Wolf Point Herald

Herald-News Has New Editor At The Reins

Tyler Manning comes to The Herald-News as the paper’s new editor from Bastrop, La. He graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2014 where he majored in English. However, he also studied journalism extensively.

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4-H Wall Of Fame Honorees Named

Each year, the Roosevelt County 4-H Council recognizes an outstanding individual and local business for the exceptional work they do within the 4-H program.

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Big Budget Items Approved Before Start Of School

The Wolf Point School board met in the weeks leading up to the start of the 2016-2017 school year to discuss many important budget issues facing the school. Superintendent Rob Osborne sat in during his second school board meeting to give the board members the information necessary to make informed decisions regarding the direction the school will take in the upcoming semester.

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Another Act Of Kindness Toward Law Enforcement

8.4.16.ACT-OF-KINDNESS

Fort Peck Tribes Division of Drug Enforcement Investigator Clay McGeshick presented a letter of appreciation, patch and pin on behalf of all law enforcement to Wolf Point McDonald’s employee Marcus Greene after the 16-year-old Wolf Point High School student offered to buy McGeshick’s lunch as a token of appreciation for what law enforcement does to protect the community. Pictured are (from left to right) McGeshick, Greene and McDonald’s manager Carmen Corey.

When Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice drug enforcement investigator Clay McGeshick drove through the drive-through at the Wolf Point McDonald’s Tuesday, July 26, he ordered his lunch not anticipating an unexpected act of kindness from a Wolf Point High School student working behind the first window.

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Wadopana Continues The Tradition In 2016

Believed to he the most traditional powwow in Montana with a history that reaches into the late 1800s, the 2016 Wadopana Celebration will be held at the Wadopana grounds east of the Sherman Inn Friday through Sunday, Aug. 5-7.

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