Wolf Point Herald

Northeast Montana Health Services Holds Annual Festival Of Trees

On Friday, Dec. 2, the Northeast Montana Health Services Charitable Foundation held their annual Festival of Trees fundraiser at the Wolf Point Elks Club. The event was successful, earning $2,000 in two weeks of selling tickets.

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Red Eagle Admits To Killing Girlfriend

Delvin Conrad Chad Red Eagle, 23, pleaded guilty in federal court Monday, Nov. 22, to second degree murder in the case of the death of his girlfriend, Roxanne Morsette, 25.

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School Board Discusses Moving Sixth-Graders To Junior High School

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Wolf Point School District board held a working board meeting, at which they discussed the possibility of the sixth-grade class moving to the junior/senior high school facility. At this board meeting, they also discussed the need and implementation of the cold weather bus route for this season.

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WPHS Students Meet Holocaust Survivor

Students Visit Holocaust Survivor
Wolf Point High School history teacher Edward Hentges took five of his students to visit Holocaust survivor Eva Kor in Glasgow as an educational experience. Students visiting with Kor (seated) included (left to right) Savannah Wozniak, Madison Kinzie, Bryor Smith, Caden Kurokawa, Samantha Goodman and Hentges.

On Nov. 1, Wolf Point High School history teacher Ed Hentges took five of his students to Glasgow High School to meet Holocaust survivor and founder of CANDLES, Children of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lap Experiments Survivors, Eva Kor. Kor and her twin sister Miriam were subjected to human experiments in Auschwitz under Josef Mengele. Auschwitz was one of the most notorious Nazi death camps in all of Europe and it claimed the lives of an estimated one million individuals.

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Smith Pleads Not Guilty To Multiple Felonies

On Oct. 26, Gregory Clinton Smith Jr. pleaded not guilty to numerous drug felonies and a misdemeanor. He is charged with criminal distribution of dangerous drugs, criminal possession of dangerous drugs, tampering with evidence and violation of an order of protection. Smith pleaded not guilty to all charges and his court date was set for Jan. 12.

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