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Articles from the April 1, 2016 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 1, 2016

Blue Ponies make their diamond debut

Even though the Havre High softball team may have undergone some important changes before the start of the 2016 season, the goal remains the same and that is to reach the Class A state tournament....

 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 1, 2016

Taxpayers to vote on school tax hike

The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees agreed Thursday afternoon, in a split vote, to put a school levy on the May 3 Election Day ballot and allow taxpayers a chance to vote for an annual tax...

 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 1, 2016

HHS thinclads hit the ground running

With the weather changing daily, it’s clearly springtime in Havre and accompanying those blustery winds is yet another season of Havre High track. The Blue Ponies had one of the younger teams in...


Local Sports Briefs

Sign Up for Middle School Tennis Once again, Havre High head tennis coach George Ferguson will be conducting middle school tennis this spring. It will begin on Monday, April 11 and run every Monday night through May. Each session will start at 7 p.m....


Out Our Way: The Gospel according to Mark and Goliath

"He is possessed by Beelzebub. It is the power of the devil that he is able to cast out demons. Jesus said to them, 'How can Satan cast out Satan? A kingdom divided against itself cannot survive and a...


North Central Senior Center, April 4-8

Our annual Spring Fundraiser will be April 15-16 with a rummage sale, bazaar, cinnamon rolls and Indian tacos. If you want a bazaar table or have any rummage to contribute, please call 265-5464. Watch for further details. Monday — Transportation...


Havre High selects students of the Month for March

Kailee Collins has been chosen as one of Havre High School's March 2016 Students of the Month. Kailee is the daughter of Sarah and Matthew Collins and the sister of Ellie, who is 12. She is 17 years...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 1, 2016

Hi-Line Living: Hopping good time

Janie Randles stood at the starting line at Eagles Park Saturday. Her two sons, Quinten, 9, and Zeke, 6, were in front of her, as were a horde of other young people. They were ready to pounce on...


Correction - Car-house crash

In a front-page story in Thursday’s edition of the Havre Daily News, the name of the man accused of driving his vehicle through the wall of a house, Warren Small Jr., was misspelled.... Full story


Correction - GOP 2016-Cruz-Montana story

HELENA (AP) — In a front-page story in Thursday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign questioning signatures submitted by fellow Republican John Kasich to qualify for Montana’s June 7 primary, The... Full story


Agenda: Hill County Commission

MONDAY 9 a.m. — Conference call — Great West Engineering 10 a.m. — Hill County tax appeal board meeting  1:30 p.m. — Buildings manager — Anez  5:30 p.m — Park Board meeting    TUESDAY 9:30 a.m. — Public hearing — City-County...


Agenda: Havre City Council

The Havre City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall. The agenda: Pledge of allegiance Roll call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on agenda items: 1 through 9 only. For items not on this agenda, public comment will be taken at the e...


Obituary - Shirley Ann (Patacsil) Aragon

Shirley Ann (Patacsil) Aragon, "Turn Born," 73, passed away on March 28, 2016, at her Kirkland, Washington, home after a short battle with cancer. Her loving family was by her side. Her wake service... Full story


Obituary - Shirley Wisch

Shirley Wisch, 82, passed away at her house in Chinook on March 30, 2016, surrounded by her family.  Cremation has taken place and there will be a celebration of life service held at a later date.  Arrangements have been made with Edwards Funeral... Full story


Obituary - Margaret Gorman

Margaret Gorman, 88, passed away at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.  Memorial services will be held on 11 a,m., Monday, April 4, 2016, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Chinook.  Arrangements have been made with Edwards Funeral Home of... Full story


For the Record, April 1, 2016

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a complaint after a 1st Street Northeast caller reported Thursday at 12:20 p.m. that officers were needed because a man was disputing property damage and “causing a problem.” —— A 16-year-old was...

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    April 1, 2016

View from the North 40: Like crocheting for a better future

I don’t mean to make light of a literally deadly topic, but latest evidence on the mosquito-borne Zika virus shows that my grandmother was psychic in her prediction of this disease invasion. Apparently, even a squat, stern farm grandma can channel...


My Neighbor in Need, April 1, 2016

From My Neighbor in Need The website http://www.myneighborinneed.org/havre provides local citizens a way to ask for help from their community and a way for the community to give back. Current Needs Neighbor in Need — A local woman who has fallen...


Celebrating History: Setting aside land for Rocky Boy

By Emily Mayer The newspapers in Havre 100 years ago carried several neat articles. The Havre Plaindealer’s April 1, 1916, issue had a good-sized article announcing that the secretary of the interior favored increasing the amount of land for Rocky...

 By Alex Ross    Local    April 1, 2016

Rocky Boy gets new state-of-art ambulance

Rocky Boy’s Emergency Medical Services team received word Wednesday that it will soon be the recipient of a state-of-the-art ambulance. Mary Lynne Billy-Old Coyote, chief operating officer of the Rocky Boy Health Clinic, said the new emergency...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 1, 2016

Hope and happiness - and a trip to Hawaii

Twelve-year-old Ryanne Briere of Harlem walked into the Havre Pizza Hut Thursday night with a big smile, a smile that is almost always on her face. She walked with a severe limp and her arms were...

 By MATT VOLZ    Local    April 1, 2016

Jury: Wittich coordinated with dark-money group

HELENA . (AP) — A jury found Friday that a Montana lawmaker coordinated with and received services from conservative corporate groups in violation of state campaign laws, a ruling that could lead to his removal from office. Rep. Art Wittich,... Full story


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