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 By Aarron Thompson    Sports    April 9, 2020 

Waiting to bat: Havre High softball team hoping for a spring of some kind

As the days go by, the world of sports stays on hold, with many players, coaches and fans longing for the return of one of the most passionate pastimes in the nation. From professional leagues to...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    April 7, 2020

Havre High working through distanced learning

Havre High School, along with the other schools in Havre Public Schools, is going full throttle with distanced learning. “We were tasked with coming up with a remote learning plan from Superintendent (Andy) Carlson and we created a document with...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    April 7, 2020

Keep communities safe, healthy and strong

I am one of the least likely people to participate in what I normally call “Rah-Rah” stuff — those spirit-lifting, come-together, team-building exercises to rally the crowd — so this op-ed is...

 

Obituary - Robert Gordan 'Bert' Ball

Robert Gordan "Bert" Ball, 29, passed away April 5, 2020, at his home in Fort Belknap, MT. Robert was born December 26, 1990, in Havre, MT. Robert graduated from Havre High School in 2008 and started...

 
 By Ila McClenahan    Local    April 6, 2020

Wisdom and Grace: In reading 2020: Eyam, England

I’ve got to admit for a people person like myself, self-distancing has been a challenge. Living three-and-a half miles from the nearest neighbor helps. I’ve done a lot of sewing projects and clean...

 

THE INVITE THAT WASN'T

With the exception of the first week of practice, the Havre Blue Pony tennis teams, like all other spring sports in Montana have been left in limbo. Thanks to the growing COVID-19 pandemic, there is...

 

Former Pony Eric Peterson stepping away from a brilliant coaching career

The Havre High coaching tree is long and distinguished. But for now, one former Blue Pony with an impeccable girls basketball coaching record is stepping away. Former Pony Eric Peterson announced,...

 

Annual HIT is another great event that was called off due to COVID-19

It has been a crazy time recently along the Hi-Line and a lot of sports have been halted due to the coronavirus concern. With the Montana High School Association working to contain and stop the...

 

Lights 2020 football signing class grows to 27

It was not long ago, Montana State University-Northern head coach Andrew Rolin announced the first part of his 2020 recruiting class. But over the course of the last month, the class has certainly...

 

Northern's Adam Huse, former Blue Pony stars earn NAIA All-American honors

The NAIA basketball season ended suddenly, when the men's and women's national tournaments were canceled due to the growing coronavirus crisis last month. But the awards circuit is ongoing, and three...

 

Wagner offers Math Hotline during COVID-19 school classroom closure

Retired Havre High School math teacher Mary Wagner has offered a Math Hotline for students who need help. People can call Wagner at, 265-8276....

 

Obituary - James Thomas "Tom" Lowe Sr.

James Thomas "Tom" Lowe Sr. peacefully passed away Sunday, March 22, 2020, with family by his side. Services will be held at a later date. Memorials in Tom's name may be made to St. Jude Catholic...

 

Havre school board approves remote learning plan draft

The Havre School Board of Trustees met Thursday and approved the remote learning plan draft proposed for the school year till April 10. The plan must be approved by the state Office of Public...

 

Nowhere to run

First it was an abrupt end to the high school basketball season. Then it was spring sports. When it comes to track and field on the Hi-Line, it brings about a lot of talented athletes and is full of...

 

Schools work on teaching during school closures

Editor's note: With school closures, the Havre Daily News was not able to contact all school districts in the area. "Our number one priority is getting in touch with our families and our students,"...

 

A STAMPEDE UNLIKE ANY OTHER

Dominance is a strong word in the world of sports and is not taken lightly. A team has to earn the title of dominance through a lot of hard work and climbing the ladder of success. Often times, those...

 

Havre Youth Baseball adjusts to COVID-19 crisis

More and more sports continue to be affected by the spreading and growing COVID-19 crisis in the United States, and while winter gives way to spring, and eventually summer, the biggest sport of the...

 

Recommendations on preventing exposure to and dealing with coronavirus

Havre Daily News staff Northern Montana Health Care, along with county health departments, the state Department of Public Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health care organizations are issuing recommenda...

 

Obituary - Ethel Mae Couch

Ethel Mae Couch, a lifetime resident of Havre, went to her homecoming in heaven with Jesus March 18, 2020, at Northern Montana Care Center. She was just 22 days from her 100th birthday on April 9. Memorial services will be held at Fifth Avenue...

 

I was there when the hoops stopped

In my time watching and covering sports, there are things I have seen and things I have yet to see. I remember sports being canceled because of poor weather, travel restrictions and other...

 

George Ferguson Column: Blue Pony girls have been on one historic run

You know that old saying, all good things must come to an end? I guess, last Friday, in a way, that could be applied to the Havre High girls basketball team when they fell to the Billings Central Rams...

 

Mixed news from the Economic Outlook Seminar

During the Montana Economic Outlook Seminar this week, multiple economists from the Bureau of Business and Economic Research gave status updates on Montana and the U.S.’s key industries delivering a mix of good and bad news. The Bureau of Business...

 

More local, regional sports shuttering due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the sporting landscape, both nationally and on the local scene. Tuesday, the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association recommended to its schools that they...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 17, 2020

Events and locations closed, canceled, rescheduled and still going on

The Havre Daily News has been deluged with notices of closures, cancelations and reschedulings caused by the confirmation of COVID-19 in Montana. Following is a list of some of the notices the newspaper has received. If people need to get notices of...

 

MHSA suspends spring sports well into April

With schools already shut down across Montana for the next two weeks, the Montana High School Association announced Monday, an added length of time that high school spring sports will be shut down to...

 

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