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JMG Students Cook Lefsa For RMC Resident

An afternoon of good company and good food can warm the heart and create new friendships.
Half-a-dozen Jobs For Montana Graduates students from Culbertson High School spent some time at Roosevelt Medical Center Wednesday, Dec. 16, making a traditional Norwegian food to offer and enjoy with residents.

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Breakfast With Santa And Winter Showcase Successful

On Saturday, Dec. 12, some 250 people gathered in the Culbertson Public Schools cafeteria to enjoy a pancake breakfast and have their picture taken with Santa.
The event titled Breakfast with Santa was planned by the Culbertson Playgroup, with all proceeds going towards fixing up local parks. “The event went very well I think; better than any of us could have imagined,” said Amber Fox, Playgroup member.

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Two Indicted For Bank Embezzlement

A federal grand jury recently indicted two former employees of Independence Bank in Poplar on charges stemming from an alleged embezzlement.
Amanda Mikha Cheri St. Marks, 21, of Wolf Point and Paige Larann Demarce, 26, of Fort Kipp appeared for arraignments before U.S. Magistrate John Johnston in Great Falls Tuesday, Dec. 15.

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Legion Post Donates To Fort Peck Foster Care Program

Franklin D. Chopper American Legion Post No. 61 voted on Nov. 29, to donate $20 per child to the Fort Peck Foster Care Program.
Foster Care program director Jenny Yellow Hammer informed the post 25 children are in the foster care program.

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Brockton Man Accused Of Sexual Contact With Child

A 48-year-olf Brockton man appeared in U.S. District Court in Great Falls Tuesday, Dec. 15, for an arraignment on a three-count federal indictment alleging sexual abuse of a child.

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