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 By Alex Ross    Local    February 4, 2016

Northern looks at football stadium, vets' center

Montana State University-Northern Chancellor Greg Kegel told a meeting of the Montana State University Council in Bozeman Wednesday, that a veterans success center and a football stadium are two...

 

Signing Day 2016: Lights ink 33 future gridders

The Montana State University-Northern Lights went through a difficult rebuilding season last fall. But, when National Signing Day rolled around, it became clear the Lights aren’t looking back. On...

 

Skylights face daunting road games

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team has suffered two difficult losses on the road last weekend. But, life won't get any easier for head coach Chris Mouat's squad this week. T...

 

Lights hope to hit stride at Tech, LC State

It's been a tough Frontier Conference season so far the Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team. And, a tough six-game road trip continues this weekend. Tonight, the Lights (3-7,...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 4, 2016

Fort Belknap calls for more on voting offices

The Fort Belknap Indian Community Council has written a letter to Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch requesting that she use her authority to direct Blaine County to establish “fully equal satellite voting offices” on the reservation. In...

 

Blue Ponies host Cowgirls in the Corral

At 2-6, the Havre High girls basketball team doesn't have the greatest non-conference record. But most of the losses have come at the hands of highly talented teams. Tonight, the Blue Ponies will...

 

Signing Day 2016: Havre's Rismon becomes a Bulldog

Signing day is always a special day of the year for college football fans. Rosters become finalized and recruits at long last, have an official destination, most of them anyway. And while most of the...

 

Chinook hosts Northern B-C

The 2016 high school wrestling postseason is here. And the Havre High gymnasium isn't the only place on the Hi-Line where a chance to get to next week's All-Class State Tournament hangs in the...

 

Local Bowling Report: Plenty of tourney action around the Hi-Line this month

For the tournament minded bowler, there are several going on right now, plus a few coming in the near future. These centers spend a lot of money, time, and labor in hosting a tournament. I would hope all U.S.B.C. members realize this and support the...

 

Prep Basketball, College Basketball Standings

Prep Basketball Standings GIRLS Central A Conf. Overall Havre 6-0 8-6 Browning 5-1 10-4 Belgrade 2-5 3-11 Lewistown 1-4 4-10 Livingston 1-5 3-11 Eastern A Conf. Overall Hardin 7-1 10-3 Billings Central 4-1 11-1 Miles City 5-2 9-4 Laurel 3-3 7-7...

 

FWP news

2016 Hunting Licenses sales started Monday with change in fees From FWP HELENA— Montana’s 2016 hunting and fishing licenses wnt on sale Monday under a new fee structure passed by the state legislature. Licenses will be available at all Montana...

 

Havre hosts state small business conference

Press release The Montana Small Business Development Center Network will be hosting their seventh annual Invest in Success small business conference on March 15-16 in Havre at the Montana State...

 

Tester to host 16th Small Business Opportunity Workshop in Billings

Press release Sen. Jon Tester today announced he is hosting his 16th Small Business Opportunity Workshop in Billings on Accessing Capital: Financing your Business in the 21st Century. Tester's...

 

Obituary - William F. Arvin

William F. Arvin, 89, of Havre, Montana, 18 days before his 90th birthday, passed away in his home on Jan.. 30, 2016. A graveside service will be on Saturday, Feb.  6, 2016, at 1 p.m. at Lawndale... Full story

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 4, 2016

Beaver Creek Park plans on using extra revenue to replace facilities

Beaver Creek Park made an additional $9,000 last year thanks to a $1 a head increase in cattle grazing prices. Park Superintendent Chad Edgar said Wednesday, in a phone interview, that the park plans...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 4, 2016

Harlem water treatment plant worker back on job

Brett Arensmeyer, a Harlem man who was injured after walking into a cloud of hot chlorine gas last week, is back at work and will be going to Billings to get treatment for lung damage. Arensmeyer is back at work “on a limited basis,” according...

 

Bear Paw among 11 development organizations certified

Press release HELENA – The Montana Department of Commerce has completed a competitive RFP process to award 11 Certified Regional Development Corporation contracts including to Havre-based Bear Paw...

 

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