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VFW essay contest open to high school students

Press release Havre’s VFW Post 497 is inviting students to enter the Veterans of Foreign Wars essay contest. This year’s theme is “Is This the Country the Founders Envisioned?” The deadline is Oct. 31, so students are invited to put their...

 

Pony netters ready to storm the court

COVID-19 put the 2020 fall sports season in doubt for some time, but not for long, as many high school programs are ready to get back to it, including the Havre High volleyball team, who have been wai...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Andrew Rasmussen, Harlem Football The Harlem Wildcats won their first game in three years when they beat Poplar last Friday night. But, the win wasn't the only historic thing that happened that...

 

Schools continue to report success with re-opening plans

Harlem Public Schools started last week and among the other schools have opened up with re-opening plans tooled to the COVID-19 pandemic. Havre, Rocky Boy, Chinook, Chester-Joplin-Inverness and Box... Full story

 

Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

Editor’s note: Due to an email issue at The Havre Daily News this did not print in the Friday, Sept. 4, edition of the paper. The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet today at 6:30 p.m. in the Havre Middle School. The agenda for the...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

THURSDAY High School Volleyball Havre at Malta Chinook at Fort Benton Big Sandy vs Box Elder Harlem vs North Country High School Golf Havre at Glendive FRIDAY High School Football Havre vs Laurel, 7...

 

Obituary - Harry L. Plum

Harry L. Plum of Moore, 80, died early Saturday morning, August 29, 2020, in the Central Montana Health & Rehabilitation Center of natural causes. He was born November 14, 1939, in Roundup, M.T. t... Full story

 

Obituary - Carolyn B. Richardson

Carolyn B. Richardson died August 21, 2020, in Coeur d' Alene, ID. Born May 25, 1943, in Sidney, Montana, to Helen (Schwenke) Bailey and Vernon Bailey, Carolyn was raised in Montana and graduated from... Full story

 

A sweep on the Prairie

The Havre Blue Ponies are four weeks into the 2020 high school golf season. And what Havre High head coach George Ferguson is looking for in his players is steady progress. And Ferguson said he saw...

 

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 class. The Robert...

 

Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees

Editor's note: Due to an email issue at The Havre Daily News this did not print in the Friday, Sept. 4, edition of the paper. The Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.... Full story

 

Nurse describes dealing with pandemic in Havre schools

Havre Public Schools Nurse Jeri Erickson said dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in the schools, so far, has gone well. She said there are four main things she likes to talk to students about...

 

People can help kids kick cancer by giving blood with the Red Cross

Press release GREAT FALLS — During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to support kids, teens and young adults battling cancer, as well as others in need of transfusions....

 

Blue Pony cross country teams getting ready to race

It's a new normal right now for high school sports, with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But, in the case of the Havre High cross country teams, it's also a new era. Friday, the Blue Ponies will...

 

USDA meal extension providing free school meals in area

The United States Department of Agriculture announced Monday it is extending its free children's summer meal service to December, and it is being used at some local schools, although it does not...

 

Northern on 1-yard-line in stadium fundraising with new gifts

Press release Montana State University-Northern announced that it received two major gifts this past week totaling $250,000 in support of MSU-Northern’s athletic facilities. The gifts were made to the MSU-Northern Foundation and came from two...

 

Hi-Line Athlete profile: Carlee Kato, Havre High Golf

By Havre Daily Staff Oftentimes, the Havre High golf teams get just one regular season home meet per year. But COVID-19 has actually given the Blue Ponies a second chance to play at home this season....

 

Brekhus named Havre teacher of the year

Havre High School science teacher Erika Brekhus was named Havre Public Schools certified employee of the year/teacher of the year by the district. "It's quite an honor to be number one nominated for...

 

Meet the MSU-Northern football staff

The Montana State University-Northern coaching staff has had to really adjust on the fly during this coronavirus pandemic. From not having spring ball, to not being able to meet and work with players...

 

Schools continue to report re-openings going well

More schools opened up last week with re-opening plans tooled to the COVID-19 pandemic and told The Havre Daily News how the first week had gone. Harlem starts school today. Chester-Joplin-Inverness  Chester-Joplin-Inverness Schools planned to retur...

 

Hi-Line Volleyball: Please send us your volleyball box scores

It may be a different look, with a lot different rules and procedures, but, the 2020 high school volleyball season officially got going on the Hi-Line this past weekend. And with that, I'd like to...

 

Bullock discusses school re-openings, sports and flu season in press conference

Gov. Steve Bullock discussed the re-opening of schools, and of extra-curricular activities at a press conference Thursday afternoon in which he encouraged people to continue listening to local public health and taking collective responsibility for...

 

Let the games begin: Area fall sports underway

After a rollercoaster of emotions and uncertainty about the 2020 fall football season along the Hi-Line due to COVID-19, the fall season was given the green light to go forward. With many of the Class...

 

From the Courts - State District Court: Man sentenced to 20 years plus probation on statutory rape; 10 years plus probation on assault charge

Kristopher Alan Chapman was sentenced in state District Court in Havre to 20 years in prison on a statutory rape charge and 10 years for violating conditions of his release for hitting a woman with a baseball bat, with additional probation in both...

 

Havre High to allow limited fans to fall sporting events

Across the state of Montana, as fall sports seasons loom, counties and school districvts have been annoucning plans on how to conduct sporting events amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuesday, Havre Public...

 

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