Rocky Boy man is charged with embezzlement

Another embezzler of the funds given to Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, who had an indictment filed against him in October, is scheduled to be arraigned Feb. 3. Timothy Warren Rosette has been indicted for a charge of bribery of an official of an... Full story

Box Elder man convicted of multiple rapes, assaults

Dallas Lawrence, 32, of Box Elder, was convicted Wednesday of two rapes, two strangulations, two assaults with intent to commit murder and assault with a deadly weapon. Lawrence, in September of 2013, stabbed a woman in the calf. He was in a...

Kegel looks at successes, troubles

The interim chancellor of Montana State University-Northern spoke to community members, university faculty and staff about the current status of some of the bigger issues the institution is facing,... Full story

Fishing Derby Fun

The fourth annual Fresno Ice Fishing Derby took place this weekend, and more than 100 participants fished on Fresno Reservoir for a chance to win awards for the longest fish caught. This event is...

Havreite receives master's degree from University of Montana

Meghan Morris has received a masters in business administration degree from the University of Montana. The University of Montana had 959 students who were degree candidates for fall semester 2014. The total included 69 certificates, 154 associate...

Obituary - Lea Ann Salomon Larson

Lea Ann Salomon Larson was born on March 10, 1966, a little tow-headed girl to Raymond and Darleen Salomon.  She attended Pablo grade school and the Ronan school district. She joined the Pablo Pine... Full story

Obituary - Yolanda Yeon

Yolanda Yeon, 83, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015, at her residence of natural causes.  Vigil services will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, at Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel.  Her funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. on Monday,... Full story

NO REGRETS

At Big Sandy High School, Blake Brumwell did it all. He was a three-sport star who played in two state championship basketball games, including winning one in his senior year. He played in a football ... Full story

Bison trample Blue Ponies in the corral

For over a quarter of play in the first half, the Havre High boys basketball team was in charge of its non-conference game against Great Falls High. But early in the second quarter, Lucas Vining took ... Full story

Skylights, Lights face big challenges with rival Argos

Playing nationally ranked opponents is becoming nothing new to both the Montana State University-Northern men's and women's basketball teams. But it's rare that those opponents are the arch rival... Full story

Pony girls win at GFH

Sweeping a Class AA opponent is not an every season occurrence for any Class A program. So when the Havre High girls basketball team had the opportunity to complete the season sweep of Great Falls...

Letter to the Editor:

Editor: I would like to share a valuable community resource with your readers. Energy Share of Montana is a nonprofit organization whose main purpose is to provide emergency heating assistance to people facing loss of heat or lights in their home... Full story

View from the North 40: It's a warm and fuzzy guilty feeling

Cognitive dissonance is just fancy talk for the brain hurt you get from thinking two conflicting thoughts at the same time. I think by natural design I would have no problem with this occurring... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Friday, Jan. 30 "9 Circles," a Montana Actors' Theatre production about a soldier returning from Iraq, will be showing at 8 p.m. at MSU-Northern’s Little Theatre with doors and backstage lounge opening at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10... Full story