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Fair manager fired

Great Northern Fair Manager Mike Sharp has been fired. Hill County Personnel Manager Emily Meyer confirmed that Sharp’s employment was terminated last week by the Great Northern Fair Board. She said she could comment no further. Alma Seidel, chair...

 

Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup: Sugarbeeters really on a roll now

Volleyball district tournaments are getting closer and closer, and with next weekend being a weekend off for many area high school volleyball teams, this past week’s matches were big. In perhaps...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    October 13, 2015

Election 2015: Vance profile in Havre City Council Ward 1 race

Political office is something Douglas Vance never thought he would pursue. Nonetheless, he now finds himself mounting a campaign for Havre City Council. Vance, a vice president with Herberly and...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Shane Ketchum, Box Elder Football The Box Elder Bears are on an unprecedented roll, and there are many reasons why. But in their latest win, senior Shane Ketchum was a huge reason. Ketchum scored...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    October 13, 2015

Election 2015: Matter profile in Havre City Council Ward 1 race

After 40 years living in Havre, Ed Matter is running for City Council. The retired radio station manager is seeking to fill the Ward 1 seat held by Pam Hillery who is retiring. He will face off...

 

Hi-Line Football Roundup: Hi-Line's big three dominate again

The Chester/J-I Hawks and the Chinook Sugarbeeters have been on a collision course all season long. The two teams will meet this Wednesday in what will be the de facto Northern C championship game....

 

Lights wins season-openers in Canada

Season-openers are never easy. Season-openers on the road are even more difficult. But the Montana State University-Northern men’s basketball team found a way to overcome both obstacles this past...

 

MSU-N rodeo wraps up the fall

The Montana State University-Northern Rodeo team wrapped up its fall slate of rodeos recently at the UM-Western Rodeo in Dillon.  George Marcenko and Tucker Hould came away with the UM-Western Team R...

 

Nystrom earns national certification

Press release Rachel Nystrom of Havre Optometric Clinic has earned national certification as an optician. The American Board of Opticianry announced that Nystrom passed national competency...

 

Obituary - James F. Sande

On Saturday, Oct. 11, at 4 o'clock, Jim's children, Jesse and Diane, came to take our Dad and husband home to the Lord. Anyone who knew Jim, or "King Fish" as he liked to tease his family, would...

 

For the Record, Oct. 13, 2015

Havre Police Department After a resident from 1st Street Northeast requested to talk to an officer about another tenant at 11:09 a.m. Monday, officers investigated the complaint. —— Kelly Schroeder Schwartzkopf, 45, of Havre was issued a summons...

 

Our View: Our plea: Bite the bullet, vote for streets plan

Havre city officials certainly aren't playing politics with the proposed $30 million streets repair program. There couldn’t be a worse time to present to residents a tax hike that will average more than $200 a year. Residents were just hit with a...

 

Current needs for My Neighbor in Need program, Oct. 13, 2015

From My Neighbor in Need The website http://www.myneighborinneed.org/havre rovides local citizens a way to ask for help from their community and a way for the community to give back. Current Needs My Neighbor in Need — An older woman who recently...

 

Meeting on Native America Center set

A meeting about the possibility of opening a Native American Center in Havre will be held at 6 p.m. at the Havre-Hill County Library meeting room. This meeting will be a potluck, and the public is invited to attend....

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    October 13, 2015

Election 2015: Lightning round questions for Edward Matter and Douglas Vance, candidates for City Council from Ward 1:

On adopting the $30 million street renovation renovation program? Matter: For— While acknowledging the proposed streets program will be “a huge amount of money” and it would have been cheaper to redo the streets years ago, “that doesn't...

 

Carmen O. Moccasin,

         LODGE POLE — Carmen O. Moccasin, 29, a BIA firefighter, died Monday, Oct. 12 at her home.         Wake services will be 7 p.m. Wednesday Oct. 14, at the Chief Nosey Center in Lodge Pole. Funeral services will be 11 a.m.,...

 

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