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Articles from the September 12, 2018 edition

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2018 Frontier Volleyball Preview: Plenty of challengers for the 2018 Frontier championship

NAIA volleyball is a month old now, but the real fun is just beginning. This weekend, the Frontier Conference kicks off its annual race to November, and it's sure to be an exciting one. Montana Tech...

 

Northern fall sports off to a strong start

The Montana State University-Northern cross country and rodeo teams got their fall season started last weekend. The Northern rodeo team was in Wyoming for the Trapper Stampede, hosted by Northwest...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

THURSDAY High School Volleyball Big Sandy vs CJI Box Elder vs Chinook Rocky Boy vs Cut Bank Harlem vs Malta High School Golf Havre at Billings Central Invite FRIDAY High School Football Havre vs...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Jessica Curl, MSU-N Volleyball, Basketball

Jessica Curl isn’t the first athlete to play both basketball and volleyball at Montana State University-Northern, but she is the latest. At the NAIA level, that makes her very unique. Not long ago,...

 

Prep, College Football, Volleyball Standings

Prep Football Standings Eastern A Conf. Billings Central 3-0 Belgrade 3-0 Laurel 2-1 Lewistown 2-1 Sidney 1-2 Livingston 1-2 Miles City 1-2 Glendive 1-2 Havre 1-2 Hardin 0-3 Northwest A Conf. Columbia Falls 1-1 Libby 1-1 Whitefish 1-2 Browning 1-2 Ro...

 

Ag producer flood assistance available

Press release Hill County producers may be eligible for assistance because of the 2018 Spring Flood in Hill County. Farms and ranches suffering severe damage may be eligible for assistance under the Emergency Conservation Program administered by the...

 

Farm Bureau offers young farmers, ranchers competition

Press release Farm Bureau, at both the state and national level, offers excellent opportunities for young farmers and ranchers to hone their knowledge about agriculture and win prizes. The Young Farmers and Ranchers competitive events include the...

 

Letter to the Editor - Be careful what you wish for on public lands

Editor, Be careful what you ask for: The stated agenda of Montana Republicans is to transfer federal lands to the state of Montana. (Individual GOP candidates may now deny this but it is in writing). A lot of people are concerned about this, not just...

 

Thanks for participating summer reading program

With school back in session and fall just around the corner, we at the Havre-Hill County Library would like to congratulate our student patrons on starting a new school year and extend our thanks to the community for their participation in this...

 

Invest in Montana's future with 6 mill levy

Montanans have a 70-year tradition of investing in state higher education. Nov. 6, voters across the state will again have the opportunity to renew that economic and societal investment by voting for the 6 mill levy. Public colleges and universities...

 

Paw Parade revives Festival Days tradition

Press release Organizer Shannon Heggem is inviting people to participate in the Furry Friends Paw Parade during the Festival Days parade Sept. 22, but entries need to be in before parade day. Heggem said the new parade is a revival and upgrade of...

 

Shriners hold beef raffle to help local children

Press release The North Central Montana Shrine Club is selling tickets for a beef raffle-drawing will be on Saturday during Festival Days. The Shriners sell tickets to make money to send children to the Shriners Hospital to improve their lives. The...

 

Dog Park Club invites people to join it in parade

Press release The Havre Dog Park Club is calling for people to join them will be in this year’s Festival Parade. More than 20 people already are scheduled to walk their dogs at the parade. They will also have a Chevrolet truck decorated for the...

 

Ag students bring golf scramble again to Festival Days

Press release Local agricultural students are bringing people the opportunity to shoot some golf and support the ag students club for the second year during Festival Days. Montana State University-Northern Professional Agricultural Students Club...

 

For the Record, Sept 12, 2018

Havre Police Department Janel Mignon Russette of Havre, 31, was arrested during a Tuesday 8:24 a.m. vehicle stop on Second Street on charges of driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license, se...

 

Obituary - Dorothy Anne (Packer) Duncan

During the early morning hours of September 4, 2018, Dorothy Anne (Packer) Duncan slipped these earthly bonds and raced through the "Pearly Gates." She had a good relationship with her Heavenly... Full story

 

Obituary - Carolyn Marquardt

Carolyn Marquardt of Havre, 94, passed away to Heaven from Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes Sept. 1, 2018. A memorial service will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church on Friday,... Full story

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 12, 2018

HRDC Head Start has a family day

The District 4 Human Resource Development Council Head Start program held an event Tueday at Lincoln Center for parents of kinds in the program to meet the teachers and ask the faculty any question...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 12, 2018

Havre schools move on air quality policy

The Havre Public School Board at its meeting Tuesday unanimously approved the first reading of a proposed policy to adjust outdoor activities for students depending on air quality. Havre High School math teacher Kurt Leeds, who presented the...

 

Fire restrictions lifting Friday in Blaine, Hill counties, Fort Belknap

Staff and wire report With cooler weather and precipitation falling, fire restrictions will be lifted in Hill and Blaine counties and the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation this weekend, although burn permits will not be issued in Blaine County....

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 12, 2018

Wild Horse Border Committee talks about improvements to port

The Wild Horse Border Committee Monday talked about trying to improve Montana Secondary Highway 232 - Wild Horse Road - to increase safety and try to get the Wild Horse Port between Montana and...

 

Steer donations needed for MSU's student Steer-A-Year program

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana ranchers are encouraged to donate a steer for the benefit of the learning and development of next generation agricultural producers. Montana State University’s College of Agriculture is seeking donations of...

 

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