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Articles from the April 12, 2019 edition

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 By Larry Lease    Local    April 12, 2019

IGA evacuated after report of smoke filling store

Havre Fire Department and the Havre Police Department responded to a report of smoke at Gary & Leo's Fresh Foods Thursday that led the store's evacuation. Police officers and store management...

 

Havre Northstars spring into a new season

The Havre Northstars American Legion baseball team is hoping to start their 2019 season this Sunday in Lewistown and for the second straight year, they will start with a new manager. But while Patch...

 

Blue Ponies ready to roar

The season has started about as well as anyone could have expected for the Havre High girls track team, which is seeking its fourth-straight team title at its home meet this Saturday. The Blue Ponies...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    April 12, 2019

Park committee focusing on upgrading park area

Editor’s note: This version corrects that the grant proposal is only in planning stages and still has to be presented to the Hill County Park Board for approval, that the committee does not spend anything as it is an advisory committee and that Lou...

 

Pastor's Corner: Holy Week 2019

In the Roman Catholic faith we begin Holy Week on Psalm Sunday the Sunday before Easter. We are all invited to take full part in the celebration of the Lord’s Paschal Mystery with the following words: “Dear brothers and sisters, since the...

 

Out Our Way: The dude at the H-O - Luke 18:9-14

Out our way, most folks who look like cowboys probably are. Even exceptions like me — an amateur greenhorn — have chaps that are discolored and scratched up from working cows in the thickets, boots well-broken-in from hours of riding and a...

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, comfort and safety, that’s our motto. It’s so easy to hide our heads in the sand, pretending there are no problems. We’re like everyone else, aren’t we, Lord, wanting to wash our hands of the whole affair. One chap with that...

 

Nash Fung performing magic at Northern

Havre Daily News staff A man hailed as an innovator in the field of magic "who routinely creates never-before-seen illusions" is performing in Havre Wednesday courtesy of the Montana State...

 

Senior Center News, April 12, 2019

North Central Senior Citizens Center, April 15-19 Monday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; bingo at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m; TOPS at 8 a.m..; Walmart...

 

Edmonds earns degree from WGU

From Western Governors University SALT LAKE CITY — Christina Edmonds of Havre has received her Bachelor of Arts in special education from Western Governors University The online, nonprofit university held its 67th (Austin, Texas); 68th...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    April 12, 2019

Hi-Line Living: Harvesting a farmer's wisdom

Farmer and businessman Bob Quinn said that in 1978, when he returned home from California to the family farm in Big Sandy with his with his wife and children, he simply intended to make a living on hi...

 

Celebrating History: Elections and a Havre soldier's story

By Emily Mayer Election results, meeting secrets and news from one of Havre’s doughboys were all in the April 12, 1919, edition of The Havre Plaindealer. Let’s start with those election results for the Havre city council and school district. Phil...

 

Watercraft inspection season underway in Montana

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Boaters anxious to get on the water after a long, cold winter are reminded to ensure their watercraft are Clean, Drained and Dry to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Montana remains vigilante in stopping th...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    April 12, 2019

View from the North 40: The news is falling my way today

For the record, I don’t need anyone to applaud me or approve of the way I negotiate life for me to feel validated, but sometimes that kind of support makes me want to laugh like a jerk, “haaaa haaa hah!” while pointing my bust-a-cap fingers in...

 

Earth Day should inspire us to recycle

The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. The passage of the landmark Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species...

 

For the Record, April 12, 2019

Havre Police Department Officers made an arrest on Fifth Street Thursday at 8:20 a.m. and Michael James Gregori, named in the dispatch log as being involved in the call, was listed in the jail roster...

 

Milk River Watershed Alliance meeting in Havre

The Milk River Watershed Alliance Quarterly Board Meeting is set for Wednesday at 10 am at the Duck Inn in Havre.  For information call Deb Clayton at 717-514-7623. The Milk River Watershed Alliance is a locally led organization of Conservation...

 

Obituary - Gloria Leeds

Gloria Leeds of Havre, 65, passed away due to natural causes, on Thursday,  April 11, 2019, at  Northern Montana Hospital, surrounded by her loving family.  Cremation has taken place and a celebration of Gloria’s life will be held at a later...

 

Obituary - Alan O. Schubert

Alan O. Schubert, formerly of Great Falls, MT, passed away peacefully among the love of family on the evening of April 1st in Billings, MT. He was born on May 15, 1930, to Oliver W. and Marie (Roth)...

 

Obituary - Don Harshman

Don Harshman, 89, quietly passed away from natural causes on April 2, 2019, surrounded by family members at his home in Chinook. He was the last of the many children in the blended families of Albert...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    April 12, 2019

Questions raised about road restrictions at MDT meeting

Hill County Commissioner Mark Peterson and Havreite Bob Sivertsen asked Thursday at a Montana Department of Transportation meeting with local officials if counties could put weight restrictions on county roads. “We are going to look at it, talk...

 
 By Larry Lease    Local    April 12, 2019

Havre local group participating in 6K for Water walk

Six kilometers is the average distance women and children in the developing world walk for water that is often unsafe to drink, World Vision reports. Havre resident April Taber has launched her own team that will walk the six kilometers May 4 as...

 

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