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Hi-Line Girls Roundup: Harlem, Turner, HLP pull off big wins

If the first two weeks of girls high school basketball is any indication, the Hi-Line is loaded with high-level teams. And with just one week left before Christmas break, things have already gotten...

 

Highly-accomplished Leister ready to come home

In the annals of athletic accomplishments, few coaches at the NAIA level have the background John Leister has. An All-Conference quarterback at Michigan State, drafted not once, but twice in Major...

 

Hi-Line Boys Roundup: Stars, Wildcats, Knights all roll in week two

It was another exciting weekend of local boys high school basketball as teams from along the Hi-Line entered into conference play for the first time this season. One team that had some serious...

 

Ponies play in Malta

Going as far back as anyone can remember, there has always been a rivalry between the basketball teams of Havre High school and Malta. And tonight, in Malta, both the boys and girls teams will renew i...

 

Ice Hawks drop games in Missoula

The Havre Ice Hawks high school hockey team hit the ice this past weekend, on the road in Missoula, where Havre played both Friday and Saturday. The result however, wasn’t pretty, as Missoula won...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Dylan Miller, North Star Basketball For the second week in a row, a District 9C boy’s basketball player went on a scoring binge. This last weekend, it was North Star’s Dylan Miller. Against...

 

NAMI Family-to-Family deadline approaching

Press release The deadline for registration in a program to help people help those people dealing with mental illness is almost here. Friday is the deadline to register for the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Havre’s 12-session...

 

Obituary - William Wayne Szudera

William Wayne Szudera, age 80, of Havre, Montana passed away on Nov. 25, 2017, in Springfield, Missouri. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Glendive, Montana, with... Full story

 

For the Record, Dec. 19, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers arrested Brandi Lee Shortman of Havre, 30, on two Justice or City court warrants and charges of driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license and failure to produce or carry proof of insurance, during a...

 

Give a gift that can be unwrapped forever

Imagine this. You wake up Christmas morning and there it is — the biggest gift under the tree has your name on it. Yes, yours. You grab it, place it in front of you, and without even needing to unwrap it, you instinctually know this is going to be...

 

Local News - Train bringing Santa to town Friday

Havre Daily News staff Santa Claus is riding the train into Havre Friday and is expected to arrive at the station at 6 p.m. Children are welcome to come see him arrive and visit with him at the Amtrak station....

 

Big Sandy completes Triangle Connected Community Challenge

Press release A $2,500 grant was recently awarded to the town of Big Sandy upon the completion of a Broadband Action Plan. The grant was made possible by Triangle Communications with their Smart...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 19, 2017

Man sentenced to probation for assaulting infant

A state district judge sentenced a Havre man to three years probation for hitting a 9-month-old hard enough to cause a hemorrhage in the infant's left eye. Judge Daniel Boucher sentenced Bruce Collins...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 19, 2017

Chinook man raises money for stepson's Sugarbeeter class

Editor's note: This corrects who the Pizza Hut customers should say they are donating to A Chinook man who says he has been continually helping his stepson’s Chinook High School Class of 2020 raise money for yearly expenses continues that effort...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    December 19, 2017

Spanish camp returns to Havre High

Two Havre High School Spanish instructors are hosting a camp to raise money for a summer Puerto Rico trip for high school students. Spanish teachers Marie Deegan and Diana Coy will be hosting two days of Spanish learning and cultural activities Dec....

 

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Havre Daily News staff After a mostly brown November and early December, some wintry weather - including a prediction of below-zero temperatures and heavy snowfall in some regions - is coming to...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    December 19, 2017

Mayor breaks tie to ban med marijuana shops

Havre Mayor Tim Solomon cast a tie-breaking vote Monday to ban medical marijuana storefront dispensaries in the city. The Havre City Council split 4-4 on the second reading of the ordinance. The...

 

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