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 By John Kelleher    Local    June 2, 2016

Budget cuts prompt Saturday library closing

The Havre-Hill County Library, faced with budget cuts, will be closed on Saturdays beginning July 2. “After much discussion and deliberation, the Havre-Hill County Library Board of Trustees and the library staff have decided that the best course of...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    June 2, 2016

Gatch ready to keep the Ponies rolling

There is a tremendous tradition when it comes to Havre High football. The Blue Ponies and their faithful fans are used to winning, which can bring forth some high standards. New head football coach Ry...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    June 2, 2016

George Ferguson Column: HHS'spring athletes meet tough challenges

Tonight, inside the hallowed halls of Havre High School, the sports season will officially come to an end, as the Spring Sports Awards Banquet is held. And while another incredible year of Blue Pony...

 

Faber promoted to VP at Independence Bank

Press release Independence Bank announced that Karene Faber has been promoted to assistant vice president of consumer lending. In her new position, Faber will oversee the consumer lending and one to f...

 

Payne completes line training

Press release Hill County Electric Cooperative has announced that its employee Spencer Payne has completed one of the world’s most comprehensive training programs for power line personnel. The Merchant Job Training and Safety Program is technical...

 

Chamber sets business clinic June 22

Press release The Havre Assistance for Business Clinic is set for Wednesday, June 22, at the Hensler Auditorium in the Applied Technology Center on the Montana State University-Northern campus. ABC is a partnership between the Havre Area Chamber of...

 

Obituary - Mary L. Garbani

Mary L. Garbani, 91, passed due to natural causes on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at Northern Montana Care Center.   Cremation has taken place, and interment will be in the Riverside National Cemetery in California.  Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has... Full story

 
 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    June 2, 2016

Looking Out My Back Door: Hard-headed woman finds treasure in backyard

Eureka. I’ve just discovered my backyard. That’s not to say I never knew I had a backyard. But I dismissed it. “Dismiss.” Hang onto that word. My first focus, of necessity, centered on my humb...

 

Families connect with culture through equine therapy

HOLLY MICHELS Billings Gazette BILLINGS (AP) — Shelly Fyant from Arlee painted circles around the eyes of a horse named Big Medicine. “The circle gives us a clear vision so we can see our enemy,” she said. The enemy Fyant is talking about is...

 

Customs and Border Protection announces Global Entry enrollment event

Press release U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations announced Tuesday that a Global Entry enrollment event will be held June 22 at the Sweetgrass Port of Entry.  During this enrollment event, CBP will conduct interviews for...

 

Plain Green splits with partner amid lawsuit

MATT VOLZ Associated Press HELENA — An online lending company owned by Montana’s Chippewa Cree Tribe is parting ways with its non-Native American partner, which a lawsuit claims controlled the company and only used the tribe to shield it from...

 

Fir the Record June 2, 2016

Havre City Police Officers investigated a motor vehicle crash on 13th Street and Monroe after a caller reported it Wednesday at 8:09 a.m. —— Officers investigated a disturbance after a caller near 4th Avenue reported Wednesday at 11:09 a.m. that... Full story

 

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