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 By Zach White    Local

Reform may bring sales tax to Montana businesses

Colleen Rast has run an ebay store out of the Kalispell area for more than a decade. It had grown enough that, when the economic downturn took her husband's job a few years ago, she turned Great Sky Gifts pro, for some more income....

 
 By Zach White    Local

Reform may bring sales tax to Montana businesses

Colleen Rast has run an ebay store out of the Kalispell area for more than a decade. It had grown enough that, when the economic downturn took her husband's job a few years ago, she turned Great Sky Gifts pro, for some more income....

 
 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... Full story

 
 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... Full story

 
 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

Havre City Council to hold public meeting over water rates

For the first time in five years, water in and around Havre may soon cost a little more. Havre City Council agreed at their meeting Tuesday night to hold a public hearing at 6:30 p. m. before their March 4 meeting. The hearing foll...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Havre saw modest crime decrease

Following drops in a few criminal categories and recent police activity, Havre Police Chief Kirk Fitch is confident that 2013 will see a safer Havre, across the board. Fitch presented the Havre City Council with a comparison of sta...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Havre City Council to hold public meeting over water rates

For the first time in five years, water in and around Havre may soon cost a little more. Havre City Council agreed at their meeting Tuesday night to hold a public hearing at 6:30 p. m. before their March 4 meeting. The hearing foll...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Havre saw modest crime decrease

Following drops in a few criminal categories and recent police activity, Havre Police Chief Kirk Fitch is confident that 2013 will see a safer Havre, across the board. Fitch presented the Havre City Council with a comparison of sta...

 
 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...

 
 By Zach White    Local

New scams surface in area

Montana law enforcement agencies are warning Montanans to be careful about calls from people claiming to be Montana law enforcement. Havre Police Chief Kirk Fitch and the Montana Highway Patrol have sent out warnings this week to r...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Ranch's university deal on hold, maybe forever

The continuing battle of the Milk River Ranch is headed for a suspension, perhaps forever. The only portion of the originally proposed nearly $8 million deal between the Aageson family and various state agencies that is unsettled i...

 
 By Zach White    Local

New scams surface in area

Montana law enforcement agencies are warning Montanans to be careful about calls from people claiming to be Montana law enforcement. Havre Police Chief Kirk Fitch and the Montana Highway Patrol have sent out warnings this week to r...

 
 By Zach White    Local

Ranch's university deal on hold, maybe forever

The continuing battle of the Milk River Ranch is headed for a suspension, perhaps forever. The only portion of the originally proposed nearly $8 million deal between the Aageson family and various state agencies that is unsettled i...

 

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... Full story

 
 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

More students take more classes

Over the past year Montana State University-Northern's enrollment has gone up, and the increased number of students are taking more classes. Northern Chancellor Jim Limbaugh announced the spring 2013 enrollment figures in this...

 
 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

Clean audit for Havre, except for two minor items

When Hamilton Consulting Group officials took a look at the books of the Havre city government, they found it was almost all good, save two issues. Hamilton employees shared with City Council at its meeting Monday night these two... Full story

 
 By Zach White    Local

Chinook looks for committee members

The new year brought the Chinook City Council to take a look at its appointees, boards and committees at Thursday night's meeting, and city officials are looking for a few civic-minded Chinook residents to volunteer. The biggest... Full story

 
 By Zach White    Local

Benefit will help brothers with medical woes

When Havreites need help, the community comes together for them, which is why Tammy Murray organized a free-will donation spaghetti dinner this Saturday at 6 p. m. at the Eagles Club to help alleviate the weight of recent medical...

 
 By Zach White    Opinion

Farewell to Havre: Keep thinking. Keep talking. Keep learning

This is my last column. By the time the next would have run, I will have begun my next job, doing what I started doing here last April, which I would not have gotten without these columns. It's been a good year. It's been a good... Full story

 

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