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Havre native named principal of Seattle firm

Havre native Jason Morse has been promoted to principal of the Seattle civil engineering firm AHBL Inc. Morse is a landscape architect, and his 21-year career has been guided by his passion for design excellence and creative solutions. He is...

 

Taborsky promoted at Independence Bank

Press release Independence Bank has announced the promotion of Tara Taborsky to internal auditor. She joined the bank in 2016 and worked as an internal audit assistant prior to her promotion. Before...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    March 8, 2018

The Press opens at new location, under new management

The customized printing and embroidery shop fivehead's, 615 First St. West now has a coffee shop. Keith Eldridge said he and his family purchased The Press, an espresso bar and Christian bookstore,...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    January 25, 2018

Filler turns passion for yoga into business

Last September, AMP'D Fitness instructor Cortney Filler decided to make her passion into a business when she opened Bare Pa-dma Yoga, at 517 Second St. in Suite A above Brandon's Drapery & Floor...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    January 25, 2018

Boyce & Berry moves from home-based to storefront

Kimmi Boyce this December went from having an online floral design business out of her home to purchasing a store front. Boyce & Berry Flowers moved into the former Yummy Yogurt building at 1134 5...

 

D.A. Davidson's Lineweaver earns designation

Curt Lineweaver, associate financial advisor with D.A. Davidson & Co., recently completed the course work required to earn a Certified Wealth Strategist® designation. The program is designed...

 

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans available to Montana small businesses

From U.S. Small Business Administration SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Small nonfarm businesses in Blaine, Carter, Custer, Chouteau, Dawson, Fallon, Fergus, Garfield, Hill, McCone, Phillips, Powder River, Prairie, Rosebud and Wibaux counties are now...

 

Triangle Communications and HCE earn Governor's Safety Award

Press release  Triangle Communications and Hill County Electric Cooperative recently were awarded jointly one of three 2016 Governor's Safety Achievement Awards. This award recognizes employers in...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 1, 2016

Lewis Heating & A/C adds fireplaces, celebrates new location

Lewis Heating & A/C held an open house last Thursday to mark the grand opening of their new location and the addition of a fireplace showroom. The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors were...

 

Quick Pic: Taco John's now open

Taco John's opened its doors at 505 First St. West last Friday to hundreds of customers. This is the latest Taco John's opened by franchisee Preferred Restaurant Group Inc., based in Minot, N.D. The...

 

HCE, Triangle's Solomon certified as loss control professional

Press release Todd Solomon, loss control and compliance specialist at Hill County Electric and Triangle Communications, has completed an intensive program in electric utility safety and loss control....

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    August 11, 2016

New Taco John's opening in Havre

After more than a year without one, Havre will soon again have a Taco John's. The fast food chain will soon open a restaurant at the former Taco Time at 505 First St. W next to TownHouse Inn of...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    August 4, 2016

E-1 Towing to move to new location

After 21 years at its U.S. Highway 2 East location in Havre near Pacific Recycling, E-1 Towing & Auto Repair plans on moving to a new location. Ken Erickson, general manager of E-1 Towing, said he and his eight employees will be relocating from the n...

 

Keller named executive VP at Independence Bank

From Independence Bank Bill Keller has been promoted to executive vice president at Independence Bank. "Bill has provided outstanding leadership to the lending team at Independence Bank resulting in s...

 

Anderson ZurMuehlen announces new hires

Press release Anderson ZurMuehlen has announced that Debra Armstrong has been hired as senior staff for controller services at Anderson ZurMuehlen. Armstrong has more than 15 years of experience in...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    June 30, 2016

Havre gets a second taxi service

People in the Havre area who are in need of a ride now have a new option. Aneta Jones of Havre, a first-time business woman, has launched Hi-Line Taxi. It will join Town Taxi as one of two taxi servic...

 

Rubino, Fladager named to Waddell & Reed's Circle of Champions

Press release Brenda Way Rubino and Willard Fladager have qualified for the 2016 Waddell & Reed Circle of Champions conference, which recognizes the company's top financial advisers. This year's...

 

Faber promoted to VP at Independence Bank

Press release Independence Bank announced that Karene Faber has been promoted to assistant vice president of consumer lending. In her new position, Faber will oversee the consumer lending and one to f...

 

Payne completes line training

Press release Hill County Electric Cooperative has announced that its employee Spencer Payne has completed one of the world’s most comprehensive training programs for power line personnel. The Merchant Job Training and Safety Program is technical...

 

Chamber sets business clinic June 22

Press release The Havre Assistance for Business Clinic is set for Wednesday, June 22, at the Hensler Auditorium in the Applied Technology Center on the Montana State University-Northern campus. ABC is a partnership between the Havre Area Chamber of...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    May 26, 2016

The Rabbit Hole open in Holiday Village

Paris Ralston and Amber Wells are turning their artistic talents into business. Both women are the owners of The Rabbit Hole, a new portrait studio and boutique in the Holiday Village Mall of Havre....

 

Coffee Crafts opens with handmade and restored goods for sale

Amanda Rehon Havre Daily News Growing up, Amy Jones and her mother, Lin Deutscher, dreamed of opening their own shop together, filled with the crafts and sewing projects that they collaborated on. Ins...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    April 14, 2016

Fueling the sky

Not many people think of including the airport in a list of public transportation infrastructure. Fewer still would think of changing their retirement plans to help revitalize that service, but that...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 14, 2016

The Candy Shoppe closing store front Saturday, moving to online-only sales

Those looking to satisfy a sweet tooth will have one less place to go in downtown Havre. Ernie and Terri Biem, owners of The Candy Shoppe, will be closing their store in the Atrium Mall this Saturday and converting to online-only sales. The Candy...

 

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