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 By Stephen Real    Local    December 7, 2018 

Student wins national honors in essay contest

St. Jude Thaddeus School honored two of their students Thursday morning for winning divisional and national awards through the American Legion Auxiliary. The ceremony was held in the gym on St....

 

HMS announces students of the month

Press release Havre Middle School's Sixth-Grade Student of the Month for November is Liddie Morse. Liddie is the daughter of Jeremy and Bobbie Morse. She has two brothers, Grady and Brody Morse. Liddi...

 

Celebrating History: Spanish flu claims Havreites

By Emily Mayer The Spanish flu continued to sicken citizens as well as claimed lives. The Havre Plaindealer reported in its Dec. 7, 1918, edition of two deaths in our town. MRS. QUIGLEY’S FUNERAL WAS HELD THURSDAY Funeral services for the late...

 

Shriners present beef to raffle winners

The North Central Montana Shrine Club members said they would like to congratulate the club's 2018 beef raffle winners. The Shriners hold the annual raffle as a fundraiser to help pay for their work...

 

Nominations sought for Elliott award

Havre Daily News staff The Blue Pony Booster Club is looking for names of people to consider in the Dr. Jim Elliott Memorial Award. The award is given in memory of the long-time Havre physician and Havre High School supporter, who died in 2000 at...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    December 7, 2018 

War hero in Chinook recognized for years of service to country, community

On Nov. 21, 98-year-old Frank Pehrson Sr. of Chinook was presented a plaque and a photo from President Donald Trump recognizing and honoring Pehrson's 61 missions in combat as a top turret gunner and...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    December 6, 2018

MAT brings Peter Pan to live in third Christmas panto

Montana Actors’ Theatre is ready to perform its latest holiday pantomime production with “Peter Pan” opening this weekend at the Little Theater in Cowan Hall on Montana State...

 

Glacier's red bus fleet to undergo rehabilitation

Press release WEST GLACIER — Glacier National Park’s iconic White Motor Company Model 706 red buses will start getting extensive rehabilitation this year. The buses were manufactured between 1936 and 1939, were painted the color of ripe mountain...

 

Glacier National Park announces Fee-Free Days for 2019  

Press release Glacier National Park will waive its entrance fee on five days in 2019. The five entrance fee-free days for 2019 will be: • Monday, Jan. 21 — Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. • Saturday, April 20 — Start of National Park Week/Natio...

 

FWP Region 6 Havre-area check station results

Press release The final results are in at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Havre check station for the 2018 hunting season. The check station was open for eight weeks; from Oct. 6 — the open of general antelope — through Nov. 25 — the end of...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    December 5, 2018

U.S.-China trade truce meets 'cautious optimism' for many in Montana

The trade truce between the United States and China is being looked at by experts and producers alike with cautious optimism. "There is still quite a bit of uncertainty whether this is going to...

 

Hill County Community Foundation lists grant recipients

Press release The Hill County Community Foundation has announced 12 grant recipients for the 2018 grant cycle. The HCCF 2018 grant cycle was very competitive with 16 applications for funding submitted to the committee. This year’s grantees include...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 5, 2018

Rocky Boy says federal audits show improvement

The government of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation said in a release Tuesday that federal audits have greatly improved since the Chippewa Cree Tribe implemented safeguards in its money management. The release from Chippewa Cree Business Committee Cha...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    December 4, 2018

Stone Child College excited about new 4-year degree program

Stone Child College at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation is working to keep teachers not just in Montana, but on reservations like Rocky Boy with the addition of their newly accredited four-year...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 4, 2018

More Hi-Line deer test positive for CWD

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks announced Monday that more deer in this area have tested positive for chronic wasting disease, leading the agency to declare Hill County north of U.S. Highway 2 a CWD-positive area. The agency said in addition to the...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    December 4, 2018

Meis appointed as new Havre City Council member

Monday the Havre City Council appointed local business owner, Erik Meis, to the council and approved an insurance company selling warranties for water lines between publicly owned mainlines and reside...

 

Teacher education grants available through Stone Child

Stone Child College has a new grant opportunity available for Native Americans seeking a bachelor’s degree in education, on campus at Stone Child College, or a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction-special education on-line through the...

 

North Star speech and drama excels in Shelby

Press release The North Star speech and drama team traveled to blustery Shelby Saturday and placed well in the tournament.  As a team, they placed second in speech and fourth in drama. Individually, the results are: impromptu — Garret Pedersen,...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 4, 2018

National day of mourning set for Wednesday

The entire nation will join people at the funeral for George H.W. Bush in Washington Wednesday in mourning the nation’s 41st president. President Donald Trump has ordered the federal government closed Wednesday for a national day of mourning....

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    December 4, 2018

Park board hears of slow and steady progress for folf course

At the Hill County Park Board meeting Monday night in the Timmons Room of the Hill County Courthouse, the board addressed a proposal regarding the possible folf course in Beaver Creek Park. Beaver Creek Park Superintendent’s Assistant Aubrey...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    December 3, 2018

Local school wins statewide competition to receive $1,000 prize

Highland Park Early Primary School will receive $1,000 for its display of school spirit in Tilleman Motor Co.'s School Shout Out competition. The contest was held statewide with 28 schools submitting...

 

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