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OUTDOORS: What you should do in a Mountain Lion Encounter

Montana FWP A brief encounter involving a mountain biker and a family group of mountain lions on a forested trail system north of Whitefish highlights the need to be aware of possible wildlife...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    July 4, 2019

Cross-country walker raising awareness of foster care, adoptive needs

Glenn J. Koster is a double product of the foster care and the adoption systems. By the age of 6, he was abandoned, the only one of six children to be left behind by his parents, with his siblings...

 

OUTDOORS: FWP says be mindful of young wildlife this summer

Montana FWP Each spring and summer, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife. FWP advises against this practice for several...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    July 4, 2019

Northstars excited to return to Legion Field

At this point in the Legion baseball season, every game is important. But when the Havre Northstars American Legion baseball team hosts Lethbridge Saturday, the No. 2 spot in the Northern A district...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    July 4, 2019

George Ferguson Column: Sports always help me celebrate Independence Day

What does the Fourth of July mean to you? That’s an interesting question we hear often this time of year. For me, it’s evolved over the years. Obviously, there was a time when the Fourth of July...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    July 4, 2019

Boyce & Berry moving to Third Street

Boyce & Berry Flowers is moving downtown to 327 Third St. next to Cavalier’s for Men & Women to kick off Great Northern Fair Week with a grand re-opening planned for Monday, July 15. “Grand opening day, we are going to have, like, cookies, tea,...

 

Independence Day has a special meaning for Montana's small businesses

The United States is a nation founded by entrepreneurs who were, by definition, risk takers. In fact, many of America’s founding fathers were small business owners who provided needed goods and services in the growing colonies. Alexander Hamilton,...

 

Grief Poem - Sunshine and Shadows

Shall we wither and then fall down like a golden Autumn leaf? We’re all been there through deep sorrow, how painful is our grief. Sometimes we miss the days gone by, we long for yesterdays’ Know that you’re missed, your gentleness, your...

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, there are as many ideas and thoughts about anything as there are unique individuals! If ten people were discussing firecrackers, Fourth of July picnics, America, freedom of speech, war, you name it, and there would be 10 different str...

 

Imagining Heaven: Remember, we reap what we sow

Many of the ideas and Scriptures used in this article are from the book “Heaven” by Randy Alcorn. Psalm 16:11 states, “In Your presence is fullness of joy; at Your right hand are pleasures forever more.” God invented fun. On the New Earth we...

 

Out Our Way: Stuck in the mud - Psalm 40:1-2

Out our way, looks can be deceiving. Charlie and I were riding fence for a friend of ours, and one corner section was blocked by thorn bushes and trees. There was a cow path through the trees but the overhang was so low I could not follow on Doc, so...

 

Senior Center News, July 4, 2019

North Central Senior Citizens Center, July 8-9 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.; Mall shopping 1:30...

 

Chinook's Thompson graduates from OCU

CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio — Tiffany Thompson of Chinook graduated from Ohio Christian University with an Associate of Arts in business....

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    July 4, 2019

Hi-Line Living - Healing with harps on the Hi-Line

A local musician has turned her love of using music as a ministry into heading a worldwide network of musical healing. Mary Stevens of Havre is the head of and a program mentor for Harps for Healing....

 

Hill County seeks superintendent of schools

Press release The Hill County Commission has announced that the position of Hill County superintendent of schools, a half-time position, is open immediately. Starting wage is $23,648.83 with a county benefit package prorated for half-time....

 

Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Havre Middle School. The agenda for the meeting is: A. Call to order 1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Roll call 3. Welcome to visitors 4. Presentation and display 5. Agenda...

 

Correction - Woman sentenced to probation on reduced charge from crash

The headline for a Page A5 story in Wednesday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about a court sentencing misidentified Birgin Lane Billy as a man. The story correctly identified her as a woman.... Full story

 

For the Record, July 4, 2019

Havre Police Department A First Avenue caller reported receiving a FedEx package belonging to a neighbor and asked officers at 9:03 a.m. Wednesday for assistance delivering it to the correct address....

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Nothing changed; everything different

Jim picked me up at the airport in Guadalajara. Once we exited the labyrinth of parking and hit the straightaway, I requested, “Tell me all the news.” “There is no news,” Jim responded. “Everything is the same as when you left.” I’d...

 

View from the North 40: Winner, winner, Chicken Dinner Road

Caldwell, Idaho, Mayor Garret Nancolas received a written request Wednesday from a national animal rights organization urging him to rename his county’s Chicken Dinner Road to the kinder, gentler, simpler Chicken Road. Boring. “PETA is asking...

 

Celebrating History: Hot, dry weather decimates local ag

The ongoing drought was the big news in the Havre Plaindealer in its July 5, 1919, edition. A lengthy article titled “DROUTH IS WORST IN HISTORY OF MONTANA” was prominently featured on the top of the front page, and there was to be a conference i...

 

This is Montana: Modern Malta offers much to explore - Part 2 of 2

By Hillary Sward UM Graduate Student Malta has an appealing downtown that includes a state-of-the-art movie theater with surround sound joined by a healthy, self-sufficient variety of other businesses...

 

Solomon, Peterson dispute disputed water bills at fairgrounds

Two local officials are at odds over a billing mistake that happened on and off for decades at the Great Northern Fairgrounds, formerly the Hill County Fairgrounds. Hill County Commissioner Mark...

 

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