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Jimmy Carter: Last days of a good life

In late August, it was reported that Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter had entered their “final days.” The 39th president is 98 and his bride of 77 years is 96. Their grandson, Josh, told People Magazine that they are “still holding... — Updated 8/25/2023


Celebration of 50th Anniversary of Montana's Constitution announced

Press release Mae Nan Ellingson and Jerry Loendorf, Montana Constitutional Convention Delegates and Co-Chairs of the Constitutional Convention Celebration Committee, today announced the preliminary plans to celebrate the 50th... — Updated 2/18/2022

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Tester: St. Mary Diversion funding 'massive'

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said in an interview with Havre Daily News that getting $100 million in funding that likely will go to the St. Mary Diversion is a really big deal. "It... — Updated 11/23/2021


Sinema could learn from Montana's' Hatfield

Watching Arizona’s freshman Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema trying to figure out how to vote on President Biden’s budget plan reconciliation bill reminds me of a Montana situation almost 44 years ago with freshman Sen. Paul... — Updated 10/1/2021


Montana's stake in the infrastructure plan

Montana Free Press by Alex Sakariassen Earlier this month, the U.S. Senate approved a $1.2 trillion spending plan aimed at addressing critical national infrastructure needs. The... — Updated 8/25/2021

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Merril Lundman VA clinic to open in new location on Inauguration Day

The new location of the Merril Lundman VA Outpatient Clinic will open in the Holiday Village Mall in Havre on inauguration day, Jan. 20. A press release from the Montana Veterans Administration Health Care System announced the... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Conservation, parks funding bill passes Senate

Praise abounded for the Senate passing Wednesday what some are calling the greatest conservation bill in decades. In a 73-25 vote, the Senate passed the Great American Outdoors Act... — Updated 6/18/2020

 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Cooney, Williams face off in Democratic gubernatorial primary: Mike Cooney

Editor's note: Watch for profiles of the Republican gubernatorial candidates in Monday's edition of the Havre Daily News Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney is facing businesswoman Whitney... — Updated 4/24/2020

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Bullock files as candidate in Senate race

Editor’s note This version adds Montana secretary of state candidate Rep. Forrest Mandeville, R-Columbus, and that Mike Knoles has announced he is dropping out of the U.S. Senate... — Updated 3/9/2020


Obituary - Carra Johnson

January 22, 2020, Carra Johnson lost her life to a battle with cancer in Annandale, Virginia. Carra battled and won her first two but her last battle was one she could not... — Updated 2/4/2020 Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local

A year in review: 2019

Editor’s note: This version corrects an error that misreported that Jaylen Jake Crazyboy had been arrested in Cascade County. A multitude of news items happened in north-central M... — Updated 12/30/2019


MGGA Convention and Trade Show set for December

From Montana Grain Growers Association The Montana Grain Growers Association 2019 Convention and Trade Show, scheduled for Dec. 3-5 at the Heritage Inn in Great Falls, promises an exciting lineup of speakers as Vince Mattson,... — Updated 10/9/2019

 By Tim Leeds    Local

New candidate joins race in time for Dem convention

A man with ties to this part of north-central Montana announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate just in time for the Democratic state convention, held over the weekend in Helena. John Mues of Loma said in his announcement... — Updated 7/15/2019


Amtrak at risk again

Friends and neighbors, I attended the rail passenger conference on Saturday in Cut Bank. One takeaway from the meeting that everyone in Northern Montana needs to be aware of; the 2019 Legislature approved House Joint Resolution 34... — Updated 5/22/2019

 By Derek Hann    Local

MDT tour tells of impacts of Highway 2 improvements

The Montana Department of Transportation hosted its first public tour of proposed projects Wednesday at 11 a.m. Members of the community as well as members of and candidates for... — Updated 6/21/2018

 By Tim Leeds    Local

More cash proposed for rural water project

A project that will provide treated drinking water for Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation and a large chunk of north-central Montana has more money proposed for its completion. U.S. Sen. Jon Tester announced he secured $4.8 million... — Updated 5/29/2018

 By Alex Ross    Local

Pettinato stumps in Havre for Congress

Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives Jared Pettinato talked with voters at Triple Dog Brewing Co Tuesday, part of a six-stop whistle stop tour he is making... — Updated 3/28/2018

 By Alex Ross    Local

Tester calls out Trump on water project funding

President Donald Trump's 2019 proposed budget represents a step backward for Rocky Boy's/North Central Montana Regional Water System, Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said in a letter to... — Updated 3/1/2018


Daines' filibuster proposal bad for Senate, America and Montana

Congress is in crisis, and some members of the U.S. Senate suggest fundamental changes that would forever alter the future of that esteemed body. In one dramatic proposal, Montana’s own Sen. Steve Daines has proposed getting rid... — Updated 7/28/2017


Baucus to speak Sept. 7 at MSU

MSU News Service BOZEMAN – Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China and long serving senator from Montana, will reflect on his life in public service in a lecture celebrating... — Updated 7/28/2017

 By Alex Ross    Local

Hi-Line Living: Looking for water in north-central Montana

Last week, amid sweltering heat and arid conditions, the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation was grappling with a shortage of available drinking water. Chippewa... — Updated 7/21/2017

 By Alex Ross    Local

Daines, Tester re-introduce rural water bill

Montana's U.S. Sens. Jon Tester and Steve Daines reintroduced a bill Thursday to provide a guaranteed annual fund of $80 million over 20 years for rural water projects including... — Updated 7/15/2017


Some good, some bad on Legislature's infrastructure work

The most significant infrastructure bill in over a quarter of a century was passed by the just adjourned 2017 legislatives session. It was the six-cent increase in motor fuel taxes which will make it possible for Montana to... — Updated 5/9/2017

 By Alex Ross    Local

Democrats seek support to be candidate

Several people who want to be the Democrats' nominee to replace Rep. Ryan Zinke pitched their candidacies to the Hill County Democrats during their monthly meeting in the Havre... — Updated 3/1/2017


Bullock announces 6 cabinet departures before new term

HELENA (AP) — Six of Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s cabinet members will be leaving the administration before his second term begins next month, and replacements have been found for two of them so far, the Democratic governor... — Updated 12/12/2016


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