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Hi-Line Living: Havre's Haven: Helping fulfill needs

November 24, 2017 Havre Daily News/Floyd Brandt Jolene Ophus said she often wants to save the world. "I would save 400 orphans if I could, but I don't have the money or energy," she said. As manager of Havre's Helping Haven, a thrift store in the basement of the Havre Central High School on the

HAVRE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Quick Pics: Havre Festival of Trees

November 22, 2017 Courtesy photo Name: Cookin' Around the Christmas Tree Donated by Krista Solomon and Karlee Tchida Do you love to cook, especially around the holidays? Check out this tabletop "Cookin' Around the Christmas Tree," donated by Krista Solomon and Karlee Tchida. It includes a variety of


Havre man accused of having nude photos of minor

November 22, 2017 Courtesy photo Robert Adam Hutson A Havre man is charged with having nude photos on his phone of an underage girl. Robert Adam Hutson, born in North Carolina in 1995, is charged with felony sexual abuse of children. He is scheduled to be arraigned Dec. 18 at 9:45 a.m. Hutson is


Celebrating History: Railway unions elect officers

Aside from articles pertaining to the effects the war was having on various businesses and activities, there were a few articles of local interest. Two local railroad unions selected their officers, and since there are still family members in this community as well as people living outside of the H

HAVRE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

High-speed chase goes through town Tuesday

A pair led officers on a high-speed chase through Havre Wednesday morning, ending with officers arresting people in the house where one of the eluders ended up. Havre Assistant Chief of Police Jason Barkus said an officer attempted to pull over a 1990s Chevrolet pickup truck containing Seqoia Demo

HAVRE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Teacher National Board Certification meeting set

Marco Ferro, director of Public Policy and Professional Development from MEA-MFT, will be presenting an informational meeting for teachers interested in National Board Certification. He would like to meet with any certified teacher in Havre or the surrounding area who is interested in more inform


Farm business workshops set starting in January

With opportunities in value-added, local marketing, new crops and new technologies, there has never been a better time to start a farm business in Montana. People have the skills to produce high-value products, and a group wants to turn their passion into farm and ranch profits. The Planning for O


Local Bowling Report: A Happy Thanksgiving from Harvest Moon Lanes

November 22, 2017 Harvest Moon Lanes would like to send a special thank you to everyone who shared the weekend with them. Great music, and football made it a terrffic weekend. Thanks again. High women's scores for the week were, Brandy Kurtz 214, Julie Rodgers 562. High men's scores were Roman Sur


There's so much potential with new San Joaquin River access

What do the Palm/Nees avenue San Joaquin River access and Realtors have in common? Recently I decided to take a walk about 4 p.m. on the river bottom, I walked down the Palm/Nees pathway to get below. In doing so, I found it friendly, accessible, open and felt "safe" for the most part. What amazed m

FRESNO BEE - 2017-11-24 20:01:00

This lake was lowered for a utility project. Now fish are dying from lack of oxygen

Trout have been dying at Mammoth Pool reservoir on the upper San Joaquin River due to a lack of oxygen, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife is blaming the electric utility that owns the reservoir. Oxygen readings are in the killing zone because Southern California Edison released too

FRESNO BEE - 2017-11-23 17:43:00

Valley economic index dips but remains healthy

The October San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index fell slightly to 58.2 from 58.4 last month, but remains in a range that points to strong growth in the next three to six months. An index greater than 50.0 indicates an expansionary economy. The index is a leading economic indicator from a su

HANFORD SENTINEL - 2017-11-23 13:00:00

Baloo, Jewls, Kona and Tatiana are looking for new homes!

Four central San Joaquin Valley agencies are highlighting pets for adoption: the CCSPCA 559-233-7722 ext. 119; Cat House on the Kings: 559-222-0228; Second Chance Animal Shelter in Selma: 559-896-7227 or http://www.2ndchanceanimalshelter.org; and Fresno Humane Animal Services: www.fresnohumane.org.

FRESNO BEE - 2017-11-23 09:25:00

ABC's of your Health: Check before your burn this winter

Winter is almost here, but 'Check before you burn' season is taking place now and the Jan Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District is reminding residents in the Central Valley to check before using their residential wood burning device. "The Check Before You Burn program provides an opportunity


Another retailer closing stores: J. Crew feels the pain

J. Crew plans to close 39 stores in the coming months. The high-end clothing company will close the stores by the end of January, according to CNN Money. The company did not say which shops it plans to close. Fresno has the only J. Crew store in the central San Joaquin Valley; it is in Fig Garden Vi


Refinery project involving Bakken crude dealt legal setback

A coalition of concerned citizens, environmental groups and health and safety advocates were claiming victory Tuesday after the California Court of Appeal in Fresno found two errors made by the County of Kern in certifying an environmental impact report that would have allowed the Alon Refinery in B


Removal of a Valley oak leaves people uneasy

San Joaquin Valley Homes in Visalia removed a giant oak tree on Monday and people in the surrounding neighborhoods aren't happy about it. The neighborhood, Chelsea West, is one of several built by San Joaquin Valley Homes. They purchased a 15-acre walnut orchard this summer to continue the expansion


Green Hills Regional Planning Commission to celebrate 50th anniversary

The Green Hills Regional Planning Commission will celebrate 50 years of service next month. The commission will celebrate the accomplishments of the region at the annual Board of Directors meeting at the First Christian Church in Trenton December 6th at noon. A public open house and reception will b

KTTN.COM - 2017-11-23 12:39:39

Thanksgiving meal begins at Noon at Coon Creek Baptist Church

The Union Coon Creek Baptist Church west of Trenton will hold its 22nd Annual Thanksgiving Meal today. People can come to the church starting at 11 o'clock this morning with serving to begin at noon. The free meal includes turkey, dressing, homemade noodles, mashed potatoes, and hot rolls as well as

KTTN.COM - 2017-11-23 12:34:25

Pilgrim legacy preserved in savor of sweet potatoes

Thanksgiving was always a pretty big deal when I was growing up. It was also about the only holiday we celebrated at my folks' house in Trenton, Mo., instead of driving the short mile across town to my grandmother's place, which functioned more or less as the Brown family seat after my grandfather d


Second Harvest seeking food donations

Have you ever wished for a little comfort during a tough time? We all have. When life becomes a little more than we can bear, we hope someone cares enough to help. That is what many people in our community are hoping for this holiday season. There are working-poor neighbors struggling to feed their