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  • Albert Thomas Cliff

    Updated Feb 15, 2016

    Albert Thomas Cliff, 83, born Nov. 17, 1932, moved to the sand hills at 5:35 p.m., Feb. 10, 2016, in Pasco, Washington, surrounded by his loving sons and family members. Services are at Chief Nosey Center, Lodge Pole. The wake is Monday, Feb. 15, at 5 p.m. The funeral at 11 a.m., Tuesday, with a feed after interment....

  • Lacey The Boy held in west side incident

    Updated Feb 15, 2016

    Lacey The Boy, 30, is being held on felony charges after a disturbance 600 block of 1st Street West Saturday morning. Officers said they responded to several 911 calls that someone had a gun and a bat and was going after a pickup. Police they were unable to verify that a gun was shot in the incident. By the time police had arrived at the scene, both the pickup and a gray car with the other participants, had left the scene. But police said they eventually found both cars, and the investigation is continuing. The Boy is being... Full story

  • State Wrestling 2016: Havre finishes off a 4-Peat

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 14, 2016

    BILLINGS -- Coming into Saturday at the All-Class State wrestling meet, the Havre Blue Ponies may not have had the Class A state championship wrapped up, but by the time the semifinal round was complete, the team competition was over and done with. That's because Havre dominated the round, winning seven of eight matches and getting seven wrestlers: Martin Wilkie (120), Logan Pleninger (132), Kody Pribyl (138), Parker Filius (152), Jase Stokes (182), Tyler Schaub (205) and... Full story

  • Shooting reported on Havre west side

    Havre Daily News staff|Updated Feb 14, 2016

    Eyewitnesses said that Saturday at around 10:45 a.m. there was a shooting just West of the Town House Inn on Highway 2. A car allegedly pulled up alongside a truck and is said to have opened fire on the truck before pulling out and heading West. Havre Police said an investigation into the incident is underway and refused to comment further.... Full story

  • State Wrestling 2016: Beeters go back-to-back for Jesse

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 14, 2016

    BILLINGS -- The Chinook wrestling team has had some emotional days recently, with the passing of the beloved Jesse Dannels. But, Saturday night, after winning a second straight state title, the emotion overwhelmed them. With tears in their eyes and love for Jesse in their hearts, the Sugarbeeters accepted the Class C state championship trophy, following two days of raw emotion and outstanding wrestling. Chinook dominated the competition, placing all five wrestlers and scoring... Full story

  • A night to remember: Lights, Hawkeyes put on a great show

    George Ferguson|Updated Feb 13, 2016

    If there was any doubt about the Iowa Hawkeyes intentions or their focus coming into their dual with NAIA power Montana State University-Northern Friday night, that doubt went out the window real quick. The Hawkeyes, the second-ranked team in the NCAA, and 2015 national runner's up, sent their top lineup to a sold-out Armory Gymnasium, and they came away with a 51-0 win in what was a historic night for the Lights, who are ranked third in the NAIA. Iowa head coach Tom Brands,...

  • State Wrestling 2016: Chinook honors Jesse Dannels on the mat

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 13, 2016

    BILLINGS -- The first day of the 2016 All-Class state wrestling tournament was an emotional one for the Chinook Sugarbeeters, but it was also a day that the team and the rest of Beeter nation won't soon forget. Less than a week after the passing of their cherished teammate and friend, Jesse Dannels, the Beeters took to the mats Friday inside the Rimrock Auto Arena at the Metra in Billings and what ensued was something special. After honoring their fallen friend with a... Full story

  • State Wrestling 2016: Ponies go to work on day one

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 13, 2016

    BILLINGS -- It was business as usual for the Havre High wrestling team at the All-Class state tournament Friday, as the Blue Ponies once again dominated the competition. And while the Ponies were not as overwhelmingly successful on the first day of state wrestling at the Rimrock Auto Arena at the Metra in Billings as they were last season, Havre still qualified eight wrestlers for the semifinals in the Class A tournament and holds a substantial lead for the top spot with one... Full story