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Articles from the August 31, 2020 edition

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Schools continue to report re-openings going well

More schools opened up last week with re-opening plans tooled to the COVID-19 pandemic and told The Havre Daily News how the first week had gone. Harlem starts school today. Chester-Joplin-Inverness  Chester-Joplin-Inverness Schools planned to retur...

 

Northern students going back to class

Montana State University-Northern hosted new student orientation Saturday to get ready for school starting.  Classes started today with face-to-face instruction.  Enrollment Management Vice...

 

New CDC guidelines and school re-openings discussed at COVID-19 update

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new guidelines on asymptomatic testing and Montana State University Northern’s upcoming opening were topics of discussion at Friday’s COVID-19 update hosted by the Hill County Health Board. Hill...

 

Resignations and grants discussed at Commissioner's business meeting

The Hill County Commission approved grants and announced resignations at their weekly business meeting last Thursday. Hill County Commissioner Mike Wendland read Hill County Commissioners Administrative Assistant Brittany Pfeifer’s written...

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 7,421 with 82 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 436 with 134 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 250,238 with 3,577 new tests listed this morning. The number of deaths was 104. The number...

 

Donations sought to make free masks

Always and Forever Kids Clothing Boutique owner is holding a fundraiser to raise money to make masks for the community. “It is masks for a cause,” Carissa Anderson said. “It is for people who can’t afford to put masks on their children or...

 

Crisis help and support numbers listed

During the COVID-19 pandemic and the isolation and stress caused by it, many people are looking for resources for themselves and others who need support. Following are a list of some numbers people can call for help and support. • Montana Suicide...

 

Letter to the Editor - Shame on Trump for post office troubles

To the Editor, The U.S. Postal Service is in trouble now thanks to Trump’s misguided appointment of DeJoy as Postmaster General. The removal of the post boxes and mail sorting machines to influence the election is hurting millions of people. A...

 

Ammon Bundy pushing People's Rights groups

Local chapters of “People’s Rights” are popping up in Montana communities. We’ve sounded the alarm that the person behind creating People’s Rights is Ammon Bundy, a member of the insurrectionist family that orchestrated armed standoffs in...

 

Obituary - Frances Marie Brekke

Frances Marie Brekke passed away peacefully at home in Havre Friday evening, August 14, 2020, at the age of 81. Fran, as she liked to be called, was born Oct. 31, 1938, to Knute and Doris (Allen) Brek...

 

Obituary - Fred R. Stump

Editor’s note: After this obituary was posted, the location of the wake and services was changed to the Harlem Baptist Church. Fred R. Stump was born March 28, 1926, to John Stump, Sr. and...

 

From the Courts - State District Court: Man resentenced again for stealing from employer

James Christopher Dahl Jr. was resentenced again for stealing money from a local store. He pleaded guilty in a plea agreement Oct. 10, 2017, to a charge of theft alleging he took money from a safe in a store where he was a night supervisor. In...

 

From the Courts - State District Court:Probation reimposed in theft, crash charges

Veronica M. Moccasin had her deferred imposition of sentence revoked and reimposed and was ordered to participate in chemical dependency treatment for violating conditions of her release in a 2018 sentence. Moccasin was charged in November 2014 with...

 

For the Record, Aug. 31, 2020

Havre Police Department A caller at Second Street and Third Avenue reported Friday at 11:06 a.m. that a Ford pickup truck had backed into a minivan. -- Officers investigated a Friday 12:28 p.m....

 

Opposition to Obamacare becomes political liability for GOP incumbents

Markian Hawryluk: [email protected], @MarkianHawryluk Kaiser Health News In the 2014 elections, Republicans rode a wave of anti-Affordable Care Act sentiment to pick up nine Senate seats, the largest gain for either party since 1980. Newly elected Rep...

 

Hi-Line Football: They're off: Football returns to the Hi-Line

High school football in the COVID-19 era on the Hi-Line has begun. After falling to the Park City Panthers in the 2019 season, the Chinook High football team was ready to get some revenge and start...

 

Hi-Line Volleyball: Please send us your volleyball box scores

It may be a different look, with a lot different rules and procedures, but, the 2020 high school volleyball season officially got going on the Hi-Line this past weekend. And with that, I'd like to...

 

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