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Articles from the August 14, 2017 edition

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Blue Ponies return to the golf course

For some time now, the Havre High boys golf team has stolen the headlines. That's because the Blue Pony boys have had a long line of very good golfers and teams. But heading into a brand new high scho...


Skylights working hard in camp

While the Montana State University-Northern football team didn't start practice until today, the Skylights volleyball team has already been busy preparing for the 2017 season. Northern first took the...


To local coaches and athletic directors

The Havre Daily News is once again excited to be covering another year of high school sports in Havre and on the Hi-Line. But we need your help to bring our readers and your fans the best, and most...

 By Paul Dragu    Local    August 14, 2017

16-year-old arrested for vandalism

A 16-year-old boy was arrested Saturday morning after officers found several graffiti marks painted within the city limits. The boy was arrested on charges of criminal mischief and juvenile curfew violations Saturday morning at 2:15 on the 1000...


Obituary - Kathleen "Micky" Galloway Williamson

Kathleen "Micky" Galloway Williamson passed into eternity to be with her Savior Jesus Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017. She joined her husband in eternity on his birthday. She fought an inspiring battle against... Full story


For the Record, Aug. 14, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers made two arrests after an 11th Street West caller reported Friday at 12:29 p.m. that someone had stolen two bikes and a backpack. John Joseph Bear Jr. of Havre, 28, was arrested on charges of theft, obstructing a...


State agencies seek public's help to locate harmful algal blooms

HELENA — As people savor the last few weeks of summer, forest fires aren’t the only menace that can spoil a day in the great outdoors. Harmful algal blooms — HABs — are a seasonal phenomenon on Montana’s lakes, reservoirs and ponds that...

 By Paul Dragu    Local    August 14, 2017

Local schools prepare for budget cuts

Havre Public Schools will be one of the hardest hit districts in this part of north-central Montana as Montana public schools will receive $19.1 million less in the next two years due to low state revenue projections triggering budget cuts....

 By Alex Ross    Local    August 14, 2017

Lightning takes out some water in Rocky Boy

A pump house on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation was still without electricity this morning after it lost power Friday night, knocking two wells out of service and affecting service to 300 homes, Chippewa Cree Tribal Water Resources Department...

 By Alex Ross    Local    August 14, 2017

Mrs. Montana ready for national competition

Family and friends of Tana Johnson held a "super hero send off" at the Vine 19 wine bar at the Beaver Creek Golf Course Saturday evening to wish her luck before she leaves for Las Vegas Wednesday to...


Cases of West Nile virus confirmed in Montana

Press release State and local health officials are urging people to take great care with the first confirmed cases for the year of West Nile Virus in Montana. Three human cases have been reported in McCone, Bighorn and Toole counties while mosquito s...

 By Alex Ross    Local    August 14, 2017

Hill County Health Department puts out unhealthy air warning

The Hill County Health Department says on its Facebook page that the air quality in Havre is "unhealthy for sensitive groups" including children, older adults, people with heart or lung disease. Visibility is at 7 miles, the post says.   A chart of... Full story


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