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 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 17, 2019 

Rain and snow to hit region today, tonight

Some chilly, almost wintry weather is following on what felt like summer in the past week, with a chance of snow on the plains and almost guaranteed snowfall in the mountains tonight. National Weather Service reports that a low-pressure system has...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 17, 2019 

Four Havre businesses on board with "Taste Our Place"

Representatives from the Montana Department of Commerce toured four local businesses Thursday as the state works to get a new "Taste Our Place" program launched across Montana. Susan Joy and Kate...

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

Walker receives Almas scholarship

Press release Havre High School 2019 graduate Mackenzie Walker was awarded the Dr. David and Gloria Almas Scholarship for the 2019-20 academic year at Montana State University-Northern. Walker, who...

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

St. Jude Thaddeus School names student of the month

From St. Jude Thaddeus School St. Jude Thaddeus School Student of the Month for April 2019 is eighth-grader Ezekiel Antonich. Kim O'Leary, one of his junior high teachers, writes, "Zeke is a very...

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

Anderson receives PEO Chapter AZ scholarship

From PEO Chapter AZ Havre High senior Kaitlin Anderson accepted her $500 2019 P.E.O. Chapter AZ scholarship from chapter member Paulette Cronk in the Havre High School Auditorium.  The P.E.O....

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

Out Our Way: Until the Rancher comes

Out our way, one discovers a certain hierarchy when working cattle. The cows rule the calves, the bulls — in season — rule the cows and the smaller bulls, and the rancher rules them all. For all the bellowing and bluster one sees in the heard whe...

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

Montana State Parks announces changes to campsite reservations

From Montana State Parks HELENA — Campers at Montana state parks will experience more flexibility when making campsite reservations at some parks this summer. reservations at Beavertail Hill, Black Sandy, Lewis and Clark Caverns, Placid Lake, Salmo...

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

Local News - Plots available at Havre Community Garden

From District 4 Human Resources Development Council The Havre Community Garden by the S-Curve between 10th and 11th streets has four garden plots available for lease. Plots are $60, which covers rental and water usag, and are 40-feet by 40-feet...

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

Local News - HRDC closed for Memorial Day

From District 4 Human Resources Development Council District 4 Human Resources Development Council will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day.  District 4 HRDC will resume normal business hours Tuesday at 8 a.m....

 
 Local    May 17, 2019 

As flood levels rise, Tester calls on FEMA to support Montana communities

From the Office of Sen. Jon Tester  As flood levels rise across Montana, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester is pushing to quickly get help to the affected areas.   Gov. Steve Bullock May 9 requested a major disaster be declared for the state of Montana in order...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 17, 2019 

Japan fully opens to U.S. beef imports

Montana might be able to up its beef trade with Japan, with the final relaxation of restrictions in place since 2003. A release from U.S. Department of Agriculture said U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced today that the United...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 16, 2019

Fire Departments unite for controlled burn

The Havre Fire Department held a controlled burn and training session in conjunction with Bear Paw Volunteer Fire Department, Chinook Volunteer Fire Department and the Montana Department of Natural...

 

"Be Snake Aware" series at First Peoples Buffalo Jump

From Montana State Parks Montana State Parks is offering a two-part “Be Snake Aware” series at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park. “Be Snake Aware: Part I” will take place Saturday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and “Part II” Saturday, June 8,...

 

Bill signed into law to help young farmers and ranchers pay student loans

From Forward Montana HELENA — A program to offer student debt assistance to young farmers and ranchers in Montana was signed into law on Friday and will encourage young people to pursue a career in agriculture, Montana’s leading industry. Gov....

 

Correction - Verploegen wins Best of the West

Information provided to the Havre Daily News about the video “Prosperity” by Natalie Verploegen that won Triangle Communication’s Best in the West contest misnamed the video....

 

Lions Swim Team sees success in Great Falls

Havre Daily News staff Havre’s Lions Swim Team took six swimmers to Great Falls last weekend, and brought home one first-place and three second-place finishes. “This was our first competition for the long course season; a great start to...

 

Local News - Weather postpones Set Free's Day in the Park

Havre Daily News staff Set Free Ministries is rescheduling its Day in the Park. Set Free Ministries Havre Pastor A.J. Jensen said that with the cold weather predicted, the organizers did not want to bring children out to Pepin Park Saturday. He said...

 

Broadway comes to Havre Middle School Monday

Press release Havre Middle School Spring Choir Concert will be presented Monday beginning at 7 p.m. in the HMS assembly room. “Broadway Meets Havre Middle School” will be the theme of the concert, including selections from the musicals “The...

 

Social Security honors and supports military members

From Social Security Administration Every year, on Memorial Day, the nation honors service members who have given their lives for others’ freedom. Social Security acknowledges the sacrifice of these military’s service members, and honors these...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 16, 2019

Salvation Army holds grand opening for revamped store

After a several-month closure for renovations and re-organization, Havre's Salvation Army Sally Ann's Thrift Store is re-opening Friday with a grand opening at noon. Manager Carissa Minnick said the...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 16, 2019

Neiffer recognized for Old Station preservation

A day before reaching his brewery's one-year anniversary, Old Station Brewing owner Steve Neiffer was presented an award Wednesday for his efforts to preserve and utilize a piece of Havre history. As...

 
 By Ryan Berry    Local    May 15, 2019

Local athletes journey to State Special Olympics

Thirteen athletes, along with friends and family, loaded up the Blue Pony Express Tuesday afternoon before heading to the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games in Great Falls. All but one of...

 

Havre High's Verlpoegen wins Best of the West video contest

Editor’s note: This version corrects the name of the video. Havre Daily News staff Havre High School senior Natalie Verploegen was selected as this year's winner of Triangle Communication's Best of...

 

Hill County Conservation District meeting canceled

Havre Daily News staff The Hill County Conservation District announced Tuesday that its meeting scheduled for today has been canceled. The cancelation is due to weather postponing planting and some board members not being able to make the meeting,...

 

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