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Bear Paw lists successes, hears from Commerce director

Bear Paw Development Corp. had its annual meeting Thursday and talked about the work the economic development agency did in the past year and featured a keynote speaker, Montana Department of...

 

Celebrating History: Blind pig cases and lots of festivities

By Emily Mayer The Hill County Democrat reported in its February 19, 1920 edition that newly appointed district judge Frank Carleton had called his court calendar and among the cases were several “blind pigging” charges, involving the illegal sal...

 

Class offered on how to make home-made kombucha

Havre Public School Continued Education and Montana State University Extension are partnering to host a kombucha basic class.  The class is Tuesday starting at 6 p.m. at Havre Middle School’s home economic room, Room 162. It costs $19 to register...

 

Rocky Boy names January students for the month

Sophomore Sean Gibson has been named January student of the month at Rocky Boy High School. Sean has great attendance and has made the honor roll in both quarters during the first semester of this...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 21, 2020 

Williams stumps in Havre for U.S. House seat

Former state Rep. Kathleen Williams, D-Bozeman, candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, was in Havre Thursday for a meet and greet event and spoke about her campaign. The seat is held by U.S....

 

Positive Indian Parenting workshop offered Tuesday

Hill County Early Childhood Investment Team is hosting an Introduction to Positive Indian Parenting for Professionals Tuesday, in the Vineyard Room in the Duck Inn. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. and will be provided. Space is limited. People can...

 

Sheriff, Border Patrol and snowballs raise food for food bank

Hill County Sheriff's Office and U.S. Border Patrol Havre Sector partnered Wednesday morning in a snowball challenge to send food to the Havre Food Bank. Hill County Sheriff Jamie Ross hit U.S....

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 20, 2020

Olszewski looks to bring new attitude, focus to governor's office

Editor’s note: This version corrects that Olszewski is an orthopedic surgeon. Being born and raised in Montana, said state Sen. Al Olszewki, R-Kalispel, he knows the state well, and, with his...

 

Daniels wins Hill County Spelling Bee

Press release The 54th Annual Hill County Spelling Bee was held Wednesday, Feb. 12, at the Havre Middle School assembly room with approximately 70 spellers from nine of the county's schools....

 

Two brand-new buses rolling, taking students to Havre Head Start

Some local children have new transportation to early education. Havre's Head Start received two new school buses, one Tuesday and one Wednesday. District 4 Human Resources Development Council Child Se...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 20, 2020

Fox says building strategies to improve the state if elected governor

Since he announced his candidacy for governor last year, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox said he has been working to develop a number of plans for the state and bring changes that benefit everyone...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 19, 2020

City hears updates on Boulevard Avenue water main replacement

Havre Public Works Director Dave Peterson gave Havre City Council an update Tuesday on a number of public works projects, including the Bullhook Storm Drain Project and a project to replace the water...

 

Bread show again going on during Montana Seed Show

Press release Harlem’s Montana Seed Show will be held March 12, 13 and 14. One of the popular events is the Bread Show, and entry day is Friday, March 13, from 8-9:30 a.m. in Harlem High School’s big gym. Categories, both adult and youth, high...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 19, 2020

Morigeau stumps for state auditor in Havre

Democratic state auditor candidate Rep. Shane Morigeau, D-Missoula, was in Havre Saturday alongside Democratic candidate Raph Graybill, who is running for attorney general, meeting with people and...

 

Lions propose funding fair project, fair schedule updated

An update on 2020 Great Northern Fair events was among the items discussed at the fair board’s monthly meeting Tuesday, along with a proposal by a local service club to help fund some major project at the fairgrounds, although the board did not...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 19, 2020

Committee proposes changing City Council meetings, putting charter government on ballot

The Havre City Council Ordinance Committee approved two proposals Tuesday, changing how City Council holds its monthly meetings and changing the form of Havre's government, and the proposals were...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 18, 2020

Nicol looks to improve insurance if elected as state auditor

Havre saw a busy weekend for politics including nearly two dozen Republican candidates speaking at the annual Hill County Reagan-Lincoln Day Dinner fundraiser Sunday. Republican candidate for state...

 

Fundraiser set in March for Hauser

Press release A chili cook-off and silent auction benefit to defray medical costs and lost wages for Ted Hauser is set for March. Hauser has been unable to work for several months after undergoing...

 

Linton honored for Prudential Spirit of Community work

A local student has been recognized for her work in community service. Havre High School senior Zephanhia Linton was recognized as "The Prudential Spirit of Community Award" honoree. The Prudential...

 

Kjorli remembers 98 years of history at birthday party

Press release Millie Kjorli celebrated her 98th birthday Feb. 13 with her friends in the community room of the Rolling Hills subdivision in Havre. The party was hosted by her long-time friend Theresa...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 18, 2020

Attorney general candidate Graybill talks about health care issues

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's chief legal counsel Raph Graybill of Helena, who is running as a Democratic candidate in the state attorney general race, spoke in Havre Saturday alongside state Rep....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    February 18, 2020

Weather forecast continues up-and-down cycle of temps, snow

This part of north-central Montana again saw some snow and cold in the last few days, although not nearly what was predicted in December to hit this region by this time of the year, and forecasts are...

 

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