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Research effort to test for microplastics at 50 Montana water sites, both big and small
Under the microscope their colors vary. They float in oceans and rivers, and they were recently found as high as the French Pyrenees. Microplastics could be everywhere. To establish how much so, Environment Montana and a team of interns this spring plan to test 50 waters across Montana for microplas
Fundraiser set for expenses for 2-year-old's fourth surgery
A family is back in Seattle to have another surgery for two-year-old Brandon Chase St. Marks Jr., who started having surgeries from the day he was born, and is holding a fundraiser in Havre to help with the ongoing expenses.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, April 24
The National Weather Service has issued the second flood advisory this week for the Clark Fork River as it flows through Missoula. Montana's Superintendent of Public Instruction, Elsie Arntzen, said this week that the new ESSA test scores indicate that 'we have a lot of work to do'.
Northern gets green with Campus Improvement Day
On Earth Day, Montana State University-Northern had its Campus Improvement Day where students could turn bags of trash into a free meal. Northern students Parker Deighan and Kareem Elhajj said Monday they are both part of the recycling crew on campus, a paid student position which empties recycling
Montana Liberals Fume Over Chick-Fil-A
It was a simple message of tolerance. A message of acceptance in the midst of bigotry on display in places like Buffalo, NY and San Antonio, TX. I'm talking of course about the anti-Christian bigotry on full display as cities like San Antonio and Buffalo block Chick-Fil-A from setting up shop, all b
Utah man accused of defrauding state of Montana
A 31-year-old Utah man is accused of defrauding the state of Montana of more than $7,000. Logan P. Nave is charged with felony counts of theft and making false claims to a public agency.
Havre Beneath the Streets fundraiser meets the Roaring '20s
Havre Beneath the Streets is holding a fundraiser with a 100-year-old theme Friday at the Havre Eagles Club, seeking help repairing damage to its popular historical tourist attraction.
U.S. Department of Labor cites Montana highway contractor after hot asphalt burns three workers in Laurel
BILLINGS, MT – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Nelcon Inc. - a highway contractor based in Kalispell, Montana - for exposing workers to burns and falls at a mobile asphalt-mixing plant in Laurel, Montana. The company faces $261,418 in pen
For the Record, April 18
-- Jacob James Bauer of Havre, 36, was arrested Wednesday at 2:36 p.m. on First Street on a state District Court warrant. Danae Infante of Havre, 33, was arrested on charges of endangering the welfare of children and possession of dangerous drugs while officers were assisting Child and Family Servic
North Central Montana’s needs included in infrastructure bill
Controversy surrounding the inclusion of larger projects such as the Romney Classroom renovation or the Helena Cultural Center formed the basis for much legislative debate. The water, sewer, and irrigation projects critical to local communities are not controversial enough to make news. These critic
Fill your belly then fuel your mind with Montana's aviation history
Miss Montana — the plane — has been on my mind lately. As you know from news reports in the Missoulian and elsewhere, passionate volunteers are working seven days a week to get the Dakota DC-3 plane ready for a historic trip from Missoula to France to participate in the 75th anniversary of D-Day on
Montana Near Top of List for Gambling-Addicted States
It was one of the first things I noticed when I arrived in Missoula - we sure have our share of casinos. With all those spots to do a little gambling, maybe it's not a huge surprise where Montana ranks on WalletHub's list of the most gambling-addicted states.
Women increasing in Montana agriculture
GREAT FALLS- New studies show that more women are moving into the agriculture industry across the Treasure State. We're learning there are nearly 24 percent more female producers since 2012.
Addressing Chronic Wasting Disease in Montana
About fourteen years ago, Rocky Mountain Laboratory sponsored a program at the Hamilton Performing Arts Center on Chronic Wasting Disease research. As part of the National Institutes of Health, RML has been involved with research into prion related diseases like CWD for a long time. Now that CWD has
Havre Police Protective Association donates $400 to Senior Week
The Havre Police Protective Association donated $400 Thursday to Havre High School's senior class to help the students fund their annual Senior Week. Senior Week will be May 19-25 and will have events, activities and prizes throughout the week, such as baccalaureate, fishing and hiking, game nights,
Easter celebrated in north-central Montana
Aside from some rain Saturday, most of this part of north-central Montana saw mild weather to help with Easter celebrations that were held over the weekend. It was a major difference from Easter weekend last year, when the region was still recovering from one of the harshest winters in decades, that
Missoula health officials investigate 6 whooping cough cases in kids
MISSOULA - Authorities say six confirmed cases of whooping cough are under investigation, and they've identified 300 people who may have been exposed to the disease. The city-county health department says the six cases are in children aging from preschool to teenager, and one child has been hospital
Butte Central tennis splits with Lewistown, falls to Havre in Tuesday prep action
Down players and having to forfeit it No. 1 and No. 2 spots, the Butte Central boys tennis team fell to Havre and Lewistown in Great Falls on Tuesday afternoon. The girls were able to top Lewistown 5-2, but lost 4-3 to Havre. The boys squads fell 4-3 to the Blue Ponies and 6-1 to the Golden Eagles.
Hi-Line Athletes of the Week
Havre High sophomore Josh Warp had a big weekend for the HHS boys tennis team. Warp went a perfect 3-0 in singles at last Friday’s Central A Preview Meet in Lewistown. Warp beat No. 2 singles players from Livingston and Lewistown in straight sets, then moved up and took down the No. 1 singles player
Happy Birthday, Jermain: Family still seeks answers after 10 months missing
It's difficult to call it a celebration, coming together for the 24th birthday of a woman not seen for 10 months. Jermain Charlo, last seen running down an alley near Fifth and South Russell streets in Missoula during the twilight hours of June 16, 2018, was celebrated on Tuesday in a way that was a