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Gainforte talks about St. Mary Diversion repairs

Rep. Greg Gianforte R-Mont., hosted a roundtable Wednesday at Fresno Beach with irrigators, members of the Milk River Joint Board of Control and of the St. Mary Rehabilitation Working Group to...

 

Crazyboy, Saddler sentenced in burglary ring cases

Two men who pleaded guilty to charges including in a case stemming from a major burglary and theft ring in the Havre area were sentenced Wednesday. Each appeared in state District Court in Havre where...

 

Democratic candidates talk platform, opponents and voting

At a “Get Out to Vote” Zoom rally held in Hill County, Democratic candidates for offices on the state and national level talked about their priorities, platforms and the differences between themselves and their opponents, as well as encouraged...

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 8,663 with 196 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 512 with 163 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 273,353 with 2,203 new tests listed this morning. The number of deaths was 123. The number...

 

Local News - Bear Paw Co-op has Child Find

Press release The Bear Paw Cooperative, through local school districts, assists in the provision of special education and related services to children with disabilities. Through a process called Child Find, local school districts accept referrals...

 

Local News - Bear Paw Co-op sets child hearing screenings

Press release Hearing screenings will take place in Bear Paw Cooperative member schools from Aug. 24 through Oct. 30.  Children enrolled in kindergarten and first grade and ninth or 10th grade will be screened.  No other children will be screened...

 

Local News - Community Alliance Church sets food giveaway

Press release Community Alliance Church has a Free Food Giveaway Wednesday, Sept. 16, from 3 to 5:30 p.m. in its back parking lot.  It is first-come, first-served....

 

Northern Montana Health Care now offering occupational therapy

Press release The Physical Therapy Department at Northern Montana Health Care has announced it is now offering occupational therapy to its patients. Occupational therapists treat injured, ill or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of every...

 

Looking out my backdoor: Topsy and turvy

Last week, Crin wrote that she saw two full moons. I shrugged. That fits. The earth is flat, thank you, Pam. And the sun gallops around the earth at an unprecedented rate. The world and all its people...

 

Clarification - City Council approves street closures for vendor, band events

In an article about a planned street dance and vendor fair presented to Havre City Council Tuesday that was published in Wednesday’s edition of the Havre Daily News, event organizers were cited as saying the Hill County Health Department had...

 

For the Record, Sept. 10, 2020

Havre Police Department Officers arrested Isaac Alexander Chapa of Havre, 27, on four Justice/City court warrants at the Havre Police Department at 8:42 a.m. Wednesday. -- A caller from Sixth Street...

 

Talented Ponies aim to be powerful in 2020

The gridiron has been waiting for the return of Montana sports and when it comes to Class A, the Havre High football team is ready to make some noise once again this season. There were plenty of...

 

They get to run: MSU-N cross country teams charge into fall

It's going to be a quiet fall in the Frontier Conference, and for much of the NAIA for that matter. But, not for the Montana State University-Northern cross country teams. Though the NAIA moved the 20...

 

Chamber holds webinar on transitioning or selling business

Press release The Montana Chamber is holding a webinar to help people plan for the sale or transition of a business. In the U.S. today, more than 7 million private companies have owners over the age of 55 and there has been $1.5 trillion raised to...

 

2020 big game hunting forecast

By Fish, Wildlife and Parks Are you ready for hunting season? FWP can help. In addition to the following hunting forecast, FWP provides online information about hunting access, including our popular Block Management Program. Through the program, we...

 

Be sure before you shoot: 5 tips for archery hunting success

By Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana’s archery hunting season for deer and elk begins Sept. 5, and just like in every other form of hunting, being successful while hunting with a bow requires careful planning and preparation. If you plan to hunt dur...

 

Access: Ask early, don't wait

By Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana's millions of acres of private land offer some excellent hunting opportunities — the only catch is gaining the landowner's permission to hunt. It is Montana law that hunters obtain landowner permission to hunt on...

 

2020 Big game hunting seasons

Antelope • 900 Aug. 15–Nov. 8 • Archery Sept. 5–Oct. 9 • General Oct. 10–Nov. 8 Bighorn Sheep • Archery Sept. 5–Sept. 14 • General Sept. 15–Nov. 29 Bison • General Nov. 15–Feb. 15, 2021 Black Bear • Archery Sept. 5–Sept....

 

Avoid these 10 common hunting mistakes

By Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens have provided a list of items that hunters need to remember to stay clear of breaking the law. Following is a reminder on 10 common mistakes people need to avoid. 1....

 

Justice Court, Sept. 10, 2020

The following cases were resolved by Hill County Judge Audrey Barger in June. —— Kolten Trapper-Lee Adams, born in 1997, had dismissed by the prosecution charges of felony aggravated assault and resisting arrest. —— Homer Burton Roberts,...

 

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