Wolf Point Herald

Scott Announces Resignation

Citing personal reasons, Wolf Point Superintendent of Schools Gary Scott is resigning from the position effective June 30.
Scott will make his resignation official at the Tuesday, April 12, school board meeting. He has told teachers and emailed school board members about his decision.

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Play Scheduled For April 1-2

The comedy “Black Hearts and Bearded Ladies” will come to the Wolf Point High School stage on Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2, at 7 p.m. There are 20 high school students who are participating in the production, which features a lot of returning talent from last year’s production of “Maxwell, P.I.”

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Trustees Approve Track, Wiring Projects

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Lane One
The current condition of the Wolf Point High School track. Trustees have voted for some repairs on the track.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

After a good deal of discussion, the Wolf Point School board decided to spend funds to repair the school’s track and high school’s Internet wiring. Also approved during the meeting was the purchase of new football uniforms for varsity players and a wrestling mat.

 

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Badger Creek Takes In Training

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Emergency Training
Officials prepare for a crisis situation during training at the Arizona Wildland and Incident Management Academy in Arizona. Wayne and Darci Brown of Badger Creek Wildlife attended the training.                            
(Photo submitted)

 

Describing the information obtained as very beneficial, Badger Creek Wildlife owners Wayne and Darci Brown took in the training at the Arizona Wildland and Incident Management Academy in Prescott, Ariz., during the early part of March.

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Montes Seeks District 16 State Senate Position

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LeAnn Montes of Box Elder feels the time is right for her to seek a state Senate seat. Noting her education and experience, Montes is running for the open seat in District 16.
“I feel like I have acquired the qualifications and education to be in the Senate,” the Democrat said during a visit in Wolf Point last week.

 

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