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Articles from the September 11, 2019 edition

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Mural 'celebrating a special place' beautifies downtown

A local committee is continuing its work in revitalizing downtown Havre. A four-panel mural worked on by nearly 100 Havre High School students was hung Friday on the side of Floren's Hill County...

 

Rustlers corral Blue Pony spikers

The Havre High volleyball team had a heated home game against the CMR Rustlers Tuesday in the Havre High Gymnasium. But even with hard work and unflinching spirit the Ponies had, they fell to the...

 

MSU-Northern harriers shine in season-opening races

The 2019 cross country season got off to a great start for the Montana State University-Northern men’s and women’s teams. Last Friday, Northern was in Helena for the Carroll College Early Bird Inv...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 11, 2019

City, school differ on Havre HIgh School parking lot issue

Editor’s note: After today’s edition was printed, Havre Public Schools Superintendent Andy Carlson said this article implies that he agrees that the Havre Public Schools owns and is responsible for the Havre High School parking lot. Carlson said...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Jessa Chvilicek, Havre High Volleyball Havre High senior Jessa Chvilicek certainly made the most out of her first two home matches. She battled CMR on Tuesday night, but was also dominant in Havre's...

 

Prep, College Standings

Prep Football Standings Class A Northeast Conf. Overall Miles City 2-0 2-0 Sidney 1-0 1-0 Lewistown 1-1 1-1 Havre 1-1 1-1 Glendive 0-2 0-2 Southeast Conf. Overall Billings Central 2-0 2-0 Laurel 1-0 1-0 Hardin 0-2 0-2 Livingston 0-2 0-2 Western...

 

Credit Unions can lend to hemp farmers following Tester push

Note: This was provided by the office of Sen. Jon Tester U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., announced Monday that federally insured credit unions may now provide financial services to legally operating hemp businesses and farmers under a new guidance...

 

USDA resources available for farmers hurt by 2018, 2019 Disasters

From U.S. Department of Agriculture WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced that agricultural producers affected by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019, including Hurricane Dorian, can apply for assistance through... Full story

 

Obituary - Lois A. 'Penny' Whitaker

Lois A. "Penny" Whitaker, 78, formerly of Havre, passed away on May 8, 2019, at her daughter's home in Billings after an eight-month battle with cancer. Services will be held at Highland Cemetary,... Full story

 

Obituary - Robert Denning

Bob Denning died of natural causes at his home in Billings on September 3, 2019. He was born in Great Falls on September 12, 1966, and grew up in Great Falls and Big Sandy. Bob was an outstanding... Full story

 

Obituary - Jerry Lee Davidson

Jerry Lee Davidson of Chinook, MT, 58, passed away on September 7th, 2019, in Great Falls, MT. A closed celebration of life service will be held in Chinook, MT, Thursday, September 12, 2019, along... Full story

 

Obituary - Anita Evon Powers

Anita Evon Powers, 94, passed away Tuesday, September 3, 2019, at Ponderosa Villa in Crawford, Nebraska.   Cremation has taken place, and memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m.  Wednesday, October 9, 2019, at Van Orsdel United Methodist... Full story

 

Obituary - Norma Jean King - He Mani Wi, "Mountain Walks"

HAYS — Norma Jean King — He Mani Wi, “Mountain Walks,” 77, peacefully departed to the Creators home after a lengthy illness with her family by her side in her loving home at the foothills of t... Full story

 

The Postscript: Marriage stew

I told my husband, Peter, that our marriage was like stew — and that’s a good thing. This is a second marriage for both Peter and me. We were both married for a long time and then divorced for quite a while. We dated other people and realized...

 

Letter to the Editor - Push Daines to oppose Pendley as BLM director

Editor, Having William Perry Pendley as acting director of the Bureau of Land Management, which manages more public land than any other federal agency, is like the proverbial henhouse-guarding fox — on steroids. Pendley (whom I’ll refer to as...

 

Child safety seat checks set in Havre Monday

Press release Hill County Buckle Up Coalition announced that certified child passenger safety technicians will be offering free car seat safety checks and education to parents and caregivers Monday at the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line in Havre...

 

Local youths awarded NILE Merit Heifers

Staff and wire report Morgan Friede of Chinook and Lance Rutledge of Big Sandy were among the youths that Northern International Livestock Expo announced are the recipients of 2020 NILE Merit Heifers. The recipients will receive heifers from their...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 11, 2019

Local Emergency Planning Committee picking up a ham radio

The Havre and Hill County Local Emergency Planning Committee Tuesday passed a motion to allow Hill County Health Department Public Health Nurse Bridget Kallenberger to look into getting the emergency operation center, located in the Hill County...

 

Bicycle store owner going bicycling down the coast

Havre Bicycle Center owner Roger Gruber went on his way Tuesday afternoon to northwest Canada to take a break during his slow season - a break still involving bicycles. Before leaving town for the...

 

For the Record, Sept. 11, 2019

Havre Police Department Jeffrey Scott Leeds of Havre, 46, was arrested on a charge of partner or family member assault from reasonable apprehension, after a domestic disturbance was reported Tuesday a...

 

Part of Second Street West closed for maintenance

Press release Havre Public Works announced that Second Street West from Montana Avenue to First Avenue West immediately will be closed to through traffic due to maintenance and will be closed until...

 

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