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Catching the big one at Fresno

For the Record, Jan. 26, 2015

Havre Police Department William Barney Lavenger, 37, of Box Elder was arrested on a charge of probation violation after officers responded to an 8:01 a.m. Friday report at the police department from Lavenger that he left a treatment program. ——... Full story

Catching the big one at Fresno

The fourth annual Fresno Ice Fishing Derby took place this weekend, and more than 100 participants fished on the Fresno Reservoir for a chance to win awards for the longest fish caught. This event... Full story

Havre athletic director deemed best in state

The athletic director at Havre High School was recently named one of the best in the state. Dennis Murphy was awarded the 2015 Overall Athletic Director of the Year Award Jan. 18 in Kalispell at the... Full story

Havre street, sidewalk repairs will be costly

Havre City Council members say they realize that city streets, sidewalks and water and sewer lines are seriously in need of repair. But they were amazed at what the cost would be and are doubtful city residents would be willing to pay for all that... Full story

Northern receives $75K for Auto/Diesel

Montana State University-Northern received a donation from NorthWest Farm Credit Services to add to their funds to build the new Automotive/Diesel Technology Building. Friday, Montana President of NorthWest Farm Credit Services Bill Perry and Shaud...

Obituary - Elizabeth Ann Varnum

Elizabeth Ann Varnum passed away Friday, Jan. 16, 2015, in Helena. She was 54 years old. Elizabeth (Little Bits, Zil) was born Feb. 2, 1960, in Helena to John and Alice Varnum. She joined her two... Full story

Obituaries - Lorraine A. Kiedrowski

Lorraine A. Kiedrowski, 90, of Hogeland, Montana, entered the home of her Heavenly Father on Jan. 20, 2015. Rosary services will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, at 7 p.m, at Edwards Funeral Home... Full story

Obituary - Emory Small

Emory Dean Small "White Bear" "Wah-pis-ki Mahs-Kwah," 59, of Rocky Boy, passed away, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls surrounded by family and friends. Wake services began... Full story

Crazy Armory Nights: Skylights fall in epic thriller

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights have already had an epic 20-win season. They've already taken down nationally ranked Lewis-Clark State and Carroll College in the first two weeks of... Full story

Ponies dominate Class A Duals again

The Havre High wrestling team was back in action this past weekend in the Class A Duals, where the Blue Ponies once again proved to be head and shoulders above the competition. Not to mince words,...

HHS boys split with Central A rivals

It was not all sunshine and roses for the Havre High boys basketball this past weekend. But when the times got tough, the Blue Ponies responded with one of their most important wins of the season.... Full story

Crazy Armory Nights: Lights sweep rivals

If there was any panic, any worry, any stress or doubt about their four-game losing streak to start Frontier Conference play, the Montana State University-Northern Lights sure didn't show any signs... Full story

Blue Pony girls topple Panthers, Rangers

The Havre High girls basketball team wasn't at its best this past weekend. But in the end, it didn't matter as the Blue Ponies did what good teams do - they found a way to win. Havre continued its... Full story

Letter to the Editor: Havre has it – Sometimes it's just hidden

Editor: If you want to experience a little glimpse of Italy in your own backyard it can be found at 603 3rd Ave., at Nonna’s Coffee House. I called Leann after seeing an ad in the Havre Daily News to schedule a Christmas party for a small group... Full story

Our View: Shun politics, help working Montanans get health care

Thousands of Montanans do not have enough money to give themselves proper health care. As a result, they decline preventative health care measures, and they put off doctor visits on minor problems until they get seriously ill. This should not... Full story

Letter to the Editor: GOP had shabby performance at hearings

Editor: This past week we saw House Republicans attempting to control state agencies testimony at committee hearings. At our first committee meeting where we were to go through orientation the chair of the committee, Rep. Art Whittich, attempted to... Full story

Rep. Mile Miller settles in campaign finance case

HELENA — A Republican state lawmaker has agreed to pay a $4,000 fine and not run for public officer for four years to settle a lawsuit that accuses him of breaking campaign finance laws. The agreement with Rep. Mike Miller of Helmville was filed... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Monday, Jan. 26 A financial aid workshop for Havre High seniors and parents is set for 7 p.m. in the HHS Computer Lab, Room 11B. Cindy Small, financial aid director from MSU-Northern, will present and be available to answer questions. "The Word"... Full story

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