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Havre Middle School evacuated, district says all students safe

02:22 p.m. Havre Public Schools announced Havre Middle School is locked and no one is allowed to be at the school and all activities have been canceled. 02:10 p.m. — Havre Public Schools announced on its website and via telephone and text...

For the Record, March 20, 2018

Havre Police Department Sommer Ann Dodson of Havre, 36, was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license and failure to carry proof of vehicle insurance, during a vehicle stop on 17th Street West Monday at 7:57 a.m....

From the courts: District Court

A local man received six months in the county jail for stealing several items from a local ranch. Brett Matkovich, born in 1982, was sentenced last week in state District Court in Havre to six months in the county jail for the misdemeanor offense... Full story

From the courts: District Court

A local man received seven years probation Monday in District Court in Havre for being found impaired and in illegal possession of a pistol and prescription medication. Eric William Brewer of Havre, born in 1993, was sentenced to seven years with... Full story

Council approves Chamber receiving tourism promotion funds

A resolution recognizing the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce as the city’s Convention and Visitors Bureau was passed 7-0 by the City Council at their Monday night meeting, making the Chamber eligible to receive state funds to promote the city as a...

Obituary - Rhonda L. Olson

Rhonda L. Olson, 63, passed away at her residence due to natural causes Thursday, March 15, 2018. Cremation has taken place, and a private graveside service has been held. A celebration of Rhonda's... Full story

Obituary - Dorothy A. Solomon

Dorothy A. Solomon, 87, passed away due to natural causes at her residence Sunday, March 18, 2018.  A viewing will be held Thursday from 2 until 6:30 p.m. at Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel. The Rosary will be said at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 22,... Full story

Obituary - Wanda O'Donnell

Wanda O’Donnell of Havre, 80, passed away March 17, 2018. Private family services in Havre are... Full story

Pony tennis teams preparing as best they can

March 12, the Havre High tennis teams started their season. It just wasn't in the way the Blue Ponies were used to. The first day of Havre High's 2018 season, and, possibly many more like it, was...

Andrew Rolin era will begin with an 11-game schedule

New Montana State University-Northern head football coach Andrew Rolin won't coach his first game for the Lights for more than five months now. But now he knows the schedule of games he'll have in...

Harlem cagers honored

The Harlem girls basketball team had a big season, a historic season, and its not over yet. The District 2B released its all-conference all-state teams recently, and three Harlem girls were honored....

Letter to the Editor - Blue Pony girls a star in a long winters night

Editor, In early December, my wife and I decided to go to the first game of the season for the Havre High School basketball team. We had such a good time, we went back the next night to watch them play again. After the second game we were hooked....

Gianforte launches assault on public lands

Congressman Gianforte is proposing two bills in Congress that amount to the largest reversal of public lands protection in Montana’s history. From the Upper Missouri River Breaks to the most remote corner of the Bitterroot Mountains, Gianforte...

Kathleen Williams: the best choice for women's rights and reproductive health

In 2018, we are at a crossroads for women’s rights and reproductive health. Who we select in the election for the U.S. House will have immense consequences for women in Montana and across the country. We have been here before. Forty-six years ago...

Students shouldn't have to take the lead on gun safety

I support all the students in Montana and across the country who are voicing their concerns about gun violence. The walkouts and March for Our Lives deserve our respect and recognition. We should be embarrassed that teenagers are showing the...

Letter to the Editor - North Central Montana Pheasants Forever benefits conservation

Editor, The North Central Montana chapter of Pheasants Forever has been a hub of conservation along the Hi-Line for over 30 years. Thanks to generous support from local communities and hunters, the chapter has funded many projects to benefit...

Community Events Calendar

Tuesday, March 20 Salary Negotiation Workshop, 5:15 - 8:15 p.m., Cowan Hall Room 314, MSU-Northern. This free workshop will cover gender wage gap, researching salaries, creating a budget and negotiating salary and benefits. Preregister at... Full story

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