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 By Zach White    Local

Nursing students plan dinner to raise funds for pinning ceremony

Nursing is a special kind of job, which is why the graduates of Montana State University-Northern's nursing program deserve a special kind of graduation ceremony, one that requires a little help from their friends. Starting at 6...

 
 By Zach White    Opinion

Your direct line to City Hall

I was watching Mayor Michael Bloomberg on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" recently, and he and Kimmel talked about an app that New York City has launched under his watch: NYC 311. The way they described it on the show, anyone with...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Patch work: Havre police get new uniform insignias

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown The old Havre Police Department patch is seen to the left. To the right, the new patch features a redesigned emblem and fixes the misspelled Latin motto. For Havre police officers, the side of their...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Building momentum

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Governor Steve Bullock, from left, tours the Montana State University-Northern diesel technology program facilities Thursday morning with Greg Kegel, Dean of the College of Technical Sciences, and...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Chancellor briefs on legislative issues

In his continuing quest to keep the community aware of and involved in what is happening at Montana State University-Northern, Chancellor Jim Limbaugh held another of his regular Chancellor's Open Forums Wednesday afternoon, this...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Chancellor briefs on legislative issues

In his continuing quest to keep the community aware of and involved in what is happening at Montana State University-Northern, Chancellor Jim Limbaugh held another of his regular Chancellor's Open Forums Wednesday afternoon, this...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Havre High's Murphy wins top award for Class A schools

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Dennis Murphy poses for a portrait in his office this morning. Havre High School Activities Director Dennis Murphy went to last weekend's Montana High School Association meeting as a representative...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Juneau: Dropout prevention programs are working

In the first few weeks of a new semester there are two groups of people thinking about graduation, the graduating class and the Office of Public Instruction. OPI announced a continued upswing in graduation rates, with fewer...

 

Chamber celebrates 104 years with impressive speakers

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown A crowd gathers in the Duck Inn Olympic Room Wednesday to attend the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting. The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 104th year with its annual...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Sixth-graders raise money to help fellow student

Havre Middle School's Junior Helpers, when looking for a cause to raise awareness and support for, they decided to stick close to home. The group of sixth-graders are raising money this semester to help seventh-grade student Dylan...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Hi-Line stores still short of bread

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown An empty shelf in the bread isle at Gary and Leo's Fresh Foods Saturday afternoon. The collateral damage of last year's Hostess implosion is still afflicting some Havre businesses. Between the...

 

Winter Storm Gandolf blankets Hi-Line, moves across US

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Kassidee Calvert, front, shovels snow Thursday morning. A winter storm named for a fictional evil overlord has cast winter's blight across much of Montana, focusing so far on Blaine and Hill...

 

Winter Storm Gandolf blankets Hi-Line, moves across US

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Kassidee Calvert, front, shovels snow Thursday morning. A winter storm named for a fictional evil overlord has cast winter's blight across much of Montana, focusing so far on Blaine and Hill...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Theft suspects arrested

The wave of thefts that has been washing over Havre may be over. Havre Police announced this morning that they have arrested two suspects in the string of thefts that have seen everything from wallets to guns taken from mostly...

 
 By Zach White    Local

More private land closed to hunters

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown A newly placed "no trespassing" sign is seen on a fence post northeast of Havre. It's a new year, but the farmers and ranchers of northern Hill County still feel ignored by the Montana Department of...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Fresno Ice Derby to kick off Jan. 26

The holidays are over and the waters are frozen. That means it's time again for the annual Fresno Ice Derby. The two-day ice-fishing contest kicks off Saturday, Jan. 26, at 7 a. m., then again at 7 a. m. Sunday, Jan 27. Every...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Still time to register for Community Education

Just because you're not enrolled in one of Havre's public schools doesn't mean the districts have nothing to teach you. Tomorrow will be the last day to register for this year's Community Education classes, with a catalog of 39...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Havre Public Schools board discusses legislative strategy

With the legislative session kicking off this week, it is time for the public sector "Hunger Games" to begin. Team Havre Public Schools talked about their strategy at Tuesday night's school board meeting. The board's information...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Rash of thefts from cars reported in Havre

A wave of thefts washed over Havre on Tuesday, from 13th Street north to the downtown area. According to the Havre Police Department, seven thefts were reported from vehicles around Havre. Of those, six of the vehicles were...

 
 By Zach White    Local

HHS survey: Most kids have tablets or laptops

Havre Public Schools trustees know that technology is playing an increasingly important role in students' lives. And Tuesday they heard some numbers to prove it. Havre Superintendent Andy Carlson told the trustees at their meeting...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Rash of thefts from cars reported in Havre

A wave of thefts washed over Havre on Tuesday, from 13th Street north to the downtown area. According to the Havre Police Department, seven thefts were reported from vehicles around Havre. Of those, six of the vehicles were...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Beaver Creek cabin garbage fees to be discussed by panel

After an intense discussion on an idea to charge cabin owners in Beaver Creek Park the fees to pay for garbage removal, the Hill County Park Board set a committee to look at that idea along with other items on the board agenda...

 
 By Zach White    Local

24/7 sobriety checks initiated in Havre

People arrested on drug or alcohol-related crimes in Hill County have a new option, with Havre's branch of the 24/7 Sobriety Program which officially started this morning. The program requires participants to come to the Havre...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Club now offering dinner

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Laurie Hulburt serves mashed potatoes during dinner at Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line Friday evening. For many of the children at the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line, membership can be about more...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Boys & Girls Club looks to expand building

Like the thousands of children who have enjoyed the facility for more than a decade, the Boy & Girls Club of the Hi-Line has to grow. After celebrating its 10th anniversary, representatives of the club announced a plan to add onto...

 

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