Wolf Point Herald

Lingle Selected Law Enforcement Officer Of Year

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The Best
Tim Lingle of the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office has been named the Montana American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.                                                     (Photo submitted)


Tim Lingle of the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office said he was more than surprised when he was told he was selected as the Montana American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
“I was shocked. I didn’t expect it at all,” Lingle said.

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Tribes Upset About Lack of Van For Veterans

Tired of not seeing a van coming to the Fort Peck Reservation to bring veterans to medical appointments, Fort Peck Tribes’ officials sent a letter recently to Montana’s congressional leaders along with Gov. Steve Bullock.

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Students Improve Education Through Digital Academy

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Online Work
Wolf Point High School junior Charlene Allmer takes part in her Montana Digital Academy class. She is taking a foreign language class for the third year.   (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)


When a Wolf Point High School student wants to learn a foreign language or take a certain advanced class that isn’t offered at the school, the student doesn’t need to give up hope. That’s because students can tackle the subject through the Montana Digital Academy.

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Commissioners Table Tax Abatement

Noting that they wanted to receive legal advice, the Roosevelt County Commissioners again tabled their decision whether to approve a tax abatement for United Grain Corporation’s expansion project.

 

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Sansaver Relies On Parents’ Influence To Lead Way At Minot State University

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True Leader
Amanda Sansaver of Wolf Point has served as a captain for the Minot State University’s women’s basketball squad for the last two seasons.
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Amanda Sansaver, senior guard for Minot State University’s women’s basketball games, admits there are some early mornings that she isn’t eager to attend practice or hit the weights with her teammates.
But then the 2012 Wolf Point High School graduate remembers how fortunate she is that she can take part in the physical workouts. After seeing her father, Mark, and two uncles struggle with muscular dystrophy, Amanda takes the quote, “Do something when you can, before you can’t” to heart.

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