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 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 5, 2019

Cole-Hodgkinson facing grand jury investigation

Editor’s note: This version corrects Jessica Cole-Hodgkinson’s tenure as Hill County attorney. A former Hill County attorney is facing a pending grand jury investigation in Texas on allegations...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    June 5, 2019

Blue Pony athletes racked up plenty of Class A honors this past year

With the school year coming to a close this week, that means that the hiatus on Havre High sports begins. In fact, it actually started a couple of weeks ago when track, tennis and the other spring spo...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 5, 2019

Ending Racism workshop scheduled in Havre

A workshop on ending racism is scheduled for Havre June 22. Humanities Montana awarded a $1,000 grant to the Montana State University Extension Service to fund the workshop lead by the Montana Racial Equity Project. The workshop will focus on...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    June 5, 2019

Youth baseball, softball tournaments heating up

Havre Youth Baseball will be busy with city tournament in the next 10 days, and it all starts this weekend at Elk's Park. The HYBA Minors Tournament starts Thursday and runs through Sunday's...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 5, 2019

Cemetery tour provides look into Havre history

Local historian and H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Director Emily Mayer led a historic cemetery tour Tuesday at Highland Cemetery where she spoke about the notable citizens of Hill County who are...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 5, 2019

Jamieson joins Havre Daily News as reporter

A recent graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma has made the journey to Havre to start working as a reporter for The Havre Daily News. "I'm kind of doing what was always a hobby, I mean I've...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    June 5, 2019

Parker Filius places at U23 World Freestyle

Before former Havre High four-time state champion Parker Filius returns to Purdue for his sophomore wrestling season, he's got an amateur wrestling summer to do. And, Filius' summer is off to a great...

 

The Postscript: Frying eggs for Big Boy

My husband, Peter, decided to make friends with a raven. We have a lot of ravens around our house. Ravens are smart birds and Peter did some research on them. They mate for life and can live to be seventeen years old in the wild. They learn to...

 

Summer storms: Reminder to cover your crops with state hail insurance

From Montana Department of Agriculture HELENA — Montana’s producers are no stranger to severe weather, and with temperatures rising across the state so are the chances of significant and severe hail storms. The Montana State Hail Program began it...

 

MSU College of Agriculture seeks nominations for outstanding leaders

By Reagan Colye MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University’s College of Agriculture is seeking nominations for its Outstanding Agricultural Leader award, which will be presented during the annual Celebrate Agriculture weekend Nov....

 

MISC seeking comment on rapid response plan

From Montana Invasive Species Council The Montana Invasive Species Council, MISC, is seeking public comment on draft guidelines for the state’s response to detections of emerging invasive species. Rapid response to invasive species is a focused, re...

 

Montana Range Days offers tour opportunities

Press release The Beaverhead Conservation District is excited to announce two days of range tours offered in conjunction with Montana Range Days. June 18 and 19, participants will visit some of the most advanced ranching operations in Beaverhead and...

 

For the Record, June 5, 2019

Havre Police Department An officer stopped on Bonine Drive Tuesday at 12:48 p.m. to assist a woman with her juvenile grandson. -- Tuesday at 1:06 p.m., a First Street Northeast caller reported a...

 

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