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Articles from the November 1, 2017 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports

Blue Ponies start over at divisionals

This season has been one of ups and downs for the Havre High volleyball team. But now, with the Eastern A Divisional Tournament here, the Blue Ponies have one last chance to put it... — Updated 11/1/2017


Quick Pics: Trick or Treat ...

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 By Paul Dragu    Local

Halloween carnival a blast at Highland Park school

The annual Halloween Carnival at Highland Park Early Primary School continued Tuesday as parents and teachers joined forces so costume-donned students could have an educational,... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By Paul Dragu    Local

District Court faces jury dodger problem

A Hill County courthouse official says jury dodgers have progressively increased in the last few years. The trend of people not responding to jury duty summonses, as far as she's se... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By Paul Dragu    Local

Meeting set on College Park Plaza health concerns

Department heads will hold a special meeting Thursday to discuss safety and health concerns that have been plaguing the College Park Plaza Building for years. Representatives from the Hill County Commission, the county health... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By Paul Dragu    Local

Demontiney charged in drug, chase case

A man is accused of crashing a vehicle after leading officers on a pursuit in Hill County and having over 17 grams of methamphetamine hidden in the car. Makray L. Demontiney is charged with felony criminal possession with intent... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By Paul Dragu    Local

Art association show and sale slated for this weekend

The Havre Art Association will host its 47th annual Art Show and Sale Saturday and Sunday at Van Orsdel United Methodist Church, where 19 Havre artists will display their artwork. The featured artist will be Mary Fablgren from... — Updated 11/1/2017


Local schools participate in GEAR UP grant

Press release Several local schools are among those in the state participating in a multi-million dollar grant to help students get to and stay in college. Box Elder, Harlem, Hays-Lodge Pole and Rocky Boy are among the 18 school... — Updated 11/1/2017


Letter to the Editor - Politicians are to blame for lost health insurance

Editor, Health insurance companies are raising rates and dropping coverage all across Montana, and politicians are to blame. Business owners know they must understand their core business to stay profitable. Likewise, politicians... — Updated 11/1/2017


Local News - Quisno appointed to ag council

Gov. Steve Bullock has appointed Patricia Quisno of Harlem to the Montana Agriculture Development Council. Quisno is an operator for her family ranch in Blaine County.... — Updated 11/1/2017


For the Record, Nov. 1, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after a juvenile went to the police department to speak to an officer Tuesday at 9:17 a.m. —— Officer assisted a citizen on 11th Street West Tuesday at 9:35 a.m. —— Officers... — Updated 11/1/2017


Obituary - Anna Marie Gallus

Anna Marie Gallus of Chinook, 73, passed away Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at Northern Montana Hospital with family by her side. She was born Feb. 17, 1944, to William and Margaret... — Updated 11/1/2017 Full story


That Guy's Fab Shop holding open house Nov. 8

Havre Daily News staff The owners of a new company making grain bin hoppers in the Golden Triangle is inviting people to come in and see what they are building. That Guy's Fab... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By Julie Rodgers    Sports

Local Bowling Report: Good scores being rolled at Harvest Moon

For anyone interested in youth bowling, signup is Nov. 5 from 1 to 2 p.m. at Harvest Moon Lanes. Come sign up and bowl a free game. Notices will also be sent out to the schools.... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By George Ferguson    Sports

Lights will learn in Bozeman

The Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team is 1-0 on the young season. And the Lights will still be 1-0 after tonight. However, Northern also will have played the... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By George Ferguson    Sports

Frontier Notebook: Raiders getting it done on both sides

And with a Griff Amies field goal, the dream of a de facto Frontier Conference championship game was gone. Amies kicked a field goal as time expired in last Saturday's Frontier... — Updated 11/1/2017

 By Chris Peterson    Sports

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Kourtney Hanson, Chinook Volleyball

Kourtney Hanson and the Sugarbeeters get to play at home in the Northern C this weekend The Chinook volleyball program has been the dominant team in the District 6C East, but last... — Updated 11/1/2017


Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Wednesday High School Volleyball Eastern A Divisional at Lewistown College Basketball Lights at Montana State, 7 p.m. Thursday High School Volleyball Eastern A Divisional at... — Updated 10/31/2017

 By Alex Ross    Publications

Hi-Line Farm & Ranch November 2017: That Guy's Fab Shop holding hopper open house

A company making new grain bin hoppers is inviting people to come in and see what the company is doing. That Guy’s Fab Shop is holding an open house and luncheon Wednesday, Nov. 8, at its facility in Torgerson’s buildings at... — Updated 10/27/2017


Hi-Line Farm & Ranch November 2017: Heat and drought could be new normal, experts say

The dry and hot 2017 weather, compounded by fires in some areas, has been rough on north-central Montana’s agriculture producers. The Havre-north-central region received 3.18 inches of precipitation from March to September, the... — Updated 10/27/2017


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