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Articles from the April 6, 2017 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 6, 2017

Skills students converge on Northern for 46th SkillsUSA conference

Havre's university once again hosted a convention of students in skill categories with two days of competition culminating in an awards ceremony at Montana State University-Northern's Armory...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 6, 2017

Local teams dominate Cal Wearley girls

Normally, spring weather in Montana can be a little dicey, but Wednesday for the Cal Wearley Invitational track meet, the weather couldn't have been better, and it led to some impressive performances...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 6, 2017

A showcase weekend for Pony netters

The Havre High tennis teams see the blue colors of the Bill Vaughey Memorial Tennis Courts every day in practice. But the Blue Ponies only get to play other teams on those courts one weekend each seas...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 6, 2017

Class B squads shine at annual Cal Wearley

The Cal Wearley Invitational track meet is always the unofficial starting point in the local track season and with 30 teams and more than 500 athletes participating in the competition at the Havre...

 

FWP implements new permitting process for training dogs in the field

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks A permitting system is now available through Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to allow people to train hunting dogs in open fields and in proximity to wild nesting birds. Montana law prohibits the training of hunting dog...

 

Some Region 6 Block Management Areas open For 2017 spring turkey season

From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks  Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and participating land owners will open some Block Management Areas for spring turkey hunting along the Milk River and one area south of Zortman. Twelve areas will be open for...

 

Obituary: Betty Jean Howendobler

Betty Jean Howendobler of Havre, 79, passed away Monday, April 3, 2017 at Northern Montana Care Center due to complications of dementia.  Viewing will be held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, April 11, 2017,... Full story

 

For the Record, April 6, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a complaint after a caller near Beaver Creek Boulevard reported Wednesday at 5:29 p.m. that a group of boys were smoking behind a shed and is afraid they might start it on fire. —— Two people were...

 

Corrections - Old building in Beaver Creek coming down

A front-page article in Wednesday’s edition of the Havre Daliy News about an old building being torn down at Camp Kiwanis in Beaver Creek Park misreported the amount being paid to tear it down. The amount is $1,400.... Full story

 

Gorsuch is a supreme nominee

One of the most important votes a U.S. senator casts is a vote for a U.S. Supreme Court nominee. An Associate Justice for the Supreme Court is a lifetime appointment.   That’s why a decision on who to vote for, who to stand behind, and who to...

 

Looking Out My Back Door: Expect the unexpected

My days are never what I think they are going to be. No, that doesn’t quite express what I’m trying to say. Life is full of surprises. That’s an inane cliché. My tongue can’t find the right words. I’m not in charge. At times I think I am....

 

HHS Key Club shares its year of service

The Havre High Key Club would like to take a moment and share with the Havre community a summary of the past year of service. Our 27 members owe many thanks to a supportive Havre Public School administration and staff that encourage and support our...

 

SB155: An out-of-state overreach

Editor, Senate Bill 155 is an egregious overreach by out-of-state groups to take local control from Montanans. This bill would change Montana seed laws and take away power from the hands of our local officials, which is where it has been for decades...

 

A thank you for Sen. Tester's courageous opposition to Gorsuch

In 2012 the People of Montana, by a supermajority, adopted CI-166, (codified as §§ 13-35-501-504), which requires this State’s Congressional delegation to support the adoption of a Constitutional Amendment to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court’s i...

 

North Star students place at State Science Fair

Havre Daily News Staff Students from North Star Schools saw success at this year's State Science Fair March 26-27 in Missoula. North Star science teacher Pam Renaker took 10 students to the fair....

 

Glacier Youth Corps offers opportunity

From National Park Service  WEST GLACIER — Montana students, ages 15-17, are encouraged to apply for the Glacier Youth Corps program working in Glacier National Park this summer.  The program provides a hands-on conservation opportunity with...

 

Local News - Havre Trails sets Square Butte hike

From Havre Trails Havre Trails will be leading a hike up Square Butte on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation Saturday, April 15. This is a moderately difficult hike of three to four miles. For details and to RSVP, people can check the Havre Trails...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 6, 2017

Tester decries Trump's budget cuts

Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester said Wednesday he is concerned about the negative impact President Donald Trump’s proposed budget could have on rural Montana. “He used a chainsaw where he should have been using a scalpel,” Tester said. “I...

 

Senate GOP 'goes nuclear,' clearing way for Trump court pick

By ERICA WERNER AP Congressional Correspondent WASHINGTON - Republicans invoked the "nuclear option" in the Senate today, unilaterally rewriting the chamber's rules to allow President Donald Trump's... Full story

 

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