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Council tries to address annexation complaints

Havre City Council held a special public hearing to address the clerical error made in notices of annexation sent to those who own property that falls within the proposed new city limits. The notice sent reported City Council would meet Thursday,... Full story


Havre Festival Days winning button numbers

Check back here every day for more winning numbers! The winning Havre Festival Days button numbers for Sept. 20 are: 034 465 976 262 193 394 The winning Havre Festival Days button numbers for Sept. 19 are: 321 798 120 899 509 645 The winning Havre... Full story


Havre of the Past: The Rev. Van Orsdel visits newspaper

We continue to celebrate Havre’s 120th anniversary of incorporation with the 37th installment in this series. The Sept. 19, 1893, The Havre Advertiser had a plethora of local news in the “City... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 20, 2013

Police look for help in Quinnell murder investigation

The Havre police department is calling out for help with an investigation of the death of a former Havre man in Idaho. A release from the Havre Police Department said a body found Sept. 8 in Shoshone Park in Mullan, Idaho, has been identified as... Full story


Northern's $1.7M grant will revamp diesel program

Montana State University’s technical college will soon be changed for the better after receiving their $1.7 million grant. The university’s portion of the $24.98 million is part of the $474.5 million grants awarded by the Obama administration to... Full story


Havre Festival Days underway

The 33rd annual Festival Days festivities kick off today to “honor our past and celebrate our future,” which is the theme this year. “I think it’s going to go pretty darn well,” said Debbie... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 20, 2013

Kiwanis continues pancake tradition at Festival Days

The Havre Kiwanis Club again will be serving breakfast — through the early afternoon — at Havre Festival Days, continuing a nearly 60-year tradition of a breakfast fundraiser. The first Havre pancake feed was held by Kiwanis in 1955, and the... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 20, 2013

Alumni Association sets 'fast and furious' fundraiser

Festival Days celebrants again get the chance to support students and the local university while participating in a unique event — the Northern Alumni Association auction. “It’s fast and furious, and it’s a blast,” Alumni Association... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 20, 2013

Preservation ornament sales pick up after Festival Days

The Havre-Hill County Historic Preservation Commission said that sales of its latest historical Christmas ornament will pick up again after the annual Festival Days event. The ornament, a pewter depiction of the historic St. Mark’s Episcopal... Full story


For the Record, September 20, 2013

Havre Police Department The police department’s computers were down, rendering them unable to send a dispatch log. Hill County Sheriff’s Office A summons was issued to a 15-year-old Havre boy for assault at 8:27 a.m. Thursday after deputies... Full story


A tale told my way is the right way

Every family does it: trots out those favorite little anecdotes about loved ones to prove a variety of points from wise to weird, poignant to pointless. Sadly, my family is no different, and I am a favorite victim. One of their favorites about me is... Full story


Ready to get on track: Ponies host Devils

Attempting to avoid a second straight loss, and the third loss on the season, the Havre High football team knows exactly what it has to do get the first win of the year. Sitting at 0-2-1, the Central... Full story


Homecoming: Lights rematch with Hawks

The round-robin schedule in Frontier Conference football has been altered, but divisional opponents still play each other twice a season. Yet, it’s rare for two opponents to play twice in a... Full story


Our View: Darts and Laurels for Sept. 20, 2013

Laurel — Montana State University-Northern received a $1.7 million grant this week that will be used to increase the college’s programs designed to train people for well-paying jobs. The Hi-Line has far too few well-paying jobs, and efforts to... Full story


Game Day feature: Varner lets his game do the talking

Cornerback is as flashy a position as there is in college football. And the job is quite simple. Cover speedy receivers trying to run by you, don’t let them get their hands on the ball, tackle any... Full story


Skylights sweep Bears with ease in Billings

A rousing home win over Carroll College was a big start to the 2013 Frontier Conference volleyball season for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights. But things got much bigger Thursday... Full story


Friday Night Lights: The Future

There are not a lot of towns or cities in Montana that offer full contact, tackle football below the middle school age level. But the city of Havre is not one of those without, as Havre is fortunate... Full story


Remember when... Beating Glendive sparked the ride

There have been a lot of important games and landmark wins in the Havre High football program’s history, and nine years ago, the first home game of the 2004 season was one of the biggest. Now, the... Full story


Cats go back to Texas; Griz return home

The Montana State Bobcats are hoping their second trip to Texas in three weeks tuns out differently than their first one did. The Montana Grizzlies are just hoping for more of the same in their return... Full story


Pony spikers on the road

Wins have been hard to come by for the Havre High volleyball team this season, but hopefully this weekend will change that. After a couple of tournaments the last two weekends, two matches on the road seems like a relatively light weekend, but... Full story


Blue Pony girls capture Billings Central Invite

The Havre High golf teams began the first of a two-day road trip with mixed results Thursday in Billings. The Billings Central Invitational, held at Eagle Rock Golf Course, turned out to be a strong... Full story


Woman accused in Blackfeet scheme makes plea deal

HELENA (AP) — One of the six people charged with embezzling money from a Blackfeet program for troubled youth has reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors. Charlotte New Breast was the administrative assistant for the now-defunct Po'Ka... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Sports    September 20, 2013

Rocky Boy receives $1 million in safety grants

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Montana announced Friday that the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation was one of two tribes in Montana to receive public safety grants, totaling $1.8 million in Montana. The... Full story


Friday's Prep Football: Ponies get first win of 2013

It took nearly a month, and being part of a bizarre and rare tie. But the Havre High football team is finally in the win column. On Friday night at the Blue Pony Stadium, HHS shut out Eastern A rival Glendive 33-0, improving to 1-2-1 on the season.... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Sports    September 20, 2013

Sen. Jergeson says will run in 2014

State Sen. Greg Jergeson — now D-Havre — announced at the Pasma Peck Hill County Democrat fundraising dinner tonight he now has a Havre address and will run for the Montana Senate in 2014. Jergeson said his new address has a couple of added benef... Full story


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