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 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 20, 2019 

Tester inserts Amtrak ticket agents in appropriations bill

Montana’s senior senator said Thursday he inserted language in a appropriations bill to benefit Montana, including language and funding to require Amtrak to bring ticket agents back to the Havre and Shelby stations. The language directing Amtrak to...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 20, 2019 

Local donations moving Northern stadium forward

Montana State University-Northern announced in a press release Thursday that local donations are moving the university closer to its goal of building its own football stadium, with two major donations providing siginificant help. Havre’s Tilleman f...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 13, 2019

Lawmakers continue push for Little Shell federal recognition

With the clock ticking on this year’s session, the members of Montana’s congressional delegation are continuing to work on passing federal recognition of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., said Thursday he...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 6, 2019

Toxic algal blooms suspected in Blaine County

Blaine County has posted its first signs warning people to use extreme caution at Cow Creek Reservoir southwest of Chinook, where it has first reported possible toxic algal bloom leading to the death of a young dog. Blaine County Sanitarian Ron...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 3, 2019

Cattle back grazing on Beaver Creek Park

Grazing season has begun again on Beaver Creek Park south of Havre, and people driving through the park are warned to take care and obey the nighttime speed limit. Local ranchers lease grazing for cattle on the park starting the day after Labor Day...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 30, 2019

Former Hill County attorney going to trial in Texas on shooting charge

A former Hill County attorney is going to trial in Abilene, Texas, on a charge accusing her of shooting her estranged husband multiple times at his home there. The attorney of Jessica Cole-Hodgkinson, who was Hill County attorney from November 2016...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 29, 2019

Northern swings into new academic year

Montana State University-Northern has started a new academic year touting some impressive figures. "As an institution, we are winning in all of the categories that a chancellor would want to be able...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 28, 2019

Forecast for Labor Day Weekend looks good

People planning their Labor Day Weekend activities are getting some cooperation from Mother Nature, with forecasts calling for warm temperatures and mostly sunny skies through the weekend in this area. This morning’s National Weather Service...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 23, 2019

Musem board sets date for meeting with fair board over items on fair grounds

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board announced today it has set a date to meet with the Great Northen Fair Board to draft a memorandum of understanding about museum items on the Great Northern Fairgrounds. Museum board Chair Lela Patera said the...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 22, 2019

Events planned by Suicide Awareness Coalition in August, September

The Hill County Suicide Awareness Coalition has events planned starting this weekend running through September, including its annual Suicide Awareness Walk Sept. 12. The theme for this year’s walk is “It’s Time! To ask. To listen. To...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 21, 2019

Harlem man killed in early morning crash near Dodson

Authorities have released the name of an 18-year-old man from the Harlem-Dodson area who was pronounced dead on the scene of a crash near Dodson Tuesday morning. Phillips County Sheriff Jerry Lytle said Caleb Arthur Ditmar was the driver of the...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 19, 2019

People warned of Social Security scams rampant in the area

Officials are warning people that scams from callers pretending to be from the Social Security Administration are running through the state and in north-central Montana, with scammers targeting people of all ages. Hill County’s Area X Council on...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 15, 2019

Potential harmful algal blooms reported in Beaver Creek Park

Hill County Health Departments says on its Facebook page it has received reports of potential harmful algal blooms on Beaver Creek Reservoir and Bear Paw Lake south of Havre. People are warned to use...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 15, 2019

Social Security fraud calls hitting area

Hill County's Area X Council on Aging reports it is receiving multiple calls in the last few days reporting Social Security fraud calls, including from people in their 30s. Montana Senior Medicare...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 14, 2019

Montana congressional delegation comments on endangered species proposal

A Montana U.S. senator was in the spotlight when U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced proposed changes to administration of the Endangered Species Act, and the announcement split t...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 7, 2019

Help asked for finding missing man

Family and friends of a man who went missing in the Denver region are looking for any word people can give them about him. U.S. Marine Trey Cantrell was last seen about 3 a..m or 4 a.m. Tuesday, July...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 6, 2019

Pizza Hut benefit set for local man with kidney failure

Harvey "Mush" Morsette is back in Seattle undergoing more testing in the hope he can have a kidney transplant, but people can help him by eating some Pizza Hut pizza Thursday. Morsette said he has...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 26, 2019

USDA gives details on trade war ag aid package

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced more details Thursday of a $16 billion package aimed at supporting American agricultural producers while the Trump Administration continues to work on trade. In May, President Donald Trump...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 24, 2019

Heat brings red flag fire warnings to the region

High temperatures and gusty winds are bringing fire warnings to north-central Montana. National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for today running from Glacier County down to the Butte and Bozeman regions and running east to parts of Valley...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 23, 2019

Tuss, Morrow appointed to Montana council on climate change

Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of the name of Jayne Morrow. Two local residents were among a lengthy list of people Gov. Steve Bullock appointed to the Montana Climate Solutions Council....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 19, 2019

Temps mild for fair but to turn hot next week

The weather has been mild — if windy — for the Great Northern Fair, but people might want to prepare for some warmer temperatures next week as the thermometer is expected to creep into the 90s for several days. At the opening of most events at t...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 17, 2019

Stone Child College hosting beginning farmer and rancher event

Stone Child College at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation is hosting a Beginning Farmer and Rancher Resource and Technical Assistance Project Sunday and Monday at the college. People are asked to pre-register for the event by Friday. A poster...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 16, 2019

Montana's congressional delegation weighs in on Trump 'go back' tweet

The members of Montana's congressional delegation have jumped into the controversial Twitter war started by a tweet President Donald Trump made Sunday telling four progressive congresswomen they...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 15, 2019

New candidate joins race in time for Dem convention

A man with ties to this part of north-central Montana announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate just in time for the Democratic state convention, held over the weekend in Helena. John Mues of Loma said in his announcement Thursday about running as...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 11, 2019

Higher temperatures expected in north-central Montana

After a relatively mild, and finally rainy, late spring and early summer, the temperatures are expected to creep up over the weekend — though the forecast is for slightly lower highs at the start of the Great Northern Fair in Havre next week....

 

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