Wolf Point Herald

As Nemont Improves Service, DMA Boundaries Cause “Local” Montana Channels To Drop

Nemont recently embarked on a project to improve cable and internet services in Wolf Point by upgrading most of their cable to fiber-optic. Though this project will improve the quality of services in the Wolf Point area, many customers have noticed that their local Montana television channels are no longer carried.

Vegas Attack Has Far-Reaching Effects

An attack that left 59 dead and 527 people injured in Las Vegas, Nev., is one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history. The attack, which saw gunfire rain down on the Route 91 Harvest Festival just as country music star Jason Aldean began his Sunday night performance, Oct. 1, was deadlier than the June 2016 attack on a nightclub in Florida that killed 49 people.

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Final Home Draw Request Approved As Northstar Apartments Near Completion

Northstar Apartments

The nearly complete Northstar Apartments include 28 units of varying sizes for its future residents. The red building on the left of the photo is the office. In the rear of the office are several handicapp-accessable apartments. (Submitted Photo)

At the regular meeting of the Wolf Point city council Sept. 18, Brianna Vine, housing specialist and marketing officer for Great Northern Development Corporation, presented the council with the final draw request from the HOME Grant for the Northstar Apartments.

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Verizon Changes Course On Dropping Rural Customers

After extensive backlash to a plan to drop customers who operate primarily outside Verizon’s service area, the company has backpedaled and now claims it will no longer drop these customers.

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Wolf Point Schools Throw Huge Native American Week Pow-Wow

Native American Week in Wolf Point’s schools was held Sept. 18-22. The Native American Week pow-wow, held Thursday, Sept. 21, was the biggest event of the week.

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