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Articles from the October 4, 2018 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local

Local candidate forum set for Wednesday in Havre

The Havre Daily News is holding a forum for Hill County and local legislative candidates to talk to voters about who they are and where they stand on issues. The forum, with... — Updated 10/8/2018


Daines will be in DC after daughter's wedding for Kavanaugh vote if needed for confirmation

Editor’s note: This version corrects an Associated Press headline that said Daines would leave his daughter’s wedding if needed WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Steve Daines said he will return to Washington D.C. by private jet on his... — Updated 10/5/2018

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Spectrum service cut in chunk of north-central Montana

A large swathe of north-central Montana lost telephone, internet and television service last night in the midst of NFL Thursday Night Football, Major League Baseball playoff games and prime-time television programming when a... — Updated 10/5/2018


Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh clears crucial Senate hurdle

By LISA MASCARO and ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON — A deeply divided Senate pushed Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination past a key procedural hurdle today, setting u... — Updated 10/5/2018

 By Chris Peterson    Sports

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Luke Karnauskas, MSU-N X-Country

Luke Karnauskas has been a staple of the local running scene, first as an athlete at Havre High and now as a member of the Montana State University-Northern Men's cross country... — Updated 10/4/2018

 By Stephen Real    Local

Domestic Violence Awareness Walk adding 5K run

Support and education - those are the goals of Saturday's Domestic Abuse Awareness 5K run and walk. This year's Havre walk, sponsored by District 4 Human Resources Development... — Updated 10/4/2018

 By Stephen Real    Local

Northern campus host talks to clarify sexual violence

A blend of humor and seriousness was used at a discussion held at Montana State University-Northern's Cowan Hall Wednesday night to clarify what sexual violence is and how people... — Updated 10/4/2018

 By Derek Hann    Local

Affiliated Developer pulls out of Eagles Manor deal

The company Affiliated Developers Inc. which has been attempting to purchase the Eagles Manor has stepped away from the deal, said Jeryl Schneider, vice president of Tamarack Property Management Co., in an email to the Havre Daily... — Updated 10/4/2018


For the Record, Oct. 4, 2018

Havre Police Department A caller at Second Avenue and Ninth Street reported a non-injury vehicle crash between a GMC and a Subaru at 8 a.m. Wednesday. -- Franklin John Dearth of Box... — Updated 10/4/2018


Auditions set for 'Peter Pan' pantomime

Montana Actors’ Theatre is continuing its tradition of putting on a pantomime for the Christmas holiday season and is inviting people to audition Sunday and Monday for its 2018 production of “Peter Pan.” A modern panto, or pa... — Updated 10/4/2018

 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion

Looking out my Backdoor - Gloomy in Glendive

I would like to tell you it is all about the weather. I would be lying. Even though it seems like rain has followed me from Washington to Glacier to Harlem to Glendive, I am simply... — Updated 10/4/2018

 By Chris Peterson    Sports

A busy week ahead for Pony harriers

The Havre High cross country teams are currently in the midst of the most challenging part of their schedule and Thursday in Helena, at the annual Preview Meet, things won’t get... — Updated 10/4/2018

 By George Ferguson    Sports

MSU-N golfers wrap up 2018

Just before the snow flew, the Montana State University-Northern men's and women's golf teams got their last tournament of the fall in. The Lights and Skylights competed at the... — Updated 10/3/2018


Living Magazine October 2018

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