Wolf Point Herald

Wolf Point Native Keeps Schwinden Name Involved In Montana Leadership

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His father is one of the most accomplished individuals to ever come out of Wolf Point, and Dore Schwinden has certainly made his own mark in Montana.
Wolf Point native Ted Schwinden served as Montana’s 19th governor from 1981-1989.

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Investigator Testifies Woman Punched Infant To Death

A 42-year-old Poplar woman allegedly punched 13-month-old Kenzley Olson to death and then attempted to hide the infant’s body in a duffel bag on Tuesday, April 19.
A probable cause hearing in the Fort Peck Tribal Court took place for Janelle Red Dog on Friday, April 22. After hearing testimony from tribal investigator Kenny Trottier, tribal judge Marvin Youpee Jr. ruled that there was enough probable cause to charge Red Dog. An arraignment hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 26.

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Help Needed For Area’s Cell Service

Representatives from the two largest telephone companies in eastern Montana recently told a legislative committee that assistance is needed in order to provide and expand cell service in the state’s most rural areas.

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Wolf Point Native Makes Mark In Billings, Stat

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There is little doubt that Wolf Point native Virginia Bryan has made quite a positive impact to the community of Billings. An indication of Bryan’s influence came when the Billings Gazette selected her as one of the “20 Exceptional Women” last fall.

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Bill Would Give Tribal Officers More Authority For Drug Offenses


Legislation sponsored by U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., would give tribal law enforcement the power to arrest non-tribal members for drug offenses.

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