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Individuals Face Charges After Chase

Individuals Face Charges After Chase


Three individuals were transported to Fort Peck tribal jail after being stopped by the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s office on Wednesday, April 7. The incident included a short chase, damage to a sheriff’s vehicle and an injury to a deputy.

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Multiple Grass Fires  Threaten Poplar Homes

Multiple Grass Fires Threaten Poplar Homes


Poplar Fire Chief Dave Mathison, the Poplar Volunteer Fire Department and numerous other fire agencies from around the area fought off several fires threatening homes on the east end of Poplar over the holiday weekend. Locals were evacuated and flames came within three feet of several residences on the east end of Poplar. A grass fire threatening the town was started April 3 but was put out

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Wolf Point Optimist Club  Sponsors Easter Egg Hunt

Wolf Point Optimist Club Sponsors Easter Egg Hunt


The Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Wolf Point Optimist Club was a huge success at Faith Lutheran Home on Saturday, April 3. Last week, Optimist Club members put together between 2,000 and 3,000 eggs for the event. The eggs contained candy or small prizes. The youngest participants received little stuffed toy bunnies. Optimist Club members started to place the eggs on the grass more than

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Ceremony Held In Honor  Of COVID Victims

Ceremony Held In Honor Of COVID Victims


With the purpose of remembering Fort Peck Reservation members who lost their lives because of COVID-19, a teepee ceremony was held at Wolf Point High School on Friday, April 2. The event was sponsored by Spotted Bull and the Nakona Dakota Oyate Youth Council. Group advisor Carrie Manning explained that the tipi was located in Frazer beginning the week of March 26. A ceremony will take place

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Wolf People Receives National Recognition

Wolf People Receives National Recognition


Wolf People of Wolf Point High School have done it again! The student organization has earned the national title as the best chapter for American Indigenous Business Leaders. AIBL is the only American indigenous non-profit organization that is solely dedicated to empowering business students in the United States. The organization’s programs has designed to engage students in activities that

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