Parenting is tough these days … who couldn’t use help? Roosevelt County Health Department has an active home visiting program with staff trained in a myriad of family and parenting topics who come alongside parents with children during pregnancy and up through kindergarten age. How do home visitors help? •They get to know you, your child and the family by visiting you in your
08 January 2020
According to organizer Joe Herzog, 22 youth attended a Jan. 6 cub scouts meeting at First Lutheran Church in Wolf Point. He said the group is still in need of volunteers to fill the ranks of den leaders. “We are primarily looking for assistant den leaders or really anyone who wants to volunteer,” said Herzog. He said organizers are looking to start a scout troop (grades 6-12) and are in
Wesley Headdress of Wolf Point was awarded $100,000 from the Montana Lottery Dec. 30. He accepted his winnings with children, Layla and Liam. Headdress, who bought the winning Montana Millionaire ticket at Agland Co-op East in Wolf Point Dec. 27, said he had already invested some of the money. “We bought a few vehicles,” said Headdress. “My father had a 1979 Ford when I was younger.
A Billings 16-year-old runaway may be hiding in the Wolf Point area, her family members believe. Mary Josia Hagestad was last seen Dec. 20. She is described as a 6’0” American Indian with brown hair and brown eyes, weighing 135 pounds. The Billings Police Department is the investigating agency. Anyone who sees Hagestad is asked to call 911, the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office