The Havre Herald is an online news organization that publishes news about Montana’s Hi-Line region.
The Herald aims to publish hard news stories about issues and topics that impact Montanan lives.
The organization was founded by Paul Dragu and Teresa Webber Dragu, who moved to Big Sky Country for different reasons but have come to love this spacious, traffic-less prairie paradise all the same.
Meet The Herald Team
Editor-in-chief Paul Dragu spent years as a general assignment reporter for Havre Daily News before co-founding The Herald.
Paul is an award-winning investigative reporter who worked as a freelance collaborative writer before becoming a reporter.
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John Kelleher brings 45 years of news experience and a hefty stack of awards to The Herald newsroom as a contributor reporter and lead adviser.
John has worked for newspapers in New York, Illinois, Indiana and Montana. Before joining The Herald, he spent seven years as editor of the Havre Daily News, where he reported on everything under the Hi-Line sun.
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Teresa Webber Dragu, a Salt Lake native, is a veteran photographer whose photos have been featured on award-winning newspaper pages and in magazines. Teresa also runs a successful photography business.
Teresa has earned an art and photography degree from Salt Lake City Community College, a bachelor’s in photojournalism and a degree in mass communications from the University of Utah.
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The Havre Herald
305 Third Avenue, Suite 315
Havre, MT, 59501