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 By Derek Hann    Local    October 31, 2019

Fort Belknap holds ground blessing ceremony for new wellness center

HAYS - Fort Belknap Indian Reservation community members gathered Wednesday for a ground blessing ceremony for the future Hays Health and Wellness Center, located next to Hays-Lodge Pole High School,...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Beware the devious AI toothbrush

“This is the way we brush our teeth, brush our teeth, brush our teeth. This is the way we brush our teeth, so early in the morning.” News headlines to nursery rhymes, that’s me. When I read...

 

Havre's Dean returns to Sixth Annual Last Chance New Play Fest

Press release Helena’s Last Chance New Play Fest, now in its sixth year, will run Nov 8-17, and features five new projects by Montana writers with a play by Havre’s Rachel Dean appearing for the second-straight year. The play by Dean is in the Mo...

 

Skylights looking for some senior night magic

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights are nearing the end of their first season under veteran head coach Jerry Wagner. And, as the final two weeks of the Frontier Conference' regular season...

 

Havre speech still looking for judges

Press release With the Havre High School speech and debate tournament just two days away, the Havre team’s head coach said they are still looking for a few people to volunteer to judge. “We have had a great response, as always, but this is a...

 

A reunion 15 years in the making

No matter what he has, or will, achieve in what has been an impressive coaching career, Troy Purcell will never forget that sunny November day in 2004 — the one where his Havre Blue Ponies captured...

 

Legal Tip of the Week - How courts split property, debts in a divorce

From Montana Legal Services Association Do you know how the court splits up property and debts in a divorce? The court will split the property and debts of the marriage equitably. Equitable means fair. It does not always mean that everything is...

 

Hi-Line squads ready for round one of the playoffs

Saturday will be a big day for the likes of Bg Sandy, Fort Benton and North Star. Big Sandy is back and ready for some more. After a tough loss late in the Six-Man playoffs last year, the Pioneers wil...

 

Hi-Line Law announces addition of two attorneys

Hi-Line Law PLLC press release Havre's Hi-Line Law PLLC has announced the addition of two new attorneys. Kaden T. Keto received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Montana School of Law in...

 

Town Pump donating $750,000 for food banks statewide

Press release The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $750,000 in contributions during its 18th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana, including Havre Community Food Bank and the Feed My Sheep Soup Kitchen. A...

 

Montana National Guard offers to pay college tuition for members

From Montana Air National Guard Montana —Air National Guard is telling people who want to attend a state university — including Montana State University-Northern, Montana State University and University of Montana — that the guard can help...

 

Fox joins Stockman Bank Havre as real estate loan officer

Press Release Kristy Fox has recently joined Stockman Bank in Havre as a real estate loan officer. She will develop and service real estate loans while assisting clients in becoming homeowners, consol...

 

For the Record, Oct. 31, 2019

Havre Police Department Joshua David Rainingbird of Havre, 37, was arrested on charges of criminal mischief and trespass to property, after a Second Street caller reported Wednesday at 1:25 p.m. that...

 

OUTDOORS: Remember to practice firearm safety this big game season

By Montana FWP With big game season opening last weekend, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks would like to stress the importance of being safe this year. Last hunting season, Montana experienced more...

 

Clarification - Main Street group moving forward with official recognition, projects

Hill County Community Foundation Chair Pam Veis contacted Havre Daily News to clarify information included in Tuesday’s article “Main Street group moving forward with official recognition, projects.” The Hill County Community Foundation was... Full story

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    October 31, 2019

MSU Extension speaker explains SIDs to Havre crowd

A crowd gathered in Havre City Hall Wednesday to listen to a local government expert explain how Special Improvement Districts can help fund infrastructure. "The challenge we are seeing across the sta...

 

Job Service-Havre offers five-part series helping people find, get jobs

Among its other assistance, Job Service-Havre offers a five-part series of free workshops in a weekly rotation throughout the year aimed at help people find, apply for and start a job. The workshops — such as this week’s, “Success on the Job...

 

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