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Northern student running 4,000 miles to fight cancer

A Montana State University-Northern senior will run from Havre to Chinook Saturday, her first training run in preparation for a 4,000-mile cross-country run to raise money for young adults with...

From the courts: District Court

A Havre man received five years with the Department of Corrections after being found with 23 bindles of methamphetamine for distribution purposes. Jason Lee Berger, born in 1983, was sentenced in District Court in Havre to five years for felony...

For the Record, Nov. 17, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after a First Street caller requested Thursday at 10:35 a.m. a welfare check on someone. —— Officers investigated after a Northern Montana Hospital caller reported Thursday at 12:48 p.m. a hit and...

From the courts: District Court

A Box Elder man received two years with the Department of Corrections for hitting a detention officer in the face. Francisco Delrosa Valencia Jr., born in 1974, received two years with the Department of Corrections Monday in District Court in Havre...

Havre Elks lodge donates to Bear Paw Volunteer Fire Department

Press release Havre Elks Lodge #1201 raised $338 for the Bear Paw Volunteer Fire Department hosting a cribbage tournament Nov. 11 at the lodge in Havre. "When the East Fork Fire hit Hill County...

Cat-Griz Game Day: Everything #37 is supposed to be

To guys like Tucker Schye, the Cat-Griz game isn't any old football game. It's not the next game on the schedule, or any other cliché' generally reserved for down-playing hype and excitement. No, to ...

Cat-Griz Game Day: He's got his own legacy now

When it comes to football in the Treasure State, his last name says it all - Bignell. That's a famous name when it comes to gridiron success in Montana. So it's no wonder Montana State senior...

It will be a Brawl in Bozeman

One has it, the other is trying to take it away. That's how it always is leading into the annual meeting between the Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats. And ahead of the 117th edition of the ...

Skylights play up in Utah

It's no secret that the Montana State University-Northern Skylights are a power in women's NAIA basketball, but this weekend, MSU-N will see what it can do against the next level up, NCAA...

Lights crown Knights in home debut

On the scoreboard, the Montana State University-Northern Lights dominated Warner-Pacific in their home debut. That doesn't mean the Lights wrestled perfectly, though. In fact, veteran head coach...

View from the North 40: The things we pile preciously

The problem is that, and this needs explaining, I come from a long line of pile-makers on the maternal side of my family. Not hoarders — we’re pilers, like hoarders-lite. We don’t save bizarre stuff like stacks of every McDonald’s french...

Community Events Calendar

Friday, Nov. 17 24-Hour Play Festival, 7 p.m., Triple Dog Brewery. Drawing for teams of writers, directors and actors takes place this evening. Teams have 24 hours to write and stage a 15-minute play. Tickets, $15 general and $10 students, seniors...

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