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Teacher shortage in region reaching crisis level

The shortage of teachers in northern Montana has reached crisis levels, superintendents from three rural Montana districts said in a panel discussion with the Montana University Board of Regents last Friday at Montana State University-Northern. The...

For the Record, May 27, 2016

Havre Police Department Havre police investigated a report made from Washington Avenue at 8:08 a.m. Thursday of a hit and run crash. The caller said a 2006 light brown Chevrolet pickup truck hit a vehicle and then drove away. —— Officers at the...

Democrat Bedwell tries for commissioner as write in

James Bedwell, an equipment operator for Hill County, told the Havre Daily News Thursday he is mounting a write-in campaign in the June 7 primary to be the Democratic candidate for Hill County...

Hi-Line Living: Fort Assinniboine - Living History

Several miles south of Havre, near the edge of the Bear Paw Mountains, sits Fort Assinniboine. At its heyday in the late 1800s, there were more than 100 buildings that housed up to 800 troops. It was ...

Local athletes shoot for state track glory

Last week, at the Northern C Divisional track meet, the Fort Benton girls track team dominated the running events, en route to a championship. Now, the Longhorns will try to rely on their runners to...

Blue Pony track teams ready to run

Chris Peterson Havre Daily News cpeterson@havredailynews.com One year ago at the Class A state track meet, the Havre High track teams combined for a total of just two points. But after a lot of hard...

Letter to the Editor: Parks are for kids, we can do without dog poop

Editor: We have a granddaughter who loves to go and play at the Hospital Park. As grandparents, we love going with her to play and watch her. However, we don't like to watch out for the dog poop. At the park there are stands that have bags for...

Community Events Calendar

Saturday, May 28 Annual Spring Opener Poker Run, hosted by the Eagle Riders as fundraiser for the Montana Wounded Warriors program, will begin with registration at 9:30 a.m. at the Havre Eagles Club. Cost is $25 and participants will drive a loop...

 
 
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