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 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

 
 Opinion    March 11, 2014

Our View: Housing problems must be addressed

Trina Crawford from the Havre Salvation Army warned Havre City Council last week about a crisis looming in the city. The number of homeless people is on the rise because of a housing shortage and a host of other problems, she said. The Salvation... Full story

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    March 7, 2014

Celebrating History: Socialist candidates and church fires

We go back to Havre for the month of March. Information for this ninth installment of this series celebrating the 150th anniversary of the creation of Montana Territory comes from the March 7, 1914... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 7, 2014

Few contested elections with three days left to file

Correction: An earlier edition of this story said that Republican Mike Lang of Malta was unopposed. He is being challenged by Democrat Floyd Russell Hopstad of Glasgow. An earlier version said that Democrat John Bohlinger had not filed for the U.S.... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 5, 2014

Cold causes crisis for Havre homeless

The director of a local service organization suggested to City Council that Havre needs to create accommodations for homeless people. Havre city government and Hill County ought to consider opening a temporary housing shelter for homeless people... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 5, 2014

Church of Nazarene plans new church

New Beginnings Church of the Nazarene is a vibrant parish that will build a new church if it sells its church on 310 South Dell. That’s the message from John Powell, pastor of the south side church. Some people at Monday night’s Havre City... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    March 4, 2014

Funeral home proposed on south side

Havre City Council approved a zoning change that opens the door to a second funeral home in Havre. Kirkwood Funeral Home in Malta and Edwards Funeral Home in Chinook are planning a mortuary/funeral... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    February 28, 2014

GOP candidates call for a 'red wave'

The Republican candidates for the state House of Representatives all made similar calls during campaigning Sunday, for local voters to keep this part of Montana red in the Legislature. Incumbent Rep. Kris Hansen of Havre said Sunday she has had the... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    February 26, 2014

Trethewey files for state House for Havre

Havre City Council member Janet Trethewey has entered the race for a seat in Montana House of Representatives, giving this region its second contested legislative race in the 2014 elections. Trethewey, a Democrat, will face first-time candidate... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    February 19, 2014

Council hears crime stats, Highway 2 group

Havre City Council met Tuesday night to approve ordinances, listen to presentations from the Highway 2 Association and the Havre Police Department, and hear comments from community members. Acting... Full story

 
 By Rick Dow    Opinion    February 6, 2014

Feds should ensure snow-free sidewalks

Our sidewalks are not being cleared of snow to universal approval. Havre’s current ordinance calls for homeowners to clear the sidewalks on their property within 24 hours. Why are the property owners being asked to maintain a public walkway? Are... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    February 4, 2014

Bullhook study to begin

Later this week or early next week, representatives of Great West Engineering of Billings will be walking along the Bullhook to survey how structurally sound the infrastructure is. Engineers will make recommendations to city of Havre officials by the... Full story

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    January 31, 2014

Celebrating history: Student athletes, court decisions

There was quite a bit of news this week in 1914. Information for this article, the fourth in this series, comes from The Havre Plaindealer's Jan. 31, 1914 issue, exactly 100 years ago today. County... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    January 22, 2014

City votes to include local gov't review on ballot

Every 10 years, the Havre City Council decides whether or not to give voters the chance to decide if they want to create a three-person council to review the city’s government. Havre Mayor Tim Solomon said this is to give voters a chance to change... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    January 7, 2014

New Havre City Council sworn in

Many of the Havre Police Department officers, State Rep. Kris Hansen and quite a few high school students, for whom coming to a council meeting is an assignment, were present Monday night to witness... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Opinion    January 6, 2014

Bob Kaftan - a quiet voice of reason

A few things from the editor’s notebook: Tonight will mark the end in a chapter in Havre history. Bob Kaftan will step down as a Havre city councilman. His two terms completed, Kaftan decided not to run for re-election. The courtly gentleman has... Full story

 
 Local    December 31, 2013

Biggest local stories of the year

The Havre Daily News staff voted on the Top 10 hard news stories of the Hi-Line over the past year. There was a lot of competition for the stories. Let us know what you think of our choices. Email us... Full story

 

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