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OUTDOORS: Local shooters compete at Big Sky State Games

For the Havre Daily News Out of the Milk River Valley, over the mountains to the mighty Missouri and south over the Mussleshell then on to the Yellowstone, all covered in bright yellow because this...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 8, 2019

Library wraps up summer reading program with Landing Party

With summer winding down to an end, the Havre-Hill County Library's Summer Reading Program is wrapping up this week with its Landing Party Friday.  The summer reading program encourages children to...

 

Shakespeare in the Parks returns to Havre

Shakespeare in the Parks is returning to Havre, performing "The Merry Wives of Windsor" Saturday at 6 p.m. on the east lawn of Montana State University-Northern. "The goal is to bring the highest...

 

OUTDOORS: FWP increases Region 6 deer quotas for upcoming season

Montana FWP Are you looking for more hunting opportunity this year? Due to the abundance of both mule deer and white-tailed deer, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 biologists elected to...

 

2019 Frontier Conference Football Preview Series: LINEBACKERS

Linebackers are tackling machines. That's just what they do. They see ball, and get ball. And it's no surprise that, the Frontier Conference has produced some of the best linebackers in the NAIA,...

 

Inaugural Biz and Brews event set for Saturday

Havre’s first Biz and Brews, which is intended to become an annual event hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, will take place Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m., starting in the Holiday Village Mall at Vizsla Brewing. Businesses are partnering with the local...

 

Five things to watch this season in local high school volleyball

The high school sports season is right around the corner and before you know it, local football, volleyball, golf and cross country teams will be back in action for fall sports. In terms of local...

 

Moms in the Making coming to Havre

Mary Waltner of Havre is bringing the Moms in the Making program to the area, meeting the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in her home. “The heart of this organization is to encourage those who are currently waiting to be a...

 

UMW welcomes students for orientation and convocation

From University of Montana Western The University of Montana Western’s Office of Residence Life announced the university has scheduled its New Student Orientation for Thursday, Aug. 22 through Sunday, Aug. 25. The activities begin at 8 a.m. on Open...

 

Commerce's tourism grant program accepting applications

From Montana Department of Commerce HELENA — The Montana Department of Commerce is currently accepting applications for its Tourism Grant Program. Up to $750,000 will be awarded to projects that strengthen Montana’s economy through the...

 

Out my Backdoor: Strange days and strange ways

Do you ever wonder if the big ol’ sun up there looks down and thinks, “Those are some mighty strange beings down on that little ball of mud, especially that one there, standing by the mango tree,...

 

Conservation con job: Why won't Daines fully fund the LWCF?

There’s a simple principle savvy citizens use when evaluating politicians: to understand their priorities, don’t pay attention to what they say or how they vote during the re-election cycle. Focus on the voting record from earlier in their term....

 

For the Record, Aug. 8, 2019

Havre Police Department A Fifth Avenue caller reported at 9:51 a.m. Wednesday that someone on a BMX bike stopped and looked in their house windows during the night. -- A two-vehicle crash was reported...

 

Obituary - James B. O'Connor 1933-2019

James B. O'Connor was born on a small wheat farm outside of Box Elder, Montana. He was one of four children born to Byron and Juanita O'Connor. While still in grade school, his family left the farm...

 

MSU awarded federal funds for statewide tech 'gap' grants

Troy Carter TechLink Staff Writer via the MSU News Service BOZEMAN ­— Montana State University has been awarded a federal grant to create a public-private partnership for growing tech companies in Montana. The U.S. Economic Development Administrat...

 

Hill County enacts burn ban

Press release Hill County Commission today approved enacting a burn ban in the county effective 12:01 a.m. Friday. The commission issued a statement on the ban: Open burning refers to burning outside...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    August 8, 2019

Ryan Building evacuated Thursday afternoon

Employees at the Ryan Building were forced to evacuate today at about 4 p.m. after someone reported an "electrical smell" somewhere on the second floor of the building. Havre Fire and Police...

 

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