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Wolf Point Schools Achieve Progress During First Semester

It was a strong start. Wolf Point Superintendent of Schools Gary Scott is pleased with achievements made during the first semester, but he says more work needs to be done.

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Wehbe Begins As New Police Officer

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On Duty
Kahlil Wehbe is glad to be serving the community as the newest addition to the Wolf Point Police Department.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)


A Wolf Point native has started work as the community’s newest police officer.
Kahlil Wehbe, a 2010 graduate of Wolf Point High School, began on patrol two weeks ago.
Wolf Point Police Chief Jeff Harada is pleased that the city council approved the hiring to make the force its largest in 18 years.

 

 

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Fifth-Grade Student Wins Frontier’s Geography Bee

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Geography Bee Placers
Earning honors at Frontier School’s Geography Bee were (from left to right) fifth-grader Aaron Boysun in first, fifth-grader J’elle Garfield in second and seventh-grader Ricky Campbell in third.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

At the end of a competitive contest, fifth-grader Aaron Boysun emerged as the winner of Frontier Elementary School’s geography bee held at the school Friday, Jan. 15.

 

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City Officials Plan Water Improvement Meeting

Research from the city attorney apparently has the City of Wolf Point on a positive path to connecting with the Assiniboine and Sioux Rural Water System.
During last month’s meeting, Wolf Point Mayor Chris Dschaak expressed frustration regarding a reported deadline from the Fort Peck Tribes’ executive board. At that time, Dschaak noted research needed to be completed to make sure the city doesn’t lose its water rights.

 

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Proposal Aims To Bring Bison To Fort Peck Reservatio

 

 

1-21HN.11.20.14.BISON 8523News that the National Park Service is proposing to quarantine disease-free Yellowstone bison on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation hasn’t been well received by area ranchers.
Sen. John Brenden, R-Scobey, notes the problem is that there are too many bison in Yellowstone National Park. He compared it to a rancher knowing how much cattle he can properly handle on a ranch.

 

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