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Articles from the December 11, 2018 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    December 11, 2018

Old Station Brewing Co. steps in with Toys for Tots

The Toys for Tots campaign has set up another drop-off location in Havre with Old Station Brewing Co. stepping in accepting donations. Old Station Brewing Co. owner Steve Neiffer said that after...

 

Fighting Back: Lights throttle Alberta-Augustana

The first night of the Duck Inn Corporation Classic didn't go as planned for the Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team. But the Lights showed their resilience in a big way on night...

 

Hi-Line Boys: Native American Classic battles headline first weekend of Hi-Line boys basketball

It was a busy week of basketball along the Hi-Line as essentially every team across the state was playing on the first full weekend of high school basketball. Of course, in these parts that means the...

 

Streaking Skylights roll the Vikings

With a three-game winning streak on the line, there was no let-up in the Montana State University-Northern Skylights on night two of the Duck Inn Corporation Classic. Instead, the Skylights rolled to...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Skylee Dirden, Harlem Girls Basketball Harlem's Skylee Dirden wasted no time in getting her 2018-19 basketball season off to a scorching start. On Dec. 1, Dirden poured in 37 points as the Wildcats...

 

Northern Alumni Foundation seeking nominations for achievement awards

Press release The Montana State University-Northern Alumni Foundation is actively seeking nominations for the Founders’ Excellence and Hall of Fame awards for the 2019 year, with the awards ceremony to be held Friday, May 3. These two awards help...

 

Fundraiser set for middle-school Everglades trip

Havre Daily News staff The Havre Middle School class taught by Danielle Parsons is planning to travel to the Florida Everglades for a life science trip and is holding a Pizza Hut fundraiser Thursday. While in the Everglades, the students will...

 

Keeping It Real: Traditions, old and new

Christmas is just 14 jolly days away. I’m sure some of you have or are still gathering presents for family and friends. Others are probably planning and preparing for family and friends to visit. For me, it reminds me of traditions my family had....

 

For the Record, Dec. 11, 2018

Havre Police Department Someone at the police station at 8:09 a.m. Monday reported a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation. -- A caller at a U.S. Highway 2 Northwest business asked Monday at 9:52 a.m. to...

 

Agenda - Hill County Weed Board

Hill County Weed Board will meet Friday at 11 a.m. at the Hill County Shop on Second Street. Call to order: Minutes Public comment Correspondence Unfinished business: Fall coordinator training; Mosquito/Weed Board contract New business: Budget;...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission Business meeting

The agenda for the Hill County Commission business meeting Thursday at 10 a.m. includes: Public comment on non-agenda items Public comment on agenda items USDA-Industrial Park Loan County and health department antivirus renewal COA Rudyard CDBG...

 

Hi-Line Girls: Exciting NAC girls games highlight opening weekend of high school hoops

After much anticipation, the high school girls basketball season opened this past weekend and things got started right here in Havre at the Native American Classic. One of the matchups that...

 

Names submitted to governor for district judge appointment

Havre Daily News staff The state Judicial Nomination Commission announced that after collecting public comment and interviewing applicants it has submitted the names of three applicants to take the position of state district judge in Chouteau, Hill...

 

Dinosaur Christmas a huge success

Dinosaur Christmas was a success, members of the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board said during their meeting Monday night at Havre Inn and Suites. Museum Director Emily Mayer said about 255 people visited the museum that day. “It certainly booste...

 

Farm bill compromise unveiled, clearing way for vote

Staff and wire report Lawmakers have reached an agreement on the Farm Bill, a mammoth package that will fund key safety net programs for the next five years. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., said the compromise measure will benefit Montana. “The new...

 

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