Wolf Point Herald

Verizon Scraps Wireless Service For Some Rural Customers

“Verizon believes that customers even in the smallest communities deserve the most modern wireless service and technology. In these first five years, the LTE for Rural America program has delivered value and high-tech solutions to customers and carriers in rural America. It all comes down to being focused on the customer.”

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LEPC Holds Short Meeting, Updates On DES Urgency

In Poplar, the Roosevelt County Local Emergency Planning Committee held a short, 15-minute meeting Sept. 12, due to a lack of attendance. There, the DES urgency issue was discussed and school lettering updates were given.

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Krauth Opens Realty Office

 Krauth Realty First Dollar

Laura Krauth (left) of Laura Krauth Realty is presented with a First Dollar Award Sept. 14 from Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture director Aaron Kurokawa as recognition for opening a new business. (Photo by Tyler Manning)

 

Laura Krauth has been a realtor in Wolf Point for a while now. Many know her from her work in realty at Northern Prairie Realty the last three years. Others may know her from her 16 years as Wolf Point High School’s counselor.

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Frontier Board Approves New Policies, Reviews Old Policies

At a regularly scheduled school board meeting, Sept. 12, the Frontier School board approved new polices and reviewed old policies. The new policies approved came via a recommendation by the Montana School Board Association.

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City Council Handled Regular Business After Lengthy Public Comments

The Wolf Point City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Sept. 18. After a long discussion with a group of citizens concerned about crime in Wolf Point, the council got to their regular business.

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