26 May 2022

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School Play Produces Many Laughs

School Play Produces Many Laughs


By Bill Vander Weele Audience members enjoyed more than a fair share of laughs as Wolf Point High School students entertained with their spring play on Thursday, May 19, and Friday, May 20, in the high school auditorium. The students performed the comedy mystery Moriarty’s Revenge by Christopher Burruto. The play was co-directed by Tiffani Darby and Jacob Boysun. With the comical

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ALS Awareness 
	U.S. Army veterans ….

ALS Awareness U.S. Army veterans ….


ALS Awareness U.S. Army veterans and eagle staff carriers Lance Fourstar (left to right), Jackson Chaser, Terry Martinez and Jeff Berger lead a march for increased awareness of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Saturday, May 21, in Poplar. The four-mile walk was organized by the family of Curley Youpee “Sung’Gleska” Spotted Horse, who was diagnosed with ALS in March 2016. (Photo by Bill Vander

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19 May 2022

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Buffalo United Project Provides  Lessons For Poplar Students

Buffalo United Project Provides Lessons For Poplar Students


The Buffalo Unity Project keeps serving as a great learning avenue for Poplar’s seventh-grade students. Morgan Norgaard, principal of Poplar Middle School, said the program is currently in its fourth year and in the process of putting together its annual documentary. An exciting part of the project this year was students establishing a medicine wheel. The middle school woodshop students

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Students To Present Play This Week

Students To Present Play This Week


The spotlight will shine on Wolf Point High School actors when the spring play takes place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, and Friday, May 20, in the Wolf Point High School auditorium. “Moriarty’s Revenge” will feature about 20 Wolf Point students. Cost for admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students and free for children 7 and under. “It’s a Sherlock Holmes play with a fun little

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