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  • Rosella Marie (Jones) Skones

    Updated Aug 8, 2022

    Rosella Marie (Jones) Skones, 86, passed away August 2, 2022, at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home. Her husband of over 65 years, Russel, was by her side. Rosella was born December 1, 1935, to Laura and Arthur Jones. She was born and raised in Turner, Montana, where she attended school and graduated from Turner High School. She was baptized and confirmed in the Turner Lutheran Church. Rosella attended Northern Montana College in Havre where she got a two-year degree as a legal... Full story

  • Havre Daily News will not print Monday, full paper will be online

    TIm Leeds|Updated Aug 8, 2022

    Havre Daily News will not have a print edition Monday due to printer issues, but the full edition will be available online and all local content will be on the website at nor charge. The Havre Daily News press broke down several months ago and the paperhas been contracting with the Independent Record to print the daily Havre Daily edition. But a large COViD-19 infection at Independent Record means it will not be able to print all five daily editions of Havre Daily News next week. “This is too bad for our readers,” man... Full story

  • Agenda - H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board

    Updated Aug 8, 2022

    Editor’s note: Havre Daily News did not receive this agenda in time to put in Friday’s Havre Daily News. The next regular meeting of the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board will be today, August 8, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Havre Inn and Suites, 1425 U.S. Highway 2 West. The meeting agenda is: 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call of members 3. Reading and Approval of Minutes 4. Museum Report – Emily Mayer 5. Wahkpa Chu’gn Report-Emily Mayer 6.The Foundation Report-Elaine Morse 7.Committee Reports • Budget and Finan...

  • AGENDA - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

    Updated Aug 5, 2022

    Editor’s note: Havre Daily News did not receive this agenda in time to print it in Friday’s edition of the paper. It is scheduled to print in Monday’s edition. 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. Presentations and display 5. Agenda deletions or corrections, and additions allowed by policy, if any B. Unanimous consent agenda C. Old business 1. Safe...

  • Stone Child hosts conference including county commissioner from Houston

    Tim Leeds|Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Stone Child College at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation hosted an educational conference this week with high-profile visitors including a county commissioner from Houston returning to the college for this week's conference. Harris County, Texas, Commissioner Adrian Garcia, who came to Stone Child last fall for meetings on creating a cultural exchange and community partnership, participated in the inaugural Anishinaabe-Neiyo Education Conference Tuesday through Thursday and is...

  • Quick pics: Playing in the shade

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

  • Hill County Commission puts levy to replace Beaver Lodge on 2022 ballot

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Hill County Commission approved Thursday a question to go on this year’s general election ballot asking voters if they will approve a levy to replace the Beaver Creek Park Beaver Lodge at Camp Kiwanis. Hill County Commissioner Mark Peterson said the Hill County Park Board has been looking into repairing the current lodge for some time now, and as they have researched prices and the damage to the structure they found that replacing it makes more economic sense then repairing it at this point. The levy would apply to all p...

  • Senior Center News, Aug. 5, 2022

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    North Central Senior Citizens Center Aug. 8-12 Menu Monday, Aug. 8 — Taco burger, Mexican rice, coleslaw, dessert Tuesday, Aug. 9 — Applesauce, pork chops, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, pumpkin bars Wednesday, Aug. 10 — Swiss steak with peppers, onion, tomatoes; mashed potatoes, wax beans, tropical fruit Thursday, Aug. 11 — Barbecued riblet sandwich, macaroni salad, baked beans, applesauce bars Friday, Aug. 12 — Soup, chef’s choice, dessert Keeping up with the pandemic: July 25, 68 new cases of COVID-19, total number is 5...

  • Help for parents of children who stutter is as close as the library

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Press release Thanks to some generous donations, the Stuttering Foundation has donated a DVD, entitled Kids Who Stutter: Parents Speak, to public libraries across the country. In this 16 minute DVD, parents and speech-language experts talk about how to promote easier talking as they interact with their children. The professionals offer simple tips that parents can follow easily. The DVD features some of the world’s leading therapists with children who stutter: Lisa A Scott, Ph.D., of the Florida State University’s School of...

  • Supporting MSU-Northern

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    In a few short years, Montana State University-Northern will be celebrating the 100th year of its founding. Over the course of the near-century it has been in existence, thousands upon thousands of Montana’s sons and daughters have been educated here in Havre at an institution that is one of the most rural universities in the nation. Our local university thrives because of support from policymakers, community members, business leaders and others who are committed to its success and understand the value of a robust higher e...

  • Looking out my Backdoor: The horse sat on my chest

    Sondra Ashton|Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Let’s start with the back story. Way Back. Last year, because of the pandemic, I took my travel money and gutted my bodega which was a mishmash of shelves cobbled together from scrap wood. Shoved in rather randomly were what I call man tools and that which I didn’t want stored in the house. It was a mess, but needs must. Once my bodega transformed into my guest bedroom, I kept imagining how nice it would be to have a bathroom alongside my bedroom. In back and along the out...

  • View from the North 40: Time is now meaningless

    Pam Burke|Updated Aug 4, 2022

    What were you doing June 29, 2022? Whatever is was, you did less of it than you think you did because that day was not a full 24 hours. That’s right, we were all bilked out of our precious time together by 1.59 milliseconds. The website which is a go-to site for things atomic clock-related said that this was the shortest day recorded since the atomic clock got fired up in the 1960s. The atomic clock tracks actual length of days through the modern magic of s...

  • Obituary - Anthony 'Toney' Gordon Roberts

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Kalispell - Anthony "Tony" G Roberts, 60, passed away peacefully from natural causes July 29, 2022, at a Kalispell, Montana, hospice facility. He was born Feb. 23, 1962, in Havre, Montana, the son of Terry Roberts and Jeanne Bailey. Tony graduated from KG High School, class of 1980. He spent the majority of his life in the Flathead Valley, although he had strong roots in the family farm south of Kremlin, Montana. Tony had a strong sense of humor and a quick wit about him. He... Full story

  • Notice - Hays-Lodge Pole schools budget meeting set for Monday

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Press release Hays-Lodge Pole Schools Board of Trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, in the Lodge Pole School library for the purpose of considering and adopting the Fiscal Year 2022-23 final budget for School District 50. The final budget meeting may be continued from day to day until final adoption of the district’s budget and any member of the district may appear at any such meeting and be heard for or against any part of the budget....

  • Agenda - Hill County Commission weekly calendar

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Monday 9 a.m. — Planner/Sanitarian Budget Review in commissioners’ office 1:30 p.m. — ARPA Projects meeting in the commissioners’ office Tuesday 8:30 a.m. — DNRC fire update call in commissioners’ office 10:30 a.m. — Road Department meeting in commissioners’ office 1:30 p.m. — 911 meeting at Havre City Hall Wednesday 9 a.m. — Hill County RSID 29 & 30 bid tab meeting in the commissioners’ office 2 p.m. — Hill County levee team meeting — Zoom call — in commissioners’ office 6:30 p.m. — District 4 Human Resources and Developme...

  • For the Record, Aug. 5, 2022

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Havre Police Department A two-vehicle non-injury crash involving a Toyota and an Acura was reported at 6:35 a.m. Wednesday. -- Officers, an ambulance and fire truck responded to a head-on collision reported on U.S. Highway 2 East at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday. Havre Fire Chief Nathan Courtnage said one person involved in the crash was transported to the hospital and the other refused service. -- A Fifth Avenue caller reported Wednesday at 9:28 a.m. that a lawnmower being hauled...

  • Northern football gets fall camp started

    Kason Clark|Updated Aug 4, 2022

    On Thursday morning at Tilleman Field, the Montana State University-Northern football program finally got its fall camp started. With it being the first practice of fall camp, the Lights focused on their conditioning to get themselves ready for the season opener Aug. 27 at the College of Idaho. While the Lights may not be where they want to be yet, MSU-N head coach Jerome Souers liked what he saw from his players to start fall camp. "They did pretty well. I was kind of...

  • 2022 Frontier Conference Football Preview: RB's

    George Ferguson|Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Stars at every position always litter Frontier Conference football. But year-after-year. fall after fall, there seems to be no position more impactful in the Frontier than that of the running back. Historically, some of the top rushers in all of the NAIA typically come from the Frontier, and it will be to no one's surprise if that happens again in 2022. Starting with Montana Tech's Blake Counts and Montana Western's Reese Neville, three of last year's top four rushers in the...

  • Out Our Way: Tighten that cinch - Phillippians 1:20

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    Out our way I once heard someone say "There are bold cowboys and old cowboys, but no old, bold cowboys." Well, that isn't exactly the truth. Now I will say I never met an old cowboy who wasn't banged up along the way , but I never met a cowboy worth anything who wasn't bold when boldness was called for. Now me, being perhaps the worst cowboy to work a herd in the history of the profession, and also something of a wimp , have seldom been bold like many others have, but there we...

  • Pastor's Corner: What are you doing with what god has entrusted you?

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    I was discussing a passage of Scripture with a group of guys at a Men's Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. at Havre Assembly of God Church. The passage of Scripture was Jesus Christ's "Parable of the bags of gold" in Matthew 25:14-30 (NIV). Here is how it reads: 14 "Again, it will be like a man going on a journey, who called his servants and entrusted his wealth to them. 15 To one he gave five bags of gold, to another two bags, and to another one bag, each...

  • Grief Poem - Sweet is their Memory

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    More folks have left, both young and old. They flew off through the air. We miss our loved ones very much, but know our family's there. God made us Red, Yellow, Black or White, we're all precious in His sight. God made us all, He'll call us home, and we will be all right. While we're down here, we miss our dears, since they were called away. So many things we'd like to share, had they been left to stay. Our dear one's gone - a river crossed to shore of evergreen. We long to...

  • Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

    Updated Aug 4, 2022

    You know, Lord, sometimes things come in bunches like good things, bad things, happy things, sad things - even hurtful things. It's the hurtful things that are hardest to deal with. We don't want the attitude of one lady who, as she spoke in an unforgiving voice said, "I forgive you but I'll never forget!" We've probably all heard about the lady who knew she had a bad gossiping problem. She went to her Pastor and confessed that she knew she gossiped - so, what could she do...