Havre Daily News - News you can use

Articles from the March 27, 2019 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 21 of 21



 By Derek Hann    Local    March 27, 2019

Speaker sets two Havre presentations on suicide and self-esteem for Friday

Globally known speaker and author Ganel-Lyn Condie will be holding two separate presentations in Havre Friday to raise awareness about suicide and self-esteem. Condie will be speaking at the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line Teen Center at 4 p.m. and...

 

2019 Havre Daily All Hi-Line Boys Team

There's never a shortage of talent when it comes to boys basketball on the Hi-Line and team success, and the annual Havre Daily News All Hi-Line Team supports that thought. And in 2019, the talent...

 

NRCS Montana Sets April 19 Funding Application Deadline for Easement Program

From U.S. Natural Resources and Conservation Service BOZEMAN — The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montana is accepting applications for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program Wetlands Reserve Easements.   While NRCS...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    March 27, 2019

Tester said he has a better perspective after visiting southern border

After a trip to the southern border, Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said he has a new understanding of the issues the country faces with border security. "This overall experience that I have had on the...

 

Preschool screenings set for April 11 in Gildford

To parents of preschool children in the North Star and Cottonwood School Districts and Gildford, East End and Hilldale colonies who would like to have them participate in a free Early Childhood Screening, it has been set for:   Date: Thursday,...

 

Grant writing workshop offered in Chinook

Press release Blaine County Montana State University Extension and Triangle Communications are offering a free basic grant-writing workshop in Chinook. People and nonprofit organizations interested in learning about grant seeking and proposal...

 

Commerce publishes Indian Country Guide to grow tribal tourism

From Montana Department of Commerce HELENA — The Department of Commerce has published a new visitor guide to Indian Country, an early success of the recently formed Indian Country Tourism Region. The department’s latest project to grow tribal...

 

'Big Sky Reads' stipends available for Montana book clubs

From Humanites Montana The Montana Center for the Book supports public book clubs in rural areas that engage in deeper, thought-provoking discussions about literature. The Big Sky Reads program, now in its second year, provides $500 stipends to book...

 

Indie-genous Film Festival set for Saturday at MSU

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — The Society of American Indian Graduate Students at Montana State University will host its third annual Indie-genous Film Festival Saturday in the Procrastinator Theater inside MSU’s Strand Union Building. The event...

 

Montana's congressional delegation announces annual 'Academy Days'

(U.S. Congress) — For Montana students interested in attending one of America’s prestigious military academies, U.S. Sens. Jon Tester and Steve Daines and Congressman Greg Gianforte have announced the dates and times of their annual Academy and...

 

MSU to offer summer writing camp for students grades 5 through 12

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Registration is now open for Montana State University’s Youth Writing Camp to be held July 8-12 on the MSU campus. The workshop, hosted by the Yellowstone Writing Project, is not held in a traditional classroom...

 

Letter to the Editor - Appalled by Tester's vote

An open letter to Sen. Tester: I am appalled and deeply disappointed to learn of your vote against a bill that would provide life-giving care to survivors of abortion. If one were to consider the reality of a newborn left to die — regardless how...

 

'Save the Cowboy, Stop the APR!' What does this mean? Pt. 1

Editor’s note: This is the first part of an editorial discussing American Prairie Reserve’s stated goal of assembling private land in the Northern Great Plains north of the C.M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge that can be managed with public...

 

Senate bill can preserve our individual and collective history

Passage of Senate Bill 338, the Montana Museums Act of 2020, is very important to all of Montana by providing a thoughtful and financially responsible way for us to preserve our history from the local to the state level. History is important. To...

 

Labor announces $150,000 in apprenticeship grants

From Department of Labor Montana Department of Labor Commissioner Galen Hollenbaugh announced Monday that the Montana Registered Apprenticeship Program will award more than $150,000 in grants to assist businesses and educators in creating new...

 

Agenda - Hill County Weed Board agenda

Hill County Weed Board will meet March 29 at 11 a.m. at the Hill County Shop. • Call to order: Minutes • Public comment • Correspondence • Unfinished business: Spring coordinator meeting • New business: Budget; purchase orders; grants;...

 

Boys & Girls Club finishes construction of bus garage

As part of the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line's strategic plan for 2017, the club has completed building a bus garage and is providing daily bus service for children. "Just, really, being able...

 

For the Record, March 27, 2019

Havre Police Department Joseph Dale Onco of Havre, 20, was arrested on a state District Court warrant and a Justice or City court warrant, as well as charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    March 27, 2019

Legislature proposes diverting local funds to public defender's office

A proposal in the Montana Legislature would divert funds from counties across Montana and put them into the state Office of the Public Defender, through an amendment attached to HB 2. Office of Public Defender Director Rhonda Schaffer said the...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 27, 2019

Big Sandy Creek reaching flood levels

While not yet anything close to the flooding that hit the area last year or in other parts of Montana this year, officials report that streams in this part of the state are starting to overflow. Hill County Disaster and Emergency Services...

 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019