For the Record, April 24, 2017
Havre Police Department Officers investigated a non-injury motor vehicle crash after a caller from the a First Street business made a report Friday at 8:59 a.m. that a Jeep and a white pickup collided. —— Officers investigated a drug offense...
Four vie for three Havre school board seats
Four candidates are running for three seats on the Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees in the Tuesday, May 2 election. Incumbents Curtis Smeby, Cindy Erickson and Tim Scheele are facing a challenge from Keshia Fegan to retain their seats. Voters...
Montana lawmakers seek to make Indian Country a destination
By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN Associated Press HELENA - The Blackfeet Indian Reservation rolls across the plains just east of Glacier National Park. It has a hotel and casino, gas stations, a few eateries...
Lights highly competitive to end the spring
If there was one word to describe the Montana State University-Northern football team’s spring game, it was competition. Because the roughly hour-long battle between the offense and the defense... Full story
United make home debut
The Hi-Line United U19 soccer team hosted its first home games over the weekend and played both Miles City and Sidney Saturday at the HHS soccer fields. The United, who are coached by Jayson...
HHS tennis teams enjoy the sun
The Havre High tennis teams got a taste for next month’s Central A Divisional tournament Saturday in Lewistown. Or, in most cases, the Blue Ponies showed the Central A what’s to come. Havre was... Full story
Panthers shut down Ponies
Sometimes in sports, you run into an opponent that is just really good and that’s exactly what happened when the Havre High softball team took on Belgrade this past weekend. The two Central A... Full story
Pony tracksters see fierce competition in Belgrade
Both Havre High track teams were in Belgrade this past weekend to compete in the Gallatin Valley Invitational. The meet, which had almost 500 athletes competing in it was won by Fairfield on the boys ... Full story
Leter to the Editor: Quist will make a great congressman
My nephew, Chris Krager, the director of a homeless shelter in Kalispell and a musician who has played bass for Rob Quist over the span of the last 22 years, told us, “Having played music and traveled Montana over the years with Rob Quist, I have... Full story