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Obituary - Donna E. (Cornella) Larson

Donna E. (Cornella) Larson, 95, went to be with the Lord Wednesday, May 31, 2023, at Sweet Nursing Home of natural causes. Her Vigil Service will be at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 6,... — Updated 6/5/2023


Public invited to attend Tiber Reservoir public meeting

Press release The Bureau of Reclamation is scheduled to host a public meeting Wednesday, May 24, 2023, from 6-8 p.m. at the Chester Community/Senior Center at 618 E. Adams Ave., Chester, to discuss recreation at Tiber Reservoir, Di... — Updated 5/17/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Tester: Senate Republicans blocked care for veterans

Montana Sen. Jon Tester in a press conference Thursday said the biggest news relevant to his committees is bad, unfortunately, with the recent rejection of a bill that would have,... — Updated 5/1/2023


Importance of local museums topic of Chinook presentation

CHINOOK - The importance of museums for local Montana towns is the topic of a presentation Friday at the Blaine County Museum. Sabre Moore, executive director of the Carter County... — Updated 4/19/2023


Try not to stress wildlife at this time of year

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Late winter and early spring is often a difficult time for wildlife.  After using fat reserves through most of the winter, along with trying to... — Updated 3/21/2023


Hays ranchers among finalists for MSU agritourism and sustainable agriculture program

From the MSU News Service BOZEMAN — The Montana State University College of Agriculture has announced finalists including a ranchers from Hays for a new leadership program focused on sustainable agriculture and agritourism.... — Updated 2/9/2023


American Farm Bureau establishes 2023 policies at annual meeting

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Farmer and rancher delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation's 104th Convention adopted policies to guide the organization's work in 2023. Key topics... — Updated 1/18/2023


Public invited to hear panel of stakeholders discuss state elk management Jan. 14

Staff and wire The public is invited to attend what the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association is calling an open gathering for a conversation between representatives of stakehol... — Updated 1/5/2023

 By Tim Leeds    Local

A year in review - good and bad

2022 was a busy year in this part of north-central Montana with good news and bad. Here is a list of some of the stories Havre Daily News covered in the past year. Havre Public... — Updated 12/30/2022


Prescribed fire operations start tomorrow in the Little Rocky Mountains

Press release People may see smoke rising in the Little Rocky Mountains near Zortman starting today as Bureau of Land Managment's north-central Montana District fuels program staff... — Updated 12/20/2022

 By Press release    Local

Prescribed fire operations starting in the Little Rocky Mountains

Bureau of Land Management north-central Montana District fuels program staff plan to conduct pile burning, starting today, Dec. 20, on BLM-managed lands at the Camp Creek project... — Updated 12/20/2022


MSGA holds annual convention

Staff and wire report Montana Stockgrowers Association had a busy week last week during its 138th Annual Convention and Trade Show in Billings. On the final day of convention, attendees finalized policy, elected the 2023 board of... — Updated 12/14/2022

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Fire officials praise response to Eagle Creek Fire

Editor’s note: This version corrects the location where the fire started. The Hill County Fire Council held a regular meeting Thursday evening, where they discussed, among other things, the Eagle Creek Fire, one of the most... — Updated 11/1/2022 Full story


Interior law judge allows bison grazing on federal lands

HELENA (AP) — A federal administrative law judge has denied a request to block permits that expand bison grazing in north-central Montana while several parties challenge them. Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte, Attorney General Austin... — Updated 10/19/2022

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Fort Belknap intervenes in mining appeal

Fort Belknap Indian Community and three conservation organizations filed a motion to intervene Monday against an attempt to overturn a ruling on a decision about conducting mining exploration in the Little Rocky Mountains south... — Updated 9/21/2022


Firefighters headed home

The Eagle Creek Fire in the Bear Paw Mountains appears to be fairly well under control, with the resources deployed to fight the fire headed home at the end of shift today, Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation... — Updated 9/19/2022


Beaver Creek lifting camping restrictions, campfire ban started today

Beaver Creek Park announced that the camping restrictions it put in place due to East Fork Fire are being lifted, but a campfire ban did go into effect today. Beaver Creek restricted overnight camping south of Taylor Road due to... — Updated 9/16/2022

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Commission announces fire restrictions as Eagle Creek Fire continues

As the Eagle Creek Fire burns on tribal, private and government land just south of Beaver Creek Park, the Hill County Commission has announced that the county will enter Stage 1 Fire Restrictions at 12:01 a.m. Friday morning to... — Updated 9/15/2022


Things to remember while hunting in Montana

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunters must expect to see bears Grizzly bears have the potential to be found anywhere in the western two-thirds of Montana — west of Billings — and their distribution is denser and more... — Updated 9/15/2022

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Containment increases in Eagle Creek Fire

Editor’s note: This version corrects the size of the fire in the subheadline. Work on the Eagle Creek Fire continues with the firefighting perimeter continuing to grow. The perime... — Updated 9/15/2022

 By Press release    Local

Withdrawal established to protect Zortman-Landusky Mine reclamation site

The Bureau of Land Management issued a Public Land Order today to protect more than 2,600 acres at the Zortman-Landusky Mine reclamation area from future mining activities. The BLM... — Updated 9/9/2022

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Eagle Creek Fire at 8,200 acres, full attack on fire today

The Eagle Creek Fire that started on Mount Baldy in the Bear Paw Mountains has grown to an estimated 8,200 acres, Hill County Disaster and Emergency Service Coordinator Amanda... — Updated 9/9/2022


Full attack continues on Eagle Creek Fire in Bear Paws

9:45 a.m. Hill County Disaster and Emergency Services Coordinator Amanda Frickel said this morning that a full attack continues on the Eagle Creek Fire in the Bear Paw Mountains.... — Updated 9/9/2022 Full story


Bear Paw fire listed at 8,500 acres

The fire in the Bear Paw Mountains that was reported at 2,000 acres this morning -- but growing rapidly -- was listed at 8,500 acres this afternoon, with Hill County Disaster and Em... — Updated 9/8/2022 Full story


Turf war

Amanda Eggert Montana Free Press Montana livestock-producer groups and two Republican elected officeholders continued their pressure campaign to halt bison grazing on federal lands... — Updated 9/1/2022


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