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New Roosevelt County Attorney Plans Commute

Culbertson’s Austin Knudsen has served as a member of the Montana House of Representatives from the 36th district since 2010. Now, he’s preparing to take on a new role as Roosevelt County Attorney beginning Jan. 2.
Before he can do that, however, he has to pack up the office at Knudsen Law, PLLC, on Broadway Avenue in Culbertson.

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Wolf Point Woman Sentenced To Prison For Meth Trafficking

Taurean Grandchamp, 31, of Wolf Point was sentenced Wednesday, Nov. 28, to 41 months in prison and four years supervised release before U.S. District Judge Brian M. Morris.
Grandchamp had been convicted of trafficking methamphetamine on the Fort Peck Reservation and pleaded guilty Aug. 23 to possession with intent to distribute meth.

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Lions, Elks Host Holiday Home Lighting Contest

The Wolf Point Lions Club and the Wolf Point Elks Lodge #1764 will be sponsoring this year’s Christmas home lighting contest.
The prizes will be $125 for first place and $75 for second, as well as six $50 honorable mentions.

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Literacy Programs At The Library

The monthly meeting of the Roosevelt County Library Board was canceled Dec. 1 due to weather. Circulation librarian Janet Livingston took the opportunity to tell The Herald-News about some of the programs and services coming up in December.

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Optimists Continue Angel Tree Tradition For 25 Years

With the goal of helping provide gifts for underprivileged children, the Optimist Club of Wolf Point will again place Angel Trees in several locations around Wolf Point.
The Optimists have held the Angel Tree program for about 25 years. The Wolf Point Police Department, schools and social service agencies contact the Optimist Club with referrals of children.

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