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District judge retires after 22 years

District judge retires after 22 years

After 22 years as a state district judge in a three-county district, Judge John C. McKeon will hang up his robe in November. "I've tried to do my job studiously, hardworking and timely and... Full story

For the Record: September 23, 2016

Havre Police Department Raven Ray Wolfgang Lanier, 19, of Havre was arrested on charges of assault with a weapon, nonaggravated partner or family member assault and violations of conditions of release Thursday at 10:42 a.m. at the police station....

Engagement: Ashley Buck and Ryan Callahan

Ashley Buck and Ryan Callahan of Havre have announced their plans to marry Oct. 1, 2016. Buck, daughter of Dexter and Carla Buck of Chinook, is a graduate of Chinook High School, Montana State...

Engagement: Mavis Filler and Robert Farnham

Mavis Filler and Robert Farnham have announced their marriage engagement. The couple has planned their marriage for June 17,...

Hello God; It's Me Mara: Grieving

You know, Lord, remembering the date, week or month, we’re brokenhearted, they’re gone, we’re still here, will we survive this journey? No two people handle sorrow the same; it’s a winding road, maybe like climbing up a mountain side. Then... Full story

Friday's Prep Football: Ponies shut out Browning

The Havre Blue Ponies opened Central A Conference play in style Friday night, scoring five rushing touchdowns, including three straight by Jase Stokes, in a 47-0 win over Browning at Blue Pony...

Friday Night Lights: Time flies, just like Korb does

The 2016 seniors on the Havre High football team have been through a lot. They have played in the Class A playoffs twice, won a Central A championship and were one win away from playing in the state... Full story

Lights look for more at UM-Western

The Montana State University-Northern Lights had every right to be feeling good about themselves last Saturday night, and even in the days following their triumphant win over Carroll College....

Back in the Corral: Ponies host Browning

Now that Class A football uses the wildcard playoff system, the truth is, every game matters. But when it comes to the Havre High football team, the goal is to clinch one of the Central A...

Two-For-Two at Home: Skylights sink Argos

Every year, and especially this season, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team has a mission when it comes to playing Frontier Conference matches at home. And that mission is simple...

Letter to the Editor: Austin's annexation attitude ironic

Dear Editor, I find it somewhat ironic that Kyle Austin calls the City of Havre greedy when he wants to start a business with city water and sewer but does not want to pay city taxes. Who might be the greedy one here? Perhaps he does not realize...

View from the North 40: Welcome to Canuck-land, folks

Owners of a store in the village of Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, are employing some good ol’ colonial strategies to help out with a population problem that has become an employee shortage problem:...

Community Events Calendar

Friday, Sept. 23 Pachyderm Club will meet at noon at the Duck Inn Vineyard Room. Speaker will be candidate for House District 28 Stephanie Hess. The public is welcome to attend this no-host luncheon. Saturday, Sept. 24 Moonlight Shoot with Havre... Full story

 
 
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