Wolf Point Herald

Vinger Works To Revitalize Cattlemen’s Cut

Brent Vinger grew up in and around Wolf Point as a young man. Vinger moved away for many years before deciding to move back earlier this year.
When Vinger saw his old hangout, Cattlemen’s Cut, for sale, he decided to purchase the business.

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Wolf Point School District Cancels Election

At a special meeting held April 3 the Wolf Point School board canceled the building reserve levy and trustee election for the district. After reassessing the district’s monetary situation, the board decided that, while the building reserve does need to be stimulated, it isn’t necessary at this time.

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Wolf Point Water Tank Won’t See Fix Anytime Soon

It has been just over three months since a city water tank on Indian Street ruptured Dec. 28. Though the cleanup has finished and the tank has no further issues, it remains in disrepair.

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Roosevelt County Commissioners Approve New Drug Task Force

At the regular public meeting Tuesday, April 4, the Roosevelt County Commissioners approved various items including becoming involved in a new drug task force.

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Hundreds Attend Lustre’s 52nd Annual Schmeckfest

The 52nd annual Schmeckfest, held Friday, March 24, was a massive success for Lustre Christian High School and the town of Lustre. Hundreds were in attendance to enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet of German-Mennonite food and various festivities.

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