Havre Daily News - News you can use

Articles from the October 5, 2018 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 38



MSU-N Game Day: Pride for both sides of the Border

Havre is just 40 miles from the Canadian border. But no matter how close Canada and the United States are in relation to Havre, and Montana State University-Northern, when it comes to football, the...

 

Friday Night Lights: He Passes the Eye-Test

On the football field, it can sometimes be hard to measure improvement. Certainly, wins and losses are one way, but another is the eye test and when it comes to that, few players on the Havre High...

 

Ponies will try to stop charging Rams

After five straight losses, the Havre High football team doesn't really have much chance at making the postseason. Yet with one of the best teams in Class A invading Blue Pony Stadium tonight, the Blu...

 

Lights take on Mounties in primetime

The Montana State University-Northern Lights began their season-long grind, the first under head coach Andrew Rolin, all the way back on Aug. 5. So last week's bye week was a welcome site for the...

 

Blue Pony spikers aim to keep winning in the corral

The Havre High volleyball team has been on a roll lately, and with their six-match homestand coming to a close Saturday, the Blue Ponies will look to continue their winning ways. Since the Ponies...

 

Skylights searching for an elusive win in Dillon

It's becoming quite clear that, with how good the Frontier Conference is in volleyball again this season, wins, especially on the road, are going to be hard to come by. But, Saturday night in Dillon,...

 

Griz hope for a happy homecoming against PSU

The Montana Grizzlies certainly have to feel good about the first five weeks of Bobby Hauck's return to the helm in Missoula, but there's no time to get complacent, either. While the Griz' biggest riv...

 

2018 Legends For Lights weekend underway

This weekend is a big one for Montana State University-Northern Athletics. Once again, the NLASF is hosting the Legends for Lights Pheasant Jamboree. Over the years, the event has gotten bigger and...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    October 5, 2018

October Rage cries 'Victory or Valhalla' as the band comes back to Havre

Australian hard rock band October Rage will be coming back to Havre for the third year Saturday, Oct. 13, drummer Kai Chambers said Wednesday. He added the band will play two shows back-to-back in...

 

Getten featured artist at Northern

Press release The Montana State University-Northern October artist of the month is Teresa Webber Getten. Getten has been well-known in the Havre community for at least the last three years since her...

 

Senior Center News, Oct. 5, 2018

North Central Senior Citizens Center, Oct. 8-12 Monday — Columbus Day holiday Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; bingo at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m; pinochle at 1 p.m.; Walmart shopping from 1 to 4 p...

 

Havre Middle School lists students of the month

Havre Middle School's Sixth-Grade Student of the Month for September is Katie Messinger. Katie is the daughter of Mike and Angela Messinger. She has three siblings Allie, Eric and Hawk Messinger....

 

Out Our Way: Christ's cavvy

Out our way, Charlie and I only used two or three horses for working cattle. Charlie usually rode Jet, a solid bay who was solid and steady, and he often allowed me to ride “Freckles,” an Appaloosa  who was excitable and needed a firm hand. And...

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, when sitting upon a hilltop surveying all within eyesight, one might wonder about the river meandering below; who knew how much water to put into it, what is the water’s source and what is its destination. Then along comes a merry...

 

Grief Poem - Endure All Things

The seasons change and so do we as we walk this grief route. We shuffle on but this we know, we’re loved without a doubt.  Some special things take place each day, right now we’re lonely, dear. A “‘versarie’s”  near — this time of...

 

On Theology and the Christian Life: The Reformation: A Brief History

For some, October begins the season of harvest. For others, October marks the swift slide to Christmas. Children think only of candy that will rot the teeth. While Halloween has staked out its place as the punctuation mark for the month of October,...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    October 5, 2018

View from the North 40: If you 'can't even imagine' then be prepared

I wish to unread a news article I found this week but, apparently, until my hereditary Alzheimer’s sets in I’m stuck with it in my brain. The Associated Press reported that a bowling alley owner got stuck in his pin setting machine Sunday and...

 

Clear the smoke around ballot Initiative I-185

Tobacco companies are dumping millions of dollars into Montana to deceive voters by filling our mailboxes and cluttering our TV screens. It’s time to clear the smoke around Ballot Initiative I-185.  Let’s look at the facts: In addition...

 

Hi-Line Living - The start to something greater

The schools at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation are working to start a new tradition in teaching students their traditions. Native American Week started Sept. 24, and this was the first year...

 

For the Record, Oct. 5, 2018

Havre Police Department Geno Valdez Menard of Havre, 21, was issued a summons at 1:20 p.m. Thursday on a charge of criminal contempt in relation to a drug patch violation. -- An arrest was made after...

 

Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Havre Middle School. The agenda for the meeting is: A. Call to order 1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Roll call 3. Welcome to visitors 4. Presentation and display 5. Agenda...

 

Agenda - H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board

The next regular meeting of the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board will be Monday in the Board Room of Havre Inn and Suites. The meeting agenda is: 1. Call to order 2. Roll call of members 3. Reading and Approval of minutes 4. Museum Report ...

 

Agenda - Hill County Commission

Monday Courthouse closed in observation of Columbus Day Tuesday 10:30 a.m. — Weekly road meeting Noon — COA Advisory Board meeting 1 p.m. — 911 meeting at City Hall Wednesday 2 p.m. — RSID 22 construction update meeting — tentative...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018