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People asked not to flush the wrong things down the toilet

Staff and wire report Havre Public Works announced it is having problems with people flushing things down the toilet that should not go through that system.  “Please do not flush anything but human waste, water and toilet... — Updated 6/9/2023

 By Christy Bambrough    Local 

Decorating Havre with scenic murals

Havre-local Madison Ruff, now based out of Los Angeles in the winter and living here in the summer, continues to bring color to the town. This spring, she has been painting murals a... — Updated 6/9/2023


Northern to construct walking trail around campus

Montana State University-Northern recently received more than $60,000 in grant funding to construct a trail around the campus as part of their efforts to make the area more walkable. Northern Office of Teaching and Learning... — Updated 6/9/2023


Defibrillators worth $7,140 donated to three local school districts

Press release Town Pump Charitable Foundation awarded three Hill County rural schools $7,140 for four automated external defibrillators, or AED, devices, used to deliver a jolt of... — Updated 6/9/2023


Summer meals start at Havre schools

The summer meal program started this week at Havre schools, with free breakfast and lunch served to anyone 18 and younger with the meals available to adults at a charge of $3 for breakfast and $5 for lunch, with extra milk... — Updated 6/9/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Havre-Hill County Library kicks off summer reading program

The Havre-Hill County Library kicked off this year's summer reading program for local youth with a sign-up event featuring rock painting and hand tracing Wednesday. Young students f... — Updated 6/8/2023


43rd Annual Black Powder Spring Shoot held at Fort Assinniboine

Press release Eighty-eight shooters participated in the 43rd annual Bullhook Bottoms Black Powder Club Spring Shoot held May 27-28-29 at historic Fort Assinniboine south of Havre.... — Updated 6/8/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

'Twelfth Night' opens Friday at Beaver Creek Park

Montana Actors' Theatre's "Twelfth Night" will open at the Eagles Campground on Beaver Creek Park Friday along with a Ren Faire featuring costumes, vendors and children's games.... — Updated 6/8/2023


Rapidly growing Denver picks Mike Johnston as new mayor amid mounting big-city problems

DENVER (AP) — Former Colorado state senator Mike Johnston claimed victory as opponent Kelly Brough conceded Tuesday night in a runoff election to become Denver’s next mayor. Unofficial results showed Johnston with 54.05% of... — Updated 6/7/2023

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Flood watch in effect Thursday and Friday

National Weather Service has a flood watch in effect for the end of this week as a storm is expected to bring widespread rain and potential downpours during thunderstorms. “Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers,... — Updated 6/7/2023


Fresno Dam Road lane restrictions and delays

Staff and wire report The road crossing Fresno Dam has been reduced to a single lane of traffic this week, with the restriction running from Tuesday to June 16, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced. The lane closure is part of the... — Updated 6/7/2023


Board hears that Beaver Creek Park revenue up

The Hill County Park Board met Monday evening and discussed the park's budget, inspection policies and park conditions as well as voting to delay their officer election and approve... — Updated 6/7/2023


Montana State College of Agriculture announces annual summer field days

From the MSU News Service BOZEMAN - The Montana State University College of Agriculture and Montana Agricultural Experiment Station have announced the dates for their annual... — Updated 6/7/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

City Council Ordinance Committee to look at urban chickens

Havre City Council during their monthly meeting Monday evening scheduled a meeting of their ordinance committee to examine the possibility of allowing people to own chickens in... — Updated 6/6/2023


'All Together Now' as library summer reading program starts

Press release The Summer Reading Program at the Havre-Hill County Library starts Wednesday, running from June 7 through July 29, and the theme this year is “All Together Now.” Festivities begin 10 a.m. and run to 2 p.m.... — Updated 6/6/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Park board discusses cabin inspections, new lodge

The Hill County Park Board met Monday evening and discussed potential changes to cabin inspections and compliance, plans for the new Beaver Lodge at Camp Kiwanis and the park’s budgets, and they delayed their officer elections un... — Updated 6/6/2023


Harlem High film group releases documentary on blood quantum

Staff and wire report A group of students at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation and Harlem High School has continued its work to look at serious issues through film, with the recently... — Updated 6/6/2023


Hike set for Mount Centennial

Havre Daily News staff Havre Trails is inviting people to a hike on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, to the top of Mount Centennial. “See beautiful 360-degree views from the top,” a flyer about the hike said. “There are... — Updated 6/6/2023


Different channel from Mount Royal transmitter

Press release The East Butte TV Club, which operates several TV transmitters on Mount Royal, has changed the NBC programming to KTGF, Channel 50.  There is no change to the actual programming on the NBC Channel 50.1.  The... — Updated 6/6/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Havre sees an eventful Saturday despite weather

While weather and flooding caused some events to be canceled, Saturday still saw a number of yearly events return to Havre. The Bear Paw Marathon went on despite the rain, drawing... — Updated 6/5/2023

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Rain pours in north-central Montana

A major storm dropped a major amount of rain in this part of the state, shutting down some of the events planned for a jam-packed weekend but not even slowing down others, as... — Updated 6/5/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Petition to allow urban chickens gains more support

Editor’s note: A version of this story in Thursday’s edition of Havre Daily News misreported that Havre City Council previously approved people having chickens in city limits, which it did not. Following is the corrected... — Updated 6/5/2023

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Havre High grad in final election for Denver mayor

Editor’s note: This version corrects who Kelly Brough faces in the runoff election for mayor of Denver. A Havre High School graduate is facing off Tuesday in the runoff election... — Updated 6/5/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

Havre Fire Department receives specialized rescue training

The Havre Fire Department is in the midst of a week-long training about rescuing people from buildings and confined spaces using ropes and pulley systems with the help of Glacier... — Updated 6/2/2023

 By Patrick Johnston    Local

County approves appointment of special deputy county attorney

The Hill County Commission approved during its business meeting Thursday five requests from Hill County Attorney Lacey Lincoln to appoint a special deputy county attorney to assist her in a number of prosecutions coming up, but... — Updated 6/2/2023


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