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Officials respond to claims by People's Rights group

The evening of July 28, a group called People's Rights Montana held a meeting, the fifth of its kind, in the empty Tilleman Dodge building on Highway 2 East in Havre, a meeting that drew 50 people, in... Full story

 

Testing discussed in weekly Hill County COVID-19 update

Hill County Health Officer Jessica Sheehy provided details Friday during a Hill County Health Board meeting on testing in Hill County, recent COVID-19 hospitalizations and the state’s recent surge of virus-related deaths. Sheehy said Hill County... Full story

 

Some Havre students back in school right now

Students with Individualized Education Programs are in their third week of going back to school before the school year starts, but with a few changes. "It's kind of like a jump start into school,"... Full story

 

BLM makes progress on Little Rockies fire containment

The Mud Creek Fire in the Missouri River Breaks about 6 miles outside of Fort Belknap Indian Reservation was designated 100 percent contained Saturday night at a little more than 93 acres. Bureau of Land Management Lewistown Duty Officer Don Pyrah...

 

The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 4,233 with 60 new cases.

The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 236 with 69 active hospitalizations. The number of tests completed was 179,508 with 5.213 new tests listed this morning. The number of deaths was 64. The number... Full story

 

Fresno irrigation releases end, water levels likely low into next year

Havre Daily News staff Agencies have told the public that, despite releases from Fresno Reservoir for irrigation ending for the season, lower water levels in the reservoir are likely to impact fishing and irrigation at the reservoir. The...

 

McGoffin of Havre Border Patrol Station retires after 20 years of service

Press release The U.S. Border Patrol says goodbye to Patrol Agent in Charge - PAIC - Perla McGoffin on July 31 after 20 years of federal service. As the first female PAIC of Havre Station, she was...

 

From the Courts - State District Court: Man sentenced in aggravated burglary, assault charge

Steven Lee Strike Sr. was sentenced to five years in state custody followed by seven years probation on charges included aggravated burglary and assault. Strike was charged after he was arrested for entering a residence in violation of a no contact...

 

To support passenger rail on the Hi-Line, Tester calls for better oversight of Amtrak's CARES Act funding

Note: This was provided by the Office of Sen. Jon Tester  As part of his ongoing efforts to ensure passenger rail services on the Hi-Line are able to continue supporting Montana’s frontier economies, U.S. Senator Jon Tester Thursday demanded that...

 

Governor, First Lady announce Montana No Kid Hungry grants, program crests half-million mark

Press release Gov. Steve Bullock and First Lady Lisa Bullock, in partnership with Montana No Kid Hungry, announced a total of $212,500 in grant funds awarded to organizations for continued operation of food support programs in the wake of COVID-19...

 

For the Record, Aug. 3, 2020

Havre Police Department Malinda Sue Davis of Havre, 59, was issued a summons on charges of vicious dog and dog registration and vaccination required after a caller on Second Street reported two aggres...

 

For now, Frontier football is officially a go

The NAIA has officially decided that its 2020 football playoffs and national championship game won't be played until sometime in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. And that goes for all NAIA fall...

 

Sports aren't new to Havre High's new AD Brian Kessler

The year of 2020 has been a wild ride for many. And at Havre High School, there have been many changes seen to its athletics. Not only have new coaches for sports programs throughout the year been...

 

No new local COVID-19 cases reported this evening

Although a few new COVID-19 cases were reported in Blaine, Chouteau and Hill County in the last few days, no new local cases were reported by local health departments this evening. Blaine County... Full story

 

Blue Pony star Kellen Detrick commits to Griz football

The Montana Griz football team had pretty good luck with the last Blue Pony to play in Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Now, the Griz have went and got themselves another Havre High standout. On Monday...

 

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