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Pyette named new director of Sweet Medical

Dana Pyette, a Havre native, has taken on her new role as CEO for the Sweet Medical Center in Chinook and is excited for the new opportunity. "I have kind of an extensive background... — Updated 9/9/2015


100-year-old Masonic Temple changes hands

The owners of the Havre Historic Post Office have expanded their efforts to revitalize downtown Havre in buying the Masonic Temple across the street. Erica Farmer and Marc Whitacre... — Updated 9/8/2015


Fossil Festival comes back to Havre

The Fossil Festival started out as being for the Havre class of the '60s, but now all classes of Havre graduates are invited to the Great Northern Fairgrounds this weekend. Cheryl... — Updated 9/4/2015


Key Club brings Project Semicolon to Havre

The Havre High School Key Club is bringing Project Semicolon to the area for the first time. Project Semicolon comes during National Suicide Awareness Week, which begins Monday. National Suicide Awareness Day is Thursday, Sept. 10,... — Updated 9/3/2015


Havre police to push for child safety awareness

The Havre Police Department is joining up with a nationwide program to raise awareness and spread knowledge on child and Internet safety. Gabe Matosich, Havre police chief, said that basically what will happen is the National... — Updated 9/2/2015


Peterson withdraws child sex abuse pleas

Gary Peterson, who pleaded guilty in April to three of 32 counts of sexual abuse of children he was charged with, withdrew his guilty plea at his sentencing Monday. "There may be a... — Updated 9/2/2015


Havre Firefighters to 'Fill the Boot'

As part of the annual tradition firefighters across the nation uphold, the Havre Firefighters Local 601 will be on the streets of Havre Friday to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy Association. D.J. Olson, the president of the... — Updated 9/1/2015


Fort Belknap woman sentenced to three years probation, $13,135

Nicole Marie Brockie was found guilty and sentenced Thursday to three years probation and to pay a restitution of $13,135 for a charge of federal welfare assistance fraud Thursday. The Fort Belknap Indian Reservation resident was... — Updated 8/28/2015


Classes begin at MSU-Northern

Montana State University-Northern has opened its doors and welcomed returning and new students into the next phase of their lives. Classes began Monday, and people have been... — Updated 8/28/2015


Havre Trails releases hike schedule

Havre Trails, which focuses on promoting healthy living through hikes and alternative methods of transportation, has released a schedule of guided walks for autumn. The walks have been in the works for months and span a spectrum... — Updated 8/25/2015


Area Back to School 2015

Craig Mueller Principal of Havre High School and Assistant Superintendent Havre High School Principal Craig Mueller will be wearing an additional hat this school year as assistant... — Updated 8/24/2015


HiLine Living: Band camp

The annual Havre High School band camp prepares students for the upcoming season of shows and performances. The band camp is almost a week's worth of a full-time job for the... — Updated 8/21/2015


Havre airport opens back up for business

One runway at the Havre City-County Airport is back open and Cape Air will be continuing its regular schedule. Saturday, after being closed for 21 days, Cape Air will resume flights. Terry Knowlton, the airport manager, said both... — Updated 8/20/2015


BOR to investigate Fresno Dam

The Bureau of Reclamation is going to conduct geotechnical investigations at Fresno Dam from later this month to early October. According to a press release from BOR, the... — Updated 8/19/2015


Jury clears St. Marks of fraud allegations

A tribal jury found Chippewa Cree Business Committee Chairman Ken St. Marks not liable for the charges the committee has accused him of, a press release from St. Marks' attorneys... — Updated 8/18/2015


Ordinance for complete streets considered

The Havre City Ordinance Committee held a meeting prior to the City Council meeting Monday to discuss instating an ordinance or resolution that could change street accessibility. A... — Updated 8/18/2015


Learning what it takes

Students of the Havre Police Department's Citizen's Police Academy went out Saturday morning to the law enforcement gun range off 5th Avenue to shoot Glocks, shotguns and AR-15s.... — Updated 8/17/2015


Jonny Fritz hitting Havre

A Rolling Stones-recognized, worldwide-touring music artist will be playing in Havre Saturday. Jonny Fritz, 31, will be bringing his brand of folky country to the Havre Eagles... — Updated 8/14/2015


Hi-Line Living: The making of a mandolin

Stan Wall makes mandolins from scratch. Or, he used to. He made his last complete mandolin in 2005. After that, a myriad of medical problems led him to put down his wood-working too... — Updated 8/14/2015


Spud's Grub Hut to bring more options to Havre

Havre will be getting a new, Havreite-owned home-cooking sandwich restaurant in about three weeks or so. Spud's Grub Hut is being remodeled in the upcoming weeks in the building on... — Updated 8/11/2015


Fire takes out hay on moving truck

A semitractor-trailer had to cut its haul short after the hay bales it was carrying were ignited. Havre Fire Chief Tim Hedges said that after a preliminary investigation, they... — Updated 8/11/2015


Havre Trails plans walks and hikes

Havre Trails is gearing up for a full series of lecture walks and hikes this fall. A schedule of events will be released later in the month of August and will tentatively include a hike in the Sweetgrass Hills, a fall foliage... — Updated 8/11/2015


Bicyclists travel across America to help needy

A group of college-aged men and women will be traveling through Havre today on their bicycles on their way to help communities in need. Bike and Build is a program that rounds up people to travel as a group on routes around... — Updated 8/10/2015


Rocky Boy couple sentenced to five months each

A former president of Stone Child College and her husband, who was the head grounds manager at the college, were both sentenced to five months in federal prison Thursday. Melody and Frank Henry will also have to pay a restitution... — Updated 8/9/2015


Water main break damages historic Masonic Temple

A water main break under 3rd Avenue in front of the Masonic Temple on the 300 Block burst caused damage to the street and building Thursday. Water gushed through a sizable hole in... — Updated 8/8/2015


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