Wolf Point Herald

City, School Might Repair Tennis Courts

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Court Cracks
Repairs are needed at the tennis courts in Wolf Point. Both the Wolf Point and Poplar high school teams play on the courts.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)


When a company comes to Wolf Point to repair the high school track, another sport could also benefit.
Rick Isle, the city’s public works director, and Brett Scott, Wolf Point High School’s athletic department, said it’s possible that the company could also repair the community’s tennis courts.

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Tribal Chairman Believes People Must Work Together For Success

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Tribal Chairman
Fort Peck Tribes’ chairman Floyd Azure said the tribes have offered to help area communities with some infrastructure expenses.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

From roads to water systems to schools, Fort Peck Tribes’ chairman Floyd Azure strongly believes the best route for the area is to work together.

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Investigation Continues In Death Of Poplar Woman In January

Fort Peck Department of Law and Justice special investigator Ken Trottier has confirmed that the sudden death of Roxanne Morsette on Wednesday, Jan. 27, is still under investigation.

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Redistricting Courts Could Hurt Area

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Court Challenge
If the Montana Legislature approves a proposal to redistrict courts, the district judge could come to Wolf Point less often.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

One of the proposals of the redistricting of district courts in Montana would be felt in northeastern Montana. Proposals are being developed by the Montana Judicial Redistricting Commission in order to decrease the work load in larger-population areas.

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Water System Tests Homes For Lead, Copper

The Assiniboine and Sioux Rural Water System recently tested 15 homes for lead and copper.
Three homes tested had elevated lead levels and three homes had elevated copper levels.

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