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Articles from the January 24, 2019 edition

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Beeters who stand tall

Over the past few seasons, the Chinook Sugarbeeters have had more success than they have ever had in Class C boys basketball and they have done so thanks in part to two of the most unique players in...


One last night on the Armory mat for Northern seniors

The Montana State University-Northern Lights have one home dual left this season. And it promises to be a special one. Tonight, Northern will host the Dickinson State Blue Hawks inside the Armory...


Skylights aim to finish in Great Falls and Butte

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights have suffered some gut-wrenching, heartbreaking defeats the last few weeks in Frontier Conference play, including one last Saturday at Lewis-Clark...


Lights hoping for a repeat against Argos, Orediggers

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are going to play six of their last eight Frontier Conference games inside the Armory Gymnasium. But before the Lights get home, they have to try and keep...

 By Derek Hann    Local    January 24, 2019

Olson 'sustained in part and denied in part'

After a year-long process that went to arbitration, Havre Fire Department Capt. Dustin “D.J.” Olson will be returning to work at the Havre Fire Department. The fire department fired Olson last January and International Association of...


Prep, College Basketball, Wrestling Standings

Prep Basketball Standings GIRLS Central A Conf All Havre 5-0 12-0 Belgrade 2-2 7-5 Livingston 1-3 4-8 Lewistown 0-3 2-10 Eastern A Conf All Laurel 5-0 12-2 Billings Central 4-1 9-2 Hardin 5-2 10-2 Miles City 2-4 4-7 Glendive 1-4 4-7 Sidney 0-5 1-11...


For the Record, Jan. 24, 2019

Havre Police Department A Havre area caller reported Wednesday at 7:52 a.m. that she heard her stolen truck had been painted black and license plates changed. -- A Third Street caller reported having...


Obituary - Wilma Berg

Wilma Berg was born Dec. 21, 1924, in Hingham, MT, to August and Mildred Kickbusch. She died Jan. 20, 2019. Wilma lived in the Bear Paws, Havre, and attended Havre High School. She won first place at... Full story


Obituary - Terry M. Savage

DECKER - Terry M. Savage, 55, passed away peacefully at Peace Hospice Great Falls on the morning of January 22 due to critical burns sustained while welding on a fence on December 20, 2018. Terry was... Full story


Obituary - Richard Dean Stremcha

Richard Dean Stremcha, 77, passed away on January 16, 2019, at Peace Hospice in Great Falls with his wife, son and daughter by his side. On January 12, 2019, he suffered a massive stroke and was... Full story


Looking out my Backdoor: Merry Christmas in January

Dear Lee and Roy, Imagine my surprise when Leo handed me mail this morning. He climbs the stairs at the Mercado every Monday morning to check my mail box. I suspect the real reason Leo checks mail...


Letter to the Editor - Thanks for help on Native American Classic

The organizers of the Native American Classic from Rocky Boy and Box Elder Schools would like to thank Jody Olson, executive director of the Havre Chamber of Commerce, Gary and Leo’s Fresh Foods, Taco John’s, Pepsi and especially the Tourism... Full story


Letter to the Editor - Thank you for judge application process

Dear Editor I want to sincerely thank everyone who was a part of the city judge selection process. I worked very hard to prepare for the City Council meeting that was held on the evening of Tuesday January 22nd. I appreciate the support from the comm... Full story


Hunter education classes offered in Havre

Press release Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education classroom course dates have been set for the Havre area for this year.  Three regular youth classroom courses will be offered this spring. The courses will be held at Montana State Uni...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 24, 2019

Multiple scams reported hitting area

Residents warned to not give information over phone The Hill County Sheriff’s Office said local residents are reporting a variety of scams hitting the area, and has warned people not to give information out over the telephone to callers. One scam...


St. Jude's holds school Geo Bee championships

St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic School held its annual National Geographic Bee Wednesday afternoon in the gymnasium to determine who would represent St. Jude's at the state level. Eighth-grader Chase...


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