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Havre High Basketball Preview: Talented Blue Pony girls will be a Class A powerhouse

Even after claiming back-to-back regular season conference titles, as well as back-to-back Central A tournament titles, the table is set for the Havre High girls basketball program to have one of its... Full story


Havre High Basketball Preview: Havre High boys should be much improved this winter

A young and inexperienced program takes its lumps early, but with every passing game, tournament, and season, that young program grows older and more experienced. The Havre High boys basketball team... Full story


Hi-Line will be a hoops hotbed

High school wrestling got started last weekend. Now, it’s basketball’s turn to heat up. And nowhere will the start of the high school basketball season be more prevalent than in Havre and on the... Full story


Pony matmen head to the Mining City Duals

Fresh off of a team win at the season opening Havre Invitational, the Havre High Blue Pony wrestling team looks to keep rolling as they enter another long and tough weekend. The Central A Ponies beat... Full story


Lights remain No.2 in new NAIA Poll, 10 grapplers ranked

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team remained the No. 2 team in NAIA wrestling following the release of the second NAIA Coaches Poll of the season. The poll, released Wednesday, saw... Full story


Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Basketball Native American Classic At Havre Harlem vs Box Elder girls, 5:15 p.m. Harlem vs Box Elder boys, 6:45 p.m. High School Wrestling Havre at Butte Mixer Friday High School Basketball Havre girls at Malta, 6 p.m. Havre... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 12, 2013

Annexed property enters Havre Jan. 1

Havre and Hill County officials met Wednesday to discuss a smooth transition of property annexed into the city this fall, taking effect the first of the year, with other proposed annexations delayed at least until next fall. The properties annexed... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Local    December 12, 2013

Nativity scene aims to inspire

As the rush of Christmas season threatens to overwhelm, one seasonal tradition in Havre offers a time for quiet, peaceful reflection Saturday evening. This island of harmony in the chaos of Christmas... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 12, 2013

UM president visits Hi-Line, touts his university

Despite some occasional bumps in the road, the University of Montana and the Montana University system is well positioned for the future. So said Royce Engstrom, president of the University of... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 12, 2013

Wild temp swings hit, more in the forecast

Less than a week after north-central Montana set record low temperatures and was in the national news as the cold spot in the nation, the weather is back above freezing with a more than 70-degree swing in four days. But the forecast again calls for... Full story


Ralph G. Oehmcke

Ralph G. Oehmcke, 89, passed away at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home on Dec. 8, 2013. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, at 11 a.m. at American Lutheran Church in Chinook, with burial... Full story


Venus Marie 'Ven Bear' Crantz

Venus Marie "Ven Bear" Crantz, 34, of Harlem, Mont., died suddenly from respiratory complications at the Fort Belknap Indian Health Service emergency room. She was born Sept. 30, 1979, in Fort... Full story


Richard 'Dick' Schafer

Correction: The time of Mass was unclear in the obituary that appeared in Wednesday's edition of the Havre Daily News. Our hearts are deeply saddened by the passing of Richard "Dick" Schafer, 81, who... Full story


For the Record, December 12, 2013

Havre Police Department A participant in the 24/7 Sobriety Program was arrested Wednesday at 8:03 a.m. at the police station. No further details were made available. ——— Officers investigated a hit-and-run crash reported from 9th Street... Full story


A look back at women in Havre history

Though regular employment of women away from home was rare in Havre’s history, there were indeed several women legitimately employed in respectable public occupations, even in Havre’s earliest days. Early police women There is no doubt that... Full story


Woman in newlywed murder case agrees to plea deal

MISSOULA — A newlywed bride accused of deliberately pushing her husband to his death in Montana's Glacier National Park agreed Thursday to plead guilty to second-degree murder. News of the plea deal for Jordan Graham, 22, came as a jury was set to... Full story


Daines among 94 votes against budget deal

HELENA (AP) — Montana's lone congressman is one of 94 representatives who voted against a bipartisan deal to ease federal spending cuts and prevent future government shutdowns. The White House-backed measure passed the U.S. House Thursday 332-94... Full story


Montana judge dismisses assisted-suicide complaint

HELENA (AP) — A state judge has dismissed a complaint against the state Board of Medical Examiners over a position paper about assisted suicide that a group says implies the practice is legal in Montana. District Judge Mike Menahan said in his orde... Full story


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