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Articles from the September 7, 2017 edition

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Hi-Line Athlete Profile, Tommy Wilson, MSU-N Football

When Tommy Wilson was trying to decide where to go after junior college, his main focus was finding a school where he could compete and potentially start right away at quarterback. But in addition to...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 7, 2017

Landowners talk about East Fork Fire damages

Landowners whose property burned in the East Fork Fire talked about the damages Wednesday afternoon after a meeting hosted by the Type I Incident Management Team concluded. The federal fire...

 

Frontier Notebook: Diggers make an early statement

Frontier Conference football is underway. And, it looks like one thing holds true following the first week of conference play - the Montana Tech Orediggers are, and are going to be really good. Last T...

 

Skylights one week away from Frontier play

One week and three matches are now all that stand between the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team and the start of Frontier Conference play. Northern begins its final week of...

 

Ponies return to the links

After a full week off from competition, the Havre High boys and girls golf teams will be excited to get back on the golf course. And the Blue Ponies get that chance Friday morning. Havre heads to...

 

High School, College Football Standings

High School Football Standings Eastern A Conf. Glendive 2-0 Laurel 2-0 Sidney 2-0 Belgrade 1-1 Billings Central 1-1 Lewistown 1-1 Hardin 1-1 Havre 0-2 Miles City 0-2 Livingston 0-2 Northwest A Conf. Overall Columbia Falls 0-0 1-0 Libby 0-0 1-1...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Volleyball Chinook at North Star Box Elder vs Rocky Boy College X-Country MSU-N at Carroll Friday High School Football Havre vs Laurel, 7 p.m. Harlem vs Glasgow, 7 p.m. CJI at...

 

HHS spikers set to gain valuable experience at Great Falls tourney

After getting a taste of Central A conference play last weekend, the Havre High volleyball team will be on the road again this weekend and the Blue Ponies will be back to playing tournament...

 

Hunting season continues in Montana despite fire danger

While people are asking about how the dry conditions and fire danger will affect hunting seasons, FWP is not recommending that the Fish and Wildlife Commission close hunting seasons. “Because of widely variable conditions and different types of...

 

Obituary - Mildred Irene Scharfe

Mildred Irene Scharfe, Milly with a "y," passed away peacefully at the age of 97 at St. John's Hansen Cottage in Billings Sept. 5, 2017. Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has been entrusted with... Full story

 

For the Record, Sept. 7, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers assisted a citizen after a 16th Street West caller reported Wednesday at 11:51 a.m. that her daughter ran away. —— Officers investigated after a U.S. Highway 2 Northwest business owner reported Wednesday at 1:34...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Tequila lifts her skirts

Sunshine! After a solid week of all-day, all-night rain, the sun shines. Tropical Storm Lidia whooshed unrelenting rainclouds our way before veering off with a huff into the Pacific, energy dissipated...

 

World champion robotics team kicks off season with world-wide game reveal in Sun River

Havre Daily News staff A world champion robotics team from Sun River is hosting an open house and "game reveal" for this year's world championship robotics competition. RedNek Robotics, which was one...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 7, 2017

City Council passes FY 18 budget

The Havre City Council voted unanimously at its budget hearing Wednesday night to approve the proposed $18.7 million budget for Fiscal year 2018, along with five resolutions to levy and assess taxes for maintenance and operations.    Before the...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 7, 2017

Plans for Festival Days closing in on opening day

The executive director of the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce said planning for this year’s Festival Days, which starts Friday next week, is nearly complete, and she invited people from the region to come participate in the parade Saturday, Sept....

 

Park warns cabin owners, recreationists, that Beaver Creek remains closed

With some cabin owners apparently under the impression they can again access their cabins in Beaver Creek Park, park staff said they want to let people know that the park still is closed to all... Full story

 

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