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Correction - Cape Air gets new fleet of planes

The headline to a story on the front page of Tuesday’s edition of the Havre Daily News said Havre City-County Airport was upgrading its fleet of planes. Montana Essential Air Service provider Cape Air is upgrading its Montana... — Updated 4/7/2021 Full story

 

Montana Democrats review 2021 Legislature Transmittal Packet

Hannah VanHoose, Chief of Staff............................................406.799.0801 Nathan Stein, Communications Director..................................847.420.6800 Megan Harbaugh, Budget & Appropriations... — Updated 3/8/2021

 

Havre's Pleninger joins regiment of midshipmen at U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Press release KINGS POINT, NY - Cameron James Pleninger of Havre was recently sworn in as a midshipman at the United States Merchant Marine Academy and as a member of the U.S.... — Updated 11/16/2020

 

Pastor's Corner: Christians' work is never done

We are launching into the three-day weekend that unofficially marks the end of summer. I know, I know … it doesn’t officially end until Sept. 22. Yet I will cite the “proof” I learned in grade school in Mr. Olsen’s music... — Updated 9/4/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Daines talks with local leaders about local concerns

Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., stopped in Havre Tuesday to continue his tour to visit all 56 counties of Montana to discuss with local leaders about what is going on in the area.... — Updated 8/26/2020

 

Flattening the curve on chronic wasting disease

It’s cool this morning. There is a different feel to the air. The days are slowly getting shorter, my bird dogs are getting restless and I am listening for that first bugle of a bull elk down in the river bottom. It’s that... — Updated 8/11/2020

 

Proposed cuts to passenger rail service unwise

Reliable, cost-effective public transportation for rural America is an important economic building block for our communities and often a vital service for our residents.  But unlike our urban counterparts, rural public... — Updated 7/27/2020

 

MontanaPBS to live stream COVID-19 special at 7 tonight

Press release MontanaPBS will continue with the fourth installation of its live broadcast special "Answering Questions About Coronavirus" tonight at 7. The program will be... — Updated 4/16/2020 Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

Congress passes $2 trillion COVID-19 aid package, president signs

Congress passed Friday the third — and by far the largest — aid package to help people, businesses and local governments deal with the novel coronavirus 2019 pandemic, and President Donald Trump signed the $2 trillion package... — Updated 3/30/2020 Full story

 

Letter to the Editor - Budget hurts nation's nature health

Dear Editor: I read the Republican administration’s budget proposal for 2021 — https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/budget_fy21.pdf . It cuts programs essential to our health, economic well-being and... — Updated 2/13/2020

 

Hi-Line Living: Empire Builder closes in on a century

Tensions about funding and operations of long-distance rail only underscores the legacy that service has on Montana's Hi-Line. At the National Rail Passengers Association Northwest... — Updated 5/24/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Tester says national emergency is an attack on the legislative branch

In a telephone press conference from Washington, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Montana, said he plans to vote against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration once it... — Updated 2/27/2019

 

Congress, White House talking, but no quick end to shutdown

By LISA MASCARO, DARLENE SUPERVILLE and KEVIN FREKING Associated Press WASHINGTON - Congress gaveled open for a rare Saturday session days before Christmas as America's elected... — Updated 12/22/2018

 
 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion

Can't iron my birthday suit

Two dozen Harlem High, Class of ’63 grads, arrived at the Great Northern Lodge for our 55th Class Reunion. Hugs, jabber, huge smiles: We provide instant love, just add self. I... — Updated 9/27/2018

 

Our View: People need to stop the nickel-and-diming to death of Amtrak

The National Rail Passenger Corp. — aka Amtrak — seems to be trying to drive passengers away, and people across the nation need to let their voices be heard. Thursday, a couple went to the Havre Amtrak station — ticket... — Updated 6/11/2018

 

Farm Bureau members meet with leaders, agencies in D.C.

Press release Five Montana Farm Bureau members traveled to Washington, D.C., in early March not only to attend the American Farm Bureau Issues Advisory Committee meetings but to meet Montana’s congressional delegation and visit... — Updated 3/21/2018

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local

Recordbreaking storm shuts down region

Monday and Tuesday's regional record-breaking snowfall for October brought down trees and power poles all over Havre and as far east as Malta, resulting in widespread power... — Updated 10/4/2017

 
 By Alex Ross    Local

Tester wants forest management and fire funding changed

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said in a telephone press conference Wednesday that the federal government needs to change how it funds wildfire fighting, and it needs to treat... — Updated 9/14/2017

 
 By Alex Ross    Local

Wicks says campaign is heating up

Libertarian candidate Mark Wicks said Thursday he has noticed an increase in support for his campaign for Montana's lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives since taking part... — Updated 5/22/2017

 
 By Alex Ross    Local

Tester decries Trump's budget cuts

Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester said Wednesday he is concerned about the negative impact President Donald Trump’s proposed budget could have on rural Montana. “He used a chainsaw where he should have been using a scalpel,... — Updated 5/11/2017

 
 By Alex Ross    Local

Tester praises temporary spending bill

U.S. Sen Jon Tester praised on Wednesday a short-term spending bill passed by Congress that he said will avert a government shutdown and prevent cuts to federal programs rural... — Updated 5/11/2017

 
 By Alex Ross    Local

Gianforte stumps in Havre

Republican Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte threw several jabs at his Democratic rival and talked about President Donald Trump's proposed budget and other issues at a campaign... — Updated 5/4/2017

 

Statewide system provides climate, soil moisture reports

UM News MISSOULA – Montana landowners across the state now have access to hourly reports of soil moisture, temperature, soil quality, rainfall and more. The Montana Climate Office launched the Montana Mesonet information network... — Updated 3/15/2017

 

Obituary: Leonard Arthur Erickson

BUTTE — Leonard Arthur Erickson lived a long life during a remarkable time. He was 97 years old when he passed away Dec. 17, 2016, at The Springs Care Center in Butte.  He was born April 20, 1919, to Charles and Edna... — Updated 12/23/2016 Full story

 

Local News - Dec. 15, 2016

Buses will stop for holidays Press release North Central Montana Transit has announced that its buses will not run Monday, Dec. 26, or Monday, Jan. 2, in observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Buses will resume... — Updated 12/15/2016

 

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