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Charter laying new cable for services available in 2021

Charter Communication is placing fiber optic cables around Havre and other Hi-Line communities.  Charter Communications Senior Director Bret Picciolo said physical construction for this project has...

 

Nurse, EMT save man having seizure in Porta Potty

The right people being at the right place at the right time led to a rescue in an unlikely place a — Porta Potty. A couple Wednesday morning were near the Kwik Stop at the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation Agency, waiting to get a puppy, when they...

 

Bear Paw gets new grant to help local economy during pandemic

The federal government has awarded a local agency additional funds to help the local area weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Bear Paw Development Corp. received a $400,000 grant through the Economic Development Administration as part of the federal...

 

Northern ramping up student services during COVID re-opening

Montana State University-Northern is offering new support services to students to help them during this unprecedented time both on campus and virtually. Enrollment Management Vice Chancellor Maura Gatch said Northern has been prepping since the summe...

 

Pandemic straining Salvation Army services

COVID-19 has affected numerous businesses and organizations across the country and one in particular here Havre in its services, volunteers and more. "With COVID coming on, we are considered and have...

 

Daines talks with local leaders about local concerns

Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., stopped in Havre Tuesday to continue his tour to visit all 56 counties of Montana to discuss with local leaders about what is going on in the area. Several local officials...

 

New teacher starts with fourth grade at Sunnyside

Sunnyside Intermediate School has a new fourth grade teacher who moved here from west Texas. "I'm looking forward to being back in the classroom with kids," Jenna McNew said. "After last year ending...

 

Northern TRIO grants renewed for another five years

Montana State University-Northern receives a student support services grant, which will provide services to assist students in retention, academic success and graduation. Enrollment Management Vice Chancellor Maura Gatch said Northern has received...

 

Benefit concert set for soup kitchen, food bank

The Atrium is hosting a benefit concert Saturday starting at 6 p.m., both virtually and in person, for the Havre Food Bank and the Feed My Sheep Community Soup Kitchen. Havre Book Exchange Owner Derek Hann is representing the Atrium and organizing...

 

School re-openings reported a success

Several local schools opened up with re-opening plans tooled to the COVID-19 pandemic and told The Havre Daily News how the first week has gone. St. Jude Thaddeus School St. Jude Thaddeus School is... Full story

 

New teacher coming to work at Sunnyside

Sunnyside Intermediate School has a new fifth grade teacher from western Washington. "I'm looking forward to getting to know my students in this new area," Amanda Hoefs said. "I'm new to the area, so...

 

Why don't we just be nice to each other?

These are interesting times, to say the least, but I don’t need to tell you that. What I don’t understand about these interesting times is the reason people are attacking one another in their posts and comments online, in person. I’m not...

 

Havre Public Schools gives updates on re-opening

Havre Public Schools Interim Superintendent Craig Mueller said a few changes have been made with the re-opening plan for the schools next week with no lockers being used and personal items brought by students will be kept to a minimum. Havre Public...

 

Moisey starts at Northern Career Center

Montana State University-Northern has a new career services and industry relations director. "I'm looking forward to continuing that tradition of building and strengthening partnerships with our indus...

 

Lincoln-McKinley lists details in school re-opening

In accordance with the Phase 2B plan approved by the Havre School Board of Trustees, Lincoln-McKinley Primary School the student population will be divided into three groups, Principal Holly Bitz said in a letter to the parents. Students who are in G...

 

New math teacher starts at Havre High School

A math teacher has traveled to Montana to start the new school year teaching at Havre High School. "I'm excited to meet the students and get to meet more of the staff," Katie Kopp said. "I've met a... Full story

 

Work continues on the St. Mary Diversion repairs

Concrete was poured on Drop 5 last week on the St. Mary Diversion and Conveyance Works, the drop near the end of the 29-mile system of dams, dikes, canals, gigantic metal siphons and concrete drop structures that failed in May. Work on Drop 2 was pla...

 

Kopp takes over as Northern dean of students

A new dean of students is taking over that position at Montana State University-Northern this year.  "My previous position was working with primarily student activities, residential life - this is...

 

Northern plans for full campus re-opening

Montana State University-Northern is returning back to campus by doing face-to-face interactions, but with safety precautions and caution. "We've decided that we're opening the campus," Chancellor...

 

North Star Schools sets full re-opening

North Star Schools is re-opening for its upcoming school year with all students coming back at 100 percent capacity. Superintendent Bart Hawkins said the district is starting in Phase 2 of the schools’ plan that’s on the school’s website....

 

Cooney, Schreiner bring governor campaign to Havre

Democratic gubernatorial Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney and his running mate Rep. Casey Schreiner. D-Great Falls, campaigned in Havre Friday in the start of their "Montana Not For Sale" campaign tour. "The...

 

Blaine County Fair is up and running for 2020

Blaine County had its 4-H fair and rodeo Thursday, with safety measures and precautions in place which will continue today and Saturday. Montana State University Blaine County Extension Agent Julie...

 

Food bank loses holiday meats due to freezer malfunction

The Havre Food Bank had a freezer malfunction Tuesday, which forced the bank to dispose of items such as hams and turkeys that were part of the holiday distributions. “We aren’t completely sure what happened, It appears that the freezer blew a...

 

Big Sandy schools doing full re-opening with precautions

Big Sandy Schools is heading back to opening at full capacity, but with some precautions. “The board approved the plan of re-opening — we had approved everyone comes back with precautions in place,” Big Sandy Schools Superintendent Kelly...

 

Boys & Girls Club working to complement Havre school plans

The Havre School Board of Trustees voted Tuesday for a blended approach of having half of the students one day and the other half the next and the director of Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line...

 

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