02 February 2023

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Eymard, Garfield Place At State

Eymard, Garfield Place At State


The Wolf Point speech and drama team came away with two places at the state competition held in Manhattan. Del Eymard earned fifth place in dramatic oral interpretation. Julianna Garfield, the lone senior on the team, placed eighth in humorous oral interpretation. Wolf Point placed 10th in Class B speech sweepstakes and 11th in drama sweepstakes. Logan Wolff was 11th in extemporaneous

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Crafts Part Of Instruction  For Native American Studies

Crafts Part Of Instruction For Native American Studies


Crafts are being a focus of instruction in Wolf Point High School’s Native American studies’ classes this quarter. “The whole purpose of crafts is students studying another trade,” teacher Tress Welch explained. “I feel that is important.” One of the items made were Inyan Ha-Sea Shells ear rings. A pair of given to traveling education consultant Tawnya Haughton. “That’s

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Keiser Enjoys Helping With Projects

Keiser Enjoys Helping With Projects


Wolf Point High School senior Trinity Keiser has made a point of serving the community even at a young age. When she was in only the sixth grade, she asked Northside instructor Beth Olsen how to get involved with the Wolf Point Optimist Club. Since that time, Keiser has assisted in projects to clean up parts of the community. She has also helped at suicide awareness walks. “I volunteer

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26 January 2023

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Wolf Point Speech, Drama Members Entertain During Program

Wolf Point Speech, Drama Members Entertain During Program


The Wolf Point speech and drama program members displayed their outstanding talents with a showcase held in the school’s auditorium on Monday, Jan. 16. “I have a lot of talented kids here,” Coach Jacob Boysun said prior to the performances. Boysun, who is assisted by Lori Sande, said because the Wolves don’t have a local competition, it was good to provide a showcase so area residents

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Wolf Point Earns Trophy At Divisional Meet

Wolf Point Earns Trophy At Divisional Meet


Wolf Point High School students earned third place in Class B drama as a team during the divisional meet held in Roundup on Saturday, Jan. 22. The top six placers in each event qualified for the state competition in Manhattan this weekend. Cole Boysun and Eli Ryan placed second in humorous theatre. Delano Eymard took third place in dramatic oral interpretation. Earning honors in pantomime

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