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Articles from the January 11, 2019 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    January 11, 2019

Eagles Manor back to local management

After going through a difficult summer and fall, Eagles Manor is again completely under complete local control. As of Dec. 31, Tamarack Property Management Co. has terminated its contract for the...

 

Blue Ponies stave off Browning

Winning isn't always pretty and when it comes to the Havre High girls basketball team's 53-41 win over Browning Thursday night, there wasn't anything pretty about it. But a win is a win, especially...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    January 11, 2019

Cattle workshop set in Chinook

The Chinook FFA Chapter is hosting a free, low-stress cattle handling workshop Tuesday that is open to the public. Local organizer of the clinic Larry Surber said he and a group of the FFA students saw clinician Tom Curtin give this presentation in...

 

Legislative videoconferences start Jan. 17

The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce is again hosting legislative videoconferences with local legislators while they are in Helena, with the first session Thursday, Jan. 17, in Conference Room 1 on the first floor of Northern Montana Hospital. All...

 

Lights hoping to stay hot against surging Diggers

To say the Montana State University-Northern Lights have come a long way in a short amount of time would be undercutting just what the Lights have done in the last week. After suffering a...

 

Skylights ready to battle improving Tech

In the last week, the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team has come oh so close to beating not one, but two NAIA Top 25 teams in Frontier Conference play. But, in narrow losses...

 

Lights put on a show in Forsyth

The first dual of 2019 for the Montana State University-Northern Lights was going to be a big one. That's because the Lights took their show to Forsyth, the home of three of Northern's biggest stars,...

 

Havre High boys have a big test in Browning

At the midway point of its season, the Havre High boys basketball team is still trying to figure out just how good it can be, however, with a stern road test awaiting tonight in Browning, the Blue...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    January 11, 2019

Hi-Line Living - Drug task force

Over the years the Tri-Agency Task Force has made great strides in taking large drug conspiracy cases to federal court, task force supervisor C.J. Reichelt said. He added that there are many things, r...

 

Senior Center News, Jan. 11, 2018

North Central Senior Citizens Center, Jan. 14-18 Monday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; bingo at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m; TOPS at 8 a.m.. Walmart shopping...

 

College News - Kreycik graduates from Clemson University

Press release CLEMSON, S.C. — Molly Kreycik of Havre graduated Dec. 20, 2018, from Clemson University with a Master of Business Administration in business administration . Kreycik was among more than 1,600 fall semester graduates from...

 

Stamper-Windy Boy selected for All-Northwest performing group

Havre High School choir member Raelie Stamper-Windy Boy, alto 1, has been selected to perform in the 2019 NAfME All-Northwest mixed choir performing group in Portland, Oregon. Stamper-Windy Boy, who studies choir with Havre High teacher Danielle...

 

Havre High lists students of the month

Havre High School has announced that one of its December students of the month is Ethan Carlson. The son of Andy and Christi Carlson, Ethan, a sophomore, has one younger sibling, Avery. He is a...

 

Rocky Boy names students of the month

Watson Whitford, known as an exceptional and ardent student, is one of Rocky Boy Schools students of the month for December, Watson's nominator said he is not only exceptional in the realm of...

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara

You know, Lord, we’re already into January but have any of us made resolutions? If that word means to make “a firm decision on something,” how come we frail humans break our resolutions as fast as we make them? Maybe we should choose more...

 

Evangelists at Havre Assembly of God next week

Havre Daily News staff The Havre Assembly of God Church is inviting people to hear a special ministry next week. Evangelists Roy and Arlene Brewer will be the guests of the church Sunday through Wednesday. The Brewers come with a varied background...

 

Pastor's Corner: "A little off plumb"

If you were to ask anyone who knows me, they will tell you that this pastor is just a little off plumb with modern Christianity with some of his thinking and beliefs. Think about this for a moment, I believe that there is a preamble to both the...

 

Out Our Way: The Tiger Ridge sermon

Out our way, folks sometimes drive down U.S. Highway 2 along the Hi-Line and remark “There’s nothing much to see.” I have had visitors make that statement to me as they pass through, but I just smile, for some of the most spectacular scenery...

 

Celebrating History: Good news and bad

By Emily Mayer The Havre Chamber of Commerce was getting ready for its annual meeting for the following week. A lengthy article ran on The Havre Plaindealer’s Jan. 11, 1919 front page. Citing the end of the war, the destruction and reconstruction o...

 

Havre Lions present Allen with Melvin Jones Fellowship Award

Press release For Lionistic year 2018-19, The Havre Lions Club recently presented Lion Tom Allen a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award. Melvin Jones founded Lions Club International in 2017, with the...

 

Montana Association of Clerk and Recorders offer scholarships

Press release The Montana Association of Clerk and Recorders is again sponsoring two scholarships for graduating seniors who will be attending an in-state college or university. The first-place scholarship is for $1,000 and second-place scholarship...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    January 11, 2019

View from the North 40: Spoiler alert: It's more gross than funny

Fatberg, it’s like an iceberg, but made of fat. It’s a thing. You can look it up. In fact, you can look up the word definition in a 28-volume Oxford English Dictionary — which is arguably the premier authority on words in the English language...

 

Help end the use of polluting items

Communities across the country are implementing regulations and/or bans on items such as styrofoam, straws and plastic bags. Why are they doing that? Pretty much because it is toxic and a “principle litter” — meaning it’s everywhere. Plastic-...

 

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