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 By Alex Ross    Local    May 23, 2016

Tuss re-elected regents chair

The Montana University System Board of Regents Friday voted unanimously for Paul Tuss of Havre, to continue his service as chair. The board is tasked with overseeing the governance of the 16 campuses...

 Local    May 20, 2016

Celebrating History: Growth and progress and robbery in Havre

Havre continued on the path of growth and progress in the newspapers 100 years ago. The following article was on the front page of the May 16, 1916, issue of The Havre Daily Promoter: Broderick to Reside In Gas City Deacon and Mrs. A. J. Broderick,...

 By Alex Ross    Local    May 20, 2016

Renaming MSU computing center stirs controversy

After speeches Thrusday in opposition - and two in favor - of renaming the Montana State University compuing college after gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte and his wife, the Montana Board of... Full story

 By Alex Ross    Local    May 20, 2016

Tuss re-elected Regents chair

The Montana University System Board of Regents Friday voted unanimously for Paul Tuss of Havre, to continue his service as chair. The board is tasked with overseeing the governance of the 16 campuses that make up the state's university system. It...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 17, 2016

Karen Swenson named to Havre City Council

Retired elementary school principal Karen Swenson was elected to Havre City Council by a 5-2 vote of council Monday night. Swenson defeated Kevin Zoren for the seat being vacated by Janet Trethewey...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 17, 2016

Magera honored for preservation work

Jim Magera has long been an expert in Havre history - from ancient times to the early days of the city to today. He was rewarded for his service with the annual award handed out by the Havre/Hill...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 16, 2016

2 seek vacant Havre council seat

Two people have submitted applications to Havre City Council for the vacant Ward 2 seat. Kevin Zoren and Karen Jean Swenson have written letters to City Council asking to be considered for the position that was vacated by Janet Trethewey’s...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 16, 2016

Library may seek mill levy in light of budget cuts

Voters may be asked this fall to vote on a mill levy to fund the Havre-Hill County Library. Rachel Rawn, the library director, said the cash-strapped city of Havre will cut its contribution to the library by about $30,000, and that kind of cut will...

 Local    May 13, 2016

Agenda: Havre City Council

Havre City Councill will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall. The agenda: Call to order Pledge of Allegiance Roll call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on regular agenda items: 1 through 7 only. For items not on this agenda, public comment...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 12, 2016

City, firefighters square off over promotions

The simmering dispute between the Havre chapter of the International Association of Fire Fighters and the city flared into the open again Wednesday. Both sides argued before the City Council’s Police and Fire Committee at a special noon meeting...

 By Alex Ross    Local    May 6, 2016

Candidate filings on campaign finance released

Campaign finance reports filed by candidates running for office in Montana show incumbent Republicans with a financial edge over primary challengers or Democrats looking to unseat them in November's...

 By Alex Ross    Local    May 6, 2016

Local campaign contributions

Jacob Bachmeier, D-Havre Candidate for House District Raised $2,265.00 Spent $1,296 Left on hand $968.76 Here are campaign contributions from individuals. Donor Occupation Amount Bachmeier, Brendan I. Computer Technician $20 Bergren, Penney Self... Full story

 By Alex Ross    Local    May 6, 2016

Local residents gather in Havre to pray, lead in prayer

Worshippers assembled on Town Square Thursday at noon in observance of the National Day of Prayer. The event, hosted by the Greater Havre Area Ministerial Association or GHAMA, was one of countless...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 3, 2016

Police contract OK'd by Havre City Council

A one-year labor relations contract between the city of Havre and its police and dispatchers’ unions was approved by City Council Monday night. The deal calls for a 1.5 percent pay raise. There are other relatively minor changes in the contract,...

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 2, 2016

Mayor: Be careful to secure loads

Contractors in Havre have been installing new roofs on homes damaged by last summer’s hailstorm Mayor Tim Solomon wants to remind them that when they haul the old shingles to the landfill, they have to have covers over the back of their trucks. The...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 25, 2016

City may limit freight containers for storage

The city of Havre may consider legislation that would put restrictions on “railroad freight cars, box cars, cargo containers and other large transportable metal containers” for use as storage or other purposes in the city. The City Council’s Or...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 25, 2016

City plans fight on blight

The city of Havre may launch an effort to curtail blight in the city, but first it wants to make sure it completely understands the complexities of state laws governing such efforts. City Council’s Ordinance Committee decided to wait taking any...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 21, 2016

Chamber, city close to deal on booze at Town Square

The city of Havre and the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce may be close to an agreement that will allow people to bring alcohol to Sounds on the Square, the weekly concert held at Town Square during the summer. A proposal discussed at Wednesday...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 19, 2016

Trethewey resigns Havre council post

Havre City Councilwoman Janet Trethewey has resigned her position effective the end of April. Trethewey, who represents Ward 2, the Highland Park area, said because of her job with the Montana...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 19, 2016

Recycle Hi-Line honors 4 as environmental heroes

For years, Candi Zion handed out the annual Environmental Heroes Awards at the Havre City Council meeting before Earth Day. This year, she was on the other end of the award-giving. Zion was one of the recipients of the heroes award at Monday...

 Local    April 15, 2016

Agenda: Havre City Council

Havre City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall. The agenda: Call to order Pledge of allegiance Roll call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on regular agenda items 1 through 3 only. For items not on this agenda, public comment will...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 12, 2016

Panel would revamp city government

The Havre Review Commission tentatively approved measures that could change the face of Havre city government. The three-member panel will hold a public hearing on the proposal Wednesday, April, 27, at 7 p.m. at City Council chambers. If given final...

 Local    April 11, 2016

Trees for second-graders

An expected 250 second-graders from area elementary schools will take part in a massive Arbor Day celebration at Havre’s Pepin Park Monday, April 25. The students will be given milk jugs with small tree trees in them, said Sara Sedlock, a longtime...

 Local    April 8, 2016

Celebrating history: Incumbents re-elected, newspaper upset

By Emily Mayer School board elections were held this week 100 years ago in Havre. Much to the consternation of J.K. Bramble, the two school board members were re-elected by wide margins. The following was published in The Havre Plaindealer: OLD...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 5, 2016

Local students to help fight hunger

Havre High School student Emily Brurud is organizing Fight Childhood Hunger Week, with activities that will try to raise awareness of local hunger issues. The weeklong efforts, starting Monday, will be aimed at educating people about hunger issues, r...


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