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Montana painter visits Havre

Missoula-based painter Laura Blaker visited Havre Tuesday on her trek to paint every main street in Montana. This was her first time in Havre, Blaker said, adding that she couldn’t wait to visit Havre Beneath the Streets. Blaker, who studied...

 

Cyclists make their way through Havre for a cause

Bike the U.S. for MS made a stop in Havre Monday on the long Northern Tier section of the ride, which began May 27 in Bar Harbor, Maine, and will end in Seattle, Aug. 4. The ride is in support of...

 

Annual fundraising event to be held at senior center

This Friday and Saturday the North Central Senior Center will be holding their Annual Fundraising Rummage and Food Sale featuring cinnamon rolls and Indian tacos, which are all cooked at the center....

 

Havre men work to preserve local high school history

Two community members are aiming to preserve annuals from the past while raising money for Havre High School. The friends, Ron Hellman and Jerry Engleson, are now housing, between them, more than 700...

 

Hi-Line group hopes to make a difference

On the heels of a June that saw Seattle ban plastic straws and utensils at all restaurants, a Starbucks' announcement to ban plastic straws in their stores by 2020, and a cover story in National...

 

Early-morning crash sends one person to the hospital

A semi-truck versus motorcycle crash on U.S. Highway 2 West sent one person to the hospital early this morning and temporarily closed all lanes of traffic on the highway. A call came to the Montana Highway Patrol at 5:40 a.m. for a crash injury on...

 

Museum board prepares for the future

During their July meeting, the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board members voted and approved their new officers and discussed the future of the museum should the Holiday Village Mall close suddenly. H. Earl and Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 9, 2018

Annual fair brings fun to Blaine County

Saturday morning the Blaine County Fair brought sunshine, food, rides and animals to the Hi-Line. The Blaine County Fair, which started Wednesday and finished Sunday, included a carnival, food...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 6, 2018

Hi-Line Living - FOOD, FUN AND PRIDE

Red, white and blue were the colors of the day, while the sounds of live music mingled with the laughter and happy squeals of children, the smell of hotdogs and hamburgers wafted through the air, and...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 6, 2018

Man in remission learns he developed incurable cancer

An area man who fought and beat cancer last year found out last week that he again has cancer and this time it is incurable. Waylon Day Child, 35, who spent nine months in Seattle last year successfully battling lymphoma, was told the news last...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 5, 2018

Fourth of July brings festivities to Pepin Park

The annual Fourth of July celebration in Pepin Park provided fun for families and people of all ages Wednesday. The event included a flag ceremony, live music, a barbecue lunch, raffles, sno-cones, fa...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 3, 2018

Beaver Creek Park gets ready for busy holiday weekend

Updates about and pictures of the work done on the new trail near Rotary Falls at Beaver Creek Park were presented to the Hill County Park Board Monday during its monthly meeting. Lindsey Bennett of...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 2, 2018

Independence Day kick-off set for Blaine County Fair

Five days of fun, food and events in Blaine County will kick off the summer fair season in the area. Chinook will play host to the Blaine County Fair at the Blaine County Fairgrounds with the main events Wednesday through Sunday and a 4-H horse show...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 2, 2018

Fair Foundation prepares for 2018 fair

Saturday morning, the Great Northern Fairgrounds were filled with the sound of lumber being unloaded and hammers working as members of the Great Northern Fair Foundation put together new picnic...

 

Cultural cooking in Hill County

Asian cuisine highlighted the night as Montana State University's Hill County Extension Office finished up their four-session Cooking Across Cultures series. "This is something new in Hill County and...

 

Area Relay for Life canceled

The Relay for Life of North Central Montana, which was formed by the combination of the Hill County and Blaine County relays last year, was unexpectedly canceled this week. The event, which has been held in Hill and Blaine counties for decades, is...

 

Burning Bike Rally to be held in Chester

The 2018 Burning Bike Rally, hosted by the Warrior Creed Veteran Motorcycle Club, will be held July 6-7 at The Roadhouse Bar in Chester to support K9 Care of Montana. This is the third year of the...

 

Name of woman killed in Beaver Creek crash released

Officials have released the name of a women killed in an early morning one-vehicle crash in Beaver Creek Park Tuesday that sent two others to the hospital. Hill County Sheriff and Coroner Jamie Ross said the woman killed in the crash was June Marie...

 

Traditional Fourth of July celebration continues

This year marks the 18th year of what has become an important family-friendly Havre event — the Fourth of July celebration at Pepin Park. “Originally it started out as a family gathering … the Woodwicks,” celebration chair Sherri Simonson...

 

Early morning car crash leaves one dead

A one-car rollover motor vehicle crash resulted in one fatality early this morning. The crash happened on Montana Secondary Highway 234 — Beaver Creek Highway — going toward Rotary Pond, Havre Fire Chief Mel Paulson said. The Hill County...

 

4-H club to open Little Free Library

Friday at noon, the Hill County 4-H Chirping Meadowlarks will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their Little Free Library, or LFL, at Gary & Leo’s Fresh Foods. “(The) club decided to make a Little Free Library … to help provide opportunities...

 

Fairbank to be new Blaine County commissioner

This Friday a new Blaine County commissioner will be sworn in as former chair Charles Kulbeck resigns from his position. Kulbeck, whose term was supposed to end in December of this year, put in his resignation about a month ago to end his term as...

 

Spay/neuter clinic fills up fast

A  free-will offering spay and neuter clinic being held in Havre June 30 and July 1 at the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line is full, but a waitlist and vaccinations are still available and a nonprofit is being formed that might help offer more...

 

Hi-Line Living: War Talk

One hundred years after the end of the Great War, H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum kicked off it's Summer Speaker series with a speech about World War I and Havre. The first speech of the summer, titled...

 

Schizoid Johnny Zortman concert rescheduled

A free performance by Hays-Lodge Pole High School band director John Steinhardt as his alter ego Schizoid Johnny in Zortman was canceled last Friday and is now rescheduled for Saturday. The original concert, which was canceled because of the rain,...

 

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