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Articles from the December 9, 2019 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    December 9, 2019

Live Nativity brings Christmas to Havre

The annual Live Nativity, put on by Van Orsdel United Methodist Church to get people to remember what Christmas is all about by making the Biblically historic event of the birth of Jesus Christ a litt...


HOMETOWN TOUGH: Ponies place six at season-opening Havre Invite

It is not easy to knock around the Havre High Wrestling team at its own meet but, once again, a strong effort from the Great Falls Bison is just what the Bison needed to take home the team title at...


Complete Weekend: Skylights beat Rocky to begin Frontier play undefeated

After a thrilling Frontier Conference win over Montana Western last Thursday in the Armory Gymnasium, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights looked ready for another Frontier challenge...


Bears battle past Lights in overtime

The Montana State University-Northern Lights had a big game against the Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears Saturday in the Armory Gymnasium. The game was intense and even went into an overtime...


Northern gets plenty of mat time in Great Falls

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team got plenty of mat time last weekend in Great Falls. Last Friday, the Lights had three duals in the annual Argo Duals, before taking part in the...


How would tax cuts be paid for?

At a gubernatorial campaign fundraiser, U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., pledged to cut taxes 30 percent over his first two years. The promise of “huge tax cuts” is attractive, but voter beware: Tasty bait often hides painful hooks. State...


HHS speech brings hardware home from Fort Benton

Press release Havre High School speech and debate saw success in a revived tournament in Fort Benton Friday, bringing home two team trophies, a first-place student finish and seven other Blue Ponies making it on stage to collect top-eight finishes....


Obituary - Steven James Azure

Steven James Azure of Fort Belknap, 66, passed away peacefully Dec. 5, 2019, after a long illness. Cremation has taken place and a private family celebration of life will be held. Holland and Bonine... Full story


Obituary - Gladys I. Hulett

Gladys I. Hulett, age 95, peacefully passed away due to natural causes Saturday, November 23, 2019, at the Northern Montana Care Center in Havre, Mont. Gladys was born October 13, 1924, in Havre, the... Full story


For the Record, Dec. 9, 2019

Havre Police Department A hit and run crash was reported Friday at 5:07 p.m. on Second Street West. -- A hit and run crash was reported on Wilson Avenue Friday at 6:13 p.m. -- Charles Gabrielle...


Correction - Community Choir concert

An entry in Community Calendar on Page A3 in Friday’s edition of the Havre Daily News about the Montana State University-Northern Community Choir Concert Tuesday listed the wrong start time for the concert. The concert starts at 7... Full story


Correction - Georgiann's women clothing store

A story on Page A8, the Business Page, in Thursday’s edition of the Havre Daily News, misreported that the store first opened Saturday. It opened Nov. 25.... Full story


Children's museum and indoor play area in the works

The Hill County Early Childhood Investment Team — ECIT — is partnering with Havre mom Kimberly Vaughn in creating a children’s museum/ indoor play area called, “Hi-Line Littles.”  “We as ECIT have done informal polls with parents,...


Havre High grad Holt serving as federal bankruptcy judge

A Havre High school graduate has made it to a top level in the legal system. Whitman Holt was appointed by the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Nov. 1 as judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the...


Celebrating the Christmas season in Havre

Havre Daily News Staff Christmas events are in full swing, and Havre was no exception over the weekend. Celebrations included Havre Beneath the Streets Christmas Stroll, a holiday hayride in a...


Harlem schools go into lockdown

Posts on the Harlem Public Schools Facebook page say Harlem schools went into lockdown today while a threat was evaluated. After school activities for today were canceled, a post said. Watch for more...


Harlem schools open today after Monday lockdown

Harlem Public Schools are open today after going into lockdown Monday while school district officials evaluated a threat. After school activities were canceled Monday, but the schools were operating... Full story


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