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Articles from the April 8, 2019 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 8, 2019

Havre lawmaker says revenue could cause special session

A Havre lawmaker said declines in projected revenue could require the state Legislature to once again go into a special session. “My understanding is revenue projections are down and if (Legislative Fiscal Division) doesn’t accept those revenue...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 8, 2019

A Pony tennis weekend to remember

Heading into this weekend, Havre High head tennis coach George Ferguson said that the Havre Invitational was going to be special. And over the course of two days on their home courts, the Blue Ponies...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 8, 2019

Lights make plays in first spring scrum

Spring football is about halfway over for the Montana State University-Northern Lights and Friday night, they put their work to the test with a short scrimmage. The Lights took to the MSU-N practice...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    April 8, 2019

Melle talks about child support legislation

Editor’s note: This version corrects how much Andrea Melle earns working for St. Jude Thaddeus Church. While high school graduation may feel exciting to some, Havreite Andrea Melle, divorced mother...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 8, 2019

Blue Pony girls tops in Choteau, for a third straight win

Behind a total of five first-place finishes, the Havre High girls track team won its third straight track meet to open the season, edging Fairfield by one point to take home the Choteau Acantha...

 

Reducing hours of the Montana-Canadian ports will hurt Montana

I attended the Town Hall meetings at Plentywood to discuss hour reduction at the U.S. Port of Raymond-Regway Canadian Port of which is a 24-hour commercial port. The proposed hours of operation would be from 6 a.m. to midnight. Canada — Regway...

 

Problems with Medicaid expansion, bonding bills in Legislature

This past week, the Montana House of Representatives passed both House Bill 652, the Long-Range Bonding bill, and House Bill 658, the Medicaid Expansion bill. The Bonding bill passed the floor with 68 yes votes and 30 no votes, and the Medicaid...

 

Letter to the Editor - What comes around goes around

Editor, To the person, out at Walmart, who picked up an envelope full of cash: it belonged to an elderly lady on disability. You should have turned it in. You should be ashamed of yourself. What comes around goes around. Susie Webb...

 

Fresno Chapter of Walleyes give wake-up call

From Fresno Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited The Annual Fresno Chapter Walleye’s Unlimited Banquet is back in action Saturday, April 13, at the Havre Ice Dome. The doors open at 4:30 p.m. with early bird drawings beginning at 5 and dinner at 6:30....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 8, 2019

Graduation photos, information sought for special publication

The Havre Daily News is calling out for photos and information for a special section on graduation this spring. Graduating seniors are asked to email their photos, name and school to [email protected] Photos and information must be...

 

Obituary - Robert Henry Stump III

Robert Henry Stump III, age 32, passed away at home on Friday, April 5, 2019. A wake was held Friday, April 5, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. and continued until his funeral Saturday, April 6, 2019, at 10:00... Full story

 

Correction - Fort Belknap, Hill County Commission discuss water compact

A front-page story in Friday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about the Fort Belknap Indian Community Council and Hill County Commission discussing the Fort Belknap water compact included information that was misreported at the meeting. The... Full story

 

For the Record, April 8, 2019

Havre Police Department A summons was issued after a caller at U.S. Highway 2 West business reported a marijuana smell Friday at 11:11 a.m. -- A Child and Family Service caller reported a complaint Fr...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    April 8, 2019

Montana drug users managing to avoid serious jail time

Laws in Montana are managing to let drug users avoid serious jail sentences, Tri-Agency Task Force supervisor C.J. Reichelt said Friday. Reichelt was speaking about drug issues facing the Hi-Line at the monthly North Central Pachyderm Club meeting...

 

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