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Wolf Point High School Celebrate 40th Reunion


Pictured: on wolf is Randy Martin. Standing left to right: Betty Fyfe, Jon McMaster, Gail Slunaker, Jo Ann Hibl, Alice Swoboda, Brian Berreth, Leni Loendorf, Tracy Cody, Karen Jeide, Craig Larson, Dave Allen, Dave Madison, Penny Vossler, Mike Gravely and Mary Buckles. Kneeling: Kenny Kurokawa, Jeff Neubauer, Larry Kurokawa, Randy Baker,
Roger Pautsch. Sitting: Keith Wolff. Also Participating in other reunion activites: Christy Stensland, Ken Hammar, Clayton Vine, Rosanne Erickson, Meredith Reddig, JaeDee Braaten, Mike Marshall, Ron Jackson, Marty Anderson, Kurt Link, Jim Rush and Sonny Douglas. (Please post additional pictures to the Class of 1974 Facebook sight to be shared with all.)

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Roosevelt County Fair Kicks Off With Variety And Style Show

Help celebrate the start of this year’s Roosevelt County Fair with an ice cream social and variety show on Wednesday, August 6, in downtown Culbertson. Festivities get underway at the old Armory with door prizes and refreshments at 6:30 p.m. followed by “A Night With Stars” Variety Show at 7 p.m.   
Local talent featuring an assortment of summer songs and performances is a highlight of the show.  Our local and professional performers, Chris Bengochea and Gy Salvevold, will certainly provide entertainment for those in attendance. Also, the Culbert-
son lifeguards will model vintage swim wear.
The evening event benefits Culbertson Women’s Club Community Improvement Project splash pad for the community swimming pool.  There is a $10 charge for a delightful evening filled with entertainment.  
If you are unable to attend and wish to make a contribution to help fund this ongoing CIP Project, please contact Lanette Bidegaray  at 480-3526 or Ashley Anderson at 790-0341.

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Still Time To Enter Rib Cook-Off At Fair

The Rib Cook-off is guaranteed to produce some tasty ribs at the
Roosevelt County Fair, which kicks off at the fairgrounds in Culbertson, Wednesday, Aug. 6.
The Rib Cook-off is sponsored by Roosevelt County Fair and local area merchants and is limited to first 10 teams. Proceeds benefit fair improvement projects.
Prizes are: $500, grand prize with bragging rights; $250, second place; $100, third.
Entries can also be done online at rooseveltcountyfair.com.  
Contact the fair office at 787-5881 with any questions, to volunteer, or to be part of the planning and executing of the Roosevelt County Fair.

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Horse Show On Tap

Northeast Montana Quarter Horse Association is having an open breed horse show this weekend, Saturday, Aug 2, and Sunday Aug 3, in Plentywood at the Sheridan County Fair Grounds.
The shows start at 9 a.m. and classes include Halter, Showmanship, English, Western and Speed Events. The class groups are Novice, Open, 14-18, 9-13, 8 and Under and Leadline.
This event is supported also by the many merchants in the Plentywood, Westby and Medicine Lake area. Anyone is welcome to show or watch.
If you love horses, this would be a great event to take in.
For more info, call or text Louise at 406-480-0033.

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Wolf Point Police Busy In June

Police Chief Jeff Harada presented his activity report for June to the Wolf Point City Council, Monday, July 21.
While the numbers of arrests and tickets are up from last year, officers responded to fewer calls for service in June than during June, 2013. Harada reported that officers responded to 413 calls for the month while there were 581 calls during June 2013.
Total arrests, citations and tickets issued in June were 105, up by six from the June 2013 total of 99, reflecting about a 6 percent increase.
City officers issued 69 tribal citations and 14 state citations during June.
Of a total of 93 reported offenses in June, disorderly conduct had the most arrests and citations with 19. Eleven assaults with minor injuries were reported, two were aggravated assault with injuries. Eight incidents of domestic assaults were reported.
Police vehicles patrolled 5,543 miles, an average of a little less than 185 miles per day.
The animal control officer drove the animal control truck 721 miles during June, an average of about 24 miles per day.
Animal control impounded 30 dogs during June. Twenty-seven were released to owners after impoundment and license fees were collected. Three were euthanized. Animal control collected $975 in impoundment fees and $40 for dog licenses during June.
Wolf Point officers assisted Poplar police during Poplar’s Wild West Days and Poplar officers assisted during the recent Stampede street dance in downtown Wolf Point.

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