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  • State honoring Northern's Collegiate Stockgrowers as volunteers of the game.

    Updated Oct 16, 2017

    Havre Daily News staff Nine students from Montana State University-Northern will be recognized by the state during Saturday's football game for their work during two major fires in Montana. Members of Northern's Collegiate Stockgrowers will be honored by The Governor's Office of Community Service and Montana Campus Compact as the Volunteers of the Game during the Lights game against the Rocky Mountain Battlin' Bears for the Stockgrowers volunteer work during the East Fork Fire...

  • Saturday's Football: Big Sandy locks up playoff berth

    Updated Oct 14, 2017

    Bainville 67, Froid/Medicine Lake Coop 22 Big Sandy 30, Geraldine/Highwood 22 Circle 62, St. Labre 19 Darby 57, Troy 6 Denton-Geyser-Stanford def. Broadview-Lavina, forfeit Great Falls Central 12, Cascade 6 Seeley-Swan def. Hot Springs, forfeit Sunburst 58, Augusta 18 Valier 41, North Star 0 West Yellowstone 52, Valley Christian 6...

  • Friday's Prep Football: Chinook edges CJI, Livingston stuns Havre

    Updated Oct 13, 2017

    Friday's Scores The Associated Press PREP FOOTBALL Arlee 52, Victor 6 Baker 25, Glasgow/Hinsdale/Nashua 6 Belt 26, Centerville 0 Big Timber 58, Red Lodge 7 Billings Central 28, Lewistown (Fergus) 12 Billings Senior 35, Missoula Hellgate 8 Billings West 14, Missoula Sentinel 9 Bridger 49, Winnett-Grass Range 14 Browning 30, Polson 19 Butte Central 34, Stevensville 0 Chinook 14, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 12 Choteau 64, Fort Benton 20 Colstrip 40, Wolf Point 0 Columbia Falls 56,...

  • Local university schedules job fair for Monday

    Alex Ross|Updated Oct 13, 2017

    The Montana State University-Northern Career Center will hold their annual Fall Career Fair Monday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m to noon in the Armory Gymnasium, Mary Heller, director of the Career Fair at Northern, said 36 employers have registered for this year’s fair. Registration for employers looking to participate closed Oct. 11, but students and alumni have until Monday to register to attend. Heller said in a press release that the fair will give Northern students and alumni the chance to meet with employers from throughout the...

  • Domestic violence awareness walk set for Saturday

    Paul Dragu|Updated Oct 13, 2017

    People will come together Saturday morning to be part of the fourth annual Walk for Awareness in Havre, a domestic abuse awareness event part of national Domestic Violence Awareness month. Signups will begin at 9 a.m. and people will began walking at 10 a.m. The route will begin at the intersection of First Street and Fifth Avenue. From there, participants will walk south on Fifth Avenue and take a right toward Northern Montana Hospital. Once at the hospital, the group will...

  • FWP expects local fishery to recover

    Paul Dragu|Updated Oct 13, 2017

    Despite a summer plagued by heat and drought that contributed to low water levels, a local biologist said the fish population of Fresno Reservoir, Bear Paw Lake and Beaver Creek Reservoir are on track to recovery, if the drought does not continue. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks fisheries biologist Cody Nagel said Thursday that recent surveys showed this summer's low pool levels hurt the population of younger forage fish - young perch, crappie and shiner - in Fresno. The brig...

  • Council candidates list campaign income

    Alex Ross|Updated Oct 13, 2017

    Two Havre City Council candidates running for the same seat are the only candidates in upcoming city elections to file any campaign finance reports, the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices website says. Montana law requires that candidates for political office periodically file reports documenting their campaign fundraising and spending activity, unless they certify they would not raise more than $500 during their campaigns. Most candidates in Blaine and Hill counties and the towns of Chester and Big Sandy have not...

  • Celebrating History: You can't make this up

    Updated Oct 13, 2017

    By Emily Mayer Every now and then, there are a series of events that simply have to be put in the “you can’t make this stuff up” file. The Montana Attorney General back in 1917 was Sam Ford. He had his eye on the governor’s seat and wanted to use Havre as an example of projecting a tough-on-crime image. Among his actions were charges against then-Hill County Attorney Victor Griggs for not performing “official duties” in not prosecuting crimes of prostitution. An article splashed across the front page of the Oct. 13, 1917 is...

  • Local News - Make a Spell Book at the Library

    Updated Oct 13, 2017

    Saturday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m. The Havre-Hill County Library will hold a special craft night in which people can make their very own spell book for Halloween. All supplies will be provided free of charge. Adults and families are invited to join the library staff for this free event. Light refreshments will be served....