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Local stores at Holiday Village not concerned about mall sale
A public sale notice received and printed by the Havre Daily News says that Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc. on behalf of Colfin Security National Properties Mezz Funding LLC will hold a public auction Dec. 4, 2018. Colfin SNP Mezz Funding is a Delaware limited liability company that owns Louisiana
Agenda - Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees
The next board meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 6:30 p.m at Havre Middle School
Friday Night Lights: The Night They Dream About
There is something special about playing football at Havre High and more than that, there is something special about playing on Friday nights, under the lights, at Blue Pony Stadium.
Family asking for help dealing with child's rare disease
Amari was diagnosed with pyruvate carboxylase deficiency type A on June 19, 2017, her father, Lyle, said.
Celebrating History: Lots of dirt in the news
The news of the Border Saloon raid, the upcoming election and Spanish flu epidemic continued, as did the local newspapers making their political viewpoints known. Keep in mind Havre had three newspapers 100 years ago — The Havre Plaindealer, The Havre Daily Promoter and the Hill County Democrat. Eac
Thriller in the Corral: Blue Pony spikers storm back to beat Livingston in five
Outside of a loss to Great Falls High, the Havre High volleyball team hasn't been tested often over the last month, with sweeps in seven of its last eight matches.
Havre team invites people to judge speech and drama
TheHavre High Schoolspeech and debate team is hosting a tournament Saturday, Oct. 27, and is inviting people to judge at the tournament.
Ponies aim for a memorable senior night
Over the years, there have been some great high school football games between Havre and Miles City, and tonight the Blue Ponies and the Cowboys will have a chance to play another.
Barger and Grant face off in Justice of the Peace election: Audrey Barger
Barger, who said she was born in Malta in 1961 and then moved with her family to Polson, didn't think her life would take her this direction while she was growing up.
Blue Pony spikers home for a Central A showdown
The Havre High volleyball team has been stringing together a lot of wins recently, however, only one of those victories came within the Central A conference.
Vandalism and theft of campaign signs strikes across party lines
All the candidates for Montana House District 28 have experienced, in different degrees, people vandalizing or stealing their campaign signs or at least attempting to do so, the candidates said.
Faith leaders support I 186
We can certainly point to the obvious mining disasters such as the Berkeley Pit in Butte and the Mike Horse Mine above Lincoln from decades ago. However, there are also numerous modern mines across our state which are adversely affecting the landscapes around them through the contamination of both s
Havre's Pam and Dave Wilson receive Frontier Conference award
If you’re ever at Montana State University-Northern sporting events, then you've likely seen Dave and Pam Wilson. In one capacity or another, they’re always there, and they’re always volunteering their time for MSU-N Athletics.
Bullhook health center fights opioid addiction
Bullhook Community Health Center in Havre is making strong efforts to combat opioid drug addiction in the community, offering many different treatments and resources to help people live clean productive lives, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Suzanne Lockwood said.
Republican Randy Pinocci says federal overreach biggest issue facing Montana Public Service Commission
Sun River Republican Randy Pinocci is running against Havre Democrat Doug Kaercher to serve the 19-county District 1 of the Montana Public Service Commission. The seat, which represents residents from Toole, Choteau and Cascade counties east to the North Dakota border, is currently held by Great Fal
Agenda - Havre City-County Airport Board
Havre City-County Airport Board will meet Thursday in City Hall at 3 p.m.The meeting agenda is:1. Approval of September 20 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) B
Frontier Notebook: Dawgs comes to Havre with a lot on the line
That's right, now, more than at any point this season, the Frontier has become an absolute crap shoot, as the UM-Western Bulldogs, who were picked to finish seventh in the league in the preseason, now stand alone atop the Frontier standings and have their destiny completely in their hands.
Brekke officially resigns from City Council
Brekke told the council he is resigning because he is moving to another district and because state law dictates that council members must be a resident of the ward they are representing. The date of the resignation is left open, he said. Technically, he will be resigning from his seat 30 days after
CWD check stations will be in place across Region 6
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will have check stations in place across Region 6 to sample for Chronic Wasting Disease in deer, elk and moose during the upcoming general hunting season. This is part of a planned surveillance effort, and FWP encourages hunters to help by submitting their harvested
Brekke wants to let 'new blood' come in to City Council
Brekke, during a City Council meeting Monday, submitted his letter of resignation to the council.