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Partners in Prevention - Seven signs your child may be drinking alcohol

An alarming one in four — 29 percent — Montana teens report drinking alcohol within the past month. And 18 percent of teens admit to binge drinking in the past 30 days. Those are the latest statistics captured in the 2020... — Updated 11/30/2021

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

New COVID-19 variant raising concerns

Countries including the United States are imposing travel restrictions and urging caution and vaccination while a new COVID-19 variant, named the omicron variant by World Health Organization, and its impacts are studied. U.S.... — Updated 11/29/2021

 

Quick pics: Elks Cocktails and Crafts 2021

 — Updated 11/29/2021

 

Ringing in the holiday season

After community Thanksgiving dinners kicked off the holiday season in Chinook and Havre Thursday, the Christmas season soon followed with events Friday and Saturday. Havre Elks Lodg... — Updated 11/29/2021

 

State and local COVID-19 update, Nov. 29, 2021

The Montana state COVID tracking map after this morning’s update listed 354 new cases, 4,284 active cases, 215 hospitalizations and 215 deaths. The cumulative total for the state was 190,424 cases. Hill County, reported on the... — Updated 11/29/2021 Full story

 

Deadlines approaching on applying for local FSA positions

Staff and wire report Deadlines are right around the corner on applying for positions available at the Chouteau, Hill and Toole county U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency offices. The deadlines are Wednesday, Dec.... — Updated 11/29/2021

 

NAMI Havre lists new location in newsletter

From NAMI Havre National Alliance on Mental Illness Havre’s office is in the Atrium on the top floor in Suite 408. It is a bigger area for us to hold more classes at once. We also have a new phone and fax number, and we are... — Updated 11/29/2021

 

For the Record, Nov. 29, 2021

Havre Police Department A Third Street caller reported at 8:19 a.m. Friday that a battery was stolen out of a 1995 Ford F150. -- Friday at 11:59 a.m., an older white mountain bike... — Updated 11/29/2021

 

Correction - Festival of Trees

A story on page A3 of Friday’s Havre Daily News misreported that Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line Festival of Trees was live this year. The festival was again online with online bidding closing Saturday.... — Updated 11/29/2021 Full story

 

Boys & Girls Club Festival of Trees set for Saturday

Havre Daily News staff Editor’s note: This version corrects that the event was held with online bidding. Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line is once again holding its annual... — Updated 11/29/2021

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

State reports two more Hill County deaths

The state COVID-19 tracking map update this morning listed two more COVID-19-related deaths than the Hill County Health Department reported in its last update Tuesday, with 71... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

Quick pics: Serving up Thanksgiving

 — Updated 11/26/2021

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

Toys for Tots drive underway in Havre

The U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program is back in Havre for the fourth year, continuing a successful drive to bring toys to children in the area. Local organizer Jennifer Tilleman said in an email that the drive helped 80... — Updated 11/26/2021

 
 By Pam Burke    Local

Help and thanks giving on the Hi-Line

About 30 north-central Montana ranchers and farmers gathered north of Kremlin Monday and, with the aid of their seven semitractor-trailers, seven pickups with trailers and eight... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

State and local COVID-19 update, Nov. 26, 2021

Hill County Health Department, reported on the state update this morning, listed 71 deaths, 3 new cases, 20 active. Other data conflicted with Hill County Health Department data, which reported Tuesday 3,478 total cases. Blaine Cou... — Updated 11/26/2021 Full story

 

For the Record, Nov. 26, 2021

Havre Police Department Someone stopped at the police station Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. to speak with officers about a trespasser. -- A Spruce Drive caller reported a vehicle crash... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission weekly calendar

Monday Regular business hours Tuesday 10:30 a.m. — Road department meeting in commissioners’ office Wednesday 3 p.m. — Road Advisory Committee meeting in the Timmons Room Thursday 10 a.m. — Weekly business meeting in the... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

Out Our Way: Loading the trucks - Psalm 118:1

Out our way, the end of the roundup when we shipped Big Mike's herd east to the feedlots was always a special day. The roundup itself was a long and sometimes difficult process,... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, when it seems that there's no hope, things aren't going according to our plans, or maybe just going askew, it's then that we must remember that You are faithful,... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

Senior Center News, Nov. 26, 2021

North Central Senior Citizens Center Nov. 29 to Dec. 3 Menu Monday — Pulled-pork sandwich, coleslaw, corn on the cob, cookies Tuesday — Salad, meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, green beans, rolls, cake Wednesday ... — Updated 11/26/2021

 

Eagles annual toy drive underway in Havre

The Havre Eagles are again collecting some gifts to make the holidays a little more merry for some local children. Eagles Auxiliary President Candace Dess said they are accepting gifts to distribute to children in their annual... — Updated 11/24/2021

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

Holiday season hits the region starting this week

The holiday season begins in earnest this week in this part of north-central Montana with holiday dinners Thanksgiving Day and Christmas festivities in Chinook this week. Both... — Updated 11/24/2021

 
 By Pam Burke    Local

Highly contagious kennel cough hitting area

Local pet professionals are recommending that dog owners take precautions with their canine pets to guard against an illness commonly known as kennel cough. Kennel cough is the... — Updated 11/24/2021

 

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