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 By Nikki Carlson    Opinion

Focusing on local community was an honor and privilege

Nikki Carlson I remember the day I trekked across the Midwest 1,700 miles to start working as the ag reporter and photographer for the Havre Daily News. I had a garage sale in my home in Shenandoah, Iowa, to sell everything I...

 

Hard work and fun on the mats in the mountains...

Trey Simanton, left, 13, of Malta takes down Lane Paulson, 12, of Havre Tuesday afternoon at the Bear Paw Wrestling Camp at Camp Kiwanis in Beaver Creek Park. The camp began Saturday and will run through today. Here are photos from...

 

Pinning down history

Chinook senior Ben Stroh is already one of the most successful Hi-Line wrestlers ever. He'll put his stamp on a brilliant prep career Friday and Saturday in Billings. Senior Ben Stroh hasn't lost a single high school match in the...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Box Elder raises $10,000 for heart health

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson Carl Little cuts 12 inches of the hair of his wife, Courtney Little, during a Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart closing assembly at Box Elder Schools Thursday afternoon. Courtney Little, Box...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Hooked on catching the big one

Hooked on catching the big one Nikki Carlson Children crouched around ice holes while jigging their fishing poles to catch perch during an annual ice fishing field trip Tuesday afternoon. They didn't have to wait long to catch a...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Getting ready for school, one family at a time

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson Kimmy Iron Bear, second from left, shows her mother, Angel Iron Bear, a pair of scissors while her sister Lexi Iron Bear and brother Little Man Iron Bear eagerly look through their new backpacks of...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Going digital: Enhancing the movie experience

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson Continental Cinema Corp. digital cinema installation technician Chase Taylor of Troy, Ala., checks the inside of a new digital Barco projector that was installed in Theater 4 at Cottonwood Cinema 4...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Kids craft clever artwork at Boys & Girls Club

Kids craft clever artwork at Boys & Girls Club Children, with their parents in-tow, scanned the display panels looking for their own works of art they had entered in the Fine Arts Festival Tuesday evening at the Boys & Girls Club...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Kids craft clever artwork at Boys & Girls Club 

Kids craft clever artwork at Boys & Girls Club Nikki Carlson Children, with their parents in-tow, scanned the display panels looking for their own works of art they had entered in the Fine Arts Festival Tuesday evening at the Boys...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

New windows at courthouse

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson A Sletten Construction Companies employee helps install a new window on the top floor of the Hill County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon. Over the next couple of months, 103 windows at the Hill County...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

The Green Team: Making a difference in Havre

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson The Center for Mental Health The Green Team members Ronnie "The Muffin Man" Anderson, in front, Bryan Lantz, back row from left, Josh Dixon, Wayne Small, Chad Ellingson and Bobby LaValley, third from...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Havre's 'Christmas-Light Guy'

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson Terry Leonard shakes the water off of his lighted reindeer while repairing it in his garage Wednesday afternoon after the wind knocked it off of his rooftop. Leonard, who lives at 1145 Cleveland...

 

Highland Park stays in session despite water main break

A water main break occurred on Boulevard Avenue early this morning, which flooded the southwest corner of Highland Park Early Primary School's playground. Principal Maureen Odegard said the school directed students to be dropped...

 

Highland Park stays in session despite water main break

A water main break occurred on Boulevard Avenue early this morning, which flooded the southwest corner of Highland Park Early Primary School's playground. Principal Maureen Odegard said the school directed students to be dropped...

 

Window into their world

Art is an expression of oneself, and the Artitudes Gallery is flaunting the talents of Havre High School students this month so the community can see some of artwork of Havre's blossoming young artists. For some, Tuesday evening's...

 

Early morning crash takes out local business sign

Early morning crash takes out local business sign Nikki Carlson, [email protected] At 1:42 a.m. today, a motor vehicle crash took out the sign at Stromberg's Sinclair, located at 12th Avenue and 1st Street. The Havre...

 

Answered prayers for St. Jude Thaddeus School

Persistent rainfalls flooded and caused damage to parts of the area along the Hi-Line. In some areas, the damage left people praying for a miracle. Yet for St. Jude Thaddeus School, the heavy rainfall was the answer to its...

 

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