Articles from the June 13, 2014 edition
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State to open voting offices on reservations
HELENA — Montana will open satellite voting offices on the Crow, Northern Cheyenne and Fort Belknap Indian reservations in October as part of a settlement in a federal voting-rights lawsuit. The offices will be open twice a week for late...
Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, June 13, 2014
Laurel — Loren Jenkins, Roger St. Pierre and Fred Charles Henderson will be inducted into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. Each were experts at the art of cowboying, one of Montana’s finest traditions. Just as important, they were active... Full story
Elks Lodge encourages citizens to observe Flag Day
Havre Elks Lodge No. 1201 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks again was very proud and honored to be part of the community Memorial Day service, melding our Flag Day tradition with their Memorial Day service, exemplifying the motto: "One... Full story
Celebrating History: An election year in Hill County, 1914
We find out what is happening in the town of Hingham for this 23rd installment of this series celebrating the 150th anniversary of Montana Territory. Here are some entries found in the June 12, 1914 issue of the Hingham Review. It was an election...
Gov. interest reduction saves Havre $2 million
Action by the Montana governor will save the city of Havre nearly $2 million in a project to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant. A press release from the governor’s office issued today says Havre will save $1,918,464 in interest on a $4.8...