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 By Derek Hann    Local    April 2, 2019

City Council discusses street improvement options

Havre City Council discussed options Monday that the city can pursue to improve the streets within city limits. Council President Terry Lilletvedt said that she has been told by various people that...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 2, 2019

Cal Wearley kicks off local track season

Even though it was in doubt at times this spring, the annual Cal Wearley is going off as scheduled Wednesday in what feels like the unofficial start of the local track season. The meet, which features...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 2, 2019

Lights begin week two of spring ball

Andrew Rolin is trying to build a winning culture within the Montana State University-Northern football team and doing that isn't always easy. Some days aren't as great as others and Monday night, in...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    April 2, 2019

Hill County Park Board works with Girl Scouts to keep camp in Beaver Creek Park

Editor’s note: This article has been corrected to show the Girl Scouts are considering moving their summer camp to a camp in the Little Rocky Mountains. The Hill County Park Board heard from Girl Scouts of America leader Jody Corner Monday about...

 

Wilkie wins a national title

Havre High senior Martin Wilkie isn't done winning wrestling championships at the high school level just yet. Wilkie, who became a Class A four-time state champion back in February, and who will be...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Sadie Filius, Havre High Track It’s been a big month for Havre High freshman Sadie Filius. First, she helped the Blue Ponies win the Class A state championship, while earning All-State honors in...

 

Big Sandy, Chester medical centers awarded grants for X-ray equipment

Press release SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Medical centers in Big Sandy and Chester are among facilities receiving funds for X-ray equipment. In its ongoing efforts to improve the quality of rural health care, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable...

 

Net neutrality, opiod taxes and rental car taxes in the Legislature

Editor’s note: This corrects the amount of the proposed opiod flat tax which was changed in Tempel’s letter due to an editing error. One of the things discussed this week in Energy Committee was net neutrality on internet providers. Basically,...

 

Preschool is about our kids and our state's future, not the political fight of the day

Last summer, I met a woman in Lewistown who told me she made too much money to qualify for Head Start but couldn’t afford to have her son in the kind of quality program that would give him a great start. I met parents in Wibaux who had to drive 30...

 

Community foundation sets Spring for the Arts April 27

Hill County Community Foundation is hosting its second annual gala fundraiser, Spring for the Arts, Saturday, April 27, to raise funds for projects in the county. “Thanks to the generosity of this community, last year’s event was very successful...

 

Local News - Southern Rock band playing North Havre Wednesday

Some imported Southern Rock will be playing in the area this week. West Texas band Jay Statham and The Tokie Show will be performing in North Havre Wednesday. The band will play at Tip It Bar at 1315 Third St. N. from 7 to 10 p.m. with no cover...

 

For the Record, April 2, 2019

Havre Police Department A two-vehicle, non-injury crash between a Ford pickup truck and a Chevrolet Impala was reported Monday at 9:57 a.m. on First Avenue. -- Havre Public Works was notified about a...

 

Officials warn of continued durable medical equipment Medicare fraud

Local and state officials continue to warn people about fraud being conducted on people’s Medicare accounts. People — including in north-central Montana — who have Medicare coverage are receiving calls offering durable medical equipment. The...

 

Montana Invasive Species Council meets April 10-11

Press release HELENA — The Montana Invasive Species Council will hold its next meeting April 10-11 2019 at Cargill located at 4401 Innovation St. in Great Falls. The business meeting on April 10 will include presentations about gastropods ...

 

MDT proposes reconstruction project north of Galata

From Montana Department of Transportation SHELBY — Montana Department of Transportation is seeking comments on a proposal to rebuild about 10.4 miles of Secondary Highway 343 approximately 19 miles north of Galata in Toole County. The project...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission weekly business meeting

Hill County Commission has changed the agenda for its weekly business meeting Thursday at 10 a.m.. The updated agenda includes: Public comments on non-agenda items Public comments on agenda items Claims Tax adjustments Resolutions Contracts Early...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    April 2, 2019

Boys & Girls Club harvests the opportunity to get involved in hydroponics

The Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line is expanding its gardening program by offering a hydroponic system for their children. "It's a really cool new program and we are always looking for new stuff for...

 

MHP Trooper Wade Palmer regains consciousness

Havre Daily News staff Montana Highway Patrol reported today that Trooper Wade Palmer, hospitalized after receiving multiple gunshot wounds March 15, has regained consciousness and his condition...

 

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