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City Council Releases Water, Sewer Study

The Wolf Point City Council met in council chambers Monday, April 15. Following the call to order, the council approved opening bids for park/cemetery maintenance contract. Erickson Irrigation submitted a bid of $154,000 for two years and M.J.B. Professional Lawns & Irrigation submitted a bid of $166,000, also for two years.

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Poplar Hosts Breaking Barriers Conference


The Office of Public Instruction’s Indian Education Division hosted a two-day “Breaking Barriers” conference April 11-12 at A&S Industries in Poplar. Don Wetzel, Jr., OPI’s American Indian youth development coordinator, told The Herald-News that the conference is like other youth events planned by his office in that it emphasizes student directed involvement, encouraging young people to take a proprietary role in their cultural exchanges and activities.

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Border Hours Changes Opposed By Sivertsen

U.S. Customs and Border Protection will be changing the hours of operation at the Ports of Raymond, Opheim, Scobey and Morgan beginning April 14.

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County DUI Task Force Considers Student Members

The Roosevelt County DUI Task Force met at the health department conference room in Wolf Point on Friday, April 5. Task force coordinator A.J. Allen, Roosevelt County Commissioner Gary Macdonald and Wolf Point School health teacher Cody Larson were in attendance.

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Police Ask For Community To Be Their Eyes And Ears

Though the old saying may go “April showers bring May flowers,” there is another even more important thing to remember as the weather warms up after the long, cold winter — “See something? Hear something? .... Say something.”
The Wolf Point Police Department is investigating increased reports of vehicles, garages, homes and businesses being broken into in the past week with the arrival of the warmer spring weather.

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