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Election Picture Becomes Clear After Filing Deadline

The 2018 election for Roosevelt County’s local officials has become more competitive as the regular filing deadline passed.

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Poplar Community Divided On Proposed Roundabouts

The Montana Department of Transportation held a meeting at the Poplar Cultural Center Tuesday, March 20, to gather public comment about two proposed roundabouts on U.S. Highway 2 in Poplar.

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Wolf Point Students Perform In Missoula Children’s Theater’s Robin Hood Production

Cast of Robin Hood
The cast of Missoula Children’s Theater’s production of Robin Hood posed for a photo as they prepared for their big night with a dress rehearsal Thursday, March 22. The cast consists mostly of local junior high and elementary students from the Wolf Point School District. (Photo by Tyler Manning)

Local junior high and elementary students performed in a Missoula Children’s Theater production of the classic tale Robin Hood Friday, March 23.

City Awards Sewer Contract To PACE

The Wolf Point City Council has awarded a contract in their ongoing sewer inventory project to LS Enterprises, a.k.a. PACE.

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Masonic Foundation Donates To Frontier School Library

Masonic Foundation Donates
Kitty Boysun (left), librarian at Frontier Elementary School, receives a check from Jeff Harada, Montana Masonic Foundation board member and chief of the Wolf Point Police Department, for $1,000 as part of the Montana Masonic Foundation’s educational grant program. The money will be used to supplement the library’s budget for books and other supplies.

 

The Montana Masonic Foundation recently donated $1,000 to the Frontier School library as part of their educational grant program.

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