.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., has sent a letter to the head of the U.S. Department of Justice, expressing “serious concerns” about revelations the department seized phone records of lines assigned to The Associated Press and its journalists, and has co-sponsored legislation to increase protection of journalists.
Havre School Superintendent Andy Carlson is recommending the school board approve a construction plan to improve the locker and physical training areas of the high school and a considerable renovation of Sunnyside Intermediate School.
A Havre man faces a felony rape charge stemming from accusations he forced a woman to have sex with him in ways she had refused to do and refused to let her leave despite her telling him to stop and trying to leave.
Fresh off of its last event, the board of Havre’s public museum is deep into the planning of its next major event, its participation in Havre’s annual Living History Day, slated this year for Saturday, June 1.
The group that used to organize a major summer camp in Hill County has stepped back into the picture, and organizers are looking for up to 50 children who want to spend a week in the Bear Paw Mountains in the 2103 Farmers Union Kamp for Kids.
The Chippewa Cree Tribal Election Board of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation has removed the former chair of the tribal council as a candidate for the chair, three days after it certified him as a candidate.