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County Commissioners Discuss Junk Vehicle Disposal

At the regularly scheduled public meeting, May 9, the Roosevelt County Commissioners discussed junk vehicle disposal across the county along with approving various items.

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Attorney General Fox Pays Visit During Child Advocacy Center Celebration

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox (seventh from left) presents a bear to members of the multidisciplinary team that helped form the Fort Peck Child Advocacy Center, the first CAC on a reservation in the State of Montana.

On Tuesday, May 2, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox paid a visit to the hard-working men and women who founded the Fort Peck Child Advocacy Center. The team came together to celebrate finally accomplishing what they set out to do over 20 years ago: open the first child advocacy center on a Montana reservation.

 

Wolf Point To Pick Up Slack As Glasgow Job Services Closes

The Montana Department of Labor has announced that it would be closing the Job Services offices in Glasgow, Livingston and Shelby June 30 due to lack of funding. The closures are expected to save the state approximately $700,000 a year according to the Associated Press.

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Fort Peck/Dry Prairie Water System Not Under Threat By Trump’s Budget Proposal

It’s been over a month since President Donald Trump revealed his bare-bones budget which made cuts to every single department, save for veterans affairs and military spending.

Optimist Club Celebrates 25 Years Of Service To Youth Of Wolf Point

Just over 25 years ago, Mona Amundson replied to an advertisement she found in the back of a magazine and that was the start of what would become one of the strongest, most active community service organizations in Wolf Point.