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This country is not a theocracy
March 1st, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
March 1st, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Secondhand smoke: More than just a gray cloud
March 1st, 2005
Secondhand smoke: More than just a gray cloudBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsRegular exposure to other people's tobacco smoke - secondhand smoke - is a...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
March 1st, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


Legislators provide update
March 1st, 2005
Legislators provide updateBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comFour area legislators were in Havre on Mo...


N. Havre cars will be moved
March 1st, 2005
N. Havre cars will be movedBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comState law does not define junk the way m...


Teens fast to raise money for hungry
March 1st, 2005
Teens fast to raise money for hungryBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comLast weekend, the members of The Youth G...


WILFRED BERLINGER
March 1st, 2005
WILFRED BERLINGER obituaryBIG SANDY - Wilfred A. Berlinger, 84, died, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at the Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes.A Mass of Christian bu...


EVA SLONAKER obituary
March 1st, 2005
EVA SLONAKER obituary Eva Elizabeth (Benner) Slonaker, 86, died peacefully with her children and husband at her bedside Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at a Havre hospital of natural causes.


Tchida picks University of Mary
March 1st, 2005
Tchida picks University of MaryBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comHavre High School senior Cod...


This country is not a theocracy
March 1st, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
March 1st, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Secondhand smoke: More than just a gray cloud
March 1st, 2005
Secondhand smoke: More than just a gray cloudBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsRegular exposure to other people's tobacco smoke - secondhand smoke - is a...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
March 1st, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


Legislators provide update
March 1st, 2005
Legislators provide updateBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comFour area legislators were in Havre on Mo...


N. Havre cars will be moved
March 1st, 2005
N. Havre cars will be movedBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comState law does not define junk the way m...


Teens fast to raise money for hungry
March 1st, 2005
Teens fast to raise money for hungryBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comLast weekend, the members of The Youth G...


WILFRED BERLINGER
March 1st, 2005
WILFRED BERLINGER obituaryBIG SANDY - Wilfred A. Berlinger, 84, died, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at the Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes.A Mass of Christian bu...


EVA SLONAKER obituary
March 1st, 2005
EVA SLONAKER obituary Eva Elizabeth (Benner) Slonaker, 86, died peacefully with her children and husband at her bedside Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at a Havre hospital of natural causes.


Tchida picks University of Mary
March 1st, 2005
Tchida picks University of MaryBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comHavre High School senior Cod...


This country is not a theocracy
March 1st, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
March 1st, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Secondhand smoke: More than just a gray cloud
March 1st, 2005
Secondhand smoke: More than just a gray cloudBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsRegular exposure to other people's tobacco smoke - secondhand smoke - is a...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
March 1st, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


Legislators provide update
March 1st, 2005
Legislators provide updateBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comFour area legislators were in Havre on Mo...


N. Havre cars will be moved
March 1st, 2005
N. Havre cars will be movedBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comState law does not define junk the way m...


Teens fast to raise money for hungry
March 1st, 2005
Teens fast to raise money for hungryBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comLast weekend, the members of The Youth G...


WILFRED BERLINGER
March 1st, 2005
WILFRED BERLINGER obituaryBIG SANDY - Wilfred A. Berlinger, 84, died, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at the Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes.A Mass of Christian bu...


EVA SLONAKER obituary
March 1st, 2005
EVA SLONAKER obituary Eva Elizabeth (Benner) Slonaker, 86, died peacefully with her children and husband at her bedside Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at a Havre hospital of natural causes.


Tchida picks University of Mary
March 1st, 2005
Tchida picks University of MaryBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comHavre High School senior Cod...


This country is not a theocracy
February 28th, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 28th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 28th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
February 28th, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


Montana update: Lawmakers gather in Havre tonight
February 28th, 2005
Montana update: Lawmakers gather in Havre tonightBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comOn a brief intermi...


WILFRED BERLINGER
February 28th, 2005
WILFRED BERLINGER obituaryBIG SANDY - Wilfred A. Berlinger, 84, died, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at the Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes.A Mass of Christian bu...


EVA SLONAKER obituary
February 28th, 2005
EVA SLONAKER obituary Eva Elizabeth (Benner) Slonaker, 86, died peacefully with her children and husband at her bedside Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at a Havre hospital of natural causes.


Chester, Rocky Boy advance to state tournament
February 28th, 2005
Chester, Rocky Boy advance to state tournamentBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comGREAT FALLS &...


Fouls and turnovers cost Lights victory in road game
February 28th, 2005
Fouls and turnovers cost Lights victory in road gameBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Mont...


Northern steps up play to defeat UGF Argos
February 28th, 2005
Northern steps up play to defeat UGF ArgosBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThere are two reac...


Pony boys finish third in divisional tournament
February 28th, 2005
Pony boys finish third in divisional tournamentBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Havre Hi...


Stars are Northern C champions
February 28th, 2005
Stars are Northern C championsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comGREAT FALLS - For the se...


Turnovers deprive Pony girls of shot at consolation game
February 28th, 2005
Turnovers deprive Pony girls of shot at consolation gameBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comFri...


This country is not a theocracy
February 28th, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 28th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 28th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
February 28th, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


Montana update: Lawmakers gather in Havre tonight
February 28th, 2005
Montana update: Lawmakers gather in Havre tonightBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comOn a brief intermi...


WILFRED BERLINGER
February 28th, 2005
WILFRED BERLINGER obituaryBIG SANDY - Wilfred A. Berlinger, 84, died, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at the Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes.A Mass of Christian bu...


EVA SLONAKER obituary
February 28th, 2005
EVA SLONAKER obituary Eva Elizabeth (Benner) Slonaker, 86, died peacefully with her children and husband at her bedside Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at a Havre hospital of natural causes.


Chester, Rocky Boy advance to state tournament
February 28th, 2005
Chester, Rocky Boy advance to state tournamentBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comGREAT FALLS &...


Fouls and turnovers cost Lights victory in road game
February 28th, 2005
Fouls and turnovers cost Lights victory in road gameBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Mont...


Northern steps up play to defeat UGF Argos
February 28th, 2005
Northern steps up play to defeat UGF ArgosBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThere are two reac...


Pony boys finish third in divisional tournament
February 28th, 2005
Pony boys finish third in divisional tournamentBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Havre Hi...


Stars are Northern C champions
February 28th, 2005
Stars are Northern C championsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comGREAT FALLS - For the se...


Turnovers deprive Pony girls of shot at consolation game
February 28th, 2005
Turnovers deprive Pony girls of shot at consolation gameBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comFri...


This country is not a theocracy
February 28th, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 28th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 28th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
February 28th, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


Montana update: Lawmakers gather in Havre tonight
February 28th, 2005
Montana update: Lawmakers gather in Havre tonightBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comOn a brief intermi...


WILFRED BERLINGER
February 28th, 2005
WILFRED BERLINGER obituaryBIG SANDY - Wilfred A. Berlinger, 84, died, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at the Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes.A Mass of Christian bu...


EVA SLONAKER obituary
February 28th, 2005
EVA SLONAKER obituary Eva Elizabeth (Benner) Slonaker, 86, died peacefully with her children and husband at her bedside Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at a Havre hospital of natural causes.


Chester, Rocky Boy advance to state tournament
February 28th, 2005
Chester, Rocky Boy advance to state tournamentBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comGREAT FALLS &...


Fouls and turnovers cost Lights victory in road game
February 28th, 2005
Fouls and turnovers cost Lights victory in road gameBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Mont...


Northern steps up play to defeat UGF Argos
February 28th, 2005
Northern steps up play to defeat UGF ArgosBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThere are two reac...


Pony boys finish third in divisional tournament
February 28th, 2005
Pony boys finish third in divisional tournamentBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Havre Hi...


Stars are Northern C champions
February 28th, 2005
Stars are Northern C championsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comGREAT FALLS - For the se...


Turnovers deprive Pony girls of shot at consolation game
February 28th, 2005
Turnovers deprive Pony girls of shot at consolation gameBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comFri...


This country is not a theocracy
February 25th, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 25th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 25th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
February 25th, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


City versus county
February 25th, 2005
City versus countyBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comHill County and the city of Havre both have offic...


Court decision may mean more refueling in Havre
February 25th, 2005
Court decision may mean more refueling in HavreBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA Burlington Northern and San...


HERBERT GRUSS obituary
February 25th, 2005
HERBERT GRUSS obituaryCHINOOK - Herbert O. Gruss, 78, formerly of Chinook, died Sunday evening, February 20, 2005, at his Missoula residence.Herb was born Nov. 17, 1926, to Ot...


DELBERT JENSEN obituary
February 25th, 2005
DELBERT JENSEN obituaryHAVRE-Delbert R. Jensen, 46, a maintenance engineer, died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of apparent natural causes. The Hill County coroner is i...


Big Sandy shakes off early morning start to defeat Lady Trojans in los...
February 25th, 2005
Big Sandy shakes off early morning start to defeat Lady Trojans in loser-out actionBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredail...


Browning shocks Havre in Central A semifinal
February 25th, 2005
Browning shocks Havre in Central A semifinalBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Browning bo...


Lights ink former Big Sandy standout Ophus
February 25th, 2005
Lights ink former Big Sandy standout OphusBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comFor his first recr...


Lights drop nonconference game to MSU-Billings, prepare for UGF
February 25th, 2005
Lights drop nonconference game to MSU-Billings, prepare for UGFBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Nordlund's 22 points leads Malta past Sugarbeeters; Cut Bank edge...
February 25th, 2005
Nordlund's 22 points leads Malta past Sugarbeeters; Cut Bank edges Wolf PointBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredaily...


Rocky Boy rolls over Dutton-Brady; T-Birds fall
February 25th, 2005
Rocky Boy rolls over Dutton-Brady; T-Birds fallBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comFor nearly t...


Skylights take on rival Argos with pride on the line
February 25th, 2005
Skylights take on rival Argos with pride on the lineBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt'...


This country is not a theocracy
February 25th, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 25th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 25th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
February 25th, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


City versus county
February 25th, 2005
City versus countyBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comHill County and the city of Havre both have offic...


Court decision may mean more refueling in Havre
February 25th, 2005
Court decision may mean more refueling in HavreBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA Burlington Northern and San...


HERBERT GRUSS obituary
February 25th, 2005
HERBERT GRUSS obituaryCHINOOK - Herbert O. Gruss, 78, formerly of Chinook, died Sunday evening, February 20, 2005, at his Missoula residence.Herb was born Nov. 17, 1926, to Ot...


DELBERT JENSEN obituary
February 25th, 2005
DELBERT JENSEN obituaryHAVRE-Delbert R. Jensen, 46, a maintenance engineer, died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of apparent natural causes. The Hill County coroner is i...


Big Sandy shakes off early morning start to defeat Lady Trojans in los...
February 25th, 2005
Big Sandy shakes off early morning start to defeat Lady Trojans in loser-out actionBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredail...


Browning shocks Havre in Central A semifinal
February 25th, 2005
Browning shocks Havre in Central A semifinalBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Browning bo...


Lights ink former Big Sandy standout Ophus
February 25th, 2005
Lights ink former Big Sandy standout OphusBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comFor his first recr...


Lights drop nonconference game to MSU-Billings, prepare for UGF
February 25th, 2005
Lights drop nonconference game to MSU-Billings, prepare for UGFBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Nordlund's 22 points leads Malta past Sugarbeeters; Cut Bank edge...
February 25th, 2005
Nordlund's 22 points leads Malta past Sugarbeeters; Cut Bank edges Wolf PointBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredaily...


Rocky Boy rolls over Dutton-Brady; T-Birds fall
February 25th, 2005
Rocky Boy rolls over Dutton-Brady; T-Birds fallBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comFor nearly t...


Skylights take on rival Argos with pride on the line
February 25th, 2005
Skylights take on rival Argos with pride on the lineBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt'...


This country is not a theocracy
February 25th, 2005
This country is not a theocracyEvery new law creates a new breed of criminal. Crimes and criminals do not exist without laws.Run a stop sign, you're ticketed, if caught. Commi...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 25th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 25th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


The Curse of Methamphetamine
February 25th, 2005
The Curse of MethamphetamineBy Tim LeedsFORT BELKNAP - Jerry Nystrom of the Tri-Agency Task Force paused during a PowerPoint presentation about methamphetamine, on a slide sho...


City versus county
February 25th, 2005
City versus countyBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comHill County and the city of Havre both have offic...


Court decision may mean more refueling in Havre
February 25th, 2005
Court decision may mean more refueling in HavreBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA Burlington Northern and San...


HERBERT GRUSS obituary
February 25th, 2005
HERBERT GRUSS obituaryCHINOOK - Herbert O. Gruss, 78, formerly of Chinook, died Sunday evening, February 20, 2005, at his Missoula residence.Herb was born Nov. 17, 1926, to Ot...


DELBERT JENSEN obituary
February 25th, 2005
DELBERT JENSEN obituaryHAVRE-Delbert R. Jensen, 46, a maintenance engineer, died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of apparent natural causes. The Hill County coroner is i...


Big Sandy shakes off early morning start to defeat Lady Trojans in los...
February 25th, 2005
Big Sandy shakes off early morning start to defeat Lady Trojans in loser-out actionBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredail...


Browning shocks Havre in Central A semifinal
February 25th, 2005
Browning shocks Havre in Central A semifinalBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Browning bo...


Lights ink former Big Sandy standout Ophus
February 25th, 2005
Lights ink former Big Sandy standout OphusBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comFor his first recr...


Lights drop nonconference game to MSU-Billings, prepare for UGF
February 25th, 2005
Lights drop nonconference game to MSU-Billings, prepare for UGFBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Nordlund's 22 points leads Malta past Sugarbeeters; Cut Bank edge...
February 25th, 2005
Nordlund's 22 points leads Malta past Sugarbeeters; Cut Bank edges Wolf PointBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredaily...


Rocky Boy rolls over Dutton-Brady; T-Birds fall
February 25th, 2005
Rocky Boy rolls over Dutton-Brady; T-Birds fallBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comFor nearly t...


Skylights take on rival Argos with pride on the line
February 25th, 2005
Skylights take on rival Argos with pride on the lineBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt'...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 24th, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 24th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 24th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 24th, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Some ask: Where's the money?
February 24th, 2005
Some ask: Where's the money?By Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre Community Skateboard Park got a &...


HERBERT GRUSS obituary
February 24th, 2005
HERBERT GRUSS obituaryCHINOOK - Herbert O. Gruss, 78, formerly of Chinook, died Sunday evening, February 20, 2005, at his Missoula residence.Herb was born Nov. 17, 1926, to Ot...


Chinook faces familiar foe in M-Ettes in Northern B Divisional
February 24th, 2005
Chinook faces familiar foe in M-Ettes in Northern B DivisionalBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Ponies favored at Central A Divisional
February 24th, 2005
Ponies favored at Central A Divisional By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Central A boys b...


Havre Daily News/C. Cottrell/photos@havredailynews.comRocky Boy point guard A.J. The Boy leads the Stars into today's Northern C Divisiona...


Late scoring run lifts Butte Central past Ponies
February 24th, 2005
Late scoring run lifts Butte Central past Ponies By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIt might h...


District 9C teams favored at Northern C
February 24th, 2005
District 9C teams favored at Northern CBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIt doesn't happ...


Wolfe's free throw propels Chester over Big Sandy
February 24th, 2005
Wolfe's free throw propels Chester over Big SandyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt was...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 24th, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 24th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 24th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 24th, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Some ask: Where's the money?
February 24th, 2005
Some ask: Where's the money?By Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre Community Skateboard Park got a &...


HERBERT GRUSS obituary
February 24th, 2005
HERBERT GRUSS obituaryCHINOOK - Herbert O. Gruss, 78, formerly of Chinook, died Sunday evening, February 20, 2005, at his Missoula residence.Herb was born Nov. 17, 1926, to Ot...


Chinook faces familiar foe in M-Ettes in Northern B Divisional
February 24th, 2005
Chinook faces familiar foe in M-Ettes in Northern B DivisionalBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Ponies favored at Central A Divisional
February 24th, 2005
Ponies favored at Central A Divisional By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Central A boys b...


Havre Daily News/C. Cottrell/photos@havredailynews.comRocky Boy point guard A.J. The Boy leads the Stars into today's Northern C Divisiona...


Late scoring run lifts Butte Central past Ponies
February 24th, 2005
Late scoring run lifts Butte Central past Ponies By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIt might h...


District 9C teams favored at Northern C
February 24th, 2005
District 9C teams favored at Northern CBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIt doesn't happ...


Wolfe's free throw propels Chester over Big Sandy
February 24th, 2005
Wolfe's free throw propels Chester over Big SandyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt was...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 24th, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 24th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 24th, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 24th, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Some ask: Where's the money?
February 24th, 2005
Some ask: Where's the money?By Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre Community Skateboard Park got a &...


HERBERT GRUSS obituary
February 24th, 2005
HERBERT GRUSS obituaryCHINOOK - Herbert O. Gruss, 78, formerly of Chinook, died Sunday evening, February 20, 2005, at his Missoula residence.Herb was born Nov. 17, 1926, to Ot...


Chinook faces familiar foe in M-Ettes in Northern B Divisional
February 24th, 2005
Chinook faces familiar foe in M-Ettes in Northern B DivisionalBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Ponies favored at Central A Divisional
February 24th, 2005
Ponies favored at Central A Divisional By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Central A boys b...


Havre Daily News/C. Cottrell/photos@havredailynews.comRocky Boy point guard A.J. The Boy leads the Stars into today's Northern C Divisiona...


Late scoring run lifts Butte Central past Ponies
February 24th, 2005
Late scoring run lifts Butte Central past Ponies By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIt might h...


District 9C teams favored at Northern C
February 24th, 2005
District 9C teams favored at Northern CBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIt doesn't happ...


Wolfe's free throw propels Chester over Big Sandy
February 24th, 2005
Wolfe's free throw propels Chester over Big SandyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt was...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 23rd, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 23rd, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 23rd, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 23rd, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Armory emptying for large construction project
February 23rd, 2005
Armory emptying for large construction projectBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Montana Army Nati...


City Council backs separate e-911 plan
February 23rd, 2005
City Council backs separate e-911 planBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe long and tumultuous process to bri...


City Council again accepting bids on Heritage Center
February 23rd, 2005
City Council again accepting bids on Heritage CenterBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Heritage Center is g...


Harlem qualifies for Northern B Divisional; season ends for Chinook, C...
February 23rd, 2005
Harlem qualifies for Northern B Divisional; season ends for Chinook, ChesterBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews....


Ponies open Central A divisional with Maroons
February 23rd, 2005
Ponies open Central A divisional with MaroonsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comWhen the Centr...


Area teams favored in wide open Northern C
February 23rd, 2005
Area teams favored in wide open Northern CBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt may be a differ...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 23rd, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 23rd, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 23rd, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 23rd, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Armory emptying for large construction project
February 23rd, 2005
Armory emptying for large construction projectBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Montana Army Nati...


City Council backs separate e-911 plan
February 23rd, 2005
City Council backs separate e-911 planBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe long and tumultuous process to bri...


City Council again accepting bids on Heritage Center
February 23rd, 2005
City Council again accepting bids on Heritage CenterBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Heritage Center is g...


Harlem qualifies for Northern B Divisional; season ends for Chinook, C...
February 23rd, 2005
Harlem qualifies for Northern B Divisional; season ends for Chinook, ChesterBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews....


Ponies open Central A divisional with Maroons
February 23rd, 2005
Ponies open Central A divisional with MaroonsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comWhen the Centr...


Area teams favored in wide open Northern C
February 23rd, 2005
Area teams favored in wide open Northern CBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt may be a differ...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 23rd, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 23rd, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 23rd, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 23rd, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Armory emptying for large construction project
February 23rd, 2005
Armory emptying for large construction projectBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Montana Army Nati...


City Council backs separate e-911 plan
February 23rd, 2005
City Council backs separate e-911 planBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe long and tumultuous process to bri...


City Council again accepting bids on Heritage Center
February 23rd, 2005
City Council again accepting bids on Heritage CenterBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Heritage Center is g...


Harlem qualifies for Northern B Divisional; season ends for Chinook, C...
February 23rd, 2005
Harlem qualifies for Northern B Divisional; season ends for Chinook, ChesterBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews....


Ponies open Central A divisional with Maroons
February 23rd, 2005
Ponies open Central A divisional with MaroonsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comWhen the Centr...


Area teams favored in wide open Northern C
February 23rd, 2005
Area teams favored in wide open Northern CBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIt may be a differ...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 22nd, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 22nd, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 22nd, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 22nd, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Bergren bill exempts casinos from smoking bans
February 22nd, 2005
Bergren bill exempts casinos from smoking bansBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The Montana House on Monday reiterated its desire to exempt casinos from any local s...


New campus expands again
February 22nd, 2005
New campus expands againBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comWhen students arrived at the new Stone Chil...


WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituary
February 22nd, 2005
WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituaryBILLINGS - William C. Eckhardt, 91, of Billings died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.A service and burial were held T...


ANTONIO REGO obituary
February 22nd, 2005
ANTONIO REGO obituary ROCKY BOY - Antonio P. Rego, 74, died at his home in Rocky Boy with his family by his side on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, after a long illness.A wake servic...


LEON VOSEN obituary
February 22nd, 2005
LEON VOSEN obituaryKREMLIN - Leon C. Vosen, 92, a farmer from south of Kremlin, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A viewing will be...


Skylights salvage conference split with win over Griffins, Lights'...
February 22nd, 2005
Skylights salvage conference split with win over Griffins, Lights' road woes continueBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@ha...


T-Birds keep season alive with win over Box Elder
February 22nd, 2005
T-Birds keep season alive with win over Box ElderBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Rocky...


Northern wrestlers continue dominance at Northern Regional
February 22nd, 2005
Northern wrestlers continue dominance at Northern RegionalBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comTh...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 22nd, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 22nd, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 22nd, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 22nd, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Bergren bill exempts casinos from smoking bans
February 22nd, 2005
Bergren bill exempts casinos from smoking bansBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The Montana House on Monday reiterated its desire to exempt casinos from any local s...


New campus expands again
February 22nd, 2005
New campus expands againBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comWhen students arrived at the new Stone Chil...


WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituary
February 22nd, 2005
WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituaryBILLINGS - William C. Eckhardt, 91, of Billings died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.A service and burial were held T...


ANTONIO REGO obituary
February 22nd, 2005
ANTONIO REGO obituary ROCKY BOY - Antonio P. Rego, 74, died at his home in Rocky Boy with his family by his side on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, after a long illness.A wake servic...


LEON VOSEN obituary
February 22nd, 2005
LEON VOSEN obituaryKREMLIN - Leon C. Vosen, 92, a farmer from south of Kremlin, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A viewing will be...


Skylights salvage conference split with win over Griffins, Lights'...
February 22nd, 2005
Skylights salvage conference split with win over Griffins, Lights' road woes continueBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@ha...


T-Birds keep season alive with win over Box Elder
February 22nd, 2005
T-Birds keep season alive with win over Box ElderBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Rocky...


Northern wrestlers continue dominance at Northern Regional
February 22nd, 2005
Northern wrestlers continue dominance at Northern RegionalBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comTh...


Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminate
February 22nd, 2005
Secondhand smoke doesn't discriminateThere are two bills in the Montana Legislature designed to regulate smoking in public places: Rep. Tim Dowell's House Bill 643, which bans smo...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 22nd, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Tips for teens and their teeth
February 22nd, 2005
Tips for teens and their teethBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public SchoolsWe all know that teens pay close attention to fashion, music and all of the latest trends, but unfortuna...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 22nd, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Bergren bill exempts casinos from smoking bans
February 22nd, 2005
Bergren bill exempts casinos from smoking bansBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The Montana House on Monday reiterated its desire to exempt casinos from any local s...


New campus expands again
February 22nd, 2005
New campus expands againBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comWhen students arrived at the new Stone Chil...


WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituary
February 22nd, 2005
WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituaryBILLINGS - William C. Eckhardt, 91, of Billings died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.A service and burial were held T...


ANTONIO REGO obituary
February 22nd, 2005
ANTONIO REGO obituary ROCKY BOY - Antonio P. Rego, 74, died at his home in Rocky Boy with his family by his side on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, after a long illness.A wake servic...


LEON VOSEN obituary
February 22nd, 2005
LEON VOSEN obituaryKREMLIN - Leon C. Vosen, 92, a farmer from south of Kremlin, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A viewing will be...


Skylights salvage conference split with win over Griffins, Lights'...
February 22nd, 2005
Skylights salvage conference split with win over Griffins, Lights' road woes continueBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@ha...


T-Birds keep season alive with win over Box Elder
February 22nd, 2005
T-Birds keep season alive with win over Box ElderBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe Rocky...


Northern wrestlers continue dominance at Northern Regional
February 22nd, 2005
Northern wrestlers continue dominance at Northern RegionalBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comTh...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 21st, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 21st, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 21st, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Fort Belknap hosts workshop on area meth problem
February 21st, 2005
Fort Belknap hosts workshop on area meth problemBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Fort Belknap Chemical De...


Bill revived to let NorthWestern generate power
February 21st, 2005
Bill revived to let NorthWestern generate powerHELENA (AP) - A House committee has pumped new life into a bill that would allow NorthWestern Energy, which distributes electricity to Mon...


WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituary
February 21st, 2005
WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituaryBILLINGS - William C. Eckhardt, 91, of Billings died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.A service and burial were held T...


ANTONIO REGO obituary
February 21st, 2005
ANTONIO REGO obituary ROCKY BOY - Antonio P. Rego, 74, died at his home in Rocky Boy with his family by his side on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, after a long illness.A wake servic...


LEON VOSEN obituary
February 21st, 2005
LEON VOSEN obituaryKREMLIN - Leon C. Vosen, 92, a farmer from south of Kremlin, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A viewing will be...


Back on top once again
February 21st, 2005
Back on top once againBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIn Roy Lackner's mind, all is ri...


Box Elder stays alive with win over KG
February 21st, 2005
Box Elder stays alive with win over KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe beauty of a doubl...


Browning ends Ponies' perfect league record
February 21st, 2005
Browning ends Ponies' perfect league recordBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comCall it a w...


Foul-plagued Ponies end regular season with loss to Browning
February 21st, 2005
Foul-plagued Ponies end regular season with loss to BrowningBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Stars bright, Stars' night
February 21st, 2005
Stars bright, Stars' nightBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comSaturday night in the Distri...


T-Birds knock off Blue Sky/J-I to finish third
February 21st, 2005
T-Birds knock off Blue Sky/J-I to finish thirdBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Hays-Lodge...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 21st, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 21st, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 21st, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Fort Belknap hosts workshop on area meth problem
February 21st, 2005
Fort Belknap hosts workshop on area meth problemBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Fort Belknap Chemical De...


Bill revived to let NorthWestern generate power
February 21st, 2005
Bill revived to let NorthWestern generate powerHELENA (AP) - A House committee has pumped new life into a bill that would allow NorthWestern Energy, which distributes electricity to Mon...


WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituary
February 21st, 2005
WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituaryBILLINGS - William C. Eckhardt, 91, of Billings died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.A service and burial were held T...


ANTONIO REGO obituary
February 21st, 2005
ANTONIO REGO obituary ROCKY BOY - Antonio P. Rego, 74, died at his home in Rocky Boy with his family by his side on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, after a long illness.A wake servic...


LEON VOSEN obituary
February 21st, 2005
LEON VOSEN obituaryKREMLIN - Leon C. Vosen, 92, a farmer from south of Kremlin, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A viewing will be...


Back on top once again
February 21st, 2005
Back on top once againBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIn Roy Lackner's mind, all is ri...


Box Elder stays alive with win over KG
February 21st, 2005
Box Elder stays alive with win over KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe beauty of a doubl...


Browning ends Ponies' perfect league record
February 21st, 2005
Browning ends Ponies' perfect league recordBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comCall it a w...


Foul-plagued Ponies end regular season with loss to Browning
February 21st, 2005
Foul-plagued Ponies end regular season with loss to BrowningBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Stars bright, Stars' night
February 21st, 2005
Stars bright, Stars' nightBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comSaturday night in the Distri...


T-Birds knock off Blue Sky/J-I to finish third
February 21st, 2005
T-Birds knock off Blue Sky/J-I to finish thirdBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Hays-Lodge...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 21st, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 21st, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 21st, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Fort Belknap hosts workshop on area meth problem
February 21st, 2005
Fort Belknap hosts workshop on area meth problemBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Fort Belknap Chemical De...


Bill revived to let NorthWestern generate power
February 21st, 2005
Bill revived to let NorthWestern generate powerHELENA (AP) - A House committee has pumped new life into a bill that would allow NorthWestern Energy, which distributes electricity to Mon...


WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituary
February 21st, 2005
WILLIAM ECKHARDT obituaryBILLINGS - William C. Eckhardt, 91, of Billings died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook.A service and burial were held T...


ANTONIO REGO obituary
February 21st, 2005
ANTONIO REGO obituary ROCKY BOY - Antonio P. Rego, 74, died at his home in Rocky Boy with his family by his side on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, after a long illness.A wake servic...


LEON VOSEN obituary
February 21st, 2005
LEON VOSEN obituaryKREMLIN - Leon C. Vosen, 92, a farmer from south of Kremlin, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A viewing will be...


Back on top once again
February 21st, 2005
Back on top once againBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIn Roy Lackner's mind, all is ri...


Box Elder stays alive with win over KG
February 21st, 2005
Box Elder stays alive with win over KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe beauty of a doubl...


Browning ends Ponies' perfect league record
February 21st, 2005
Browning ends Ponies' perfect league recordBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comCall it a w...


Foul-plagued Ponies end regular season with loss to Browning
February 21st, 2005
Foul-plagued Ponies end regular season with loss to BrowningBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Stars bright, Stars' night
February 21st, 2005
Stars bright, Stars' nightBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comSaturday night in the Distri...


T-Birds knock off Blue Sky/J-I to finish third
February 21st, 2005
T-Birds knock off Blue Sky/J-I to finish thirdBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Hays-Lodge...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 18th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 18th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 18th, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Co-workers plan silent auction to help fire victims
February 18th, 2005
Co-workers plan silent auction to help fire victimsby Larry KlineFriends and co-workers have joined with local businesses in an effort to help Gary and Jessica Peterson, Havre resi...


Box Elder kids are working out
February 18th, 2005
Box Elder kids are working outEllen ThompsonBOX ELDER - Most students in Melanie Jenkins' physical education classes at Box Elder School had never used a weight room befo...


Man gets suspended sentence in sex case
February 18th, 2005
Man gets suspended sentence in sex caseby Tim LeedsA Havre man was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison with all but 30 days suspended for a charge of incest."I...


Karen Sloan is honored for helping local women
February 18th, 2005
Karen Sloan is honored for helping local womenby Larry KlineA woman who has dedicated much of her life to the health of local women and girls will be honored this weekend in recogn...


Lights look for eighth straight regional title
February 18th, 2005
Lights look for eighth straight regional titleby Ryan DivishThe NAIA Northern Regional Wrestling tournament might as well rename itself the MSU-Northern Regional wrestling tourname...


Lewis-Clark State sweeps Northern hoop squads
February 18th, 2005
Lewis-Clark State sweeps Northern hoop squadsby Ryan DivishLewis-Clark State's old facility, Warrior Gym, wasn't very kind to the MSU-Northern women's and men's...


HHS hoop teams wrap up regular season in Browning
February 18th, 2005
HHS hoop teams wrap up regular season in Browningby George FergusonOne trip to Browning is all that stands between both the Havre High girls and boys basketball teams from the 2005...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 18th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 18th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 18th, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Co-workers plan silent auction to help fire victims
February 18th, 2005
Co-workers plan silent auction to help fire victimsby Larry KlineFriends and co-workers have joined with local businesses in an effort to help Gary and Jessica Peterson, Havre resi...


Box Elder kids are working out
February 18th, 2005
Box Elder kids are working outEllen ThompsonBOX ELDER - Most students in Melanie Jenkins' physical education classes at Box Elder School had never used a weight room befo...


Man gets suspended sentence in sex case
February 18th, 2005
Man gets suspended sentence in sex caseby Tim LeedsA Havre man was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison with all but 30 days suspended for a charge of incest."I...


Karen Sloan is honored for helping local women
February 18th, 2005
Karen Sloan is honored for helping local womenby Larry KlineA woman who has dedicated much of her life to the health of local women and girls will be honored this weekend in recogn...


Lights look for eighth straight regional title
February 18th, 2005
Lights look for eighth straight regional titleby Ryan DivishThe NAIA Northern Regional Wrestling tournament might as well rename itself the MSU-Northern Regional wrestling tourname...


Lewis-Clark State sweeps Northern hoop squads
February 18th, 2005
Lewis-Clark State sweeps Northern hoop squadsby Ryan DivishLewis-Clark State's old facility, Warrior Gym, wasn't very kind to the MSU-Northern women's and men's...


HHS hoop teams wrap up regular season in Browning
February 18th, 2005
HHS hoop teams wrap up regular season in Browningby George FergusonOne trip to Browning is all that stands between both the Havre High girls and boys basketball teams from the 2005...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 18th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 18th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper own...
February 18th, 2005
Editor's note: This story was written by California newspaper owner and editor Pat Biby Teeters and is reprinted here with her permission.By Pat Biby TeetersThe Valley Messeng...


Co-workers plan silent auction to help fire victims
February 18th, 2005
Co-workers plan silent auction to help fire victimsby Larry KlineFriends and co-workers have joined with local businesses in an effort to help Gary and Jessica Peterson, Havre resi...


Box Elder kids are working out
February 18th, 2005
Box Elder kids are working outEllen ThompsonBOX ELDER - Most students in Melanie Jenkins' physical education classes at Box Elder School had never used a weight room befo...


Man gets suspended sentence in sex case
February 18th, 2005
Man gets suspended sentence in sex caseby Tim LeedsA Havre man was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison with all but 30 days suspended for a charge of incest."I...


Karen Sloan is honored for helping local women
February 18th, 2005
Karen Sloan is honored for helping local womenby Larry KlineA woman who has dedicated much of her life to the health of local women and girls will be honored this weekend in recogn...


Lights look for eighth straight regional title
February 18th, 2005
Lights look for eighth straight regional titleby Ryan DivishThe NAIA Northern Regional Wrestling tournament might as well rename itself the MSU-Northern Regional wrestling tourname...


Lewis-Clark State sweeps Northern hoop squads
February 18th, 2005
Lewis-Clark State sweeps Northern hoop squadsby Ryan DivishLewis-Clark State's old facility, Warrior Gym, wasn't very kind to the MSU-Northern women's and men's...


HHS hoop teams wrap up regular season in Browning
February 18th, 2005
HHS hoop teams wrap up regular season in Browningby George FergusonOne trip to Browning is all that stands between both the Havre High girls and boys basketball teams from the 2005...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 17th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 17th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 17th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 17th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Proposed budget already beyond spending limit
February 17th, 2005
Proposed budget already beyond spending limitBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The Legislature is on track to spend so much money that the state would violate a 24-...


Community responds to help young cowboy
February 17th, 2005
Community responds to help young cowboyBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe Coder family, which lives and works...


House endorses water treatment plan for mines
February 17th, 2005
House endorses water treatment plan for minesHELENA (AP) - A bill that creates a special trust fund to pay for long-term treatment of water contaminated by the defunct Zortman-Landusky...


Parties agree to cooling-off period for e-911 debate
February 17th, 2005
Parties agree to cooling-off period for e-911 debate By Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comHill County Sh...


Third school funding proposal most expensive yet
February 17th, 2005
Third school funding proposal most expensive yetBy SARAH COOKE/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The coalition of education groups that sued the state over a lack of school fund...


Beeters play in first 1B tourney
February 17th, 2005
Beeters play in first 1B tourneyBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe sound of screaming and...


Box Elder girls stay alive with win over KG
February 17th, 2005
Box Elder girls stay alive with win over KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIn loser-out act...


Box Elder overcomes slow start to defeat Big Sandy
February 17th, 2005
Box Elder overcomes slow start to defeat Big SandyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comGoing into...


Chester top seed in girls District 10C tourney
February 17th, 2005
Chester top seed in girls District 10C tourneyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comNot every dist...


Miller's 37 points helps Blue Sky/J-I stay alive with first 9C wi...
February 17th, 2005
Miller's 37 points helps Blue Sky/J-I stay alive with first 9C winBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Shambo carries T-Birds past Turner into semis
February 17th, 2005
Shambo carries T-Birds past Turner into semisBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou wouldn'...


Skylights, Lights face Lewis-Clark State in new facility
February 17th, 2005
Skylights, Lights face Lewis-Clark State in new facilityBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comPard...


Wagner signs with Carroll College to play quarterback
February 17th, 2005
Wagner signs with Carroll College to play quarterbackBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comHavre...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 17th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 17th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 17th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 17th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Proposed budget already beyond spending limit
February 17th, 2005
Proposed budget already beyond spending limitBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The Legislature is on track to spend so much money that the state would violate a 24-...


Community responds to help young cowboy
February 17th, 2005
Community responds to help young cowboyBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe Coder family, which lives and works...


House endorses water treatment plan for mines
February 17th, 2005
House endorses water treatment plan for minesHELENA (AP) - A bill that creates a special trust fund to pay for long-term treatment of water contaminated by the defunct Zortman-Landusky...


Parties agree to cooling-off period for e-911 debate
February 17th, 2005
Parties agree to cooling-off period for e-911 debate By Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comHill County Sh...


Third school funding proposal most expensive yet
February 17th, 2005
Third school funding proposal most expensive yetBy SARAH COOKE/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The coalition of education groups that sued the state over a lack of school fund...


Beeters play in first 1B tourney
February 17th, 2005
Beeters play in first 1B tourneyBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe sound of screaming and...


Box Elder girls stay alive with win over KG
February 17th, 2005
Box Elder girls stay alive with win over KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIn loser-out act...


Box Elder overcomes slow start to defeat Big Sandy
February 17th, 2005
Box Elder overcomes slow start to defeat Big SandyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comGoing into...


Chester top seed in girls District 10C tourney
February 17th, 2005
Chester top seed in girls District 10C tourneyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comNot every dist...


Miller's 37 points helps Blue Sky/J-I stay alive with first 9C wi...
February 17th, 2005
Miller's 37 points helps Blue Sky/J-I stay alive with first 9C winBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Shambo carries T-Birds past Turner into semis
February 17th, 2005
Shambo carries T-Birds past Turner into semisBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou wouldn'...


Skylights, Lights face Lewis-Clark State in new facility
February 17th, 2005
Skylights, Lights face Lewis-Clark State in new facilityBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comPard...


Wagner signs with Carroll College to play quarterback
February 17th, 2005
Wagner signs with Carroll College to play quarterbackBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comHavre...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 17th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 17th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 17th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 17th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Proposed budget already beyond spending limit
February 17th, 2005
Proposed budget already beyond spending limitBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The Legislature is on track to spend so much money that the state would violate a 24-...


Community responds to help young cowboy
February 17th, 2005
Community responds to help young cowboyBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe Coder family, which lives and works...


House endorses water treatment plan for mines
February 17th, 2005
House endorses water treatment plan for minesHELENA (AP) - A bill that creates a special trust fund to pay for long-term treatment of water contaminated by the defunct Zortman-Landusky...


Parties agree to cooling-off period for e-911 debate
February 17th, 2005
Parties agree to cooling-off period for e-911 debate By Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comHill County Sh...


Third school funding proposal most expensive yet
February 17th, 2005
Third school funding proposal most expensive yetBy SARAH COOKE/Associated Press WriterHELENA - The coalition of education groups that sued the state over a lack of school fund...


Beeters play in first 1B tourney
February 17th, 2005
Beeters play in first 1B tourneyBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe sound of screaming and...


Box Elder girls stay alive with win over KG
February 17th, 2005
Box Elder girls stay alive with win over KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIn loser-out act...


Box Elder overcomes slow start to defeat Big Sandy
February 17th, 2005
Box Elder overcomes slow start to defeat Big SandyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comGoing into...


Chester top seed in girls District 10C tourney
February 17th, 2005
Chester top seed in girls District 10C tourneyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comNot every dist...


Miller's 37 points helps Blue Sky/J-I stay alive with first 9C wi...
February 17th, 2005
Miller's 37 points helps Blue Sky/J-I stay alive with first 9C winBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Shambo carries T-Birds past Turner into semis
February 17th, 2005
Shambo carries T-Birds past Turner into semisBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou wouldn'...


Skylights, Lights face Lewis-Clark State in new facility
February 17th, 2005
Skylights, Lights face Lewis-Clark State in new facilityBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comPard...


Wagner signs with Carroll College to play quarterback
February 17th, 2005
Wagner signs with Carroll College to play quarterbackBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comHavre...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 16th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 16th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 16th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 16th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Fair board sticks with new dates, despite complaints
February 16th, 2005
Fair board sticks with new dates, despite complaintsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Great North...


Police investigate rash of car burglaries
February 16th, 2005
Police investigate rash of car burglariesBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comHavre police are investigating a st...


Christmas Cash culprit is sentenced for forgery, drugs
February 16th, 2005
Christmas Cash culprit is sentenced for forgery, drugsBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA Havre man accused of f...


MICHELLE PLAIN FEATHER obituary
February 16th, 2005
MICHELLE PLAIN FEATHER obituaryMichelle Rae (Main) Plain Feather, 25, died Monday, Feb. 14, 2005, in an automobile accident at Lodge Pole.A wake service will begin today at 7 p.m....


LORRAINE RICHARDS
February 16th, 2005
LORRAINE RICHARDS obituaryLorraine Helen Louise Richards, 93, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of natural causes.Her funeral service will be 2 p...


Big Sandy survives cold shooting night
February 16th, 2005
Big Sandy survives cold shooting nightBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comKacy Herron has made p...


Eagles tourney experience pays off
February 16th, 2005
Eagles tourney experience pays offBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comOn Tuesday night at the H...


Strong second half propels KG
February 16th, 2005
Strong second half propels KG By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIf you had to point to a game...


T-Birds take care of business in first-round win
February 16th, 2005
T-Birds take care of business in first-round winBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Hays-Lod...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 16th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 16th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 16th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 16th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Fair board sticks with new dates, despite complaints
February 16th, 2005
Fair board sticks with new dates, despite complaintsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Great North...


Police investigate rash of car burglaries
February 16th, 2005
Police investigate rash of car burglariesBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comHavre police are investigating a st...


Christmas Cash culprit is sentenced for forgery, drugs
February 16th, 2005
Christmas Cash culprit is sentenced for forgery, drugsBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA Havre man accused of f...


MICHELLE PLAIN FEATHER obituary
February 16th, 2005
MICHELLE PLAIN FEATHER obituaryMichelle Rae (Main) Plain Feather, 25, died Monday, Feb. 14, 2005, in an automobile accident at Lodge Pole.A wake service will begin today at 7 p.m....


LORRAINE RICHARDS
February 16th, 2005
LORRAINE RICHARDS obituaryLorraine Helen Louise Richards, 93, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of natural causes.Her funeral service will be 2 p...


Big Sandy survives cold shooting night
February 16th, 2005
Big Sandy survives cold shooting nightBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comKacy Herron has made p...


Eagles tourney experience pays off
February 16th, 2005
Eagles tourney experience pays offBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comOn Tuesday night at the H...


Strong second half propels KG
February 16th, 2005
Strong second half propels KG By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIf you had to point to a game...


T-Birds take care of business in first-round win
February 16th, 2005
T-Birds take care of business in first-round winBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Hays-Lod...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 16th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004
February 16th, 2005
Some Montana knapweed populations crash in 2004By Carol Flaherty/MSU News ServiceCORVALLIS - In past years, Jim Story only needed a short trip to collect data on spotted knapw...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 16th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 16th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Fair board sticks with new dates, despite complaints
February 16th, 2005
Fair board sticks with new dates, despite complaintsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Great North...


Police investigate rash of car burglaries
February 16th, 2005
Police investigate rash of car burglariesBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comHavre police are investigating a st...


Christmas Cash culprit is sentenced for forgery, drugs
February 16th, 2005
Christmas Cash culprit is sentenced for forgery, drugsBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA Havre man accused of f...


MICHELLE PLAIN FEATHER obituary
February 16th, 2005
MICHELLE PLAIN FEATHER obituaryMichelle Rae (Main) Plain Feather, 25, died Monday, Feb. 14, 2005, in an automobile accident at Lodge Pole.A wake service will begin today at 7 p.m....


LORRAINE RICHARDS
February 16th, 2005
LORRAINE RICHARDS obituaryLorraine Helen Louise Richards, 93, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of natural causes.Her funeral service will be 2 p...


Big Sandy survives cold shooting night
February 16th, 2005
Big Sandy survives cold shooting nightBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comKacy Herron has made p...


Eagles tourney experience pays off
February 16th, 2005
Eagles tourney experience pays offBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comOn Tuesday night at the H...


Strong second half propels KG
February 16th, 2005
Strong second half propels KG By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIf you had to point to a game...


T-Birds take care of business in first-round win
February 16th, 2005
T-Birds take care of business in first-round winBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Hays-Lod...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 15th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 15th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 15th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 15th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Top spots picked for special events center
February 15th, 2005
Top spots picked for special events centerBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe committee investigating whether...


Hays woman killed in crash
February 15th, 2005
Hays woman killed in crashA one-vehicle accident early Monday claimed the life of a Hays woman. Michelle Main Plainfeather, 25, was killed when her 1993 Ford Thunderbird drifted of...


Committee recommends that Heritage Center bid is rejected
February 15th, 2005
Committee recommends that Heritage Center bid is rejectedBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre City Coun...


Home-school parents swarm Capitol to kill bill
February 15th, 2005
Home-school parents swarm Capitol to kill billBy SARAH R. CRAIG/Associated Press WriterHELENA - Home-school parents and children sang a thankful prayer in the Capitol rotunda...


Doctors say nasty virus going around
February 15th, 2005
Doctors say nasty virus going aroundBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comIt's February and a lot of...


GRACE GARCIA
February 15th, 2005
GRACE GARCIAmemorial serviceBIG SANDY - A memorial service for Grace Garcia, mother of Joseph DiSalvo of Big Sandy, will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Anthony's Catho...


VERA HEIL obituary
February 15th, 2005
VERA HEIL obituaryMISSOULA - Vera M. Heil, 84, of Missoula died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, after a short illness.A service was scheduled for 2 p.m. today at Sunset Memorial Funera...


WILLIAM HOPPE obituary
February 15th, 2005
WILLIAM HOPPE obituaryWHITEFISH - William F. Hoppe, 86, of Whitefish died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, of congestive heart failure at Kalispell Regional Medical Center in Kalispell.


DALE KINNIBURGH obituary
February 15th, 2005
DALE KINNIBURGH obituaryDale Dean Kinniburgh, 66, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.His memorial service will be 2 p.m. next Tuesday a...


GENEVA MCCRORY obituary
February 15th, 2005
GENEVA MCCRORY obituaryLIBBY - Geneva McCrory, 92, of Libby, formerly of Havre, died Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005, at her daughter's home in Libby due to cancer.Cremation has...


LORRAINE RICHARDS
February 15th, 2005
LORRAINE RICHARDSobituaryLorraine Helen Louise Richards, 93, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of natural causes.Her funeral service will be 2 p....


Rocky Boy heavy favorite to win 9C tourney title
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy heavy favorite to win 9C tourney titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIf basketba...


Rocky Boy finishes regular season with wins; T-Birds finish second
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy finishes regular season with wins; T-Birds finish second By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Rocky Boy, Chester capture regular season conference titles
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy, Chester capture regular season conference titlesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comI...


Stellar sixth title for HHS girls
February 15th, 2005
Stellar sixth title for HHS girlsBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou might as well keep a pe...


Tourney features a battle of 'haves' and 'have-nots...
February 15th, 2005
Tourney features a battle of 'haves' and 'have-nots'By Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 15th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 15th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 15th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 15th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Top spots picked for special events center
February 15th, 2005
Top spots picked for special events centerBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe committee investigating whether...


Hays woman killed in crash
February 15th, 2005
Hays woman killed in crashA one-vehicle accident early Monday claimed the life of a Hays woman. Michelle Main Plainfeather, 25, was killed when her 1993 Ford Thunderbird drifted of...


Committee recommends that Heritage Center bid is rejected
February 15th, 2005
Committee recommends that Heritage Center bid is rejectedBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre City Coun...


Home-school parents swarm Capitol to kill bill
February 15th, 2005
Home-school parents swarm Capitol to kill billBy SARAH R. CRAIG/Associated Press WriterHELENA - Home-school parents and children sang a thankful prayer in the Capitol rotunda...


Doctors say nasty virus going around
February 15th, 2005
Doctors say nasty virus going aroundBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comIt's February and a lot of...


GRACE GARCIA
February 15th, 2005
GRACE GARCIAmemorial serviceBIG SANDY - A memorial service for Grace Garcia, mother of Joseph DiSalvo of Big Sandy, will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Anthony's Catho...


VERA HEIL obituary
February 15th, 2005
VERA HEIL obituaryMISSOULA - Vera M. Heil, 84, of Missoula died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, after a short illness.A service was scheduled for 2 p.m. today at Sunset Memorial Funera...


WILLIAM HOPPE obituary
February 15th, 2005
WILLIAM HOPPE obituaryWHITEFISH - William F. Hoppe, 86, of Whitefish died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, of congestive heart failure at Kalispell Regional Medical Center in Kalispell.


DALE KINNIBURGH obituary
February 15th, 2005
DALE KINNIBURGH obituaryDale Dean Kinniburgh, 66, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.His memorial service will be 2 p.m. next Tuesday a...


GENEVA MCCRORY obituary
February 15th, 2005
GENEVA MCCRORY obituaryLIBBY - Geneva McCrory, 92, of Libby, formerly of Havre, died Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005, at her daughter's home in Libby due to cancer.Cremation has...


LORRAINE RICHARDS
February 15th, 2005
LORRAINE RICHARDSobituaryLorraine Helen Louise Richards, 93, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of natural causes.Her funeral service will be 2 p....


Rocky Boy heavy favorite to win 9C tourney title
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy heavy favorite to win 9C tourney titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIf basketba...


Rocky Boy finishes regular season with wins; T-Birds finish second
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy finishes regular season with wins; T-Birds finish second By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Rocky Boy, Chester capture regular season conference titles
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy, Chester capture regular season conference titlesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comI...


Stellar sixth title for HHS girls
February 15th, 2005
Stellar sixth title for HHS girlsBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou might as well keep a pe...


Tourney features a battle of 'haves' and 'have-nots...
February 15th, 2005
Tourney features a battle of 'haves' and 'have-nots'By Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 15th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 15th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 15th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 15th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Top spots picked for special events center
February 15th, 2005
Top spots picked for special events centerBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe committee investigating whether...


Hays woman killed in crash
February 15th, 2005
Hays woman killed in crashA one-vehicle accident early Monday claimed the life of a Hays woman. Michelle Main Plainfeather, 25, was killed when her 1993 Ford Thunderbird drifted of...


Committee recommends that Heritage Center bid is rejected
February 15th, 2005
Committee recommends that Heritage Center bid is rejectedBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre City Coun...


Home-school parents swarm Capitol to kill bill
February 15th, 2005
Home-school parents swarm Capitol to kill billBy SARAH R. CRAIG/Associated Press WriterHELENA - Home-school parents and children sang a thankful prayer in the Capitol rotunda...


Doctors say nasty virus going around
February 15th, 2005
Doctors say nasty virus going aroundBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comIt's February and a lot of...


GRACE GARCIA
February 15th, 2005
GRACE GARCIAmemorial serviceBIG SANDY - A memorial service for Grace Garcia, mother of Joseph DiSalvo of Big Sandy, will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Anthony's Catho...


VERA HEIL obituary
February 15th, 2005
VERA HEIL obituaryMISSOULA - Vera M. Heil, 84, of Missoula died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, after a short illness.A service was scheduled for 2 p.m. today at Sunset Memorial Funera...


WILLIAM HOPPE obituary
February 15th, 2005
WILLIAM HOPPE obituaryWHITEFISH - William F. Hoppe, 86, of Whitefish died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, of congestive heart failure at Kalispell Regional Medical Center in Kalispell.


DALE KINNIBURGH obituary
February 15th, 2005
DALE KINNIBURGH obituaryDale Dean Kinniburgh, 66, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.His memorial service will be 2 p.m. next Tuesday a...


GENEVA MCCRORY obituary
February 15th, 2005
GENEVA MCCRORY obituaryLIBBY - Geneva McCrory, 92, of Libby, formerly of Havre, died Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005, at her daughter's home in Libby due to cancer.Cremation has...


LORRAINE RICHARDS
February 15th, 2005
LORRAINE RICHARDSobituaryLorraine Helen Louise Richards, 93, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Northern Montana Hospital of natural causes.Her funeral service will be 2 p....


Rocky Boy heavy favorite to win 9C tourney title
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy heavy favorite to win 9C tourney titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comIf basketba...


Rocky Boy finishes regular season with wins; T-Birds finish second
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy finishes regular season with wins; T-Birds finish second By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Rocky Boy, Chester capture regular season conference titles
February 15th, 2005
Rocky Boy, Chester capture regular season conference titlesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comI...


Stellar sixth title for HHS girls
February 15th, 2005
Stellar sixth title for HHS girlsBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou might as well keep a pe...


Tourney features a battle of 'haves' and 'have-nots...
February 15th, 2005
Tourney features a battle of 'haves' and 'have-nots'By Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 14th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 14th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 14th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 14th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Beaver Creek Park may get its first official trail
February 14th, 2005
Beaver Creek Park may get its first official trailBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comWhen visitors com...


House measure would target domestic abuse
February 14th, 2005
House measure would target domestic abuseBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA local legislator is trying to mak...


So close: Ponies finish second
February 14th, 2005
So close: Ponies finish secondBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comBILLINGS - Scoring 244.5...


Two arrested in connection with homemade bombs
February 14th, 2005
Two arrested in connection with homemade bombsBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comTwo 16-year-old boys were arre...


LICE LANGEL obituary
February 14th, 2005
LICE LANGEL obituaryRUDYARD - Alice Camille (Chvilicek) Langel, 68, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at her daughter's home in Phoenix, Ariz.Vigil prayers will be 7 p.m. Fri...


CARROL OEDEWALDTobituary
February 14th, 2005
CARROL OEDEWALDTobituaryCarrol Louise Oedewaldt, 74, a bookkeeper and clerk from Shelby, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at her home due to natural causes.A funeral service was sched...


EDWARD OLSZEWSKI obituary
February 14th, 2005
EDWARD OLSZEWSKI obituaryEdward John Olszewski, 67, formerly of Hogeland and Colstrip, died Feb. 10, 2005, at Benefis East Healthcare due to natural causes.A funeral Mass was sched...


MATTHEW YATES IV obituary
February 14th, 2005
MATTHEW YATES IV obituary Matthew Tyson Yates IV, 26, of Havre died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at his residence. The cause of death is under investigation by the Hill County coroner's off...


Lights' late-game woes continue in two heartbreaking conference l...
February 14th, 2005
Lights' late-game woes continue in two heartbreaking conference lossesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.co...


Ponies crush Eagles, survive scare from Malta
February 14th, 2005
Ponies crush Eagles, survive scare from MaltaBy Harvey Brock & George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Ponies' team title hopes fall short
February 14th, 2005
Ponies' team title hopes fall short By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comBILLINGS - If...


Ponies salvage a split with tough win over Malta
February 14th, 2005
Ponies salvage a split with tough win over MaltaBy Harvey Brock & George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Valgardson helps Northern salvage conference split
February 14th, 2005
Valgardson helps Northern salvage conference splitBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comMegan Valg...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 14th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 14th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 14th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 14th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Beaver Creek Park may get its first official trail
February 14th, 2005
Beaver Creek Park may get its first official trailBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comWhen visitors com...


House measure would target domestic abuse
February 14th, 2005
House measure would target domestic abuseBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA local legislator is trying to mak...


So close: Ponies finish second
February 14th, 2005
So close: Ponies finish secondBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comBILLINGS - Scoring 244.5...


Two arrested in connection with homemade bombs
February 14th, 2005
Two arrested in connection with homemade bombsBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comTwo 16-year-old boys were arre...


LICE LANGEL obituary
February 14th, 2005
LICE LANGEL obituaryRUDYARD - Alice Camille (Chvilicek) Langel, 68, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at her daughter's home in Phoenix, Ariz.Vigil prayers will be 7 p.m. Fri...


CARROL OEDEWALDTobituary
February 14th, 2005
CARROL OEDEWALDTobituaryCarrol Louise Oedewaldt, 74, a bookkeeper and clerk from Shelby, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at her home due to natural causes.A funeral service was sched...


EDWARD OLSZEWSKI obituary
February 14th, 2005
EDWARD OLSZEWSKI obituaryEdward John Olszewski, 67, formerly of Hogeland and Colstrip, died Feb. 10, 2005, at Benefis East Healthcare due to natural causes.A funeral Mass was sched...


MATTHEW YATES IV obituary
February 14th, 2005
MATTHEW YATES IV obituary Matthew Tyson Yates IV, 26, of Havre died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at his residence. The cause of death is under investigation by the Hill County coroner's off...


Lights' late-game woes continue in two heartbreaking conference l...
February 14th, 2005
Lights' late-game woes continue in two heartbreaking conference lossesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.co...


Ponies crush Eagles, survive scare from Malta
February 14th, 2005
Ponies crush Eagles, survive scare from MaltaBy Harvey Brock & George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Ponies' team title hopes fall short
February 14th, 2005
Ponies' team title hopes fall short By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comBILLINGS - If...


Ponies salvage a split with tough win over Malta
February 14th, 2005
Ponies salvage a split with tough win over MaltaBy Harvey Brock & George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Valgardson helps Northern salvage conference split
February 14th, 2005
Valgardson helps Northern salvage conference splitBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comMegan Valg...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 14th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 14th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 14th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 14th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Beaver Creek Park may get its first official trail
February 14th, 2005
Beaver Creek Park may get its first official trailBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comWhen visitors com...


House measure would target domestic abuse
February 14th, 2005
House measure would target domestic abuseBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA local legislator is trying to mak...


So close: Ponies finish second
February 14th, 2005
So close: Ponies finish secondBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comBILLINGS - Scoring 244.5...


Two arrested in connection with homemade bombs
February 14th, 2005
Two arrested in connection with homemade bombsBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comTwo 16-year-old boys were arre...


LICE LANGEL obituary
February 14th, 2005
LICE LANGEL obituaryRUDYARD - Alice Camille (Chvilicek) Langel, 68, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at her daughter's home in Phoenix, Ariz.Vigil prayers will be 7 p.m. Fri...


CARROL OEDEWALDTobituary
February 14th, 2005
CARROL OEDEWALDTobituaryCarrol Louise Oedewaldt, 74, a bookkeeper and clerk from Shelby, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at her home due to natural causes.A funeral service was sched...


EDWARD OLSZEWSKI obituary
February 14th, 2005
EDWARD OLSZEWSKI obituaryEdward John Olszewski, 67, formerly of Hogeland and Colstrip, died Feb. 10, 2005, at Benefis East Healthcare due to natural causes.A funeral Mass was sched...


MATTHEW YATES IV obituary
February 14th, 2005
MATTHEW YATES IV obituary Matthew Tyson Yates IV, 26, of Havre died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at his residence. The cause of death is under investigation by the Hill County coroner's off...


Lights' late-game woes continue in two heartbreaking conference l...
February 14th, 2005
Lights' late-game woes continue in two heartbreaking conference lossesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.co...


Ponies crush Eagles, survive scare from Malta
February 14th, 2005
Ponies crush Eagles, survive scare from MaltaBy Harvey Brock & George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Ponies' team title hopes fall short
February 14th, 2005
Ponies' team title hopes fall short By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comBILLINGS - If...


Ponies salvage a split with tough win over Malta
February 14th, 2005
Ponies salvage a split with tough win over MaltaBy Harvey Brock & George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Valgardson helps Northern salvage conference split
February 14th, 2005
Valgardson helps Northern salvage conference splitBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comMegan Valg...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 11th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 11th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 11th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 11th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Box Elder students learn to play traditional games
February 11th, 2005
Box Elder students learn to play traditional gamesBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comFor many students...


Fort Belknap has a new president
February 11th, 2005
Fort Belknap has a new presidentBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Fort Belknap Indian Community C...


Governor comes to town
February 11th, 2005
Governor comes to townBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comMontana's governor pledged Thursday during the annu...


'Monologues' returns to Havre stage
February 11th, 2005
'Monologues' returns to Havre stageBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comAfter a very successful perform...


DONALD GONDEIRO obituary
February 11th, 2005
DONALD GONDEIRO obituaryDonald Andrew Gondeiro, 77, of Havre, a farmer, rancher and Army veteran, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, of natural causes at Peace Hospice in Great Falls.Vi...


MARIE VANDER VEN obituary
February 11th, 2005
MARIE VANDER VEN obituaryMarie Vander Ven, 96, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday at St....


Lights happy to return home to face Carroll, Rocky
February 11th, 2005
Lights happy to return home to face Carroll, RockyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Montan...


Ponies take on top-ranked Lewistown, host talented Malta
February 11th, 2005
Ponies take on top-ranked Lewistown, host talented MaltaBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAlt...


Skylights face No. 17 Carroll, Rocky in key games
February 11th, 2005
Skylights face No. 17 Carroll, Rocky in key gamesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThere is so...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 11th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 11th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 11th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 11th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Box Elder students learn to play traditional games
February 11th, 2005
Box Elder students learn to play traditional gamesBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comFor many students...


Fort Belknap has a new president
February 11th, 2005
Fort Belknap has a new presidentBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Fort Belknap Indian Community C...


Governor comes to town
February 11th, 2005
Governor comes to townBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comMontana's governor pledged Thursday during the annu...


'Monologues' returns to Havre stage
February 11th, 2005
'Monologues' returns to Havre stageBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comAfter a very successful perform...


DONALD GONDEIRO obituary
February 11th, 2005
DONALD GONDEIRO obituaryDonald Andrew Gondeiro, 77, of Havre, a farmer, rancher and Army veteran, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, of natural causes at Peace Hospice in Great Falls.Vi...


MARIE VANDER VEN obituary
February 11th, 2005
MARIE VANDER VEN obituaryMarie Vander Ven, 96, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday at St....


Lights happy to return home to face Carroll, Rocky
February 11th, 2005
Lights happy to return home to face Carroll, RockyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Montan...


Ponies take on top-ranked Lewistown, host talented Malta
February 11th, 2005
Ponies take on top-ranked Lewistown, host talented MaltaBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAlt...


Skylights face No. 17 Carroll, Rocky in key games
February 11th, 2005
Skylights face No. 17 Carroll, Rocky in key gamesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThere is so...


Tester: Bill meant to protect patients
February 11th, 2005
Tester: Bill meant to protect patients"Pharmaceutical drugs are not corn flakes." So said Anthony Wisniewski, a lawyer testifying Wednesday on behalf of Pharmaceutical Research and...


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 11th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 11th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo Karate
February 11th, 2005
Brien's Cha-3 Kenpo KarateBy Larry KlineThere is a place where Havre residents can go to exercise, have fun and learn how to defend themselves: Brien's CHA-3 Kenpo Karate. Mar...


Box Elder students learn to play traditional games
February 11th, 2005
Box Elder students learn to play traditional gamesBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comFor many students...


Fort Belknap has a new president
February 11th, 2005
Fort Belknap has a new presidentBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Fort Belknap Indian Community C...


Governor comes to town
February 11th, 2005
Governor comes to townBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comMontana's governor pledged Thursday during the annu...


'Monologues' returns to Havre stage
February 11th, 2005
'Monologues' returns to Havre stageBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comAfter a very successful perform...


DONALD GONDEIRO obituary
February 11th, 2005
DONALD GONDEIRO obituaryDonald Andrew Gondeiro, 77, of Havre, a farmer, rancher and Army veteran, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, of natural causes at Peace Hospice in Great Falls.Vi...


MARIE VANDER VEN obituary
February 11th, 2005
MARIE VANDER VEN obituaryMarie Vander Ven, 96, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at Northern Montana Care Center of natural causes.A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday at St....


Lights happy to return home to face Carroll, Rocky
February 11th, 2005
Lights happy to return home to face Carroll, RockyBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Montan...


Ponies take on top-ranked Lewistown, host talented Malta
February 11th, 2005
Ponies take on top-ranked Lewistown, host talented MaltaBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAlt...


Skylights face No. 17 Carroll, Rocky in key games
February 11th, 2005
Skylights face No. 17 Carroll, Rocky in key gamesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThere is so...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 10th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 10th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 10th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 10th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Council members back e-911 plan
February 10th, 2005
Council members back e-911 planBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA Havre City Council committee wants the city...


Not everyone likes new Great Northern Fair dates
February 10th, 2005
Not everyone likes new Great Northern Fair datesBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comBlaine County Fair...


HPS looking to lawmakers to prevent drastic cuts
February 10th, 2005
HPS looking to lawmakers to prevent drastic cutsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe enrollment numb...


Judge rules against Kafkas in game farm suit
February 10th, 2005
Judge rules against Kafkas in game farm suitBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA state District Court judge ruled...


GEORGE KATO obituary
February 10th, 2005
GEORGE KATO obituaryGeorge Kato, 78, of Great Falls, a retired warehouse manager, died of natural causes Monday, Feb. 7, 2005, at a Great Falls hospital.A funeral Mass will be held...


Lights crush Argos to complete season sweep
February 10th, 2005
Lights crush Argos to complete season sweepBy Ryan DivishHavre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comAny hopes that Uni...


Ponies eye Class A wrestling title
February 10th, 2005
Ponies eye Class A wrestling titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAll of the dieting, all o...


HHS swim team on a title mission
February 10th, 2005
HHS swim team on a title missionBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Havre High swim team has...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 10th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 10th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 10th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 10th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Council members back e-911 plan
February 10th, 2005
Council members back e-911 planBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA Havre City Council committee wants the city...


Not everyone likes new Great Northern Fair dates
February 10th, 2005
Not everyone likes new Great Northern Fair datesBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comBlaine County Fair...


HPS looking to lawmakers to prevent drastic cuts
February 10th, 2005
HPS looking to lawmakers to prevent drastic cutsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe enrollment numb...


Judge rules against Kafkas in game farm suit
February 10th, 2005
Judge rules against Kafkas in game farm suitBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA state District Court judge ruled...


GEORGE KATO obituary
February 10th, 2005
GEORGE KATO obituaryGeorge Kato, 78, of Great Falls, a retired warehouse manager, died of natural causes Monday, Feb. 7, 2005, at a Great Falls hospital.A funeral Mass will be held...


Lights crush Argos to complete season sweep
February 10th, 2005
Lights crush Argos to complete season sweepBy Ryan DivishHavre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comAny hopes that Uni...


Ponies eye Class A wrestling title
February 10th, 2005
Ponies eye Class A wrestling titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAll of the dieting, all o...


HHS swim team on a title mission
February 10th, 2005
HHS swim team on a title missionBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Havre High swim team has...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 10th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 10th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 10th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 10th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Council members back e-911 plan
February 10th, 2005
Council members back e-911 planBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA Havre City Council committee wants the city...


Not everyone likes new Great Northern Fair dates
February 10th, 2005
Not everyone likes new Great Northern Fair datesBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comBlaine County Fair...


HPS looking to lawmakers to prevent drastic cuts
February 10th, 2005
HPS looking to lawmakers to prevent drastic cutsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe enrollment numb...


Judge rules against Kafkas in game farm suit
February 10th, 2005
Judge rules against Kafkas in game farm suitBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA state District Court judge ruled...


GEORGE KATO obituary
February 10th, 2005
GEORGE KATO obituaryGeorge Kato, 78, of Great Falls, a retired warehouse manager, died of natural causes Monday, Feb. 7, 2005, at a Great Falls hospital.A funeral Mass will be held...


Lights crush Argos to complete season sweep
February 10th, 2005
Lights crush Argos to complete season sweepBy Ryan DivishHavre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comAny hopes that Uni...


Ponies eye Class A wrestling title
February 10th, 2005
Ponies eye Class A wrestling titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAll of the dieting, all o...


HHS swim team on a title mission
February 10th, 2005
HHS swim team on a title missionBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comThe Havre High swim team has...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 9th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 9th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 9th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 9th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Chief: House fire ignited by cigarette
February 9th, 2005
Chief: House fire ignited by cigaretteBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA fire that caused extensive damage Sa...


Heritage Center bid considered too low
February 9th, 2005
Heritage Center bid considered too lowBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe lone bid received by the city for...


MSU-Northern scaling back programs
February 9th, 2005
MSU-Northern scaling back programsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comMontana State University-Northern...


Senator drops new push for 4-lane
February 9th, 2005
Senator drops new push for 4-laneBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - A Glasgow lawmaker pushing for expansion of U.S. Highway 2 as a means of sparking economic growth...


EARL KARDELL obituary
February 9th, 2005
EARL KARDELL obituaryHARLOWTON - Earl Wesley Kardell, 69, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at Wheatland Memorial Hospital in Harlowton due to cancer.No services planned at this ti...


JOHN NORBERG obituary
February 9th, 2005
JOHN NORBERG obituaryCHINOOK/LIBBY - John Melvin Norberg Jr., 67, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, of heart failure in Kalispell.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday a...


Ice Hawk Midgets sweep Salmon, knock off Great Falls
February 9th, 2005
Ice Hawk Midgets sweep Salmon, knock off Great FallsBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIf you&#...


Lights face UGF in final home action of season
February 9th, 2005
Lights face UGF in final home action of seasonBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou really can...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 9th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 9th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 9th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 9th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Chief: House fire ignited by cigarette
February 9th, 2005
Chief: House fire ignited by cigaretteBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA fire that caused extensive damage Sa...


Heritage Center bid considered too low
February 9th, 2005
Heritage Center bid considered too lowBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe lone bid received by the city for...


MSU-Northern scaling back programs
February 9th, 2005
MSU-Northern scaling back programsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comMontana State University-Northern...


Senator drops new push for 4-lane
February 9th, 2005
Senator drops new push for 4-laneBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - A Glasgow lawmaker pushing for expansion of U.S. Highway 2 as a means of sparking economic growth...


EARL KARDELL obituary
February 9th, 2005
EARL KARDELL obituaryHARLOWTON - Earl Wesley Kardell, 69, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at Wheatland Memorial Hospital in Harlowton due to cancer.No services planned at this ti...


JOHN NORBERG obituary
February 9th, 2005
JOHN NORBERG obituaryCHINOOK/LIBBY - John Melvin Norberg Jr., 67, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, of heart failure in Kalispell.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday a...


Ice Hawk Midgets sweep Salmon, knock off Great Falls
February 9th, 2005
Ice Hawk Midgets sweep Salmon, knock off Great FallsBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIf you&#...


Lights face UGF in final home action of season
February 9th, 2005
Lights face UGF in final home action of seasonBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou really can...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 9th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commodities
February 9th, 2005
For many farmers, marketing clubs are hot commoditiesBy BECKY BOHRER/Associated Press WriterBILLINGS - Once a month, Phil Ferda gets away from his north-central Montana grain...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 9th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 9th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Chief: House fire ignited by cigarette
February 9th, 2005
Chief: House fire ignited by cigaretteBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA fire that caused extensive damage Sa...


Heritage Center bid considered too low
February 9th, 2005
Heritage Center bid considered too lowBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe lone bid received by the city for...


MSU-Northern scaling back programs
February 9th, 2005
MSU-Northern scaling back programsBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comMontana State University-Northern...


Senator drops new push for 4-lane
February 9th, 2005
Senator drops new push for 4-laneBy BOB ANEZ/Associated Press WriterHELENA - A Glasgow lawmaker pushing for expansion of U.S. Highway 2 as a means of sparking economic growth...


EARL KARDELL obituary
February 9th, 2005
EARL KARDELL obituaryHARLOWTON - Earl Wesley Kardell, 69, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at Wheatland Memorial Hospital in Harlowton due to cancer.No services planned at this ti...


JOHN NORBERG obituary
February 9th, 2005
JOHN NORBERG obituaryCHINOOK/LIBBY - John Melvin Norberg Jr., 67, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, of heart failure in Kalispell.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday a...


Ice Hawk Midgets sweep Salmon, knock off Great Falls
February 9th, 2005
Ice Hawk Midgets sweep Salmon, knock off Great FallsBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comIf you&#...


Lights face UGF in final home action of season
February 9th, 2005
Lights face UGF in final home action of seasonBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comYou really can...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 8th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 8th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 8th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 8th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Fair dates will change in 2006
February 8th, 2005
Fair dates will change in 2006By Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Great Northern Fair Board has cha...


Group will study locations for special events center
February 8th, 2005
Group will study locations for special events centerBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA committee looking into b...


Rudyard sewer upgrade possibly in line for funding
February 8th, 2005
Rudyard sewer upgrade possibly in line for fundingBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comRudyard residents...


Water project debate will go to the public
February 8th, 2005
Water project debate will go to the publicBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre City Council wants to h...


EARL KARDELL obituary
February 8th, 2005
EARL KARDELL obituaryHARLOWTON - Earl Wesley Kardell, 69, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at Wheatland Memorial Hospital in Harlowton due to cancer.No services planned at this ti...


JOHN NORBERG obituary
February 8th, 2005
JOHN NORBERG obituaryCHINOOK/LIBBY - John Melvin Norberg Jr., 67, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, of heart failure in Kalispell.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday a...


Morning Stars secure 9C regular season title; T-Birds win two
February 8th, 2005
Morning Stars secure 9C regular season title; T-Birds win twoBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Rocky Boy clinches 9C regular season title
February 8th, 2005
Rocky Boy clinches 9C regular season titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAs we approach th...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 8th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 8th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 8th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 8th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Fair dates will change in 2006
February 8th, 2005
Fair dates will change in 2006By Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Great Northern Fair Board has cha...


Group will study locations for special events center
February 8th, 2005
Group will study locations for special events centerBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA committee looking into b...


Rudyard sewer upgrade possibly in line for funding
February 8th, 2005
Rudyard sewer upgrade possibly in line for fundingBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comRudyard residents...


Water project debate will go to the public
February 8th, 2005
Water project debate will go to the publicBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre City Council wants to h...


EARL KARDELL obituary
February 8th, 2005
EARL KARDELL obituaryHARLOWTON - Earl Wesley Kardell, 69, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at Wheatland Memorial Hospital in Harlowton due to cancer.No services planned at this ti...


JOHN NORBERG obituary
February 8th, 2005
JOHN NORBERG obituaryCHINOOK/LIBBY - John Melvin Norberg Jr., 67, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, of heart failure in Kalispell.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday a...


Morning Stars secure 9C regular season title; T-Birds win two
February 8th, 2005
Morning Stars secure 9C regular season title; T-Birds win twoBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Rocky Boy clinches 9C regular season title
February 8th, 2005
Rocky Boy clinches 9C regular season titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAs we approach th...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 8th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 8th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quit
February 8th, 2005
At $1 more a pack, it's a good time to quitBy the HELP Committee and Havre Public Schools If you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, it is likely you are now spending sig...


Artful Communication
February 8th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Fair dates will change in 2006
February 8th, 2005
Fair dates will change in 2006By Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comThe Great Northern Fair Board has cha...


Group will study locations for special events center
February 8th, 2005
Group will study locations for special events centerBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comA committee looking into b...


Rudyard sewer upgrade possibly in line for funding
February 8th, 2005
Rudyard sewer upgrade possibly in line for fundingBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comRudyard residents...


Water project debate will go to the public
February 8th, 2005
Water project debate will go to the publicBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre City Council wants to h...


EARL KARDELL obituary
February 8th, 2005
EARL KARDELL obituaryHARLOWTON - Earl Wesley Kardell, 69, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at Wheatland Memorial Hospital in Harlowton due to cancer.No services planned at this ti...


JOHN NORBERG obituary
February 8th, 2005
JOHN NORBERG obituaryCHINOOK/LIBBY - John Melvin Norberg Jr., 67, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, of heart failure in Kalispell.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday a...


Morning Stars secure 9C regular season title; T-Birds win two
February 8th, 2005
Morning Stars secure 9C regular season title; T-Birds win twoBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Rocky Boy clinches 9C regular season title
February 8th, 2005
Rocky Boy clinches 9C regular season titleBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comAs we approach th...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 7th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 7th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Artful Communication
February 7th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Fire leaves family homeless
February 7th, 2005
Fire leaves family homelessBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA dog possibly saved a Havre man's life on S...


Havre City Council takes up water project tonight
February 7th, 2005
Havre City Council takes up water project tonightBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comTonight the Havre City Coun...


New Highway 2 bill gets Senate hearing on Tuesday
February 7th, 2005
New Highway 2 bill gets Senate hearing on TuesdayBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe new director of the Monta...


L&C exhibit set for Rocky Boy
February 7th, 2005
L&C exhibit set for Rocky BoyBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comVisitors to Rocky Boy's Indian Re...


ROBERT DAFOE obituary
February 7th, 2005
ROBERT DAFOE obituaryROBERT DAFOE obituary Robert W. "Wayne" Dafoe, 86, of Chester died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at Liberty County Nursing Home in Chester.A fune...


J. MARIE HAVSKJOLD obituary
February 7th, 2005
J. MARIE HAVSKJOLD obituaryJ. Marie Havskjold, 96, of Minot, N.D., died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at a Minot nursing home. A funeral service was held Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul&#...


ETHEL WARD obituary
February 7th, 2005
ETHEL WARD obituary Ethel Charlotte Ward, 94, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at the Northern Montana Care Center.A memorial service was scheduled for 11 a.m. today at Holland & Bonin...


Cold-shooting, missed free throws hamper Lights in back-to-back road l...
February 7th, 2005
Cold-shooting, missed free throws hamper Lights in back-to-back road lossesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.co...


Domination: Ponies rule Central A
February 7th, 2005
Domination: Ponies rule Central ABy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe 2005 Central A wrestli...


Hot-shooting Maroons christen new gym with win over Ponies
February 7th, 2005
Hot-shooting Maroons christen new gym with win over PoniesBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comS...


Ponies clinch third straight Central A regular season title
February 7th, 2005
Ponies clinch third straight Central A regular season title By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Reome's shooting leads Skylights past Tech; Bulldogs get revenge
February 7th, 2005
Reome's shooting leads Skylights past Tech; Bulldogs get revengeBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 7th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 7th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Artful Communication
February 7th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Fire leaves family homeless
February 7th, 2005
Fire leaves family homelessBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA dog possibly saved a Havre man's life on S...


Havre City Council takes up water project tonight
February 7th, 2005
Havre City Council takes up water project tonightBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comTonight the Havre City Coun...


New Highway 2 bill gets Senate hearing on Tuesday
February 7th, 2005
New Highway 2 bill gets Senate hearing on TuesdayBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe new director of the Monta...


L&C exhibit set for Rocky Boy
February 7th, 2005
L&C exhibit set for Rocky BoyBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comVisitors to Rocky Boy's Indian Re...


ROBERT DAFOE obituary
February 7th, 2005
ROBERT DAFOE obituaryROBERT DAFOE obituary Robert W. "Wayne" Dafoe, 86, of Chester died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at Liberty County Nursing Home in Chester.A fune...


J. MARIE HAVSKJOLD obituary
February 7th, 2005
J. MARIE HAVSKJOLD obituaryJ. Marie Havskjold, 96, of Minot, N.D., died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at a Minot nursing home. A funeral service was held Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul&#...


ETHEL WARD obituary
February 7th, 2005
ETHEL WARD obituary Ethel Charlotte Ward, 94, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at the Northern Montana Care Center.A memorial service was scheduled for 11 a.m. today at Holland & Bonin...


Cold-shooting, missed free throws hamper Lights in back-to-back road l...
February 7th, 2005
Cold-shooting, missed free throws hamper Lights in back-to-back road lossesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.co...


Domination: Ponies rule Central A
February 7th, 2005
Domination: Ponies rule Central ABy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe 2005 Central A wrestli...


Hot-shooting Maroons christen new gym with win over Ponies
February 7th, 2005
Hot-shooting Maroons christen new gym with win over PoniesBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comS...


Ponies clinch third straight Central A regular season title
February 7th, 2005
Ponies clinch third straight Central A regular season title By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Reome's shooting leads Skylights past Tech; Bulldogs get revenge
February 7th, 2005
Reome's shooting leads Skylights past Tech; Bulldogs get revengeBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 7th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 7th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Artful Communication
February 7th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


Fire leaves family homeless
February 7th, 2005
Fire leaves family homelessBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA dog possibly saved a Havre man's life on S...


Havre City Council takes up water project tonight
February 7th, 2005
Havre City Council takes up water project tonightBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comTonight the Havre City Coun...


New Highway 2 bill gets Senate hearing on Tuesday
February 7th, 2005
New Highway 2 bill gets Senate hearing on TuesdayBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe new director of the Monta...


L&C exhibit set for Rocky Boy
February 7th, 2005
L&C exhibit set for Rocky BoyBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comVisitors to Rocky Boy's Indian Re...


ROBERT DAFOE obituary
February 7th, 2005
ROBERT DAFOE obituaryROBERT DAFOE obituary Robert W. "Wayne" Dafoe, 86, of Chester died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at Liberty County Nursing Home in Chester.A fune...


J. MARIE HAVSKJOLD obituary
February 7th, 2005
J. MARIE HAVSKJOLD obituaryJ. Marie Havskjold, 96, of Minot, N.D., died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at a Minot nursing home. A funeral service was held Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul&#...


ETHEL WARD obituary
February 7th, 2005
ETHEL WARD obituary Ethel Charlotte Ward, 94, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005, at the Northern Montana Care Center.A memorial service was scheduled for 11 a.m. today at Holland & Bonin...


Cold-shooting, missed free throws hamper Lights in back-to-back road l...
February 7th, 2005
Cold-shooting, missed free throws hamper Lights in back-to-back road lossesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.co...


Domination: Ponies rule Central A
February 7th, 2005
Domination: Ponies rule Central ABy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe 2005 Central A wrestli...


Hot-shooting Maroons christen new gym with win over Ponies
February 7th, 2005
Hot-shooting Maroons christen new gym with win over PoniesBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comS...


Ponies clinch third straight Central A regular season title
February 7th, 2005
Ponies clinch third straight Central A regular season title By George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.com


Reome's shooting leads Skylights past Tech; Bulldogs get revenge
February 7th, 2005
Reome's shooting leads Skylights past Tech; Bulldogs get revengeBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 4th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 4th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Artful Communication
February 4th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


E-911 forum is well-attended
February 4th, 2005
E-911 forum is well-attendedBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comCounty officials held a forum Thursday...


Elders honored for helping keep native language, traditions alive
February 4th, 2005
Elders honored for helping keep native language, traditions aliveBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comTh...


Area residents thrilled to see the president
February 4th, 2005
Area residents thrilled to see the presidentBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA number of Havre residents made...


ERROL FISHER obituary
February 4th, 2005
ERROL FISHER obituaryBIG SANDY - Errol Ben "Skip" Fisher, 58, of Box Elder died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at Billings.No services are planned.Skip grew up in...


Host Ponies favored in Central A divisional
February 4th, 2005
Host Ponies favored in Central A divisionalBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comWhen you mention...


Lights looking for first Frontier Conference road win against Tech, UM...
February 4th, 2005
Lights looking for first Frontier Conference road win against Tech, UM-WesternBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews...


Pony boys and girls teams face Maroons
February 4th, 2005
Pony boys and girls teams face MaroonsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comA lot is at stake for...


Newly-ranked Skylights look to continue winning ways in road games
February 4th, 2005
Newly-ranked Skylights look to continue winning ways in road gamesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 4th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 4th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Artful Communication
February 4th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


E-911 forum is well-attended
February 4th, 2005
E-911 forum is well-attendedBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comCounty officials held a forum Thursday...


Elders honored for helping keep native language, traditions alive
February 4th, 2005
Elders honored for helping keep native language, traditions aliveBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comTh...


Area residents thrilled to see the president
February 4th, 2005
Area residents thrilled to see the presidentBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA number of Havre residents made...


ERROL FISHER obituary
February 4th, 2005
ERROL FISHER obituaryBIG SANDY - Errol Ben "Skip" Fisher, 58, of Box Elder died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at Billings.No services are planned.Skip grew up in...


Host Ponies favored in Central A divisional
February 4th, 2005
Host Ponies favored in Central A divisionalBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comWhen you mention...


Lights looking for first Frontier Conference road win against Tech, UM...
February 4th, 2005
Lights looking for first Frontier Conference road win against Tech, UM-WesternBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews...


Pony boys and girls teams face Maroons
February 4th, 2005
Pony boys and girls teams face MaroonsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comA lot is at stake for...


Newly-ranked Skylights look to continue winning ways in road games
February 4th, 2005
Newly-ranked Skylights look to continue winning ways in road gamesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 4th, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 4th, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Artful Communication
February 4th, 2005
Artful CommunicationBy Tim LeedsArtwork featured in a 2005 calendar - including works by two local artists - is now adorning the walls of Art in the Atrium.All...


E-911 forum is well-attended
February 4th, 2005
E-911 forum is well-attendedBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comCounty officials held a forum Thursday...


Elders honored for helping keep native language, traditions alive
February 4th, 2005
Elders honored for helping keep native language, traditions aliveBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comTh...


Area residents thrilled to see the president
February 4th, 2005
Area residents thrilled to see the presidentBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comA number of Havre residents made...


ERROL FISHER obituary
February 4th, 2005
ERROL FISHER obituaryBIG SANDY - Errol Ben "Skip" Fisher, 58, of Box Elder died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at Billings.No services are planned.Skip grew up in...


Host Ponies favored in Central A divisional
February 4th, 2005
Host Ponies favored in Central A divisionalBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comWhen you mention...


Lights looking for first Frontier Conference road win against Tech, UM...
February 4th, 2005
Lights looking for first Frontier Conference road win against Tech, UM-WesternBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews...


Pony boys and girls teams face Maroons
February 4th, 2005
Pony boys and girls teams face MaroonsBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comA lot is at stake for...


Newly-ranked Skylights look to continue winning ways in road games
February 4th, 2005
Newly-ranked Skylights look to continue winning ways in road gamesBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.com


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 3rd, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 3rd, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 3rd, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


Council members disagree about e-911 center
February 3rd, 2005
Council members disagree about e-911 centerBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comHavre City Council members have m...


President takes aim at Amtrak
February 3rd, 2005
President takes aim at AmtrakBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comPresident Bush plans to cut funding next year for...


ALECK SCHNURR obituary
February 3rd, 2005
ALECK SCHNURR obituaryGREAT FALLS - Aleck F. Schnurr, 86, former Havre resident, died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at a Great Falls rest home of natural causes.A memorial service w...


PHIL YATES obituary
February 3rd, 2005
PHIL YATES obituaryGREAT FALLS - Phil A. Yates, 84, died Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, at a Great Falls hospital of natural causes.A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturd...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 3rd, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 3rd, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 3rd, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


Council members disagree about e-911 center
February 3rd, 2005
Council members disagree about e-911 centerBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comHavre City Council members have m...


President takes aim at Amtrak
February 3rd, 2005
President takes aim at AmtrakBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comPresident Bush plans to cut funding next year for...


ALECK SCHNURR obituary
February 3rd, 2005
ALECK SCHNURR obituaryGREAT FALLS - Aleck F. Schnurr, 86, former Havre resident, died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at a Great Falls rest home of natural causes.A memorial service w...


PHIL YATES obituary
February 3rd, 2005
PHIL YATES obituaryGREAT FALLS - Phil A. Yates, 84, died Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, at a Great Falls hospital of natural causes.A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturd...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 3rd, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 3rd, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 3rd, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


Council members disagree about e-911 center
February 3rd, 2005
Council members disagree about e-911 centerBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comHavre City Council members have m...


President takes aim at Amtrak
February 3rd, 2005
President takes aim at AmtrakBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comPresident Bush plans to cut funding next year for...


ALECK SCHNURR obituary
February 3rd, 2005
ALECK SCHNURR obituaryGREAT FALLS - Aleck F. Schnurr, 86, former Havre resident, died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at a Great Falls rest home of natural causes.A memorial service w...


PHIL YATES obituary
February 3rd, 2005
PHIL YATES obituaryGREAT FALLS - Phil A. Yates, 84, died Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, at a Great Falls hospital of natural causes.A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturd...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 2nd, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 2nd, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 2nd, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


County attorney: No charges will be filed against Havre mayor
February 2nd, 2005
County attorney: No charges will be filed against Havre mayorBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe Hill County A...


Snow groomer will improve 'cheap and deep' experience
February 2nd, 2005
Snow groomer will improve 'cheap and deep' experienceBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comIf y...


ALBERT ROBERTS obituary
February 2nd, 2005
ALBERT ROBERTS obituaryAlbert "Bert" F. Roberts, 66, died Monday, Jan. 31, 2005, in Kennewick, Wash., due to cancer.A funeral service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the Fift...


ESTHER SHEETS obituary
February 2nd, 2005
ESTHER SHEETS obituaryCHINOOK - Esther M. Sheets, 84, died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at the Billings Grand Park AssistedLiving, where she had been a resi-dent since Oct...


HHS swimmers fare well in Helena
February 2nd, 2005
HHS swimmers fare well in HelenaBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comFor the Havre High swim team...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 2nd, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 2nd, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 2nd, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


County attorney: No charges will be filed against Havre mayor
February 2nd, 2005
County attorney: No charges will be filed against Havre mayorBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe Hill County A...


Snow groomer will improve 'cheap and deep' experience
February 2nd, 2005
Snow groomer will improve 'cheap and deep' experienceBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comIf y...


ALBERT ROBERTS obituary
February 2nd, 2005
ALBERT ROBERTS obituaryAlbert "Bert" F. Roberts, 66, died Monday, Jan. 31, 2005, in Kennewick, Wash., due to cancer.A funeral service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the Fift...


ESTHER SHEETS obituary
February 2nd, 2005
ESTHER SHEETS obituaryCHINOOK - Esther M. Sheets, 84, died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at the Billings Grand Park AssistedLiving, where she had been a resi-dent since Oct...


HHS swimmers fare well in Helena
February 2nd, 2005
HHS swimmers fare well in HelenaBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comFor the Havre High swim team...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 2nd, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milk
February 2nd, 2005
Project tries to boost anti-carcinogen in cows' milkBy MARK JOHNSON/Associated Press WriterALBANY, N.Y. - Cornell University researchers are trying to boost the level of...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 2nd, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


County attorney: No charges will be filed against Havre mayor
February 2nd, 2005
County attorney: No charges will be filed against Havre mayorBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comThe Hill County A...


Snow groomer will improve 'cheap and deep' experience
February 2nd, 2005
Snow groomer will improve 'cheap and deep' experienceBy Ellen Thompson/Havre Daily News/ethompson@havredailynews.comIf y...


ALBERT ROBERTS obituary
February 2nd, 2005
ALBERT ROBERTS obituaryAlbert "Bert" F. Roberts, 66, died Monday, Jan. 31, 2005, in Kennewick, Wash., due to cancer.A funeral service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the Fift...


ESTHER SHEETS obituary
February 2nd, 2005
ESTHER SHEETS obituaryCHINOOK - Esther M. Sheets, 84, died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005, at the Billings Grand Park AssistedLiving, where she had been a resi-dent since Oct...


HHS swimmers fare well in Helena
February 2nd, 2005
HHS swimmers fare well in HelenaBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comFor the Havre High swim team...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 1st, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


MSU tries to avert sheep shearer shortage
February 1st, 2005
MSU tries to avert sheep shearer shortageBy Evelyn Boswell/MSU News ServiceBOZEMAN - Kristin McRae recently drove 350 miles to Bozeman to learn how to shear sheep.&q...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 1st, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


Bill provides way for treating water at Zortman-Landusky
February 1st, 2005
Bill provides way for treating water at Zortman-LanduskyBy SUSAN GALLAGHER/Associated Press WriterHELENA - Montana is overdue in figuring out a way to pay for long-term treatm...


City needs more money for skate park
February 1st, 2005
City needs more money for skate parkBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre Community Skate Park may be op...


County to take its e-911 case to the public
February 1st, 2005
County to take its e-911 case to the publicBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comHill County is inviting residents &...


CLYDE POUNDS obituary
February 1st, 2005
CLYDE POUNDS obituaryMINOT, N.D. - Clyde J. Pounds, of Minot, N.D., died Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005, at a Minot hospital.A funeral was held Monday morning at Thompson-Larson Fune...


MARJORIE WILSON obituary
February 1st, 2005
MARJORIE WILSON obituaryMarjorie Wilson, 74, died Jan. 27, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook due to natural causes.A funeral service will be held Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2...


Chinook upsets Malta, Blue Sky/J-I defeats Chester
February 1st, 2005
Chinook upsets Malta, Blue Sky/J-I defeats ChesterBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comWith distr...


NCAA Division I schools knock off Northern wrestlers
February 1st, 2005
NCAA Division I schools knock off Northern wrestlersBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comSometime...


Rocky Boy remains atop 9C, T-Birds knock off KG
February 1st, 2005
Rocky Boy remains atop 9C, T-Birds knock off KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe final we...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 1st, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


MSU tries to avert sheep shearer shortage
February 1st, 2005
MSU tries to avert sheep shearer shortageBy Evelyn Boswell/MSU News ServiceBOZEMAN - Kristin McRae recently drove 350 miles to Bozeman to learn how to shear sheep.&q...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 1st, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


Bill provides way for treating water at Zortman-Landusky
February 1st, 2005
Bill provides way for treating water at Zortman-LanduskyBy SUSAN GALLAGHER/Associated Press WriterHELENA - Montana is overdue in figuring out a way to pay for long-term treatm...


City needs more money for skate park
February 1st, 2005
City needs more money for skate parkBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre Community Skate Park may be op...


County to take its e-911 case to the public
February 1st, 2005
County to take its e-911 case to the publicBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comHill County is inviting residents &...


CLYDE POUNDS obituary
February 1st, 2005
CLYDE POUNDS obituaryMINOT, N.D. - Clyde J. Pounds, of Minot, N.D., died Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005, at a Minot hospital.A funeral was held Monday morning at Thompson-Larson Fune...


MARJORIE WILSON obituary
February 1st, 2005
MARJORIE WILSON obituaryMarjorie Wilson, 74, died Jan. 27, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook due to natural causes.A funeral service will be held Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2...


Chinook upsets Malta, Blue Sky/J-I defeats Chester
February 1st, 2005
Chinook upsets Malta, Blue Sky/J-I defeats ChesterBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comWith distr...


NCAA Division I schools knock off Northern wrestlers
February 1st, 2005
NCAA Division I schools knock off Northern wrestlersBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comSometime...


Rocky Boy remains atop 9C, T-Birds knock off KG
February 1st, 2005
Rocky Boy remains atop 9C, T-Birds knock off KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe final we...


Border should remain closed to Canadian cattle
February 1st, 2005
Border should remain closed to Canadian cattleThe disclosure that a third Canadian cow has tested positive for mad cow disease should necessitate that the planned March 7 reopening of the U....


MSU tries to avert sheep shearer shortage
February 1st, 2005
MSU tries to avert sheep shearer shortageBy Evelyn Boswell/MSU News ServiceBOZEMAN - Kristin McRae recently drove 350 miles to Bozeman to learn how to shear sheep.&q...


Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtis
February 1st, 2005
Perter Bowen: Writes about mysteries & mtisBy Alan SorensenIt may be hackneyed, but it's true: The stories in the Gabriel Du Pr Montana Mystery series could have been wrenched...


Bill provides way for treating water at Zortman-Landusky
February 1st, 2005
Bill provides way for treating water at Zortman-LanduskyBy SUSAN GALLAGHER/Associated Press WriterHELENA - Montana is overdue in figuring out a way to pay for long-term treatm...


City needs more money for skate park
February 1st, 2005
City needs more money for skate parkBy Larry Kline/Havre Daily News/lkline@havredailynews.comThe Havre Community Skate Park may be op...


County to take its e-911 case to the public
February 1st, 2005
County to take its e-911 case to the publicBy Tim Leeds/Havre Daily News/tleeds@havredailynews.comHill County is inviting residents &...


CLYDE POUNDS obituary
February 1st, 2005
CLYDE POUNDS obituaryMINOT, N.D. - Clyde J. Pounds, of Minot, N.D., died Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005, at a Minot hospital.A funeral was held Monday morning at Thompson-Larson Fune...


MARJORIE WILSON obituary
February 1st, 2005
MARJORIE WILSON obituaryMarjorie Wilson, 74, died Jan. 27, 2005, at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook due to natural causes.A funeral service will be held Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2...


Chinook upsets Malta, Blue Sky/J-I defeats Chester
February 1st, 2005
Chinook upsets Malta, Blue Sky/J-I defeats ChesterBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comWith distr...


NCAA Division I schools knock off Northern wrestlers
February 1st, 2005
NCAA Division I schools knock off Northern wrestlersBy Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editor/rdivish@havredailynews.comSometime...


Rocky Boy remains atop 9C, T-Birds knock off KG
February 1st, 2005
Rocky Boy remains atop 9C, T-Birds knock off KGBy George Ferguson/Havre Daily News Sports/gferguson@havredailynews.comThe final we...





 

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