( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire departments Oct. 28 through Nov. 3. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.) Citations were issued to: October 30 Breon Dupree, 36, male, 300 block of U.S. Highway 2, criminal trespass to property, disorderly conduct and public intoxication, tribal court. Courtney Reddies, 33,
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The Montana Department of Justice and the Office of Public Instruction are working together to give Montana students the opportunity to participate in state and national poster contests which focus on the theme of “Bringing Our Missing Children Home.” “This contest serves as a good reminder for all of us to talk to our children and grandchildren about their personal safety in a variety
Bryce Redgrave, a 1988 Wolf Point High School graduate, was appointed recently as director of Indian Health Services Billings Area. A press release noted, “He will provide leadership in the administration of a comprehensive federal, tribal, and urban Indian health care system. The IHS Billings Area provides health care services to more than 70,000 American Indian and Alaska Native people
Elks Trick-Or-Treat Wolf Point Elks Lodge No. 1764 was one of several downtown merchants participating in Halloween trunk-ortreating while the Trunk-or-Treat event on Anaconda Street Thursday, Oct. 31. Pictured are Elks employee Tim Goodman handing out Halloween candy to (from left to right) Ashtyn Traeholt, 9, Harmonee Uchtman, 6, and Christopher Traeholt, 9. The three children are from Lustre.
Northside Elementary School students were reworded for positive behavior by being allowed to duct taping physical education teacher Tom Olson to the gym wall as part of Red Ribbon Week Thursday, Oct. 31. Students received tickets from teachers and other staff for positive behavior. Each ticket was worth about three feet of duct tape. Fifth-grader Angeleena “Angel” Bellymule appears to be enjoying