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 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    July 8, 2014

City to mow weedy lawns without notice

Havre City Council Monday night approved the ordinances that would allow street vendors to sell their wares without paying a permit and for the city to be able to mow private property with only one prior notice. The city policy of giving lot owners... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 26, 2014

Tadios finds little support in trial

The trial of a woman accused of embezzling Chippewa Cree tribal funds, started in U.S. District Court in Great Falls Wednesday, despite her complaints about her attorney and about the trial starting too soon. Fawn Tadios, former director of the healt... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    June 23, 2014

Day of Action prompts work, laughter

Eight people were standing at a table in the middle of the hall at Van Orsdel United Methodist church Saturday, packaging food for people in need. "One, two three," the team leader yelled out.... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    June 17, 2014

City to crack down on wild yards

The city of Havre will apparently be getting more authority to crack down on people who let tall weeds grow on their lawns. Ward 4 Councilperson Andrew Brekke at Monday night’s meeting presented changes he would like made to the nuisance weed... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 13, 2014

Raffle will help Woodwick with medical costs

A group of artists is helping one of their own who has been helping the local community for years. The Havre Art Association will start selling tickets Saturday in a raffle with the proceeds going to... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    June 4, 2014

Havre to review its government

Havre voters in November will elect a three-member commission to review the way the city government operates. Voters approved creation of the commission in Tuesday's primary election. According to the Montana constitution, voters every decade get...

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    June 3, 2014

Council gets reports from fire, parks and rec

Havre City Council convened Monday to listen to reports from the Havre Fire Department and Parks and Recreation. Chris Inman, director of Parks and Recreation, spoke to the council about the various summer projects the department is putting on....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 30, 2014

Legislative Democratic candidates stump in Havre

Democratic candidates for the state Legislature during a fundraiser Tuesday in Havre called for help and support to take seats in Helena. Sen. Greg Jergeson, D-Havre, who faces the winner of the primary race between state Rep. Kris Hansen, R-Havre, a...

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    May 23, 2014

Celebrating History: Women meet, saloon owners missing

This is the 20th installment of this series celebrating the 150th anniversary of Montana Territory, signed into existence by President Abraham Lincoln. The Havre Plaindealer's May 23, 1914, issue had...

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    May 20, 2014

City council raises wastewater rates

The public hearing on the proposal to raise rates for wastewater services was made fairly easy for Havre City Council Monday night. No one showed up to comment. City Clerk Doug Kaercher read off two written comments and spoke of several phone calls... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    May 6, 2014

Council OKs carnival; history award given

Havre City Council unanimously voted to accept a request from the Hill County Health Department to block off city streets for their fifth annual Lil Shot's Carnival and to hear from the Historic... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    May 5, 2014

Havre to vote on city government

Havre voters will decide during the primary whether they want to form a commission to study the way the city governs itself. Similar votes will take place in cities across the Hi-Line and Montana. If voters agree, a three-member commission will be el... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    May 1, 2014

Walk to raise Williams Syndrome awareness

A walk to raise awareness for Williams Syndrome, an uncommon developmental condition, will begin at Havre’s Town Square at 4 p.m. Sunday. Williams Syndrome is a genetic condition that is present at birth and is characterized by medical problems... Full story

 
 Opinion    April 25, 2014

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel — At Montana State University-Northern, students took an active role in an effort to clean up the campus for Earth Day. Lots of students took part. They celebrated the day with a T-shirt and a barbecue. Among other things, the students... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 24, 2014

Democrats have full day in Havre

Democratic legislative leaders spent all day in Havre touring facilities and listening to residents and officials talk on a plethora of topics, with the day starting at a 7 a.m. breakfast session at N... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    April 22, 2014

City looks to fund Bullhook repairs

Havre City Council met Monday to move forward with the Bullhook repair plans and hear from the Recycle Hi-Line program. Candi Zion, chair of Recycle Hi-Line, stood before City Council and spoke of... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 16, 2014

Dems bring leadership to full day in Havre

Some local legislators — and candidates — are bringing top-level state Democratic lawmakers to Havre next week for an all-day session hearing from local residents, businesspeople and officials. State Sen. Greg Jergeson, D-Havre, and Democratic...

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    April 8, 2014

Council OKs new funeral home

City Council Monday night unanimously approved a zoning change that opens the way for a new funeral home at 310 South Dell. Council members unanimously voted in favor of the zoning change after listening to the public comment section of the meeting....

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 28, 2014

What lies below: Bullhook repairs have $3.5M pricetag

Fifteen areas along or on top of Bullhook, which runs through the middle of Havre, need repair or replacement and could cost nearly $3.5 million to revitalize. That is the finding of a preliminary... Full story

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    March 28, 2014

Celebrating History: Gas drilling in Havre, 1914

Exciting news was in The Havre Plaindealer’s March 28, 1914, issue. We celebrate Montana Territory’s 150th anniversary with this 12th installment of this series. Every Indication Of Success In Gas Drilling Operations Excitement was at a high... Full story

 
 Obituaries    March 26, 2014

Olive L. (Reed) Cresswell Watson

HARLEM - Olive L. (Reed) Cresswell Watson, 92, died March 22, at Liberty Medical Center in Chester. The fu­neral will be 2 p.m. Friday, March 28, at United Methodist Church in Harlem and burial at... Full story

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    March 21, 2014

Celebrating History: News from 100 years ago today

In this 11th installment celebrating Montana Territory's 150th anniversary, we find a lot of great information coming from The Hill County Democrat's March 21, 1914 issue, exactly 100 years ago... Full story

 
 By Keith J. Doll    Local    March 21, 2014

Havre History: Saint Mark's Episcopal Church

(First in a two-part series) Organized in 1898, the missionaries who held services for the Episcopalians occasionally in Havre until 1907 were Bishop Brenner, the Rev. Harry Robbins, the Rev. John... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    March 18, 2014

City Council OKs Williams Syndrome walk

City Council Monday night voted in favor of the first Williams Syndrome walk in Montana being held in Havre. At the short meeting, city council unanimously voted in favor of allowing the Support Williams Syndrome Awareness Walk to take place on May... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 11, 2014

Races fill up including some primaries

With the last day of main-party candidate filing on the books, some local races have gone from uncontested to contested including some primaries, on the county and legislative level, with both the... Full story

 

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