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Santa coming to Havre Friday on the train

By Havre Daily News staff BNSF Railway is inviting people to come and see Santa and Mrs. Clause at the depot at 235 Main St. in Havre. The Clauses are expected to pull in about 5:30 p.m. and stay...

 

Social Security expands public hours at offices nationwide

Press release Starting on  Jan. 8, 2020, Social Security offices nationwide will be open to the public on Wednesday afternoons, Andrew Saul, Commissioner of Social Security, announced. This change restores Wednesday public service hours that were...

 

2019 national care letter campaign to honor deployed service members and veterans

Press release WASHINGTON — 2019 marks the ninth year that America’s Adopt A Soldier® will reach out to America to ask for cards of thanks to share with our nation’s service members who are deployed and veterans who are in state veterans homes...

 

Montana identifies more lung injury cases related to vaping

From Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services HELENA — Department of Public Health and Human Services officials have identified two additional cases of illness related to the national outbreak of e-cigarette use, or vaping. Montana...

 

Montana National Guard holding Purple Heart Hunt on Fort Harrison

From Montana National Guard HELENA — The Montana National Guard annually provides the opportunity for up to five Purple Heart recipients to hunt mule deer on the training area of Fort William Henry Harrison in accordance with regulations...

 

Legal Tip of the Week - How courts split property, debts in a divorce

From Montana Legal Services Association Do you know how the court splits up property and debts in a divorce? The court will split the property and debts of the marriage equitably. Equitable means fair. It does not always mean that everything is...

 

FSA county committee ballots to be mailed Monday

From USDA Farm Service Agency WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture will begin mailing ballots on Nov. 4 to eligible farmers and ranchers across the country for the Farm Service Agency county committee elections. “Our county committee m...

 

Council issues recommendations on houndstongue control

Press release HELENA — The Montana Invasive Species Council issued recommendations Tuesday to guide the potential for approval of the weevil Mogulones crucifer for classical biological control of houndstongue in the U.S. Houndstongue is a state...

 

Black powder Christmas turkey shoot held

The Bullhook Bottoms Black Powder Club held its annual Christmas Turkey Shoot Sunday, Oct. 13, at the Hill County Sports Shooting Range on River Road west of Havre. Eighteen shooters participated in the afternoon event with six matches, all five...

 

Quick Picks - St. Jude's holds annual jog-a-thon color run fundraiser

St. Jude Thaddeus School held its annual jog-a-thon fundraiser Wednesday, an event it has turned into a color fun run as well in recent years. Students collect pledges for dollar amounts or per lap...

 

Officials identify first Montana death of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping

From Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services With the report Wednesday of the first death in Montana identified as being associated with e-cigarettes, or vaping, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services said it is...

 

@Montana State with Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss

Anne Cantrell MSU News Service Editor's note: @Montana State is a periodic series of Q&A-style interviews featuring notable visitors to the university. This is the latest installment. Previous Q&As...

 

Rocky Boy lists September students of the month

Janessa Standing Rock is a Rocky Boy schools Student of the Month for September. Janessa is a wonderful shining star in the Rocky Boy galaxy. She is hard-working, thoughtful and diligent. Kindness...

 

Great Falls Symphony presents Americana with Béla Fleck

Press release The Great Falls Symphony, is bringing in world-famous banjoist Béla Fleck to perform his second banjo concerto, "Juno," Saturday, Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. One of the greatest banjoists...

 

New grants awarded in community-driven eastern Montana tourism initiative

From Montana Department of commerce HELENA — The Montana Department of Commerce announced grant awards as part of a new, community-led initiative to encourage long-term tourism and economic development in eastern Montana communities, including in...

 

Havre celebrates 10 years of smoke-free indoor air

From the Havre Encourages Long-Range Prevention Committee In 2005, the Montana Legislature passed the Clean Indoor Air Act — CIAA — one of the most important public health policies in state history. The law was fully implemented on Oct. 1, 2009....

 

Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club features Peterson yard

Story and photos courtesy Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club What a difference a day makes! This past Friday, Beth and Tom Peterson's yard at 710 13th Street was in full colors with orange and yellow...

 

Montana firefighter to be honored at national service

EMMITSBURG, Md. — The U.S. Fire Service will honor one firefighter, who died in the line of duty, from Montana during the 38th National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service Sunday, Oct. 6. He is among the 92 firefighters who died in the line of...

 

Arthur Wade Bickford, 2019 District 4 Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Living Award inductee

Press release Arthur Wade Bickford was born in Havre, Montana, Jan. 26, 1934, one of eight children, to Henry and Mary (Smith) Bickford. His father was a general laborer who eventually worked for the...

 

Montana Taxable Wage Base released for 2020

From Montana Department of Labor and Industry HELENA — The Montana Department of Labor & Industry announces that the Unemployment Insurance — UI — Taxable Wage Base for 2020 will be $34,100, an increase of $1,100 from 2019. The taxable wage ba...

 

Governor recognizes Native American Women's Equal Pay Day

Press release Gov. Steve Bullock joined the nation Monday in recognizing Native Women’s Equal Pay Day, a day to symbolize how far into the year an American Indian woman must work to earn what a man earned in the previous year. “American Indian...

 

Montana centenarians to be honored in Billings

From Department of Health and Human Services Montana centenarians will be honored today in Billings at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center located at 1223 Mullowney Lane during a special banquet. Department of Public Health and Human Services Di...

 

AERO to host expo and annual meeting in Bozeman Oct. 25-27

Press release BOZEMAN — AERO will be hosting the 2019 Expo event SEEDING THE FUTURE: Cultivating Community Resilience on the Montana State University campus in the Strand Union Building. Registration is available online at https://aeromt.org/expo...

 

FEMA launches updated Ready Campaign webpages for kids

Press release WASHINGTON – This week, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Ready Campaign relaunched its newly updated kids webpages at http://ready.gov.kids . The relaunch is part of week three of National Preparedness Month, which focuses on...

 

Charley Pride to receive inaugural Crossroads Of American Music Award

Press release CLEVELAND, Miss. - Three-time Grammy Award-winning, Mississippi-born country artist Charley Pride will be the inaugural recipient of Grammy Museum Mississippi’s Crossroads of American Music Award at the Mississippi Museum’s 2019...

 

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