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 By Stephen Real    Local    January 15, 2019 

Grant bringing signage, brochures for local trails

Some new signs will be going up in Beaver Creek Park. Havre Trails was awarded a $5,020 grant from Montana Department of Commerce Tourism Grants program and will be using the funds to help highlight...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 15, 2019 

H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum to close for four weeks

Members of the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum board met Monday night at Havre Inn and Suites and discussed temporarily closing the museum for four weeks starting Monday. Board member Val Hickman said...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 11, 2019

Northern to host guest speaker to present different perspective for MLK day

Montana State University-Northern will host guest speaker Ken Robinson at Cowan Hall Tuesday to talk about the civil rights movement in Montana. Northern Multicultural Center Director Cristina Estrada-Underwood said while the talk will be inspired...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 11, 2019

County Commissioners approve resolutions for funding

The Hill County Commissioners met Thursday morning to go over a couple of resolutions to provide more funding for the Hill County sheriff/coroner and for Hill County Health Department. The board voted unanimously to pass Resolution 19-2574 regarding...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 10, 2019

Murphy: Loss of Belgrade requires Class A realignment

During an area report presented at Tuesday’s Havre Public School Board of Trustees’ meeting, Havre High School Activities Director Dennis Murphy told the board that, with Belgrade moving out of the Central A conference to become Class AA next...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 9, 2019

MAT brings pair of classic American dramas to the stage

Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of the name of Denae Ellis and states that she is assistant director of “Death of a Salesman.” Montana Actors' Theatre is kicking off the new year...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 9, 2019

Superintendent unveils new program for Havre school security

During the Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday night at Havre Middle School, Superintendent Andy Carlson unveiled a new security measure that will be implemented in all five schools. The program is called the Raptor program and...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 8, 2019

Tech workshop helps seniors to better understand their smartphones

Many senior citzens attended a technology workshop sponsored by the Montana Association for the Blind Monday afternoon with questions regarding their smartphones or regular cellphones and many left...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 8, 2019

Park board reviews haying policy and sends it back to committee

Hill County Park Board was asked by its Haying and Grazing Committee to review an item in the Haying Policy at the board’s meeting Monday night in the Timmons Room of the Hill County Courthouse. Aubrey Williams, assistant to Beaver Creek Park...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    January 4, 2019

Tech session aimed at helping seniors and visually impaired

As cellphones, tablets and computers become more elaborate, some senior citizens and people with visual impairments struggle to keep up with the latest technology, but the Montana Association for the Blind is sponsoring a workshop Monday at 12:30...

 

Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign makes the 11-hour victory

Last week, the Salvation Army Havre Service Center was $10,000 short of its goal of $28,000 for its Red Kettle Campaign. In the end, the Havre community came through and helped the Salvation Army exceed its goal. Havre Salvation Army Social Services...

 

Federal government shutdown affects local communities

The third government shutdown of 2018 has completed its first week and many agencies statewide are feeling the effects, including in north-central Montana. Fort Belknap Indian Reservation said that,...

 

Local students' films selected for international film festival

A former Havre High School student and current Havre High student have had their films selected for entry in the Flathead Lake International Cinemafest - known as FLIC - which is set for Jan. 25-27. C...

 

Trade fair and food drive a success for local schools

Sunnyside Intermediate School held its annual Trade Fair Dec. 13 and St. Jude Thaddeus School wrapped up its food drive last week, with both schools feeling more than satisfied with the results. The Sunnyside Trade Fair was put on by the fifth-grade...

 

Celebrating Christmas traditions in Havre

Families come from all around the Hi-Line to participate in the many Christmas themed events here in Havre. Many of the events started Thanksgiving weekend and will continue through this weekend....

 

Fire in Box Elder burns about 50 acres

Last night about 9 p.m., the Rocky Boy Fire Department received a call that a wild-land fire had started just outside of Box Elder on Lower Box Elder Road. Fire Management Officer Theron Oats said the department initially responded to the fire and...

 

Local day care receives highest rating

Debbie McCormick runs Debbie's Daycare and recently applied for and received a STAR 3 rating as part of Best Beginnings STARS to Quality Program. McCormick received the STAR 3 rating which, STARS...

 

MAT looking for feedback for future shows

Montana Actors' Theater is inviting the public to take a short survey about how to improve the troupe and the way it serves the community. Artistic Director Jay Pyette said the public can go to the...

 

Grazing and haying committee works toward policies for 2019

Editor’s note: This version corrects comments on the reflectors Montana Department of Transportation installed on the edges of parts of Montana Secondary Highway 234 in Beaver Creek Park and about...

 

St. Jude students giving back to troops, community

St. Jude Thaddeus School is tracking the work its students are doing to help others this Christmas season, both locally and overseas. In the foyer of the school, a paper thermometer is taped up to...

 

Sunnyside teaches economics and giving back through Trade Fair

Sunnyside Intermediate School’s annual Trade Fair is not just a lesson in economics for the fifth-grade students, but also a way for them to learn to give back to the community. The Trade Fair is set for tonight from 6 to 7 in the Sunnyside gym....

 

Local author returns to promote release of ninth book

BilliJo Doll said that in her newest book, "My eMpTy Life," she hopes to show people that just because Montana is a big state with a small population doesn't mean it's lacking in character. The book...

 

Awards given and attendance lauded during Havre school board meeting

Two high school students were presented with an award at the beginning of the Havre Public School Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday night in Havre Middle School’s Assembly Room. The board presented Havre High School football player Kasee Henderson...

 

Keeping It Real: Traditions, old and new

Christmas is just 14 jolly days away. I’m sure some of you have or are still gathering presents for family and friends. Others are probably planning and preparing for family and friends to visit. For me, it reminds me of traditions my family had....

 

Dinosaur Christmas a huge success

Dinosaur Christmas was a success, members of the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board said during their meeting Monday night at Havre Inn and Suites. Museum Director Emily Mayer said about 255 people visited the museum that day. “It certainly booste...

 

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