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Froid Celebrates Indigenous People’s Day

Froid Celebrates Indigenous People’s Day


Staff and students of Froid’s public school were treated to a unique, two-hour presentation of Native American culture, traditions and stories, thanks to the generosity of visiting Assiniboine and Sioux tribal members from the Fort Peck Reservation, located 70 miles southeast of Froid. “What a beautiful and appropriate way for our students to experience Native American culture and traditions,”

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Student Council

Student Council


Culbertson student council members Kayli Olson (left) and Megan Granbois serve up a hot dog meal prior to the football game for a fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 16. (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

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Obituaries

Obituaries


Willard “Bud” LaCounte (LeCompte), 98, of Billings, and formerly of Bainville, died Sept. 14, 2021. He was born May 25, 1923, to Ernest LaCounte and Theresa Portra LaCounte in the Froid area. He had eight siblings. His grandparents had been driven out of Manitoba by the Canadian army when they attacked the French-Ojibwa (Metis) people and drove many of them across the border into the Turtle