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Blue Ponies anxious to play ball

Over the years, the Havre High softball team has enjoyed a fair amount of success. But the Blue Ponies have still fallen short of taking that next step to compete for state championships and that's...

 

George Ferguson Column: Our sports made a really bad winter much easier to take

It's ironic that, as I sit down to write this column, it's snowing outside. But, the fact is, April is almost here, and therefore it's time to close the book on another season of winter sports on the...

 

Hunter education classes offered across Region 6

Press release Additional Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for many areas across Region 6. All hunter education classes are free of charge. Many classes are being held prior to the May 1 application...

 

Bowhunter education class offered in Havre

Press release A Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Bowhunter Education course date has been set for the Havre area. A regular youth classroom course starts April 16, and an adult online “field day” course April 21. Archery hunters must have...

 

NRCS seeks partners for easement restoration

Press release BOZEMAN — USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is seeking assistance to complete restoration work of degraded wetlands, floodplains and forestlands. NRCS is requesting proposals from qualified individuals and organizations...

 

Local News - Buses not running Easter Monday

Havre Daily News Staff North Central Montana Transit buses will not run Easter Monday, April 2. The buses will resume their normal schedules Tuesday....

 

Local News - MAT seeking summer interns

Havre Daily News staff Montana Actors’ Theatre is looking for four college students who want to become interns for the troupe’s summer children’s programs. The interns oversee MAT’s youth programs including the touring KidsMAT Summer...

 

Discussion of 'Persopolis' tonight in Havre-Hill County Library

Havre Daily News staff The discussion of Marjane Satrapi’s “Persopolis” in the Havre-Hill County Library’s Winter Reading Series had been moved to tonight at 7 p.m. An earlier press release listing the date published in the Havre Daily News...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: My simple life in purple contemplation

This morning after Qi Gong, I told Jim, “I write my column today and my mind is blank. ” “Easy,” his reply. “Write about purple.” We were beneath the Jacaranda, which this week is a purple...

 

For the Record, March 29, 2018

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a two-vehicle crash reported on First Street West Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. —— Officers investigated a vehicle crash reported Wednesday at 2:59 p.m. at 13th Street and Hidden Valley Drive. ...

 

Obituary - Veronica Louise McGillivray Tabor

Veronica Louise McGillivray Tabor passed away March 24, 2018, following a long struggle with dementia/Alzheimer's. Veronica was born in Havre, Montana, Aug. 24, 1943. She was the eldest of four... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 29, 2018

Creeks receding in Hill, Blaine counties, more flooding expected in Chouteau

Flooding increased in Blaine County Wednesday, Hill County was near flooding on one road and flooding is expected to increase in Chouteau County through Friday, but as temperatures plunge, experts say, the chance of more flooding is likely to...

 

Court: Specifics needed to justify Montana meeting closures

HELENA (AP) — Montana’s government bodies and agencies must give some details about whose privacy rights they are protecting when justifying closing a meeting that would otherwise be open to the public, the state Supreme Court ruled. Justices in...

 

Stop the Bleed classes set all day Saturday

A certified trainer is holding a marathon session of classes Saturday to help people learn how to stop the No. 1 cause of death in a traumatic injury - bleeding. Dale Herd, physician assistant at...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    March 29, 2018

Charges against former tribal chair dismissed

Charges were dismissed without prejudice — meaning prosecutors could refile them — Tuesday in the case against former Chippewa Cree Tribal Chairman Kenneth Blatt St. Marks for allegedly violating an order of protection filed by his ex-wife. A...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 29, 2018

Havre ranked No. 1 worst-winter city in America

Havre won new honor and earned national attention this week, when Weather Channel listed it as having the worst winter so far in the country. “The number one slot goes to Havre Montana,” Weather Channel Meteorologist Danielle Banks said in a...

 

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