Pat Floyd looked out at the front rows of the Van Orsdel United Methodist Church Sunday morning. They were filled with officers from the Havre Police and Fire departments, the Hill County Sheriff's Department and the U. S. Border Patrol.
The districts’ administrators are looking at the performance of students last year on the standardized tests that measure how the district is moving toward state- and federal-mandated progress standards, as set up in the No Child Left Behind program nearly ten years ago.
Montana’s U. S. Sen. Jon Tester said Thursday he is back in Washington with a long agenda ahead after spending the August recess meeting with people and groups in Montana, and even completing his harvest at his farm near Big Sandy.
When the Twin Towers fell on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, everyone knew that things had changed, especially those in America’s armed forces who watched as a new threat surfaced from which they would have to defend the nation.
The beaches at Fresno and Beaver Creek reservoirs are highly evident, with water down severely from the high levels this spring, but officials say they are not far off of average and the levels should start coming back up soon.
It was a moment frozen in time. To previous generations, it was the moment they heard about Pearl Harbor being attacked or the second they learned that President John Kennedy had been assassinated. But today's generations will never forget when they heard that New York City's Twin Towers had been attacked.
Saturday at 7:30 p. m., a motorcycle accident occurred between Joplin and Inverness on U. S. Highway 2 that put a 40-year-old Joplin man, Cory Duane Fraser, in the hospital and resulted in the death of his son Dawson David Fraser, who turned 8 years old less than three weeks ago.
After years of providing alcohol and narcotic addiction services, Hi-Line Recovery has been dropped by Hill County, as well as the other counties represented on the Hi-Line Recovery board of directors, as their official treatment provider.
This Labor Day weekend many people will enjoy their day off with a barbecue or an outdoor activity to take advantage of the remnants of summer before autumn’s short slide to freezing temperatures. But for some in Havre and across Montana, Labor Day means something more that should not be forgotten.