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Frontier Holds Buffalo Feed As  Part Of Native American Studies

Frontier Holds Buffalo Feed As Part Of Native American Studies


As part of its Native American studies instruction, Frontier School held a buffalo feed on Monday, Feb. 19. The feed, featuring a boiled stew with buffalo meatballs, came after a buffalo hunt was conducted during November. Teacher Tina Strauser explained that an European mount was done on the buffalo’s skull and the skull was placed in the school’s display case. The hide will be tanned and

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Community Mourns Loss  Of Basketball Star John Weeks

Community Mourns Loss Of Basketball Star John Weeks


Wolf Point and northeast Montana basketball lost a legend when John Weeks died at the age of 74 on Saturday, Feb. 17. “Big John” Weeks, listed at 6-10, was a dominating figure when the Wolf Point Wolves won the 1968 state boys’ basketball championship. Spike Bighorn, who was inducted into the Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame with Weeks in 2018, remembers as a youngster watching

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Housing, Security Discussed At WPCO Meeting

Housing, Security Discussed At WPCO Meeting


Housing and law enforcement were among the topics discussed during the Wolf Point Community Organization’s meeting last week. It was reported that Neil Taylor resigned on Friday, Feb. 16, as director for the Fort Peck Housing Authority. The staff feel that planned projects can still be completed. The director position opening will be advertised. Questions were presented regarding security

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MonDak Cropping Seminar Includes  Information On Grasshopper Control

MonDak Cropping Seminar Includes Information On Grasshopper Control


The MonDak Cropping Seminar, held in Wolf Point, featured a presentation by Valley County Extension agent Shelley Mills regarding grasshopper management on Feb. 20. The seminar, formerly called MonDak Pulse Day, was planned by the northeast group of Montana State University Extension agents. Event sponsors were Pro-Coop Ag Center and Ag Partners, LLC. Mills explained that grasshopper outbreaks