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Johnson: Was afraid for life night brother was shot

The defendant in a murder trial in state District Court in Havre took the stand today, saying he was frightened for his own — or his brother’s — life and tried to take the gun that shot his brother Nov. 9, 2013. Shane Johnson, born in 1968,... Full story

For the Record, September 29, 2014

Havre Police Department A two-vehicle, noninjury motor vehicle accident between a car and Suburban was investigated after officers responded to a 7:29 a.m. Friday call from 2nd Street and 23rd Avenue. —— Justine Philomene Bauer, 23, of Havre... Full story

Murder Trial: No evidence of struggle

In the fourth day of the murder trial of Shane Johnson, an expert’s testimony of his crime scene reconstruction differs vastly from what the defendant’s attorneys said happened Nov. 9. Prosecution is expected to call its last witnesses today,... Full story

Sugarbeet Festival

The 10th Annual Chinook Sugarbeet Festival saw a little bit of rain over the weekend, but people still lined the streets to watch the parade Saturday. Montana Actors' Theatre, FFA and political... Full story

Farmers can start Farm Bill changes today

Today is the start of agriculture producers being able to decide how to list their yield history and acre allocation in new programs unveiled in the 2014 Farm Bill, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture also unveiled some online resources to help... Full story

Obituary - Jesse James Gardipee

Jesse James Gardipee, 18, of Rocky Boy, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, at his residence. Wake services began at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Rocky Boy... Full story

Raided at home: Raiders 45, Lights 24

There isn't a team in the Frontier Conference that has been able to slow down the Southern Oregon University offense this season. And while the Montana State University-Northern Lights tried as hard... Full story

Tough weekend for Pony spikers

It was another tough weekend for the Havre High volleyball team as the Blue Ponies dropped a pair of matches against two of the top volleyball programs the state of Montana has to offer. First, the... Full story

George Ferguson Column: It's only a matter of time before the Lights break through

Southern Oregon head coach Craig Howard said it, Montana State University-Northern safety Hunter Chandler said it too following the Lights’ 45-24 loss to the nationally-ranked Raiders Saturday at... Full story

Ponies rip Rangers

Things did not always go according to the plan for the Havre High football team in its Central A conference opener against Livingston. But in the end, despite a great effort, the Rangers simply...

Game Day Notebook: Lights left to wonder what might have been

In the first half of Saturday’s battle with nationally-ranked Southern Oregon, it looked like a Montana State University-Northern upset was certainly brewing. Like the rain storms hanging around... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Monday, Sept. 29 MSU-Northern Community Choir will meet at 7 p.m. at Pershing Hall on the Northern campus. Anyone who enjoys singing is invited to join. Havre-Hill County Library will be closed for fall workshops. Tuesday, Sept. 30 Fossil Festival... Full story