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Letter to the Editor - Recycling still is happening

Editor, Recycling seems to be a never-ending roller coaster that we ride on. The commodity market downturn in recent years prompted changes in what we can recycle here. The endpoint recyclers sort of exist in limbo, in that sweet s... — Updated 12/21/2020

 

Tons of potatoes to be given away

Havre Daily News staff Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line is giving away 10,000 pounds of potatoes, starting Saturday in the parking lot of Gary & Leo’s Fresh Foods. The giveaway will run until 5 p.m. Saturday and then daily until... — Updated 5/8/2020 Full story

 

Bad HVAC leads to Ryan Building evacuation

By Havre Daily News Staff A burned-out motor in the HVAC system of the Ryan Building on the 10 Block of Second Avenue forced the employees to evacuate Thursday at 3:45 p.m. after... — Updated 8/9/2019

 

Letter to the Editor - The bright side of a tough day

Editor, “Havre, it’s the People” was brought to light once again this past week. Last Wednesday, Gary & Leo’s experienced an electrical fire in our refrigeration compressor building. The IGA and HealthMart crew, led by... — Updated 7/16/2019

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local

Neiffer recognized for Old Station preservation

A day before reaching his brewery's one-year anniversary, Old Station Brewing owner Steve Neiffer was presented an award Wednesday for his efforts to preserve and utilize a piece of... — Updated 5/16/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Sunrise Financial working on vacant properties in Havre

A company that has been buying up Montana property including in Hill County without doing anything with some of the property appears to be fixing up a few in Havre. Sunrise... — Updated 6/13/2018

 

Events lined up for Havre Fesitval Days 36

Festival Days craft, art and commercial show set Crafters, artisans and commercial vendors will gather at the Holiday Village Mall for Festival Days. The show opens Saturday at 10 a.m. and continues till 6 p.m. and reopens Sunday... — Updated 9/12/2016

 

Letter to the Editor: Board thanks helpers for fair success

Editor, The Great Northern Fair Board would like to extend a tremendous thank-you to all businesses and individuals involved in making our fair a success this year. We couldn’t have done it without you. Wade Bickford and Patrick... — Updated 8/22/2016

 
 By Alex Ross    Local

Live Nativity scene set for Saturday night at Van Orsdel

Between 5 and 7 p.m Saturday, those passing by Van Orsdel United Methodist Church will witness the re-enactment of a biblical event that embodies the true meaning of Christmas for... — Updated 12/7/2015

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local

Black Friday sales expected to bring out the shoppers

Makenna Cody of Havre was almost "trampled" buying a television during a Black Friday sale last year. This year she will be shopping online. "I was helping carry the TV with my dad,... — Updated 11/25/2015

 
 By John Kelleher    Local

Railroad museum remodeling complete

Volunteers have redesigned the men's and women's rooms at the Frank DeRosa Railroad Museum in downtown Havre to look like the old-fashioned depot rest rooms. The work was done with... — Updated 6/4/2015

 

Railroad museum recreates historic building

The restrooms at the Frank DeRosa Railroad Museum are being renovated to recapture a piece of Havre's history. Debbie Paulsen, who is on the museum's board, said firefighters and... — Updated 10/22/2014 Full story

 
 By Pam Burke    Local

Nativity scene aims to inspire

As the rush of Christmas season threatens to overwhelm, one seasonal tradition in Havre offers a time for quiet, peaceful reflection Saturday evening. This island of harmony in the... — Updated 12/12/2013 Full story

 

Boucher: Repair the streets

Matt Boucher is running for Ward 4 councilperson against Karen Datko in the elections underway. Boucher, 27, graduated from Havre High School and was in the U.S. Marine Corps for five years, where he achieved the rank of sergeant... — Updated 10/17/2013 Full story

 

The race for Mayor: Bob Rice

Republican Bob Rice and Democratic incumbent Tim Solomon are running for Havre mayor. Ballots were mailed out Tuesday. This may be the last partisan election in Havre history. Peopl... — Updated 10/16/2013 Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local

Council's choice: Pyette or Rhines to replace Dow

Havre City Council will pick its eighth member tonight, when councilmen choose between Debi Rhines and Jay Pyette to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Rick Dow. The winner will serve through the end of the year and wil... — Updated 5/7/2013 Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local

Council's choice: Pyette or Rhines to replace Dow

Havre City Council will pick its eighth member tonight, when councilmen choose between Debi Rhines and Jay Pyette to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Rick Dow. The winner will serve through the end of the year and... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

Northern to dedicate new gym Thursday

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown A Lights basketball player warms up Tuesday in the Montana State University-Northern gymnasium. Montana State University-Northern is inviting people to come and see the new face of its gymnasium... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports

Havre girls fastpitch titles up for grabs

Kate-Lyn Compton of Lions slaps a ball during a girls fastpitch B-League tournament game Wednesday night in Havre. Lions was eliminated by Chinook on Wednesday night. The B-League...

 
 By Tristan    Opinion

Swift professional help after power outage

Editor: During the high winds we had on Tuesday, a tree limb in our neighbor's yard fell onto the power line going to our house and pulled the junction box off the side of our house. We found out we were without power about 4:15... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local

Rhines, Peterson square off in low-key contest

Mark Peterson Democratic candidate for Hill County commissioner Born in Havre, 1951 Education: Graduated from Havre High School, 1970. Attended Northern Montana College, now Montana State University-Northern, for one quarter Work...

 
 By Nikki Carlson    Local

Box Elder raises $10,000 for heart health

Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson Carl Little cuts 12 inches of the hair of his wife, Courtney Little, during a Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart closing assembly at Box Elder Schools Thursday afternoon. Courtney Little, Box... Full story

 
 By Tristan    Opinion

Two years of work at new landfill

Editor: Over the past six years, the nine-member Landfill Board has had to make some tough decisions on what should be done with the 92 tons of garbage we all generate per day. This is not an easy job, but it is a necessary evil....

 

Highland Park issues plague school board

Alice Campbell Havre Daily News acampbell@havredailynews.com A request for discussions on the contracts for an addition to Highland Park Early Primary School South has been rejected by the Havre School Board. The board has denied...

 

Highland Park issues plague school board

Alice Campbell Havre Daily News acampbell@havredailynews.com A request for discussions on the contracts for an addition to Highland Park Early Primary School South has been rejected by the Havre School Board. The board has denied...

 

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