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 By Stephen Real    Local    November 13, 2018 

Havre High School closed today due to possible threat

Havre High School was placed on a lockout this morning after more troubling graffiti was discovered within the school. Havre Public Schools Superintendent Andy Carlson said it is a police matter at...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 13, 2018 

Local resident asks for community's help to remain cancer free

Twenty-nine-year-olds are generally focusing on their careers or budding families or enjoying life after college, but, one local resident, instead, is fighting to remain cancer free and has a fundrais...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 13, 2018 

Museum numbers slump heading into winter

Despite heading into the holiday season, the number of visitors to the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum has decreased, museum Director Emily Mayer said during the Clack Museum board meeting Monday night at Havre Inn and Suites. “Our numbers are not...

 

No small parts: Fort Belknap vet recalls brief time in Navy

Life takes everyone on different journeys or to different places and for a resident of Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, his time in the U.S. Navy took him further than he imagined. Cranston Hawley...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 9, 2018

Bullhook set for Dancing with Havre Stars

Local Havre celebrities will dazzle the community this Saturday as they put their dancing shoes on for the third annual Dancing with the Havre Stars. Bullhook Community Health Center is sponsoring...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 8, 2018

Writing on Havre High bathroom wall being treated as vandalism

Despite an increased law enforcement presence in the district, Havre Public Schools Superintendent Andy Carlson said this morning that the district is no longer using the word "threat" to refer to an...

 

Incumbents retain seats, Senate race too close to call

Results are mainly in for local legislative races although in one, it is still too close to call. With 25 of 26 precincts reported at 10 this morning, incumbent Sen. Russ Tempel, R-Chester, held a...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 7, 2018

Havre high students set for one-act productions

An outlandish newscast, an examination of break-ups, a glimpse of teachers behind the scenes and an abbreviated history of the Civil War are all productions that are slated for Havre High School's...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 7, 2018

Havre High taking precautions after threat discovered in bathroom

An increased presence of police will be at Havre High School Thursday -- in addition to the Havre police officer already stationed there as a resource officer -- after a threat was discovered in a boys’ bathroom at the school this afternoon. The...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 6, 2018

Park Board talks technology and folf course

The Hill County Park Board met in the Hill County Courthouse Timmons Room Monday night and heard some potential developments in mapping the park and a new activity for the community. Community member Lou Hagener said he spoke with Thomas Welch,...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    November 2, 2018

County commissioners to decide on planning updates

The Hill County commissioners met Thursday afternoon to review updates to the growth policy for the county. Paul Tuss, executive of Bear Paw Development, confirmed that, per law, every county is required to have an up-to-date growth policy. Clay...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 30, 2018

Havre businesses offer trick or treat alternatives

Many Havre business and organizations are offering activities this Halloween for children and parents looking break away from the traditional door-to-door trick or treating. Havre-Hill County Library...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 30, 2018

Students learn procedures at Havre ACE High

Havre students got experience in ground school training as part of the Aviation Career Education program for high school students over the weekend of Oct. 19 through Oct. 21 at the Havre City-County...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 29, 2018

Clack Museum foundation meeting regales members with dinner and history

It was an evening of food, drinks and lively discussion as the H. Earl and Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum Foundation held its annual Friends of the Clack Museum Celebration at the Duck Inn Vineyard Room Saturday evening. The evening began...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 26, 2018

ELF drive a success, exceeds last year's total

The manager of the Havre Food Bank said the staff wants to thank the community for helping to make this year's Everybody Loves Firefighters food drive even better than last year. Samantha Nimmick,...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 26, 2018

Havre animal shelter addressing cat problem

The Havre Animal Shelter has begun a program aimed at reducing the feral cat population that is becoming a major issue in the community. Havre Animal Control Officer Peter Federspiel said the problem is a mixture of a growing cat population as well...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 25, 2018

MAT to undertake challenge of Sweeney Todd

Montana Actors’ Theatre is set to perform its most grueling production of the season in “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” which opens Friday at the Atrium Mall. “Sweeney Todd...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 23, 2018

Food Bank prepares for upcoming holiday season

The Havre Food Bank is preparing for the holiday season with the annual Everybody Loves Firefighters event this Wednesday and Thursday evening. Along with the E.L.F. Drive, the Town Pump’s fundraiser Be A Friend Indeed, Help a Friend in Need is...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 23, 2018

Northern students receive Mike Rowe Foundation scholarships

A pair of Montana State University-Northern students were awarded national-level scholarships from a high-profile source that will help them build toward future careers within the trades. The Mike Row...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 22, 2018

E.L.F. food drive looking for another strong year

Havre firefighters are getting ready to take to the streets Wednesday and Thursday as part of their annual Everybody Loves Firefighters food drive for the Havre Food Bank. The E.L.F. drive has been going on for about 25 years, firefighter Cody...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 22, 2018

St. Jude's Pumpkin Patch brings community together

The spirit of fall was on full display at the St. Jude's Pumpkin Patch over the weekend as children ran about with smiles on their faces giving parents plenty of picture opportunities. A tractor...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 19, 2018

Northern gains national recognition for economic mobility

Montana State University-Northern now has another accolade to boast about after a report by Zippia named Northern the top school in the state for economic mobility and 15th in the country. Zippia...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 18, 2018

Local historian connects past with our future

The sixth-grade Montana history classes at Havre Middle School got a crash course in archaeology from former history teacher Jima Magera. From Monday to Wednesday, Magera had been bringing in his own...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 17, 2018

Fair board discusses renovations to fairgrounds

The Great Northern Fair Board had several ideas during its monthly meeting Tuesday where the funds should be allocated should a proposed mill levy to fund the fairgrounds pass this election cycle. Board Chair Tyler Smith said he and Vice Chair Scott...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 16, 2018

St. Jude's pumpkin patch growing strong

The second annual St. Jude's Pumpkin Patch is back with some new additions, and still promises to deliver a good time for all. The Pumpkin Patch is scheduled for Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7...

 

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