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Hi-Line Football Roundup: A Halloween Triple Feature

BOX ELDER — Regardless of the result, the Box Elder football team knew it was going to make history Saturday. But thanks to a big-play offense and a hard-hitting defense, the Bears made sure it was...

 

Havre couple honored by Daines

A Havre couple who served in the Montana Army National Guard have been honored by Sen. Steve Daines for “their dedicated service to Montana and the nation.” Sgt. Michaela Boushey and SSG Shayne Boushey of Havre will be honored at a Big Hearts...

 

Lights debut at home with a sweep

It was only late October, and it was only the Montana State University-Northern Lights’ first home game of the season. But, the Warner-Pacific Knights made it feel like a Frontier Conference...

 

Pony spikers complete big regular season in Lewistown

The Havre High volleyball team didn't have much to play for Friday night against Lewistown, at least not in the Central A conference standings, anyway. Yet, the rivalry between Havre and Lewistown,...

 

Saints shut down Lights in Helena

The start of Saturday’s Frontier Conference football game at Nelson Stadium in Helena was delayed by almost an hour due to a power outage. But, it did little to stops the host Fighting Saints from...

 

Major repairs planned for US Highway 2 in Blaine County

A total of 14.1 miles of U.S. Highway 2 from Chinook to Fort Belknap will undergo major repairs in 2018 under a plan from the Montana Department of Transportation. MDT officials say there will be no need for rights-of-way or utility relocations...

 

Carroll spikes Northern in Helena

Once again, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team found itself in a tight first set, and a tight match, on the road. But, the Skylights just couldn't get over the hump against a very t...

 

Nationals swept in Bozeman

The Glacier Nationals had hopes of making up ground in the Frontier Division standings this past weekend against Bozeman, but after back-to-back losses, they still find themselves behind the eight-bal...

 

Cat-Griz Report: Spooky Saturday for Grizzlies, Bobcats

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Every week is a career week for North Dakota freshman running back John Santiago. Santiago ran for a career-high 230 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winning...

 

Try Hockey for Free Day comes to the Ice Dome on Saturday

Havre Youth Hockey invites boys and girls to the Havre Ice Dome Saturday for a Try Hockey For Free clinic as part of Come Play Hockey Month. Starting at 1 p.m. Nov. 7, local area youth, ages 4-14,...

 

Wherefore Art thou Class of 1970? 'The 9 Debbies'

For the past three months I’ve been in search of the nine Debbies that I graduated with in the Havre High School Class of 1970. They were Conroy, Duty, Dykstra, Engdahl, Greytak, Grodahl, Kuhr,...

 

Obituary - The Rev. Elizabeth Kathryn "Betty" Mawbey

The Rev. Elizabeth Kathryn “Betty” Mawbey died Monday, Oct. 5, at Prairie Community Hospital in Terry. She was born Sept. 22, 1943, in Niskayuna, New York. She graduated with a master’s degree in divinity in 1986 from the Lutheran School of...

 

Obituary - John Thomas Main

John Thomas Main, 54, “Lone Fly” Niisoh’ohuuh, of Lodge Pole, beloved father, son, brother, uncle, grandfather and friend began his journey home to the Creator at 9:05 p.m., on Oct. 30, 2015, at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls, Montana. Wake...

 

Obituary - Herbert "Herb" William (Brekken) Belcher

Herbert “Herb” William (Brekken) Belcher was born on June 28, 1932, in Zurich, Montana, the oldest son of Fred and Evelyn (Henderson) Belcher. He died on Oct. 28, 2015, in Hamilton, Montana, at age 83. He was preceded in death by his parents and...

 

Correction - Havre High School students of the month

The headline of a story on the Milestones page in Friday’s edition of the Havre Daily News listing Havre High School’s students of the month, Kaitlyn Wilkie and Zane Anderson, misreported that the story was for the Havre Middle...

 

Community Focus: Christmas decorations before Halloween is not all that bad

I generally shudder when I see the first Christmas decorations in stores. They seem to appear earlier every year. However, this year I am thankful for them. I have long held that we humans migrate as much as the Canada geese which make semi-annual...

 

Community Focus: A clean power plan, designed by Montanans, an opportunity

Recently, the shadowy Americans for Prosperity, funded by the Koch Brothers, and best known for claiming to speak for millions (and millions and millions) of Montanans, has recently submitted guest opinion pieces to several Montana daily newspapers...

 

'Latino America, Latino Montana' program set for Nov. 10

Press release Havre Hometown Humanities “Faces of Montana” will host the Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau program “Latino America, Latino Montana” with Montana State University professor Bridget Kevane Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. in the...

 

Obituary - Joe A. Afdahl

Joe A. Afdahl, 54, Rudyard farmer, died from esophageal cancer on Oct. 28, 2015, at the Liberty Medical Center in Chester. Memorial Mass was 1p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, at Our Lady of Ransom CatholicChurch...

 

Girl Scout leaders needed everywhere, especially Harlem

From Girls Scouts of Montana and Wyoming Girl Scouts is for every girl, everywhere. However, right now, there are places without Girl Scout programs because there are no volunteers. At this time in Harlem, there are girls anxious to begin or...

 

Closing of Beaver Creek fishing extended to Nov. 15

From FWP Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has extended the closure of approximately 25 miles of lower Beaver Creek to both recreational fishing and bait collection.  The original plans were to have the creek closed for approximately 45 days; from...

 

For the Record, Nov. 2, 2015

Havre Police Department Jason Skidmore, 32, of Hays and Carl John Morsette, 43, of Havre were each issued a summons on a charge of shoplifting, after a caller at a 1st Street business reported at 2:51 p.m. Friday that a man who had been reported at 1...

 

State urges seniors to apply to college this week

A lot of high school students are unaware of the opportunities available to them after college, Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau says. So the state has launched Montana College Application Week. The program encourages...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    November 2, 2015

Election deadline Tuesday

Havre and Hingham residents have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to turn in their ballots for upcoming city elections. Ballots were sent out Oct. 14 to registered voters. Unlike in presidential or statewide elections, all voting is done by mail or dropping off...

 

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