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Outdoors: Reser Reservoir being drained to repair dam

Fishing fans may have noticed something a little different this summer about one of the Hi-Line's most popular fisheries. Reser Reservoir, a Bureau of Land Management reservoir located approximately...

 

Outdoors: Locals shine at 124th State Trap Shoot

Havre has a strong tradition of trap shooting, and last month in Great Falls, it was on full display. A number of locals had big success at the 124th Montana State Trap Shoot, held at the Great Falls...

 

2018 Frontier Football Preview: Frontier is always stacked with great linebackers

When it comes to defense in football, sacks get all the headlines. And while linebackers can rack up plenty of sacks, it's the dirty work, the tackles that make a linebacker special. And in 2018, the...

 

State men's fastpitch comes back to Havre

As Havre sports fans wait for the fall sports season, which is right around the corner, they can satisfy their need for athletic competition this weekend at the Sixth Avenue Memorial Field, with...

 

Montana FWP announces key 2018 dates for early hunters

Montana FWP Beginning Aug. 6, hunters can buy over-the-counter and surplus B licenses, antlerless, for deer and elk. Aug. 9, general antelope and antelope B drawing results will be available. Aug. 13, surplus general antelope, antelope B and antelope...

 

Mayer offers services in human resources

Press release Emily Mayer served for 15 years as Hill County’s human resources professional, pioneering the position for county government officials whose duties were of a human resources director capacity. Her knowledge of human resources is now...

 

Cooperatives invite people to a night at the ball park

Press Release The Montana Council of Cooperatives is inviting people to a night of baseball with the 13th Annual Co-op Nite at the Ball Park Friday, Aug. 10. The game, that starts at 7 p.m., has the Idaho Falls Chukars face off against Great Falls...

 

Independence Bank holds thank-you barbecue Friday

Independence Bank is holding a celebration of the new addition to its main building and a thank-you for the support of the community. The bank is holding a community appreciation barbecue celebrating 45 years in business and is holding a grand...

 

MSU Center for Health and Safety Culture holding annual training

From MSU News Service BOZEMAN – Montana State University’s Center for Health and Safety Culture will host its 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training Sept. 25-27 in Savannah, Georgia.   The Positive Culture Framework is based on the center’s...

 

Montana Mental Health Trust calls for grant proposals

Press release Dr. Gary Mihelish, chairman of the Montana Mental Health Trust, has announced that the trust is now accepting applications for distribution of trust funds. The trust intends to award a total of $500,000 of new grants in 2018 to help... Full story

 

Updated MSU Extension on noxious weed publication available for mobile devices

Montana State University News Service BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension has updated its publication on noxious weed identification, “Montana’s Noxious Weeds,” making the information available for the first time as an electronic...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: The PO, a prayer and poetry

I live at #3 Nopales on a small piece of the Rancho Esperanza set aside for a dozen or so retirement homes. That’s the sum total of any pretense to an Americano community in this still traditional...

 

For the Record, Aug. 2, 2018

Havre Police Department Michelle Rose Jiron of Havre, 27, was issued a summons Wednesday at 8:10 a.m. at the police station on a criminal contempt charge related to a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 2, 2018

Hearing on former county attorney vacated

Hearings scheduled for this morning in which the former Hill County attorney was to show cause as to why she did not file judgments as required, after sentences were imposed in seven cases, were...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    August 2, 2018

Man puts other man in hospital, suspect sought

A man was assaulted Wednesday afternoon on the east edge of Havre and taken to the hospital, and law enforcement are searching for the assailant. Hill County Sheriff’s Office dispatch received a call at 5:07 p.m. about an assault in progress on...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 2, 2018

Law enforcement responds to robbery attempt

Havre Police responded this morning to a 3:34 a.m. report of an attempted robbery at a First Street West business and are still looking for the suspect. A thin, 5-foot-5-inch to 5-foot-8-inch man walked into the business dressed in all-black...

 

Eagles Manor heats up as negotiations drag through summer

Residents at the Eagles Manor retirement living facility are trapped by real estate negotiations in an overheating building. The air conditioning has been broken this summer, they said, causing rooms...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 2, 2018

Rocky Boy Rodeo ramping up

Rocky Boy's 54th Annual Celebration kicks off Friday but related events have already begun this week with a Youth Rodeo Monday and the Rocky Boy Rodeo starting Tuesday. The Rocky Boy Rodeo is a...

 

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