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By Tim Leeds 

Council approves posting ribbons, signs in memory of victims of COVID

Approves police officer promotion, appointment


Last updated 3/2/2021 at 11:29am

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Havre Police Department Patrol Officer Taylor Gopher watches while Havre Mayor Tim Solomon signs his certificate of appointment while Police Chief Gabe Matosich and members of Havre City Council and other city officials look on.

Havre City Council Monday unanimously approved a variance to allow a local group to put up 40 ribbons and signs downtown in memory of the 40 Hill County residents who have died from COVID-19-related causes.

Will Rawn, a member of the group, said they had received a one-month approval from the Montana Department of Transportation to display the white ribbons and signs, and removed the signs Sunday but wanted to put them up downtown.

He said the group back in December discussed doing something to remind people of the danger of the pandemic.

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