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  • Senate passes $1.2 trillion funding package in early morning vote

    Updated Mar 23, 2024

    KEVIN FREKING and MARY CLARE JALONICK The Associated Press WASHINGTON - The Senate passed a $1.2 trillion package of spending bills in the early morning hours today, a long overdue action nearly six months into the budget year that will push any threats of a government shutdown to the fall. The bill now goes to President Joe Biden to be signed into law. The vote was 74-24. It came after funding had expired for the agencies at midnight, but the White House sent out a notice sho...

  • Two injured in crash west of Harlem

    Pamela Burke|Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Two women were seriously injured Thursday early afternoon in a crash involving their passenger vehicle and two semitractor-trailers west of Harlem. Emergency responders were called to the crash on U.S. Highway 2 near mile marker 420 at 1:30 p.m. Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Matt Erickson said that at the time of the crash both visibility and road conditions were poor due to heavy snowfall. One of the semis involved in the crash was pulled to the side of the highway on the westbound side so the driver could clear snow from...

  • Tester talks appropriations, drug crisis, Medicaid

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., held a press call Thursday to discuss a number of legislative issues, including the looming deadline for a government shutdown, which will occur at midnight tonight if lawmakers cannot pass a series of long-debated spending bills. Tester is running for re-election and faces Michael Hummers of Helena in the Democratic primary. Tester said Thursday he thinks the final appropriations bills will be passed before the deadline, but he remains frustrated that partisan politics have held up the process for...

  • Celebrating History: Lots in the society columns

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    by Emily Mayer One of the fun things about reading the newspapers from 100 years ago are the gatherings included in the society column. These gatherings let us know what our ancestors were doing, what they thought was important, and how they lived their lives. This week 100 years ago, there were several parties with a St. Patrick’s Day theme. This article was published in the March 16, 1924, edition of the Havre Daily Promoter: NOBLE GRAND CIRCLE MEETS The Past Noble Grand’s circle met at the home of Mrs. Ruby Dexter Thursday...

  • Letter to the Editor - Reducing professional standards will make things worse

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Dear editor, “The true measure of any society is found in how it treats its most vulnerable members” — M. Gandhi Having spent our over 40 year careers in Montana as a licensed social worker and physical therapist, we are alarmed at the unraveling of our communities in terms of getting help and resources for our most vulnerable members. Our ability to safely and compassionately care for older adults, persons who are cognitively or physically impaired, mentally ill persons and students is strained. A solution being offer...

  • Looking out my Backdoor: Thing One and Thing Two and Thing Three

    Sondra Ashton|Updated Mar 22, 2024

    I have perfected English muffins. What that means is that I got hungry for English muffins, not available on the shelves of any tienda in town. I made my first batch, which exceeded my expectations. Unfortunately for me, I made the breadly goodness on a social day and within a couple hours had none left. I called that batch “Thing One.” I’d eaten one hot off the griddle with butter and jam but wanted a breakfast sandwich muffin on the order of the classic from the Golde...

  • Obituary - Sharon Yvonne (Anderson) Nold

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Sharon Yvonne (Anderson) Nold, 70, died Friday, March 15, 2024, due to natural causes. Sharon, daughter of Ralph W. and Wilma L. (Roper) Anderson Jr., was born June 16, 1953, and raised east of Havre on the family farm. She was active in 4-H and O-Mok-See in her junior years and was an excellent horseback rider. After her first marriage didn't work out, she married Wayne Nold April 21, 1979, and they were able to celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary before Wayne died in... Full story

  • Obituary - The Rev. Peter J. Waldner

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    The Rev. Peter J. Waldner, 76, passed away peacefully March 20, 2024, at Northern Montana Hospital. Wake services began at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21, 2024, and Reverend Waldner’s funeral will take place at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 23, 2024, all at the East End Colony Church. Burial will follow in the East End Colony Cemetery. Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. Please visit Peter’s online memorial page to send a card or leave a message of condolence for his family at htt... Full story

  • For the Record, March 22, 2024

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Havre Police Department Animal Control searched for but could not locate a barking dog reported on Montana Avenue at 8:45 a.m. Thursday. -- Officers assisted a Thursday 10:29 a.m. caller who wanted to speak with officers about an ex who made entry into the caller's residence. -- A vehicle crash was reported Thursday at 12:35 p.m. on First Street West. An ambulance also responded, but information on transports was not available by print deadline. -- A two-vehicle crash was...

  • From the Courts - FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT: Man admits distributing meth on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Montana GREAT FALLS — A Hays man accused of selling methamphetamine from a yellow school bus he used as his residence on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation admitted to a drug trafficking charge Thursday, U.S. Attorney Jesse Laslovich said. Lyle Gilbert Snow Sr., 64, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute meth. Snow faces a maximum of 20 years in prison, a $1 million fine and at least three years of supervised release. U.S. District Judge Brian M. Morris presided. The court...

  • Out Our Way: The "Atheist Christian"

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Luke 10:25-37 Out our way, livestock can sometimes surprise you. While I won't say they have human emotions and such, there are times I wonder. The mama cow who "babysits" for the rest of the cows while they graze or go down to the water for a "girls day out." Sometimes people show as much consideration for each other, although sadly it is not as common. Back in seminary, I was introduced to a Jewish scholar and writer named Martin Buber who survived the holocaust. He often...

  • Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday, March 26, at 12:15 p.m. in the Robins School Administration Building. The agenda for the meeting is: A. Call to order 1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Roll call 3. Welcome to visitors 4. Presentation Paul Tuss and Bear Paw Development 5. Agenda deletions or corrections, and additions allowed by policy, if any B. Old business C. New business 1. Personnel 2. Consideration of 2024-25 Professional Development Plan 3. Mill levy options 4. Health insurance rates Public...

  • Agenda - Hill County Commission weekly calendar and business meeting agenda

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Monday, March 25, 2024 9:30 a.m. — Commissioner working session in the Commission Office 11 a.m. — Bureau of Reclamation meeting in the Commission Office regarding Beaver Creek Reservoir teams meeting 3:30 p.m. — Hill County Council on Aging director meeting in the Commission Office Tuesday, March 26, 2024 10:30 a.m. — Road department meeting in the Commission Office Wednesday, March 27, 2024 1:30 p.m. — Revize website training in the Timmons Room Thursday, March 28, 2024 10 a.m. — Weekly commissioner business meeting in...

  • Pastor's Corner: Breaking the alabaster jar

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    You can read three versions of this story in Matthew 26:6-13, Mark 14:3-9 and John 12:1-8. As the rumors and the rumblings of the Pharisees and the religious leaders hinted at Jesus' death, the dark clouds of fear and sadness gathered over Jesus' disciples. One woman, not wanting to wait until he died to express her love, anointed him at Bethany with expensive perfume [see the parallel passage in John 12:1-8, where the woman is identified as Mary, sister of Martha and...

  • Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    You know, Lord, Palm Sunday years ago was a bit different then it is today. Several of us were together, Susie smiled and shared: "When I was just a little kid, I remember one Palm Sunday when the Pastor mentioned there were some palms 'twigs' by the back door; that each one of us should each go get one. As we did, someone pushed the piano toward the backwall and a door opened. Helen kept playing lovely music. One young guy took the lead of us with palms, we followed out the f...

  • North Star students attend FCCLA leadership conference in Bozeman

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Press release Ashleigh Barrett, Ecko Fraser, Quincy McCormick, Madelyn Myers, Savannah Schaumloeffel, Quinn Trueax and Jordyn VanWechel from North Star Schools attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America - FCCLA - 2024 State Leadership Conference in Bozeman March 14-15, 2024. FCCLA's 2024 conference drew more than 575 members, advisers, and supporters from across the state with opportunities for personal development, career exploration, and community service....

  • Senior Center News - Rudyard, Gildford senior center menus

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Meals will not be available at the Rudyard, 406-355-4240, and Gildford, 406-376-3170, senior centers for the time being....

  • Senior Center News, March 22, 2024

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    North Central Senior Center March 25-29 Menu Monday, March 25 — Cheesy hash brown bake, ham, fruit, dessert Tuesday, March 26 — Hot turkey dinner, mashed potatoes with gravy, stuffing, veggies, dessert Wednesday, March 27 — Chili dogs, bun, veggies, fruit, dessert Thursday, March 28 — Red bean casserole, bread and butter, veggies, fruit, dessert Friday, March 29 — Soup, chef’s choice, dessert News from our gift shop — Spring is just around the corner. New items will be added often. Easter items are available new this week...

  • Hogan, Daniels each receive $1,500 Youth Serve scholarships

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    Press release HELENA — The Governor’s Office of Community Service, Reach Higher Montana, and Montana Campus Compact are announced that some local students are among the 100 Montana high school seniors who have been awarded Youth Serve Montana Scholarships. Harlem High School student Marie Hogan and Havre High School student Maggie Daniels were among the students receiving a $1,500 Youth Serve Montana Scholarship for serving 100 or more hours. This scholarship is offered in two awards, $1,000 for 50-99 hours of service and...

  • Blue Ponies seeking sunny days on the tennis court

    Updated Mar 22, 2024

    By Havre Daily Staff Last tennis season was a tough one for the Havre Blue Ponies, and first-year head coach Jeff Miller. First, there was brutal winter weather that just wouldn't go away, putting the Ponies way behind from the get-go. Then, there was the monumental coaching change at HHS, as Miller took over for his former head coach George Ferguson, who retired from HHS tennis after 20 years at the helm. Needless to say, none of it was easy for Miller. However, as spring...

  • Havre tracksters poised for big things this season

    George Ferguson|Updated Mar 22, 2024

    The Havre High track and field program has been growing every year under head coach Kari Filius. And the Blue Ponies are hoping this spring is the culmination of all that growth as the Ponies are loaded on both teams. The HHS girls team is led by a talented group of returns in all events, including Clara Haslem, Britton Elliot, Clara Laird and Kyanna Jarvis as seniors. Junior Macee May and sprinter Kaydence Reieter will also be huge point-getters for the Ponies, as will...

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