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 By Paul Dragu    Local    January 30, 2017

BC students compete for state medals in Havre

Hundreds of coaches, judges and students from all over Montana took over Montana State University-Northern's campus Friday and Saturday for the annual Class BC State Speech, Drama and Debate...


Halting the March

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights put a lot of effort and emotion into Thursday night’s gritty home win over the UGF Argos. The question then was, would the Skylights have enough left... Full story


Pony Pool Party

Talk about making the last day count. On Saturday, the Havre High swim teams competed in the Havre Community Pool for the final time this season, and also wrapped up the 2016-17 regular season in the...


Humble Faupel makes MSU-N scoring history

When her four years as a basketball player at Montana State University-Northern are over, Natalee Faupel is going to have a lifetime worth of memories. There’s been incredible games, incredible... Full story


Saints run away from the Lights

The Carroll College Fighting Saints were hot, the Montana State University-Northern Lights were not. That pretty much sums up what happened to the Lights Friday night, in their final game of a... Full story


Mustangs trample Ponies in the Corral

After beating Malta earlier in the season, the Havre High boys basketball team was out for the sweep. However, the short-handed Blue Ponies just didn’t have enough to hang with the Mustangs. Malta,...


Powerful Malta bests Havre High girls

When the Havre High girls basketball team and Malta get together, there is always plenty of hype, only Saturday inside the HHS gymnasium, it was the M-Ettes, not the Blue Ponies who lived up to it....


Lights dominate in Dickinson

The Montana State University-Northern Lights have two big duals left in the 2016-17 wrestling season. But before the Lights get to those, they had one last tournament to take care of. On Saturday,... Full story


Young HHS grapplers shine in Malta

In its final regular season meet before the Eastern A Divisional, the Havre High wrestling team took part in the Malta Invitational and with a team that was less than full strength, the Blue Ponies...


Bulls sweep Ice Hawks

After four straight wins, the Havre Ice Hawks high school hockey team ran into a juggernaut this weekend in Billings. Havre faced off against the No. 2-ranked Billings Bulls Saturday and Sunday, and...


Bruins prove too strong for Glacier Nationals

For much of the 2016-17 NA3HL season, the Glacier Nationals have been plagued by a struggling offense. And this past weekend, the Nationals offense had issues again, scoring once in two games, as...


For the Record, Jan. 30, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a motor vehicle crash near Fifth Avenue and First Street after it was reported Friday at 9:41 a.m. —— Joshua Kay Blatter of Havre, 27, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and revocation of...


Obituary: Robert F. "Bob" Rinehart

Robert F. "Bob" Rinehart of Kremlin, 93, passed away due to natural causes Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, at Big Sandy Medical Center. A viewing will be held Jan. 31, 2017, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Holland... Full story


Obituary: Jane Pehrson

Jane Pehrson of Chinook, 95, passed away Jan. 25, 2017, at her home. Cremation has taken place and services will be held in the spring. Edwards Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.... Full story


Correction for Jan. 23, 2017

A front-page story in the Jan. 23 edition of the Havre Daily News titled “Parent opposes HPS attendance policy” misreported the number of credits a student needs to earn to graduate from Havre High School. The number of credits required is...


HHS graduation credits have not changed

Editor’s note: A front-page article in the Jan. 23 edition of the Havre Daily News misreported that Havre High School required 24 credits to graduate rather than the actual requirement of 22.5 credits. —— This is something I believe requires cl...


Havre speaker brings home state medal

Press release The Havre High School speech and debate team saw success at the Class A speech, drama and debate tournament in Laurel over the weekend, with senior Ethan Smith bringing home a second-place medal in dramatic oral interpretation of...

 By Paul Dragu    Local    January 30, 2017

Mental health first aid class teaches how to help

Fifteen participants volunteered to take Friday's mental health first aid training course in a packed Jon Tester Room at Bullhook Community Health Center. The training session, instructor and Montana...

 By Alex Ross    Local    January 30, 2017

State delays highway roundabout

A federally funded roundabout proposed for the intersection of Montana Highway 200 and U.S. Highway 87 at Grass Range — opposed by some state lawmakers and seven county commissions — has been put on hold, Lori Ryan, a public affairs officer with...


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