Wolf Point Herald

School Resource Officer Contract To Go Out For Bid

The Wolf Point District School board held a special meeting On Monday, Aug. 15, during which superintendent Rob Osborne addressed the board on the status of the school resource officer previously approved by the board  Aug. 8.

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Schwarzrock Gets Four Years Probation, Restitution

Heather Rae Schwarzrock, who pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in May to one count of theft from a local government receiving federal funding, was sentenced Thursday, Aug. 11, to four years of probation and was ordered to pay $27,720.89 in restitution to the City of Poplar.

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Commissioners Approve Emergency Bridge Plus New Sheriff Deputy

On Tuesday, Aug. 16, the Roosevelt County Commissioners held a regular public meeting with the most notable item on the agenda being the approval of an emergency bridge, at the cost of $99,512, to be built on Road 2030 in northern Roosevelt County.

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Longevity Prevails As Support Staff Negotiate With School Board

On Thursday, Aug. 11, the Wolf Point School board bargaining team negotiated with the Wolf Point Educational Support Staff Association over the terms of their contract. Many words were exchanged, and the WPESSA took two extended recesses for private discussion, but the word that lingered the most was “longevity.”

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Public Airport Concerns, Project Updates Top City Council Meeting

Local pilots Kendall Johnson and Clayton Vine attended the Wolf Point City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 15, to ask for answers and resolutions to several concerns and questions they had about the Wolf Point Airport.

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