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 By Derek Hann    Local    December 31, 2018

Increasing patrol set over New Year's

The Havre Police Department announced it will be increasing patrols in Havre over New Year’s Eve. Chief of Police Gabe Matosich said the police department will have additional officers for traffic enforcement and seat belt laws. He added that the...

 

Blood Drive set in Chinook for Jan. 8

From Red Cross A blood drive is set for Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Chinook at Wallner Hall, 330 Ohio, from 12:30 to 6 p.m. Please stop by and join the Red Cross in giving your life saving blood.  All blood types are urgently needed and  each pint of...

 

Obituary - Leonard Doney

Leonard Doney of Havre, 77, passed away at a rehabilitation center in Great Falls Dec. 26, 2018. A full obituary including service announcements will be released at a later date.... Full story

 

Letter to the Editor - Beavers in Beaver Creek Park – Enemy or ally?

It depends on who you ask. Are beavers a nuisance or an invaluable Mother Nature-provided stream ecosystem engineer? Like many things in our biological world, both attitudes are partly right and partly not right. Beavers cut down trees, flood areas,...

 

Frontier Preview: Some of the NAIA's best women's teams reside in the Frontier

In women’s basketball, the Frontier Conference has been as good as any league in the NAIA for a long time now. And, the last two years, it’s been on full display with the national tournament...

 

Frontier Preview: Coaching changes make for an interesting Frontier season

Before the 2018-19 Frontier Conference season began, it was already going to be remembered as the year of sweeping coaching changes. Steve Keller shocked the league and left UM-Western for...

 

For the Record, Dec. 31, 2018

Havre Police Department A caller at a Second Street business reported a theft Friday at 7:29 a.m. -- A 16-year-old was issued a summons on a charge of shoplifting after a caller at a First Street...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 31, 2018

The year in review: 2018

The past 12 months were filled with local news, some happy, some distressing, ranging from politics to helping people in need, from trying to find why indigenous women are so much more likely to be...

 

Pizza Hut fundraiser set for victims of Kremlin house fire

Staff and wire report A fundraiser is set for Thursday to help a family who lost everything in a house fire in Kremlin that left only a small pile of smoldering rubble as the remainder of their home and possessions. In the early hours of Dec. 18,...

 

Fake bills being passed in area

Havre Police Department issued a release warning people that people have been trying to pay for purchases in this area with fake $100 bills. A release from the department said officers have collected...

 

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