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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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Roosevelt County Jail Roster For Dec. 24, 2015

(Editor’s Note: The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office distributes an inmate roster each week with charges and communities of residence. Names on the jail roster are those of everyone incarcerated and persons booked into the jail during the previous week and does not necessarily mean there is a new charge or conviction. Some individuals might be serving time for a previous conviction.)

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Letter To The Editor About Smoking

Dear Editor:
Every New Year’s Eve, thousands of people across Montana resolve to improve their lives, vowing to give up their bad habits in exchange for healthy lifestyles. The Montana Tobacco Quit Line wants to assist people who attempt to quit tobacco and has free programs designed for all Montanans. The Quit Line has expanded services and now offers a dedicated American Indian Quit Line, dedicated female coaches and additional incentives for pregnant and prenatal women, with electronic enrollment for all services.

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Christmas Concert

12.17.15.FROID CHRISTMAS PROGRAM


The Froid High School Choir performs “Thirty Second Fa La La” by Donald Moore, under the direction of Ann Ronning at their annual Christmas Program Thursday, Dec. 10.  (Photo by Angela Rose Benson)