A congressional hearing to discuss Amtrak’s reduction of services has been postponed to at least Monday, Oct. 19, according to the office of U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont. Roy Loewenstein, press secretary for Tester, said the hearing was moved because of the decision to recess the Senate because of COVID concerns. He noted that Tester hopes to reschedule the hearing as soon as safely possible.
15 October 2020
The Wolf Point School board voted by a 4-0 margin to return to Plan A where students attend school fulltime starting the first day of the second quarter, Nov. 2. Wolf Point superintendent of schools Loverty Erickson made the recommendation to move from Plan B to Plan A during the monthly school board meeting on Monday, Oct. 12. Erickson noted many benefits of having the students return to
Newcomer Sarah Larkin is teaching kindergarten at Wolf Point’s Southside School this year. She told the Northern Plains Independent that the job feels like a calling. She said a background in Sunday school teaching and child care helped prepare her for a career path in education. Larkin is from Wichita, Kansas. She received her bachelor degree in elementary education from Newman University