Wolf Point Herald

Real ID Extension Runs Out For Montana

Starting in January 2017, Montanans won’t be able to enter federal buildings, military bases or nuclear power plants with their state IDs. One year after that, in January 2018, Montanans won’t even be able to board a commercial aircraft without a passport or other Real ID compliant identification.

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WPHS Music Department Hosts 33rd Annual Madrigal Dinner

On Nov. 18 and 19, the Wolf Point High School music department hosted the school’s 33rd annual Madrigal Dinner at First Lutheran Church on Johnson Street.
The Madrigal Dinner is a long and storied tradition in Wolf Point, going all the way back to the first presentation in 1982.

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Culbertson Food Bank Receives Sizable Donation From Tribes

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, Leslie Bengochea of the Culbertson Food Bank met with Floyd Azure, chairman of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, who presented the food bank with a $25,000 check from the tribes in support of the food bank.

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Oelkers To Resign After Winning County Seat

Culberston Mayor Gordon Oelkers won the election for the Culbertson district county commissioners seat Nov. 8.
The Town of Culbertson recently sent out a press release congratulating Oelkers on his election win and announced that his recent win means he will resign his position as mayor.

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Chamber Hears Proposal From Local Author

The Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture held their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
A major part of this particular chamber meeting was hearing a proposal from author Dr. Joseph McGeshick. McGeshick is a Wolf Point native but is now living in Billings. He pitched a proposal to purchase and sell copies of his upcoming book The History of Montana’s Line: Its Land and People which is a comprehensive history of Montana’s Hi-Line.

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