Wolf Point Herald

Northside Presents The Big Chill

On Thursday, Dec. 15, the Northside Elementary School fourth- and sixth-graders performed their winter concert in the Wolf Point High School auditorium.
This year’s presentation was called The Big Chill (Hoping for a Snow Day) and was basically about children in school hoping for a snow day.
The presentation was directed by Bridget Drummond, art and music teacher at Northside.
The presentation included several classic songs like Jingle Bell Rock and Frosty the Snowman along with various breaks from singing during which students would act out the parts of various characters such as weather reporters, teachers, a bus driver and students.
Overall, it was an accomplished production which delighted and entertained the crowd.

The fourth and sixth grade classes being directed by Mrs. Bridget Drummond, the art and music teacher at Northside, as they sing the opening number of the concert The Big Chill. (Photo by Tyler Manning)

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Chamber Discusses Next Year’s Events

On Tuesday, Dec. 20, the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture discussed changes to upcoming events.

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Competency Hearing Ordered In Lieba Kidnapping And Rape Case

A competency hearing has been ordered for John William Lieba II who was charged in February for the kidnapping, rape, assault and ransom of a four-year-old on the Fort Peck Reservation in Wolf Point.

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LEPC Meets, Hears Of Cardiac Ready Program

Roosevelt County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee met in Culbert-
son Tuesday, Dec. 13, in Roosevelt Medical Center’s tele-med room.

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WPIEC Works On Next JOM Application

The Wolf Point Indian Education Committee held their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, Dec. 19, due to heavy snow in the weeks prior.

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