15 October 2020

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Wolf Point Runner Aims To Win Class B State Championship

Wolf Point Runner Aims To Win Class B State Championship


Wolf Point’s Zander Ackerman is one of the top cross-country runners in the entire state, but he could use some hurdling skills with all the challenges he’s faced this season. Because of COVID concerns, the Wolves have been unable to compete at meets since Sept. 26. Ackerman has attempted to overcome that obstacle by really pushing himself during practices. “I’ve been really been

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Bushman

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Wolf Point’s Gaige looks to make a pass during the scrimmage Thursday, Oct. 8. (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

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Wolves Hold Maroon/  White Football Scrimmage

Wolves Hold Maroon/ White Football Scrimmage


Corey takes off for a long gain during the football scrimmage on Thursday, Oct. 8. The Wolves travel to Glasgow on Friday, Oct. 16. (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

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Wolves Lose  Game in  Cut Bank

Wolves Lose Game in Cut Bank


The Wolf Point Wolves lost by a 44-6 final during conference football action in Cut Bank on Monday, Oct. 12. Scoring Wolf Point’s touchdown was Austin Wilson on a 12-yard run. Cut Bank led by a 37-0 halftime margin. Wolf Point will travel to Glasgow on Friday, Oct. 16. The Wolves will head to Baker on Monday, Oct. 19, and host Poplar on Friday, Oct. 23.

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Jensen


Cale runs for yardage during the Maroon/White scrimmage Thursday, Oct. 8. (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

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LR-130 Would Limit Local Authority On Gun Laws

LR-130 Would Limit Local Authority On Gun Laws


A different assortment of hands guns for sale at Bob Wards in Missoula. The gun ballot issue would remove the ability for local governments to regulate concealed firearms. (Photo by Emma Smith, UM Community News Service)

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Marijuana Use On Ballots

Marijuana Use On Ballots


Montana voters will decide this fall if recreational use of marijuana is legal for residents age 21 or older. (Photo by Hazel Cramer/Community News Service)

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