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City, county continue discussion of rural ambulance service

The Hill County Commission met with Mayor Tim Solomon and Havre City Clerk Doug Kaercher as well as Havre Fire Chief Mel Paulson to discuss the creation of a boundary line that would determine the range of the Havre City Ambulance District’s servic...

 

Northstars split twilight twin bill

Wednesday night saw Legion Field packed with excitment once more, as the Havre Northstars American Legion baseball club took the field for what would be an exciting series against a newer opponent in...

 

OUTDOORS: Fresno Challenge canceled due to COVID-19

The coronavirus has gotten in the way of a lot over the last few months. And even though the event is held in the great outdoors, the same was true for the area's biggest fishing tournament. The...

 
 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    June 11, 2020

Looking out my Backdoor: Wonders of my world

Outside my big front gate, the one used for truck delivery and such, a clump of lantana took root voluntarily. Lantana wears one of the world’s most beautiful flowers, like rings on its fingers,...

 

Letter to the Editor - Support the renewable energy initiative for Montana's future

Dear Editor: One way the future will soon be arriving in Eastern Montana is through clean, renewable electricity production.   Currently, Orion Renewable Energy is doing the initial site/survey work for the Clearwater Wind Farm it intends to build...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 11, 2020

Job Service helping people with COVID unemployment

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment numbers have risen and local job services have had to adjust its services. Job Service-Havre Manager Carol Lamey said Job Service has helped Montanans get through unemployment with programs and by answering... Full story

 

Business grants available to offset COVID-19 safety expenses

Press release MISSOULA — The Montana Business Adaptability Program is now accepting applications from Montana-based, for-profit and nonprofit businesses of 50 or fewer employees for reimbursement of expenses associated with keeping staff,... Full story

 

Hippie Hop, the newest business in the Atrium

Last month, a new shop opened in the Atrium, making it the building's newest business. The Hippie Hop tobacco shop is owned by Ryan Johannesen, a Havre native who was living in Great Falls before...

 

Obituary - Wilbur Vaughn 'Bunts' Watkins Dec. 3, 1926-May 29, 2020

Wilbur Vaughn "Bunts" Watkins passed away at age 93 May 29, 2020. A celebration of life will be Saturday, June 13, noon to 3 p.m. People can call 406-240-8002, for more details. For those who knew... Full story

 

Money provided for assisted living facilities, additional funding for hospitals, home and community service providers

Havre Daily News staff Additional COVID-19 relief funding has been set for facilities including assisted living facilities, safety-net hospitals and providers of home and community-based services. Tuesday, U.S. Department of Health and Human... Full story

 

For the Record, June 11, 2020

Havre Police Department JuanJose Decker of Havre, 30, and Crystal Ludlow of Havre, 23, were each arrested on charges including endangering the welfare of children, three counts; disorderly conduct and...

 

Miller using his art to help Havre Food Bank

Frank Miller, a local artist and a founding member of Artitudes Gallery, is displaying a collection of his work at the gallery with the proceeds of sales going to the Havre Food Bank. "The Havre Food...

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 563 with 3 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 74 with 7 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 55,777 with 1,161 new tests listed this morning. The number of deaths was 18. The number of...

 

Police investigating graffiti found at Pepin Park

Havre police are looking for people responsible for putting graffiti on recently re-opened park playground equipment. Monday evening graffiti was found at Pepin Park on the playground equipment, which became open to the public June 1, as well as on...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 11, 2020

Williams holds virtual meet-and-greet in Hill County

With COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing limiting live events by political candidates this year, U.S. House Democratic candidate Kathleen Williams held a meet and greet via a Zoom call with...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 11, 2020

COVID keeps students from annual tree planting

In honor of Arbor Day and to celebrate 30 years of being a Tree City USA 30 trees were planted in Havre Wednesday.  Havre Parks and Recreations Director Chris Inman said this is an annual event that...

 

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