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Stamford, Connecticut · Stamford
Gianfortes light the Capitol Christmas tree
The Wreaths Across America presented its annual Christmas parade in Culpeper. The parade kicked off with a burst of color as elaborately decorated floats, each telling its own story of holiday cheer. The group's mission is to remember the fallen, honor those who serve and teach the next generation the value of freedom.See the Story
59% Center coverage: 86 sources
Viktor Orbán · Douglas County
Greater Mid-Atlantic News Digest 1 p.m.
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Matters of Record for Dec. 6, 2023
District Court St. Louis County Sept. 25 Alex W. Schmitt, 27, Chisholm, driving after revocation, fined $200. Oct. 2 Gian P. D. Buenaventura, 24, Mountlake Terrace, Washington, disorderly conduct, fined $300 and 30 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation. Nathaniel G. Hansen, 33, Two Harbors, driving while impaired, fined $1,000 and 60 days local confinement, time and $500 stayed on one year probation with conditions. …See the Story
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Muskogee · Muskogee
Muskogee Public Schools agenda
The Muskogee Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting will be held at the Education Service Center, 202W. Broadway. Debra HorseChief, President, will lead the meeting. The board will also consider the superintendent's contract.See the Story
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Taxes · Havre
Taxpayers may be seeing a second bill soon
After their regular business meeting Thursday, members of the Hill County Commission said they wanted to give the community an update on their property taxes, which may require a second bill to go out to make up for a recent loss in court to the state. Last month, the Montana Supreme Court ruled that Montana counties had to follow the order of the Montana Department of Revenue to collect 95 mills...See the Story
Havre · Havre
MAT begins run of 'Puss In Boots'
Montana Actors' Theatre is ready to perform its holiday panto, a locally written version of the classic children's tale "Puss in Boots" The run starts tonight at 7 p.m. in The Little Theatre in Montana State University-Northern's Cowan Hall. Director Angela Murri said the performance will be for all audiences, old and young.See the Story
Havre · Havre
Gopher awarded for work with domestic violence survivors
Havre Police Officer Taylor Gopher was presented the inaugural Domestic Violence Awareness Award Thursday. Gopher has been working with the Havre Police Department since 2020 and is now an acting sergeant and the department's K9 handler. The Hill County Attorney's Office hopes to make the presentation of this award a yearly one.See the Story
Volleyball · Havre
Skylights volleyball help with donation to cancer fund
Press release The MSU-Northern Skylights volleyball team had a Pink Night for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, selling T-shirts and raffling off a prize basket. They raised $3,700 and generously donated it to the Havre Women's Golf Association to be used in their fund - the Havre Women's Golf Association Assistance Fund. This fund provides financial assistance for folks on the...See the Story
Havre · Havre
Looking out my Backdoor: A different kind of day
Interesting how we carve time to suit particular purposes. I won’t look it up, but thinking about it, I’d not be surprised that our universal way of dividing our days started with the Industrial Revolution, as a way of getting the workers to be where and when the bosses wanted them to be. That is as political as I am willing to be this morning. My day began yesterday, actually. It rained...See the Story
Havre · Havre
Endless opportunities as tribal liaison with Labor and Industry
As we close out National Native American Heritage Month, I would like to introduce myself and my new role as the Montana Department of Labor and Industry’s (DLI) first tribal liaison. My name is Donnie Wetzel Jr. I come from the Blackfeet Nation on my father’s side and Missoula/Bitterroot as a seventh-generation Montanan on my mother’s side, and it is an honor to serve Montana in this role....See the Story