Wolf Point Herald

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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Wolf Point To Join Montana Infrastructure Coalition

nt City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting for the month of November. Several small items were approved including allowing the city to become a voting member of the Montana Infrastructure Coalition.

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County Commissioners Approve Numerous Bids

On Tuesday, Nov. 22, the Roosevelt County Commissioners held their first regularly scheduled meeting in three weeks. There were numerous items on the large agenda and several purchases for county departments were approved.

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College Holds Meeting On Future Of Wellness Center

On Aug. 22, 2016, Wolf Point Wellness Center was destroyed by fire. The wellness center was totaled since approximated 80 percent of the building was damaged. It would cost over $400,000 to repair the building which is only valued at around $80,000.

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Library Hosts Games For Youth

Book TurkeyLibrarian Janet Livingston made this turkey out of old books to celebrate the fall holiday at the Roosevelt County Public Library. Livingston joked that the books weren’t destroyed in the process, just re-purposed.
 
 

In October Roosevelt County Library started a new tradition. Staff members put together a pumpkin hunt for kids ages four to 12 as a way to celebrate Halloween. The game was so successful they have decided to extend it through December.

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