Wolf Point Herald

Rodenberg Named Council President; Council To Ask State Regulators To Investigate Jail Architect

Wolf Point City Council member Craig Rodenberg was appointed council president during the monthly council meeting Monday, July 18.
Mayor Chris Dschaak appointed Rodenberg as president. He will replace Rollin Paulson who recently resigned from the council.

Civil Rights Suit Filed Over Police “Wino Roundup”

A civil rights action lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Great Falls Monday, July 11, alleges a denial of civil rights during a mass roundup and detention by Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice officers of about 50 people alleged to have been drunk on Wolf Point streets during the 2013 Wild Horse Stampede weekend.

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Bisbee Wagon, Spotted Bull Win Wild Horse Stampede Parade

The two-day Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede parade, held Friday and Saturday, July 8-9, followed Main and Anaconda streets from Sixth Avenue South to First Avenue South.

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Violence Against Police Denounced As Local Officers Honored At Rodeo

Homage was paid to all local law enforcement officers and other first responders in the arena at Marvin Brookman Stadium during the Wild Horse Stampede rodeo Saturday, July 9.

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Michael Hernandez

Michael Hernandez, 60, of Wolf Point, died Friday, July 1, 2016, in Wolf Point.

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