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George Ferguson Column: We are some very lucky high school basketball fans around these parts

There's an old saying in sports that goes something like "You can't win them all." And while that's absolutely true, it sure seems like basketball teams on the Hi-Line just about do. It seems that...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 12, 2019

East tank water leak shuts down streets

A major water leak detected yesterday at 3 p.m. in the water tank located on the east end of Havre and has shut down streets and rerouted Havre Public Schools buses. Havre Public Works Director Dave P...

 

HWC grapplers shine at State AAU

The Havre Wrestling Club took part in the Montana State AAU tournament last Friday and Saturday in Great Falls. Below are the results. Jack Werk - Tot 40 - DNP Rayden Cowan - Tot 45 - DNP Brady...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Kyndall Keller, HHS Girls Basketball The Havre High girls basketball team was nothing short of spectacular last weekend at the Class A state tournament in Great Falls. And so was Blue Pony junior...

 

Health in the Hi-Line Event set March 28

From Montana State University Extension Often it is difficult to pinpoint health care services in our area. As a rural state, Montana is limited with resources available to us, yet we have more in our community than we might be aware of. Health in...

 

MCA scholarship applications available; April 15 deadline

Press release Montana’s future workforce is important to the Montana Contractors’ Association — whether that workforce is building infrastructure, teaching youth, or nursing the elderly. That’s why the MCA — through its Associates’ and...

 

Back to work after legislative transmittal break

This past week was transmittal week for the Legislature, which is kind of like spring break for Senators. Judy and I spent a couple days enjoying home in Chester and then came back down to Helena, as the Montana State Senate was back in Friday and...

 

Planned work tracking a bureaucratic train wreck that will derail Medicaid expansion

It’s helpful to be at the same line of work long enough to be able to be proven wrong. I’ve been working with NAMI Montana to improve Montana’s mental illness treatment system for the past 10 years. We’ve been really active on the local,...

 

Obituary - Dianna Fay Johnson

Dianna Fay Johnson, daughter of Orville Powell and Doris Fisher, passed away March 7, 2019 at the Sweet memorial nursing home of natural causes at the age of 73. Dianna was born February 17, 1946 in H... Full story

 

For the Record, March 12, 2019

Havre Police Department A caller asked officers Monday at 1:57 p.m. for a well-being check on someone on Ninth Avenue Northwest. -- Monday at 3:26 p.m., a caller asked officers for a well-being check...

 

Obituary - Donald Lee Conley

Donald Lee Conley, 85, passed away at Northern Montana Hospital on Sunday morning, March 10, 2019, due to natural causes after many years of ups and downs with his health. Cremation has taken place,... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 12, 2019

CBP cutting border station hours in Montana

After nearly two decades of an international committee comprising members from Montana and Alberta trying to get the hours and status ugraded at the Port of Wildhorse north of Havre on the Canadian border, U.S. Customs and Border Protection...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 12, 2019

FWP gives update on CWD during meeting

Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 wildlife biologist Scott Hemmer said Monday that during the upcoming hunting season, FWP will once again be testing Region 6 for chronic wasting disease and will have...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    March 12, 2019

Museum board seeks restitution from suspected attempted burglar

Security was an issue discussed Monday during the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board meeting, as board Chair Lela Patera said that Sunday an unidentified man attempted to break into the museum. The suspect failed to successfully break into the...

 

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