Fort Peck Summer Theatre Replaces High School Musical With Godspell According to Fort Peck Fine Arts Council executive director Jennifer Fewer, Fort Peck Summer Theatre has made an energizing change to the 2021 summer line-up: Godspell will replace the previously announced High School Musical. A host of young talent from northeast Montana and beyond will be featured. Godspell
08 April 2021
The Spirit of Life Community Bike Shop in Wolf Point is open for the season. Pastor Greg Holler-Dinsmore runs the shop. He told the Northern Plains Independent that he will now be keeping regular spring and summer hours: Thursday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The shop was open informally throughout the winter. Holler-Dinsmore said he has been refurbishing and building low cost bikes for all
Axel Bryan Higgins was born April 5 at 1:21 p.m. to Abby and Keith Higgins at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. He weighed six pounds 12 ounces and was 18½ inches long. He joins brother Archer. Grandparents are Steve and Cece Lambert and Eddie Higgins and Jan Bryan, all of Wolf Point.
01 April 2021
Chase Adams and Joseph “Joey” Blount are the Scholars of the Week for Wolf Point High School and Wolf Point Junior High School. Adams is in the eighth grade and 13 years old. His parents are Fellini Adams, Charles Wilson and Myran Menz. Siblings are Laykin, Anjulie, Richard and Myron. His hobbies are sleeping, gaming and talking to friends. His role model is his mother. His favorite