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Letter to the Editor - Not all Californians have Micheal Reagan's views

Editor, As a subscriber to the Havre Daily News and a resident of California, I would like to suggest to your readers that the views expressed by Michael Reagan in his “Free California” column printed in the Havre Daily May 15 do not remotely...

 

Letter to the Editor - Please respect and help tribal communities

Editor: We, the below signed members of the State-Tribal Relations Committee, the Montana Legislature’s liaison with tribal governments, write to encourage the public, residents and non-residents alike, to comply with restrictions tribal...

 

Letter to the Editor - Management determined to kill beavers in Beaver Creek Park

Editor, Beaver Creek Park has beaver, and park management is determined to trap and kill them. Management has been offered free help. A free solution. Dave Pauli with Humane Society of United States, out of Montana, proposed a grant to fully fund...

 

Letter to the Editor - Be sure to complete the Census before heading outdoors

Letter to the Editor: Many of us are itching, probably more than ever, to experience all the great things that long summer days in Montana bring. One simple, but critically important thing to do before heading out is to complete the Census. The...

 

Letter to the Editor - What is up with the park board?

Editor, What the heck is going on with the Hill County Park Board? I have noticed the ongoing discussions about the beaver problem in the park, and am dumbfounded as to why the park board members cannot agree to try any other methods for beaver...

 

Letter to the editor - Thanks to all in this time of crisis

Editor, Hats off to the many people in the medical field who served so valiantly in the coronavirus pandemic, that should have never happened, but took the lives of many Americans and other worldwide people. To the many, many nurses, doctors, first...

 

Letter to the Editor - Will Gianforte agree to debate?

Editor, We Americans like to believe that we live in a free and open society. We expect leaders such as Gov. Steve Bullock, who has issued controversial executive orders to submit to questions about them and to offer some proof that his orders were...

 

Letter to the Editor - Keep public lands in mind during election

Editor, An astounding 98 percent of Montanans say outdoor recreation is important to their quality of life. As we practice social distancing, our nearly 38 million acres of public land and our access laws are the envy of most Americans. In addition...

 

Letter to the Editor - Remember conservation when voting in the primary

Editor, With the announcement of Gov. Steve Bullock’s order for an all mail-in ballot with the option to still vote safely in-person, Montana is having a big moment.  By increasing access to the ballot box, I hope more Montanans vote in our June...

 

Letter to the Editor - Bicycles on the roadway

Editor, Spring has sprung, so all kinds of road users are out there competing for space on our highways. From farm equipment to bicyclists, folks are on the road who need extra attention from every motorist. As a bicyclist myself, I know I’ll lose...

 

Letter to the Editor - Governor handling of pandemic is impressive

Dear Editor: One would hope with the worries concerning the coronavirus we would all work together to help us all get through this as best we can. I was so impressed with Gov. Steve Bullock’s handling of this coronavirus outbreak. He didn’t rant...

 

Letter to the Editor - Glad an official expressed my shutdown concerns

Editor’s note: This version corrects an editing error in the first paragraph of the letter. Editor, Aren’t all meetings of public officials required to be open? If differing perspectives cannot be discussed then — which would give a false...

 

Letter to the Editor - Social distancing only way to slow spread of virus

Editor, In response to the Hill County commissioner who recently questioned if social distancing is in fact the reason for Hill County’s low COVID-19 positivity rate to date, and acknowledging her responsiveness to the questions brought to her by...

 

Letter to the Editor - COVID-19 measures buying time

Dear Hi-Line, I am completely happy with our Northern Montana Hospital’s strategic planning and preparation for COVID-19. I firmly believe that the actions of our community members have been largely responsible for its slow arrival here. I also fee...

 

Letter to the Editor - Need to do better with prison population during pandemic

Editor, Health care experts across the board have all stated that practicing social distancing, adequate hygiene, and good medical care are crucial in combating the spread of COVID-19. Ironically enough, those things are often in part, or wholly,...

 

Letter to the Editor - Forewarned is forearmed

Of the many lessons my parents taught this old man over the years, a couple seem especially apropos for today. The first is “history repeats itself,” and the second is “forewarned is forearmed.” We find ourselves in the midst of a worldwide...

 

Letter to the Editor - Protect yourself from COVID-19 scammers

Editor, At a time when everyone is impacted by this pandemic crisis, it’s hard to imagine that anyone would want to cause additional harm. Yet, right now there are thieves who want to bilk you out of your COVID-19 recovery checks. Be advised: you...

 

Letter to the Editor - A wake up call

Editor, As a retired physician, I am writing to express my deep concern with the irresponsible attitude too many Montanans are showing toward current “shelter-in-place” guidelines enacted in response to the coronavirus epidemic. All around our...

 

Letter to the Editor - Shelter at home can reduce impact of pandemic

Editor: This is a very important message for the people of Montana. If we all follow the shelter at home rule, we can avoid becoming as devastated as Italy or New York City. Only leave the house for food, medicine or urgent medical care. Only...

 

Letter to the Editor - Stay safe and find stuttering help online

Dear editor, As many schools are now closed and parents are searching for at-home and online resources for children, the nonprofit Stuttering Foundation not only has resources, but also activities and guidance for helping young people with their...

 

Letter to the Editor - Stick to the facts while dealing with COVID-19

I am appalled the Havre Daily News chose to run Ann Coulter’s xenophobic, racist rant. This rhetoric is not harmless. It incites fear and hate and is the last thing we need when facing a crisis. Unfortunately, anti-Asian sentiment is already on...

 

Letter to the Editor - Our commodity markets are broken

During this crisis the American people instinctively knew what they needed: food. News showed empty store shelves as politicians warned not to hoard and promised plenty of food. If our market system were functioning, demand would increase the value...

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks for work on feral swine workshop

Editor, The Hill County Conservation District would like to thank the following for their additions to our feral swine workshop: • Our educated speakers for their knowledge and passion on the subject. • Stockman’s Bank, Infinity Bake Shop and...

 

Letter to the Editor - Enter your soup to help the dog park

Editor, Do you make a soup, chili or stew that’s so delicious that you would love to share it with your community — and possibly win an award for the best soup in town? Now you have that opportunity. The Havre Dog Park Club will hold the Havre...

 

Letter to the Editor - Deadline for quilt show entries closing in

Editor, There are only two weeks until the 28th Annual Quilt Show at the 71st Montana Seed Show.  The dates for the show are Friday, March 13, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, March 14, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the band room at Harlem High...

 

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