08 January 2020

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Region 6 Hunting Season Proposals To Be Discussed  At Four Meetings Across Northeast Montana

Region 6 Hunting Season Proposals To Be Discussed At Four Meetings Across Northeast Montana


Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will hold four public meetings in northeast Montana in January to gather comments on proposed hunting seasons and rules for the next two years. Interested hunters are encouraged to attend these meetings to hear the proposals, ask questions and make comments. Proposed hunting season changes were tentatively approved by the Fish and Wildlife Commission at their
04 December 2019

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Christmas Stroll

Christmas Stroll


This weekend kicks off the holiday activities in Wolf Point with the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Stroll, the Optimist Club of Wolf Point’s annual Christmas Bazaar and Angel Tree Radio-thon. The Optimist Club’s Angel Tree Radio-thon will take place Friday, Dec. 6, from 1 to 3 p.m. on KVCK Radio. This fundraising effort helps the club purchase gifts for the less fortunate

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Chanté Project Visits Wolf Point High School

Chanté Project Visits Wolf Point High School


Chanté Project coordinators Jamie Baker Reum and Marty Reum visited Wolf Point High School Monday, Nov. 25. Chili, fry bread and hand games were on offer during the family engagement event. Project director Carly Hosford-Israel said the events are designed to serve as informal needs assessment efforts. She said coordinators visit each community in the area to inquire about community needs and

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Poplar Construction Winds Down

Poplar Construction Winds Down


Two roundabouts on U.S. Highway 2 in Poplar are substantially complete, just in time for motorists to get the hang of them before winter driving. The roundabouts are part of improvements aimed at enhancing safety and accessibility for all roadway users through the town of Poplar. Work on the roundabouts began this summer and construction is expected to be finalized by spring 2020. MDT district

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New Principals Part Of A Pair

New Principals Part Of A Pair


Georgie Gourneau, Northside Elementary School’s new principal, was raised in northeast Montana. She met husband Greg Gourneau growing up in the area, but says the couple’s connection flowered while both were taking classes at Fort Peck Community College. Gourneau graduated from Montana State University - Billings with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 2010. She began her education

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Greg Gourneau New Southside Principal

Greg Gourneau New Southside Principal


New Southside School principal Greg Gourneau comes to the job with experience, says Wolf Point School District superintendent Lovertry Erickson. “Mr. Greg Gourneau’s past principal experience has served this district well,” said Erickson. “He has the character and work ethic you would expect from a principal with experience. The district is lucky to have him.” Gourneau received