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Pony spikers fired up for home debut

Last week, the Havre High volleyball team took a step in the right direction, with a non-conference win over Conrad. Now, the Blue Ponies will try to stack successes with a second straight win in...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 23, 2016

District judge retires after 22 years

After 22 years as a state district judge in a three-county district, Judge John C. McKeon will hang up his robe in November. "I've tried to do my job studiously, hardworking and timely and...

 

Lights look for more at UM-Western

The Montana State University-Northern Lights had every right to be feeling good about themselves last Saturday night, and even in the days following their triumphant win over Carroll College. However,...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 23, 2016

Mariachi band to perform at Montana State University-Northern campus

The Mariachi Huenachi, a nationally recognized high school mariachi band from Wenatchee High School in Wenatchee, Washington, will be in Havre Monday, playing at several venues and touring the...

 

Nationals play two against Gillette

The Glacier Nationals of the North American Tier 3 Hockey League didn't get their season off to the start they wanted to last weekend. But with the Gillette Wild coming to town for back-to-back games...

 

Cats, Griz open Big Sky play

The Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats are each three weeks into the 2016 season. But for both teams, things get really real on Saturday. Both the No. 6 Grizzlies (2-0) and un-ranked Bobcats...

 

Friday Night Lights: Time flies, just like Korb does

The 2016 seniors on the Havre High football team have been through a lot. They have played in the Class A playoffs twice, won a Central A championship and were one win away from playing in the state...

 

Two-For-Two at Home: Skylights sink Argos

Every year, and especially this season, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team has a mission when it comes to playing Frontier Conference matches at home. And that mission is simple...

 

Back in the Corral: Ponies host Browning

Now that Class A football uses the wildcard playoff system, the truth is, every game matters. But when it comes to the Havre High football team, the goal is to clinch one of the Central A...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 23, 2016

Organic Farming "Isn't that fun"

Bob Quinn is an organic farmer, researcher and world traveler who believes diet is a major reason so many Americans are in poor health. "The amount of illness and chronic illness and autoimmune...

 

Seidel awarded scholarship

BOZEMAN — Mercedes Seidel, senior in the Department of Health and Human Development, was awarded the Marie Moebus Undergraduate Scholarship and the EHHD Scholarships for Student Teachers at Montana State University in Bozeman. Seidel was...

 

MSU's Panhellenic Council recognized with award for excellence

From MSU BOZEMAN — A self-governing body representing sororities at Montana State University was recently recognized by the National Panhellenic Conference with a national award of excellence for its efforts to maintain the highest standards of...

 

Engagement: Ashley Buck and Ryan Callahan

Ashley Buck and Ryan Callahan of Havre have announced their plans to marry Oct. 1, 2016. Buck, daughter of Dexter and Carla Buck of Chinook, is a graduate of Chinook High School, Montana State...

 

Engagement: Mavis Filler and Robert Farnham

Mavis Filler and Robert Farnham have announced their marriage engagement. The couple has planned their marriage for June 17, 2017...

 

Fifth Avenue Christian Church to host women's retreat

All area women are invited to attend a nondenominational Ladies Advance Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 from 4 p.m. Friday through 3 p.m. Saturday. Three meals are included in the $20 preregistration cost, and the $25 at the door. This will be held at Fifth...

 

Out Our Way: The Gospel According to Goliath: The real deal

Mark 7:1-23 As some of you may know, the name of this column, "Out Our Way," is based on the work of J.R. Williams, a cartoonist from back in the '30s and '40s, who immortalized the cowboy with his...

 

Pastor's Corner: How do we get wisdom and understanding?

We’re a few weeks into the school year now, and no doubt all of you students are poring over your textbooks, conducting research, and studying hard! I hope you are also enjoying some extracurricular activities. Whatever you are studying and whateve...

 

Hello God; It's Me Mara: Grieving

You know, Lord, remembering the date, week or month, we’re brokenhearted, they’re gone, we’re still here, will we survive this journey? No two people handle sorrow the same; it’s a winding road, maybe like climbing up a mountain side. Then...

 

Local author sets Havre book signings

By Havre Daily News staff A lifelong Blaine County resident has published a children’s book and will be in Havre Oct. 1 for a book signing. Betty Billmayer adapted a skit she wrote for production at her church into the book, “The Princess and...

 

Dueling Paintbrushes' set for Oct. 4

Press Release The Montana State University-Northern Chancellor’s Lecture Series will host “Dueling Paintbrushes: George Catlin and Karl Bodmer on the Missouri” with Kristi Hager Tuesday, Oct. 4. The presentation will be at Northern’s Applied...

 

Agenda: Hill County Commission

Monday 8 a.m. — Center for Mental Health 10 a.m. — School Levy approval 1:30 p.m. — Buildings manager — Anez  Tuesday 10:30 a.m. — Road supervisor — Hanson    2 p.m. — Airport meeting            Wednesday 10 a.m. — Bid...

 

For the Record: September 23, 2016

Havre Police Department Raven Ray Wolfgang Lanier, 19, of Havre was arrested on charges of assault with a weapon, nonaggravated partner or family member assault and violations of conditions of release Thursday at 10:42 a.m. at the police station....

 

Letter to the Editor: Austin's annexation attitude ironic

Dear Editor, I find it somewhat ironic that Kyle Austin calls the City of Havre greedy when he wants to start a business with city water and sewer but does not want to pay city taxes. Who might be the greedy one here? Perhaps he does not realize that...

 

View from the North 40: Welcome to Canuck-land, folks

Owners of a store in the village of Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, are employing some good ol’ colonial strategies to help out with a population problem that has become an employee shortage problem: land-deal bribery. Unable to find enough employees...

 

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