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 By Stephen Real    Local    December 6, 2018

MAT brings Peter Pan to live in third Christmas panto

Montana Actors’ Theatre is ready to perform its latest holiday pantomime production with “Peter Pan” opening this weekend at the Little Theater in Cowan Hall on Montana State...

 

HHS boys begin Walynn Burgess era

At one time or another, every program has a fresh start and with new head coach Walynn Burgess, the Havre High boys basketball team is getting one this season. Following last season, former head...

 

Loaded Pony girls ready for more

One key to maintaining success is knowing how to handle it and when it comes to high school basketball teams in Montana, few have had more success in recent years than the Havre High girls basketball...

 

College Standings, Polls

Frontier Conference Women’s Standings Conf. All W-L W-L Rocky Mountain 2-0 8-1 Carroll College 2-0 6-2 UM-Western 1-0 4-0 Lewis-Clark State 1-1 9-2 Montana Tech 0-1 8-2 Providence 0-2 7-2 MSU-Northern 0-2 4-5 Frontier Conference Men’s Standings...

 

Ponies aim to keep their Mining City title

Over the years, the Havre High wrestling team has won a lot of tournaments and at many of them, they have won multiple times in succession. One of those tournaments is the annual Mining City Duals...

 

Making Moves: Class A set to re-align

The state of Montana is ever-changing, and Class A schools in the Treasure State continue to change with it. At the last Montana High School Association Executive Board meeting, another re-alignment t...

 

Outdoors: Region 6 shoulder season to begin

Montana FWP For the third year, FWP Region 6 has a shoulder season that allows antlerless elk hunting with a specific B-license. The past two years, the shoulder season was two weeks long, but this...

 

Outdoors: Comments sought on Mountain Lion Strategy

Montana FWP FWP is seeking public comment on a draft Montana Mountain Lion Management Strategy. Over the last 25 years, FWP has made significant investments in field research that helps inform...

 

Outdoors: Region 6 CAC to meet in Havre

Montana FWP FWP's Region 6 Citizen Advisory Council will meet from 12:45 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Havre Inn & Suites conference room in Havre, for a special legislative meeting. The...

 

Glacier's red bus fleet to undergo rehabilitation

Press release WEST GLACIER — Glacier National Park’s iconic White Motor Company Model 706 red buses will start getting extensive rehabilitation this year. The buses were manufactured between 1936 and 1939, were painted the color of ripe mountain...

 

Glacier National Park announces Fee-Free Days for 2019  

Press release Glacier National Park will waive its entrance fee on five days in 2019. The five entrance fee-free days for 2019 will be: • Monday, Jan. 21 — Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. • Saturday, April 20 — Start of National Park Week/Natio...

 

FWP Region 6 Havre-area check station results

Press release The final results are in at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Havre check station for the 2018 hunting season. The check station was open for eight weeks; from Oct. 6 — the open of general antelope — through Nov. 25 — the end of...

 

For the Record, Dec. 6, 2018

Havre Police Department A 7:52 a.m. Wednesday caller from Fourth Street asked to speak with an officer about a theft, forgery or fraud. -- James David Berger Jr. of Havre, 40, was arrested on a pick...

 

Obituary - Karen Elaine (Nelson) Wall

Karen Elaine (Nelson) Wall, 76, passed away at Northern Montana Hospital on December 4, 2018. A celebration of life will be held on December 10, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at the Fifth Avenue Christian Church...

 

Letter to the Editor - Martin family hosts Christmas Cap and Glove drive

The Martin Family of Hays, along with our employees at Martin’s Grocery, are all sponsoring a Christmas a Cap and Glove drive for all ages. Our winters can get pretty harsh out here, and we see so many people going without, so we decided we would...

 

A tempest in a teapot

We narrowly averted a minor crisis on Rancho Esperanza this week. A waterline broke, flooding the entrance road into our gringo enclave, which we fondly call Colonia Americano. This is a dirt road I am talking about so running water can do a...

 

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