17 June 2021

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FBI Seeks Information Regarding Martinez

FBI Seeks Information Regarding Martinez


The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking information regarding Marlina Nannett Martinez. She is wanted for her alleged involvement in possessing and distributing oxycodone, fentanyl and meth in Wolf Point from October to November 2020. A federal arrest warrant was issued for Martinez in the U.S. District Court, Great Falls, on April 8. She has been charged with conspiracy to distribute

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Museum Provides Great Area History

Museum Provides Great Area History


From pioneer days to military uniforms to school sports success, visitors to the Wolf Point Area Museum can find an amazing amount of local history at the facility located at 203 U.S. Highway 2. The museum was open by appointment only last summer due to COVID concerns. The museum returned to normal operations on May 15. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday through Saturday. “We see a

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Keller, Rush Dominate Field  At Rock Creek Walleye Tourney

Keller, Rush Dominate Field At Rock Creek Walleye Tourney


Wolf Point anglers Kris Keller and Whit Rush started out with a commanding lead on day one of the Rock Creek Walleye Tournament and never looked back. They caught 38.38 pounds of walleye on day one and another 25.4 pounds on day two for a total of 63.78 pounds. The second-place team of Travis Scott and Kennie Williams from Harlowtown and Lewistown was approximately 25 pounds behind with 38.8

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Pedestrian Bridge Under Construction In Poplar

Pedestrian Bridge Under Construction In Poplar


A pedestrian bridge is being built heading to American Legion Park in Poplar from tribal headquarters, according to Fort Peck Tribes Executive Board member Jestin Dupree. “For those of you who are wondering what is being built at the bridge going to the pow-wow grounds in Poplar,” said Dupree in a recent social media post, “it is a pedestrian bridge. There have been incidents over the

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