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Hi-Line Sports Schedule

TUESDAY College Wrestling Lights vs SOU, 7 p.m. THURSDAY High School Volleyball State A at Bozeman Central vs Polson, 10 a.m. C. Falls vs Hardin, 12 p.m. Glendive vs Butte Central, 2 p.m. Havre vs...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    November 12, 2019 

Lambert starts as new photographer at Havre Daily

A few months after graduating from Central Washington University, Jack Lambert has moved from Issaquah, Washington, to Havre to start working for The Havre Daily News as a photographer. "I can't wait...

 

Blue Pony playoff run ends in Dillon

There are times when great seasons are defined by a championship win. A team that went all the way and won it all will be praised for the achievements it made throughout the year. But some seasons...

 

Havre Middle School lists students of the month

Havre Middle School's Sixth-Grade Student of the Month for October is Paige Anderson. Paige is the daughter of Justin and Janelle Anderson. She has one brother, Wyatt Anderson. At HMS Paige strives...

 

Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Havre Middle School. The agenda for the meeting is: A. Call to order 1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Roll call 3. Welcome to visitors 4. Agenda deletions or corrections, and...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    November 7, 2019

Patrick Construction: Continuing four decades of construction and donation

Patrick Construction & Pipeline is a family owned business in Havre operating for the past four decades, starting from nothing and growing into one of the largest contracting companies on the...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Jessa Chvilicek, HHS Volleyball

After signing with MSU-N volleyball last week, Jessa Chvilicek is ready to help the Ponies reach state With the Eastern A divisional volleyball tournament getting underway today onto the Havre High Gy...

 

Letter to the Editor - Naber an example of what rural teachers should be

Dear editor: I was very pleased with Ila McClenahan’s interesting account of her teachers at the one-room elementary schools across north-central Montana. She was a student at Staton Coulee School while I was a student at rural Burnham School...

 

Preservation Commission puts up second historic photograph mural

Editor’s note: This version corrects the source of the photograph used in the mural. Havre/Hill County Historic Preservation Commission put up its second mural in Havre Tuesday, on the north and...

 

Ice Hawks skating into a new high school season

When the weather outside gets frightful, the Havre Ice Dome gets delightful. The Havre Ice Hawks' 2019-2020 high school hockey season is underway and the team is ready to make some noise out on the...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    November 6, 2019

Dem statewide office candidates speak in Havre

A number of statewide candidates spoke Sunday at the 2019 Pasma-Peck Democratic Dinner held by the Hill County Democratic Party, discussing their campaigns and their goals if elected. After Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced his candidacy...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    November 5, 2019

Democratic candidates speak in Havre

Several statewide candidates campaigned at the Hill County Democratic Party’s Pasma-Peck fundraising dinner at the Havre Eagles Club Sunday, speaking on a variety of issues and their campaigns for 2020. Watch for more about the candidates who...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

TUESDAY College Basketball Skylights at Montana THURSDAY High School Volleyball Eastern A in Havre Havre vs Hardin, 1:30 p.m. Northern C at Cascade Northern B at Wolf Point College Basketball...

 

Obituary - Mavis Gardenia Larson Lill

October 29, 2019, Mavis Gardenia Larson Lill passed away peacefully at Tabitha in Crete Nursing Home near Lincoln, NE, at the age of 79.   Mavis is survived by sister, Marie Larson (Bill) Duncan of...

 

George Ferguson Column: New-look Carroll will take a little getting used to for me

Even though it was 15 years ago, I have to admit, one of the most fun days I’ve has covering sports in Havre was when the Havre Blue Ponies captured the 2004 Class A state championship. I was only...

 

Wisdom & Grace: Little schoolhouse on the prairie

Forgive me, Lord. The other Sunday at church I was looking around the congregation instead of honoring You with my heart and mind during the music worship time. I couldn't believe who I saw across...

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks to everyone for helping with speech and debate

Editor, The members of the Havre HIgh School speech and debate team want to thank everyone for stepping up and helping us by judging at our invitational tournament Saturday. Many of our regular judges took time from their Saturday to come and rank st...

 

Havre speech wins at home tournament Saturday

Press release The Havre High School speech and debate team dominated at its home tournament with seven first-place finishes by Blue Pony competitors and the team winning the Class A speech trophy....

 

MSU-N Game Day: Making himself right at home

Life is full of incredible journies, as well as ups and downs. Many spend their lives walking along a diverse path that can lead to their dreams or even steer them away. Those who steer off the path...

 

Havre Middle School lists students of the month

Havre Middle School's Sixth-Grade Student of the Month for September is Carter Chagnon. Carter is the son of Gary and Ashlee Chagnon. He has one brother, Gannon Chagnon. At the middle school Carter...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    November 1, 2019

Havre native returns to hometown for annual art association Show and Sale

Havre native and Missoula resident Garrette Brough of Big Sky Bones will hold a small presentation and question and answer segment at this year's Havre Art Association's 49th annual Havre Art...

 

Havre speech still looking for judges

Press release With the Havre High School speech and debate tournament just two days away, the Havre team’s head coach said they are still looking for a few people to volunteer to judge. “We have had a great response, as always, but this is a...

 

A reunion 15 years in the making

No matter what he has, or will, achieve in what has been an impressive coaching career, Troy Purcell will never forget that sunny November day in 2004 — the one where his Havre Blue Ponies captured...

 

Hi-Line squads ready for round one of the playoffs

Saturday will be a big day for the likes of Bg Sandy, Fort Benton and North Star. Big Sandy is back and ready for some more. After a tough loss late in the Six-Man playoffs last year, the Pioneers wil...

 

Job Service-Havre offers five-part series helping people find, get jobs

Among its other assistance, Job Service-Havre offers a five-part series of free workshops in a weekly rotation throughout the year aimed at help people find, apply for and start a job. The workshops — such as this week’s, “Success on the Job...

 

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