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Articles from the April 4, 2016 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 4, 2016

Havre High track teams get off to good start

On the first Saturday in April, the Havre High track teams took part in their first action of the season and for once, they were blessed with some decent weather. The conditions were good for Havre...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 4, 2016

Anti-vaccine doctor speaks out in Havre

Dr. Jerry Taylor of Havre has been around long enough to know his anti-vaccine stance might earn him the "crazy" label and he said he's fine with that. "I'm not here to convince anybody. I share...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 4, 2016

Pony netters go unbeaten

The Havre High tennis teams took to the court for their first duals of the young season, and both the Blue Pony girls and boys left the Conrad Invitational undefeated. Saturday in Conrad, the Pony...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 4, 2016

Ponies make debut

The Havre High softball team got its season underway Saturday in Great Falls at the Great Falls Jamboree and even though Havre lost more games than it won, it was still a positive experience. The...

 
 By Ila McClenahan    Local    April 4, 2016

Wisdom & Grace: A dream come true

A dream come true. A dream come true. That’s what happened to me a couple of weekends ago. Something that I thought would never be possible for me again … happened. I rode a horse. After three...

 

Correction - Mayor's Day Clean-Up

In a front page story in Wednesday’s edition of the Havre Daily News, AmeriCorps service member Alex Jones’s position was misreported.... Full story

 

Correction - Gorman obituary

The funeral home misspelled the name of Margaret Gorman in an obituary on Page A5 of Friday’s edition of the Havre Daily News.... Full story

 

For the Record, April 4, 2016

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a report of theft after a caller reported to the police department Friday at 9:24 a.m. that pills were taken from his vehicle. —— Leroy Michael Stiffarm, 50, of Havre was arrested on three Justice or...

 

Guest column: Montana's energy jobs are in jeopardy

Made-in-Montana energy means good Montana jobs that on average pay two to three times more than the state average. Montana’s ability to create more good-paying energy jobs is immense — in fact, our state leads the nation in coal deposits. We are...

 

Camping club about to start the season

Blue Horizon Senior Camping Club will be meeting Saturday at noon at North Central Senior Center for dinner. Cost is $10 per person. New members for 2016 are encouraged and wanted, members said. The club’s outdoor camping begins May 10-12 at...

 

Customs and Border Protection announces Explorer Program

From Customs and Border Protection U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations has announced the initiation of a Law Enforcement Explorer Program at the Sweetgrass, Montana Port of Entry. The Area Port of Sweetgrass will be hosting...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    April 4, 2016

Border Patrol HQ set to reopen

Border Patrol administrative operations will be ready to resume at the Havre Sector Headquarters the week of April 11. Regional Public Affairs Officer Sally Mayberry said the Havre Sector Headquarters and the annex are free of lead. “We’ve had...

 

Bear Paw Development has $21.7 million impact on region in 2015

Press release Bear Paw Development Corp. recently released its Annual Report for 2015, which chronicles the impact the nonprofit economic and community development organization had on its region of...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 4, 2016

House candidate Hutchinson unveils plans before Pachyderms

Darrold Hutchinson is a renaissance man of sorts. He has been a teacher, farmer, business owner, aviator and aerial firefighter. Now he hopes to add state lawmaker to his already eclectic resume....

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    April 4, 2016

Cleaning up the town

A small crowd gathered at Town Square in downtown Havre Saturday morning with equipment in hand to spruce up 1st Street. They were from AmeriCorps, the nationwide group. AmeriCorps sends it members...

 

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