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 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Hi-Line Living: The Great 4-H Fair

When the Great Northern Fair was canceled for the first time in a century back in June due to the COVID-19 pandemic Montana State University Hill County Extension proposed that they... — Updated 7/24/2020

 

Hi-Line Living: Lonesome wife wanted ...

Arleen Rice for the Havre Daily News So begins the story of the Simpson Bachelor's Club located some 37 miles North of Havre on the Wildhorse Trail. The dream of owning your own... — Updated 4/10/2020

 
 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Hi-Line Living: COVID-19 hits the Hi-Line

The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly approaching 1 million detected cases and has taken the lives of more than 50,000 people world-wide, but it has also changed the lives of nearly... — Updated 4/3/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Northern in growing field of women in tech programs

"Before I came to Northern, the guys I went to school with said I'd never make it, and now here I am in a diesel program and an auto program," Montana State University-Northern... — Updated 3/27/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Singing on the big stage in Spokane

Editor’s note: The Havre Daily News editor found out after this section was printed that the All North West Honor Choir had been cancelled to reduce the chance of exposure to the... — Updated 3/13/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Fourth graders display art at Artitudes

Visitors to Artitudes Gallery have the chance to see a younger view on art starting today when 26 Sunnyside Intermediate School students from Erin Lynch's fourth grade class... — Updated 3/6/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Creating fish habitat at Fresno

After Christmastime each year, a project collecting and placing Christmas trees begins to build habitats for the fish out at Fresno Reservoir. Fish, Wildlife and Parks Havre Area... — Updated 2/28/2020

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Reserve officers protect and serve in Havre

A long-standing program at the Havre Police Department is the reserve officer program, a program in which volunteers in the community don the badge of a police officer and work to a... — Updated 2/27/2020

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Continuing tradition at Fort Belknap with the fiddle and jig

The fiddle and jig event at the Mid-Winter Fair on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation is something personal and special to many people on the reservation, with the event spanning acros... — Updated 2/15/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Local reading group celebrates 10 years

Plant a Seed...Read! of north-central Montana celebrates its 10th Anniversary as non-profit this year. "Plant a Seed...Read! is proactive non-profit. We try to intervene before... — Updated 2/1/2020

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Anime offers avenue to HHS spirit

"Havre High School was the first high school in the state to have an Anime Club," Havre High School teacher and Anime Club advisor Victoria Proctor said. The group began through... — Updated 1/17/2020

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Continuing decades-old traditions on the Lions Swim Team

The Havre Lions Swim Team is seeing a resurgence in its decades-old tradition of training swimmers and competing, including qualifying two swimmers for out-of-state competitions... — Updated 1/10/2020

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Painting from the unconscious

From a lifetime of experiences and curiosity, Havre native Garth Volbright's artwork expresses the unconscious self and in many different artistic mediums. Volbright's artist... — Updated 12/27/2019

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: From Brutus to Santa

Some Havreites may know him as Martin Holt, but others know him as Santa Claus.  Holt has been a major draw to the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce's annual tree-lighting celebration... — Updated 12/20/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Continuing the spirit of Christmas with Live Nativity

The Van Orsdel United Methodist Church Live Nativity has been a long-standing tradition for the Hi-Line, with many people coming out every year to look at the volunteers and the... — Updated 12/13/2019

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Shriners take part in the Brawl of the Wild

The North Central Shrine Club a few weeks ago gave people a chance to bash a car and help a good cause as part of a Brawl of the Wild tailgate party. The Shriners painted a van,... — Updated 12/6/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Community comes together at Thanksgiving dinner

Havre's annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner is a long-standing Havre tradition, with a history of serving people since an anonymous donor in 1984 started the tradition of bringing... — Updated 11/29/2019 Full story

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Congress at Havre High

"I love to see the students grow as student leaders throughout their experience in Student Congress," Havre High School teacher and Student Congress adviser Rebecca Reno said.... — Updated 11/22/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Educating in small Montana schools

Rural school houses have been a long-standing tradition in the north-central Montana, but as communities grew and transportation improved, they began to fade. Only a few of these sc... — Updated 11/15/2019

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Symbol of a Havre multi-state legacy

The Atrium Shopping Mall, a historical icon of downtown Havre, got its start in the early 1900s as a store called "The Fair," built and operated by another Havre icon Frank A.... — Updated 11/1/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: A first step to healing

As puffs of smoke drifted high into the air from a ceremonial fire, hundreds of Native Americans from Gros Ventre, or Aaniiih; Assiniboine, or Nakoda; Crow; Northern Arapaho, and... — Updated 10/25/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

Hi-Line Living: Back to the beginning with art

From a career in law enforcement to becoming a full time artist, Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation resident Theodore Koop said his love for art has always been a constant throughout... — Updated 10/18/2019

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Learning skills and abilities in FCCLA

"To me, FCCLA is a way to learn how to be a leader whether at home, in school or around the  community," Havre High School Senior Angelle Roen said, "as well as using what voice... — Updated 10/11/2019

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local

Hi-Line Living: Cheering on the Hi-Line

Havre High School cheerleaders take pride in bringing pride to high school events. "We define it as a representative of the high school - cheerleaders are the pride and the... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Derek Hann    Local

World-acclaimed writer comes to the Hi-Line

There is something really special about small town libraries, and Montana, that attracts many people from all different walks of life, Jamie Ford said. Ford, an internationally... — Updated 9/13/2019

 

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