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Almost There: Skylights battle in preseason scrimmage

The Montana State University-Northern volleyball team has been hard at work the past couple of weeks, but Monday night, the Skylights' faithful got its first look at the 2017 team. The Skylights, who...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    August 15, 2017

Hawley sentenced to seven years for beating girlfriend

A man was sentenced to Montana State Prison for the next 7 years for beating his girlfriend in Havre last year in a case that captured the attention of the Montana Attorney General’s office after it initially was dismissed due to the lack of a...

 

Local Golf Report: A week of aces at BCGC

It’s a big week for golfers of all ages in the area. Especially for those at Havre High School. Yes, the Blue Pony golf season is now officially underway, with the HHS girls competing through today...

 

Sports Photos: The Lights are back...

The MSU-Northern Lights opened fall camp Monday morning. Northern fans can follow the Lights all the way up to their Sept. 2 season-opener at Rocky Mountain College with in-depth coverage from the...

 

Moss roses a key to Yard of the Week at Romingers'

From Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club If you haven't driven by 1025 13th St. W., put it on your "to do" list for a surprising take on a local garden. The home of Judy and Lynn Rominger offers a unique...

 

Tucker receives second "C.A.R.E." Award from Northern Montana Health Care

From Northern Montana Health Care Last week, Northern Montana Health Care presented its second C.A.R.E. Award to William "Bill" Tucker, a member of the laboratory dervices team. Tucker has worked at...

 

High blood pressure is out of control for too many Americans

From Bullhook Community Health Center High blood pressure is a nationwide concern and a costly health problem. Nearly one in three Americans — almost 67 million adults — has high blood pressure, and half of them do not have it under control....

 

City Court Aug. 15, 2017

Editor’s note: The computer program provided by the Montana state government to print media reports on court actions does not always list all fines assessed. The following cases were resolved by Havre City Judge Virginia Seigel in January. ——...

 

For the Record, Aug. 15, 2017

Havre Police Department Adrian Louis Corcoran of Havre, 25, was arrested on charges of criminal contempt and revocation of suspended or deferred sentence Monday at 8:32 a.m. in relation to a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation. —— Officers investigat...

 

Correction - Rudyard looks for new sorehead

A Hi-Line Living story about Rudyard holding a competition to elect a new town sorehead misreported the email people can send Paypal payments to to vote for the new sorehead. The correct email is oneoldsorehead@outlook.com. The article also... Full story

 

Correction - Lightning takes out some water in Rocky Boy

An article in Monday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about lightning taking out a water pump house at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation was misreported which entity had to order parts. The article quoted Water Resources Department head Dustin... Full story

 

Obituary - Nathaniel St. Pierre, Ph.D.

Dr. Nathaniel St. Pierre passed away peacefully at his home in Butler Coulee Aug. 13, 2017, after a courageous battle with cancer. It was his wish to be at home these past several days, where family... Full story

 

The governor prioritizes bureaucracy over Montanans in need

The continued growth of Montana’s government is out of control. If anything, we should be looking for responsible ways to trim bureaucracy and slow new hiring. Since 2008 we have seen huge technological advances, which should have led to more...

 

Stop pointing fingers and face the facts about our state budget

As governor of Montana it’s my job to responsibly manage the state through everything from a difficult fire season and the challenges posed by increasing drought conditions to making sure we take advantage of the opportunities presented by our...

 

First statewide Heads Up Camp a success

Dear Editor The efforts of months of planning by a whole host of dedicated organizations came to life last week for the first-ever, state-wide Heads Up Camp. A small and diverse group of upperclassman gathered at Shodair Children’s Hospital in...

 

Work on roads, dam at Fresno

Havre Daily News staff More work is underway on the roads and bridges at Fresno Dam and reservoir that will lead to some restricted traffic on weekdays. Monday, equipment and supplies for a project to upgrade and preserve the surface of the roadways...

 

Air quality closer to normal today

Havre Daily News staff While air quality was better this morning, quality in the Havre area dropped enough Monday for the Hill County Health Department to put out a warning for people in sensitive groups to be careful when outside. Hill County...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    August 15, 2017

Scout works to upgrade S-Curve Park

A Havre Boy Scout's plans to provide the S-Curve park on 10th Avenue with three outdoor tables, barbecue grills and a new bench for his Eagle Scout project came a big step closer to reality Friday as...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    August 15, 2017

Museum plans transition of Wahkpa Chu'gn

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board Monday scheduled the first meeting of its transition committee decide if the museum manager will also oversee the Wahkpa Chu’gn Buffalo Jump once its managers retire at the end of the year. Anna Brumley and h...

 

Obituary - Christine Morsette

Christine Morsette, 69, reunited with her mother, father, brothers, and sisters Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, after reaching the end of her illness. Christine was born in Harlem, Montana, March 23, 1948, to... Full story

 

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