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In the last 11 years, the city of Havre has had 255 water main breaks. The city’s public works director, Dave Pederson, says 46 of those breaks happened in the last two years alone. Read Article Lawmakers Hear Testimony on Bills That Would Fund $1.3 Billion in Water, Sewer and Other Infrastructure Projects

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On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 5:15 a.m. to 6:15 a.m, a free boot camp program is offered at the Jefferson High School gymnasium. The boot camp is available to anyone at any fitness level. It includes weight training (technique and form), cardio exercises, as well as circuit train… Read Article Boot camp program free at JHS

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In August of 2021, the Montana Highway Patrol officially made its move into the North Campus of Boulder’s former Montana Development Center. What originally attracted the MHP to the facility was its ample storage, vast open space and diverse array of highly configurable and versatile buildin… Read Article Highway Patrol eyes expansion

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The House Taxation Committee heard testimony Thursday on a bill that would extend and expand tax cuts to Montana employers that pay for training and education for their employees in certain trades. Supporters say the Montana Trades Education and Training tax credit – or MTECH – helps address… Read Article Bill considers extending, expanding tax cuts for employee training

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Creditors in the Montana Tunnels bankruptcy case and an agent from the U.S. Trustee met with Montana Tunnels Inc CEO Patrick Imeson on Jan. 17 to discuss the reasons behind the company's filing and its path forward. Throughout the meeting, Imeson maintained his stance that the mine would reo… Read Article Montana Tunnels: what’s next?

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HELENA – The 68th Montana Legislative Session kicked off on Monday, Jan. 2, in Helena. Senators and Representatives took an oath to uphold the constitution and were sworn in during simultaneous ceremonies in their respective chambers at the state Capitol. Read Article First week of 68th Legislative Session sees legislators sworn in, updates for fentanyl control

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For close to nine years, Greg Hughes of The River has provided three meals a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year for the Jefferson County Jail. This partnership is ending, effective Feb. 28, a decision Hughes made as a result of the River closing and not having the labor needed to meet t… Read Article River ends contract with jail

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The Boulder Senior Dinner Club has officially resumed meals, according to Steven Ferriter of the Rocky Mountain Development Council.  Beginning Jan. 17, the Boulder Senior Dinner Club will resume its regularly scheduled Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday lunches from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.. F… Read Article Senior Lunch returns

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The highly anticipated makeover of the Youth Dynamics Inc. Alternative Youth Adventures campus is becoming more of a reality, as SMA Architects expect to break ground on the new facility by late June or early July of 2023. A Request for Proposal is expected to go out by the end of the month. Read Article YDI facility to expand this summer

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Boulder’s new child care center will have to wait a few more months to open its doors. Southwest Montana Youth Partners has not yet received the State building permit that is necessary before Rachel Supalla’s 30-child Discovery Kidzone can officially embark on its new location – the modular … Read Article Child care facility delayed

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Influenza season is here, and it is making a mark on Jefferson County residents. The past two seasons have been less vigorous related to flu activity. This year we are seeing a significant increase in cases. These cases are affecting all ages. Montana Department of Health and Human Services … Read Article Dose up: flu season persists

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