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School board pays down insurance debt


The Havre school board Tuesday agreed to use more than $58,000 of surplus money to pay off part of a debt accrued by its health insurance provider.

Havre Public Schools, according to district director of operations Ric Floren, is responsible to pay $184,000 of the debt of the Helena-based Montana Unified School Trust.

"The only way the debt can be reduced is if the users pay the debt down," Floren said.

MUST's debt, which Floren said is about $6 million, occurred because it owes that much more than it collected in premiums.

"They actually went into the hole because they didn't collect enoug...

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