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Pizza Hut benefit set for Thursday for burn victim

A benefit is set Thursday to help Cole Monroe recover from third-degree burns he suffered when gasoline was thrown on a bonfire while he was camping with some friends, putting him in a hospital in Salt Lake City for more than two weeks and keeping...

Man denies high-speed chase, breaks down in court

A Box Elder man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase in which he ran three oncoming vehicles off the road - including a Montana Highway patrolmen - denied the charges Monday afternoon in...

For the Record, May 23, 2017

Havre Police Department Cordell Wilson of Havre, 22, was arrested on a charge of partner or family member assault after a First Street business caller reported a possible disturbance Monday at 8:07 a.m. —— Officers investigated after an Eighth...

Judge denies bail reduction in abuse case

A man accused of beating his girlfriend in a case that has grabbed the attention of the Montana Attorney General's office - and has had a related $1 million lawsuit filed against the county and then...

Nursing program looking for new students

A new nursing program is looking for new students for its fall 2017 semester after completing its first year of education. Aaniiih Nakoda College Nursing Program Director LaVerne Parker said the college wants to find more students to enroll in its...

Obituary - Wayne Martin Nold

Wayne Martin Nold, 63, passed away at home of natural causes May 20, 2017.  A private burial will be held at a later date.  A full obituary with memorial celebration date will...

Local Golf Report: Chinook girls get a Class C trophy

Last spring, it was the Chinook boys. This year, the Sugarbeeter girls took their turn. Last week at the Double Arrow Golf Club in Seeley Lake, the Chinook girls golf team brought home a third-place...

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Paige Nelson, Havre Tennis

The Havre High tennis teams will be heading to the Class A state tournament later this week and while there will be plenty Blue Pony boys making the trip, there will be just one girl - Paige Nelson....

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Katie Wirtzberger, Havre Track Havre High freshman Katie Wirtzberger had never competed in a high school track and field postseason. But that didn’t stop her from putting on a great performance at...

Local prep athletes, coaches honored

The Great Falls Tribune’s second annual Northcentral Montana Sports Awards Banquet was a big night for many. And that included a whole host of Havre Blue Ponies. Monday night in Great Falls, five...

New Congressional health care plan - A devastating blow to Montana's public schools and students

Today, as every day, teachers called the names of more than 140,000 students, as they took attendance in Montana’s 821 public schools. For the thousands of children who file into our classrooms, school is more than a place to learn. In-school...

Letter to the Editor - Gianforte is the one we need representing us

Editor This Thursday, May 25, there is a very important special election taking place where eligible Montana voters will choose between Mr. Greg Gianforte, Mr. Rob Quist and Mr. Mark Wicks to fill the vacant position of our sole representative to...

Gianforte offers new hope for Montana reservations

Montana is on the verge of a moment when our state can unite. It’s a chance for Montanans, including Native Americans and non-Indians alike, as well as Montanans of different backgrounds, to come together to make a change for the better. Greg...

Community Events Calendar

Tuesday, May 23 The Hill County Democratic Central Committee, 7:30 p.m., Havre Eagles Club. Meeting will be followed by county convention to elect officers. The Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club, 2 p.m., Timmons Room at the Hill County Courthouse....

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