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County Pulls Variance Request, Uses MCA To Utilize City Land

The Wolf Point Board of Adjustment held a hearing Thursday, June 23, on a variance request from Roosevelt County to allow the county to build a portion of the new jail on the city’s right of way.

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Culbertson School Board Reviews Policies

The Culbertson School Board approved Rhonda Seitz for a second grade teaching position for the 2016-17 school year during a lightly attended regular board meeting Thursday, June 23.

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“Gustnado,” Wind, Hail Wreak Havoc

Recent summer storms with lightning, high winds, golf ball- and baseball-size hail have wrought sporadic destruction in northeastern Montana.

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Bainville Council Set Dates For Fireworks

The Bainville City Council held the regular monthly meeting Monday, June 13, at the town hall.
Discussion ensued on setting appropriate dates for the lighting of fireworks within city limits. The Council decided that fireworks are allowed from July 1-5 and can be used from 8 a.m. until midnight. Fireworks are not to be used from midnight until 8 a.m.
Several building permits were approved.
The next meeting will Monday, July 11 at 7 p.m. in the town hall.

Storms Wreak Havoc Across Northeast Montana

Several severe thunderstorms last week caused widespread damage across northeast Montana.
Brandon Bigelbach, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Glasgow, said their office received numerous reports of 1- to 2-inch hail and strong wind gusts Saturday, June 18, as a thunderstorm system made its way across northeast Montana.

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