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Articles from the April 1, 2020 edition

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 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    April 1, 2020

Lincoln-McKinley moves into online learning

Lincoln-McKinley Primary School has implemented online programs for it's students as part of the remote learning program including providing Chromebooks to students who need them. Principal Holly Bitz... Full story

 

Havre churches to distribute supply baskets from Timber Creek

Timber Creek Village Assisted Living of Havre delivered 20 baskets of supplies to St. Jude Parish Center Tuesday, to be distributed to the churches of Havre and given to elderly people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Timber Creek Administrator... Full story

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    April 1, 2020

Local health facilities dealing with COVID-19 crisis

As of Tuesday, Northern Montana Health Care has tested 18 people for the coronavirus, COVID-19. NMHC public relations officer Julianne LaSmith said one person has tested positive, 16 people received n... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 1, 2020

Governor issues new directives, COVID case confirmed in Liberty County

Gov. Steve Bullock issued new directives Tuesday on the COVID-19 pandemic including to protect renters and homeowners forced to stay at home, help medical facilities stay open and deal with the disease and to help find people who may have been... Full story

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after this morning's 8 a.m. update was 208 with five deaths.

The numbers by county were: Hill: 1 Liberty: 1 Blaine: 0 Chouteau: 0 Toole: 6 Gallatin: 76 Yelllowstone: 32 Missoula: 14 Lewis and Clark: 14 Flathead: 14 Silver Bow: 10 Cascade: 9 Madison: 6 Lincoln: 5 Park: 4 Lake: 4 Deer Lodge: 3 Broadwater: 3... Full story

 

People warned not to flush anything but toilet paper down toilet

Havre Daily News staff A common topic in the news is a shortage of toilet paper, and many people are experiencing it themselves. For some unexplained reason, people are stocking up on toilet paper in huge amounts, leading to empty shelves in stores,... Full story

 

Havre parks playground equipment closed

Havre Daily News staff The Havre Parks and Recreation Department announced Tuesday that, effective immediately, all Havre city park playground equipment is closed. A release said the decision was made to try to help slow the spread of the novel... Full story

 

The Postscript: Parked out back

Joe’s red truck is parked behind his house. It hasn’t moved in days. Joe gets in his red truck every morning and drives around. He’s a member of every fraternal organization, a regular at the br...

 

For the Record, April 1, 2020

Havre Police Department William Joe Skidmore of Havre, 39, was arrested on two Justice or City court warrants and charges of failing to register as a sexual or violent offender and two counts of...

 

Annual HIT is another great event that was called off due to COVID-19

It has been a crazy time recently along the Hi-Line and a lot of sports have been halted due to the coronavirus concern. With the Montana High School Association working to contain and stop the...

 

Northern men land star guard from Three Forks

Montana State University-Northern head men’s basketball coach Shawn Huse has announced his first member of the 2020 signing class. Huse recently announced the signing of Three Forks guard Micaiah...

 

Harlem hoops standout L'Tia Lawrence to be a Lady Griz

She was all set to be a Skylight. Now however, L'Tia Lawrence will be a Grizzly. On Tuesday afternoon, Lawrence announced she has decided to commit to the University of Montana Lady Griz basketball...

 

Mini-grants available through Growth Through Agriculture Program

Press release HELENA — The Montana Department of Agriculture announced mini-grant funding is now available through its Growth Through Agriculture Program. All projects will need to demonstrate how they expand Montana agriculture, but given the... Full story

 

We can weather this storm if we do our part

COVID-19 continues to be at the forefront of our current health battles and plans.  We have one documented case of COVID-19 in Havre, but almost assuredly there are more. We still do not have the... Full story

 

Feed My Sheep Soup Kitchen serving to-go lunches

Feed My Sheep Soup Kitchen in Havre posted on its Facebook page that, starting today at noon, it will be serving to-go lunches.... Full story

 

MSU Extension to offer weekly webinars about the coronavirus and its effects on the economy

MSU News Service BOZEMAN - Montana State University Extension will offer several webinars that discuss economic effects from the current COVID-19 pandemic. The webinars will be offered from 2 to 3... Full story

 

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