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Articles from the March 23, 2020 edition

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Closures, safety measures, pile up in wake of coronavirus pandemic

Much has happened in north-central Montana - and the rest of the state, and the country, and the world - in the past week in response to the novel coronavirus 2019 pandemic. Gov. Steve Bullock...

 

A STAMPEDE UNLIKE ANY OTHER

Dominance is a strong word in the world of sports and is not taken lightly. A team has to earn the title of dominance through a lot of hard work and climbing the ladder of success. Often times, those...

 

Havre Youth Baseball adjusts to COVID-19 crisis

More and more sports continue to be affected by the spreading and growing COVID-19 crisis in the United States, and while winter gives way to spring, and eventually summer, the biggest sport of 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...

 

Triangle closing offices to public, continues to provide services

Press release Triangle Communications CEO and General Manager Craig Gates said Friday in a letter to the members of the cooperative that its office will be closed to the public starting this week. In light of the recent global pandemic declared by...

 

We can all stick together through the crisis

Havre is a place we are proud to call home, where we enjoy spending our time and giving back to our community. We have been a part of many community activities and we are always willing to help when we can. We’ve been in your community for more...

 

Lands Council offers help on managing beavers in Beaver Creek Park

The Lands Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Spokane, Washington. We are dedicated to the preservation and protection of forests, water and wildlife in the Inland Northwest. Since 1984, The Lands Council has been a community...

 

Rallying together as Montanans in times of crisis

Montanans are no strangers to challenging and unprecedented times. In 2017, we tackled the most expensive fire season on record and the largest since the big burn of 1910. Through economic downturns, we have made sacrifices in order to help...

 

Letter to the Editor - Stick to the facts while dealing with COVID-19

I am appalled the Havre Daily News chose to run Ann Coulter’s xenophobic, racist rant. This rhetoric is not harmless. It incites fear and hate and is the last thing we need when facing a crisis. Unfortunately, anti-Asian sentiment is already on...

 

Letter to the Editor - Our commodity markets are broken

During this crisis the American people instinctively knew what they needed: food. News showed empty store shelves as politicians warned not to hoard and promised plenty of food. If our market system were functioning, demand would increase the value...

 

For the Record, March 23, 2020

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a report made at 8:44 a.m. Friday from a U.S. Highway 2 East business that a trailer had been vandalized. -- Officers investigated a report made at 11:44...

 

All 56 Montana counties eligible for SBA coronavirus funding

Note: This was provided by the offices of Sens. Jon Tester and Steve Daines Montana’s U.S. senators announced over the weekend that all Montana counties are eligible for additional funding under the Small Business Administration’s Economic...

 

Obituary - Ethel Mae Couch

Ethel Mae Couch, a lifetime resident of Havre, went to her homecoming in heaven with Jesus March 18, 2020, at Northern Montana Care Center. She was just 22 days from her 100th birthday on April 9. Memorial services will be held at Fifth Avenue...

 

Havre Police Department closed to walk-in traffic

The Havre Police Department announced on its Facebook page the department is closed to walk-in traffic and people are asked to call the department at 265-4361 for assistance....

 

Rocky Boy Elementary learning packets, distance learning packet pickup schedule set

Rocky Boy Elementary School Principal Clintanna Colliflower notified students and parents of the school that pre-kindergarten through second grade students at the school will have learning packets...

 

Rocky Boy implementing entry checkpoints, screening, curfew

The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation announced in a post on the tribe's Facebook page that the Rocky Boy Police Department will be implementing checkpoints at the entrances to...

 
 By Press Release    Local    March 23, 2020

Montana USDA service centers take precautions to reduce spread of coronavirus

U.S. Department of Agriculture service centers are encouraging visitors to take proactive protective measures to help prevent the spread of coronavirus and are taking steps to do so. USDA Service...

 

Angel Care offering shopping services

Angel Care LLC announced on its Facebook page that it will be offering free shopping services to the community's elderly members and people with underlying diseases that have a higher risk of...

 

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