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THE FINAL 36

Havre High golfer Teagan Fee has already put together an illustrious career, and this weekend, at the Class A state tournament in Hamilton, she will have the chance to write the final chapter. But no...

 

Time to tee it up at state

It may have seemed like just yesterday that the Havre High golf teams were teeing off on the beginning of their season. Now however, the end is near. Friday, four HHS girls and five boys will tee it...

 

Outdoors: Gobble Gobble Gobble

There was a time in our area that, wild turkeys weren't seen. And when there was a sighting, it was a big deal, and almost hard to be believed. And hunting wild turkeys? That was a foreign concept....

 

Pony spikers look for more home court success

The Havre High volleyball team has taken advantage of playing at home in recent weeks, winning three straight matches. This week the Blue Ponies will look to build on that success against a pair of...

 

Missouri River Breaks monument presentation set for Tuesday

Press release Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument are inviting people to the Havre-Hill County Library Tuesday at 6 p.m. for a free presentation on the history and significance of a treasure in Havre’s backyard. The Upper Missouri River Breaks...

 

Community foundation calls for grant applications

Press release The Hill County Community Foundation is currently seeking applications for the 2018 grant cycle. All Hill County-area nonprofits are encouraged to apply for a grant. HCCF is looking to fund special projects that organizations are...

 

Havre pool opens Monday

Press release The Havre Community Pool will open to the public Monday, Oct. 1, at 6 a.m. The pool schedule will be: Lap Swim — 6 to 8 a.m. Monday through Friday. Noon to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. 11...

 

Triangle Communications sets annual meeting Oct. 13

Press release Triangle Telephone Cooperative Association Inc., doing business as Triangle Communications, will celebrate 65 years of service at Triangle’s Annual Meeting of Members Saturday, Oct. 13.  The meeting will take place in the Student...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 27, 2018

Nonalcoholic socializing set at The Press

This weekend will be the first weekend The Press-Espresso Bar will do a nonalcoholic socializing event from 6 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, owner Keith Eldridge said. The event is meant to...

 

Can't iron my birthday suit

Two dozen Harlem High, Class of ’63 grads, arrived at the Great Northern Lodge for our 55th Class Reunion. Hugs, jabber, huge smiles: We provide instant love, just add self. I blurted, “We can no...

 

Voters in Montana should reject new tobacco taxes

This year as voters decide critical races in the upcoming midterms, they will have a chance to make decisions on major policy initiatives that will be on the ballot. In Montana, there is a terrible measure to increase taxes. Specifically, this...

 

For the Record, Sept. 27, 2018

Havre Police Department An 18th Street caller asked for assistance from an officer on a disturbance Wednesday at 6 a.m. -- Someone stopped at the police station Wednesday at 3:42 p.m. to report...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 27, 2018

Friends of the Havre Animal Shelter puts on Woofstock

Friends of the Havre Animal Shelter is holding its first-ever Woofstock Saturday, said organizer Kim Federspiel. She said it is an event that is going to be fun for everyone. The poster for the event says it is for “Peace, Love and Pets.” “Very...

 

To read or not to read: Banned Books Week display set at Northern

While some may think the idea of banning books seems like something that could have happened in the early 1900s, maybe mid-1900s, but not in 2018, a visit to the Banned Books exhibit at Montana State...

 

Fish Wildlife and Parks sets CWD information sessions

Staff and wire Following the first discovery of chronic wasting disease in the wild, Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks is hosting three meetings about the disease ahead of the upcoming hunting...

 

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