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Hi-Line Athlete Profile: J.J. Hassa, Havre Softball

If the Havre High softball team is going to achieve its goals this season, one of the big reasons will be the right arm of senior pitcher Jaycelyn "J.J." Hassa. Hassa, who said she has been playing so...

 

Youth wrestlers succeed at state

For the second straight year, the Havre Wrestling Club dominated the State Little Guy Tournament, which was held April 1 in Great Falls. The HWC took first place for the second straight season, with...

 

Northern rodeo underway

The MSU-Northern Rodeo team kicked off the spring season with the Montana State Rodeo last weekend in Bozeman. The women's team was led to a second-place finish overall to by sophomore Calonna Slade....

 
 By Julie Rodgers    Sports    April 12, 2017

Local Bowling Report: No-Tap results are in

Just to prove bowling can be a lifelong sport, Inetia Cantin, one of our Thursday morning league bowlers, who is 90 years young, bowled a 183 game and a 436 series. From our seniors, which bowl Fridays, Roland Gould bowled a 231.     First place...

 

Local Sports Briefs

Faupel, Stroh named MSU-N Athletes of the Year A pair of outstanding Montana State University-Northern athletes were honored recently for incredible seasons. Northern held its annual All-Sports Banquet last week, where the Female and Male Athlete of...

 

Hi-Liners spur MSU to develop resistant weed solution

By Evelyn Boswell for the MSU News Service BOZEMAN — A weed that drops “thousands and thousands” of seeds as it tumbles across northern Montana is a wily foe that steals water and nutrients from his winter wheat, according to fourth-generation...

 

Obituary: Catherine A. (Carter) Dielman

Catherine A. (Carter) Dielman, 72, passed away due to natural causes Saturday, March 18, 2017, at Northern Montana Care Center. Cremation has taken place, and memorial services will be held at 1 p.m.... Full story

 

For the Record, April 12, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a motor vehicle crash reportednear Seventh Avenue and First Street Tuesday at 4:29 p.m. —— Officers made two arrests Tuesday at 5:13 p.m. on Third Street. Deana Laforge Enemyhunter of Box Elder, 47,...

 

Correction: For the Record

Information from the Havre Police Department dipatch log used in the “For the Record” section on Page A5 of Monday’s edition of the Havre Daily News misspelled the name of Dakota Black Elk Houle.... Full story

 

Correction: Fair board vote

The front-page story “Board hires Brewer as fair manager in secret meeting” in Monday’s edition of The Havre Daily News misreported the date of the upcoming April 18 meeting of the Great Northern Fair Board.... Full story

 

Leter to the Editor: CASA thanks Child and Family Services

Editor, All of us who work with abused and neglected children want to thank the Havre Daily News for your coverage of the Pinwheel Garden in recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Child abuse can be easy to ignore, and — as with all...

 

Leter to the Editor: Montanans shouldn't vote blindly

Editor, Why not vote for Gianforte? Both candidates wear cowboy hats, but there is nothing of significance under Gianforte’s hat, just another rich guy trying to buy a political seat. We have a candidate in Rob Quist who has traveled the state as...

 

Leter to the Editor: Is Montana congressional seat for sale?

Editor, In following our current congression-al contest closely one must question — is this Montana office for sale to the highest bidder? Rob Quist’s opponent and backers are once again spending millions trying to buy another Montana...

 

Managing the Missouri

The Missouri River Reservoir System is the largest reservoir system in North America. Management of the system is complicated by multiple and diverse interest groups and applicable laws. Interest groups represent irrigation, flood risk, hydropower, r...

 

Local News - Buses stop for Easter

North Central Montana Transit will not be running Monday in observance of Easter Monday. Normally scheduled service will resume Tuesday...

 

Local News - Easter Egg hunt set at Northern

Havre Daily News staff The Inter Organizational Council at Montana State-University-Northern is reviving its annual Easter Egg Hunt. The council is holding an egg hunt outside of the Student Union Building at Northern starting at 1 p.m. Easter...

 

Great Plains Dinosaur Museum offers dinosaur dig training

Havre Daily News staff The home of the best-preserved dinosaur fossil in the world is offering people some hands-on experience finding and handling fossils. The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum in Malta is holding a junior paleontology lab, an adult...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 12, 2017

12 year-old talks about living with diabetes

Twelve-year old Bostyn Pearson of Fairfield, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was 6, spoke to Montana State University-Northern nursing students Tuesday  about her condition. During...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 12, 2017

Bachmeier pans budget

State Rep. Jacob Bachmeier, D-Havre, was joined in Helena Tuesday by former state Sen. Greg Jergeson, D-Chinook, during the weekly state legislative videoconference with constituents in a Northern...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 12, 2017

Havre schools having accreditation issues

Havre Public Schools trustees during Tuesday’s board meeting discussed accreditation issues the district is having as well as a recent trip to a trauma sensitive school national conference in Seattle. The district has educators working at Highland...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 12, 2017

Compassionate Friends donates book collection to library

Members of a group that helps people deal with the loss of a loved one made a donation Tuesday to help others deal with that loss. Gail Allen and Tami Pierce are longtime friends who have each lost a...

 

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