Local leaders give a glimpse of the future at State of City luncheon


In the coming year, Havre-area residents can expect new county weather stations to detect drought, new DSL broadband Internet access in town, and an influx of Canadian students lured to Montana State University-Northern by a 50 percent reduction in nonresident tuition for Canadians.

These were among the plans unveiled by city and community leaders at the third annual State of the City luncheon, which was held at the Havre Vets Club at noon Thursday. Eight community leaders spoke to the group of about 80 people who attended.

The speakers included Mayor Bob Rice, Hill County Commissioner Pat...

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