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Tribally owned tech startup lands $42.B Air Force contract

DILLON TABISH Flathead Beacon POLSON (AP) - From his office atop a hill on the south end of town, Thomas Acevedo can see the impressive reach of Flathead Lake stretching into the northern horizon...

 

High School Hoops Galore

For the many basketball fans waiting patiently for the start of the local high school season, don't worry, the wait is almost over. With the Native American Classic getting underway Thursday at...

 

Area gridders selected for Six-Man All-Star Game

Summer is a long way off, but when it comes, that means high school football all-star games. And several area gridders have been selected to play in the annual Six-Man All-Star game in June. North...

 

Havre Middle School Roundup

The Havre Middle School Mustangs held their annual Havre basketball tournament this past Saturday at the Havre Middle School Gym. In the eighth-grade tourney, Havre White beat Lewistown 38-29 and...

 

Cranberry-orange glaze sweetens spiral ham

If you need to feed a crowd, this ham will be your perfect protein. You could order a ham and spend upward of $80, but when it's this easy to make at home, why not? Hams are always on special this...

 

Making Medicare make sense

From Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Q: Are Medicare Part B premiums increasing in 2017? A: Yes, but for most beneficiaries, not by very much. If your Part B premium is withheld from Social Security benefits, by law it can only increase by... Full story

 

For the Record, Dec. 6, 2016

Havre Police Department Claudia Pandora Bell of Havre, 18, was issued a summons on the charge of possession of dangerous drugs after a different person from a First Street Northeast location called to report a sexual assault Monday at 10:15 a.m. —â...

 

Elections results for Marsy's Law have been certified

AMY BETH HANSON Associated Press HELENA — The state Board of Canvassers Monday certified voter passage of a constitutional initiative that establishes certain rights for crime victims, without stating when it takes effect. A Friday order by the...

 

Thank you on Goldhahn fundraiser

Editor, A huge thank-you to all of the people who helped with and/or supported the fundraiser for Lauryn Goldhahn Nov. 20. For those of you who planned, organized, set-up, cooked, served, donated items, purchased items, shared lunch with us,...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 6, 2016

From the Courts, Dec. 6, 2016

Man sentenced for running off road and hitting power pole A local man received Monday in District Court four years probation for drunkenly driving off the road and into a power pole. Allan J. Labuda of Havre, born in 1970, was sentenced to four years...

 

Join us for Worldwide Candle Lighting

Editor, To all bereaved parents, grandparents, siblings, and those who support them: The North Central Montana Compassionate Friends, along with the National Compassionate Friends, is participating in the 20th annual World Wide Candle lighting in...

 

Trump must abandon regime change for Iran

President-elect Donald Trump told a Cincinnati audience this week that he intends to make some big changes in U.S. foreign policy. During his “thank you” tour in the midwest, Trump had this to say: “We will pursue a new foreign policy that fina...

 

Pearl Harbor moves from memory to history

More than a half-century ago, in the dark November days after the Kennedy assassination, White House officials set the date for members of Lyndon B. Johnson’s family to move from their home in Washington’s Spring Valley into the executive...

 

Congress needs to come together to fix broken border security, immigration system

It’s an unfortunate reality of our current political system that problems usually don’t get fixed until they near crisis proportions. And that’s what we’re approaching with our badly broken immigration system: a crisis. Our border security...

 

Middle School choir concert Dec. 12

Press release The Havre Middle School Christmas Choir Concert will be presented Monday, Dec. 12, beginning at 7 p.m. in the HMS assembly room.  “Christmas at the Movies” will be the concert theme, including featured songs from “Alvin and the...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 6, 2016

Fair board wants to talk to former manager

Great Northern Fair Board members put together a three-person hiring committee Monday evening and chair Paul McCann said they will try and speak to the manager who abruptly resigned before a new one is hired. “The hiring committee should visit...

 

FWP citizen council talking in Havre to legislators

Havre Daily News staff The local regional advisory council to the state agency that manages land and wildlife in Montana is inviting legislators to a Dec. 14 discussion in Havre. Fish, Wildlife and Parks said in a press release its Region 6 Citizen...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    December 6, 2016

Report: Crime up in Havre

Crime is up in Havre, with the largest jump being in the number of cases of theft and larceny, a report from the the FBI says. Havre Police Chief Gabe Matosich revealed the numbers Monday night when he presented Havre City Council with an annual...

 

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