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Mat Time in Havre: Blue Ponies ready to rumble at home

Havre High School lists students of the month

Special to the Daily News Logan Gardner was selected as one of Havre High's January 2016 Students of the Month. Logan's parents are Lesley and Craig Gardner. His siblings are Kaleb, 14, McKenzie, 12, ...

Career fair set at Northern

Students looking to start laying the groundwork for a post-college career and employers seeking to add to their pool of prospective hires will get the chance to connect with one another at the...

Hi-Line Living: 5th Annual Fresho Ice Fishing Derby

Photos by Roger Miller and Larry Sasaki Fishing enthusiasts from across the Hi-Line and beyond migrated to Fresno Reservoir last weekend for the fifth annual Fresno Ice Fishing Derby. The derby is...

STEM materials headed to tribal libraries

Two tribal college libraries will be receiving special kits aimed at getting more students interested in STEM activities — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The educational materials will come from Montana State University’s...

Lakin to perform at Northern

From Montana State University-Northern Powerful musical performer Lakin will be performing at Montana State University-Northern at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Student Union Building Ballroom.  ...

            Friday's Prep Basketball

      Friday's Scores The Associated Press BOYS BASKETBALL Baker 65, Wolf Point 50 Belgrade 52, Livingston 38 Bigfork 89, Troy 40 Billings Skyview 71, Great Falls 68, OT Billings West 51, Great Falls Russell 46 Box Elder 79, Fort Benton 28 Bozeman 61,...

Mat Time in Havre: Blue Ponies ready to rumble at home

For years, the Havre High wrestling team has dominated in divisional wrestling tournaments. But, that tournament was the Central A divisional, and now, the Blue Ponies will be competing in the...

Mat Time in Havre: Lights come home, but to the Pony Corral

The last time the Montana State University-Northern wrestling team wrestled in the Armory Gymnasium was a Nov. 19 win against Southern Oregon. And while Northern is still a few days away from making ...

Blue Ponies turn away Cowgirls at home

The Havre High girls basketball team might not have put its best foot forward against the Conrad Cowgirls Thursday night inside the HHS gymnasium. But, when you win, you never have to complain and...

HHS boys head to Conrad

The Havre High boys basketball team was minutes away from a four-game losing streak. But one comeback victory over CMR changed all that and now the Blue Ponies are looking to start another win...

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel — The tiny town of Turner has a fighting spirit. Turner has seen a dramatic loss in population in recent years. Some small, rural towns have died out, but don’t count Turner out. The residents of this northern Blaine County community...

Looking Out My Back Door: The good Lord willin' and the creek don't rise

Ai-yi-yi, but I had a difficult day. My theory is that misery is contagious. My neighbor Ted from Edmonton was griping about the rock bottom value of the Canadian dollar, which has been on a steady...

View from the North 40: News Roundup: Word up, homies

Pamville News editors have meticulously scoured world news sources to bring readers highlights of importance. The nerds of India Yahoo News reported this week that Tata Motors Ltd., a car...

Community Events Calendar

Friday, Feb. 5 "Montana Towns and Rural Places: Then and Now," a Montana Hometown Humanities presentation by Hal Stearns, will be at 3 p.m. at North Central Senior Center, 2 2nd St. This program is free and open to the public. Open skating hosted...

 
 
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