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 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    January 17, 2020 

Hi-Line Living: Anime offers avenue to HHS spirit

"Havre High School was the first high school in the state to have an Anime Club," Havre High School teacher and Anime Club advisor Victoria Proctor said. The group began through Proctor's youngest...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    January 17, 2020 

Local pushes to get Havre an HGTV town makeover

A local business owner is pushing to get people behind her efforts to get Havre on television with a town makeover. Boyce and Berry Flowers owner Kimmi Boyce made a Facebook post on Havre’s Questions, Comments and Concerns Wednesday encouraging...

 

St. Jude school closed today, Friday due to flu outbreak

St. Jude Thaddeus School announced Wednesday on its school Facebook page that it will be closed Thursday and Friday due to an outbreak of influenza at the school. St. Jude Thaddeus School Principal Mike Haugen said more than 30 percent of their stude...

 

Chamber continues goal of supporting local business

Editor’s note: This corrects the spelling of Havre Area Chamber of Commerce board member Kasey Dietz. Executive Director Julea Robbins said the Chamber is continuing in the next year in its mission...

 

Brown: Havre example of tough place making good, tough people

The 2020 president of the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce said the speaker at the Chamber's 11th annual meeting and banquet Wednesday is a well-known voice in the area. "Agriculture is a key to our com...

 

School board awards students recognition, hears area reports

The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees heard area reports and gave out five athletic academic achievement awards during its monthly regular meeting Tuesday.   Havre High School Activities...

 

County moves forward on plan for Milk River Levee

Work to bring the Havre-Milk River Levee back to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers specifications is continuing, with Hill County holding a conference call Monday to discuss the progress and what is next. “Basically we are trying to figure out if we...

 

Mental health council continues to seek more participants

Hill County Behavioral Health Local Advisory Council — formerly called the Mental Health Local Advisory Council — discussed how to be a voice for awareness, increase membership of consumers — people who utilize services — in the council...

 

Hobby gaming store opens in Holiday Village

A hobby gaming store has opened in the Holiday Village Mall called Sugar & Dice. "Sugar & Dice is a hobby gaming store where we are going to be carrying collectible card games like Magic: The...

 

Spelling bees sending students to county bee

Hill County schools are in the midst of their annual  local spelling bees to get ready for the Hill County Spelling Bee which is set for Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 9 a.m. in the Havre Middle School...

 

Milk River Gobblers continue mission, plan banquet

The Milk River Gobblers met for their weekly meeting Thursday and discussed their upcoming banquet and scholarship they give away at the end of each school year. The group was recently formed to promote game birds, conservation and hunting and...

 

MAT looks for summer interns for youth program

Montana Actors' Theatre is looking for four or five college students who want to help it continue its two-decade tradition of summer youth theater. The paid interns will oversee MAT's youth programs...

 

Lions swimmers heading to competition in Washington

Two athletes from the Havre Lions Swim Team, Audrey Taylor and Carson Sandstrom, have qualified to compete in the Washington Open in Federal Way, Washington, Jan. 16-19. "It's a really proud moment....

 

Park board hears more on beavers in Beaver Creek Park

Hill County Park Board met Monday and discussed beaver management options and beaver trapping reports, as well as park usage. Fran Buell of Gildford provided a beaver damage control report for the board. The document said, “At the December 2019...

 

Taylor Brown featured speaker at Chamber annual banquet

The annual Havre Area Chamber of Commerce banquet featuring guest speaker Northern Ag Network's Taylor Brown is set for Wednesday, Jan. 15, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Duck Inn Olympic Room. Chamber...

 

Benefit set for toddler going into surgery

A medical benefit for a Great Falls toddler with ties to the Hi-Line is set for this weekend. Kiari Marreel, 18-months, is scheduled for surgery Jan. 20, and a benefit to help with expenses is set for Saturday at 3 p.m. at Pit Stop Tavern, Raceway Ca...

 

Box Elder business students gear up for competition

Box Elder High School’s Business Professionals of America and American Indian Business Leaders are gearing up for competition this month, with members working to earn their way to regional, state and national events. “These competitions allow...

 

Crawford Distillery opens in new location

Crawford Distillery opens today at 3 p.m. in their new location 336 Second St., the former VFW Club. "It's been a long time coming. We've been redoing this building now for about six months, we're...

 

Locals talk about their New Year's resolutions

People were out ringing in the new year Tuesday night, ready to end one year and make a fresh start in the next. At the beginning of a new year people tend to make a list of goals, aspirations and...

 

Threat of St. Mary bull trout lawsuit resolved with planned consultations

A notice of intent to sue over a threatened species in the Rocky Mountains that concerned people trying to rehabilitate the Lifeline of the Hi-Line has been resolved, with two federal agencies saying...

 

Hi-Line Living: From Brutus to Santa

Some Havreites may know him as Martin Holt, but others know him as Santa Claus.  Holt has been a major draw to the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce's annual tree-lighting celebration at Town Square for...

 

Van Orsdel holding third Blue Christmas service

Havre Van Orsdel Methodist Church is hosting its third annual Blue Christmas Service to be held Sunday, starting at 7 p.m. “It is called Blue Christmas because it’s not necessarily always a joyous time of year for folks particularly for those...

 

Massive diaper donation made for children in foster care

Havre's Little Monkeys Daycare organized a diaper drive for Court Appointed Special Advocates - CASA - of Hill County and The Foster Closet and Wednesday delivered 3,000 diapers. "The diaper drive...

 

Fair board hears manager report, update on office roof

The Great Northern Fair Board held its monthly meeting Tuesday and heard the fair manager's report and discussed updates on upcoming events happening at the fairgrounds and news about the fair office...

 

Schreiner stumps for governor in Havre

Montana House of Representatives Minority Leader Casey Schreiner, D-Great Falls, was in Havre Saturday at Viszla Brewing, talking to voters about his gubernatorial campaign. Schreiner said Saturday...

 

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