Wolf Point Herald

Local Woman Spends Spring Break Volunteering In Haiti

Mecaila Martin, a 21-year-old nursing student at Minot State University from Wolf Point, spent her spring break doing something different this year.

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Money Matters And Medical Marijuana Discussed At Public Meeting

The Wolf Point City Council held a special meeting Tuesday, March 27, to allow the public an opportunity to speak on the potential of a medical marijuana dispensary in Wolf Point.

 

Most of the council members did not comment during the meeting and were in attendance to hear the views of the community residents in attendance. The majority of the public who showed to speak were in favor of the dispensary with a few there to speak against it.

 

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Lustre Christian High School Hosts 53rd Annual Schmeckfest

Serving Up Some Sausages
Cooks Lisa Neufeld (left) and Etta Olfert serving up a fresh batch of German-style sausages at the 53rd annual Schmeckfest.

 

On Friday, March 23, the Luster Christian High School hosted the community’s 53rd annual Schmeckfest.

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Incumbents Face Competition In School Board Election

Wolf Point School board of trustees’ chairman Mark Kurokawa will face competition in this years election. Michael Turcotte filed against Kurokawa for the district three board seat.

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Commissioners Approve Primary Election At Special Meeting

The Roosevelt County Commissioners approved a motion for the district 2 commissioners seat to be on the primary election ballot June 5. The motion was approved by district 1 and 3 commissioners Duane Nygaard and Gordon Oelkers.

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