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Articles from the August 30, 2019 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    August 30, 2019

City giving zero tolerance on loose dogs in Smithville

Havre Animal Control Officer Peter Federspiel said Thursday he is starting a zero-tolerance policy in the Smithville area of Havre to the southwest due to the large number of dog bites that have been happening in that area. “Dogs in that area are...

 

We want to cover your high school football teams

Attention all area athletic directors and coaches, we will once again be running our Hi-Line Football Roundup each Tuesday in the Havre Daily News. We want to make sure we have your games covered,...

 

Northern looking to Light up Phoenix

With teams like Southern Oregon, Eastern Oregon and College of Idaho, the Montana State University-Northern Lights are already used to some long road trips when it comes to Frontier Conference...

 

Blue Pony spikers start the season in Laurel

The Havre High volleyball team is staring in the face of their first challenge, ready to step onto the court to start a brand new season. The Blue Ponies are in their battle stations and are heading...

 

Skylights head to the desert

August isn’t over just yet. But, the 2019 volleyball season is no longer new for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights. In fact, Northern is now in the heart of its non-conference...

 

Tough openers for Bobcats, Grizzlies

Fall camp is over. Depth charts have been released. Press conference are done. All that's left for the Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies is to kick off the 2019 season. And for both teams,...

 

Pony Power opens in Sidney

This is the moment the Havre Blue Ponies, head coach Ryan Gatch, all of Havre's assistants, and all Blue Pony fans have been waiting for. That's right, it's time for the Ponies to stampede the field...

 

'God's Work - Our Hands' set for Sept. 8

Press release A free worship service and community meal, “God’s Work — Our Hands,” will be held in Pepin Park Sunday, Sept. 8. The worship service and community meal is hosted by Christ, Messiah and First Lutheran churches in Big Sandy and...

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

It’s back to school for young and old, a happy day for some! Buy needed things, supplies and clothes, which is the rule of thumb. Then tackle fear which some kids have but most know school is fun! Good thoughts — good sleep; take it easy — then...

 

On Religion: Babylon bee wrestles with news, reality and satire

When it comes to mainstream journalism, it’s hard to imagine a stronger brand than The New Yorker. This prestigious magazine is, of course, also known for humor and cartoons. A recent satire feature proclaimed: “Chick-fil-A Introduces New Hate...

 

Out Our Way: Over the ridge - 1Corintians 2:6-9

Out our way, open country still has surprises from those who will ride over the ridge to take a look. Those who never look for nor see anything but the road they are on often miss incredible sights and experiences. For example, out by the Fort...

 

Governor's Office accepting applications for sixth annual Youth Leadership Council

From the Governor’s Office of Community Service HELENA — The Governor’s Office of Community Service announced Thursday it is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Governor and First Lady Youth Leadership Council. The council will consist of...

 

Senior Center News, Aug. 30, 2019

North Central Senior Citizens Center, Sept. 2-6 Monday — Labor Day — center is closed 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. Thursday ...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    August 30, 2019

View from the North 40: Barely functional, even when functioning

We had that weird dry spring, so I scheduled a week off to get some work done outside — I even booked a rental tractor to help with the work — and then the skies opened up and it rained all that...

 

Olszewski, not Gianforte, is the pro-life candidate for governor

As a pro-life Montanan, mother of six (biological and adoptive), I am frustrated with the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund’s endorsement of Greg Gianforte for governor of Montana. He is currently running against two pro-life candidates in the...

 

Celebrating History: Drought and crop problems in the news

By Emily Mayer The prolonged drought and subsequent crop issues continued to make headlines in The Havre Plaindealer. While wheat yields exceeded hopes in some cases, the state issued a statement that it estimated losses for the 1919 season at $60...

 

Obituary - Robert L. 'Bob' Ross

Robert L. "Bob" Ross, age 98, died August 18, 2019, "at home" at Bozeman Lodge in Bozeman, MT, with family by his side. Cremation has taken place. Born July 11, 1921, in Roundup, Montana, to Joseph A....

 

Obituary - Kenneth Donald Wattam

YUMA, Ariz. - Kenneth "Kenny" Wattam passed away August 21, 2019, at the age of 82. Cremation has taken place. A graveside memorial at Highland Cemetery in Havre, Montana, will take place at a later...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    August 30, 2019

Hi-Line Living: Painting art on Havre windows

A local stay-at-home mom transitioned a year ago into making it her business to beautify Havre one window at a time. "I could think of a lot worse ways to spend my time," window-painter Tracy Carroll...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission

Monday Office closed in observance of Labor Day Tuesday 8:30 a.m. — DNRC conference call 10:30 a.m. — Road meeting 1:30 p.m. — Building Manager meeting Wednesday 10:30 a.m. until completion — Beaver Creek Dam Inspection with Great West...

 

Agenda - Havre City Council

Havre City Council will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in City Hall. The meeting agenda is: Call to order Pledge of Allegiance Roll call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on agenda items 1 through 6. For items not on this agenda, public comment will...

 

For the Record, Aug. 30, 2019

Havre Police Department Due to technical difficulties the Havre Police Department was unable to send a copy of the dispatch log by print deadline this morning. Hill County Sheriff's Office Rayna Shae...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 30, 2019

Former Hill County attorney going to trial in Texas on shooting charge

A former Hill County attorney is going to trial in Abilene, Texas, on a charge accusing her of shooting her estranged husband multiple times at his home there. The attorney of Jessica Cole-Hodgkinson, who was Hill County attorney from November 2016...

 

Museum, fair boards have productive meeting on fairground items

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum and the Great Northern Fair boards met Thursday evening to start drawing up a memorandum of understanding for museum properties on the fairgrounds. “The reason for our meeting tonight is to come up with a...

 

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