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Family remembers Freddy Bacon

Family remembers Freddy Bacon

Caroline Raining Bird reached into the front of her hatchback and pulled out three 8-inch-by-10-inch framed pictures, each one a portrait of her grandson Freddy Bacon. Raining Bird, a 79-year-old who ...

New court actions on Rocky Boy fraud, embezzlements

A former tribal council member at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation was scheduled to plead guilty to charges today in federal District Court in Great Falls in three separate cases alleging fraud, corruption, embezzlement and tax evasion. This comes...

Havre gets a second taxi service

People in the Havre area who are in need of a ride now have a new option. Aneta Jones of Havre, a first-time business woman, has launched Hi-Line Taxi. It will join Town Taxi as one of two taxi...

Drug dealer receives 5-year sentence

A Washington man arrested during an Amtrak Empire Builder stop in Havre who pleaded guilty in a plea agreement to charges including possession of drugs with intent to distribute was sentenced in state District Court in Havre to five years with the...

For the Record, June 30, 2016

Havre Police Department Na-tha-at Holyweasel Doney, 23, of Havre was arrested on charges of driving under the influence, two counts of child endangerment and revocation of suspended sentence after a caller from HRDC reported Wednesday at 8:30 a.m....

Obituary - Mark Steven Nelson

Mark Steven Nelson was born in Havre, Montana, June 1, 1949, to Earl and Marilyn Nelson. He was the eldest of five children. He met Cheryl at Montana State University-Northern and they married in...

Representing the Stars and Stripes

Six-Man football isn't something that exists everywhere. In fact, Montana is one of the few places where the game is celebrated, and that passion will show next Monday as a number of players are...

North Stars hoping to get hot in July

A year ago, the Havre North Stars American Legion Baseball team used a hot stretch in July to take over first place in the Northern A District. And while that may be difficult to do this year, the...

Looking Out My Back Door: The birds, the bees and flush toilets

Every morning at first light a symphony of birds sings me awake. I don’t say it’s necessarily pretty birdsong. The New York Philharmonic it is not. But it is loud. And it is a mixture of voices of whatever birds are hanging out in this part of...

Letter to the Editor: Blue Ponies are going to Washington, and they will be fantastic

Editor: The Blue Ponies are marching in Washington, D.C., on July 4. They are going to be absolutely fantastic. I have been hearing them practice over the past month and driven over to watch them for a few moments as they diligently practiced in...

Community Events Calendar

Thursday, June 30 Citywide Prayer will be held at Abundant Life Ministries, 405 6th St., from 7 to 8 p.m. Lego Time and Robotics will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at Havre-Hill County Library. This event is free and open to the public. For more...

 
 
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