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Library Board Talks Crackling Phones, Missing Magazines

The Roosevelt County Library board met at the Culbertson branch Saturday, March 2. Chairperson Laurie Evans, vice chair Gloria Mason, library director Andrea Hayes, Culbertson librarian Leona Colvin and trustees Beth Kekkel and Pat Henry were in attendance.

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Meeting Set To Assess School Week Length

The board of trustees for Wolf Point School District held their regular school board meeting at the Wolf Point High School library Monday, March 11. Trustees Corey E. Reum, Janice Wemmer-Kegley, Lanette Clark, Mark Zilkoski, vice chair Linda L. Hansen and chair Mark Kurokawa were in attendance.

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Lady Wolves Win State

The Wolf Point Lady Wolves rejoice with the championship trophy minutes after defeating Florence/Carlton to win the Class B state title with cheerleaders and fans from the Wolf Point area who came onto the floor to celebrate.
(Photo by John Plestina)

T’Elle Evans Named To Wolf Point Station


Nine new graduates of the Montana Highway Patrol Academy were recognized at a ceremony in Helena on Thursday, Feb. 28. Wolf Point’s T’Elle Evans, 23, was among the honorees and graduates.

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Youthful Drivers Involved In High Percentage Of Crashes

The DUI Task Force was informed that Roosevelt County was ranked sixth in Montana in 2017 for the number of crashes involving drivers younger than age 21 — both impaired and non-impaired — during the March meeting at the James E. Shanley Tribal Library in Poplar.

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