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Articles from the May 30, 2018 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local

Rob Cook stumps for PSC in Havre

Rob Cook, Republican Public Service Commision candidate for District 1, was in Havre Friday to speak to the North Central Pachyderm Club on his positions and goals for the PSC.... — Updated 11/6/2018

 By Derek Hann    Local

Rocky Boy starts 24/7 Sobriety Program

Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation has implemented the 24/7 Sobriety Program into its court system, making it the first reservation in the state to implement this program. Chris Wolf Chief, juvenile probation officer with the... — Updated 5/31/2018

 By Chris Peterson    Sports

Northstars enter busy stretch with a split

While many folks along the Hi-Line enjoyed their Memorial weekend, the Havre Northstars American Legion baseball team was busy, with a Northern A District doubleheader, on the... — Updated 5/30/2018

 By Ryan Welch    Local

Second-graders take a look at local wildlife and culture

A typical school day for a second-grader means classes, recess, lunch, more class and then a trip back home. Tuesday, however, students from Lincoln-McKinley Primary School changed... — Updated 5/30/2018

 By Kristen Takeuchi    Local

Former Northern student hopes paintings find a new home

Havreite Deanna Dee Rogers' paintings have graced the walls of Montana State University-Northern's Pin-n-Cue since she painted them in 2003, but now that the basement of the... — Updated 5/30/2018


Thanks for support during Mental Health Awareness Month

Editor, We would like to say thank you to the following people for their help during Mental Health Awareness Month. Tupperware, Christine Bass; Havre Daily News; Java Mamma, Cole Horinek and Kathleen Daniel; KOJM Radio; Gary &... — Updated 5/30/2018


For the Record, May 30, 2018

Havre Police Department Linda Rose Jordan of Havre, 55, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after a Third Street caller reported Tuesday at 7:58 a.m. his ex-girlfriend had broken a back window and was trying to get into... — Updated 5/30/2018


Correction - Memorial Day ceremonies

A front-page article in Tuesday’s edition about Memorial Day ceremonies in Havre misspelled the first name of Dena Rudio, who sang the national anthem at the ceremonies.... — Updated 5/30/2018


Correction - Board of Regents

An article on the front page of Friday’s edition of the Havre Daily News did not specify that the Montana Board of Regents approving $1.25 million approved for a Montana State University American Indian Center was for planning... — Updated 5/30/2018


Voters urged to return absentee ballots early

Havre Daily News staff The Hill County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is reminding people who are voting absentee in the primary election that ballots must be received at their clerk and recorder’s office before 8 p.m. Tuesday,... — Updated 5/30/2018


Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Eddie Harmon, Turner Track A year ago, Eddie Harmon made Turner track and field history with a Class C state championship in the 800 meters. One year later, he did it twice. Last... — Updated 5/30/2018

 By George Ferguson    Sports

Local Golf Report: Tourney season gets underway

June is coming, and that means the local golf season is in full swing. And that includes the tournament schedule. This Saturday marks the true beginning of tournament season, with... — Updated 5/30/2018

 By George Ferguson    Sports

Local stars sign with Lights cross country team

Since he started the program, Montana State University-Northern cross country coach Chad Spangler has brought plenty of local runners into the fold. Tuesday, Spangler announced that... — Updated 5/30/2018


Celebrating History: Recruitment ramped up

By Emily Mayer As The Great War raged on in Europe, the United States Government was recruiting more men between the ages of 21 an 31 to go and fight “over there.” Those listed in Classes 2 and 4 were being required to be... — Updated 5/30/2018


Quick Pics: PEO awards scholarships

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Local News - Vidalia onions coming to area

North Central Shrine Club members are again selling some choice onions to help children go to a choice location — Shriner’s Childrens Hospital. The Shriners are receiving Vidalia sweet onions this week which they will sell for... — Updated 5/30/2018


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