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Leadership High School

Leadership High School students spent Tuesday, Jan. 20, learning about the different levels of protection in their community. Their day started with a tour of the Border Patrol facility and hearing...


Many thank-yous to many people for Festival Days work

Events such as Havre Festival Days are a success because so many people join together to make it happen. Without the sponsors, the businesses, community organizations, the community support and the volunteers, Festival Days would look a whole lot... Full story


Festival Days geared up for 34th celebration

Havre: Loving our Treasures is the theme for the 34th celebration of Havre Festival Days. Activities start Friday, Sept. 19, with the Friends of the Library Book Sale, the quilt show and the 48-Hour Softball Tournament. For the car buffs in the... Full story


Havre Festival Days Commemorative Buttons and Mugs

The 34th celebration of Havre Festival Days takes place Sept. 19-21. The theme for this year celebrates the many treasures we love about living in Havre. From the glorious big blue skies to awesome...


Havre Pride showed great community spirit

Havre Pride cleanup this past Saturday was the second attempt to hold the activity — as the April date was taken over by Mother Nature and some bad weather. To those who braved the April date ... thank you so very much for your participation. When... Full story


Community came together to help out 9C tourney

Communities that do things together are stronger. This past weekend was a true testament to this thought as many worked together to make the 9 C tournament a huge success. The Athletic Committee of the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership wi... Full story


Volunteers, community supporters make Havre a great place to live

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and staff. That very special time of year is upon us and was officially kicked off Saturday with the lighting of the community tree at Town Square. Many... Full story


Volunteers great at Sounds on the Square

Editor: On behalf of the Havre Area Chamber Chamber of Commerce and the Town Square Committee we would like to thank all the bands that made this summer’s Sounds on the Square a huge success. The time that each of the eight bands dedicated to each... Full story


Saturday Market starts next Saturday

All area gardens, bakers and crafters are extended an invitation to participate in Saturday Market at Town Square. The market exploded last summer having on average 40 vendors each weekend, said... Full story


Volunteers make Sounds on the Square possible

Editor: As with so many activities that take place in Havre, Sounds on the Square wouldn’t happen without the volunteer help and the financial generosity of those believing in keeping Havre a great place. The mission for Sounds on the Square is... Full story


Six bands lined up for Sounds on the Square

The arrival of summer means a variety of activities and one that has become increasingly popular and anticipated is the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce's summer music series Sounds on the Square at Town Square. Last summer marked a change in Sounds... Full story


Volunteering demonstrates who we are

Volunteer — a person who is willing to undertake a service. This is a short definition for a word that profoundly affects an individual. I believe that volunteerism is actually a distinctive part of our being. Debbie Vandeberg Volunteering... Full story


Volunteers and businesses, thanks for backing 9C

Editor: The Athletic Committee of the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Havre High School and District 9C, would like to extend a sincere thank-you to the 30-plus volunteers who worked the recent Boys and Girls District Basketball...


Havre people made Havre Festival Days great

Where does one begin to say thank you for making Havre Festival Days such a great weekend. The weekend's success would not have happened without the continued support from the many volunteers and the willingness of many different community...


Celebrating People in Action!

Editor: I believe Havre is the best small town in America. But it is not for the obvious reason that I have this strong love for Havre. It is not our easy lifestyle or quality of life we enjoy, or the rich history we are blessed with that makes me...


Extending Wild Horse hours show visitor spending potential

It is safe to say that the reason we love Montana and choose to live here are the same reasons that 10.5 million people choose to visit our state for a long weekend or their vacation. While research from the UM's Institute for Tourism and Recreation...


Many helped out at tree lighting ceremony

Sometimes thank you just doesn't seem to be a strong enough expression of one's gratefulness. As I proceed you will soon see what I mean. It takes many people willing to give unselfishly of their time to make something happen for many to enjoy, the...


Cold and rain doesn’t dampen Festival Days spirit

Cold and rain doesn't dampen Festival Days spirit By Debbie Vandeberg The cold and rain didn't dampen the community spirits for the 30th Roundup Celebration of Havre Festival Days. Thank you all that participated in the many Festival Days weekend act... Full story


Farmers markets are good for everyone

What is a farmers market? Farmers markets vary from hundreds of food producers across a regional food system to just a few farmers collecting in a town square every month. Each market is a unique representation of its community, with a wide variety... Full story


Thank you to all for successful Kicks @ 6!

Thank you to all for successful Kicks @ 6! Editor: On behalf of the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce and the Town Square Committee we would like to thank Kirt Miller and the Other Brothers band for again providing the community with a summer of music...


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