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Havre High students revive old tradition

Gardipee sentenced to 13 years in toddler death

Cecilia Rose Gardipee will spend the next 13 years and four months in prison for her role in the death of Kaidynce Small on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Oct. 21, days before his first birthday. U.S. District Judge Brian Morris imposed the same... Full story

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

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... Full story

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... Full story

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... Full story

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...

Joyce L. Mikulecky

Joyce L. Mikulecky, 78, passed away Aug. 10, 2014. Services will be held August 23rd, 10 a.m., at the Elk's Lodge in McMinnville, Oregon, with a reception to follow. Memorial donations can be made at ... Full story

Mazurkiewicz has a big fight on his hands

At all levels of his athletic career, Myles Mazurkiewicz has been successful. He was a two-time state wrestling champion for the Havre Blue Ponies and a four-time NAIA All-American for the... Full story

Local swimmers shine in Bozeman

Three swimmers from The Havre Lions Swim Team qualified and competed in the 2014 Summer Long Course State Championship, which was held in Bozeman from July 25-27. Those competing for Havre were,...

New season: MSU-N spikers start today

The Montana State University-Northern volleyball team has had unparalleled success over the last two seasons, including winning a Frontier Conference regular season championship, and reaching the... Full story

Two Havreites helped stranded visitors

Editor: A heartfelt thank-you to Paul and Randy for helping Trikers from Iowa. On July 14, we were traveling through Havre on our way to Glacier National Park. We had serious wheel-bearing troubles on our trike and were just glad that we made it...

Choices we make and second-guess later

Actually, there is no “we.” I am the one wondering if I lost my last wing nut. I’m down in the dumps, crawling along the bottom of the pit, rolling in slime and garbage. Well, it sort of feels... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Thursday, Aug. 21 Havre Middle School registration is from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for all, returning and new, sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students. All students must show proof of being current on immunizations and those entering sports will need... Full story

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