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 By Derek Hann    Local    June 26, 2019 

People urged to help control mosquitoes

This week is National Mosquito Awareness Week, and Terry Turner, supervisor of the Hill County Mosquito Control District, said that although the Mosquito Control District has made great strides since...

 
 Local    June 26, 2019 

Celebrate the Fourth of July safely

From Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation and firefighters across Montana encourage you to celebrate the Fourth of July with wildfire safety in mind. For many...

 
 Local    June 26, 2019 

Local News - Havre Daily open July 4, closed July 5

The Havre Daily News will publish on Independence Day, July 4, but will not publish July 5 to allow its employees to have a three-day weekend. Businesses that are not open on July 4 will receive their July 4 paper on Monday, July...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 26, 2019 

Tester, Daines push for full, permanent funding of LWCF

Both of Montana’s U.S. senators pushed Tuesday for permanent funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Sen. Steve Daines, a member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources said during a committee hearing Tuesday that the fund...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    June 26, 2019 

Havre police investigating stabbing

A caller on the 600 Block of 14th Avenue reported at 1:30 this morning that a man had been stabbed on his left side. Officers and an ambulance responded to the residence, and Havre Police Chief Gabe Matosich said the injured man was taken to...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 26, 2019 

Fourth of July Festival planning underway

Planning for the annual Independence Day Festival is underway, with people invited to come to Pepin Park to help with and to enjoy the event. “You can enjoy the company of your neighbor and it’s fun being outside,” event co-organizer Sherri Sim...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 26, 2019 

Havre P.E.O. gives scholarships on its 91st birthday

Havre’s Philanthropic Education Organization chapters celebrated their 91st birthday this past May, along with the 150th national anniversary, and this year, the organization was able to provide $7,500 in scholarships to six women. “Education...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 26, 2019 

Salvation Army looking for extra help to assist people

The Salvation Army of Havre is requesting donations to help meet their utility needs after the harsh winter that made the needs requests higher than normal. “The needs are higher than what we normally have because of the harder winter,” Social...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 26, 2019 

Tester still pushing for bill to preserve Job Corps

During a telephonic press conference Tuesday from Washington, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said people at the town hall meeting he held in Missoula last week discussed many issues - but the biggest...

 

Nez Perce elder talks of modern importance of traditional culture

Several generations after The Battle of the Bear Paws, the cultural practices of the Nez Perce Tribe are still being used and passed down, and they have virtue in modern society, a tribal elder speaki...

 

Online education courses offer experiential learning

From University of Montana Western Kati McClish, a University of Montana Western student double majoring in secondary education and biology, said she is amazed with how experiential her first few online education courses have been this summer....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 25, 2019

New action in John Deere, E-1 Towing burglary cases

Some action has happened in a case with multiple defendants charged in connection with a string of burglaries and thefts including two major Havre businesses. Fabian “JuJu” Saddler Jr., Leslie Crazyboy, Caroline Crazyboy, Gloria Crazyboy, Kate...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 25, 2019

Just Cause Comedy to help Havre Beneath the Streets

A local comic is hosting a comedy show at Old Station Brewing Co. Friday to raise money for Havre Beneath the Streets to help repair damage to the popular historic tourist attraction. “I saw they were doing fundraisers and I, like, ‘Well, geez,...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 25, 2019

Edwards and Jergeson to be honored at NARC field day

Two local agricultural leaders will be honored Thursday during the Northern Agricultural Research Center Field Day. The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Committee will present Lochiel Edwards with the 2019 Outstanding Ag Leader Award and...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 24, 2019

Locals oppose proposed Fort Belknap land transfer in water compact

Some local residents and government officials are up in arms about Fort Belknap Indian Community requesting some additional land so it can manage its water. More than 100 years after the Grinnell Agre...

 

VA conducting outreach meetings

Press release Judy Loendorf and or Steve Mulonet, Service Officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the following locations and times to meet with veterans who are interested in applying for benefits.  People who are interested in...

 

Havre Daily open July 4, closed July 5

The Havre Daily News will publish on Independence Day, July 4, but will not publish July 5 to allow its employees to have a three-day weekend. Businesses that are not open on July 4 will receive their July 4 paper on Monday, July...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 24, 2019

Men's health fair set at Northern Winz

Rocky Boy Health Center will host the third annual Men’s Health Fair June 26 at the Northern Winz Casino for men older than 18. Diabetes Program Director Lisa Scheresky O’Neil said the event has many purposes: to inform, educate, empower,...

 

Sivertsen: Communities should boycott Hutterites

Some 50 people attended a meeting in Havre last night in which the organizer said people should boycott Hutterite products because, he said, they have an unfair advantage. "We need to be able to talk...

 

Well-Off-Man makes Dean's List at OCU

Inga Well-Off-Man of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, a student at Wanda L. Bass School Of Music, Oklahoma City University, was placed on the Dean’s Honor Roll for spring semester 2019. She plays in the first violin section of the Oklahoma City...

 

Celebrating History: Parties, prohibition, thieves and a new county

By Emily Mayer Hill County was anything but boring 100 years ago. The Havre Plaindealer announced in its June 14, 1919, edition the folks in Gildford were planning a big picnic for farmers, complete with speakers, community singing, baseball games,...

 

Havre public schools summer meals menu

Havre Public Schools’ menu for its breakfast and lunch program next week is: The breakfast menu is, Monday, sausage wrap, fruit and milk; Tuesday, pancakes, fruit and milk; Wednesday, sausage egg muffin, fruit, milk; Thursday, cake donut, yogurt,...

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    June 21, 2019

HELP Camp reunion set for Saturday

The HELP Committee and Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line is hosting a HELP Camp Alumni Barbecue and Reunion Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club to celebrate 30 years of camps. Havre Encourages Long-range Prevention started in 1979, a pr...

 

Whooping cough found in Blaine County

Following the diagnosis of whooping cough, or pertussis, in Big Sandy, Blaine County Health Department has announced the highly contagious respiratory disease has been diagnosed in that county as well. The health department issued a release saying...

 

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