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People share stories, support at Suicide Awareness Walk

"Catharsis. What an amazing word," Mark Cichosz said Thursday before Havre's Fifth Annual Suicide Awareness Walk. "I really like that word, not because it makes me sound smart, not because it's a big...

 

Food Bank, Havre Daily partner in peanut butter drive

The Havre Daily News and the Havre Food Bank are partnering this year for the Food Bank's annual peanut butter drive. The drive began Tuesday and will run through Friday, Oct. 11.  Food Bank Manager...

 

Hill County burn ban lifted

The Hill County Commissioners voted Thursday to lift the burn ban in Hill County. Hill County Commissioner Mark Peterson said, due to the amount of moisture the county has received, the ban isn't...

 

Mural 'celebrating a special place' beautifies downtown

A local committee is continuing its work in revitalizing downtown Havre. A four-panel mural worked on by nearly 100 Havre High School students was hung Friday on the side of Floren's Hill County...

 

Bicycle store owner going bicycling down the coast

Havre Bicycle Center owner Roger Gruber went on his way Tuesday afternoon to northwest Canada to take a break during his slow season - a break still involving bicycles. Before leaving town for the...

 

Mental health advisory council discusses area authorities, suicide awareness walk

The Hill County Mental Health Local Advisory Council during its monthly meeting Monday discussed the purpose of service area authorities in the local councils. Council member Curtis Smeby, who brought in a purpose statement for SAAs issued by...

 

Visitation up at H. Earl Clack Museum

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board discussed the traffic at the museum, the roof on the homestead shack, a special meeting held with the Great Northern Fair Board a week ago and business regarding the board’s annual meeting coming up in...

 

Havre close to applying for Montana Mainstreet Community

Two months after hosting a meeting about turning Havre into a Montana Mainstreet Community, a board has been appointed, information collected and planning is underway to do just that. "The...

 

New director taking over at Havre Chamber

A new director has taken over at the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce. As of Sept. 1, Julea Robbins of Havre became Chamber Executive Director. Robbins said she was born in Powell, Wyoming, but grew up...

 

Hi-Line Living: Ham radio continues on the Hi-Line

Local ham radio operator Lloyd Stallkamp said he was into radios long before he came to Havre almost 40 years ago. "I've always been interested in electronics," he said. "I built little versions of...

 

People invited to support suicide prevention at annual Suicide Awareness Walk

People are invited next week to share their experiences and stories, learn about and walk to increase awareness of the need of suicide prevention. The Fifth Annual Hill County Suicide Awareness Walk is set for Thursday, Sept. 12 beginning at 7 p.m....

 

Best-selling author speaking on the Hi-Line

Editor’s note: This corrects that the Havre presentation does not have a meet and greet before Ford talks. An internationally recognized author is coming to the Hi-Line to talk about his work next...

 

Havre Middle School evacuated for suspected gas leak this morning

Havre Middle School evacuated all students, faculty and staff after a suspected gas leak was reported this morning. Havre Public Schools informed the Havre Daily News at 8:53 a.m. the school had been evacuated and all students were safe. It reported...

 

We Are Warriors leadership training in Rocky Boy starts today

A returned Peace Corps volunteer, Sapphire Carter, has collaborated with Stone Child College to organize a Youth Leadership Training program for youth on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation today and Thursday at Stone Child College Vo-Tech. “I want...

 

Specialist talks about harms of e-cigarettes in youth

Havre Public Schools hosted an electronic cigarette presentation Tuesday evening at Havre High School to educate the staff, faculty and parents about what defines an e-cigarette and the harm from...

 

Death by Chocolate set for Sept. 14

Montana Actors’ Theatre’s 11th Annual Death by Chocolate is set for Saturday, Sept. 14, with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. at St. Jude Thaddeus School Havre Central Gymnasium. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and will be prepared by the St. Jude’s Booster...

 

Museum, fair boards have productive meeting on fairground items

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum and the Great Northern Fair boards met Thursday evening to start drawing up a memorandum of understanding for museum properties on the fairgrounds. “The reason for our meeting tonight is to come up with a...

 

Aaniiih Nakoda College swings into new school year looking to build on success

With registration still open, Aaniiih Nakoda College at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation is starting its first week of classes building on past success and still working on building enrollment. Aaniiih Nakoda College President Carole Falcon-Chandler...

 

Coalition continues planning for suicide awareness walk

The Hill County Suicide Awareness Coalition discussed its upcoming fifth annual Suicide Awareness Walk during a meeting Monday evening The walk is Thursday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m. starting at the Montana State University-Northern clock tower on the...

 

More livestock deaths reported from hemlock

Hill County Weed Control District Supervisor Terry Turner Tuesday gave an update on an issue he raised Thursday at the month's Hill County County Officials meeting - three horses died from eating...

 

Bymaster recounts being stranded in mountain snowstorm following cellphone route

A Havre High School graduate, Bill Bymaster, recently made headlines in Utah and was interviewed for television news, sharing his story of getting stranded last winter in Montana. Deseret News in...

 

Hi-Line Living: Handling animal control in Havre

"I think it is very important for having a safe place for animals to go," Havre Animal Control Officer Peter Federspiel said. Federspiel took the job as animal control officer in May of 2016 after...

 

National Night Out returns to Havre next week

The Seventh Annual Havre's National Night Out is set for Tuesday, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the lawn of Montana State University-Northern's Student Union Building, hosted by the Havre Police Department....

 

Fair board discusses items on the agenda, tables most

The Great Northern Fair board decided not to vote on agenda items at their monthly meeting Tuesday due to a low number of board members able to attend. The attending members discussed and tabled the agenda items till next month’s meeting. The...

 

Allen returns to Extension as new Hill County agent

The newest Hill County Extension Agent is no stranger to the work he will be doing. "When there was an opening here I just thought, it would be a nice fit in going back and doing extension again. I'm...

 

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