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Articles from the April 27, 2018 edition

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Ponies look to keep rolling at home

The Havre High softball team might be sitting at 1-3 in the Central A conference, but that doesn't necessarily mean the Blue Ponies are in a bad position. In fact, thanks to a recent win over...

 

Pony tennis teams head to Glendive

May is almost here, and for the Havre High tennis teams, that means it's crunch time. And crunch time also means a busy schedule with a lot of tennis matches. The middle of that schedule has the Blue...

 

HHS thinclads looking to hit their stride at tough Whitefish meet

After getting most of their early-season track meets delayed, both the Havre High track teams have been busy and they will stay that way with another meet this weekend in Whitefish. Both Blue Pony...

 

Out Our Way: Whose brand?

Out our way, we usually have fenced pastures and the stock stay together. But come Labor Day the land around Beaver Creek becomes open range and although herds still tend to stay together, there are...

 

The Scriptures on Finances - Invest in people to glorify God

This week we continue to look at material from the book “Never Enough?” by Ron Blue with Karen Guess. Matthew 19:23-26 And Jesus said to His disciples, “Truly I say to you, it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I say...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

You know, Lord, May Day is a public holiday that’s usually celebrated the first day of May. It’s an ancient northern hemisphere spring festival — that’s what we learned when we were kids in school. Back then dances, singing and cake were a...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 27, 2018

Hi-Line Living: Stone Child College: Helping students step up and forward

Peggy Aquino moved with her husband and two sons in 1997 from California to Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation. An enrolled member of the Chippewa Cree tribe, she grew up in California but as a child...

 

Senior Center News, April 27, 2018

North Central Senior Citizens Center, April 30 through May 4 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.;...

 

Top performers at 47th Annual SkillsUSA state conference listed

Editor’s note: The Havre Daily News ran the list of local winners from this year’s annual SkillsUSA conference, but at the request of local readers is running the entire list of winners. —— For the 46th straight year this year, Montana State...

 

Havre and the War Involving World

Editor's note: This is the third in a series of three articles by Keith Doll. The first ran in the Havre Daily News Dec. 28 and the second Feb. 2. In Havre, the celebration started as soon as the...

 

Celebrating History: Plant spuds to fight the kaiser

By Emily Mayer Congress had finalized draft regulations regarding its quotas for draftees to be sent to training to go fight the Great War. In an article on the front page of The Havre Plaindealer’s April 27, 1918 edition, stated the change was ...

 

Cottonwood planting set in the Missouri Breaks monument

Press release The Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument and the Bureau of Land Management have invited people to join the sixth annual cottonwood planting event in the Upper Missouri River Breaks monument. This year the plantings will take place...

 

NAMI Havre slates events in Mental Health Awareness Month

Press release In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month, NAMI Havre, the local organization of National Alliance on Mental Illness, is holding several events to inform people about NAMI and to try to stomp out stigma. NAMI Havre is a nonprofit o...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    April 27, 2018

View from the North 40: Goodbye Brock Creek Road, farewell Garrison Junction

Some moments, those profound life moments, come at you like a truck wreck in the making, in slow motion, from a few miles out. You always knew that the road would be slick ahead, but you thought it wouldn’t happen for many miles. You thought...

 

A healthier Montana means a healthier workforce

We can’t have a competitive workforce without a healthy workforce. And a healthy workforce depends on the individual health of each of its citizens. Until recently, too many of our fellow Montanans lived each day knowing that access to health care...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission

Monday 9 a.m. — Payroll approval 11 a.m. — Building Manager meeting 1 p.m. — Claims approval 2 p.m. — Lieutenant governor meeting Tuesday 10:30 a.m. — Weekly Road Department meeting Wednesday 1 p.m. — Pre-Bid meeting for Phase 2 of the...

 

Obituary - Martha "Nana" Finch Bonebright

Martha “Nana” Finch Bonebright, 98, passed away peacefully April 18, 2018. Services are scheduled for Monday, April 30, at 1 p.m. to be held at Van Orsdel United Methodist Church, 410 Fifth Ave., Havre. Burial will follow at Kuper Cemetery in... Full story

 

Obituary - Earl Benjamin Bahr

Earl Bahr of Chinook, Montana, 95, peacefully joined our Lord April 24, 2018, at the Sweet Nursing Home surrounded by his family.  He was preceded in death by the love of his life, Geraldine Bahr;... Full story

 

Obituary - Maxine Naber

Maxine Naber of Havre, 99, passed away Wednesday morning, April 25, 2018, at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook, MT, due to natural causes. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday,... Full story

 

Obituary - Ada A. Thiles Mesenbrink

Ada A. Thiles Mesenbrink died peacefully at Northern Montana Health Care April 26, 2018. He local family includes her daughter Ilene Parsons and grandchildren Bobbi (Mike) Swinney, Tina (Kevin) Tweeten and Craig Parsons. Services will be held later... Full story

 

Obituary - Barbara Lee (Daniel) Henry

Barbara Lee (Daniel) Henry, 70, passed peacefully of natural causes in the early morning of April 17, 2018, with her partner of 42 years, Larry Wynia, by her side. She requested her remains to be cremated. Services will be Monday, April 30, 2018, 1... Full story

 

For the Record, April 27, 2018

Havre Police Department A summons was issued Thursday at 12:03 p.m. on 18th Street after a vehicle stop. No other details were provided. —— Officers investigated a Thursday 12:15 p.m. fraud report from 14th Street relating to a contractor being...

 

Park Board committee works on 2018-19 budget

Hill County Park Board’s Finance and Planning Committee met Thursday evening to discuss and vote on the 2018-19 proposed budget. Hill County Clerk and Recorder Susan Armstrong attended the meeting to provide the numbers from the 2016-17 and...

 

Health Department and Weather Service set weather spotter training

Area residents who would like to help their community in any kind of extreme weather event will have the chance to participate in a weather spotter training class next week. National Weather Service Great Falls will be holding Weather Spotter...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 27, 2018

Dog park proposed for Havre

A local dog owner has taken to Facebook to rally support for creating a dog park in Havre. In an April 19 post in the Facebook group Havre Questions, Concerns & Comments Jenn Archibald asked if anyone had seriously thought about creating a dog park....

 

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