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A SPECIAL DAY IN THE WATER

For the Havre High swim teams getting to compete inside the Havre Community Pool is always special. It's special because the Blue Ponies don't get to do it often during a season, and this winter,...

 

Fast Start: Pony girls dominate in the Corral

Leading up to the two season-opening games against Sidney and Glendive this past weekend, Havre High girls basketball coach Dustin Kraske said his team was ready to play someone besides itself in...

 

Ponies are kings of the Mining City, again

The Havre High wrestling team is used to having success in Butte, so when the Blue Ponies wound up winning a fifth straight team championship at the Mining City Duals this past weekend, it...

 

Havre High boys split road openers at Sidney, Glendive

The Havre High boys basketball team was faced with the daunting task of back-to-back road games after a lengthy bus trip to the Eastern side of the state. However, by the time the Blue Ponies were...

 

For the Record, Dec. 11, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after two callers near Seventh Avenue and Second Street reported Friday at 10:05 a.m. that a motor vehicle crash had taken place. —— Officers issued a summons to Robin Rae Myers of Havre, 54, on a...

 

Licenses for Bridgert CWD hunt on sale today

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the Bridger Special Chronic Wasting Disease Hunt at its regular monthly meeting Thursday. The hunt will begin Dec. 15 and go through Feb. 15. Licenses will go on sale...

 

Wardens seek information on elk shot and wasted near Slippery Ann Elk Viewing Area

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 game wardens and federal wildlife officers are seeking any information regarding two cow elk that were shot and left near the...

 

Eliminating Private Activity Bonds will hurt Montana communities

Congress has the unenviable job of deciding who wins big and who will be hurt by tax reform. One decision that should be easy for lawmakers is to retain the tax tool that has resulted in the development of more than 7,000 affordable homes, access to...

 

GOP Congress: Faith Over Facts; Politics Over Policy

The Republican Party is in the D.C. driver’s seat, having majorities in both House and Senate, along with having the presidency, with all of its institutional strength, and the vice president to break tie votes in the Senate. Such singular...

 

Havre speech wins in Cut Bank

Press release Havre High School speech and debate took its biggest tournament of the season so far to an invitational tournament in Cut Bank Saturday, and saw great success. Havre won the Class A sweepstakes competition with 102 points to...

 

Hunter Education Class

Hunter Education Class, required for hunters born after Jan. 1, 1985, to obtain a Montana hunting licenses, will be held at Stone Child College’s Kennawash Hall Monday through Wednesday, Dec. 18, 19 and 20. The free class, open to everyone 11...

 

Think outside the gift box: Donate blood and give more life

From American Red Cross The best gifts can not be bought in a store. The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by giving blood this December,with an opportunity in Havre Monday, Dec. 18, at Havre High School from 10:30 a.m. to...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    December 11, 2017

Fort Belknap opens new call center

Island Mountain Development Group, the economic development arm of the Gros Ventre and Assiniboine tribes on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, opened a second call center Tuesday. The new facility in Hays will mean the creation of 270 jobs that wi...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 11, 2017

Billings murder victim a former Fort Belknap resident

The Fort Belknap tribal council has condemned the November death in Billings of former Fort Belknap Indian Reservation resident Myron Wesley Knight, saying it will continue to do all that it can to protect the safety of members of its community on...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 11, 2017

HHS Key Club cleans up Milk River

Thanks to a concerned Havre citizen, Havre High School Key Club members organized and took to cleaning trash Sunday afternoon from under the viaduct and Milk River Bridge. The north side Havre citizen...

 

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