Wildfire places five athletes at state track meet The Mott-Regent Wildfire had a big presence at the 2017 North Dakota State Track Meet. The team took 10 athletes in grades ninth through 12th to the MDU Resources Community Bowl in…
School project still on schedule, and operating under budget By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor email@example.com Though a harsh winter caused construction crews working on the new Mott-Regent school to get behind schedule by a few weeks, they have since…
The Mott-Regent school board recently voted to adjust the grading scale for their students. During a special meeting, the Curriculum Committee presented four recommendations for the board on grade-scale and credit system. By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor firstname.lastname@example.org…
Thanks to the University of North Dakota’s Center for Rural Health and the Area Health Education Center (AHEC), students of Mott-Regent and Lemmon schools got a window view into a multitude of healthcare professions.
On March 15, 2017, the NDSU Hettinger County Extension Office and Juanita Achtenberg, a private rabbitry owner in New Leipzig, ND, conducted Ag in the Classroom presentations in the Mott/Regent elementary and the New England elementary schools with students age…
A trio of athletes from the Hettinger County area were named to the All-Region 7 team this postseason.
The new k-12 writing program, Step-Up to Writing, was implemented in the spring of 2016 at Mott-Regent.
Thanks to a record-setting performance by Heart River senior Dion Madler, the Wildfire fell to the Cougars 81-73 to finish in fourth place at the Region 7 Boys Basketball tournament in Dickinson on March 9.
•Wildfire get Night Hawks in second round
It’s going to take a little more than elbow grease and some spit shining, but that’s how they want it.
The Cowboys came into the regional tournament winning four straight games, and scoring 37 more points then their opponents.
After starting out with five straight regional wins, the Wildfire have lost three of their last four games, all region opponents.
The boys’ basketball team from Mott-Regent faced off with their Hettinger County neighbors, as they came to New England on Friday, Feb. 3, looking for their seventh region win of the season.
Wildfire head coach has his team winning, and he’s committed to building a culture of ‘Noble Men’
Mott-Regent senior said ag program helped him make his decision.
Mott-Regent senior scores 1,000th career point