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Pony boys host Class B Eagles tonight

With just four games remaining in the regular season, the Havre High boys basketball team is still searching for an identity, and with time running out, it needs to figure one out soon. Fortunately, t...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 3, 2017

Cutting-edge research on the Hi-Line

In the last 10 years, Montana State University-Northern's work on fuels has gone from a small program focused on testing petroleum and bio-based fuels to its Advanced Fuels Center, an operation...

 

HHS girls expect tough games with Fairfield, Lewistown

For the first time this season, the Havre High girls basketball team has lost consecutive games, something the Blue Ponies will look to rectify this weekend. Havre will get its first chance to do...

 

Havre's Korb heading to Montana Tech

Over the past few years, Nate Korb has forged quite an athletic career for himself at Havre High school. During his time as a Blue Pony, he has played football, basketball and tennis. Next season,...

 

Lights cage Bears in Billings

Talk about starting a road trip off on the right foot. That's what the Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team did Thursday night in Billings. With a six-game Frontier Conference road... Full story

 

Northern matmen pinned by Embry-Riddle on the road

The Montana State University-Northern Lights had two road duals left this season heading into Thursday night. The first of those duals didn't go how the Lights had hoped. The No. 3 Lights were in... Full story

 

Artitudes features Malone's work in February and March

Press release Artitudes Gallery presents "Artwork by Ned" by Ned Malone for the months of February and March.  Malone said he likes working plein aire to create his landscapes, working mainly in...

 

Cochrane artist of the month at Northern's Multicultural Center

Press release The artist of the month of February at Montana State University-Northern's Multicultural Center is Joseph "Joe" Cochrane. Cochrane was born at the Blood Indian Hospital Jan. 12, 1943, in...

 

New podcast explores tangled relationship with national mammal

Press release MISSOULA - Americans named bison our first-ever "national mammal" last spring. But this winter, 900 bison from the prized Yellowstone National Park herd will be shipped to slaughter....

 

Grable hired as Montana Arts Council's arts education director

Press release The Montana Arts Council announced it hired Monica Grable as the agency’s arts education director. Grable began her duties Wednesday and replaces outgoing Arts Education Director Emily Kohring, who has moved with her family to St. Lou...

 

Reporter Susan Carey to deliver Ninth Annual Cole Lecture at UM

Press release MISSOULA — Susan Carey, veteran aviation reporter at The Wall Street Journal, will deliver the annual Jeff Cole Distinguished Lecture at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, at the University of Montana. The event, which is free and open to the...

 

Frankel going on tour in Montana

Press release Glenn Frankel, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who has turned his lens toward Hollywood legends, announced he is holding a Montana tour. His last book, “The Searchers” earned great praise for his profile of John Ford, John Wa...

 

Havre High lists Students of the Month

Havre High School announced that Trinnity Gobin was chosen as a January 2017 Student of the Month at the high school. Trinnity's parents are Bobbie Jo Naber and Wesly Gobin. Her siblings are Brittany...

 

UM releases fall Dean's List

Press release MISSOULA — At the University of Montana, a number of local students were among the 2,425 who made the fall semester 2016 Dean’s List and President’s 4.0 List. To qualify for the Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List, students...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 11:12-21: 'The fig tree' Out our way, folks come to depend on each other, and it is something we tend to take for granted. Farmers help each other seed and bring in the crops. Ranchers help out a...

 

Practical Pastoring: Proclaiming faith at funerals

Conducting funerals is an integral function of pastoring. I cannot think of a better opportunity to proclaim the name of Jesus than during a funeral. People may be grieving at a funeral, but they may also have a heightened awareness of the still...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

The joy of laughter   You know, Lord, February is a busy month: Ground Hog’s Day, Candlemas Day — or the Feast of Presentation of the Lord, on Feb. 2 every year. Of course, we have Valentine’s Day with flowers, poems, chocolates and laughter....

 

Grief Poem Feb. 3, 2017

Do dear ones see that we have changed; and lift us up in prayer? We sometimes feel we’ll drift away — that life is not real fair.   We miss our dear, they’ve gone ahead; we struggle hard, some days. We tell stores or sing some songs as we...

 

Agendas: Feb. 3, 2017

Havre City Council Havre City Council will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in Havre City Hall. The meeting agenda is: Call to order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Minutes Committee reports Public Comment on agenda items 1 through 8. For items not on this...

 

For the Record, Feb. 3, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a theft report after a First Street West business caller reported Thursday at 12:57 p.m. that tools were stolen out of his vehicle. —— Officers investigated a motor vehicle crash near First Street...

 

A natural neural food network

If I’ve learned one thing about myself over the years, it’s that I love to eat. I eat like I can’t live without food, and I have zero interest in ending this habit. I don't think it’s just a complete lack of strong will and good character....

 

Do more than thanking veterans

Dear editor, Butte Rep. Jim Keane told a joint subcommittee Jan. 27 it should not just thank veterans for their service but it should “do something.” He wanted the members, and the Legislature, to pass an infrastructure bill that would fund,...

 

Montana needs to invest in families with paid leave

At some point, nearly every worker faces a moment when they need leave, whether it’s to care for an aging parent, help a family member after surgery, recover from their own illness or injury, or welcome a new child into the family. As the Montana L...

 

Celebrating History: Home economics

By Emily Mayer Just like today, during the winter months, gatherings of various sorts took place in Havre. Some were entertaining and others were educational. For several weeks, large advertisements were in the newspapers announcing a Short Course fo...

 

Local News - Feb. 3, 2017

Press release The City of Havre Public Works and Water Departments will be updating and replacing water meters in certain areas of town for the next few months. People who are contacted to have their water meter replaced and have any questions can...

 

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