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Letter to the Editor - NAMI Havre working in new office

Hello, NAMI Havre has moved to our new office, in the top floor of The Atrium in Suite 408, and we are enjoying the new surroundings. We are inviting the public to come up and enjoy it with us. On Saturday, April 16, we will be... — Updated 2/28/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Who's on the side of Democracy?

Editor, Putin invaded Ukraine because Ukraine was a democracy. He did it because he is terrified of Ukrainians exercising freedom of speech, press, religion, and association, electing leaders who defy him. If Russians saw... — Updated 2/28/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks for sponsoring 9-C

Editor, The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce would like to extend a sincere thank you to the businesses who sponsored the Hospitality Room at the 9C Tournament last weekend. Coca-Cola High Country, Aquatana, Northern Montana... — Updated 2/25/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Elect heroes, not goofballs

Editor, Heroes, Joe Manchin, Liz Cheney, Kyrsten Sinema, Adam Kinzinger, in Montana, Republican legislators not signing on to audit our 2020 election, former Gov. Marc Racicot — heroes — the courage to do the right thing... — Updated 2/25/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks to all for success of Hill County Spelling Bee

Dear Editor: A large-scale competition such as a county spelling bee requires a great team of talented officials, and this year’s 55th Hill County Spelling Bee was orchestrated through a lineup of gifted, dedicated retired teache... — Updated 2/21/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Equity in education is right and needed

Editor, It seems that every day there is news about some Republican elected official going off track with a crazy dispute. Now, Gov. Greg Gianforte has jumped into the fray with a complaint about the use of the word “equity.... — Updated 2/21/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Blackfoot Clearwater act fits for all

Editor, Montana’s citizens are as diverse as its landscape, and just as the plains erupt into the towering mountains and cavernous canyons, so too are our neighbors and coworkers equally, and perhaps more so, diverse. From... — Updated 2/18/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Recycle Hi-Line can no longer take plastic

Editor, Recycle Hi-Line is sad to announce that we are no longer able to take any plastics. The global market does not support recycling plastic and too much plastic is contaminated, making it unrecyclable. Here’s the basic... — Updated 2/16/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Hiking trails benefit the park

Editor, I read the Tuesday, Feb. 8, Havre Daily News article covering the Hill County Park Board meeting. The presentation on adding a new loop trail on the Bear Paw Nature Trail near Brough Coulee was exciting. The development of... — Updated 2/14/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Congress should support home care workers

The global pandemic has hit Montana as hard as it has anywhere else in the country. Worker shortages, hospitalizations and products that are hard to find and are making things tough on all of us.   But it hit the most vulnerable... — Updated 2/3/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - BCSA best for Montana

When people think of Montana, they think of the outdoors. The state attracts tourists from around the world to witness the beauty of The Last Best Place. Whether you’re a hiker, skier, fishermen or avid snowmobiler, Montana is... — Updated 2/3/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Reply to Sen. Daines

Sen. Daines, you are wrong. The voting rights bill is not what you claim it is, and, in fact, a majority of Americans support it. And please stop saying Democrats are trying to create a federal takeover of elections. Let’s not... — Updated 1/31/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Consider hiring someone who stutters

Dear editor, As businesses and organizations continue to struggle with staffing shortages, the Stuttering Foundation unveiled some good news for employers — according to speech experts, people who stutter tend to show... — Updated 1/12/2022

 

Letter to the Editor - Are we begging for money or asking for assistance?

The lodge in Beaver Creek Park is in need of updating and it will take funding beyond what is available in normal financial operation of the Park.  There are ongoing efforts to find and secure grants for the needed updates.... — Updated 12/28/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - We thank you!

Sometimes people will ask me “What does the Foundation do?” To get right to it, the Montana State University-Northern Foundation (aka Northern Alumni Foundation) is the recognized philanthropic not-for-profit organization for M... — Updated 12/27/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Is Arntzen the exception or the rule?

Editor, If Elsie Arntzen were your batty aunt, she’d be kind of fun, inspiring incessant family gossip. As in, she did what? Noooo! Tell me more! The problem is, she is our state superintendent, Montana’s chief public... — Updated 12/14/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Senate must act to help needy children

Editor, While families are counting down to the holidays, many are also anxiously watching a different clock — the one that is running out for the Senate to take meaningful action to address hunger and poverty in communities... — Updated 12/9/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks for making the Thanksgiving dinner possible

Editor, In 2020, we couldn’t see a safe way to move forward with the Community Thanksgiving Dinner as life was full of uncertainties. Out of concern and respect for the health of the members of our community, we made the difficul... — Updated 11/30/2021

 

Letters to the Editor - Let's not beat around the bush

Editor, Let’s not beat around the bush. I am tired of ignoring the obvious. Donald Trump wants to run this country whether he has the votes or not. Donald Trump refused to recognize that he lost the election to Joe Biden. He... — Updated 11/24/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Senator should back BCSA

Dear Editor, As an honorary Missoulian, I can confidently say Montanans in particular have a deeply rooted connection to the environment. Jack Rich, the hardworking owner of local family-owned Rich Ranch, said “our hearts belong... — Updated 11/10/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Don't believe them!

Editor, When you see Gov. Greg Gianforte, Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Matt Rosendale in new Carhartts, baseball caps and shiny shovels attending infrastructure groundbreaking ceremonies, don’t believe them. They all criticised... — Updated 11/9/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks for helping make United Way crab boil a success

United Way of Hill County would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for helping to make our 2021 Crab Boil a success! We couldn’t have done it without the support of this community. Property West, Taco Johns,... — Updated 10/27/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Daines is wrong on BCSA

Editor, Sen. Jon Tester is in support of the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act, BCSA, as are many Montanans and Missoulians. This bill is intended to expand protections to the headwaters of the Blackfoot and Clearwater Rivers,... — Updated 10/22/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Join Juneau at MontPirg Zoom event

Editor, Like many Montana residents, I grew up in a small town. Our rural areas certainly have their own charms, but it is no question that these same charms pose obstacles to getting involved in politics. After moving out of my sm... — Updated 10/20/2021

 

Letter to the Editor - Congress needs term limits

Editor, In 1977, I watched admiringly as Orrin Hatch ran for U.S. Senate on a platform of voluntary term limits. He ran against three-term Utah Senator Frank Moss, saying, “What do you call a Senator who’s served in office for... — Updated 10/15/2021

 

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