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Articles from the January 4, 2001 edition

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 Local    January 4, 2001

Local RC&D to hold annual meeting

The North Central Montana Resource Conservation & Development Area, Inc. (RC&D) will hold its annual dinner on Thursday, Jan. 18. The dinner will take place at the Duck Inn in Havre, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The tentative guest speaker is Phyllis...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Crofts: Tuition hike may happen

Commissioner of Higher Education Richard Crofts said that under the current proposed budgets, the university system would be forced to raise tuition. The university system is requesting a budget increase from the Montana Legislature to prevent that,...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Van Koten's statue dedicated

Havre resident Jack Van Koten recently returned from Panama City, Panama, where he attended a dedication for a statue he made of the late Ambassador Gabriel Lewis Galindo. Galindo was ambassador of Panama at the time the Panama Canal Treaty was...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

New Year's baby arrives

A bundle of gifts greeted a bundle of joy at Northern Montana Hospital Wednesday as the first baby of the third millennium posed for pictures with her mother. Ahmya Connie Jo Windy Boy, the newborn daughter of Tygar Denny and Curtis Windy Boy of...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Time to debunk the reindeer myth

Since this column frequently deals with game identification, many questions come in about deer (Cervidae) during end-of-year holidays. Readers ask: "Do deer pull sleighs?" "Can deer really fly?" "Why is Santa's team all bucks and no does?" "Who's in...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Tips for avoiding winter's avalanchesPart II

Tips for avoiding winter's avalanches Part II All winter recreationalists should be aware that weather factors play a big part in avalanche activity in most all mountains. The U.S. Forest Service has some weather related tips. Wind - Even during...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Time to debunk the reindeer myth

Since this column frequently deals with game identification, many questions come in about deer (Cervidae) during end-of-year holidays. Readers ask: "Do deer pull sleighs?" "Can deer really fly?" "Why is Santa's team all bucks and no does?" "Who's in...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Glacier Parks sleepy time is winter

We spent some time at Christmas at what the smallest of our chickadees always referred to as the Big Water. That would be Flathead Lake. You know with weather on the east side of the mountains, life is constantly tougher than on the west side. It...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Tips for avoiding winters avalanches

All winter recreationalists should be aware that weather factors play a big part in avalanche activity in most all mountains. The U.S. Forest Service has some weather related tips. Wind Even during clear weather, sustained winds of over 15 mph may... Full story

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

SHIRLEY KIRKALDIE, Obituary

SHIRLEY KIRKALDIE HAYS Shirley Marie Kirkaldie, 62, died Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2001, at her home in Hays of cancer. Wake and Rosary will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul's Mission Recreation Center in Hays. Funeral Mass will be 11 a.m. Friday at... Full story

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

BLANCHE TAFT, Obituary

BLANCHE TAFT EUREKA Blanche McManus-Taft, 95, died Monday, Jan. 1, 2001 at a Whitefish hospital of natural causes. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Eureka. Rosary will be 7 p.m. Friday. Taft was born to Jack... Full story

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

District courts last cases of 2000

Five people pleaded guilty to crimes, admitted violating conditions of their release or were sentenced in 12th Judicial District Court recently. Debra Lynn Nesbitt, 44, Havre, pleaded guilty to intimidation Dec. 6 and was sentenced to one year in...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Court clerk charged with theft

A former Havre City Court Clerk has been charged in District Court with tampering with public records and the theft of more than $10,000, according to Hill County Attorney David G. Rice. Both charges are felonies carrying maximum penalties of 10...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Van Kotens statue dedicated

Havre resident Jack Van Koten recently returned from Panama City, Panama, where he attended a dedication for a statue he made of the late Ambassador Gabriel Lewis Galindo. Galindo was ambassador of Panama at the time the Panama Canal Treaty was... Full story

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Havres local television channel now broadcasting

For the first time, Havre has it's own local network-affiliated television broadcast. KBBJ Channel 9 has begun its rebroadcast of Helena's KTHV National Broadcasting Company transmission. James Rogers, President of Sunbelt Communications, and Ralph T...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Crofts: Tuition hike may happen

Commissioner of Higher Education Richard Crofts said that under the current proposed budgets, the university system would be forced to raise tuition. The university system is requesting a budget increase from the Montana Legislature to prevent that,...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

New Years baby arrives

A bundle of gifts greeted a bundle of joy at Northern Montana Hospital Wednesday as the first baby of the third millennium posed for pictures with her mother. Ahmya Connie Jo Windy Boy, the newborn daughter of Tygar Denny and Curtis Windy Boy of...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Local RC&D to hold annual meeting

The North Central Montana Resource Conservation & Development Area, Inc. (RC&D) will hold its annual dinner on Thursday, Jan. 18. The dinner will take place at the Duck Inn in Havre, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The tentative guest speaker is Phyllis... Full story

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Crofts: Tuition hike may happen

Commissioner of Higher Education Richard Crofts said that under the current proposed budgets, the university system would be forced to raise tuition. The university system is requesting a budget increase from the Montana Legislature to prevent that,...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Van Koten's statue dedicated

Havre resident Jack Van Koten recently returned from Panama City, Panama, where he attended a dedication for a statue he made of the late Ambassador Gabriel Lewis Galindo. Galindo was ambassador of Panama at the time the Panama Canal Treaty was...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

New Year's baby arrives

A bundle of gifts greeted a bundle of joy at Northern Montana Hospital Wednesday as the first baby of the third millennium posed for pictures with her mother. Ahmya Connie Jo Windy Boy, the newborn daughter of Tygar Denny and Curtis Windy Boy of... Full story

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Time to debunk the reindeer myth

Since this column frequently deals with game identification, many questions come in about deer (Cervidae) during end-of-year holidays. Readers ask: "Do deer pull sleighs?" "Can deer really fly?" "Why is Santa's team all bucks and no does?" "Who's in...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Tips for avoiding winter's avalanchesPart II

Tips for avoiding winter's avalanches Part II All winter recreationalists should be aware that weather factors play a big part in avalanche activity in most all mountains. The U.S. Forest Service has some weather related tips. Wind - Even during...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Time to debunk the reindeer myth

Since this column frequently deals with game identification, many questions come in about deer (Cervidae) during end-of-year holidays. Readers ask: "Do deer pull sleighs?" "Can deer really fly?" "Why is Santa's team all bucks and no does?" "Who's in...

 
 Local    January 4, 2001

Glacier Parks sleepy time is winter

We spent some time at Christmas at what the smallest of our chickadees always referred to as the Big Water. That would be Flathead Lake. You know with weather on the east side of the mountains, life is constantly tougher than on the west side. It...

 

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