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 By Derek Hann    Local    August 20, 2019 

Committee Airbnb conversation hits boiling point

The chair of Havre City Council's Ordinance Committee nearly adjourned a meeting Monday when a heated argument erupted regarding Airbnbs, with people in the audience exchanging profanities and...

 

FWP to host meeting on beavers, humans and water conservation

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is hosting a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 27, on the roles of beaver and humans in habitat restoration and water conservation. The meeting’s objective is to increase common awareness of...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    August 20, 2019 

Deegan takes over as head of Hill County schools

A retired Havre teacher with more than three decades of experience has taken over as Hill County superintendent of schools. "I am looking forward to the challenge and learning something new, doing...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 20, 2019 

Havre City Council working on 2020 budget, hearing set for Sept. 3

Havre City Council unanimously passed its preliminary budget for fiscal year 2020 during a Monday public budget hearing for Tuesday, Sept. 3, following the regular council meeting and to continue into Wednesday, Sept 4, when the council will have...

 

FWP cancels today's Fresno personal watercraft safety course

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks The personal watercraft operators safety coursebthat was to be held at Fresno today from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. has been cancelled due to lack of interest. Plans are to try...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 19, 2019

Group works on saving languages at Rocky Boy

Mahchiwminahnahtik Chippewa and Cree Language Revitalization, or MCCLR, is working as a non-profit on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation to breathe new life in the tribe’s native languages. “It’s exciting, it’s really exciting,” MCCLR...

 

Local News - Bear Paw Cooperative hearing screenings set

Press release Hearing Screenings will take place in Bear Paw Cooperative member schools today through Oct. 31.  Children enrolled in kindergarten and first grade and ninth or 10th grade will be screened.  No other children will be screened without...

 

Third Havre Trails Brewfest set for this weekend

The third annual brewfest hosted by Havre Trails is returning Saturday from 3 to 8 p.m. in Pepin Park with 13 Montana breweries and one winery on tap along with five food trucks at the event. The...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 19, 2019

People warned of Social Security scams rampant in the area

Officials are warning people that scams from callers pretending to be from the Social Security Administration are running through the state and in north-central Montana, with scammers targeting people of all ages. Hill County’s Area X Council on...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 16, 2019

Potentially harmful algal blooms found in Hill County

Hill County Health Department Public Health Director Kim Larson said the department has received some photographs which show what could be a toxic harmful algal blooms on both Beaver Creek Reservoir...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 16, 2019

Hi-Line Living: Cooperative continues to foster fine art on the Hi-Line

Fifteen years after it first opened its doors, Artitudes Cooperative Gallery is continuing its mission to provide a location for emerging and established artists to display their original fine art....

 

Jay Joseph Contway to be honored By C.M. Russell Museum and Cowboy Hall of Fame

From C.M. Russell Museum GREAT FALLS - Friday, Sept. 6, in Great Falls, the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame and the C.M. Russell Museum will celebrate the second "Saddle of Honor" to be awarded to a...

 

Best-selling author presenting in Havre

Press release A nationally best-selling author will be in Havre Wednesday, Sept. 11. Jamie Ford, author of the acclaimed “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” published in 2009, and his following novels, “Songs of Willow Frost,” 2013,...

 

New extension agent, county superintendent introduced

Hill County officials were introduced at their meeting Thursday morning to two new officials, Hill County Superintendent Marie Deegan and Hill County Extension Agriculture Agent Tom Allen. The Ag/4-H position has been empty since March of this year....

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    August 16, 2019

Milk River Gobblers set Youth Day for Saturday

For its inaugural Youth Day, the Milk River Gobblers group is bringing experts to Havre Trap Club Saturday for youth, along with their parents and guardians, to enjoy fun activities and a free lunch as they learn about Montana game birds, their...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 16, 2019

Big Equipment is back at old location in new building

Big Equipment is back, moving into its new building almost two years after the previous building burned down on Christmas Eve, and owner Ron Harmon has set his sights on addressing a growing issue in...

 

Hemp growers reminded to verify license information

From Montana Department of Agriculture HELENA — The Montana Department of Agriculture is reminding Montana’s hemp growers that verification of license information and additional fees are required before growers can be issued their hemp...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 15, 2019

Northern Home Essentials: 57 years down with many more to come

Since it was established in 1962, Northern Home Essentials - originally Northern Electronics - has been a family-owned and operated business and the DeRosa family plans to continue the tradition for...

 

Big Sandy one of 19 communities receiving infrastructure planning grant

From Montana Department of Commerce HELENA — Nineteen Montana communities including Big Sandy will share more than $275,000 in planning grants through the Montana Department of Commerce’s Treasure State Endowment Program to support the...

 

'Schizoid Johnny' returning to Havre Saturday

“When I was a teenage boy, I was just enamored by rock ’n’ roll and the rock ’n’ roll artists of that age, and even going back to the 1950s, which was a generation before me, it was just supremely attractive,” one-man-band John...

 

New Wheat and Barley Committee members announced

From Montana Wheat and Barley Committee GREAT FALLS — Gov. Steve Bullock appointed Max Cederberg of Turner and Llew Jones of Conrad to the Board of the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee.  The MWBC administers the check-off dollars paid by...

 

Series starting to help caregivers, people with chronic conditions

Montana State University’s Hill County Extension Agency is spearheading two series starting next week to help people dealing with illnesses — their own or someone they care for. “Powerful Tools for Caregivers” will be a six-week series...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 15, 2019

Potential harmful algal blooms reported in Beaver Creek Park

Hill County Health Departments says on its Facebook page it has received reports of potential harmful algal blooms on Beaver Creek Reservoir and Bear Paw Lake south of Havre. People are warned to use...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 15, 2019

Social Security fraud calls hitting area

Hill County's Area X Council on Aging reports it is receiving multiple calls in the last few days reporting Social Security fraud calls, including from people in their 30s. Montana Senior Medicare...

 

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