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 By Tim Leeds    Local

Two more locations listed for possible COVID-19 exposure

Hill County Health Department has reported two more locations where people may have been exposed to COVID-19. Health department releases this afternoon said people at Tip-It... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Agents back at Amtrak stations, Tuss to speak at hearing secured by Tester

Editor’s note: This version adds comments from Amtrak spokesperson Marc Magliari about how cash sales tickets will not be sold in the Havre and Shelby Amtrak stations. A representative of Amtrak said agents will be coming back to... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Aarron Thompson    Sports

Pony netters look for revenge on homecoming

After another split weekend for the Havre High volleyball team, the Blue Ponies are looking to find some more wins, especially in the Northeastern A. This weekend will give Havre... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Pumpkin patches growing in the area

Fall is here again and that means pumpkin patches in the area are starting up. Chinook is hosting a pumpkin patch at Finley's Garden by the Water Plant located at 400 Indiana... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Officials plead for people to flatten the curve

Gov. Steve Bullock and some health care experts pleaded with Montanans during a press conference Wednesday to follow recommendations to slow the spread of COVID-19, which is exploding in the state. The state this morning reported 4... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

Court shoots down GOP effort to block all-mail election option

by Chris Aadland Montana Free Press A federal judge rejected Wednesday a lawsuit brought by Republican groups seeking to halt mail-in voting during Montana’s November election, calling the plaintiffs’ claims that voting by... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

Fort Belknap entering shut down due to COVID-19

Fort Belknap Indian Reservation's tribal government has announced that, due to the increase in cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Blaine County and on the reservation, the reservation i... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

Man sentenced to 10 years for sex with minor on Rocky Boy

From U.S. Attorney for District of Montana GREAT FALLS — A man who admitted having sex with a minor girl and to recording the activity on his cell phone was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison and five years of supervised r... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 13,500 with 429 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 727 with 178 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 348,709 with 3,551 new tests listed this morning. The number of deaths... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

FWP seeks public comment on Montana Forest Legacy Program updates

From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on updates to the Montana Forest Legacy Program’s Assessment of Need document. The Forest Legacy Program, which is administered by... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

Obituary - Arhonto Dritshulas

Arhonto Dritshulas of Havre, 76, entered into eternal rest after a long battle with Alzheimer's September 26, 2020, with her husband and daughters by her side.  A private family Tr... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

Stage I Fire Restrictions Rescinded for Blaine and Valley Counties

From Lewistown Area Fire Restrictions Group With the return of cooler weather, local management has rescinded Stage I Fire Restrictions effective 12:01 a.m. Friday for all lands within Blaine and Valley Counties.    Stage 1... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

From the Courts - State District Court: Man sentenced to house arrest on amended DUI charge

Russell Lee Doney was sentenced in state District Court in Havre to house arrest and probation on a misdemeanor count of aggravated DUI, amended from a felony charge of criminal child endangerment for driving while intoxicated... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

For the Record, Oct. 1, 2020

Havre Police Department Joey Ray Azure of Havre, 25, was arrested on an assault charge, John Martin Holman of Havre, 29, was arrested on an assault charge and on three Justice or... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Psalm sing set at Atrium Mall

Individual performers or church choirs are invited to “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord“ Friday at a Psalm sing event at the Atrium Mall downstaris center stage starting at 6 p.m. “The event is just for people to get togethe... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion

Looking out my Backdoor - Double bubble toil and trouble

In these perilous times, we must make our own fun. In the interests of pleasure and economy, aided by an unusual (to me) scientific bent, I set out to boil up some chemical... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Caleb Chambliss, Havre High Golf

Fall is about as good as it gets for Havre High senior Caleb Chambliss. That's because he gets to do two sports he loves dearly, almost simultaneously. You see, Chambliss is now a f... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports

COVID-19 interrupts Harlem sports

As has been the case since the start of fall sports, things are changing quickly during the coronavirus pandemic. And that's been especially true this week, as both Harlem and Box E... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports

Car passes available at Blue Pony Stadium

In addition to added fan allowance at Havre High sporting events, HHS has announced that cars will be allowed into Blue Pony Stadium for Friday's homecoming game against Miles... — Updated 10/1/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Andy's re-opens as Bow and Marrow supper club

A new version of a decades-old Havre restaurant has opened with a new name Bow and Marrow had a soft grand opening last weekend with not only a new style, but a new menu, as well.... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

A fair to remember

By Justin Franz Kaiser Health Network Laura Stutzman had no doubts that this year’s Twin Falls County Fair should go on despite the pandemic still raging across the U.S. — and several outbreaks tied to such community fairs. Tho... — Updated 10/1/2020

 

Health Guide 2020

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