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 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 21, 2014 

Gardipee faces sentence in child death

Cecilia Rose Gardipee of Box Elder is being sentenced today for her role in the death of Kaidynce Small, an 11-month-old who died Oct. 21. The sentencing hearing was being held in U.S. District Court at Great Falls this morning. Witnesses favoring st... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 21, 2014 

BNSF continues cleanup

BNSF Railway Co. has been trying to clean the groundwater pollution caused by decades of spills from its business. On Havre's north side, between the Milk River and the viaduct, the problem of polluti... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 21, 2014 

New nursing director hired at Northern

A new nursing director at Montana State University-Northern has been hired. Janice Starr will begin her role as director for the nursing program Sept. 8. Starr is finishing her employment at New Mexico State University-Alamogordo as director of...

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 21, 2014 

Havre High students revive old tradition

Students of Havre High School hiked up the side of Saddle Butte to make their mark on the history of Havre Wednesday. Lindsey Kudrna said she invited the entire Havre High School Class of 2015 to... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 21, 2014 

Ketchum: Fourth time back in court brings two years

A man facing his third revocation of his release on a suspended sentence — the second in five months — was ordered to spend the rest of his sentence with the state Department of Corrections. Andrew Ketchum of Box Elder, born in 1988, admitted ear...

 Local    August 21, 2014 

For the Record, August 21, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 11:02 a.m. Wednesday complaint at the police station about the possible theft of clothing. ——— A two-vehicle noninjury motor vehicle accident was investigated after officers responded to a 12:59... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 20, 2014

Havre Police comment on Klan flyers

In light of the public outcry against the United Klans of America flyers at the Havre City Council meeting Monday, the Havre Police Department sent out a press release about the matter Tuesday. “Our officers work diligently at patrolling the... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 20, 2014

Demo derby will move to Saturday at fair

On a 3-2 vote, the Great Northern Fair Board Tuesday approved moving the Havre Jaycee Demolition Derby to Saturday, a spot the Northern Rodeo Association professional rodeo has held for the last two years. The Jaycees at July’s meeting made the... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 20, 2014

Fair board talks about budget cut

The Great Northern Fair Board Monday discussed dealing with a proposed smaller budget. Fairgrounds manager Tim Solomon said he put in a request based on last year's budget, but the budget proposal was $90,000 smaller. Hill County Commissioner Jeff...

 By Pam Burke    Local    August 20, 2014

Benefit set for ALS patient

While the “Ice Bucket Challenge” is sweeping the Internet’s social media and bringing awareness of, and funding to, the national ALS Association, people on the Hi-Line have a chance this weekend to show support and help with fundraising for a...

 Local    August 20, 2014

For the Record, August 20, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation at 8:04 a.m. Tuesday at the police station. ——— Justine Philomene Bauer, 23, of Havre was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s lice... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 19, 2014

Klan flyers concern public

Havre City Council meeting saw its biggest audience in a long time Monday night as community members showed up to voice concerns about the United Klans of America flyers that were distributed around town over the weekend. The flyers read... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 19, 2014

Second suspect charged in pill heist

A second person faces charges stemming from a pharmacy robbery that netted thousands of prescription painkillers. Ryan M. Greenough, born in 1983, was in the Hill County jail this morning on $25,000 bond for two counts of possession of drugs with... Full story

 Local    August 19, 2014

Charter has another blackout

The Havre area experienced another blackout in Charter Communications services Monday evening. Jack Hardy, the senior manager of communications for Charter, said it was around 5 p.m. Monday technicians noticed there was an error in the system. They... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 19, 2014

BLM kills Bullwhacker land swap

The federal agency that was looking at a potential land swap to open access to the Bullwhacker area in southern Blaine County said that swap is off the table. Bureau of Land Management announced in a...

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 19, 2014

Judge: City Court is "crippled," needs help

City Court Judge Virginia Seigel spoke again at Monday’s Havre City Council meeting to request at least a part-time employee to help get City Court up to speed. “I wanted to bring the historical aspect of the struggle for staffing and also to...

 Local    August 19, 2014

For the Record, August 19, 2014

Havre Police Department George Gilbert Belcourt, 45, of Havre was issued a summons on a charge of driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license while leaving the police station at 7:21 a.m. Monday. ——— Officers investigated a 10:06... Full story

 By John Kelleher and John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 18, 2014

Klan leaflets infuriate Havre

Toni The Boy walked on to her front lawn on Havre's east side Saturday to find what she thought was a piece of trash - a plastic ziplock bag with a paper inside. She threw it out. Then she found a... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 18, 2014

Huston signs plea agreement

One day after a hearing in which Shad Huston withdrew his offer to change his plea in a Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation embezzlement case, he signed a plea agreement offering to plead guilty to theft from an Indian tribal organization. Thursday... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 18, 2014

Region celebrates Bullhook opening

Rain drove the event inside Friday but didn't dampen the spirits of well more-than 100 people gathered to celebrate the opening of Havre's newest medical facility. The grand opening of Bullhook...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 18, 2014

Tester slams D.C. politics

In an interview Friday, Montana’s senior U.S. senator, Democrat Jon Tester, said partisanship still is clogging the hallways in the nation’s capital. “It’s not good. It hasn’t been good for a while,” Tester said. “I put it on the...

 Local    August 18, 2014

For the Record: Aug. 18, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 7:29 a.m. Friday call from McKinley Avenue about someone hitting the calling party’s mailbox. ——— Officers investigated a 10:12 a.m. Friday complaint at the police station about the calling... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 15, 2014

Belcourt: 7.5 years in prison

GREAT FALLS — At the end of a 3½ hour sentencing hearing that included extensive praise of the defendant, a U.S. district judge told a former state legislator and Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation tribal official he would have to pay the price for... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 15, 2014

State asks Huston attorney to remove himself

GREAT FALLS — In another twist in what was supposed to be a change of plea hearing, the federal government said in a hearing in Great Falls Thursday that it would file a motion to disqualify Shad Huston's attorney because he had represented a... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 15, 2014

Northern's new N-deavor

Montana State University-Northern is teaming up with the Havre Chamber of Commerce to kick-start its "Big N" contest. Business owners and residents may visit the chamber office on 5th Avenue to... Full story


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