Wolf Point Herald

Wolf Point School Board Offers Superintendent Position To Osborne

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School Interview
Candidate Rob Osborne answers a question during the public interview portion for Wolf Point superintendent of schools candidates on Monday, May 9.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

After interviewing two candidates on Monday, May 9, the Wolf Point School board voted to offer the school superintendent position to Rob Osborne.
Osborne has seven years of experience as superintendent in Broadview. Osborne previously served as a teacher, coach and athletic director in the Lockwood School District. He received his bachelor’s degree from Eastern Montana College in Billings and earned his master of education in administration from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Ariz.

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Montana Woman Releases Third Book

She grew up as a daughter of parents who owned a newspaper in Culbertson and she continues to share her love for writing.
Vivian McDermott, who’s parents were Duane and Eileen Pennell, has released her third book, Adventures of a VIP.

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Culbertson Community Celebrates Arbor Day

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Trees
Wendy Nickoloff, teacher at Culbertson school, handing out trees to her students as part of Arbor Day celebrations.                                (Photo submitted)

 

As part of the Town of Culbertson’s Arbor Day celebration, Culbertson Public School held an assembly on how to plant trees on Friday, April 29.

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Zilkoski Voted New School Board Trustee

Wolf Point residents have overwhelmingly voted for the community’s best known physician to cure any ills the school district might experience.
Dr. Mark Zilkoski received 591 votes in the election to decide one school board trustee on Tuesday, May 3.
Ron Jackson received 107 votes.

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Wolf Point Native Stresses Education Is Key To Opening Professional Doors

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Wayne Stein, a 1968 Wolf Point High School graduate, knows that he is fortunate, but he explains there is a lot more than luck to credit for all of his professional successes.
Until retiring two years ago, Stein was the head of the Department of Native American Studies at Montana State University. Stein has also served as president for Sitting Bull College, vice president of academic affairs at Fort Berthold Community College and has authored or co-authored three books.