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 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 15, 2019

New charges, actions related to John Deere, E-1 burglaries

A series of actions have come up in court with people accused of involvement in a string of burglaries in Havre late last year and early this year, including at some major local businesses. In January, the Havre John Deere dealership Frontline Ag...

 

Hi-Line Football: Beeters, Knights win big

The Big Sandy football team had another exciting weekend after beating the Heart Butte Warriors last Friday. The Pioneers rattled the Warriors 88-6 to continue their dominant season. Big Sandy did...

 

Lights picked second, Skylights sixth in Preseason hoops polls

The 2019 NAIA basketball season is right around the corner. And Frontier Conference fans got some excitement last weekend as the league announced its 2019-2020 Preseason Coaches Poll, and...

 

Hi-Line Volleyball: Chinook keeps rolling in the 6C

Most area volleyball teams will take a break this weekend, but that means last week and next week are big as the season draws closer to district tournament play. Last Thursday, the Chinook...

 

Frontier Notebook: Orediggers shake things up

In the Mining City, the earth has shook many, many times. It did again Saturday night, and it sent shock waves around the rest of the Frontier Conference. The 2019 Frontier football season had its...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

TUESDAY High School Volleyball Chinook at CJI North Star at Box Elder Harlem vs HLP WEDNESDAY College Wrestling MSU-N Maroon/Gold, 7 p.m. FRIDAY High School Football Havre at Billings Central, 7 p.m....

 

FWP to hold CWD public information sessions in Conrad and Shelby

From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 4 will have two public information sessions regarding Chronic Wasting Disease in north-central Montana. The meetings will focus on current and future management of CWD in the...

 

FWP Region 4 CAC to meet

From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 4 Citizens Advisory Council will hold its next meeting Oct. 23 at the FWP R4 headquarters, 4600 Giant Springs Road in Great Falls. The Region 4 CAC provides FWP with input and...

 

From the Courts: Harlem man sentenced to prison for domestic abuse

From the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana GREAT FALLS — A Harlem man was sentenced to 21 months in prison and three years of supervised release on Oct. 10 for conviction on domestic abuse charges, U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme...

 

For the Record, Oct. 15, 2019

Havre Police Department Leann Ahenakew Gardipee of Havre, 43, was arrested on three Justice or City court warrants and Elisabeth May St. Pierre of Havre, 20, was arrested on a suspended or revoked...

 

Operation Christmas Child drop-off site opening in Havre

Press release This month, sites in the Havre area will be among 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, Nov. 18-25. Havre families, churches and...

 

Hi-Line Child Care Association holding Pizza Hut Fundraiser

Hi-Line Child Care Association is holding a fundraiser Thursday at Pizza Hut. The proceeds will help pay for the association’s training opportunities and other events it offers to the community. Thursday, anyone paying for a sit-down or carry-out...

 

Holding a Christmas event? HDN wants your information

The Havre Daily News’ annual Christmas holiday insert will be disbursed just prior to Thanksgiving, and we want to include as many of the area holiday events as possible so people living in or coming to north-central Montana can join in the...

 

Six Montana writers sweep the 2019 High Plains Book Awards

Press release Six Montanans were among the 11 award winners chosen from a record 228 nominations in the 2019 High Plains Book Awards. The winners were announced at the 13th annual awards banquet on Oct. 12 in Billings. Other winners were from...

 

MSU Wonderlust to offer Oct. 17 wildlife biologist discussion in Livingston

MSU News Service MSU Wonderlust will host a discussion with wildlife biologist Mike Vivion Oct. 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Livingston-Park County Library. The talk, “Flights on the Wild Side 2: More Adventures of a Wildlife Biologist in the Frozen...

 

Clack Museum board hears traffic up a bit in September

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board Monday discussed the traffic at the museum, the H. Earl Clack and Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum Foundation Board’s annual meeting coming up in two weeks and Dinosaur Christmas. “We’ve been pretty...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    October 15, 2019

First Diabetes Beat Down Race set in Chinook

Sweet Medical Center will be hosting its premier Diabetes Beat Down Race Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Blaine County Fairgrounds to raise awareness and funds to fight diabetes in the area,  event organizer and Sweet Medical Center Nurse...

 

Local mental health council considers disbanding if recruitment fails

The Hill County Mental Health Local Advisory Council agreed Monday that if it can’t recruit more members and interest by March, it may disband. “I definitely think we should focus on some of our goals or something with what work groups are on,...

 

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