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Articles from the October 31, 2016 edition

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One Down: Lights beat North Idaho

The Montana State University-Northern Lights always open the wrestling season with a dual against the North Idaho College Cardinals. And that dual is usually one that can swing either way. In other...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    October 31, 2016

Harlem United F1 team talks at Northern

Harlem United, a team of students and a teacher who became the first Native American and first Montana team to win an award at the International F1 in Schools world championship, spoke Sunday about...

 

Skylights stop Horns, again

It might be an exhibition game, but Tuesday night, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights are heading into the bear’s den when they take on the University of Montana Lady Griz in Missoula....

 

Carroll squeaks by Northern spikers in a five-set marathon

There’s always measuring sticks throughout the course of a season. And Friday night was a big one for the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team — a squad fresh off a huge road win at U...

 

Eagles stop spirited Blue Ponies

It’s been a tough season for the Havre High volleyball team. But with Lewistown on the schedule for senior night, and a third-place in the Central A on the line, the Blue Ponies played one of their...

 

Carroll exacts revenge on Northern

The Carroll College Fighting Saints showed a month can make all the difference. After losing to the Montana State University-Northern Lights last month at Blue Pony Stadium, the resurgent Saints...

 

Hawks, Knights ousted from playoffs

While the national sports scene was focused on Wrigley Field, college football and the NFL, local sports fans have the high school playoffs, which started over the weekend all across the state. Along...

 

Quake sweeps Glacier

The Glacier Nationals were faced with the tough task of taking on the Yellowstone Quake this past weekend and unfortunately for the Nationals, the result of their road trip was a two-game sweep....

 

Cat-Griz Report: Eagles thump Griz on the "inferno"

CHENEY, Wash. (AP) - The Montana Grizzlies road woes, and especially the woes on the "inferno" at Eastern Washington continue. Gage Gubrud threw for 327 yards and four touchdowns, three to Cooper...

 

Obituary: Samuel D. Shrauger

Samuel D. Shrauger of Havre, 89, passed away due to natural causes Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at the Northern Montana Care Center. Private family graveside services were held at 2: p.m. Saturday, Oct.... Full story

 

For the Record, Oct. 31, 2016

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a sex offense report after a call came in from the child abuse hotline Friday at 3:19 p.m. —— Officers investigated a sex offense report after a call came in from the child abuse hotline Friday at...

 

Correction for Oct. 28, 2016

A story on Page A3 in Friday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about the first case of influenza being confirmed in Hill County misreported that flu vaccine is available in a mist. The vaccine is not available in that form....

 

Hess has experience to represent Havre best

Editor, Experience matters. Rep. Stephanie Hess brings the kind of experience and character to public office that I am looking for in a candidate. As a small business owner in Havre it resonated with me that Stephanie was endorsed by the National Fed...

 

Bachmeier best choice for HD 28

Editor, During all my years serving Havre in the Montana Senate and observing my colleagues in the Legislature, I learned a great deal about the qualities that make an effective legislator on behalf of his or her local district.  As I have gotten...

 
 By Duane Ray    Opinion    October 31, 2016

Why I'm voting for Greg Gianforte

Editor, Greg Gainforte is a job creator, a true leader with a proven track record who genuinely cares about Montana. I met Greg when I joined RightNow Technologies upon graduating from Montana State University in Bozeman in 2000. At that time,...

 

A Montana family for our outdoor heritage

Editor, I’m a lifelong Montanan, an angler, a wife and a mom, but one thing I’m certainly not is political. However, when I heard that gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte tried to stop families like ours from accessing public lands near his ho...

 

City manager-commission proposal needs to wait

\friends and neighbors, The Havre commission-city manager proposal is on the ballot Nov. 8. While its appropriate to consider ways of improving how Havre functions, the timing of the proposal puts the cart before the horse, so to speak. Our primary...

 

Havre speech wins in Browning

Press release The Havre High School speech and debate team won at its first tournament of the year Saturday in Browning, winning the Class A competition at the Browning-Cut Bank joint invitational tournament. “This was a great start to the season,...

 

Alternative voting office set on Rocky Boy

Press release Under an agreement reached by the Hill County Election Department and the Chippewa Cree Tribe, an Alternative Voting Office will operate on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation for the 2016 Federal General Election. Hill County’s...

 

Blood drive set in Chinook Nov. 8

A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in Chinook at Wallner Hall Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 1 to 6 p.m.  Walk-ins are welcome or people can make an appointment by going to www.redcrossblood.org....

 

Housing for homeless veterans planned at Fort Harrison

HELENA (AP) — A planned housing complex at Fort Harrison would give permanent residences to homeless veterans. People can mail comments on the plans to the VA Montana Healthcare System through Nov. 26. Plans for the project say the complex would...

 

Moon Lake? Mohn Lake? Geographer probes mystery of lake name

KALISPELL (AP) — A Montana lake that residents want to name may already have a title. John and Sharon Ramsey’s quest to label the lake so that it could be stocked with fish led two people to come forward with options that they each say are the or...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    October 31, 2016

Rocky Boy fires police chief

Allen Primeau, chief of police on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation who has been on suspension since May, was fired Friday. Primeau said that he was told by the Chippewa Cree Business Committee Law and Order Committee, which has authority over Rocky...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    October 31, 2016

Superintendent discusses Havre schools' future

The head of the Havre Public Schools said the schools have been dwindling in size for years, and the task of recruiting and keeping school staff is not easy anywhere on the Hi-Line. Over the course...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    October 31, 2016

E.L.F. food drive twice as successful as last year

This year’s Everybody Loves Firefighters food drive yielded more than twice as much as last year’s, a food bank representative said. Havre Food Bank Manager Lorna Bjerga said the 6,597 pounds of food gathered Wednesday and Thursday from...

 

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