Mott Public Library News

Build a Better World is the theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program. This fits perfectly with our STEAM programs. We will continue to focus on science, technology, engineering, arts and math concepts in all of our activities. Sign up…
Tilteld Tulip thriving after first few weeks of business

There’s a new business owner in town, and at a new location. The Tilted Tulip, formerly Flowers 4U, is now headed up by Mott resident Aryn Hansen. By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor cbenz@countrymedia.net “It’s going really well,” she said.…
Former educator leaves land to school, turns into scholarship fund

Thanks to a generous donation by a former educator in the Mott-Regent area, students from Mott-Regent who are studying to be educators, can now apply for some financial relief. By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor cbenz@countrymedia.net In the will of…
School board votes on grading changes

  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 cbenz@countrymedia.net…
A Man and His Books

Mott resident built library to hold entire collection of North Dakota books
Wildfire finish wild season in fourth place

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.
Local students compete in math competition

Middle school Mathletes® from Hettinger County competed in the county contest of the MATHCOUNTS® Competition Series on Friday, February 17th in Mott.
Wildfire tame Tigers in New England

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.