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 By Tori Thomas    Local    December 19, 2014 

Havre man denies attempted murder

The man accused of attempting to kill another Havre man pleaded not guilty Thursday in state District Court in Havre to charges including attempted murder. Douglas Hopf, born in 1968, was officially... Full story

 By John Bruington    Local    December 19, 2014 

Out Our Way: Listen to the children

“Let the little children come unto me and do not forbid them, for it is to such that the Kingdom of God belongs!” — Matthew 19:14   Out our way, it’s a time of Christmas lights, decorative trees and Salvation Army bell ringing. Usually at... Full story

 By John Ulrich    Local    December 19, 2014 

The Young Man: When God calls on us

Pastor John Ulrich Van Orsdel United Methodist Church This story came across my desk some time ago, unfortunately, without an author’s name on the story to give credit. We need to live with good intention and to listen hard in order to be fully awa... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

Celebrating 101 years

Special to the Daily News Ann Bolta McLain was born in Alasko, Missouri, in 1913. Ann homesteaded north of Havre with her parents in 1924. The family moved into Havre and built a home at 826 2nd Ave.... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

Havre High School names two Students of the Month

Richard Belcourt has been chosen as one of Havre High School's November 2014 Students of the Month. Richard is the son of Tamara and Randy Belcourt and brother of Matthew, 19. He is 17 years old and... Full story

 By Lori Roberts    Local    December 19, 2014 

Library News and Views

Seasons greetings. We have been having some strange weather lately, and it hasn’t really felt like Christmas. I hope we can change that. The Havre-Hill County Library will be hosting a hay ride. Saturday, from 1 to 3 p.m. Jack Solomon will bring... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

Empty seats at the table

From Buckle Up Montana The holidays are a time spent with family and loved ones, but this year many families will be sitting down to a holiday dinner with an empty place at the table. In 2013, 188... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    December 19, 2014 

HI-Line Living: Havre's past reviewed

The Havre Historic Post Office has come a long, long way since Erica Farmer and Marc Whitacre bought it in 2012, and the work continues, though the end of major projects is in sight. They were... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

Hill County Commissioners agenda for Dec. 22-26

Monday 10 a.m. — Center for Mental Health Board ­— Great Falls Tuesday 9:30 a.m. — Passon Minor Subdivision 10:30 a.m. — Road Supervisor Otto Wednesday Office Hours Thursday Holiday — Offices Closed Friday Office hours... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

For the Record, Dec. 19, 2014

Havre Police Department A caller from 3rd Avenue at 7:46 a.m. Thursday reported a hit-and-run crash. —— An officer responding to a caller at 8:23 p.m. Thursday from 11th Street West reporting a disturbance arrested Ian Blaine McCarty, 35, of... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

Senior News for Dec. 22-26

Activities at North Central Senior Citizens Center Dec. 22 to Dec 26 Are you looking for Christmas gifts? Stop by and check our Gift Shop — we might have just the perfect thing for that special someone on your gift list. Monday — Transportation... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    December 19, 2014 

Judge orders new election at Rocky Boy

The results of the latest elections for the four new members of the Chippewa Cree Business Committee were thrown out Thursday morning. Melody Whitford, the judge who oversaw the Jonathan Windy Boy v. Election Board hearing Tuesday, released her... Full story

 Local    December 19, 2014 

LHS students spend day doing community service

Special to Havre Daily News Students from Leadership High School spent Thursday doing hands-on volunteer work and learning what services local agencies provide to the Havre community. Students spent... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    December 18, 2014

Guardians tout success on reservations

GREAT FALLS — Many representatives from the various government entities that collaborate to fight fraud and corruption in Montana Indian reservations under the Guardian Project met Wednesday in Great Falls. As of Dec. 8, 40 felony convictions have... Full story

 Local    December 18, 2014

For the Record, Dec. 18, 2014

Havre Police Department A caller from 14th Street at 6:55 a.m. Wednesday reported a hit-and-run crash. —— An officer responding to a 2:53 p.m. call from a 1st Street business arrested Seneca Lerae Tyner, 36, of Havre on a charge of shoplifting... Full story

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    December 18, 2014

Rocky Boy election results overturned

The results of the latest elections for the four new members of the Chippewa Cree Business Committee was thrown out this morning. Melody Whitford, the judge who oversaw the Jonathan Windy Boy v. Election Board hearing, released her decision in favor... Full story

 Local    December 18, 2014

HRDC sets CPR class

Special to the Daily News District 4 HRDC Child Care Link will sponsor an American Heart CPR and First Aid Class on Saturday, Jan. 10, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Board Room at HRDC. American Heart Association cards are good for two years....

 By Tori Thomas    Local    December 18, 2014

Whooping cough hits Montana

C.M. Russell High School girls basketball game against Havre High was called off last weekend because a team member contracted pertussis or “whooping cough.” This prompted concern about the disease and whether it has spread to the Hi-Line.... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    December 18, 2014

Salvation Army short of fundraising goal

The Havre Salvation Army's Bonnie Bennett Memorial Kettle ring is in need of more volunteers. Bonnie was a 33-year volunteer who rang the Salvation Army bell at the north door of Gary & Leo's Fresh Foods. She died in October, and the Salvation Army... Full story

 By Matthew brown AP    Local    December 18, 2014

Chippewa Cree paying up front for pipeline

GREAT FALLS (AP) — The Chippewa Cree Tribe is being required to pay up front for work on a $361 million water project after several tribal officials and companies were convicted on corruption charges related to the project, according to a federal... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    December 17, 2014

Bullock's plan has lots for Hi-Line

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s $300 million Build Montana program, aimed at improving the state’s sagging infrastructure, includes several projects for the Hi-Line. In addition to the importance of improving the state’s schools, highways and...


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