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 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 5, 2015 

CLOSED CAMPUS?

Havre Public School District administrators are considering whether or not to prohibit some students at the high school to leave campus for lunch. The administrators had a meeting at 7:30 a.m.... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 5, 2015 

People First to hold public meeting

People First, a group fighting corruption at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, will hold a public meeting at 5 p.m. Sunday at Havre’s TownHouse Inn discuss action that can be taken to advance their causes. Among other things, said state Rep. G.... Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    March 4, 2015

Probation officer rape trial delayed

Jury selection is scheduled to continue next month in the trial of a Havre juvenile probation officer charged with raping the mother of one of the juveniles he supervised. Stephen David Mills of Havre, born in 1965, was charged with one count of... Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    March 4, 2015

Food training set for Tuesday in Great Falls

Bear Paw Development Corp., along with the Montana Food and Agriculture Development Center Network and United States Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Program, will be sponsoring “Food Safety Management System Toolkit Training in...

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 4, 2015

Box Elder man ruled unfit to stand trial

A Box Elder man who was charged with attempted murder has been deemed unfit to stand trial. Shane Hiawatha Denny was committed to the attorney general for 45 days to “receive psychiatric or psychological examination as to whether his mental... Full story

 
 Local    March 4, 2015

HAVMAT on the streets

Havre's alternative arts and entertainment publication, HAVMAT, is now available at many locations and will continue to be distributed. HAVMAT, completed yesterday, was given a 500-copy trial. Copies... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 4, 2015

Police offer free gun locks

As a part of an initiative to spread safe firearm use, the Havre Police Department is offering safety kits to anyone who wants them. The gun lock is a cable-style lock that runs through the magazine area of the weapon and prevents it from working....

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 3, 2015

St. Marks removed from office

In the meeting that Chippewa Cree Business Committee Chairman Ken Blatt St. Marks was ordered to call in order for the council to discuss charges against him and the possibility of his impeachment, there was only one necessary person not present —... Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    March 3, 2015

Sunnyside shows its school spirit

The students and staff at Sunnyside Intermediate School wrapped up "I Love to Read Month" and honored Dr. Seuss's birthday Monday by holding a door decorating contest. The theme of the contest was... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 3, 2015

Council sets Top 10 for street repairs

Havre City Council has taken the first step toward holding a referendum this fall on a proposal for a 20-year, $30 million project to upgrade the city’s aging streets and stormwater network. The project would begin by making repairs to 10 priority... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 3, 2015

Mayor: No word on police chief

It’s been 18 months since Havre Police chief Kirk Fitch retired, and no permanent successor has been named. That’s almost as long as Fitch had been chief. Assistant Chief Gabe Matosich has been acting chief during that time. Havre resident Bill...

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    March 3, 2015

Park board discusses weed invasion, new signs

The Hill County Park Board held lengthy discussions Monday concerning invasive weeds in Beaver Creek Park. Conrad Nystrom of the Hill County Conservation District said that the parks board has given the conservation district permission to move...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 3, 2015

US Bank Park in for a facelift from Havre Trails

US Bank Park will be spruced up because of the work of Havre Trials. The nonprofit organization that is trying to build up Havre's system of walking and bike trails will sign an agreement with the... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 2, 2015

St. Marks won't call council meeting

Ken Blatt St. Marks, chair of the Chippewa Cree Business Committee, won't call a committee meeting for this morning. Committee members ordered St. Marks to convene the session so they could decide whether or not to remove him from office. St. Marks... Full story

 
 Local    March 2, 2015

Regional science fair is March 10 at MSU-Northern

Press release The Hi-Line Regional Science Fair will be held at Montana State University-Northern’s Student Union Building Tuesday, March 10. Students in grades 5-12 from Culbertson to Chester to Turner will attend to compete for awards, prizes and... Full story

 
 Local    March 2, 2015

Guthneck wins free fuel from Cenex in Tanks of Thanks

Press release ST. PAUL, MINN. — A north-central Montana resident has received a special “thank you” for his contributions to the community. The Rev. Peter Guthneck of Big Sandy, Mont., was selected to receive free fuel from Tanks of Thanks®,... Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    March 2, 2015

Paranormal researcher, psychic medium investigates Northern

Paranormal researcher and psychic medium Chris Moon led ghost investigations on the campus of Montana State University-Northern Thursday night during the "Moon Family Psychic Experience." Moon's... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 2, 2015

Weather advisories surround the area

Numerous winter weather advisories are in effect across the state, and Hill County may experience some of the effects of these warnings. To the south, Cascade and Chouteau counties are both experiencing winter weather advisories. Toole County is... Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local    February 27, 2015

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

 
 Local    February 27, 2015

HRDC Child Care Link sets first aid and CPR class

Press Release District 4 HRDC Child Care Link will sponsor an American Heart Association CPR and First Aid Class Saturday, March 14, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the HRDC building. American Heart Association cards are good for two... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    February 27, 2015

Guardians Project honored in D.C.

Michael Horowitz, Department of Justice inspector general, gave the Montana U.S. Attorney’s Office an award for “innovation in cooperation and effective investigation” during a ceremony in Washington, D.C., this week. Carl Rostad of Great Falls... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    February 27, 2015

Bear Paw Development features Hi-Line successes

At the annual Bear Paw Development Corp. luncheon, various stories of economic development from north-central Montana were presented. The speakers at the luncheon were all assisted in some way by... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    February 26, 2015

MAT's 'Grease' hits the stage Friday in Havre

One of the most anticipated shows of the Montana Actors' Theatre season hits the stage Friday. “Grease” will have a myriad of community members, from high schoolers to Northern officials,... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    February 26, 2015

Johnny Cash walks the Hi-Line

Today is Johnny Cash’s birthday, and perhaps Havre remembers the day the man in black graced a stage in Havre in January 1960. A Havre Daily News article from 1960 announced a concert later that day that would fill the Havre Central gymnasium at... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    February 26, 2015

Meyers' transparency bill wins House OK

The Montana Legislature Wednesday approved on a party-line vote Rep. G. Bruce Meyers' plan to post on a website all state money that goes to tribal governments. Meyers, R-Box Elder, said putting the...

 

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