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Petition To Revoke Filed Against Lehner

On Sept. 28, a petition to revoke was filed against James Dillon Lehner who was charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs, a felony, to which he pleaded guilty on Feb. 10.

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Local Companies Certified As Eligible Telecommunications Carriers

The Montana Public Service Commission voted on Tuesday, Sept. 27, to certify 26 companies as eligible telecommunications carriers for 2017. The five to zero vote opens the doors for approximately $100 million in broadband investment funds that will be utilized across rural Montana in the next year. The funds are to be used to improve infrastructure in underserved areas across Montana.

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Gray Hawk Pleads Guilty To Distribution

On Sept. 14, Merciline Gray Hawk entered a plea of guilty in Montana 15th
Judicial District Court to two felonies — criminal possession of dangerous drugs with intent to distribute and criminal possession of dangerous drugs. For pleading guilty, several lesser charges against her will be dropped.

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Parks Fundraising Continues With Cocktails And Canvas

Over the past year, a group in Culbertson has been exhausting their efforts in planning and hosting several fundraisers in the hopes of cleaning and upgrading the equipment at Bruegger Centennial Park, also known as the “bear park” and potentially other parks in Culbertson.

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LEPC Plans First Responder School Tours

Roosevelt County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee held their monthly meeting Tuesday, Oct. 11, in Wolf Point at the county services building.

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