Wolf Point Herald

U.S. Responds To Syrian Chemical Weapon Usage

Early Saturday morning, April 14, at 9 a.m. EST, the Pentagon held its second press briefing on the U.S., French and United Kingdom’s airstrike response to Syrian regime’s continued use of chemical weapons on their civilians.

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Amtrak Can Be Held Liable In Pinner Rape Case

The Associated Press reports that U.S. Magistrate Judge John Johnston, of Great Falls, said that Amtrak can be held liable for damages caused when Charles Henry Pinner, of Detroit, Mich., raped a North Carolina woman as the train traveled through Roosevelt County.

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BLM Holds Public Comment For APR Proposed Bison Grazing

The Bureau of Land Management held an informational and public comment meeting April 12 about American Prairie Reserve’s proposal to allow bison-grazing on public lands.

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Wolf Point Renews Teacher Contracts Amid Resignations

Teacher contracts were renewed as the resignations of key staff members were accepted at the regular meeting of the Wolf Point School board April 9.

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Frontier Board Approves Raises, Classified Staff As School Year Wraps Up

The Frontier School board met Tuesday, April 10, for their last meeting as a four-person school board. This meeting was the last for trustee Dr. Mark Zilkoski who announced his retirement earlier this year. The board will move to a three-person school board in his absence.