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 Local    June 23, 2017 

Northwest FCS awards two scholarships to local students

SPOKANE, Wash. — Some local students were among the 84 whom Northwest Farm Credit Services awarded scholarships from its five-state territory. A total of $168,000 in scholarships was awarded. The local 2017 scholarship program winners, who will...

 
 Local    June 23, 2017 

Chinadles honored by Weather Service for length of service

From National Weather Service Allen and Georgia Chinadle, official weather observers for the National Weather Service, were presented with a 15-year Length of Service Award for taking and reporting...

 
 Local    June 23, 2017 

What can we learn from light?

By Teagan Wall When you look up at the night sky and see stars, what you're seeing is light produced by those stars many years ago. Because this is how we study the stars, it helps to know a few cool...

 
 Local    June 23, 2017 

Celebrating History: Society news and Old Glory Bread

By Emily Mayer Local news was scant in The Havre Plaindealer’s June 23, 1917, issue. Two weddings were announced in the Society column, those of Miss Marjorie Williams and Professor J. Warren Stehman and Miss Anna Johnston to Mr. Virgil Harden, alo...

 
 Local    June 23, 2017 

Volunteerism helps everyone, fosters human connection

From Northern Montana Health Care Volunteerism is defined as the policy or practice of volunteering one's time or talents for charitable, educational, or other worthwhile activities, especially in...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    June 23, 2017 

Mosquito district supervisor warns of West Nile

  Next week is National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, and Hill County Mosquito District Supervisor Terry Turner said it is an appropriate time to warn people about West Nile virus. "We've had...

 

Science camp set for next week at Northern

Havre Daily News staff Local elementary students have the chance to study clean energy at Havre’s university with a camp for children grades two to four set next week and a camp for children grades five through eight set in July. Montana State...

 

Rotary sees great turnout at annual Father's Day Fishing Derby

Press release Representatives of the Havre Rotary Club said their annual Father's Day Fishing Derby saw a great turnout with 78 kids fishing at Rotary Pond in Beaver Creek Park. The derby winners...

 

HART project renewed to fund Christmas celebrations

From Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Havre Area Renewal Trust - HART - is a program that was introduced in 2000 by a group of Havre Area Chamber of Commerce member businesses led by Janine Donoven to...

 

Display linking cultural life to health opening at Fort Belknap

Havre Daily News staff A traveling display discussing the link between community and tradition to health and illness in Native cultures has a grand opening set for Wednesday at Aaniiih Nakoda College on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. The ribbon...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    June 22, 2017

Group explores buying, selling local in Fort Belknap meeting

Backers of an ongoing push on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation to encourage people to produce, buy and sell local goods met at the Chief Nosey Center in Lodge Pole Wednesday. People at the "Building...

 

NARC annual Field Day set for Thursday, June 29

Havre Daily News staff The Northern Agricultural Research Center, located at Fort Assinniboine southwest of Havre, is holding its annual Field Day Thursday, June 29. The day begins with registration...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    June 21, 2017

Car crashes through Havre casino wall

A car crashed Tuesday afternoon through the west wall of Lucky Lil's Casino on First Street and the driver died after being transported to the hospital. The driver, Wayne Lee Dolphay of Havre, was...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    June 21, 2017

Art contest set in Big Sandy

Young artists throughout the area have a chance to enter their work into a student art contest that will culminate in an award ceremony Thursday, June 29, Big Sandy Cultural Fund Director Doug Giebel said in a press release. “We’re creating a...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    June 21, 2017

All-day ride tickets on sale for Great Northern Fair

Advance sales of wristbands giving all-day access to rides at the 2017 Great Northern Fair are available now, Great Northern Fairgrounds manager Dave Brewer said at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Great Northern Fair Board. The fair runs July 18 to...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    June 20, 2017

Eagle Scout project highlights historic buildings

Sixteen-year-old Myles Steinmetz thought a good Eagle Scout project would be one that tells people the long and interesting history of two of the older buildings in Havre - the Atrium and the 305...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    June 20, 2017

Benefit for toddler set for next Tuesday

People can drink for a cause June 27, when Triple Dog Brewing Co. will donate one dollar of every pint sold that day to the account of Finnley Foster, a local 2-year-old with severe combined immunodeficiency, SCID. “Basically, she has no immune...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    June 20, 2017

Car crashes into Lucky Lil's Casino

A car crashed this afternoon through the west wall of Lucky Lil's Casino on First Street. The driver of the car, a silver two-door Chevrolet Monte Carlo, was taken to the hospital by ambulance after...

 

June 19-23 is 'Pre-Participation Physical Week' at the Northern Montana Family Medical Center

June 19-23 is designated as the Pre-Participation Physicals Week at Northern Montana Family Medical Center. The Montana High School Association is the governing body of high school athletics in the...

 

Teaching garden at Northern, Bullhook Blossoms' featured 'yard'

Press release The Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club yard of the month isn't a yard at all, but an outdoor classroom. While enjoying the Havre summer, people can take some time and visit the astonishing...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    June 20, 2017

Hill County Sheriff's Office investigating paint spill

The Hill County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an incident in which someone spilled hundreds of gallons of highway paint at a storage place on Ninth Avenue. Hill County Sheriff Jamie Ross said this morning they have no suspects as to who opened...

 

Local News - Crunch for a Cause set Thursday for Lenhardt

Havre Daily News staff People will have a chance Thursday, by eating at Taco John’s, to help a young Havreite in his move to New York to try to break into modeling. Clifford Lenhardt is having a Crunch for a Cause fundraiser. Lenhardt, who...

 

Legal resources are available for crime victims

From Montana Legal Services Montana Legal Services Association now has new resources to help crime victims. Victims of a crime like sexual assault, stalking, elder abuse, identity theft, fraud, trafficking and more may be able to get help from...

 

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