Wolf Point Herald

Special Election To Take Place Thursday

By the end of May, the state of Montana will have finally decided on a new U.S. Representative for Congress. Thursday, May 25, Montana citizens are once again asked to go to the polls to cast their votes for Montana’s lone congressional seat. That seat was left vacant by Republican Ryan Zinke after his appointment as secretary of the interior by President Donald Trump.

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“Dinner On The Green” Marks 20 Years of Hospital Golf Tournament

The year was 1997 when we found ourselves flocking to movie theaters to see films such as Titanic, Men in Black or Jurassic Park. Garth Brooks, Mariah Carey and LeAnn Rimes were singing their way to the top of the charts and the Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl. Sadly, we also remember the loss of Princess Diana and Mother Teresa the same year.

Northside School Holds Math-Off, Teachers Get Pied in the Face

On May 2, Northside School held a school-wide math-off in the gymnasium near the end of the day. Over a hundred students lined up to go head-to-head and answer math problems as quickly as possible.

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City Discusses Potential Memorial For Jayden Joe

At the regular meeting of the Wolf Point city council, May 15, Carrie Manning of Spotted Bull Recovery Center as well as two Wolf Point High School students, spoke to the council about a potential memorial for Jayden Joe, who committed suicide earlier this year.

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Frontier Principal Gourneau Appointed As Temporary Clerk

At the meeting of Frontier’s School board, May 9, a few items were approved and principal Greg Gourneau was appointed as temporary clerk for the district.

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