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Fyfe Retires From Farmers Union Lumber


Wolf Point’s Dave Fyfe, 65, says he was talked into the job at Farmers Union Lumber in Wolf Point when he was just out of high school by his old boss Chet Wienke.
He tried ranching and farming with Bruce Brookman for around four years first, but found it wasn’t for him.

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Kitchen Offers Free Meals To Hungry Locals

Wolf Point’s Harry Beauchamp Jr. and Don LaRoque have been serving up free meals out of the Beauchamp building across from the Roosevelt County Detention Center in Wolf Point for almost three months. Apart from some initial private contributions gathered at a photography exhibit in Bozeman last June, the duo have been using their own resources to keep the kitchen cooking.

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No Mention Of Discrimination Claim At School Board Meeting

The Wolf Point School board held its regular meeting in the Wolf Point High School library Jan. 14.

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Emergency Planning Committee Meets In Poplar

The Local Emergency Planning Committee met in Poplar at the Fort Peck Community College library Tuesday, Jan. 8.

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SNAP Benefits Come Early, Immigration Hearings Canceled

The partial government shutdown has passed an historic mark. As of Jan. 12, the standoff has become the longest in our history. Congress and President Donald Trump continue to disagree about funding for a wall or barrier along the southern U.S. border.

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