Wolf Point Herald

NHS Inductees

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Wolf Point High School has announced that five students were inducted into the Harstad Chapter of the National Honor Society, Monday, Sept. 29. The students met high standards of scholarship, leadership, service and character. They were screened by five faculty members. They are: Christina Dahl and LaRae Dahl, daughters of Connie and Wayne Dahl; David Knerr, son of Bruce and Gail Knerr; Isaac Remington, son of Mary Lou Remington; and Trinity Whitmus, daughter of Jeff and Donna Whitmus. (Submitted photo)

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Ridding The Field Of Pests

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In an attempt to reduce the attendance of mosquitoes at Wolves home games, the Wolf Point School District sprayed the football field, Thursday, Sept. 24.  (Photo by John Plestina)

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Informational Meetings About Jail Bond Planned

The Roosevelt County Commissioners and the Sheriff’s Office will hold five public informational presentations on the public safety addition and remodeling project for the Sheriff’s Office and  Detention Center in Wolf Point, Poplar, Culbertson, Bainville and Froid, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 14-16.
Voters will consider the bond issue in the general election, Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Questions and comments will be welcome.
The meeting locations, dates and times are as follows:
•Wolf Point: Roosevelt County Senior Center, Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 6 p.m.
•Froid: fire hall, Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 1:30 p.m.
•Bainville: fire hall, Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m.
•Poplar: American Legion, Thursday, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m.
•Culbertson, Roosevelt County Complex, Thursday, Oct. 16, at 6 p.m.
For additional information, contact the commissioners at 653-6246 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Sheriff Jason Frederick at 653-6216 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Jury No-Shows Tell Judge Why They Weren’t There

Four people appeared before Judge David Cybulski in 15th Judicial District Court, Wednesday, Sept. 24, ordered to show cause why they didn’t show up for jury duty.
They were among the 60 people who had been called for jury selection for a scheduled trial for Malinda Bibb, Thursday, Aug. 14. Too few showed up and Cybulski declared a mistrial.
A new trial for Bibb has been scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 16.
Numerous others who had been called for the same jury pool could not be located.
Cybulski did not fine any of the four people but ordered them to fill out the questionnaires that are required of all perspective jurors and to furnish current addresses.
Some said they didn’t receive the letter and one said he forgot.
People who are excused by the court for cause may have to serve jury duty another time.
Jury pools are chosen randomly from voter, driver’s license and state identification card lists.
Montana code allows for a maximum fine of $50 for people who are summonsed for jury duty who willfully [and not excused by the court] fail to show up.
The jurisdiction of state courts does not include tribal members, but tribal members are called for district court jury duty.

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Police Urge People To Lock Doors

The Wolf Point Police Department is urging people to lock their residences following several recent incidents where unlocked houses and apartments have been entered.
Several incidents occurred during the past week.
The WPPD is urging the public to call 911 and request the police if they see suspicious individuals near their homes.

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