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Man gets 100-years in murder of Sidney teacher


 SIDNEY (AP) — A mentally disabled Colorado man was sentenced to 100 years in prison Friday for the murder of a Montana teacher whose death highlighted the downsides of an oil boom that's sweeping across the remote Northern Plains. Michael...

For the Record, April 17, 2015

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 8:31 a.m. Thursday complaint at the police station about someone filing taxes with the complainant’s information. —— Elmo Francis Bailey Jr., 49, of Havre was arrested on a state District Court...

Huston's lawyer to stay on, new trial date to be set

In the U.S. vs. Shad Huston case, the prosecution’s motion to remove Michael Sherwood as Huston’s attorney was denied. In the Missouri River Federal Courthouse in Great Falls, Huston’s case has been held up by a series of legal moves. Huston...

Bill Lanier - loves Havre, Scouting

When he was in high school, in Great Falls, Bill Lanier earned his Boy Scout Eagle Scout badge by helping out in rural blood drives. It was natural for him to be involved in Scouting, His father was...

Local athletes prep for 2015 Special Olympics Montana Summer State Games

With the 2015 Special Olympics Montana Summer State Games just around the corner, area athletes are training for the big event. Athletes and their supporters will also be participating in other...

Ponies ready for a fight with Panthers

Coming into Thursday night's game at Glasgow, the Havre High softball team had yet to find its groove. But after an impressive road win, it appears the Blue Ponies are on track to find it soon...

Pony track teams look to build in Belgrade

The Havre High track teams are riding high after good showings at their past few track meets. But this Saturday in Belgrade both Blue Pony teams will get to see how they stack up against some of the ...

HHS netters meet the Central A

Havre High head tennis coach George Ferguson preaches that improving from week-to-week, match-to-match is the single biggest goal of his tennis teams during the regular season. However, Saturday's...

Letter to the Editor: Dritshulas, Lotton praised for construction of new hotel

Editor: As a community we have to give full credit to Bill Dritshulas and Lotton Construction Co. for creating one of the most spectacular man-made views in north-central Montana. When you drive west on U.S. Highway 2 or 2nd Street in the early...

Bullock's free clinics certainly aren't cheap

In Montana, the Legislature is responsible for establishing the state programs to benefit the public, while the executive branch is charged with administering them. That structure has worked very well for decades, and is referred to as the...

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel — The Montana Legislature has given final approval to expansion of Medicaid that will allow about 70,000 people to benefit from health insurance. Our waitresses, taxi drivers and hundreds of other pink and blue collar workers will soon be...

View from the North 40: Flight of the Postman

If you don’t already know who 61-year-old Ruskin, Florida, mailman Doug Hughes is, you should make it your business to know. He’s just spent the last 2 1/2 years planning and executing a...

George Winston to play benefit in Bozeman

From Hopa Mountain George Winston, one of the most recognized solo pianists in the world, will be playing a benefit concert Tuesday, May 12, at 7 p.m. in the Emerson Cultural Center’s Crawford Theater in support of Hopa Mountain, a Bozeman-based...

Community Events Calendar

Friday, April 17 "Over the River and Through the Woods," a Montana Actors' Theatre comedy presentation, will be showing at 8 p.m. at the MSU-Northern Little Theatre. Doors and the Backstage Lounge open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10...

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