Wolf Point Herald

Fifth-Grade Student Wins Frontier’s Geography Bee

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Geography Bee Placers
Earning honors at Frontier School’s Geography Bee were (from left to right) fifth-grader Aaron Boysun in first, fifth-grader J’elle Garfield in second and seventh-grader Ricky Campbell in third.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

At the end of a competitive contest, fifth-grader Aaron Boysun emerged as the winner of Frontier Elementary School’s geography bee held at the school Friday, Jan. 15.

 

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City Officials Plan Water Improvement Meeting

Research from the city attorney apparently has the City of Wolf Point on a positive path to connecting with the Assiniboine and Sioux Rural Water System.
During last month’s meeting, Wolf Point Mayor Chris Dschaak expressed frustration regarding a reported deadline from the Fort Peck Tribes’ executive board. At that time, Dschaak noted research needed to be completed to make sure the city doesn’t lose its water rights.

 

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Proposal Aims To Bring Bison To Fort Peck Reservatio

 

 

1-21HN.11.20.14.BISON 8523News that the National Park Service is proposing to quarantine disease-free Yellowstone bison on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation hasn’t been well received by area ranchers.
Sen. John Brenden, R-Scobey, notes the problem is that there are too many bison in Yellowstone National Park. He compared it to a rancher knowing how much cattle he can properly handle on a ranch.

 

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Man Dies In Two-Vehicle Crash Near Williston

A former Wolf Point resident died in a two-vehicle crash near Williston, N.D., on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Ethan Connell, 26, of Wendell, Idaho, was a fatality in the accident that occurred at 6:30 a.m. on U.S. Highway 85, mile marker 178.

 

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NEMHS Boasts New Year's Baby

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Northeast Montana Health Services’ “'New Year's baby” is A'ariyah Vallie. She was born at Trinity Hospital at 2:42 p.m. Jan. 5.
A'ariyah Vallie took  her time coming into the world; she was born almost a week after her expected due date of Dec. 31.

 

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