Monday, Feb. 12, proposes significant cuts for the federally subsidized Amtrak long-distance routes once again.

The money-losing long- distance routes have long been an easy target when it comes time to cut spending for the federal government. Nearly every budget cycle the Amtrak long-distance routes are threatened dating back as far as the Bush administration.

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Wolf Point School Board Calls For Election

At their meeting Feb. 12, the Wolf Point School District board called for an mail ballot election. Another few items, including new hires, were approved at this brief meeting.

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