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 Local    February 26, 2015 

ADA rights and requirements workshop slated in Havre

Havre Job Service Employer Committee is hosting a workshop March 25 about employer responsibilities and employee rights under the American Disabilities Act. The act states that employers must make appropriate and reasonable accommodations for employe... Full story

 
 Local    February 20, 2015

Senior Center News for Feb. 23-27

North Central Senior Center, Feb. 23 to Feb. 27 Monday —Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Except for medical, people have to call in early to make arrangements. Taxes 8:30–11 a.m. Painting at 1 p.m. Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3... Full story

 
 Local    February 20, 2015

Paris Gibson Square sets Art of Film screening

Press release GREAT FALLS — Paris Gibson Square has invited the public to attend a Friday, March 6, screening of 10 short films by young independent filmmakers selected from the 41st Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival. The Northwest Filmmaker’s... Full story

 
 Local    February 20, 2015

Celebrating history: Plans for the federal building

Emily Mayer There were several interesting articles in the Feb. 20, 1915 issues of The Havre Plaindealer and the Hill County Democrat regarding buildings. Both newspapers carried information about a...

 
 Local    February 16, 2015

Soccer accepting registrations

Press release Hi-Line United Soccer is still accepting registrations for the 2015 competitive season.  Youth ages 12 to 18, with any level of experience are welcome.  To register or obtain information about the soccer league, contact April Snyder...

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    February 13, 2015

'Men Who Cook ...' set for March

The ninth annual “Men Who Cook for Women who Wine” fundraiser is set for March 28 at the Hingham Community Center. Cathie Haas, an organizer of the event, said that men from across the Hi-Line will showcase their culinary skills and prepare... Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    February 13, 2015

Hi-Line Living: National Boy Scout Week

Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America organization has aimed to help young people grow into responsible adults. Throughout the years, over 110 million people have become members. According to the Boy... Full story

 
 Local    February 13, 2015

Local students make UM Dean's List

MISSOULA — At the University of Montana, 2,183 students made the fall semester 2014 Dean’s List. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must be undergraduates, earn a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher and receive grades of A or B...

 
 Local    February 13, 2015

Local student to take part in Junior National Young Leaders Conference

KeHugh David Swan of Thoreau, New Mexico, son of Kerenthia and Robin Jay Swan of Rocky Boy, along with other outstanding middle school students from across the United States will take part in an extraordinary leadership development experience, the...

 
 Local    February 13, 2015

Senior Center News

North Central Senior Center, Feb. 16-20 Monday — Presidents’ Day — Center closed Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Except for medical people have to call in early to make arrangements Tax preparation, 8:30–11 a.m. Bingo at...

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    February 13, 2015

Celebrating history: Kremlin hotel burns

In last week’s column, I mentioned that a hotel in Kremlin had burned. Here is a column of that fire from the Kremlin Chancellor, published in the Feb. 12, 1915 issue of the Hingham Review, complete with misspellings: $12,000 HOTEL BURNED DOWN... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    February 13, 2015

MAT's Valentine's dinner entertains with cabaret

Montana Actors’ Theatre is holding its Valentine’s dinner and cabaret at the Historic Post Office Saturday. The event will feature The Electric City Cabaret, a martini bar and dinner. Tickets are $35 per person or $50 for a couple. Cocktails... Full story

 

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