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Hi-Line Living - The start to something greater

The schools at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation are working to start a new tradition in teaching students their traditions. Native American Week started Sept. 24, and this was the first year...

 

Hi-Line Living: Indian Relay Races thunder through Havre

July 22, spectators packed the Great Northern Fair arena to watch the first Indian Relay Races held during the fair surge around the racetrack. Riding bareback, in shorts and without helmets, each...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 6, 2018

Hi-Line Living - FOOD, FUN AND PRIDE

Red, white and blue were the colors of the day, while the sounds of live music mingled with the laughter and happy squeals of children, the smell of hotdogs and hamburgers wafted through the air, and...

 

Hi-Line Living: War Talk

One hundred years after the end of the Great War, H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum kicked off it's Summer Speaker series with a speech about World War I and Havre. The first speech of the summer, titled...

 

Hi-Line Living: Goodbye Hi-Line

SeRim Jeong spent the last year in Havre, far away from home. Jeong, who will turn 16 years old June 25, is from Seodaemun District in the South Korean capital city of Seoul, but she spent the school...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 8, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Bringing history to life

Saturday, Havre celebrated Living History, with many locations offering tours and activities for community members and tourists of all ages. Volunteers made the day and history come alive from a time...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 1, 2018

Hi-Line Living: World-class program moves into world-class building

Chancellor of Montana State University-Northern Greg Kegel's vision came to life when Northern opened the doors for a ribbon cutting ceremony on the new Diesel Technology Center May 23. Many...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    May 25, 2018

Hi-Line Living: A day at the park

Though it's open year-round, Beaver Creek Park Superintendent Chad Edgar and park staff are amping up preparations at the park for their biggest holiday and busiest season of the year. Beaver Creek...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    May 18, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Havre Pride is more than just a week

Saturday, May 19, is Pride Day and will also mark the end of Havre Pride Clean Up Week, which is a week designated for showing pride in and cleaning up the community, run by the Havre Chamber of...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    May 11, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Graduates celebrate Northern

Victor Gone smiled as he stood outside the Armory Gymnasium at Montana State University-Northern in his graduation gown, surrounded by his fellow graduates and their families. May 5 was a day he had...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    May 4, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Junior rifle club celebrates end of season

The morning of April 28, the VFW Bear Paw Junior Rifle Club shooting range beneath Havre Fire Department was filled with the laughter and chatter of parents and children as they enjoyed a potluck...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 27, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Stone Child College: Helping students step up and forward

Peggy Aquino moved with her husband and two sons in 1997 from California to Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation. An enrolled member of the Chippewa Cree tribe, she grew up in California but as a child...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 20, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Weather won't cut road crews a break

The winter was like just one big blizzard for Hill County Road Department Supervisor Andy Hanson and his 19-member crew. "It just seemed like it was never ending," he said. The heavy snowfall,...

 

Hi-Line Living: Caring for the animals

If you have been out to Havre Animal Shelter, called about a stray animal or seen the man in the blue "Havre Animal Control" shirt, you have probably met Pete Federspiel; the man with the big smile...

 

Hi-Line Living: Robots on the Hi-Line

While many high school classrooms may be empty during lunchtime, Chris Comp's classroom seems to be the complete opposite. Lunches and snacks are spread over the tables but are greatly ignored as the...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    March 30, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Big concert for small towns

The Havre Middle School auditorium teemed with seventh- and eighth-grade choir students Monday, as students from middle school choirs throughout the area gathered to take part in the Invitational...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    March 23, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Bullhook Bottoms to Havre: Celebrating Havre's incorporation year

Before there was Havre, there was an area south of the Milk River called Bullhook Bottoms, which got its name from the butte southeast of present-day Havre that regional Native Americans called Bullho...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    March 16, 2018

The joys of calving on the Hi-Line

As a scientist, Livestock Operations manager for the Northern Agricultural Research Center Cory Parsons, an Idaho native, "objectively" believes that Montana beef is superior. No, he said he can't pro...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    March 9, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Music Man

For decades, John Steinhardt performed at nightclubs and bars around the world, but recently he has spent much of his time sharing the stage with young musicians at Hays-Lodge Pole High School....

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    March 2, 2018

Hi-Line Living: The roots of skiing: Bear Paw Ski Bowl

The Bear Paw Ski Bowl is not a typical ski hill. There's no posh resort tucked into it. It's not operated by transplants who've moved to the area just for the skiing. And it's one of only two ski hill...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 23, 2018

Fort Assinniboine - the beginning of north-central Montana

Before Montana became a state, before the name Havre had ever been emblazoned on, or staked in, any part of the Hi-Line, there was a Fort Assinniboine. "If it weren't for Fort Assinniboine, there...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 9, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Working and shopping at Sally Ann's

Matt Montagino walked into Salvation Army's Sally Ann Thrift Store, 23 years ago, and he has been working there ever since. At the time, Montagino and his wife had just moved from Seattle to Havre...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 2, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Hi-Line Hell Freeze

Hockey in Havre makes sense. It doesn't take much straining to see why one of the coldest places in Montana - in the U.S. - would embrace a sport that started in another winter town, Nova Scotia,...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 26, 2018

Hi-Line Living: A springlike winter break on the Hi-Line

After a frigid blast of winter air froze the Hi-Line from Christmas through the first part of January, a blast of spring-like warmth settled in, letting people switch from winter parkas to light...

 

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