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Articles from the April 29, 2020 edition

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Four vie for three Havre school board seats: Cindy Erickson

Cindy Erickson is running for one of the three seats up for election on the Havre Public School Board which she has been on for 12 years, along with incumbents Curtis Smeby and Tim Scheele and Erin Pu...

 

When will they play ball?

The current state of sports today is one that has been relatively stagnant. The spring season for high school and college sports has been officially canceled due to the COVID-19 concern. On top of...

 

Blue Pony Jacob Miller to swim at NCAA DII Adams State

Another Havre Blue Pony is headed to compete in a collegiate sport. Havre High senior Jacob Miller has signed with the Adams State University Grizzlies swim team. ASU is located in Alamosa, Colorado,...

 

Diapers aren't facemasks: We still need PPE

Easter Sunday, 11 years ago, I was in a bad car accident on Highway 93 in the Swan Valley. True story: A pastor’s son was running late to his family’s Easter celebration. He was passing my truck on the left. Unfortunately, I was turning left at...

 

Austin Knudsen closed access to Veterans' Park

In the April 2, 2020, Community News (a Roosevelt County publication), Austin Knudsen, one of the two Republican candidates for Montana attorney general, gave some advice on dealing with the COVID-19 crisis and boiled it down to one thing:...

 

The Postscript: "Raven Watch"

The ravens are back. Last year, they had a nest right on my hiking trail but I didn’t notice them making it. I didn’t notice when they started guarding it or when the female laid eggs. I didn’t...

 

For the Record, April 29, 2020

Havre Police Department Homer Burton Roberts II of Butte, 53, was issued a summons on a charge of violation of a protective order after the possible violation was reported at 2:05 p.m. Tuesday on...

 

Commission to vote on change that would increase county employee health insurance costs

Editor’s note: This version corrects the spelling of Jim Litzinger’s name. It also adds that Hill County Commissioners Mike Wendland and Mark Peterson did not respond to requests for comment, that it is a budget change, not a policy change, and...

 

Havre Public Schools continuing distanced learning

The Havre School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to continue with its remote learning plan rather than re-opening its classrooms. Before the vote, Superintendent Andy Carlson said he didn't expect to...

 

Note: Candidate profiles held to Thursday

Due to limited space, the profiles of the Democratic attorney general candidates had to be held until Thursday....

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 451 with 0 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 61 with 5 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 13,528. The number of deaths was 16. The number of recoveries was 382....

 

Four vie for three Havre school board seats: Erin Pulse

Erin Pulse, a potential newcomer to the Havre Public School Board is running for one of three seats along with incumbents Tim Scheele, Curtis Smeby and Cindy Erickson. Pulse said she is running for...

 

Four vie for three Havre school board seats: Tim Scheele

Tim Scheele, a current member of the Havre Public School Board is running to remain on the board in one of three seats along with candidates Curtis Smeby and Cindy Erickson, both incumbents, and Erin...

 

Four vie for three Havre school board seats: Curtis Smeby

Curtis Smeby, a member of the Havre Public School Board is running to keep his seat on the board in one of three seats along with Tim Scheele and Cindy Erickson, both incumbents, and Erin Pulse a...

 

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