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Havreites starting to howl for health care workers


April 10, 2020

Havre Daily News

Havre Daily News/Jack Lambert Kari McLaughlin's brother's Beagle Roxie does her best to howl from their car window Tuesday evening outside the front entrance of Northern Montana Health Care. The howls in Havre are meant to show appreciation and bring awareness to essential workers such as health care professionals and emergency service workers who have to work through the COVID-19 Pandemic.

by Jack Lambert, Havre Daily News

Havreites have joined a host of towns across the nation and Montana, howling for the people battling COVID-19.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers, emergency services and other essential workers have faced unprecedented challenges, both personally and professionally. Montanans have banded together to show their appreciation for those workers throughout the stay-at-home order.

KNMC 90.1, Montana State University-Northern's radio station, and Havre Area Events formed "Howl for Havre!" Tuesday in an event listed on Facebook.

At 8 p.m. sh...

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