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Mailing Address Four Hundred Secnd Ave. S., Wolf Point, MT 59201
Street Address 400 2nd Avenue South, Wolf Point, MT 59201
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*Wolf Point Court as written here includes the Roosevelt County District Court (Phone No. 406-653-6266, Fax 653-6203), the Wolf Point Justice Court (Phone No. 406-653-6261, Fax 653-6203), the Wolf Point City Court (Phone No. 406-653-6261, Fax 653-6203) and the Poplar City Court (Phone No. 406-653-626, Fax 653-6236). the Wolf Point justice court handles civic and traffic infractions occurring in the Western half of Roosevelt county except those which occur within the city limits of Wolf Point or Poplar. The Western half of the county is generally considered to be the area West of Brockton. US 2 runs clear across Roosevelt county and meets SR 13 in the Western part of the county. US 2 and SR 25 meet in Wolf Point and US 2 runs through Poplar while SR 1 is in the Southernmost part of the town.
About the area
The Lewis and Clark expedition passed through the Wolf Point area in the Spring of 1805; followed by fur traders and the erection of Fort Union and other small posts along the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers. However, no official notification of an official settlement in the area was written except for a notation on a map, of an Indian Fort, which seems to be located in a place called "Old Town". Through the years a small trading post on the Missouri river became a small village with permanent houses and buildings at "Old Town", built to accommodate a subagency for the Assiniboine people; created by an Indian agent around 1875 with a steam engine and sawmill. All of this changed with the arrival of the Great Northern railroad which deposited an old boxcar as a depot and built a section house at Wolf Point, North of "Old Town" around 1887. This spelled the end of "Old Town". When the Indian lands were opened to homesteading, around 1914, people poured into the area. The Wolf Point Area Historical Society museum's exhibits are intended to illustrate the life of the early-day settlers with its displays of antiques, heirlooms, artifacts of the early-day settlers and showcases of Indian culture. You will also come across the life size statue of cowboy artist Charles M. Russell in a hallway here. The city has several public parks for its resident's use including the Borge Park complex which has a tennis court, baseball and softball fields, basketball courts and a swimming pool.
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