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Pumping up Pony pride

Havre Daily News staff A new sign shows people coming into Havre the proud record of Havre High School activities. A sign created by Beaver Creek Designs lists all of the state championsips Havre...

 

Frontier Notebook: Skylights, Lights getting poll attention

For teams that don’t win their respective conference championships, the NAIA Men’s and Women’s Coaches Poll are very important. The polls dictate the at-large berths to the NAIA national...

 

Rocky Boy, Harlem hoping to advance in the postseason

While the District 9C tournament takes center stage this week in Havre, two more local schools are vying for postseason glory as well. Thursday through Saturday the Rocky Boy basketball teams will...

 

Local Bowling Report: City Tourney results are in

The Havre City Tournament at Harvest Moon Lanes is over and here are some of the top scores for the tournament. For the team event: Oxford Bar took first, 2,670; Harvest Moon Lanes took second, 2,625. In doubles, Monty Valdez and Steve Newbury took...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Wednesday High School Basketball 9C Girls Box Elder vs Big Sandy, 1 p.m. Chinook vs Turner, 2:30 North Star vs CJI, 6 Ft. Benton vs HLP, 7:30 Thursday High School Basketball 9C Boys HLP vs CJI, 11...

 

Treading new ground: Helena farm family uncovers importance of soil health

Press release It was 2012, and the Dusenberry family was frustrated. Across their 600-acre farm and livestock operation in the Helena Valley, years of sound stewardship and management practices didn't...

 

Attorney to teach farm law at workshop in Missoula

Press release From hiring workers, leasing or buying land, implementing food safety measures, negotiating sales, forming an LLC, filing taxes, getting insurance and so on, legal issues work their way into every aspect of the sustainable farm. The...

 

Montana Pulse Advisory Committee Meeting Wednesday, February 22nd

Press release HELENA — The Montana Pulse Advisory Committee will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, in Great Falls at the Holiday Inn, 1100 Fifth St. S. The Montana Department of Agriculture’s mission is to protect producers and consumers, and...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 15, 2017

From the Courts, Feb. 15, 2017

Woman sentenced for having meth and pipes A Box Elder woman received three years probation Monday in District Court in Havre after being caught with methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia while trespassing. Brittany L. Henderson, born in 1995,...

 

For the Record, Feb. 15, 2017

Havre Police Department Robert Alexander McConnell of Havre, 36, was arrested on a violations of conditions release charge related to a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation Tuesday at 8:01 a.m. at the police department. —— Officers investigated a...

 

Interesting history of Montana's special congressional elections

The congressional death in 1945 and the appointment of a federal judgeship appointment in 1969 triggered two Montana special congressional elections like the one we’ll have in 2017 once Rep. Ryan Zinke is sworn in as Interior Secretary. On Jan....

 

Spiritual Grief recovery class starts in Havre Feb. 23

Press release A new grief recovery group with a spiritual emphasis called GriefShare is being formed and will begin to meet Thursdays beginning Feb. 23 and continuing for 13 weeks. The GriefShare group will meet weekly to help those in need face...

 

'Through with Chew Week' offers help to quit spit for good

Press release “Through with Chew Week” is observed in Montana Feb. 20-26 this year. Bullhook Dental Clinic is partnering with North Montana Tobacco-Free Coalition to provide free oral cancer screenings to spit tobacco users during this week. For...

 

Bakers have a chance to show their stuff at Montana Seed Show

Press release Bread is an integral part of most diets, and the Montana Seed Show Bread Contest offers bakers the opportunity to enter their favorites in the various categories. The Bread Show contest will be held Friday, March 10, in the Harlem High...

 

MGGA, MGF offer 2017-18 ag-related scholarships

Press release GREAT FALLS — The Montana Grain Growers Association and the Montana Grains Foundation will each offer scholarships to be used for the 2017-2018 school year.  MGGA will award two $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing an...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 15, 2017

Triangle expanding into section of Havre

After several months of reaching out and gauging the interest of area businesses, Triangle Communications will soon provide phone and fiber-optic internet service in an area within Havre city limits....

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 15, 2017

Havre public schools buying new buses

Havre Public Schools will be buying two new school buses for $105,800 each to replace two old route buses with high mileage. The motion to make the purchase was approved Tuesday night during the Havre Public School Board of Trustees meeting, during...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    February 15, 2017

Park board sets special cabin lease meeting

The chairman of the Hill County Park Board has called a special meeting Feb. 22 to begin discussion and approval of the recommended lease requirements for Beaver Creek Park’s cabin lease sites, inviting the public to attend and comment at the...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 15, 2017

Legislators a no-show in weekly videoconference in Havre

No local state lawmakers showed up for their weekly legislative videoconference Tuesday, with several of them saying they had committee meetings or other engagements at that time. Lawmakers did not...

 

Montana panel considers letting school workers, state lawmakers carry concealed

By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, Associated Press HELENA — Montana legislators turned their focus Tuesday on allowing school employees to carry concealed weapons on campuses and allowing lawmakers to arm themselves when conducting business at the state...

 

Spaghetti dinner at First Baptist Church to benefit Salvation Army

The First Baptist Church is holding a spaghetti dinner fundraiser Thursday with proceeds benefiting The Salvation Army’s RISP program to assist people with needs. The dinner runs from 5 to 7 p.m. at the church, 625 Fourth Ave. in Havre. The dinner...

 

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