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Articles from the April 11, 2024 edition

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  • Save the Pronto Pup fundraiser set for April 18

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Apr 12, 2024

    Editor’s note: This version corrects the date in the headline. The Havre Lions Club Save the Pronto Pup Pint Night will be at Triple Dog Brewing Company 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 18, as a fundraiser to help the organization pay for a new fire suppression system in their booth at the Great Northern Fairgrounds. Lions Club member Jim Bennett said they recently found out that their booth is out of compliance and they want to keep it open and selling their famous Pronto Pups during the fair, but it’s likely to be an exp... Full story

  • Box Elder Schools closed today to clean possible contamination

    Tim Leeds|Updated Apr 12, 2024

    Box Elder Schools issued a notice Thursday evening that the schools will be closed today while a foreign substance found in the school will be removed and the schools searched for any other possible contamination. The release just said a foreign substance was found Thursday afternoon and the school will be closed to ensure complete removal of the substance before students and staff return to the facility. The school administration will be working with local officials to... Full story

  • For the Record, April 11, 2024

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    Havre Police Department A written or verbal warning was issued after a 6:15 a.m. Wednesday caller asked officers to perform a welfare check on someone on U.S. Highway 2 West. -- Officers searched for but couldn't find individuals a 7:31 a.m. Wednesday caller thought were doing drugs in the Third Street alley. -- Officers performed a welfare check on Third Street after a Wednesday 7:39 a.m. call from Great Falls 911 dispatcher. -- A vehicle theft was reported in the Havre area...

  • Quick pics: No precip predicted until next week

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

  • New walking trail being constructed on Saddle Butte

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Apr 11, 2024

    After years of work, Havre Trails, Hill County, Montana Land Reliance and the Lieberg family have established the necessary easements to allow for the creation of a new hiking trail at the south end of Saddle Butte, which could be open as soon as this summer. Havre Trails President Lindsey Brandt-Bennett said the trail will be about 1.75 miles long starting about a fifth of a mile east of where pavement currently ends on Bullhook Road, though they may expand the trail with more loops in the future. Brandt-Bennett said the Lie...

  • Obituary - Einar R. Fugelseth

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    Einar R. Fugelseth, 91, passed away due to natural causes Friday, April 5, 2024. Cremation has taken place, and no services are planned at this time. Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. Please visit Einar's online memorial page to send a card or leave a message of condolence for his family at . Einar was born June 20, 1932, in Halliday, ND, to Magnus and Mary (Sabins) Fuglseth. He was raised on the family farm... Full story

  • Library closing April 19-20 to accept award

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    Havre Daily News staff The Havre-Hill County Library will be closed Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20, so that the staff can attend the Montana Library Association Awards Banquet, where they will be receiving the award for Outstanding Support Staff of the Year. “Thank you for your understanding,” the library staff said in a press release. Regular hours will resume Monday, April 22. The regular hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m....

  • BLM seeks public input on Little Rockies Forest Health Project

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    Bureau of Land Management planners invite public input as they develop plans for multiple fuels treatments and forest health projects to occur within a large area of the Little Rocky Mountains outside of the communities of Zortman and Landusky. The Little Rockies Forest Health Project is part of the BLM’s ongoing commitment to keep public lands healthy and accessible by improving forest conditions and minimizing the threat of catastrophic wildfire. A public open house meeting to initiate public scoping for this project is s...

  • Chippewa Cree, Little Shell receive housing grants through Stockman Bank

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    Press release Stockman Bank, a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, has announced that 11 Montana organizations including the Chippewa Cree Housing Authority on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation and the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana were chosen to receive Competitive Affordable Housing Program grants totaling $920,000 dollars, to help Montana families find a safe and affordable place to call home. Chippewa Cree Housing Authority and the Little Shell each are receiving $80,000 through the p...

  • MSU-N wrestler NaKoda Siegel is a Sullivan Award Finalist

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    The Hi-Line has always been well-represented on the Little Sullivan Award list over the years, and 2024 is no exception. Among the men's finalists for the 2024 Little Sullivan Award, announced recently, is Montana State University-Northern senior wrestler NaKoda Currier (Siegel). He was an All-American wrestler for the Lights, of head coach Tyson Thivierge, and a former standout from Colstrip. Currier (Siegel) joins KC Buday, Great Falls, Providence wrestling; Brody Grebe,...

  • Blue Ponies blast Cowgirls in home-opener

    George Ferguson|Updated Apr 11, 2024

    The Havre High softball team had to wait a few extra days, but, the wait was worth it. On Tuesday afternoon, the Blue Ponies made their home debut when they crushed the Miles City Cowgirls 12-2 in their home-opener at the Sixth Avenue Memorial Field. The win improved Havre, under head coach Tonny Vigliotti, to 3-0 on the young season, and also served as an exciting first home game for the Blue Ponies. And Havre wasted little time in jumping all over Miles City as the Ponies...

  • Havre High netters head to Cut Bank for big duals

    George Ferguson|Updated Apr 11, 2024

    The Havre High tennis teams have a big weekend ahead - for a number of reasons. When the Blue Ponies play in Cut Bank Friday and Saturday at the Class A Duals, it will be just their third event of a season that's already a third of the way over. And considering Havre doesn't have an event on the calendar next weekend, the reps the Ponies will get in Cut Bank this weekend will be huge. Add to that, Havre will be battling four Class A rivals this weekend in Cut Bank, as the...

  • Stockman Bank ranked in top 50 US community banks

    Updated Apr 11, 2024

    Press release Stockman Bank has been recognized by S&P Global Market Intelligence as one of the top 50 best-performing U.S. community banks of 2023 among banks with $3 billion to $10 billion in assets. S&P Global Market Intelligence ranks institutions based on returns, growth and funding but places a premium on the strength and risk profile of balance sheets. The rankings were launched in 2011 to assess the performance of community banks. “This recognition reflects not only our exemplary financial performance, but the d...