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For the Record, Oct. 16, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after a Third Street caller reported Thursday at 10:28 a.m. that someone had spray-painted red paint on the back of a building. —— Officers investigated after a Fifth Avenue caller reported Thursday...

Ballots for local city elections mailed out late this week

Ballots in the upcoming city elections will be mailed to voters this week, with all but two races uncontested. No races will have a primary. The Havre Daily News will have profile stories on the contested races in upcoming editions of the paper....

Church comes to Havre to help storm victims

Volunteers from branches of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in Havre Saturday with chainsaws, pickups, flatbed trailers and hand saws to help property owners clean up from...

Gianforte campaigning in Havre

Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., will be in Havre Wednesday at noon for a fundraiser and lunch in the Vineyard Room of the Duck Inn. Hill County Republican Central Committee Chair Andrew Brekke said...

Obituary - Dolores R. Andrews

Dolores R. Andrews of Conrad, Montana, formerly of Malta, Montana, 93, passed away peacefully of natural causes Oct. 11, 2017, at the Pondera Medical Center. Rosary was at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at Kirkwood Memorial Chapel. Mass was 10 a.m. today,...

Rangers steal Ponies' senior night thunder

Many expected a hard-fought game between the Havre High Blue Ponies, and Livingston Rangers, and last Friday night at Blue Pony Stadium, that’s exactly what we got. The Eastern A rivals, who were...

When the past and present collide

On a fun Sunday afternoon inside the Armory Gymnasium, veteran Montana State University-Northern head wrestling coach Tyson Thivierge noticed something about the Alumni Team his Lights were facing....

Pony Extra: Murphy, Ponies stick together

It seems cliche to say that sports aren’t just about winning and losing. But it’s true, especially at the high school level. Wins and losses do matter, it would be a lie to say they don’t. But ...

George Ferguson Column: The elements are part of Havre's sporting charm

Early in the first half of Saturday’s clash between the Montana State University-Northern Lights and Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears, Northern senior kicker Tommy Langley watched as an RMC ...

Buried by Bears: RMC 52, Lights 3

Before Saturday’s highly-anticipated rematch with the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears, Montana State University-Northern head coach Aaron Christensen predicted the Bears would run right at...

Let the dead teach the living

Last Monday, the Havre Daily News published an article reporting a driver killed by a collision with a deer. As unfortunate as this death was, the article was a grim reminder of what is not published — the unreported causes of death in the Havre...

Our View: Reporting suicides in the news

Dr. Marc Whitacre, who is facing Havre High School teacher Lindsey Ratliff in the race for Ward 3 in the Havre City Council election, is working to bring attention to the high suicide rate in the state and this region, and the Havre Daily News...

The Supreme Court may take a knee

Three decades ago, the U.S. Supreme Court probably settled the current controversy involving protests within the National Football League about freedom of speech. The recent public shakeup with some players “taking a knee” or “linking arms”...

Community Events Calendar

Monday, Oct. 16 Havre Middle School concert, 7 p.m., HMS Assembly Room, with the seventh- and eighth-grade bands performing. The public is invited. Tuesday, Oct. 17 Bears Paw Babes Chapter of the Red Hat Society meeting, Andy's Restaurant, 11:30...

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