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Articles from the September 11, 2018 edition

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Don't see your results? Covering the Hi-Line requires your help

The Hi-Line football and volleyball roundups you see on today’s sports page are one of the things in my 18-year Havre Daily News career I’m most proud of. No, I don't mean these two stories in...

 

Hi-Line Football Roundup: Beeters, Hawks win Northern C games

There was no shortage of big high school football games this past weekend across the Hi-Line, but the biggest by far took place in Big Sandy Friday as the Pioneers played host to the defending...

 

Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup: Box Elder off to a strong 6c East start

The third week of high school volleyball on the Hi-Line also marked the start of conference play in both Class C and Class B really heating up. But last week started with a non-conference thriller...

 

Frontier Notebook: Rocky bounces back from a tough week

It's always a big deal when Carroll College comes to play a Frontier Conference football game, at any stadium around the conference. But it's an even bigger deal when it's that teams homecoming, and o...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Sam Dumas, Chinook Football The Chinook Sugarbeeters are playing some good football right now. And, last Friday night, Sam Dumas was a force. In Chinook’s 44-30 win over Fort Benton, Dumas rushed...

 

Spotlighting health care heroes: Nephrology nurses

Press release Northern Montana Hospital will join the American Nephrology Nurses Association in a nationwide celebration this week honoring nephrology nurses during “Nephrology Nurses Week,” Sept. 9-15. Nephrology nurses care for patients with...

 

Letter to the Editor - Federal agencies ensuring pollution

Dear editor, It has come to my attention that Ryan Zinke, Andrew Wheeler, and their federal agencies are helping ensure that the oil and gas industry can continue to carelessly leak millions of tons of methane pollution and chemicals into our air. We...

 

For the Record, Sept. 11

Havre Police Department A First Street caller Monday at 8:14 a.m. reported a break-in. -- A caller on Ninth Street asked Monday at 9:30 a.m. to speak with an officer about some juveniles. -- An 11th...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission business meeting

Editor’s note: This adds information received after printing deadline about discussion of a letter about lifting fire restrictions to the agenda The agenda for the Hill County Commission’s business meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday includes:...

 

Obituary - Kenneth Ray Holt

Kenneth Ray Holt, 75, passed away September 7, 2018, at his home. Cremation has taken place and memorial service will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday September 15, 2018, at Hi-Line Funeral Services 310 South Dell Lane Havre, MT. In lieu of flowers,... Full story

 

Obituary - Barry Zarn

Barry Zarn, 54 passed away on August 30th, 2018, at his home in Chinook, MT.  The funeral service for Barry will be held on September 15th 2018 at 3:00 p.m. at the Chinook Methodist Church in Chinook, MT. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 11, 2018

Boucher submits resignation as District Court judge

State District Judge Dan Boucher on Friday submitted his resignation, effective Nov. 9. Boucher was not available for comment this morning. The resignation throws a wrinkle into the election for the...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 11, 2018

Three cows already hit on Beaver Creek Highway

With cattle on Beaver Creek Park less than a week, the park superintendent said Monday three vehicles have hit the animals already. "We've actually had three traffic hits, Thursday and Friday, two rea...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 11, 2018

Clack family impressed with future location of museum

The board of the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum heard that descendants of the couple for whom the museum is named were impressed during a tour last week. Elaine Morse, president of the H. Earl and Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum Foundation...

 

Get ready: New Medicare cards will be mailing soon

Starting this month, Medicare will mail new Medicare cards to people with Medicare in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming, to help protect you from identity fraud. The new Medicare cards no longer contain your Social Security number, but rather a... Full story

 

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