Havre Daily News

The Havre Daily News is an afternoon newspaper printed in Havre, Montana, US. The paper also serves the Hi-Line of north-central Montana, named for the northernmost line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, originally built by the Great Northern Railway.

Havre Daily News
TypeAfternoon daily newspaper
Owner(s)Grand Teton News
HeadquartersHavre, Montana

The paper was established in 1914. It has a full online edition by subscription, as well as a website, Instagram, Twitter account and Facebook page. Its circulation is 3,500 papers daily, published Monday through Friday.

In 2011, Stacy Mantle succeeded Martin Cody as publisher of the Havre Daily News. Its managing editor is Tim Leeds.

Its newsroom staff consists of George Ferguson, Pam Burke, Colin Thompson, Derek Hann and Rachel Jameison[1]. [2]


  1. News, Havre Daily. "Havre Daily News Homepage". Havre Daily News. Retrieved 2019-10-12.
  2. http://www.havredailynews.com/about

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