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Congress settles for stopgap to avoid government shutdown

By ERICA WERNER and ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON - Congress took the easy way out to keep the government open on the eve of Donald Trump's 100th day in office, passing a weeklong stopgap...

Viaduct project on hold for a day waiting on an approval

While no one was working on the Havre's Seventh Avenue viaduct and John Wodarz Bridge over the Milk River in North Havre project today, the project manager said construction will resume as soon as BNSF approves “a piece of information.” Project...

Northern releases statement on racism issue

Montana State University-Northern Chancellor Greg Kegel issued a statement to the Northern Community Thursday about a reported racist statement and the administration's reaction. "Anytime a student...

For the Record, April 28, 2017

Havre Police Department Zack Lee Ambler of Havre, 21, was arrested on a state District Court warrant Thursday at 7:42 a.m. —— Officers assisted a citizen after a Fourth Street caller reported a restraining order violation Thursday at 9:24 a.m....

10 hope to fill 2 Rocky Boy school board slots

School election day is Tuesday, and 10 local candidates hope Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation voters will choose them to fill the two available slots for school board members. The terms will be for three years. Teddy Russette III has served on the...

Benefit set for next Friday to help Walen with costs fighting cancer

Friends and family of Matt Walen have scheduled a benefit dinner and auction for the 1985 Havre High School graduate next Friday at the Eagles Club from 6 to 8 p.m. The 1985 graduate and former Havre Daily News editor will not be at the event, as...

Northern head volleyball coach Bill Huebsch resigns

Montana State University-Northern announced Friday that head coach Bill Huesch had officially resigned his position. The University put out a press release Friday, announcing the move. Huebsch spent ...

HHS's Parsons among new Northern cross country recruits

When the 2017 Frontier Conference cross country season begins, the Montana State University-Northern Lights and Skylights will have some exciting new runners. Head coach Chad Spangler recently...

Blue Pony track teams make long-awaited return to Great Falls

The Havre High track teams are around a month away from the divisional and state track meets and starting with Saturday’s meet in Great Falls, the Blue Ponies are getting ready for the stretch run. ...

Ponies battle Rangers in key conference games

The Havre High softball team has had some ups and downs lately, but with two critical games on the road this weekend, the Blue Ponies can’t afford to slip up. Havre, which is 3-3-1 overall in...

Invest your vote in Rob Quist

After losing his bid to serve as the governor of the state of Montana, I hoped that Greg Gianforte would return to his roots. Not back to New Jersey, as Montana is his home, but to his original mission of creating jobs by starting new businesses...

View from the North 40: So ... pigs are man's best friend now?

James “Mac” McIntyre of Florida went to the South Pacific to find a pig, but got a dog, too — well, kind of. Huffington Post reports that McIntyre, a trained zoologist, has been many things in...

Montana lawmakers adjourn without $80M infrastructure bill

By MATT VOLZ and BOBBY CAINA CALVAN Associated Press HELENA - Dozens of Montana schools that were counting on state funding to replace crumbling roofs and old boilers are out of luck. The same goes...

Community Events Calendar

Friday, April 28 "Headin' for the Hills," a "hillbilly comedy" play by St. Jude Thaddeus School, 7 p.m., St. Jude Parish Center, doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8. Saturday, April 29 Hill County Democratic Central Committee's Pam Hillery...

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