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Three generations, a family history of business at Western Trailer
Long-standing business Western Trailer and Marine Sales LLC is on its third generation of family members involved with the business. "We are a family business," Clyde Thomas Jr. said.
Local Bowling Report: Harvest Moon Lanes Challenge Tournament results are in
The Challenge Tournament at Harvest Moon Lanes turned out to be an exciting one. Thank you to all the out-of-town bolwers who participated and a special thanks to the sponsors for the added prize money.
Eastern A Preview: Improving Pony boys look to leave their mark in the Metra
The Havre High boys basketball team has shown plenty of improvement throughout the 2018-19 season, but the ultimate test of how far the Blue Ponies have come will be this week's Eastern A Divisional tournament.
Fair board takes no action on Indian Relay request for $10,000
Members of the Great Northern Fair Board said Monday they do not support a request of the organizers from an Indian Relay to advance $10,000 to the event before it would be held at this year’s Great Northern Fair.
University of Montana college to get new name under plan to absorb journalism school
The University of Montana's College of Visual and Performing Arts will get a new name when the School of Journalism moves under its umbrella in a proposed merger this summer. Under a proposal first reported Wednesday by the Montana Kaimin, the School of Journalism’s leadership would change from a de
Seniors holding Crunch for a Cause fundraiser
Havre High Class of 2019 will be holding a Havre Taco John’s Crunch for a Cause fundraiser Thursday from 5-7 p.m. When people making a purchase from 5 to 7 p.m. say they are donating to the fundraiser, 50 percent of the purchase price will be donated to the class’ account.
Petition to sell Montana sparks debate within state legislature
It's a petition catching the attention of the nation: Sell Montana to Canada for one trillion dollars to eliminate national debt. Right now, the petition has more than 12,000 signatures with a goal of 15,000.
Montana Legislators Vote to Ignore Sale to Canada
Our elected representatives, of the great state of Montana, are currently in the 66th Regular Session of the Montana Legislature. During this time, the House chose to address the petition to sell Montana to Canada. The petition was created last week via Change.org. It called for the sale of Montana
: Montana Department of Transportation proposes partial highway reconstruction
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The Montana Department of Transportation is seeking comment on a proposal to rebuild 8.4 miles of Highway 89 southeast of Fairfield in Cascade County, according a press release.
HLP flies into Northern C semifinals
GREAT FALLS - There were a lot of upsets on the first day of the Northern C Boys Divisional basketball tournament in Great Falls, and after all three No. 1 seeds went down in the girls tournament, Hays-Lodge Pole pulled the first upset of the boys tournament with a 57-48 win over 10C champion Heart
[Poll] Sell Montana to Canada for $1 Trillion?
There is a petition that's currently circulating that says the US should sell Montana to Canada for one trillion dollars. What say you on this sale?
Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Austin Delarosa, HHS Boys Basketball
It has been nearly two weeks since the Havre High boys basketball team ended its regular season, which has made the wait for the Eastern A Divisional tournament rather long. But when it comes to Blue Pony senior Austin Delarosa, he has been waiting for this moment for what seems like a lifetime, as
Affordable housing bill moves on to Montana State Senate
MISSOULA, Mont. -- Montana lawmakers are taking up a proposal to provide more funding for affordable housing. City officials from Bozeman testified in the legislature, saying the affordable housing crisis is growing into an epidemic all across Montana, and that businesses would like to expand, but c
2 Bull Elk Poached, Left to Waste in Montana
Two bull elk were found shot dead south of Chinook in Blaine County. On Feb. 14, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 (Harve) game wardens received a call that had nothing to do with Valentine's Day. Instead they got a TIP-MONT call regarding a 7X7 bull elk found dead just north of Cow Creek Re
Hill County to receive nearly $2 million in road flood repair
$18 million grant to benefit 12 counties affected by last spring’s historic flooding. U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said he helped secure almost $18 million to help repair flood-damaged roads in Montana, including more than $1.8 million for Hill County.
Havre Elks sets Pizza Hut fundraiser
Havre Elks Lodge #1201 announced the lodge and Havre Pizza Hut are teaming up on Thursday to help communities in Hill, Blaine and Chouteau counties. “On Thursday, Feb. 21st, Pizza Hut is donation 20, percent of all orders that day, between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m., when people tell them they want to dona
Ice Hawks finish strong in Helena
The Havre Ice Hawks have been finding their stride as of late, and, they finished their regular season on a high note. Last weekend, Havre was in Helena for a pair of season-ending games with the Helena Bighorns, and the Ice Hawks came away with a split.
The HDN has all your divisional coverage
Once again, the Havre Daily News will have wall-to-wall hoops coverage this week. We'll be live from the Northern C in Great Falls every day, we'll have full coverage of Havre at the Eastern A in Billings, and coverage of the Northern B girls in Malta. And make sure and get your Monday print edition
Frontier Notebook: Frontier races not done
In the final week of the Frontier Conference' regular season, a lot of seniors will be honored. That certainly holds true for the Montana State University-Northern men and women, who will honor seniors Gokce Aslan, Jessica Curl, Lilly Hilderbrand, Justin Dunsmore and Caulin Bakalarski Saturday night
Gallagher gives Butte voice in next Montana Outdoor plan
County Parks Director J.P. Gallagher is on a team that will craft the next five-year Montana Outdoor Recreation Plan, which identifies trends and needs for outdoor activities and is a must for landing millions of federal dollars to support them.