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Lions Donate To Music Program

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The Wolf Point Lions Club donated $500 to the Wolf Point High School music programs Friday, Dec. 18. Pictured are Wolf Point School District superintendent Gary Scott (left) and Lions Club treasurer Gary Johnson.  (Photo by John Plestina)

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Billings IHOP Employees Bring Santa Claus To Wolf Point Child

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Gloria Sande (left) and Wolf Point Optimist Club President Donna Reum with the 11 gifts that were purchased by employees of an IHOP restaurant in Billings.   (Submitted photo)

Thanks to 11 generous employees at an IHOP restaurant in Billings, an 11-year-old Wolf Point child had an abundance of Christmas presents delivered to his home.
Someone left an angel from the Wolf Point Optimist Club Angel Tree Project on a table in the IHOP restaurant on King Avenue West in Billings last week.

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Stovern New CEO At Credit Union

Wolf Point Federal Credit Union has hired longtime employee Shelly Stovern as new CEO to replace Lester Warby, who is leaving to become the CEO of University Federal Credit Union in Grand Forks, N.D.
The credit union grew from 11.7 million in asset size to 14.3 million during Warby’s tenure.

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Federal Indictment Accuses Brockton Man Of Sexual Contact With Child

A 48-year-olf Brockton man appeared in U.S. District Court in Great Falls Tuesday, Dec. 15, for an arraignment on a three-count federal indictment alleging sexual abuse of a child.
Silas John Drum pleaded not guilty to all three charges during an arraignment before U.S. Magistrate John Johnston in Great Falls Tuesday, Dec. 15.
The charges are two counts of aggravated sexual abuse and one count of abusive sexual contact.

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Two Indicted For Bank Embezzlement

A federal grand jury recently indicted two former employees of Independence Bank in Poplar on charges stemming from an alleged embezzlement.
Amanda Mikha Cheri St. Marks, 21, of Wolf Point and Paige Larann Demarce, 26, of Fort Kipp appeared for arraignments before U.S. Magistrate John Johnston in Great Falls Tuesday, Dec. 15.

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