City Council Holds Monthly Meeting

The Wolf Point City Council will soon need to look at reviewing utility rates, reported Wolf Point Mayor Chris Dschaak at the council’s regular monthly meeting Monday, Nov. 19.
The reassessment of water and sewer rates is necessary due to the vast amount of repairs on the city’s sewer system that is known to be needed following the recent sewer inventory and the anticipated results of a yet-to-be-scheduled inventory of the city’s water mains.

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Christmas Stroll Sees Early Rush

Despite some rain on top of typical wintertime conditions, there was an early rush at the outset of the Christmas Stroll Dec. 1. “A lot of people came early,” said Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture director Nicole Huber. Her conservative estimate of 150 children in attendance was based on the 115 pictures with Santa taken by photographer Hayley Heser.

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Two Die In Collision With Train Wednesday

The Montana Highway Patrol reports that two persons died early Wednesday morning, Nov. 21, about six miles east of Wolf Point when a freight train struck the pickup they were in. The victims' names have not yet been released.

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Pesticide Training Held

Recently, tribal, state and Environmental Protection Agency officials participated in the 2018 Tribal PIRT — Pesticide Inspector Regulatory Training.


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