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Articles from the September 9, 2019 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    September 9, 2019

Helping Haven, Salvation Army stores hampered by thefts

A number of thefts and acts of vandalism have been reported at both of the non-profit thrift stores over the past year and the store managers request people donate during store hours to help reduce...

 

Blue Ponies spike Browning in home opener

The Havre High volleyball team had been anticipating their first home match of the season against the Browning Indians. The Blue Ponies continued to show their shining potential by defeating Browning...

 

Bears turn away Lights in a shootout

Over the course of the last couple of season, the Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears have literally tortured the Montana State University-Northern football team. And while the Lights didn't come ou...

 

Skylights split in Great Falls

For the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team, the last month has been about life on the road. That's usually the way it goes in non-conference play. And, life has also been about earning...

 

Ponies SWAMP Red Devils

The Havre Blue Ponies has an exciting rest of the season ahead of them, especially after a great first home game. The Blue Ponies took to the field Friday night and played a fantastic game against...

 

HHS runners show strides in Cut Bank

The Havre High cross-country teams have been working all summer to bring out the best results they can muster at every single meet in this season. A nice forecast and a motivated group of Blue Ponies...

 

Cats, Griz roll in second half of night games

The third quarter proved to be the magical moment in home-opening night games for both the Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies. Saturday night in Bozeman, the No. 13 Bobcats Gold Rushed the...

 

Wisdom and Grace: North to Alaska: Part 3

"Five weeks together?" they asked. "You spent five weeks together in a pickup camper? No one else? Just the two of you. Wow!" To which I responded, "Yup, and we're still married and still friends ......

 

Helena set to keep up with the past

Press release Seventy years ago, tragedy struck at Mann Gulch, when an out of control wildfire killed thirteen firefighters. Fifty years ago, saw the Woodstock music festival and Neil Armstrong took...

 

For the Record, Sept. 9, 2019

Havre Police Department A caller at 5th Avenue and Ninth Street reported a vehicle crash Friday at 7:59 a.m. -- Valerie Rose Moreni of Havre, 47, was arrested on a charge of trespass to property,...

 

Correction - Author Jamie Ford in Havre

A front-page article in Thursday’s edition of the Havre Daily News misreported that author Jamie Ford’s presentation in Havre Wednesday will be preceded by a meet-and-greet. While Ford’s presentations in Harlem today and Chinook Tuesday will... Full story

 

Agenda - Hill County Local Emergency Planning Committee

The Hill County Local Emergency Planning Committee will meet Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Hill County Detention Center. The meeting agenda is: Call to order Approval of minutes from last meeting Old Business Community Evacuation Zones for Code Red...

 

Havre close to applying for Montana Mainstreet Community

Two months after hosting a meeting about turning Havre into a Montana Mainstreet Community, a board has been appointed, information collected and planning is underway to do just that. "The...

 

New director taking over at Havre Chamber

A new director has taken over at the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce. As of Sept. 1, Julea Robbins of Havre became Chamber Executive Director. Robbins said she was born in Powell, Wyoming, but grew up...

 

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