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Articles from the April 5, 2016 edition

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 By John Kelleher    Local    April 5, 2016

Local students to help fight hunger

Havre High School student Emily Brurud is organizing Fight Childhood Hunger Week, with activities that will try to raise awareness of local hunger issues. The weeklong efforts, starting Monday, will be aimed at educating people about hunger issues, r...

 

Spring is back, so is the Cal Wearley Meet

There are a lot of big sporting events in Havre every year, and one of them is the annual Cal Wearley Invitational track meet — which is also the first meet held each spring at the Havre Middle...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 5, 2016

Ponies take the field at home for first time

The Havre High softball team got its season started this past weekend in Great Falls. But those games were just exhibition games - the game tonight against Browning is for real. Of course with the...

 

Skylight vollyeball signs star middle blocker

Montana State University-Northern head volleyball coach Bill Huebsch has been hot on the recruiting trail as of late. And, Huebsch recently announced the addition of a third member to his 2016...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Jake Sedahl, Havre Tennis The spring sports season has just begun, but already, Havre High junior tennis player Jake Sedahl is making quite the impression. In his first two meets of the season, Sedahl...

 

Obituary - LaVerna McFadden

LaVerna McFadden, 97, formerly of Inverness, died March 29, 2016, in Lakeside, Montana. Memorial services are pending.... Full story

 

Correction - Anti-vaccine doctor

A front-page headline for a story in Monday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about Dr. Jerry Taylor’s presentation during New Idea Expo incorrectly identified him as an MD. Taylor is an NMD, a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine.... Full story

 

For the Record, April 5, 2016

Havre Police Department Roger George Miller, 32, of Havre was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after a caller from a 2nd Street business asked Monday at 2:49 p.m. for an officer to stop by. —— Officers initiated an arrest Monday at...

 

Letter to the Editor: Climate change will affect agriculture in Montana

Editor: Climate change is harming Washington’s shellfish industry. According to its Department of Health: “As CO2 reacts with seawater, it lowers pH and reduces the concentration of carbonate ions … .” Shellfish are less likely to form...

 

Fresno Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited set annual banquet

Press release New surprises are surfacing along with the Fresno Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited’s favorite games, raffles and drawings, which will again award hundreds of sponsored prizes worth thousands of dollars during the group’s annual walleye...

 

My Neighbor in Need, April 5, 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...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    April 5, 2016

Discover Downtown event set for May 14

Discover Downtown, a celebration of Havre life and an effort to promote downtown, will be held Saturday, May 14. The all-day event will involve blocking off 3rd Avenue from 3rd to 4th streets to traffic where vendors — local and home-based...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 5, 2016

People to walk, run against autism

April is Autism Awareness Month and a group of local families of children with autism spectrum disorders are planning a fun run and walk to raise awareness of the condition. “It’s just a time to recognize those people who have autism spectrum...

 

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