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Elementary students celebrate their art in Pepin Park

Lincoln-McKinley Primary School students helped decorate Pepin Park's bathrooms this month with local artist Madison Ruff, and the students gathered at Pepin Park to admire the... — Updated 9/26/2023


Festival Days celebrates 130 years of community

Havre Festival Days again brought a weekend of fun and events, filling the town with activities from Friday through Sunday. This year's theme focused on the anniversary of Havre's... — Updated 9/18/2023


MAT producing Death By Chocolate Saturday

One of the bigger events of Montana Actors' Theatre season is coming up next week - its annual Death By Chocolate seasonal fundraiser and gala. Andi Daniel will be directing this... — Updated 9/15/2023


Clack Museum Board discusses changes for museum

The H. Clack Museum Board members met Monday evening to discuss new and unfinished business for the museum. The board also welcomed new member Dave Martens to the board, and a vote... — Updated 9/14/2023


Havre's annual Air Fair set for Sept. 9

Editor's note: This version corrects that the Air Fare breakfast is free with free-will donations accepted. A tradition more than eight decades long continues next week, with the... — Updated 9/2/2023


New photography business opening soon in Atrium

Sondra Eacker just moved to Havre and opened a family photography business. Eacker and her husband, Anthony, as well as their two children, Aubrey, 8, and Tanner, 6, sold their... — Updated 8/31/2023


Local artist wins Paint the State anti-meth contest

Casandra Lamas won first place in the Montana Meth Project Paint the State contest for her mural, "Spread Your Wings and Fly," on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation. All of the grand... — Updated 8/29/2023


An explosion of toads on the Hi-Line

This region recently saw a massive growth in the number of toads in the area, leading to people reporting seeing them where they had not seen them before and seeing mass migrations... — Updated 8/23/2023


Havre High marching band prepares for school year

Havre High School band teacher Cullen Hinkle has been working with high school students, in grades 9-12, to get ready for the start of the school year. Hinkle directed the marching... — Updated 8/22/2023


MAT Youth Production showing 'The Velveteen Rabbit'

MAT Youth Production will be performing "The Velveteen Rabbit" for the next two weeks starting tonight. The story of "The Velveteen Rabbit" follows a child who is given a gift of a... — Updated 7/27/2023


Havre Salvation Army gets ready for local Back-To-School program

The Havre Salvation Army is offering backpacks and various school supplies through their Back-To-School program to children from kindergarten through grade 12 who attend schools in the Havre area. The Salvation Army has partnered... — Updated 7/19/2023


Montana Meth Project reaches Rudyard

Editor’s note: This version corrects Jaye Dee Han’s relationship with Drake McIntosh and removes incorrect information on project sponsor Dennis and Phyllis Washington... — Updated 7/10/2023


Havre locals celebrate Fourth of July at Pepin Park festival

Pepin Park was filled with people Tuesday afternoon to eat food and listen to music in celebration of Independence Day. The celebration began with a flag ceremony by Havre Boy... — Updated 7/5/2023


Rudyard's Fossil Fest set for this weekend

The Rudyard Dinosaur Museum and the Rudyard Community Commercial Club are collaborating this year to put on Rudyard’s very first family-friendly Fossil Fun Fest Friday and Saturday. The gathering was prepared with the support of... — Updated 7/3/2023


Hill County pollinator project expands in size for 2024 season

Hill County Conservation District Administrator Emma Korntheuer is looking for people to participate in a new pollinator program she is preparing. The program is meant to maximize plant survival and sprouting with minimal... — Updated 6/30/2023


Montana 500 brings Model Ts through Havre

Car enthusiasts had a chance for a thrill Tuesday at Havre's Subway, when the drivers of 16 Model T's stopped for lunch during their trip in the 2023 Montana 500. The event takes... — Updated 6/21/2023


Montana Meth Project mural displayed at Box Elder High School

A mural by a local student now adorns Box Elder High School to warn people about and urge them not to start taking methamphetamine. Box Elder graduating senior Juliet MacDonald... — Updated 6/16/2023


Rotary Club Father's Day Fishing Derby set for Sunday

Havre's Rotary Club continues a famous tradition this weekend, hosting a Father's Day fishing event. The event will be held on Father's Day, Sunday, June 18, with registration from... — Updated 6/16/2023


Decorating Havre with scenic murals

Havre-local Madison Ruff, now based out of Los Angeles in the winter and living here in the summer, continues to bring color to the town. This spring, she has been painting murals a... — Updated 6/9/2023


Women's Trap League recruiting for the 2023 summer season

Editor’s note: This verson corrects the spelling of Christen Obresley’s name in the photograph caption. With summer approaching, Havre's Women's Trap League is looking to... — Updated 5/30/2023


VFW and American Legion prepare to commemorate Memorial Day

American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars are preparing to commemorate Memorial Day Monday, working with the newly re-established VFW Auxillary. “We encourage all who are able to join us in this honor,” VFW Post 497 Com... — Updated 5/26/2023


National Guard takes bosses to the skies in Havre

Montana National Guard celebrated employers supporting members of the U.S. Armed Forces at the Havre City-County Airport Friday afternoon, giving local employers rides in a Montana... — Updated 5/16/2023


Fair board approves renovations for fairground bathrooms

The Great Northern Fair Board decided Tuesday at a special meeting to move forward with getting some new bathrooms at the fairgrounds. The board met with the Great Northern Fair Fou... — Updated 5/10/2023


Northern students prepare business plans to help Feed My Sheep

Montana State University-Northern business class students present new, innovative ideas for the Feed My Sheep Soup Kitchen, as its director is considering some major changes... — Updated 5/9/2023


Urban chickens brought up at City Council

The topic of urban chickens was again raised to Havre City Council at its monthly meeting Monday. Havre resident Al Garver has started a petition to allow urban chickens in the... — Updated 5/3/2023


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