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Sheriff, Border Patrol and snowballs raise food for food bank

Hill County Sheriff's Office and U.S. Border Patrol Havre Sector partnered Wednesday morning in a snowball challenge to send food to the Havre Food Bank. Hill County Sheriff Jamie Ross hit U.S....

 

Couple takes over at Havre Chiropractic Clinic

Editor’s note: This version corrects the telephone number for the clinic. This month, some new owners took over Havre Chiropractic Clinic located 1465 Hwy 2 NW, Suite D.  Brett Kuca and Ashley...

 

Two brand-new buses rolling, taking students to Havre Head Start

Some local children have new transportation to early education. Havre's Head Start received two new school buses, one Tuesday and one Wednesday. District 4 Human Resources Development Council Child Se...

 

'Don't Farm Naked' workshop set for next week

“Don’t Farm Naked,” a workshop about residue management and U.S. Department of Agriculture programs, is set for Tuesday at the Northern Ag Research Center meeting room from 1 to 3 p.m. This workshop will cover ways to manage residue, reduce...

 

Lions propose funding fair project, fair schedule updated

An update on 2020 Great Northern Fair events was among the items discussed at the fair board’s monthly meeting Tuesday, along with a proposal by a local service club to help fund some major project at the fairgrounds, although the board did not...

 

Linton honored for Prudential Spirit of Community work

A local student has been recognized for her work in community service. Havre High School senior Zephanhia Linton was recognized as "The Prudential Spirit of Community Award" honoree. The Prudential...

 

Havre Lions talk about flag, Flag Day

The Havre Lions Club visited Highland Park Early Primary School's first graders to discuss the significance of the American flag Friday. Havre Lions Club president Jim Bennett said this is an annual e...

 

Library brings Story Time to Head Start

Havre-Hill County Library is teaming up with Head Start and doing the library's Story Time program Fridays at Havre's Head Start locations.   Havre-Hill County Library Children's Librarian Ashley...

 

Montana thespian teaches Havre High Students

A Havre High School teacher received a grant to have a guest actor come in and teach theater integration in her social studies classes. Current Issues and U.S. History teacher Lindsey Ratliff...

 

Auditions set for 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'

Montana Actors’ Theatre is holding auditions Sunday, Feb. 23, and Monday, Feb. 24, for its production of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” The auditions begin at 6 p.m. each night in the Little Theatre in Cowan Hall on the Montana State...

 

More than 100 already signed up for Bear Paw marathon

As of Wednesday, 143 people have signed up for the Bear Paw Marathon which is set for Saturday, June 6, 2020.    Ninety-five people have signed up for the half marathon as well as six for the 1-mile.      People interested in signing up can...

 

CDC gives update on coronavirus

A National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases director from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention held a press conference Wednesday giving an update on the novel coronavirus first detected in China. National Center for Immuniza...

 

Northern works on open education resources for classes

Four Montana State University-Northern faculty and staff members have received acceptance letters for three grants to create new Open Education Resources and ancillary materials for existing Open Education Resources texts. Open Education Resources...

 

Havre schools deal with, warn about ransomware

The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees heard about a problem the district had with Ryuk ransomware and enrollment numbers at it's monthly meeting Tuesday. Havre Public Schools superintendent Andy...

 

Behavioral health advisory council approves new bylaws

A letter to providers, marketing materials and a bylaws update were dealt with at Hill County Behavioral Health Local Advisory Council monthly meeting Monday. “The purpose of the LAC is to assist in the improvement of behavioral health services in...

 

Museum board plans teepee replacement, spring events

The H. Earl Clack Museum Board met for their monthly meeting Monday, and discussed the repair or replacement of the teepee located at the Wahkpa Chu’gn Buffalo Jump and conversed about upcoming events this spring. H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum...

 

Northern celebrating 90th anniversary with gala event

The Montana State University-Northern Alumni Foundation has invited people to attend the university's 90th Celebration Gala, an annual fundraiser formerly known as the "We Love Northern Ball." The 90t...

 

Ending the cycle discussed in Poverty 101

A representative of an anti-poverty firm from Oregon came to Havre Friday and provided a one-day workshop discussing the language and barriers poverty entails. "There are a lot of myths about poverty...

 

Athletes converge on Havre for Special Olympics Bowling Championship

Harvest Moon Lanes hosted Friday 78 athletes participating in the annual Special Olympics Montana Havre's Bowling Championships. Special Olympics Montana Sports Director Scott Held said, overall, the...

 

History and crime mix in MAT speakeasy fundraiser

Some historical Havre figures seem to be messing with Havre's acting troupe. Montana Actors' Theatre posted on Facebook last the end of January that someone had broken into its costumes shop, and...

 

Could U.S. Supreme Court impact Havre's St. Jude's school?

While the U.S. Supreme Court continues to deliberate on a Montana lawsuit that could change the environment of church and state in America, the head of a local parochial school said he does not know...

 

Special Olympics bowling championships returns Friday

Special Olympics Montana is hosting Havre's Bowling Championships Friday at Harvest Moon Lanes. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. for volunteers and teams competing, the opening ceremony starts out at 9:15 fo...

 

Havre Trails sets snowshoe hike for Saturday

Havre Trails is hosting a Snowshoe Hike Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Eagle Creek, which is located to the east of Bear Paw Ski Bowl on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation. People interested in going need to meet at 9:30 a.m. at the District 4...

 

Havre Public Schools celebrates School Counselor Week

With National School Counselor Week being celebrated this week, some Havre Public Schools counselors talked to the Havre Daily News about what they do and the importance of counseling in the school system. Julie Monson works alongside John Ita as...

 

Park Board continues discussion of beavers on Beaver Creek Park

Hill County Park Board met Monday and discussed beaver management options and beaver trapping reports, as well as group reports. Fran Buell of Gildford provided a beaver damage control report for the board. “The trappers are now going to...

 

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