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 Local    July 18, 2019 

Schedule of the 2019 Great Northern Fair

Editor’s note: This version includes the food court schedule, which was not available earlier this week. Today 7 a.m. — 4-H market animal weigh scale open 7 a.m. — Bigger Better Barn concessions open to public 9:30 a.m. — 4-H market animal...

 
 Local    July 18, 2019 

MSU Extension hires associate director and Weatherization Training Center director

MSU News Service BOZEMAN - Montana State University has announced the hiring of Suzanne Stluka as the associate director of MSU Extension and Chris Dorsi as the director of the Weatherization...

 
 Local    July 18, 2019 

4-H Horse Show results

Senior Showmanship Grand - Saige O'Neil; Trailblazers Junior Showmanship Grand - Cassandra Gibson; Mountain View Reserve - Hayden Strauser; Sunrise Western Horsemanship Level 3 Grand - Cassandra...

 

2019 Great Northern Fair 4-H Interview Day results released

4-H activities are underway in earnest at the 2019 Great Northern Fair, with interview judging conducted Tuesday at Havre Middle School 4-H activities continue through the fair and results will be...

 

This is Montana: Modern Malta offers much to explore - Part 2 of 2

By Hillary Sward UM Graduate Student Malta has an appealing downtown that includes a state-of-the-art movie theater with surround sound joined by a healthy, self-sufficient variety of other businesses...

 

Glacier Park invites volunteers to annual noxious weed blitz

From Glacier National Park WEST GLACIER — The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center and Glacier National Park invite volunteers for a day of hands-on learning during the annual Noxious Weed Blitz on July 18. The event will take place...

 

This is Montana - Old West beef empires launches town of Malta

U.S. Highway 191 climbs a steep grade out of the Missouri River bottoms north of the bridge at the James Kipp Recreation Area. As it gains the upper extent of the river breaks, a far-reaching, high...

 

Tester defends long-distance Amtrak service for rural Montana

From the office of Sen. Jon Tester Following the Trump Administration’s repeated attempts to cut rail funding in rural America, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., pressed Amtrak officials on their failure to invest in long-distance commuter rail lines...

 

Carroll College names students to Spring 2019 Dean's List

From Carroll College Local students were named to the Spring Semester Dean’s List at Carroll College To be included on the dean’s list, a student must receive a 3.5 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 scale and take at least 12 graded credits...

 

Local named to dean's list at Gonzaga University

From Gonzaga University SPOKANE, Wash. —  Ashlin Rosgaard of Havre earned placement on the Gonzaga University Dean’s List for spring semester 2019. Students must earn a 3.5 to 3.84 grade-point average to be listed....

 

Bane named to NDSU dean's list

From North Dakota State State University FARGO. N.D. — Nursing student Ellen D. Bane of Havre was among the 3,740 North Dakota State University students to be placed on the Spring 2019 Dean’s List. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average...

 

Montana Neighbor Award nominations due July 24

From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks The Montana Neighbor Awards is soliciting nominations for its annual awards; nominations are due July 24. The Montana Neighbor Awards is a working group made up of conservation organizations from around the...

 

Cederberg, Waller appointed committees by governor

From the Office of the Governor Gov. Steve Bullock announced the following appointments Friday, including Max Cederberg of Turner to the Wheat and Barley Committee and Liberty Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Matt Waller of Chester to the...

 

Little Shell Federal Recognition Bill one step closer to becoming law after push by Tester & Daines

From the Offices of Sens. Jon Tester and Steve Daines Federal recognition for the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians has advanced further than ever before after a push by U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines to successfully include their...

 

Two local women in Glendive for Miss Montana competition

From Miss Montana GLENDIVE - Twenty-five Miss Montana and Miss Montana's Outstanding Teen contestants from across the state including Havre's Samantha French and Chinook's Kourtney Hanson arrived in...

 

Gianforte welcomes FCC ruling to block unwanted robocalls

From the office of Rep. Greg Gianforte  WASHINGTON — Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., welcomed Thursday a Federal Communications Commission’s ruling to provide Americans with relief from unwanted robocalls. “Montanans are sick and tired of...

 

USDA announces availability of $12.5 million in Conservation Innovation Grants

From USDA  WASHINGTON — USDA announced Thursday it is investing up to $12.5 million to help support the adoption of innovative conservation approaches on agricultural lands. USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is accepting proposals...

 

Public health officials offer advice to prevent tick bites

From Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services As Montanans look to enjoy the outdoors this spring and summer, state and local public health officials urge everyone to follow a few simple steps to prevent tick bites and their...

 

Research experience at MSU propels Meldrum toward career in speech language pathology

By Anne Cantrell MSU News Service BOZEMAN - A research class Havre High School graduate Jacie Meldrum opted to take her first year at Montana State University has propelled her toward a future career...

 

CHS fights rural hunger through March campaign

From CHS FORT BENTON — Working together with CHS locations across the country, employees, community organizations and businesses, and farmers and ranchers of CHS locations in central and western Montana joined the fight against rural hunger...

 

Crunch for a Cause to golf for a cure

Golfing for a Cure is holding a Crunch for a Cause fundraiser tonight at Havre's Taco John's. When people paying for a purchase between 5 and 7 p.m. say they are donating to Golfing for a Cure,...

 

MSU's Western Transportation Institute to host STEM and design summer camps for middle schoolers

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University’s Western Transportation Institute will host two five-day summer camps that are free for area middle school students interested in community design, planning, and science, technology,...

 

Havreites likely to see smoke from training exercize today

The Havre Fire Department and Bear Paw and Chinook volunteer fire departments are holding live burn training today at 1 p.m. at US Bank Park on 11th Street, conducted by the state Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. People may see...

 

Havre crews spraying city parks

City of Havre Parks Department will be spraying the city parks this week starting Tuesday, May 14. People are asked to look for signs at the city parks concerning the use of the parks. For more information, people can call 265-578...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 10, 2019

Auditor blasts Bullock for vetoing pharmacy pricing bill

Montana State Audtitor Matt Rosendale blasted Gov. Steve Bullock for vetoing a bill backed by his office which Rosandale said in a release would have saved about 70,000 Montanans an estimated $8 million on medications in the first year alone....

 

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