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Local News - Havre Trails holding Wolf Creek hike July 29

Havre Trails is inviting people to a hike in the Wolf Creek area of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Sunday, July 29. Registration not required but requested so Havre Trails can ensure enough trailhead parking. It is a 4.6 mile — 2-3 hour — hike...

 

Hi-Line group hopes to make a difference

On the heels of a June that saw Seattle ban plastic straws and utensils at all restaurants, a Starbucks' announcement to ban plastic straws in their stores by 2020, and a cover story in National...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 12, 2018

City says people need to take care of tree limbs, brush

The Havre government is advising people that it will not be able to take care of cut tree limbs and brush this summer as it continues to deal with the aftereffects of a storm from nearly a year ago....

 

Standing Rock receives 'Billy Award' for excellence in writing

Press Release Stone Child College education major Anfernee Standing Rock received the annual "Billy Award," the William O. Goggins Journalism Award, in recognition of his writing ability. The annual a...

 

Early-morning crash sends one person to the hospital

A semi-truck versus motorcycle crash on U.S. Highway 2 West sent one person to the hospital early this morning and temporarily closed all lanes of traffic on the highway. A call came to the Montana Highway Patrol at 5:40 a.m. for a crash injury on...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    July 11, 2018

Hill, Blaine county mitigation plan drafts up for comment

About 15 people attended a meeting in Havre Tuesday to hear about possible updates to a plan to prepare for disasters in the region. Daphne Digrindakis, a contractor for the company working on an update to the pre-disaster mitigation plans for...

 

Committee appointments finalized by school board

The first Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees meeting of the summer finalized the committee appointments, and other items of new business were approved. The first item of new business was finishing the trustee committee appointments for 2018-19....

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    July 11, 2018

Rail advocates urge action to protect long-distance trains

Editor’s note: This corrects reporting that Amtrak had eliminated private car services, which was discussed but not done. Some rail passenger advocates are taking up cuts to Amtrak service in Havre...

 

Bull riding and mini-bull riding signups for Great Northern Fair

Bull riders still have time to sign up for the 2018 Cody FourColors Memorial Bull Riding set for 7 p.m. July 20 at the Great Northern Fair. The cost to enter is $120 and those who want to compete can enter by texting or calling 403-589-5566. Entries...

 

Plant a Seed … Read does Crunch for a Cause

Press release Plant a Seed … Read is holding a Crunch for a Cause fundraiser at Havre’s Taco John’s Thursday from 5-7 p.m. When people mention Plant a Seed … Read while ordering Taco John’s will donate 50 percent of the purchase price to...

 

For the Record, July 10, 2018

Havre Police Department Ryan Eugene Stump of Rocky Boy, 29, was arrested on charges of partner or family member assault, resisting arrest and "other" after a 10th Street West caller reported a...

 

Museum board prepares for the future

During their July meeting, the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board members voted and approved their new officers and discussed the future of the museum should the Holiday Village Mall close suddenly. H. Earl and Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    July 10, 2018

Toxic algae turns up in Hill County

Toxic algae has turned up at the reservoir of the East Fork Dam on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, after being found earlier in Beaver Creek Park. Hill County officials re-opened Beaver Creek Reservoir after a bloom discovered Friday had...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 10, 2018

Apparent murder at Rocky Boy under investigation

The Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed this morning that it and the Chippewa Cree Tribal Police are investigating what appears to be the murder of a woman on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation. FBI Public Affairs Specialist Sandra Barker said th...

 

Local News - VA officers making outreach visits at Rocky boy, Malta, Fort Belknap

Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, service officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the following locations and times to meet with veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. Veterans interested in applying for benefits...

 

Meeting set Tuesday to finalize plans for Festival Days

From Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Havre Festival Days planning is underway, with the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce holding a meeting Tuesday to look for input on how to improve the event. The theme for this year’s weekend is “Roots and...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    July 9, 2018

Havre visitors bureau approved

Havre qualified this year for a Convention and Visitors Bureau, which was approved June 12, making Havre’s the 25th CVB in the state. “It’s great; they were real excited at the (Tourism Advisory Council) meeting,” said Jody Olson, executive d...

 
 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local    July 9, 2018

Annual fair brings fun to Blaine County

Saturday morning the Blaine County Fair brought sunshine, food, rides and animals to the Hi-Line. The Blaine County Fair, which started Wednesday and finished Sunday, included a carnival, food...

 

Celebrating History: Russell food administration paintings in the news

By Emily Mayer The news in the July 6, 1918, edition of The Havre Plaindealer was interesting in many ways. The now-normal pleas from U.S. Food Administrator Herbert Hoover to further reduce food consumption were made, and housewives were encouraged...

 

Local News - Family Float night set for Thursday

Press release The Havre Community Pool, in conjunction with Independence Bank of Havre, will be holding a “Family Float” night Thursday, July 12 from 7-9 p.m. Big inflatable pool toys will be available. Root beer floats included with the...

 

Gary & Leo's awards scholarships

Press release Gary & Leo's Fresh Foods has announced the names of its Montana State University-Northern scholarship winners, Jada Paulson, Rebecca Malisani and Megan Lodge. Paulson has worked...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 6, 2018

Driver killed in crash in Phillips County

The driver of a vehicle involved in a rollover crash in Phillips County Thursday died on the scene and two children who were passengers in the vehicle were transported to a hospital, the Montana Highway Patrol reports. The name of the fatality has...

 

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