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 By Tori Thomas    Local

Former Lunch Box manager pleads guilty

A former Lunch Box manager accused of theft after a $60 cookie sale led to a charge alleging she embezzled more than $60,000 from the restaurant pleaded guilty during a change of... — Updated 4/23/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Catholic Daughters of the Americas set state convention in Havre

The Catholic Daughters of the Americas state convention is set to take place Friday and Saturday in Havre. According to the organization’s website, the CDA was founded in 1903. The motto of the organization is “Unity and... — Updated 4/22/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Fair board picks chair and vice chair

The Great Northern Fair Board discussed the fairgrounds manager position and this year’s fair entertainment and also picked a new chairperson and vice chairperson at a meeting held Tuesday. Alma Seidel was named the chairperson... — Updated 4/22/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Havre tree task force to help kids plant for Arbor Day

The Havre Task Force for Urban Reforestation Committee will celebrate Arbor Day with a tree seedling planting session Monday at Pepin Park. More than 200 second-grade students from Lincoln-McKinley Primary School, Rocky Boy... — Updated 4/21/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Rape defendant fails to show for arraignemnt

A man accused of raping a 15-year-old girl failed to show up for his arraignment hearing that was scheduled for Monday in state District Court in Havre. Nicholas T. Henderson, whose age and place of residency were not available,... — Updated 4/21/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Local athletes prep for 2015 Special Olympics Montana Summer State Games

With the 2015 Special Olympics Montana Summer State Games just around the corner, area athletes are training for the big event. Athletes and their supporters will also be... — Updated 4/17/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Hi-Line Living: 2015 Hands on History

From gold panning and paper doll making, to old-time clothes washing and apple peeling, the 11th Annual Hands On History fundraiser filled Holiday Village Mall Saturday. This year,... — Updated 4/17/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Harada benefit set for May 2

A chili dinner and silent auction benefit event for local woman, Janine Harada, 59, who is battling two stage four cancers, is set for Saturday, May 2. Nichole Artis, Harada's... — Updated 4/16/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Kitty Keepers closes its doors

After 17 years, Kitty Keepers cat shelter, located on 26th Avenue West, closed its doors last week. Penney Bergren, co-founder of the no-kill shelter, said the choice to close the... — Updated 4/15/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

John Chapman - committed to helping the poor

Pastor John Chapman is Wednesday's Volunteer of the Week in a five-day look at five members of the Havre community who have done more than their share to help better Havre and the... — Updated 4/15/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Hi-Line Living preview: Local children get a hand on history

From gold panning and paper doll making, to old-time clothes washing and apple peeling, the 11th Annual Hands On History fundraiser filled Holiday Village Mall Saturday. This year,... — Updated 4/15/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Poets & Pickers

With performers from Lewistown to Alberta, Canada, the 21st Annual Western Heritage Roundup event, organized by the Montana Country Poets and Pickers group, took place Friday,... — Updated 4/15/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Hearing delayed for Havre man acccused of assaulting sheriff's deputies

The Monday omnibus hearing for a man accused of physically dragging a peace officer has been delayed to May 4. Sampson F. Mayer, born in 1986, of Havre was charged with two counts... — Updated 4/14/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Fair board introduces new member, discusses new manager position

The Great Northern Fair Board welcomed a new member and heard updates concerning the fairgrounds manager position during a meeting held Monday. Karla Vaughn was introduced as a new member of the fair board. Mike Sharp, the interim... — Updated 4/14/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Suspect in Lunch Box embezzlement case to change plea

A former Lunch Box manager accused of theft after a $60 cookie sale led to a charge alleging she embezzled more than $60,000 from the restaurant is scheduled to change her plea Friday morning. Jean A. Grandberg, born in 1964, of... — Updated 4/13/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Neal McCoy concert set for Sunday

Multi-platinum country music singer, Neal McCoy will perform a concert Sunday at Montana State University-Northern's Armory Gym at 7 p.m. Comedian Brad Upton will open the show.... — Updated 4/10/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Parenting workshops set for next week in Havre

The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Task Force that is working to prevent teen pregnancies in Hill County is set to hold parenting workshops titled, “Have You Had ‘The Talk?’” These workshops will take place April 16 from 6:30... — Updated 4/10/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Hi-Line Living: Costumes for kids

For the past five years, Kim O'Leary, junior high school teacher at St. Jude Thaddeus School, has been making costumes for the school's theatrical productions - right in her own... — Updated 4/10/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

July trial set for Havre man accused of burning child

The man accused of burning a 5-year-old child is scheduled to go to trial July 14. District Judge Daniel Boucher set the date in an omnibus hearing Tuesday. Patrick R. Schroeder,... — Updated 4/10/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Western Heritage Roundup kicks off Friday

The 21st Annual Western Heritage Roundup event, organized by the Montana Country Poets and Pickers group, is set to take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Chinook. Arnold Hokanson, treasurer of the Poets and Pickers, said this... — Updated 4/9/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

New United Way of Hill County executive director excited to get things done

United Way of Hill County's new executive director has big plans for the area. Jessica Nebel has been working for the organization since January. Nebel said most of the... — Updated 4/8/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Forshee denies Giveaway House charges

Sheila Forshee, former secretary-treasurer of the Giveaway House in North Havre, pleaded not guilty Monday in state District Court in Havre to charges including theft by a common... — Updated 4/8/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Park Board talks grazing, stargazing

The Hill County Park Board held lengthy discussions Monday night concerning a new idea for Beaver Creek Park and grazing monitoring. Robbie Lucke, a board member, discussed his idea of incorporating a new amenity at Beaver Creek... — Updated 4/7/2015

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

Hands On History set for Saturday

The H. Earl and Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum Foundation will be holding the 11th annual Hands On History event Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holiday Village Mall. Elaine Morse, Clack Foundation president, said there... — Updated 4/6/2015 Full story

 
 By Tori Thomas    Local

What does Easter mean to you?

With Easter Sunday just a few days away, the Havre Daily News went on the street to ask some local people, “What does Easter mean to you?” Anthony Cammon: “As Christians, (Easter is a time to) remember the crucifixion of... — Updated 4/4/2015 Full story

 

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