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Schools open, but projects delayed

For the Record, August 27, 2014

Havre Police Department Samuel Clearance Wells, 57, of Havre was issued a summons on a charge of disorderly conduct after officers assisted another agency at 10:33 a.m. Tuesday. ——— Christina Lynn Trottier, 28, of Havre was arrested on a... Full story

Schools open, but projects delayed

Havre schools have their first day today, despite students being somewhat displaced by the ongoing projects at the high school and Sunnyside Intermediate. Andy Carlson, superintendent of the Havre... Full story

Hi-Line kids return to school

Students returning to Highland Park for first grade were dropped off by buses and family members this morning, with new school supplies and a whole school year ahead of them. "We have a lot of... Full story

Frances I. Miranda

Frances I. Miranda, 83, passed away Aug. 25, 20, at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook, Montana, from natural causes. Funeral services will be held Friday, Aug. 29, at 2 p.m., at Edwards... Full story

2014 MSU-N Football Preview: Explosive Lights ready to light it up

When a college football team loses a four-year starting quarterback, a four-year starting wide receiver, and its offensive coordinator, it might be cause for concern. The Montana State... Full story

Cat-Griz Extra: Another wild ride expected in Griz land

Some considered the Montana Grizzlies’ 2013 season a bounce-back year. Others just saw it as a success. But with a head-scratching loss to Coastal Carolina in the second round of the Football... Full story

Cat-Griz Extra: Bobcats reloading, not rebuilding in 2014

If the Montana State football team was loaded the last four years, and still fell short of high expectations a season ago, then it would stand to reason that the Bobcats might slide back this fall.... Full story

Our View: Old-fashioned debates are needed in House, Senate races

In 1992, when Republican Marc Racicot and Democrat Dorothy Bradley were running for Montana governor, they went from town to town, debating each other. In all, they had 25 debates. Many were televised or on the radio. If people were uninformed... Full story

Judge rejects Senate leader's conspiracy claims

HELENA (AP) — A Helena judge has dismissed claims by the Montana Senate majority leader that the governor, a state senator and two commissioners of political practices conspired to drive him out of office. Sen. Art Wittich, R-Bozeman, made the... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Wednesday, Aug. 27 Teen Pregnancy Prevention Task Force of the Health Consortium will meet noon to 1 p.m. at the Hill County Health Department conference room. The goals are to engage teen and community partners in developing the means to reduce... Full story

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