Wolf Point Herald

Commissioners Approve Final Inspection Of FAA Hangar

New Hangar Passes Final Inspection
The new FAA-funded hangar, a joint project between Roosevelt County and the City of Wolf Point, passed its final inspection, according to Interstate Engineering’s John Bach. Both the Roosevelt County Commissioners and Wolf Point city council approved the final inspection on the recommendation of Bach Jan. 16. Cape Air was first in line to lease the hangar, signing a lease before construction began. (Photo by Tyler Manning)

At the regular public meeting Jan. 16, the Roosevelt County Commissioners approved the final inspection and acceptance for the new Federal Aviation Administration-compliant hangar at L.M. Clayton Airport in Wolf Point.

Hits: 294

Read more: Commissioners Approve Final Inspection Of FAA Hangar

City Council Welcomes New Members As New Year Begins

City Welcomes New Council Members
Wolf Point Mayor Chris Dschaak (center right) welcomed new members of the Wolf Point city council (left to right) Dean Mahlum, Tori Matejovsky and Eldon Porras Tuesday, Jan. 16. Mahlum is the ward 2 councilman and served for the second half of 2017. He was elected to a four-year term which began Jan. 1. Matejovsky is the ward 1 councilwoman who will fill the position formerly held by David Block who did not seek reelection. Eldon Porras is the councilman for ward 4 and fills the position after his wife, Ashley Porras, decided not to file for election after her term was completed. (Photo by Tyler Manning)

 

The Wolf Point City Council met for their first regular meeting of the year Tuesday, Jan. 16. At the meeting, the council welcomed new members, approved allowing Montana-Dakota Utilities to replace street lights and approved the final inspection of the Federal Aviation Administration-funded hangar at L.M. Clayton Airport.

Hits: 650

Read more: City Council Welcomes New Members As New Year Begins

Wolf Point Welcomes New Police Officer

Tyler Osborne, 25, is the newest addition to the Wolf Point Police Department. Osborne was unanimously hired by the Wolf Point City Council at their December meeting after being selected by Wolf Point Police Department Chief Jeff Harada as the best candidate for the job.

Hits: 2002

Read more: Wolf Point Welcomes New Police Officer

GNDC Pitches Small Business Competition To Chamber

At the first regular meeting of the year for the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Jan. 9, Mark Sansaver of Great Northern Development Corporation visited the chamber to pitch to them an idea that GNDC had for a small business development competition.

Hits: 208

Read more: GNDC Pitches Small Business Competition To Chamber

Overnight Trip Approved For Frontier Band Students

The Frontier School board approved an out-of-state overnight trip for band students after speaking with Russell Johnson, Frontier’s music teacher, at their Jan. 9 school board meeting.

Hits: 203

Read more: Overnight Trip Approved For Frontier Band Students