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Wolf Point Police And Fire Blotter For Dec. 31, 2015

(Editor’s Note: The following blotter is a partial list of activities involving the Wolf Point police and volunteer fire departments between Dec. 21 and 28. All those arrested or cited are presumed innocent.)

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Stracener Home Is Christmas Light Contest Winner

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The Wolf Point Lions Club judged houses lit up for the holidays Sunday, Dec. 20, with first- and second-place winners chosen and five honorable mentions selected. The Lions and Walleyes Unlimited jointly sponsor the annual Christmas Lighting Contest for Wolf Point and the surrounding area. Bob and Cheryl Stracener’s home on the 200 block of Indian Street was the first-place winner with a strobe light display. Winners received “Chamber Dollars” from the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture that are as good as cash and redeemable at numerous participating businesses in Wolf Point. The first-place winner received $125 in Chamber Dollars.  The Stracener home is the first photo. The other homes in the order they are shown here are: Lee and Sharri Vandall, second place, 300 block Indian Street; George and Candace Blount, 100 block East Dawson Street, honorable mention; Chris and Delores Evans, Prospect Avenue, honorable mention;  Jason Hamilton, 800 block West Cascade Street, honorable mention; Wayne and Janice Wemmer-Kegley, 200 block East Indian Street, honorable mention; Bob and Benita Neumiller, 400 block Johnson Street, honorable mention; and Dan and Nancy Sietsema, 300 block Garfield Street, honorable mention.   (Photos by John Plestina)

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WPHS Speech And Drama Team Results From Malta, Circle

The Wolf Point Wolves’ speech and drama team has had two good weeks of competition in a row.
First was Malta Saturday, Dec. 12, where the Wolves placed third as a team in drama for class B. That third-place award was earned with strong performances from Jaki Harada, who placed first in pantomime, and the humorous duo of Devin Northington and Dylan Conner, who took third.

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Santa Cops

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Police officers delivered presents from the Wolf Point Optimist Club Angel Tree for the Presbyterian Womens’ Association Friday, Dec. 18. Pictured are: (from left to right) J.T. Szymanski, Wolf Point Police Department; WPPD chief Jeff Harada and Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice officer Chris Gray Bear. WPPD officer Mehsin Wehbe is in the background.  (Photo by John Plestina)

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PSC Rejects MDU Interim Rate Increase

The Montana Public Service Commission rejected a $10.9 million interim electricity rate increase requested by Montana-Dakota Utilities by a 4-0 vote Tuesday, Dec. 15.
The rate increase was requested as an interim adjustment that is part of a larger 21.1 percent, $11.8 million increase under review in a contested rate case before the PSC.

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