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Articles from the September 26, 2019 edition

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Northern harriers excited to battle for the border

The Montana State University-Northern cross country teams don’t get to run in Havre very often. In fact, it happens just once every other year. So forgive the Lights and Skylights if they’re just...

 

Tester's new bill addresses mental health in ag community

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., in a conference call Wednesday afternoon, announced his Seeding Rural Resilience Act, which will bring mental health resources and awareness to rural communities. "As a...

 

Blue Pony spikers face tough road matches this week

The Havre High volleyball team had a great showing last Saturday against the Sidney Eagles. This week, the Blue Ponies will be sticking to more Class A competition. Havre will face off against a...

 

Halloween Corner opens in Havre

A new Halloween store opened in Havre. Halloween Corner with a selection of costumes was opened by First Street Mane Attraction Monday at 1401 First Street.  Halloween Corner will be open every day...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Sometimes a silly notion

After two weeks at a beach resort in Mazatlan, I wanna go home! Not that I don’t love it here. I do. I do. What is not to love? Fantastic balcony view. Comfortable room. Staff who treat me as though...

 

Lack of Internet access is holding rural communities back. Students too.

Across Montana, thousands of students are headed back to school to begin a new year of learning and growth. Unfortunately, many students in rural Montana remain at risk of falling behind due to the lack of broadband access in their communities....

 

Argos block Skylights on homecoming

The Montana State University-Northern volleyball team was looking to make the most of its homecoming match in the Armory Gymnasium. The visiting University of Providence Argos had other ideas though....

 

Two-day bear workshop for teachers, educators planned

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks A two-day workshop for classroom teachers and educators focusing on bears will take place in October at the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch west of Dupuyer on the Rocky Mountain Front. The Oct. 10-11 workshop will...

 

Local News - Presbyterian Church offers family spaghetti dinner

Press release The Presbyterian Church at 701 Fourth Ave. is inviting people to a family spaghetti dinner Thursday, Oct. 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. Free-will donations will be accepted....

 

Local News - Havre Trails stargazing canceled

Havre Daily News staff Havre Trails announced that it is canceling the planned stargazing due to the weather forecast....

 

Boys & Girls Clubs of America announces 'Agenda for America's Youth'

Press release From Boys & Girls Clubs of America Boys & Girls Clubs of America launched its “Agenda for America’s Youth” advocacy platform, focusing on the top issues and solutions impacting the nation’s young people. The organization also...

 

Montana Taxable Wage Base released for 2020

From Montana Department of Labor and Industry HELENA — The Montana Department of Labor & Industry announces that the Unemployment Insurance — UI — Taxable Wage Base for 2020 will be $34,100, an increase of $1,100 from 2019. The taxable wage ba...

 

Governor recognizes Native American Women's Equal Pay Day

Press release Gov. Steve Bullock joined the nation Monday in recognizing Native Women’s Equal Pay Day, a day to symbolize how far into the year an American Indian woman must work to earn what a man earned in the previous year. “American Indian...

 

For the Record, Sept. 26, 2019

Havre Police Department    A person requested at the Havre Police Station Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. for assistance from officers.    --    A First Street caller reported a vehicle crash...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    September 26, 2019

Montana's Congressional delegates voice support for U.S. interim trade deal with Japan

After a challenging year in the agricultural market, with agricultural prices greatly effected by the trade war, U.S. farmers saw some relief Wednesday, when President Donald Trump signed an interim...

 

Music-based educational event rescheduled to April

Due to predicted severe winter weather conditions, the Hi-Line Child Care Association event “Musically Minded,” which was scheduled for Saturday, has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 18, 2020. “It was a tough decision, but I decided that...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 26, 2019

Winter weather is expected this weekend

In a possible repeat of two years ago, winter weather is expected to hit north-central Montana this weekend with a winter storm watch in place and a more severe winter storm warning in effect to the west. A storm watch is in place for Liberty, Hill...

 

North 40 Outfitters previews new location and services

North 40 Outfitters is evolving into its new location at 3180 U.S. Highway 2 West and the goal is to be able to move there by the end of the year. "This is a good move, not only us, but for the...

 

Replace faded licenses and avoid attaching carcass tags directly to meat

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Tag holders who have not checked their license and carcass tags in a while should do so well in advance of their hunting trip to ensure they haven’t faded. Hunters and anglers with faded licenses can have them...

 

Mountain lion hunting closes in districts 400, 401, 403, 406, 415, 441

The hunting of all mountain lions in north-central Montana hunting districts 400, 401, 403, 406, 415, and 441, which includes portions of Toole, Pondera, Liberty, Chouteau, Glacier and Teton counties, closed at one-half hour after sunset Tuesday....

 

Another deer positive for CWD

KALISPELL - An additional white-tailed deer in the Libby area is suspected to be positive for chronic wasting disease. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks collected a sample from the adult doe that was...

 

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