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The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 453 with 2 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 61 with 5 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 13,914. The number of deaths was 16. The number of recoveries was 392. The counties with new...

 

Stay-At-Home Soiree raising funds for food bank

District 4 Human Resources Development Council is hosting a stay-at-home soiree fundraiser throughout the month of May. “The stay-at-home soiree is a mail-in fundraiser that we’re doing in place of our usual Tacos and Tunes event that we would...

 

School board Tuesday discusses other COVID measures, other policies

During the special meeting of the Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees Tuesday where the board voted unanimously to continue distanced learning rather than re-opening classrooms, the board addressed several other issues as well, both related to...

 

Democrats Dudik, Graybill square off in attorney general primary: Kimberly Dudik

The race to take Tim Fox's place as attorney general has state Rep. Kimberly Dudik of Missoula and the governor's legal counsel, Raph Graybill, facing off in the Democratic primary. Fox cannot run...

 

Democrats Dudik, Graybill square off in attorney general primary: Raph Graybill

The race to take Tim Fox's place as attorney general has the governor's legal counsel, Raph Graybill, and state Rep. Kimberly Dudik of Missoula facing off in the Democratic primary. Fox cannot run...

 

Bullock details COVID-19 testing expansion plan

Gov. Steve Bullock detailed a plan for expanding Montana’s COVID-19 testing capabilities and practices in a press call and also in a tele-town hall Wednesday. Bullock said the efforts of Montana’s health care workers and citizens has contributed...

 

Montanans encouraged to 'Get out and Grow'

From Montana Department of Agriculture HELENA — Over the next month, the Montana Department of Agriculture is challenging folks across the state to get out and get growing. In conjunction with the Montana Agricultural Business Association, East Hel...

 

Ranchers provide beef to local community

From Montana Farm Bureau Federation The Producers Partnership in Livingston has to date donated almost 5,000 pounds of beef to local food banks, food pantries and other area community centers. Park...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Elegant living in a green dress

We have numerous ways of fooling ourselves; at least I have. Little things, like “A change is as good as a rest” for when I get bogged down on a project. Or, “If I take a walk, I will no longer...

 

2020 Hemp Planting License

HELENA — The Montana Department of Agriculture has extended the deadline for hemp planting applications for the 2020 growing season to Monday, June 1. The application form can be downloaded online. A 2020 hemp grower license is not required to mark...

 

Public encouraged to submit comments on removal of brucellosis from bioterror list

Montana Department of Livestock HELENA — The Montana Department of Livestock is encouraging the public to submit comments to remove brucellosis from the select agent — or bioterror — list. Diseases on the select agent list have severe...

 

Corrections - County proposes increasing employee health insurance costs

A front-page story in Wednesday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about the Hill County Commission considering increasing the share of health insurance premiums county employees would have to pay misspelled the name of Jim Litzi... Full story

 

For the Record, April 30, 2020

Havre Police Department Havre Police Department dispatch log showed no arrests or investigations in the 24-hour reporting period. Hill County Sheriff's Office Hill County Sheriff's Office dispatch...

 

MontanaPBS to livestream final COVID-19 special at 7 p.m.

BOZEMAN - MontanaPBS will livestream the sixth and final installment of a broadcast special, "Answering Questions About Coronavirus," at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 30. The program will be available to... Full story

 

MSU Extension offers updated yard and garden fact sheets

From MSU News Service BOZEMAN — For people seeking updated information on caring for a Montana yard and garden, details on backyard landscaping and lawn care, and growing perennials, fruits and vegetables, many free fact sheets are available from...

 

Nearly $50,000 in Growth Through Agriculture mini grants announced

Press release The Montana Department of Agriculture has announced the recipients of nearly $50,000 in mini grant funding from the Growth Through Agriculture program. Grants support the diversification and expansion of 15 Montana Ag businesses from...

 

OUTDOORS: Time to safely enjoy Beaver Creek Park

The weather certainly has taken a turn for the better in recent days. And, at the same time, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's stay-at-home order came to an end as well, as Montana enters Phase I of his...

 

OUTDOORS: Here is Montana FWP's latest COVID-19 updates

Montana FWP People looking to get outside and enjoy spring will continue to have ample opportunities with Gov. Steve Bullock's phased approach to re-opening the state, which was announced Wednesday....

 

Commission votes down county employee insurance change

The Hill County Commission this morning voted down 2-0 a proposal that would have increased how much some county employees would have to pay to keep health insurance. Commissioners Mike Wendland and...

 

Tornado sirens go off, no tornado detected

Havre police confirmed at about 5:40 p.m. today that the city tornado sirens went off, but said no major threat was apparent. They are trying to determine why the siren went off, but had not found out at 5:40 p.m. A thunderstorm was hitting the area... Full story

 

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