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Blue Ponies card good rounds in Sidney

By Havre Daily News Staff The Havre High golf teams will play the 2019 Eastern A Divisional in less than two weeks at the Sidney Country Club. So it was a good thing the Blue Ponies added the Sidney...

 

Havre High golf teams hitting the home stretch

By Havre Daily News Staff Following a busy August, things started to slow down for the Havre High varsity golf teams. But the race to the postseason is finally on. And that race starts with Friday's...

 

Pony spikers win in Great Falls; HHS golfers compete in match play

The Havre High volleyball team has been excited all week to make its home debut. But before the Blue Ponies get to Saturday's home-opener with Browning, they had to take on Class AA foe, Great Falls...

 

OUTDOORS: Section of historic Going-to-the-Sun Road will be closed for part of September

A section of Glacier National Park's iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road will soon close for maintenance. Park officials said earlier this summer that Going-to-the-Sun Road is expected to close day and...

 

Dog bites lead to zero-tolerance policy on loose dogs

Havre Animal Shelter posted on its Facebook page this morning that, after a child was bitten by dog on the loose in Smithville Wednesday, Havre is taking a zero-tolerance stance for the area due to...

 

Pony boys win at East Glacier

The busiest week of the Havre High golf season is always the first week. And the start to the 2019 season has been no exception. The opening week of the regular season started back on Monday and...

 

Ponies on the Prairie

Every golfer loves playing on his or home course. So, it would stand to reason that the Havre High golf teams were going to have a great day at Prairie Farms Golf Course. And, the Blue Ponies did...

 

Blue Ponies set to let it fly at Prairie Farms

The Havre High golf teams got the 2019 season on the links off to a fast start at the Great Falls Invitational Monday and Tuesday, and the pace will keep up. The Blue Ponies' next tournament is one...

 

OUTDOORS: Bullhook Bottoms Black Powder Shoot featured great scores

There were 103 shooters who participated in the 40th annual Bullhook Bottoms Black Powder Club Spring Shoot held May 25-27 at historical Fort Assinniboine south of Havre. Shooters came from as far...

 

Gas leak prompts Highland Park evacuations, road closures

12:40 p.m. — NorthWestern Energy announced that the area where the gas line was broken in Highland Park near Highland Park Early Primary School is isolated and repairs are being made. The fire...

 

Juvenile at large after two arrested

Two men were arrested Friday evening at the Buffalo Court Apartment Complex off of Fifth Avenue in Havre after a caller reported a car full of aggressive people asking for money at 6:18 p.m.,...

 

Gary & Leo's reopens after fire scare

Gary & Leo's Fresh Foods was forced to close and evacuate employees and customers around 3:45 p.m. Thursday afternoon after a heater in a back room began producing smoke which filled the...

 

Ice Hawks win state

Havre Daily News Staff The Havre Ice Hawks hockey program is hanging another state championship banner in the Havre Ice Dome, thanks to its Pee Wee team. Last weekend in Miles City, the Ice Hawks...

 

Fire extinguished on River Road

Wild Horse Volunteer Fire Department firefighters responded to a grassland fire on the 10100 Block of River Road shortly before 9 p.m. Tuesday. The fire appeared to start from an electrical arc where a tree branch had been rubbing on a power line,...

 

'Fore Fun' golf tourney set Sunday in Fort Benton

The Signal Point Golf Club at 345 Signal Point Road in Fort Benton is holding a special year-end tournament Sunday to raise funds for equipment repairs and expenses. In the Fore Fun Golf Tournament, starting at 10 a.m., people may only use four...

 

East Fork Fire still at 15,000 acres

5:45 p.m. A fact sheet released by the East Fork Fire emergency operations center at 5:35 p.m. said the fire in the Bear Paw Mountains remained at about 15,000 acres as of 2 p.m. The sheet said the...

 

Bear Paw Development receives national award for work on Wild Horse port

Havre Daily News staff A local effort to expand the hours of an international port of entry has earned a Havre economic development agency a national award. A press release from the National Association of Development Organizations announced that...

 

Capellen stays on association board as past president

Havre school board Vice President Harvey Capellen is stepping down from a top school board association's presidency to serve as the immediate past president. Capellan passed the gavel to incoming...

 

Booster Club seeks nominations for Dr. Jim Elliott Memorial Award

The Havre High School Booster Club is looking to recognize someone for going above and beyond in supporting high school activities with the Dr. Jim Elliott Award. Stacy Rismon, president of the Blue Pony Booster Club, said the club wants people to...

 

First flu case confirmed in Hill County

With the first confirmed case of influenza reported in Hill County, the county health department is reminding the public to get vaccinated against influenza as soon as possible. Influenza vaccination is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and...

 

Bear Paw recertified as micro business lender

Havre Daily News staff A local economic development corporation is urging small businesses to look into getting some financial help with low-interest loans. Bear Paw Development Corp. announced the state of Montana has recertified Bear Paw as a...

 

Voters reminded to get absentee ballots in on time

Havre Daily News staff The Hill County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has reminded voters that absentee ballots must be in the Clerk and Recorder’s office by Nov. 8. Ballots received after Nov. 8 will not be counted. If a ballot is mailed before...

 

Red Ribbon events slated in Havre

By Havre Daily News staff Activities are set throughout the community next week to teach children the dangers of drug abuse during National Red Ribbon Week. “As citizens, we have the right to live in drug-free families and communities, learn in...

 

Bullhook Blossoms selects Jacobson home as Halloween highlight

People can see a “ghoulish delight” at the yard selected for Halloween by the Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club. West of Highland Park on Old Post Road and 26th Avenue West, the Bob and Teri Jacobson home is set to show the season, a press release...

 

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