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 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 22, 2019 

State donates exam tables to boost Aaniiih Nakoda College nursing assistant program

A fledgling program at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation’s Aaniiih Nakoda College got a boost from the state Thursday. The state donated medical examination tables to the college’s certified nursing assistant apprenticeship program, which Aaniiih...

 

Celebrating History: Troops returning home

By Emily Mayer With the war over, more troops were coming home. This happy news was found in the pages of The Havre Plaindealer’s March 22, 1919 edition. SIX HAVRE BOYS HAVE LANDED IN NEW YORK Sons of Well Known Citizens are Returning From Service...

 

Tribal college job fairs start next week

Press release The Montana Post Secondary Educational Opportunities Council and the Montana Tribal Colleges will host six events starting Monday, including two in north-central Montana. “We are very excited to offer this Tribal College/Career Fair...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    March 22, 2019 

Hill County Commission sign letter of support for MT Silver Jackets

The Hill County commissioners signed off on a support letter Thursday for the Montana Silver Jackets. Commissioner Michael Wendland said the letter is to give the group a “blessing to look at the (Milk River) levee.” The Montana Silver Jackets...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 22, 2019 

Shooting at Rocky Boy under investigation

Chippewa Cree Criminal Investigator Ed Long Knife said a shooting that was discovered at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation is still under investigation. Long Knife said the victim, Joscayne Denny, 43, was in stable condition as of yesterday. He was...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 22, 2019 

Connect Electronic Referral discussed at Trauma Sensitive School Initiative meeting

Hill County Public Health Director Kim Larson said Thursday that the county is one step away from medical practitioners and officials having instantaneous access to more information for taking care of medical patients. “Pretty exciting stuff,...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    March 22, 2019 

Local Havre medical group bringing health care to Tanzania villages

A Havre-based group of volunteers is holding a fundraiser for a medical support trip to Tanzania. The group of Montanans are heading to Tanzania to provide medical support in conjunction with the...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 21, 2019

Praise for Box Elder's Ketchum, legislative page program

Box Elder Junior Laila Ketchum, 16, said her experience as a page in this year's Legislative session has opened her eyes to the procedures of government. "It's an honor to be able to do something like...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 21, 2019

"Fantastic Mr. Fox" steals the show for MAT

Friday, Montana Actors' Theatre will be performing its production of "Fantastic Mr. Fox" in the Little Theatre in Cowan Hall at Montana State University-Northern. "It's very family-friendly, very...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 21, 2019

Hi-Line Winter Brew Fest returns to Havre Saturday

The Snowdance Ski Association will be hosting its fourth annual Hi-Line Winter Brew Fest Saturday at the Havre Ice Dome, welcoming brewers and people from across the area. “It’s really a community-driven event by volunteers and sponsorships,...

 

Local News - Boys & Girls Club host 'Galaxy Dance'

From Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line The Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line announced it will host a “Galaxy Dance” drug-free activity Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. for all middle school-age youth at the club at 500 First Ave. Admission is one can of...

 

Local News - Early Childhood Screening set in Chester

Havre Daily News staff Bear Paw Cooperative is informing parents of preschool children in the CJI, Sage Creek, Cool Spring, Riverview, Liberty,  Rimrock, and Hillside school districts who would like to have them participate in a free Community...

 

Local News - Spring Fling Family Carnival set for Saturday

Havre Daily News staff Plant a Seed … Read is holding a family carnival Saturday at the Holiday Village Mall. The event, which is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., is for children ages 1 to 8. Activities include a fish pond, lollipop tree,...

 

Former astronaut Scott Kelly to offer April 4 master class to MSU students

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Applications are now being accepted for an April 4 master class with U.S. Astronaut Capt. Scott Kelly prior to his lecture that night at Montana State University. The course will be held at 3:10 p.m. and is open to MSU...

 

FWP seeks public comment on smallmouth bass removal project

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks BOZEMAN — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a programmatic environmental assessment to remove smallmouth bass from Gallatin Valley ponds. Comments on the proposed environmental assessment...

 

Impact analysis on Many Glacier Road rehabilitation open for public review

From National Park Service WEST GLACIER — Glacier National Park will continue evaluation and work on the Many Glacier Road this year. The roadway was originally built between 1927 and 1931 and, according to the 2007 National Park Service Cycle 3...

 

Beware of durable medical equipment scams

From Montana Senior Medicare Patrol The Social Security Act prohibits suppliers of durable medical equipment from making unsolicited telephone calls to people on Medicare, yet Montana Senior Medicare Patrol has received multiple reports across...

 

Montana FSA hiring in multiple locations

Havre Daily News staff Montana Farm Service Agency announced it is looking for three full-time, permanent farm loan officer trainees at county field office locations. The positions will be assigned to the Farm Service Agency in the Farm Loan...

 

Rights under tax debt collection

From Montana Legal Services Association Did you know that a new law requires the IRS to use third party debt collectors to collect IRS tax debt? You have rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act even if the agency is collecting past due...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    March 21, 2019

Health in the Hi-Line event coming to Havre

Montana State University Extension is providing a health services and career fair to the Havre-area community. Health in the Hi-Line is scheduled for Thursday, March 28, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Havre-Hill County Library. An MSU Extension press release...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 20, 2019

Reclamation begins planning process for modifying Fresno Dam

Bureau of Reclamation is looking into Options for plans to modify Fresno Dam on which the bureau intends to start construction within the next two to three years as part of its Dam Safety Program. "Re...

 

Chinook blood drive saves 114 lives

Hey, Chinook, we did it again.   Each blood donation can save up to three lives. Because of your generosity, 114 lives will be saved. Tuesday, March 5 in Chinook, 40 individuals showed up to donate...

 

Montana high school students invited to apply for free weeklong summer journalism camp

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Applications are now being accepted for a free summer journalism camp for high school students on Montana State University’s campus. The camp will run from July 7-12 and includes lodging and meals on campus.  The...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    March 20, 2019

At 70 years, Montana Seed Show has transformed

This past weekend, the annual Montana Seed Show was hosted at Harlem High School, marking 70 years of the Hi-Line tradition. Since 1949, the event has brought together members of the community to share expertise in a number of vocations and to...

 

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