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Articles from the April 3, 2017 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 3, 2017

Blue Ponies start strong on the track

The Havre High track teams got their seasons underway Saturday in Lewistown at the Central Montana Invitational and had some good performances from both the boys and girls teams. The Central Montana...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 3, 2017

HHS gains experience in Great Falls

The Havre High softball team opened its season Saturday at the Great Falls Jamboree and despite going winless against some difficult competition, the Blue Ponies are pleased with the results. “We ha...

 

Obituary: Mary Ann Peterson

Mary Ann Peterson, 77, passed away March 28, 2017, after a long battle with multiple sclerosis. Mary Ann was born in Havre, Montana, June 24, 1939, to Woodrow "Mac" and Ann (Bolta) McLain. She... Full story

 

For the Record, April 3, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers assisted a citizen after a  caller asked to speak to an officer about a juvenile Friday at 12:54 p.m. —— Officers investigated a theft report after someone reported at the police department Friday at 4 p.m. that...

 

Time to place health care on sustainable path

True health care reform will require more than partisan ideologies. Our state and federal leaders need to be reminded that polarized objectives will always fall short of collaborative solutions based on expert recommendations from those who work in...

 

Our View - Legislature needs to pass museum, infrastructure bonding bills

The sad legislative story of the Montana Historical Society Museum goes back to before Montana was a state — though the story wasn’t sad then. The Montana Historical Society was chartered by the Territorial Legislature in 1865, 24 years before Mo...

 

Montana should bet on blackjack

In 1981, North Dakota’s gambling industry experienced a sudden boom. The state began raking in gambling tax revenue, which was pledged to charities and non-profit organizations. And while the gamblers would of course get to keep their winnings,...

 

Registration open for Autism Awareness Walk on April 22

Havre Daily News staff Quality Life Concepts has invited people to register for its Second Annual Autism Awareness Fun Run, Walk and Stroller Roll, set for Saturday, April 22. People are invited to come dressed as their favorite super hero and...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 3, 2017

Voices of the Hi-Line brings international poetry to Havre

Montana State University-Northern will mark national poetry Month Tuesday with Voices of the Hi-Line, an international poetry reading event starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Northern’s Little Theater in Cowan Hall. Director of the Office of Diversity...

 

FWP seeking Fresno WMA draft management plan comments

from Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks is seeking public comment on a draft management plan for the Fresno Reservoir Wildlife Management Area. The comment period will run from March 29 through April 27. The Fresno Reservoir...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 3, 2017

Zinke tapped as Northern graduation speaker

The first Montanan presidential cabinet member will address Montana State University-Northern's class of 2017 at its graduation next month. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke will be the...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 3, 2017

Salvation Army in financial straits

Havre’s Salvation Army is going through a financial crisis, Social Services Director Trina Crawford said. “We are $5,000 down from this time last year with the needs greater than before,” Crawford said Sunday in an email. The money shortage,...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 3, 2017

Powwows continue to be tradition for Lamebull family

Mike Lamebull has gone to powwows throughout his life, and he continued the tradition this past Saturday when he was at the 41st Annual Montana State University-Northern Sweetgrass Society Powwow...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 3, 2017

Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line shows 'Screenagers'

Havre’s Boys & Girls Club is bringing a movie to town Wednesday that looks at a common question in the digital age: How much time is too much for children and youths to spend looking at a screen? Gal Phillips, development director at Boys & Girls...

 

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