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Continuing the tradition

The local Catholic school will celebrate its long history of education in Havre next week during National Catholic Schools Week. The Rev. Dale Yurkovic, superintendent of St. Jude Thaddeus School, said he has appreciated the...

 

MSU-N automotive facility among cuts made by governor

Hearing that funds for the new automotive technology center were cut from the state budget was a difficult pill to swallow, the dean of Montana Stuate University- Northern's College of Technical Sciences said this morning. "This... Full story

 

MAT to present 'Cupid and Psyche'

The local acting troupe is bringing a mixture of old and new to Havre this weekend when it opens a production of Joseph Fisher's "Cupid and Psyche" Friday. Montana Actors' Theatre director Audrey Barger said the play, which retells...

 

Otjen challenges Rehberg in primary

Things are starting to heat up in the state-level races for office, with new filings by candidates on the national level and for the state Public Service Commission. A Montana State Univers i t y Billings professor has filed as a...

 

Storm sweeps the state, blankets Havre area

After a couple of weeks of warm weather, Mother Nature brought winter back to the area with a vengeance over the weekend, with storms dropping more than 10 inches of snow in Havre and blanketing most of the eastern portion with hea...

 

Havre High goes to Northern for biodiesel training

Havre High School students had the opportunity to use topend equipment to learn about the future of fuels as they made biodiesel in the Applied Technology Cent e r at Montana Stat e University-Northern. "It gives the kids a better... Full story

 

Norquay sentenced to 10 more years

Kim A. "Junior" Norquay of Havre and Hays, born in 1979, was sentenced in state District Court in Havre to 10 years as a persistent felony offender after he pleaded guilty in a plea agreement to possession of a weapon by prisoner....

 

Election filings for local, state, national offices

Things were busy at the Hill County Clerk and Recorder's Office — and the Montana Secretary of State's Office — Thursday with the opening of the candidate filing for the 2010 elections. On the federal level, Democrat Dennis McD... Full story

 

Saving the environment

A Libby logger who speaks around the nation and has created a presidentially recognized educational program brought a message of woe — and success and hope — to agriculture producers at the winter grazing seminar in Havre Thurs...

 

Economic roundtable

Officials heard a variety of ideas and comments on job creation in north-central Montana during an economic roundtable in Havre Wednesday, ranging from the government taking a hands-off approach to ideas on what investments could... Full story

 

Tester to speak during grazing seminar

The keynote speaker during an agricultural seminar is Montana's junior senator, who will focus on his legislation on Montana forest policy and how it would affect agriculture. Sen. Jon Tester's communications director Aaron Murphy...

 

Steering Northern

A new face is taking the helm of the private organization that helps fund the local university. Shauna Albrecht, 33, a native of Helena, will take over the Montana State University-Northern Foundation Monday, Jan. 25, she said...

 

Northern looks to replace retiring Provost Joe Callahan

Montana State University-Northern is searching for a replacement for its provost, who is ending a relationship with Havre's university that goes back to 1973. Joe Callahan, who left in 1986 and came back to Northern in a two-year... Full story

 

Swearing in the new

At Havre City Council's first meeting of the year, several new public officials were sworn in, including Mayor Tim Solomon. City Clerk Lowell Swenson swore Solomon in before a near-capacity crowd in City Hall Monday. Outgoing... Full story

 

Ringing in the New Year

People at Northern Winz Casino on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation had a rare way to start their new year, as country music superstar Pam Tillis performed New Year's Eve. "It's great to be here," Tillis said as she opened her show,...

 
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