Wolf Point Herald

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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Local Student Wins Overall Award In Montana Art Contest

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Best In The State
Wolf Point High School student Chelysa Owens-Cyr was the all-division winner for the Keep Montana Green art contest. The junior received a certificate, a ribbon and $125 for the honor.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

A Wolf Point High School junior was the best in the entire state in this year’s Keep Montana Green art contest.
Chelysa Owens-Cyr, under the instruction of art instructor Vivian Schultz, was announced the all-division winner in Montana for her entry that features a buffalo, trees and mountains along with the statement, “One Spark and a Wildfire will Start!”

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McNabb Named County’s New DES Coordinator

Although they received some applications, the Roosevelt County commissioners didn’t have to look too far for the county’s next Disaster and Emergency Services’ coordinator.

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School Support Staff Union Hears Proposals During Contract Meeting

Contract talks involving the Wolf Point School Board and the Wolf Point Educational Support Staff Association featured 17 proposals from the school district and the WPESSA providing salary schedule information.

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Trustees Delay Move For Students

Wolf Point trustees have decided that next year is not the right time to move sixth-grade students to Wolf Point Junior High School and third-grade students to Northside. The decision came during the April school board meeting.

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