Wolf Point Herald

Students Receive Health Field Experiences

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Emergency Talk
Wolf Point EMS manager John Carlbom speaks to Wolf Point students, front row from left, Trinity Whitmus, Loverty Lindsay and Kelsie Neubauer; back from left, Elizabeth Zimmer, Tyler Smith and Malia McNabb during the R.E.A.C.H. Camp held Tuesday, March 8.                        
   (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)


To gain first-hand experience in the health care profession, six Wolf Point High School students and eight Culbertson High School students took part in the 2016 R.E.A.C.H. Camp sponsored by Montana Health Network, Northeast Montana Area Health Education Center and Northeast Montana Health Services on Tuesday, March 8. R.E.A.C.H. stands for Research and Explore Awesome Careers in Healthcare.

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Port To Keep Current Hours Until Winter


The Port of Raymond will not experience reduced hours until this winter. U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., made the announcement this week.
Tester met with U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske on Thursday, March 17, and Tester was told that the hours at the port won’t be reduced until at least this winter.

 

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Decision Delayed For Port Of Raymond

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection will wait until April 16, to start a pilot program which closes the Port of Raymond between the hours of 1-7 a.m., according to the office of U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.
 If the CBP reduces the Port of Raymond’s hours there will be a 550-mile gap between 24 hour ports along the northern border in Montana and North Dakota.

 

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Meeting Set Regarding Possible Poplar Senior Center

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Planned Location
The proposed site for a possible senior center in Poplar is near the Presbyterian church in the community.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 


A new gathering spot in Poplar may be a possibility if a Poplar Senior Center is supported by area residents as well as a state grant program.
Linda Twitchell, former executive director for the Great Northern Development Corporation, announced that a public hearing regarding a possible senior center in Poplar is set for Tuesday, March 22, starting at noon in Poplar’s city office conference room.

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Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss

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Art Work
Kindergarten students Ji’ana Russell, left, and Sophia Four Bear work on displaying a cat during the Dr. Seuss birthday celebration held at Northside Elementary School on Thursday, March 3.                          
  (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

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Higher And Higher
Abel Follet shows his stacking talent as part of the Dr. Seuss birthday celebration held at Northside School on Thursday, March 3.                                                     (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

Northside Elementary School was a rather unique place Thursday, March 3. There were mentions of cats wearing hats, elephants hearing faint sounds and people eating green eggs and ham.

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