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Outdoors: More and More Bald Eagles making Havre Their Home
Remember the days when a bald eagle sighting, especially in the Havre area, was a stunning and remarkable event? Remember when it was rare?
Convention and visitor bureau kicking off in Havre
The nonprofit Havre Area Chamber of Commerce will receive state lodging facility tax, also known as the bed tax, funds collected in fiscal year 2019 to promote tourism through a CVB.
Montana flooding: Again! Again! Campers airlifted from Augusta flood in Chinooks
"It was kind of scary," Tannin Baumann, 13-year-old camper from Big Sandy, said. "I'm super afraid of heights and when we were flying we would go up and then go down and up again. But it was still really fun."
MDT tour tells of impacts of Highway 2 improvements
The tour, which is normally held with local officials to brief them on projects in the area of the commission meeting, was expanded this year to allow members of the general public to attend as well.
Agenda - Havre City-County Airport Board
Havre City-County Airport Board will meet Thursday at 3 p.m. in Havre City Hall.The meeting agenda is:1. Approval of May 17 minutes.2. Correspondence.3. Reports:(A) Manager(B) Inspection(C) Finance(D) Engineer - DOWLa. Taxiway and Apron Area Project update4. Public comments5. Unfinished business(A)
Benefit set for Eagles Club manager
"He has been back home just about two weeks," Farnham's wife, Val Farnham said, adding that he seems to be coming along really well.
McLain wins raffle to help Finnley Grace Foster
Steve McLain won the painting named “Finnley,” of a Hereford cow, that Corey Stremcha painted and donated to be raffled off to benefit 3-year-old Finnley Grace Foster, who is in Seattle being treated for severe combined immune deficiency.
Family mourns dog's death
A Havre family would like answers and for the community to be vigilant after their dog was put down because of what, they said, they suspect might be antifreeze poisoning.
Havre Daily wins awards at newspaper association meeting
“I’m very proud of the work we have done in the last 12 months” said Havre Daily News publisher Stacy Mantle. “It has been a team effort. It takes advertising, editorial, circulation and production as well as news to make a good newspaper.”
Amtrak ticket agent-issue arises again at City Council
Mayor Tim Solomon said that he has received a second group of complaints from the community about the ticket offices closing, with many issues with the Empire Builder’s Havre stop in just the few weeks since the ticket agents’ termination, Solomon said. He said in one instance, a train arrived and t
Great Northern Rodeo holds Pizza Hut fundraiser
The organizers of the Great Northern Rodeo are holding a fundraiser at Havre’s Pizza Hut Thursday.People making any order at Pizza Hut can say they are donating to the rodeo, and the restaurant will donate 20 percent of the purchase price to the fundraiser.
Rocky Boy opens new health center
"I think this is a testament to what we can do as a community and when we do come together and focus on one goal, which is bringing better health care to our people," Wright said during the grand opening ceremony.
Cooney keynotes Hill County Democratic office opening
"This is just the beginning," Cooney said. "Today, I want everyone to say to themselves, 'This is the first day of the next election.' We are going to do everything that we can to get good Democrats elected."
Art in the Garden Tour set for July 1
The Havre Art Association has announced it is again hosting The Art in the Garden Tour, set for Sunday, July 1, from 1 to 4 p.m.
First KidsMAT production opens tonight
"Dinosaurs in Space (with a couple of puppies)" is the first production of this year's KidsMAT theater program series, set to run tonight in the Little Theatre on Montana State University-Northern's campus, one day before auditions for the Montana Actors' Theatre youth production.
Havre-Hill County Library summer events kick off
Summer Reading signup starts today from 9 a.m. to close. Kids can pick up their home reading record, sign up for a prize, paint a rock or draw on the walk. This summers theme is Libraries Rock. Treats provided by the Friends of the Library while they last. Story Time will take place as scheduled. We
Police remind people it's illegal to post signs on public property
‘No person shall, within the limits of the city, post, paint, or distribute any advertisements upon any private wall, door, gate or fence, or upon any curbstone, flagging, gutterstone, sidewalk, lamppost gateway, telephone or telegraph pole, fireplug, or any public building of the city, or upon the
College News - Vance makes Concordia Dean's Honor List
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Eric Eliason, Ph.D., dean of the college and vice president of Academic Affairs at Concoridia College, has announced that Brittney F. Vance of Havre, daughter of Douglas and Twila Vance, was among the students whose superior academic achievement during the second semester of the 20
Hi-Line Living: Goodbye Hi-Line
Jeong, who will turn 16 years old June 25, is from Seodaemun District in the South Korean capital city of Seoul, but she spent the school year living with a host family and studying atHavre High School.
Pizza Hut benefit set for Havreite with cancer
Viall and her husband, Monty, are living in the Pete Gross House, an apartment that provides cancer care patients with a sterile and isolated living environment, in downtown Seattle, while she recovers from her stem cell transfusion she received May 19.