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 By Alex Ross    Local    November 7, 2017

Havre voters reject mill levy, elect new council members

Havre voters Tuesday elected two new members to its city council and rejected a proposed property tax hike that would have paid to redo the city streets. The proposed mill levy increase was rejected by voters 1199 to 1090. The increase would have... Full story

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    November 7, 2017

Next medical marijuana meeting set

Havre City Council President Andrew Brekke said at Monday's council meeting that another Ordinance Committee meeting has been scheduled Nov. 15 for 7 p.m Wednesday, at City Hall to discuss whether the...

 

WAITING GAME

It’s been a season without playing on Sundays for Marc Mariani. But the former Havre Blue Pony and Montana Grizzly great hasn’t been without football all together. Instead, Mariani, who was not re...

 

Seven Ponies earn Central A accolades

The 2017 season was tough one for the Havre High football team. However, despite the fact that the Blue Ponies finished 0-9, Havre was still well represented on the Central A All-Conference team....

 

Skylights beat Hawks, again

Less than two weeks ago, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights blew out the Dickinson State Blue Hawks. But that was inside the Armory Gymnasium. The rematch turned out to be a lot more...

 

MSU-Northern's Rachel David reaches NAIA championships

The Montana State University-Northern cross country teams finished their third season as a program, posting good times at the 2017 Frontier Conference Championships. The Lights and Skylights ran in...

 

MSU-N grapplers start strong at Cowboy Open

The Montana State University-Northern cross country teams finished their third season as a program, posting good times at the 2017 Frontier Conference Championships. The Lights and Skylights ran in...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Kadia Miller, Havre High X-Country Havre High sophomore Kadia Miller made sure her last race of the fall was one of her best. For the second year in a row, Miller posted a Class A All-State finish,...

 

Chambers making a difference in the world with service

Julianne LaSmith, Northern Montana Health Care Mohammed Ali once said, "Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth." Service to others is defined as "choosing to engage without...

 

For the Record, Nov. 7, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a noninjury motor vehicle crash after an 11th Street West business caller reported Monday at 7:17 a.m. that a white Pontiac and a white Chevrolet Impala collided. —— Officers arrested someone during...

 

Obituary - Alice Faye "Apple" Brown

Alice Faye "Apple" Brown, 89, a lifelong resident of Havre, passed away due to natural causes Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, at Northern Montana Care Center. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service wi... Full story

 

Honoring our veterans

One of the greatest privileges of serving Montana in Washington, D.C., has been hearing the most admirable stories of Montanans who have fought for our nation all across the globe. Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow served as an Army scout during WWII and...

 

FCC policy limits opportunities for rural broadband

The benefits promised by technology have always lagged a bit behind in rural America. While most urban areas have a profusion of choices for broadband access, people in many parts of Montana are lucky if they have even a single option for high-speed...

 

Johnson broke the barriers of her time

In this troublesome era of anger, violence and blame, it's well to look back to a kinder time, and the good and heart-warming story of a remarkable Montana character. Dorothy Johnson grew up in...

 

Local News - Glatzer performing in Havre Sunday

Press release Jack Glatzer, world-class American violinist, will perform “Rembrandt and Bach — A Musical Journey Into the Light” consisting of a violin performance and slide show.  The concert will take place at Fifth Avenue Christian Church...

 

Local News - Community Orchestra, Choir brining 'Sounds of the Season"

Press release The MSU-Northern ensembles, consisting of the Community Orchestra and Community Choir, which are joining efforts this year, will present “Sounds of the Season” Thursday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. at the Havre High School auditorium....

 

November Civil Discourse Series, 'What is the Meaning of Race?'

Press release Montana State University-Northern is hosting a November Civil Discourse Series event focused on people understanding each other Nov. 15, during American Indian Heritage Month. Stage and...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    November 7, 2017

Park Board members discuss selling burnt timber

Hill County Park Board members met Monday and discussed contracting loggers to clear out burnt timber, dealing with delinquent lessees and construction options for lessees who lost buildings to the...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    November 7, 2017

Local talks similarities between fires decades apart

A Havre man who fought the Centennial Mountain Fire in the Bear Paw Mountains in 1984 says there are many similarities between this summer's East Fork Fire and the blaze he battled long ago. Jim...

 

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