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Bullhook sets counseling for people in East Fork Fire

Havre Daily News staff Bullhook Community Health Center in Havre has set a series of events starting today to help people deal with the stress of dealing with the East Fork Fire in the Bear Paw Mountains. “The type of stress and devastation...

 

Frontier Notebook: Offenses are flying all over the Frontier

There are a lot of hard-nosed, tough-minded, defensive coaches in the Frontier Conference. But even they have surrendered to the modern game of college football. So to say the least, through four week...

 

Postseason golf is here for Blue Ponies

It’s all on the line for the Havre High boys and girls golf teams this Saturday in Livingston, as the Blue Ponies compete in the Central A Divisional tournament. Havre will join the host Livingston...

 

George Ferguson Column: Thank You Reese Phillips

Adversity comes in all forms. In sports, it can come in the blink of an eye. In football, one second everything is going good and then, boom, it isn’t. That’s exactly what happened to University o...

 

Prep, College Football, Volleyball Standings

Prep Football Standings Eastern A Conf. Overall Laurel 4-0 4-0 Sidney 4-0 4-0 Billings Central 3-1 3-1 Belgrade 2-2 2-2 Glendive 2-2 2-2 Lewistown 2-2 2-2 Miles City 2-2 2-2 Hardin 1-3 1-3 Havre 0-4 0-4 Livingston 0-4 0-4 Northwest A Conf. Overall...

 

'Fore Fun' golf tourney set Sunday in Fort Benton

The Signal Point Golf Club at 345 Signal Point Road in Fort Benton is holding a special year-end tournament Sunday to raise funds for equipment repairs and expenses. In the Fore Fun Golf Tournament, starting at 10 a.m., people may only use four...

 

Montana's clean indoor air laws protect citizens from secondhand tobacco smoke

Secondhand smoke is a serious health hazard, causing or worsening a wide range of adverse health effects, including lung cancer, respiratory infections and asthma. A number of states have moved to protect their citizens from this threat by passing...

 

Looking Out My Backdoor: Times when you wonder

Do you ever have times when you wonder who you are? I mean, you might be sitting under the cottonwood tree, perfectly content one moment; the next moment you feel like the essence of you is outside... Full story

 

D.A. Davidson's Lineweaver earns designation

Curt Lineweaver, associate financial advisor with D.A. Davidson & Co., recently completed the course work required to earn a Certified Wealth Strategist® designation. The program is designed...

 

Obituary: Kim B. "Kimmerz" Jones

Kim B. "Kimmerz" Jones of Harlem, 60, died of natural causes early Monday morning, Sept. 18, 2017, in aBillings clinic. He was born June 3, 1957, in Fort Belknap, Montana, the son of James and Helen... Full story

 

Obituary: Carole Marie Espeseth

Carole Marie Espeseth of Havre, 87, passed away Sept. 18, 2017, at Northern Montana Care Center due to natural causes. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held Saturday, Sept.... Full story

 

Fire restrictions still on in north-central Montana counties

Over the weekend, cooler and wetter weather helped ease the effects of this year’s fire season, but most of the counties within the Lewistown Fire Restriction Area have decided to stay in fire restrictions, with the exception of Chouteau and...

 

For the Record: Thursday, September 21, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after a First Street business caller reported Wednesday at 8:18 p.m. that someone had driven off without paying for gas. —— Robert Snyder of Great Falls, 47, was arrested on charges of driving...

 

City Court: February 2017

A boy born in 1998 was fined $600 for minor in possession, under age 18 when charged, third offense. —— Rebecca Lynn Allery, born in 1992, was fined $200 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for obstructing a...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 21, 2017

Lt. Gov. discusses looming budget cuts

Lt. Gov Mike Cooney said Wednesday that Montanans need to reach out to their state lawmakers to let them know the severity of looming budget cuts, and said cuts would be serious and painful, unless...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 21, 2017

Provost candidate says higher education faces many challenges

Le Gene Quesenberry, the last of four candidates for Montana State University-Northern's provost positions to be interviewed, talked Wednesday about the importance of collaboration and reaching out...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 21, 2017

Second annual Toy Run raising funds for Community Toy Chest

The Montana Hammer Motorcycle Club will be riding for its second annual Toy Run fundraiser Saturday with the aim of raising money for the Havre Jaycees Community Toy Chest. The day will be largely spent on a poker run that will take 20-plus riders,...

 

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