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 Local    September 4, 2015 

Rocky Boy's busy week includes a visit from the governor

From Rocky Boy High School Rocky Boy High School had a busy week the first week of school. On the first day we had an opening ceremony celebration complete with a drum group, The Southern Cree Jrz.,...

 
 Local    September 4, 2015 

Group seeks artwork to make downtown Havre more colorful

Press release Hi-Line artists are being asked to get involved in a downtown Havre beautification effort. Drab traffic control boxes in downtown Havre would be turned into colorful depictions of scenic places and events around the Hi-Line Havre Main...

 
 Local    September 4, 2015 

Rocky Boy lists Students of the Month

The August Students of the Month for Rocky Boy High School are Kade Galbavy and Lacey Arkinson. Kade Galbavy is a freshman, is the son of Tiffany Galbavy. He is a hard-worker and has begun the school...

 
 Local    September 4, 2015 

Leeds graduates Army basic training

Pvt. Patrick Leeds of Havre graduated Aug. 27 from U.S. Army Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Leeds, the son of Jodene and Tim Leeds, joined the U.S. Army Reserves in the fall...

 
 Local    September 4, 2015 

Group seeks artwork to make downtown Havre more colorful

Press release Hi-Line artists are being asked to get involved in a downtown Havre beautification effort. Drab traffic control boxes in downtown Havre would be turned into colorful depictions of scenic places and events around the Hi-Line Havre Main...

 
 Local    September 4, 2015 

Library News and Views: Vellum Finnish folk music concert set

From the Havre Hill County Library On Saturday, Sept. 12, at 2 p.m., the Havre-Hill County Library will be hosting a concert performed by Vellamo, a folk duo from Finland. This concert is free to the public, and light snacks will be served. Vellamo...

 
 Local    September 4, 2015 

For the Record, Sept. 4, 2015

Havre Police Department Havre Police Chief Gabe Matosich said their computer systems, which Hill County Sheriff’s Office shares, has suffered a virus and they were unable to send police and sheriff’s logs this morning. Havre Fire Department...

 
 Local    September 3, 2015

Buses shut down for Labor Day

From North Central Montana Transit The North Central Montana Transit bus service will not be running on Monday, Sept. 7, in observation of Labor Day. The buses will resume their normal schedules Tuesday....

 
 Local    September 3, 2015

CBP offers border holiday travel advisory: Labor Day

Press release GREAT FALLS — U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations is reminding travelers planning trips across the border this holiday weekend into the United States to make sure they have their proper documents and to plan...

 
 Local    September 3, 2015

Red Cross slates blood drive in Chinook

From American Red Cross An American Red Cross blood drive will be held 1-6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Wallner Hall in Chinook. Appointments are encouraged by the Red Cross but are not necessary. Donors, scheduled or walk in, are welcome. Anyone age...

 
 Local    September 2, 2015

Effort launched in Hill County to fight suicide

From Hill County Health Consortium At nearly twice the national average, Montana’s suicide rate remains the second leading cause of death for children, adolescents and young adults. In 2014, an average of 20 suicides occurred every month. Of the...

 
 Local    September 2, 2015

Affordable health screenings coming to Havre

Press release Residents living in and around Havre can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. First Presbyterian Church, 701...

 
 Local    September 1, 2015

Sails found at fairgrounds

The Hill County Sheriff’s Office found four sail board or kite surfing sails near the Great Northern Fairgrounds on July 22. If anyone has information regarding these sails or wishes to identify and claim these sails, they should contact the...

 
 Local    September 1, 2015

Lower Beaver Creek in Hill County closed to fishing

Editor’s note: Due to an error on the part of the Havre Daily News, this release did not run last week as requested. From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will be closing approximately 25 miles of lower Beaver Creek to...

 
 Local    August 31, 2015

Lower portion of Beaver Creek in Hill County to be closed to fishing

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Editor's note: Due to an error on the part of the Havre Daily News, this release did not run last week as requested. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will be closing approximately 25 miles of lower Beaver Creek to...

 
 Local    August 25, 2015

Hulett's Bear Paw residence picked for yard of the week

From Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club This week's Yard of the Week takes us south to 51794 Sucker Creek Road in the Bear Paw Mountains. Michael Mary and Tom Hulett's charming and beautiful yard is a moun...

 
 Local    August 25, 2015

Pre-registration needed for some Festival Days events

Press release There is still time to register for Festival Days weekend events. Some of the weekend’s events need participants to pre-register. Those events include the Festival Walk/Run, the Festival of Crafts and Commercial Show and the parade....

 
 Local    August 24, 2015

Group forms to keep dance studio in Havre

From Angi Gabrielsen When Dani Alex announced in June 2015 her retirement from teaching dance after almost 50 years, her dancers and their families were left devastated and scrambling for what to do...

 
 Local    August 21, 2015

Celebrating History: Havre Masons plan new temple construction

By Emily Mayer There is no doubt about it — 1915 was a very exciting year concerning the construction of buildings in Havre. Both the Hill County Democrat and Havre Plaindealer’s Aug. 21, 1915 papers had this news on the front page: HAVRE MASONS...

 
 Local    August 21, 2015

Hill County Commumity Foundation calls for grant applications

Press release The Hill County Community Foundation is seeking applications for the 2015 grant cycle. All Hill County-area nonprofits are encouraged to apply for the grants, which range in value from $250 to $1,000. The HCCF Endowment awards grants...

 
 Local    August 19, 2015

Blue-White pride barbecue set for Saturday

Press release As the Blue Ponies gear up for the 2015-2016 school year, the Blue Pony Booster Club is starting the year off with their annual barbecue and membership drive Saturday. The Volleyball Blue White Scrimmage begins at 2 p.m. at Havre High...

 

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