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 email@example.com In the will of…
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…
A 32-year old Bismarck man died at the scene of an accident in northern Adams County near Regent.
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
The Cowboys came into the regional tournament winning four straight games, and scoring 37 more points then their 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.
Be noble minded. That’s the motto that Wildfire head coach Nate Zachmann is bringing to his team this year.
The Lady Wildfire are coming off a 9-14 season which ended with a loss to Beach in the second round of the Region 7 tournament.
The Wildfire lost to the Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks twice in the regular season, but they weren’t going to get a third victory slip them by.
The Lady Tiger volleyball team faced off with the Mott-Regent Wildfire during a regional matchup on Thursday, Oct. 27.
New England, Mott-Regent set to co-op in 2017
After making a deep playoff run in 2016—and returning playmakers Brady Wegh and Josh Wallace—the Wildfire had their sights set on exceeding last year’s performance. But after a shootout with fellow Region 5 opponent Bowman County resulted in a 54-50…
Reminiscent of a high scoring football game between the Hettinger Black Devils and the Richardton-Taylor Raiders back in October 2005, the Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks defeated the Mott-Regent Wildfire 66-50 on Friday, Sept. 30. In that October 2005 game there was…
It’s called the Enchanted Castle. But until recently, It only slightly resembled the castle part. But four months ago, owner Gary Greff began a renovation project to give his restaurant a more ‘enchanted’ feeling.