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 By Derek Hann    Local    December 12, 2019

Rocky Boy receives grant for senior housing

The Chippewa Cree Tribe received $4,945,214 from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to construct 31 new two-bedroom single-family low-income homes for senior citizens on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation under the Indian Housing...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 12, 2019

Tourism district donates $125K to Northern stadium project

A grant from the local Tourism Business Improvement District has brought Montana State University-Northern one step closer to building a football stadium for the Northern Lights. The MSU-Northern...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Mason Rismon, HHS Basketball

The high school basketball season has already kicked off for many teams across the state last weekend, but some squads will be hitting the court for their season opener this weekend, including the...

 

Havre High Hoops 2019-2020: Pony girls aim to stay on top

Going back-to-back as state champions does not happen very often these days, but the Havre High girls basketball team has achieved that historic accomplishment after beating Hardin last season in the...

 

Week Two: HHS grapplers head to the Mining City

The Havre Blue Ponies got their season started at home, with the annual Havre Invite. Now though, the Pony grapplers become road warriors.; The second week of the regular season is always a big one...

 

Havre High Hoops 2019-2020: Blue Pony boys poised to make big strides

Last season was the beginning of a new era for the Havre High boys basketball team. It was a new season under a new head coach in Walynn Burgess and a squad hungry to get after a title. Though the...

 

Congratulations on some good scores at Harvest Moon Lanes

Just want to make mention of a couple scores and congratulate, Lindsey O'Brecht, first 600 series for the ladies this year, Dana Seidel, 256 game, Bill Dougherty, 229 game and Chris Breum, on what I...

 

The Postscript: The cookie situation

“People have been asking about the squeaking of the ship,” our captain reported, somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic, “but I must tell you, this is nothing to worry about.” He then...

 

A holiday comeback for Toys 'R' Us?

For many years, Giovanna De La Rosa enjoyed working at Toys ‘R’ Us — especially during the holiday shopping season. “I loved bringing joy to families and to children,” she shared at a recent congressional hearing. “I watched so many of...

 

Havre Ford gives Boys & Girls Club donation to help feed hungry children

Press release Havre Ford and the Ford Motor Company Fund want to ensure that kids don't go hungry this holiday season, and Havre Ford recently presented the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line with...

 

Chuck Wimmer joins Property West real estate sales team

Press release Becky Wimmer, broker/owner of Property West in Havre, said she is pleased to announce Chuck Wimmer has joined the real estate sales team, specializing in agricultural and commercial...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    December 12, 2019

Salvation Army kettle campaign only one-third toward goal

Havre Salvation Army is a third of the way to it’s goal Monday, half-way through its annual Red Kettle Campaign. Havre Salvation Army Social Services Director Trina Crawford said that the Red Kettle Campaign has raised $10,563.47 of its $32,000...

 

For the Record, Dec. 12, 2019

Havre Police Department A 13th Street West caller reported damage to a fence Wednesday at 12:46 p.m. -- Thomas Mitchell Koop of Box Elder, 44, was arrested on a state District Court warrant after a...

 

Obituary - David Williams Noyes

David Williams Noyes, 75, our husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, died peacefully Nov. 27, 2019, after a valiant fight against MS. MS takes many things away from its victims, but it... Full story

 

Early Childhood Investment Team pushes local survey

Hill County Early Childhood Investment Team is urging people to help them find out what the community needs for small children. “The main project we are working on right now is the community survey,” Montana State University Extension Agent...

 

Female mountain lion hunting to remain open in HD's 405, 447 and 471

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks The hunting of female mountain lions in northcentral Montana hunting districts 405, 447 and 471, which includes portions of Cascade, Chouteau, Judith Basin, and Fergus counties, will remain open.  Two reports were...

 

Santa coming to Havre Friday on the train

By Havre Daily News staff BNSF Railway is inviting people to come and see Santa and Mrs. Clause at the depot at 235 Main St. in Havre. The Clauses are expected to pull in about 5:30 p.m. and stay...

 

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