For the Record - March 6, 2015

Havre Police Department Veronica Mae Moccasin, 27, of Havre was arrested on charges of violation of conditions of release and criminal contempt after a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation at 8:10 a.m. Thursday at the police department. — Nathan... Full story

A Day in the Life of a Havre Public School's Nurse

The life of a school nurse is typically busy, but imagine being the only nurse having to work at multiple schools in a single day. From sprained fingers and bruises to stomach issues and head... Full story

Happy Birthday NOMOCO

Sunday will mark the birthday for Havre’s college newspaper, which began in 1933. The Northern Montana College and Montana State University-Northern newspaper had a run in some incarnation or... Full story

Library launches robotic Legos for Lego Time

The Havre-Hill County Library introduced a new feature during Lego Time Thursday - robotic Legos. Lori Roberts, children's librarian, said that it was her idea to bring robotic legos to the library.... Full story

Obituary - Jacqueline Dolph Macy

Jacqueline Dolph Macy, 87, of Polson, died of natural causes Nov. 2, 1914. Born in 1927 and raised on a Hi-Line homestead ranch 45 miles west of Havre, Jackie lived much of her adult life in Illinois ... Full story

Ponies collar Bulldogs

HAMILTON — The courtside announcer in the Hamilton High school gymnasium may not have been able to correctly pronounce Morgan Mazurkiewcz’s name at the start of the game — but by the end of it, ... Full story

One Mission Left

Hard work isn’t something that Montana State University-Northern senior Ethan Hinebauch just pays lip service to. And it’s not something he goes around bragging about either. Instead, working... Full story

Skylights and Argos meet one more time

In just under a seven-day span, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights and the University of Great Falls Argos will have waged two Frontier Conference battles inside the Armory Gymnasium.... Full story

Lights head to LC State for semifinals

A year ago, the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears won three straight road games to claim the Frontier Conference postseason championship. The Bears wouldn’t have went to the NAIA national... Full story

Letter to the Editor:

Editor: It wasn't all that long ago I was walking door to door, campaigning for Havre City Council. I was greeted by many with a smile and a thank-you. Others were curious if I was a Democrat or Republican. The remaining concerned citizens asked... Full story

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel The Havre Police Department is handing out free gun locks. The locks were paid for through a grant. Police Chief Gabe Matosich said most new guns have locks with them, but people tend to own lots of older guns, many without locks. The locks...

View from the North 40: Can you screen me now?

Health screenings are meant to tell you, and others, important things about yourself, but really, I’m more than just a list of numbers on a page. Why just this week I took a 12-question quiz and... Full story

Rocky Boy council has been black mark

Editor: The events of the past years have aided the Rocky Boy Business Committee in giving a black mark against the tribe, its members and Ken Blatt St. Marks. What has the current business committee done to prove anything against Mr. Blatt St... Full story

Montana Senators hear mental health proposals

ALISON NOON HELENA (AP) — State senators heard on Friday a slate of bills to expand Montana's mental health care system, many of which overlap with the governor's plan. Three Republican proposals and two Democratic bills were heard in the Senate... Full story

Lawsuits asks jduge's racist emails be released

BILLINGS (AP) — Attorneys for two journalists have filed a lawsuit seeking the disclosure of hundreds of racist and inappropriate emails from Montana's former Chief U.S. District Judge. The California Civil Rights Law Group filed the lawsuit... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Friday, March 6 “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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