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Articles from the March 16, 2020 edition

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For now, school sports won't go on

It started last Friday night with the Montana High School Association's decision to cancel the remainder of the State AA, A, B and C boys basketball tournaments. But, it certainly didn't end there....

 

COVID-19 closures continue

Havre Daily News staff Editor’s note: This removes a statement that the Great Northern Fair Board meeting Tuesday was canceled. Board Chair Tyler Smith said the meeting still is scheduled for...

 

Blue Ponies' state title reign ends at unfinished Class A state tourney in Billings

BILLINGS - With the quarterfinal win over the Hamilton Broncs, the Havre High girls basketball team was ready to face their biggest challenge yet, to take down the Billings Central Rams in the...

 

Recommendations on preventing exposure to and dealing with coronavirus

Havre Daily News staff Northern Montana Health Care, along with county health departments, the state Department of Public Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health care organizations are issuing recommenda...

 

Ice Hawks host MAHA Bantam state tournament

The Havre Ice Dome has seen a lot of competitive hockey take place throughout the winter season, but recently it hosted the MAHA 14U Bantam state hockey tournament Friday through Sunday, where the...

 

Stars reach semis, Harlem wins its last game

After Thursday’s action in 2020 Class B boys and girls state basketball tournaments, the Rocky Boy boys basketball team and the Harlem girls basketball team were in different situations at the Butte...

 

Fort Benton's magical season ends with a win at state

Like all schools who made it that far, the Fort Benton Longhorns didn't quite get to finish their first trip to state since 1992. But, the Longhorns went out a winner. Before the remainder of the...

 

Remember the right to vote - and exercise it

I want to remind adult Montanans with disabilities that we have the right to vote. With a very narrow exception for people with guardians who have explicitly had their right to vote suspended as part of guardianship proceedings, we have the right to...

 

For the Record, March 16, 2020

Havre Police Department Paul Dan Root of Havre, 25, was arrested on charges of criminal contempt and violation of conditions of release in relation to a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation at 8:28 a.m....

 

Obituary - Henry B. 'PeJohn' Sutherland Sr.

Henry B. "PeJohn" Sutherland Sr., 80, passed away due to natural causes at his residence Saturday, March 14, 2020.  Wake services began at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, March 15, 2020, and will continue until...

 

Obituary - Louise Verploegen Milligan

Louise Verploegen Milligan, born March 10, 1945, passed away March 1, 2020.   She was born to J.P. and Lydia Verploegen in Havre, Montana.  After earning a bachelor's degree in math from Montana...

 

Stores dealing with coronavirus-caused runs on merchandise

Gary & Leo's Fresh Foods is among one of the businesses affected in Havre by the coronavirus. The store's co-owner and manager Tracy Job said he has seen a lot customers with anxiety buying and...

 

Courts take action to reduce spread of coronavirus 2019

Press release Friday, Chief Justice of the Montana Supreme Court Mike McGrath issued directives to the Courts in the State of Montana about continuation of services within the judicial branch to assist in flattening the curve of the spread of the...

 

Big Sandy Schools announces procedure for building closure

The Big Sandy public school district has released information on how it will be handling the school closure required to reduce exposure to novel coronavirus 2019. "Remember that the school is closed...

 

Northern lists short-term preparations for COVID-19 restrictions

With Montana State University-Northern entering spring break this week, the university released some short-term actions it is putting in place for novel coronavirus 2019 restrictions put in place by the Montana University System. In preparation for...

 

Boys & Girls Club offers meal service

While the club itself is closed, beginning Tuesday, March 17, Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line is offering a free curbside meal service, complete with a snack and evening meal The meal can be picked...

 

Havre Senior Center closed to prevent coronavirus exposure

North Central Senior Center in Havre announced it is closed until it is cleared by the department of health. Meals on Wheels will continue to be deliver the meals for homebound individuals. Other senior citizens may be added onto meal delivery or...

 

North Star Schools pick ups set for today

With the governor-directed school closures to prevent exposure to the novel coronavirus 2019, North Star Schools is setting up procedures to pick up personal items. Parents and guardians will be able to pick up your student's learning materials and...

 

Knights of Columbus fish fries canceled

The Knights of Columbus fish fries set for March 20 in Chinook and March 27 in Havre have been canceled. Decisions on whether to hold future fish fries have not been made....

 

First Lutheran Preschool closing

First Lutheran Church's Preschool announced it will be closed until April 13. News of the preschool’s situation will be updated as the situation moves forward....

 

Havre Community Food Bank staying open

Havre Community Food Bank is staying open to serve residents in need but is imposing some restrictions to restrict exposure to novel coronavirus 2019. A maximum of two people will be allowed in the food bank lobby at one time. People are asked to...

 

Election administrator urges absentee ballots to reduce COVID-19 exposure

Hill County Election Administrator Susan Armstrong today recommended people vote by absentee ballot to reduce exposure to novel coronavirus 2019. "The Federal Primary Election is June 2, 2020. With...

 

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