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Articles from the September 23, 2019 edition

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Celebrants have a grand old time at Havre Festival Days

Editor's note: This corrects the information with the photograph of the Kiwanis Pancake Feed. Havre Festival Days continued its long-standing tradition in the area over the weekend, bringing the...

 

Locomotives steamroll the Blue Ponies

The Havre High football team went into the second home game of the season with high spirits. Unfortunately, the Ponies game against the Laurel Locomotives did not go as planned in a 43-7 loss Friday...

 

Saints march away from Lights

For the second straight season, the Montana State University-Northern Lights got off to a great start with a non-conference win. Still, the young Lights knew after beating Arizona Christian back in...

 

Blue Pony netters sweep Sidney on the road

The Havre High volleyball team has had a very strong season so far and continued that trend when the Blue Ponies played the Sidney Eagles Saturday. The Ponies swept the Eagles in a very competitive...

 

Ponies' times improve in Great Falls

The Havre high cross-country teams had a very competitive meet Saturday in the Great Falls Cross-Country invitational, facing off against multiple Class AA and Class A schools in a big race. Both the...

 

Skylights swept in Frontier openers

It’s been a long road trip for the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team. The trip started Aug. 23, and it concluded with two Frontier Conference losses this past weekend. Northern began...

 

Havre High golf teams wrap up the regular season

Havre Daily News Staff All that stood between the Havre High golf teams and the Class A postseason was 36 holes. And the Blue Ponies took advantage of that opportunity this past week. Havre played at...

 

Bobcats, Grizzlies win big at home

MISSOULA - Dalton Sneed threw for 334 yards and four touchdowns, Marcus Knight ran for 148 yards and another score and No. 19 Montana beat Monmouth 47-27 on Saturday inside to Washington-Grizzly Stadi...

 

For the Record, Sept. 23, 2019

Havre Police Department Milo Montgomery Moor of Havre, 27, was arrested on two charges of violation of a protective order after a Havre caller reported Friday at 12:54 p.m that a man was trying to...

 

First Montana case of vaping severe pulmonary disease confirmed

Press release RiverStone Health and the Department of Public Health and Human Services have identified the first confirmed case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping in connection with...

 

Officials close Cow Creek Reservoir near Chinook

Press release Blaine County health officials reported Thursday that a test performed for cyanotoxins associated with a blue-green algae bloom at Cow Creek Reservoir has returned with high results. As...

 

Havre pool to open Monday

Press release The Havre Community Pool, which has been closed for maintenance, will open to the public Monday, Sept. 30, at 6 a.m.. The pool schedule is: Lap Swim 6-8 a.m. Monday through Friday Noon-1 p.m. Monday through Friday 6-7 p.m. Tuesday,...

 

Coordinator reports successful blood drive

By Carla Jenewein, Red Cross blood drive coordinator for Chinook The Chinook Blood Drive was held at Wallner Hall Tuesday, Septy. 10. We had 37 presenting donors with 34 units collected on a goal of...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commissioner's Calendar

Monday MACo Conference — Great Falls Tuesday MACo Conference — Great Falls Wednesday MACo Conference — Great Falls Thursday MACo Conference — Great Falls Friday Office Hours...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 23, 2019

Plaintiffs suing Border Patrol say forced out of Havre due to backlash

Two women who are suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection for detaining the for nearly half an hour for speaking Spanish while waiting in line at a Havre store say backlash from the lawsuit is driving them from town. “The result has compounded...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 23, 2019

Celebrating traditional history and heritatge during Native American Week

A number of schools and communities in the area are taking a special look into the area’s unique Native American history and culture for Native American Week this week, with some schools taking time in the classroom and others holding events with...

 

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