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Articles from the August 19, 2019 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    August 19, 2019

Group works on saving languages at Rocky Boy

Mahchiwminahnahtik Chippewa and Cree Language Revitalization, or MCCLR, is working as a non-profit on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation to breathe new life in the tribe’s native languages. “It’s exciting, it’s really exciting,” MCCLR...

 

Blue Ponies ready to tee it up

As much of the area's fall sports are making their way toward their season-openers, the Havre High golf teams are ready to hit the course. Under new coach George Ferguson, the HHS squads have some key...

 

First scrum gets Lights closer to the season

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are growing. And Saturday's scrimmage showed lots of potential and promise. The Lights are fast-approaching their second season under head coach Andrew...

 

Local News - Bear Paw Cooperative hearing screenings set

Press release Hearing Screenings will take place in Bear Paw Cooperative member schools today through Oct. 31.  Children enrolled in kindergarten and first grade and ninth or 10th grade will be screened.  No other children will be screened without...

 

For the Record, Aug. 19, 2019

Havre Police Department A Fifth Avenue caller reported two slashed tires Friday at 7:27 a.m. -- Cameron James Eagleman of Box Elder, 37, was arrested on two state District Court warrants and a charge...

 

Agenda - Great Northern Fair Board

Great Northern Fair Board will meet Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the fair office on the Great Northern Fairgrounds. The meeting agenda is: Call Meeting to order Roll call of Members Recognize and record public attendees Approve Minutes Public Comment ...

 

Third Havre Trails Brewfest set for this weekend

The third annual brewfest hosted by Havre Trails is returning Saturday from 3 to 8 p.m. in Pepin Park with 13 Montana breweries and one winery on tap along with five food trucks at the event. The...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 19, 2019

People warned of Social Security scams rampant in the area

Officials are warning people that scams from callers pretending to be from the Social Security Administration are running through the state and in north-central Montana, with scammers targeting people of all ages. Hill County’s Area X Council on... Full story

 

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