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 By Kody Farmer    News    September 25, 2019

Chinook Eagles Hosts Dinner to THANK a Police Officer

For many, the sacrifices made by those willing to serve and protect, often go unnoticed and to many times without and thanks or appreciation. The job, to protect and serve, often garners attention...

 

U.S. Highway 2 Road Construction to Begin Soon

Some may cheer while others may groan at the news that the Montana Transportation Commission (MTC) received during a conference call meeting on September 17: The ten mile road project from Chinook to the west will finally get finished. According to...

 

OPI Specialist Will Present Free Workshop on Meaningful Participation in Statewide Assessment

Yvonne Field, the Assessment and Accountability Specialist in the Student Services Division at the Office of Public Instruction (OPI), will be at the Best Western Plus Inn & Suites in Havre on October 9 to present a workshop entitled “Meaningful...

 

State and local health officials close Cow Creek Reservoir near Chinook Testing indicates high levels of potentially dangerous algae

CHINOOK – Blaine County health officials reported Thursday that a test performed for cyanotoxins associated with a blue-green algae bloom at Cow Creek Reservoir has returned with high results. As a result, state and local health officials...

 

Candidate for Montana Attorney General, Kim Dudik Visits Chinook

HAVRE – On Saturday, September 14 during the Sugarbeet Festival, Chinook residents, Barb and Greg Jergeson, played host to Democrat Kimberly Dudik, a candidate for Attorney General. An attorney...

 

Williams promoted to Ag Loan Officer

HAVRE – Hiram Williams has recently been promoted to Ag Loan Officer for Stockman Bank Havre. His responsibilities include developing and servicing agricultural loans and assisting clients with...

 

Triangle Communications Annual Meeting on October 5th

Triangle Telephone Cooperative Association, Inc., doing business as Triangle Communications (Triangle), will hold its 66thAnnual Meeting of Members on Saturday, October 5, 2019. The meeting will take place in the Student Union Building on the campus...

 

Health officials confirm first Montana case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping

RiverStone Health and the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) have identified the first confirmed case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping in connection with the...

 

Montford "Monty" Oden Borlaug

Montford "Monty" Oden Borlaug, 75, of Havre, MT went to be with his Lord and Savior on September 17, 2019. Services were held on Tuesday, September 24th at 1:00 p.m. at 5th Ave Christian Church in... Full story

 

Barbara J. Yeoman

Barbara J. Yeoman died on September 18, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada, surrounded by her loving family. There will be no services at this time, but a burial service will be held in Harlem at a later... Full story

 

Harlem Library

The library board meets today at 4:15 in the library meeting room. The Book Challenge for September is to read a book written by two authors. Contact the library when you have completed the challenge so your name may be entered to win a gift...

 

Blaine County Library

Don't forget this week is Banned Books Week. Be sure to stop in and look at the Banned Books display. Be a rebel and check one out today! Free People Reading Freely Book Club started Banned Books...

 

Harlem Senior Center

Wednesday, October 2nd at 10:00 a.m. - Living Life Well presentation with Mark and Amber. 11:30 a.m. Health Checks with Jana. Wed. 25th: JH & HS Cross Country @ Hays Thurs. 26th: JH & HS Cross Country @ Frazer Thurs. 26th: HS Volleyball @ Rocky Boy...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Wally and Loretta Beck went to Great Falls on Tuesday for a medical appointment, and enjoyed lunch with Jerry and Marilyn Herman at Boston’s and also had a short visit with Laura Sherwood. Wally and Loretta Beck attended the funeral for Virginia Mc...

 

Harlem Homecoming Royalty

Harlem High School held its annual Homecoming festivities this past weekend as the volleyball team earned a historic five set win over the visiting Malta M-ettes and Friday the Roundup Panthers came...

 

South of the Border: "Whitlash School, 1897-2019: provided a century-plus of learning"

Columnist's note: This past July the old Whitlash School was sold by sealed bid. That concluded more than a century of providing elementary education to students in the Whitlash area. Students now...

 

Chinook Blood Drive a Success

The Chinook Blood Drive was held at Wallner Hall on Tuesday September 10th. We had 37 presenting donors with 34 units collected on a goal of 39. A round of applause for all those who attended. We are...

 

Sugarbeeters remain undefeated in District 6C-East, Harlem gets first ever win over Malta

The Chinook Sugarbeeter and Harlem Lady Cat volleyball teams each added a pair of match play wins to their season total this past week with victories over the Box Elder Bears and Malta M-ettes. The Ch...

 

'Beeters hang with Longhorns early, Wildcats, Thunderbirds drop home contests

The Chinook Sugarbeeter football team dropped to 0-4 on the season following a 60-14 setback to the visiting Fort Benton Longhorns. The 'Beeters have shown flashes of brilliance this year but inevitab...

 

Harlem Harriers run well at Poplar Invitational

The Harlem and Hays/Lodge Pole Cross Country teams were in Poplar this past Saturday taking part in the Indians Invitational which featured some of the top runners in the eastern half of Montana and North Dakota as well. Harlem senior, L’Tia...

 

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