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Articles from the August 6, 2015 edition

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Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Max Olson, Havre Youth Soccer

British Soccer Camp gives local players a chance to keep learning Soccer is a game that is becoming more and more appealing to today's youth and that growth was shown just this week in Havre as 41...

 

3rd Avenue closed due to water main break

City workers were working to turn off water that was bubbling through the asphalt and sidewalks on 3rd Avenue. The Masonic Lodge's basement was fairly flooded by the time the workers turned off the...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    August 6, 2015

Judge, council conflict cools down

Havre city officials are attempting to calm down a dispute between the city judge and City Council members after a tense session Monday night. City Judge Virginia Seigel lit into the city...

 

Men's state fastpitch softball returns to Havre

The fall sports season is coming fast. But, before the summer ends, there is one more sports event on the summer calendar and that takes place this week as the Montana State Men's Fastpitch...

 

Ponies to play in all-star softball tourney

In just its second year in existence, a pair of Havre Blue Ponies will once again play in Montana’s premier girls fastpitch softball all-star tournament. The 2nd Annual Veterans Memorial Classic wil...

 

Cats, Griz ranked high in FCS Coaches Poll

The Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies were separated by just one spot in the Football Subdivision Championship rankings when they met last November in Missoula. Now, they’ll start the...

 

For the Record, Aug. 6, 2015

Havre Fire Department Officers investigated an 8:35 a.m. call Wednesday from a 2nd Street West business reporting someone had broken into a Dodge pickup truck and stolen the stereo. —— Officers investigated a report at the police station at 10...

 

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to senators for backing health care clinics

Editor: When we talk about health care, it’s important to remember that even though more Americans have health insurance coverage these days, millions of people still struggle to find a place to go for regular preventative care. A key part of the...

 

Letter Editor: Drinking shouldn't be allowed at Sounds on the Square

Editor: I have just finished reading the front page article on “Sounds on the Square drinking OK’d” (Havre Daily News, page 1, Wednesday, Aug. 5). Why must the good people of this community feel that alcohol must be present at every event we...

 

Looking Out My Back Door: The sky is falling - Where is the magic umbrella?

My friend Cheryl’s children are urging her and Dave to move right now from their long-time home in Tillamook, Oregon to the inland side of the Cascades. Why? Because they live at sea level between t...

 

Festival Days theme: Let's Celebrate Havre

Debbie Vandeberg Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Planning is underway for the 35th celebration of Havre Festival Days. The theme for this year's weekend is Let's Celebrate Havre. The weekend starts...

 

Havre High School sets registration

From Havre High School Havre High School will begin school Wednesday, Aug. 26. The first day of school will be the same as last year. Staff will be conducting a freshmen/new student orientation that will be held in the morning from 8:15 to 11:45...

 

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