Wolf Point Herald

Audit Suggests Frontier District Misused Federal Funds

The Frontier School District board of trustees addressed alleged misuse of government funds in a written corrective action to recent audit findings during the monthly school board meeting Thursday, July 21.

 

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Charges Could Be Filed This Week In Poplar Murder

Tribal and possible federal charges are expected this week against at least one unidentified adult male in connection with the fatal stabbing of Duran Jackson outside Buckhorn Bar and Café in Poplar during the early morning hours Friday, July 22.

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County Employee Pay Raises Approved

Roosevelt County Commissioners approved 2.65 percent pay raises for non-union, non-elected county employees Tuesday, July 26. The 2.65 percent mirrors raises given in a county union contract.

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Educator And Author Reflects On Growing Up In Wolf Point

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A quarter century after graduating from Wolf Point High School, Eliza Anne Sorte Thomas has a successful career as an educational consultant and a second book she authored recently released.

 

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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.