Water pipe break floods business out of building

The three businesses at 109 First St. W. incurred water damage when a water pipe burst Sunday afternoon. None were more damaged than Bearly Square Quilting. "Devastation" is how quilt shop owner,...

For the Record, Jan. 19 2018

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after being notified Thursday at 9:05 a.m. that a male sent text messages to family members asking for help. —— Officers arrested Matthew Allen Bell of Havre, 35, on a Justice or City court warrant...

Students named to MSU-Northern's fall 2017 semester dean's list

The Montana State University-Northern’s fall semester dean’s list contains 364 students. To be included in the dean’s list, students must carry a minimum of 12 credits and earn a grade point average of 3.25 or better. Students who received an...

Bear Paw Ski Bowl decision to open still up in the air

The decision to open Bear Paw Ski Bowl will be made later today, and people will need to visit Facebook for updates. The weather, volunteer Dave Martens said this morning, has made it difficult to determine if the ski bowl is ready for skiing. The...

Montana students named to MSU fall semester honor rolls

MSU News Service BOZEMAN— Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for fall semester 2017. MSU has two honor roll lists: the president’s and the dean’s honor roll. Students must complete a minimum of 12...

Obituary - Lily Corcoran, Black Eagle Dancing Woman

Lily Corcoran, Black Eagle Dancing Woman, 93, passed away due to natural causes at her son’s residence in Helena Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. Wake services will begin at 2 p.m., and a Rosary service... Full story

Pony girls aim to march on in the Central A

Kyndall Keller has been dynamite for the Havre High girls basketball team in her sophomore season with the Blue Ponies. But for now at least, the Ponies are going to have to find a way to keep...

George Ferguson Column: Girls hoops on the Hi-Line makes tournament time worth waiting for

January can drag on. Post-Christmas depression, it's dark out a lot, and in Havre and all over the Hi-Line, it's cold. Really cold. And for that reason, it seems like basketball tournaments are still ...

Skylights hope to turn it around against Tech

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team has spent the last two weeks on a long Frontier Conference road trip. In that stretch, the Skylights have gone through some difficult...

Lights ready to bounce back against Orediggers

Road setbacks aren't uncommon in Frontier Conference basketball. But if a team wants to be a real Frontier contender, it must counter those road setbacks by holding serve at home. And that's exactly...

HHS boys face road rematches

The Havre High boys basketball team has had a rough go of it so far in the 2017-18 season, but the good news for the Blue Ponies, is that there's more than enough time to turn things around. At 2-8...

Letter to the Editor - Northern Associated Students support sports complex

Editor, The Associated Students of Montana State University-Northern support Chancellor Greg Kegel, and the MSUN Administration, in the building of a sports complex. This sports complex and field on MSUN’s campus will increase the ongoing...

View from the North 40: Pamville News, the winter boredom edition

The burden of trying to be funny this week is too great for my tense and increasing stooped shoulders to bear. Fortunately, we here at Pamville News are fond of gathering odd news and this week has enough of that to fill the gap. They fought the...

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Community Events Calendar

Friday, Jan. 19 Artist reception of "Face Value," by Roberta Edwards, 6 - 8 p.m., Artitudes Gallery, upper level of the Atrium Mall. The public is invited for refreshments, live music and a visit with the artist. "Dinner with Friends," a Montana... Full story

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