Wolf Point Herald

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.

Wolf Point Senior Finds Success With Music Department

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Wolf Point student Christina Dahl performs a solo during the high school’s swing choir concert this year.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

Wolf Point High School senior Christina Dahl doesn’t remember when she was first told that she was a good singer, but she does recall her first experience with singing.
That occasion came when she was just 6 years old and was watching her grandmother Helen Conradsen sing. “I wanted to be like her and started singing,” Dahl said.

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Students Enjoy Prom At Elks

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Alexandria Rodriguez and Isaac Remington were selected queen and king for Wolf Point High School’s prom held on Friday, April 22.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

Although a different location than usual, Wolf Point High School students experienced a great time during their prom titled “Night of Lights” on Friday, April 22.

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Interviews Scheduled For Superintendent Candidates

The Wolf Point School Board selected three candidates to interview for the superintendent of schools position. The candidates are scheduled to be interviewed and tour the area during the week of  Monday, May 9.

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Investigator Said Woman Punched Infant To Death

A week after the murder of a 13-month-old infant is believed to have taken place in Poplar, a 42-year-old Poplar woman made not guilty pleas in Fort Peck Tribal Court to the charges of murder, a felony, and hindering law enforcement, a misdemeanor.

 

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