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Culbertson Council Plans Work Sessions To Address Possible Water Rate Increases

The Culbertson City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 8, at 5:30 p.m., where the council decided to hold workshop meetings to discuss potentially increasing water rates, with sewer and garbage not included in the increase.

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Poplar Hosts Breaking Barriers Conference


The Office of Public Instruction’s Indian Education Division hosted a two-day “Breaking Barriers” conference April 11-12 at A&S Industries in Poplar. Don Wetzel, Jr., OPI’s American Indian youth development coordinator, told The Herald-News that the conference is like other youth events planned by his office in that it emphasizes student directed involvement, encouraging young people to take a proprietary role in their cultural exchanges and activities.

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Culbertson BPA Competes At Regional, State Conferences


The Culbertson Business Professionals of America chapter traveled to Billings March 10 with 15 students to compete in the state leadership conference. In order to compete in the state conference, they had to qualify in the top 10 at the regional conference in Lambert Jan. 16.

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County DUI Task Force Considers Student Members

The Roosevelt County DUI Task Force met at the health department conference room in Wolf Point on Friday, April 5. Task force coordinator A.J. Allen, Roosevelt County Commissioner Gary Macdonald and Wolf Point School health teacher Cody Larson were in attendance.

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Border Hours Changes Opposed By Sivertsen

U.S. Customs and Border Protection will be changing the hours of operation at the Ports of Raymond, Opheim, Scobey and Morgan beginning April 14.

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