By Havre Daily News
We're looking for your help in selecting the top 10 local stories for
Below are our nominations. Please fill out the ballot, numbering your top 10 nominees with 1 being your top choice, and return it to us by Dec. 19.
You can send it in the mail, fax it to 265-6798 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. And if your personal list includes stories that are not on ours, please feel free to include them in the write-in portion of the ballot.
We'll publish the results in the Dec. 31 edition of the Havre Daily News.
The nominations are listed in random order and do not reflect our thinking about the importance of stories on the list.
New chancellor at MSU-N.
Two local Democrats boycott Pizza Pro in protest over political sign.
Bob Rice defeats Mike Shortell in Havre mayor's race.
Drought enters fourth year.
Area residents respond to help victims of 9-11 attacks.
Opposition continues to town square park on First Street.
State investigates funds at Havre Day Activity Center.
Democrats allege campaign finance violations by Republicans in city election.
Ryan Chagnon's accident and recovery.
Chuck Nottingham's arrest in child molestation case.
Heritage Center money shortage.
Closing of Havre businesses, including Park Hotel and restaurant, Taco Time, Wooden Heart, Jitters, Java 2 Java.
Legislature passes Senate Bill 3, instructing the state to obtain federal funding to widen U.S. Highway 2 to four lanes.
Havre loses BNSF headquarters.
Havre Public Schools adopts restructuring; closes Devlin School
Vote recount shows Pierson and Hanson tied in Havre City Council race.
Eagles club bars auxiliary from kitchen and dining room over rent dispute.
Area farmer battles game farm initiative in court.
Rocky Mountain College football player is arrested on charge of assaulting a game official.
KMNC returns to local airwaves.
New company buys Holiday Village Shopping Center.
Havre wrestlers win third state championship in five years.
Gov. Judy Martz appoints a task force to reconsider boundaries of the Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument.
Legislature adopts an amended version of a bill by state Rep. John Musgrove to study public school funding.
Or Write in your own choices.