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 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 21, 2019

Stamp Out Hunger collects 1.5 tons of food

In conjunction with local United States Postal Service workers, the Havre Food Bank collected 2,913 pounds of non-perishable food items Saturday, May 11, as part of the annual Stamp Out Hunger Food...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 20, 2019

Salvation Army welcomed back with open arms

Dozens of Havreites gathered outside Sally Ann's Salvation Army Thrift Store in the wind and rain Friday morning to be some of the first shoppers at the newly renovated second-hand store. After a...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 17, 2019

Four Havre businesses on board with "Taste Our Place"

Representatives from the Montana Department of Commerce toured four local businesses Thursday as the state works to get a new "Taste Our Place" program launched across Montana. Susan Joy and Kate...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 16, 2019

Fire Departments unite for controlled burn

The Havre Fire Department held a controlled burn and training session in conjunction with Bear Paw Volunteer Fire Department, Chinook Volunteer Fire Department and the Montana Department of Natural...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 16, 2019

Neiffer recognized for Old Station preservation

A day before reaching his brewery's one-year anniversary, Old Station Brewing owner Steve Neiffer was presented an award Wednesday for his efforts to preserve and utilize a piece of Havre history. As...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 15, 2019

Local athletes journey to State Special Olympics

Thirteen athletes, along with friends and family, loaded up the Blue Pony Express Tuesday afternoon before heading to the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games in Great Falls. All but one of...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    March 20, 2019

At 70 years, Montana Seed Show has transformed

This past weekend, the annual Montana Seed Show was hosted at Harlem High School, marking 70 years of the Hi-Line tradition. Since 1949, the event has brought together members of the community to share expertise in a number of vocations and to...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    March 18, 2019

Montana Seed Show returns to Harlem for 70th year

One of the oldest traditions on the Hi-Line returned to Harlem this weekend as agriculture, art and more took center stage at the Montana Seed Show Thursday through Saturday at Harlem High School....

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    March 8, 2019

250 pints: Red Cross collects blood on Hi-Line

The American Red Cross concluded a four-day blood drive Thursday after travelling the Hi-Line and collecting donations in multiple towns. David Wall, a phlebotomist with the American Red Cross, said...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    February 25, 2019

Quick Pics: Northern celebrates senior basketball players

Five Montana State University-Northern senior basketball players were honored during a senior night ceremony Saturday at the Armory Gymnasium. Seniors Gokce Aslan, Jessica Curl, Lily Hilderbrand,...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    February 22, 2019

Cutting out bad form in Havre Community Education class

Tucked away in the home economics room of Havre Middle School, a small group congregated Thursday night to practice proper knife skills. Jasmine Carbajal, Hill County family and consumer sciences...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    February 19, 2019

Busy week for scholarship funding at Northern

In the past week, a large donation and a busier-than-expected fundraising event have provided a boost to scholarship funds at Montana State University-Northern. The university announced in a press...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    February 8, 2019

Hi-Line Living - No lye: Annual Lutefisk Dinner continues to draw a crowd

For decades, a tradition with roots from more than 4,000 miles away has been a staple in Havre culture, and for the 86th year, the annual Swedish Meatball and Norwegian Lutefisk Dinner was held...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    February 4, 2019

Catch and release program stabilizing feral cat population

After loading up his work truck with full pet carriers Friday morning, Havre Animal Control Officer Peter Federspiel took a quick ride down Second Street to release half a dozen cats behind the Super...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    January 30, 2019

Vehicles, more, stolen from John Deere dealer

An overnight burglary at Frontline Ag Solutions, the John Deere dealership at 2626 U.S. Highway East, has resulted in a loss of thousands of dollars of equipment, officials report. Hill County...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    January 29, 2019

Blaine County Fair Foundation strikes gold with Brew Fest

Beer and cash were flowing Saturday night at the first-ever Blaine County Brew Fest in Chinook, and event staff said they are already looking forward to holding the fundraiser for the county fairgroun...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    January 17, 2019

Pepin Park playground reopens

Editor’s note: This article clarifies the amount of time the playground was closed. A photo caption published Tuesday said playground had been closed for a week. After being cordoned off with caution tape for a brief period, the playground at Havre...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    January 14, 2019

Suspect named in Friday car chase

A car chase that began some 17 miles south of Havre ended on a gravel road by Beaver Creek Reservoir Friday evening after touring much of the Havre area and causing at least one accident. Richard...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    January 11, 2019

Lengthy police pursuit ends with one crash, one arrest

One man is in custody after a car chase some 17 miles south of Havre, came to town and toured much of the Havre area and ended on a gravel road by Beaver Creek Reservoir Friday evening. At around...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    January 7, 2019

Havre welcomes first newborn of 2019

The Havre community grew by one Thursday morning as Megan Raine and Lex Keller welcomed their first child into the world. Brynlee Lila Keller, a 7 pound, 8 ounce baby girl, was born Jan. 3 at 8:07...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    December 27, 2018

MDT: Fifth Avenue pruning a matter of safety, not aesthetic

Since Dec. 19, a crew from the Montana Department of Transportation has been trimming branches away from power lines, street lights and the road, and they have left some of the trees almost...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    December 26, 2018

Ho-ho-hold the gravy

"My first year doing this, I saw a guy that was almost a millionaire sitting with somebody off the street and they were laughing and eating together," Havre Eagles Club Manager Tom Farnham said...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    December 20, 2018

Fifth Avenue trees receive tight trim

Wednesday morning, a crew from the Montana Department of Transportation began trimming branches on trees along Fifth Avenue in Havre. The project is a continuation of maintenance that began in the...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    December 18, 2018

Fire department responds to early morning fire

The Havre Fire Department responded to a structure fire about three miles east of Havre on U.S. Highway 2 Tuesday morning at 6:47 a.m. Havre Fire responded with two trucks, and Bear Paw Volunteer...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    November 19, 2018

Havre dog park fundraising begins in earnest

Havre Dog Park Club hosted its first major fundraising event Friday night at Old Station Brewing Co. on First Street. The event, called Pints for Paws, was hosted in support of the club's goal to...

 

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