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Drug/DUI courts celebrate graduates

The Hill County DUI/Drug courts graduated five people Thursday at the Hill County Courthouse. After the ceremony, the graduates and their supporters gathered for cake, brownies and punch. Audrey... Full story

For the Record, Feb. 27, 2015

Havre Police Department HPD did not send in a police log by printing deadline this morning. Hill County Sheriff’s Office Deputies investigated a 4:40 p.m. Tuesday report from Box Elder about a Chevrolet pickup that had been parked by the road for... Full story

Sheets-Opp engagement

Ernie Sheets and Jessica (Gaskill) Opp are happy to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Jessica is employed with Dr. Forte-Pathroff in Bismarck, North Dakota. Ernie is employed with... Full story

Hi-Line Living: Havre Wrestling Club

In the newly opened wrestling facilities at Havre High School, children were enjoying their first week of practices away from the old Mat Corner. Young children starting at age 5 were running through ... Full story

St. Mark's Episcopal Chapel 100 years ago

By Keith J. Doll Havre/Hill County Historic Preservation Commission A July 4, 1902, document in the Hill County Clerk and Recorder's Office reads that the trustees of the Epsicopalian Diocese of... Full story

Obituary - Laura M. Palm

Laura M. Palm, 104, a retired school teacher, died peacefully at the Sweet Nursing Home in Chinook on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015.  Her funeral will be Monday, March 2, 2015 at 1:30 pm at the Chinook... Full story

Memorial notice: Laura "Lolly" Rathbone

Laura “Lolly” Rathbone passed away Dec. 22, 2014. Please join us for her memorial service at 2 p.m. this Sunday, March 1st at the First Presbyterian Church, 701 4th Avenue in... Full story


Every fall, across America, 18-year-olds step foot on college campuses for the first time. Most of them have no idea what's in store for them, and most of them have no idea what life will be like... Full story

T-Birds reach Northern C semis

Fans of District 9C basketball may have still been a little in shock due to the fact that the Box Elder Bears were upset in the quarterfinals of the Northern C Divisional tournament Wednesday night.... Full story

Skylights play UGF on emotional senior night

Whether a basketball team is graduating one or 10 players, there’s always a finality about senior night. It’s always an emotional and heartfelt night, where the kids who have given so much to... Full story

Box Elder, Chinook girls still going

For two District 9C girls basketball teams, the rest of the Northern C tournament will be about staying alive. For another, Thursday marked the end of the road. On another busy day at the Northern C...

Lights brace for huge battle with Argos

The Montana State University-Northern men’s basketball team never has a problem getting up to play the University of Great Falls Argos. After all, it’s as intense a rivalry as there is in the... Full story

Letter to the Editor: A lot of people, groups help Boy Scouts

Editor: There have been many individuals, families, businesses, organizations and other groups in and Havre and along the Hi-Line that have been very supportive of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts and we would like to take this time to say "Thank You" on... Full story

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel — Jack Johnsrud won the 49th annual Hill County Spelling Bee this week. Havre Middle School should be proud. They say that spelling is out of date with all the spell-check equipment we have these days. That’s not true, and Jack has... Full story

Letter to the Editor: Volunteers worked hard for 9C tourney

Editor: Communities that do things together are stronger. This past weekend was a true testament to this thought, as many worked together to make the 9C tournament a huge success. The Athletic Committee of the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce in...

From the North 40: It's the sounds of morning

I think that because my typical day starts before most people’s does, before the noise of civilization in motion, it’s the sounds of morning that captivate me most. I am used to the beloved... Full story

Montana Legislature midpoint: What's alive, what's dead

HELENA (AP) — A bill signed by Gov. Steve Bullock that increases basic entitlement funding for schools by $54 million highlights progress made by the Montana Legislature at the halfway mark of its 90-day session. Other major bills that are... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Friday, Feb. 27 “Grease,” a Montana Actors’ Theatre production, will begin at 8 p.m. at MSU-Northern's Little Theatre, with the doors and backstage lounge opening at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors and free... Full story

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