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Articles from the September 21, 2023 edition

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  • Faber Graduates from Graduate School of Banking at Colorado

    Updated Sep 24, 2023

    Press release Karene Faber the Havre Branch President/Vice President of Marketing of Independence Bank graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) on July 27, 2023. In addition to completing the GSBC required curriculum, Karene also completed the Committed to Lead Micro-Credential, a Bolder Banking Initiative, of supplementary coursework offered to second and third-year students. Faber is an MSU-Northern graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in Business...

  • Bear Paw Development has funds available for business growth

    Updated Sep 24, 2023

    Press release Bear Paw Development Corp. announced the organization has loan funds available to business owners and entrepreneurs in northern Montana interested in starting a new business or expanding an existing enterprise. The funding is from various sources at the state and federal level and is focused on helping small business owners with their capital needs. "Small businesses are the backbone of active Main Streets and healthy communities in our region of northern...

  • Press breakdown causes online-only Havre Daily today

    Updated Sep 22, 2023

    A unit on the press at the Havre Daily News broke this morning, preventing printing today. Havre Daily is working to resolve the problem, and hopes to have a print edition Monday and after. For the days the paper is not printed, subscribers will have their accounts credited for having missed a physical copy, extending their expiration date. Subscribers can access the full website and also can access the e-edition, an electronic PDF version of the full paper, on their computers. Subscribers who do not already have access to... Full story

  • Harvest Festival returns to Chester Friday

    Updated Sep 22, 2023

    The Hi-Line Harvest Festival, in its second year in Chester after being revived by local resident Peyton Cole, begins Friday with events, music, food and vendors around town through Saturday. The Harvest Festival was an event sporadically held in Chester for many years, but has been brought back recently thanks to the efforts of Cole, in the hopes that it will become a yearly event. See more in the Friday edition of the Havre Daily News. At Chester City Park at 3 p.m. Friday Montana Farmers Union Kid’s Day Camp will start alo...

  • Havre Daily not delivered this afternoon

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Due to press issues, Havre Daily was not able to finish printing today’s paper and could not deliver. Havre Daily apologizes for the inconvenience.... Full story

  • County commission says it has a lot of irons in the fire

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Sep 21, 2023

    At a Hill County Officials meeting Wednesday Heather Sinclair was introduced as the new director of the Hill County Council on Aging, and, along with providing their reports, county department heads were reminded to maintain a respectful workplace. Hill County Commissioners Jake Strissel and Sheri Williams said the matter of workplace respectfulness had been put on the agenda by Commissioner Mark Peterson, who was not at the meeting, and the former said he’s not sure what Peterson specifically wanted to address. R...

  • Quick pics: Grazing on a cool, clear day

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

  • Sugarbeet Festival on in Chinook Saturday

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Sep 21, 2023

    The 2023 Sugarbeet Festival in Chinook will begin Saturday, a yearly festival that, this time around, will also be a celebration of the town’s new slogan, “Small town, big community.” Laine Jorgensen, the event’s press spokesperson, said the town felt it was time for a bit of a rebrand and she is hoping the festival raises enthusiasm for the community. Jorgensen said they are trying to set as many events on main street as possible so people can see as much of the festival as possible in one place. “We’re looking forward to...

  • Chinook Rod and Gun Club holding fundraisers

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Release and Staff Chinook Rod and Gun Club is holding two fall fundraisers, starting this Saturday, to help complete improvements at the club’s trap shooting range and help build a new archery range. Construction projects can begin once the club has the final paperwork for a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks grant completed and signed, the club’s release said. In the meantime, members are getting to work on their fundraising efforts as well as sourcing and pricing the needed gravel, fencing supplies and other materials. Sat...

  • FWP releases video on grizzly bears on the prairie

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks HELENA — If you’ve traveled east of the Rocky Mountains in Montana, it might not scream “Griz Country.” But don’t let this prairie landscape fool you. There are grizzlies in this region and for the residents who live here they have some tools to avoid grizzly conflicts, one tool might be a little hairy. Special thanks to the Becker family with Stick Leg Ranch. People can watch a video on the topic at . As part of Bear Aware Month, Montana Fish, Wil...

  • Obituary - Aaron D. Alexander

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Aaron D. Alexander, “Spirit,” 62, passed away due to natural causes at Peace Hospice in Great Falls Tuesday, September 19, 2023. Wake services began at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 20, 2023, and will continue until his funeral service, which will be at 10:00 a.m. Friday, September 22, 2023, all at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church with Alvin Windy Boy officiating. Burial will follow in the Denny Family Cemetery.... Full story

  • For the Record, Sept. 21, 2023

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Havre Police Department A 15-year-old and a 14-year-old were each issued a summons on a charge of underage tobacco possession or consumption after a caller at Havre High School reported the juvenile offenses at 9:22 a.m. and 9:40 a.m. respectively Wednesday. -- A caller at a Fourth Avenue business reported Wednesday at 12:16 p.m. that a rock was thrown at their door. -- Gordon James Bacon of Box Elder, 44, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge and on seven Justice or...

  • Youth pheasant, waterfowl weekend starts Saturday

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks HELENA — Youth hunters can get a head start on pheasant and waterfowl hunting during the 2023 Youth Pheasant and Waterfowl Weekend, which is Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23 and 24. Licensed hunters, 15 and younger, will be able to hunt pheasants, ducks, mergansers, geese and coots statewide on these two days. The two-day youth hunt is open to: • legally licensed 12- to 15-year-olds who have completed hunter education and who are accompanied by a non-hunting adult at least 18 years of age, • p...

  • Protect the hunt - do it right

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is reminding hunters this year that they are crucial to people being able to hunt by respecting landowners and their property. Although most hunters respect the land, property and wildlife they are hunting, a minority do not. Yet these few bad actors lead to frustration from private landowners and hunters looking to do things right. This year remember: It’s up to us. Respect access. Protect the hunt. Every hunting season, there are reports of vandalizing of B...

  • Cats, Griz set for conference openers

    George Ferguson|Updated Sep 21, 2023

    The non-conference season is over. And for the Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies, the real fun is about to begin. After three games, both the Griz and Cats open league play this weekend with difficult road trips. But instead of taking a look at Montana's game at Northern Arizona and MSU's road trip to Weber State, it's more important to look at the league as a whole and where I think both teams might finish. The 2-1 Bobcats were picked to win the Big Sky this season,...

  • Blue Ponies look to stay undefeated in conference play

    Kason Clark|Updated Sep 21, 2023

    The Havre High volleyball team is off to an undefeated start in the Northeast A this season and it will look to continue that this Friday when it hosts Miles City at Havre High Gymnasium. With a conference rival coming to town, HHS head coach Cassie Krueger hopes the Blue Ponies use the match to continue improving as a team. "This Friday we're going to be fine tuning a little bit of our offense," Krueger said. "And I want to see the girls come together and play as a united...