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Articles from the January 6, 2014 edition

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Lights grounds Hawks on a buzzer beater

Less than two weeks ago, the Montana State University-Northern men’s basketball team needed a last-second, 3-point play by senior Roshawn West to beat Northwest Indian College in the Armory... Full story


Skylights shoot down Blue Hawks

Playing great defense is nothing new to the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team. Even holding opponents under 50 points has been a trend for the Skylights so far this season. B... Full story


HHS boys swept at home

The non-conference portion of the schedule has proven to be difficult for the Havre High boys basketball team this season. But the tough matchups have also given the Blue Ponies plenty of areas to... Full story


Blue Pony girls drops games to tough Bison and M-Ettes

Some outings, the Havre High girls basketball team looks poised to go on a great run through the regular season and into the postseason. But in other outings, like the two games they played this... Full story


Short-handed Ponies compete hard in Bozeman

It isn’t often that the Havre High wrestling team falls out of the top two or three in team standings at the conclusion of a tournament. It happened this time weekend, but that is a testament to... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 6, 2014

Temple Grandin in Havre: Focus on the strengths to help people with autism

Temple Grandin, Ph.D., had a central message when she presented her 90-minute "The Autism Experience" in Havre Friday: People need to help people with autism work on their strengths and find ways to... Full story


Daines meets with tribal leaders; speaks at powwow

U.S. Rep. Steve Daines R-Mont., attended and even danced in the first grand entry of the Rocky Boy Winter Celebration powwow Friday evening. As Daines followed the colorgard and eagle staff, he... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    January 6, 2014

Ravalli County won't reappoint planning chair

The Ravalli County Planning Board chair who set off a statewide furor by suggesting that the Hill County Detention Center was full of "drunken Indians" has not been appointed. Jan Wisniewski of Darby has asked Ravalli County commissioners to... Full story


Harold Gunderson

Harold Gunderson, 88, passed away Dec. 23, 2013, of natural causes. At his request, no services are planned. A burial of his ashes will be at a later date. Harold was born in Great Falls, Mont., on... Full story


Our View: No simple solution to oil train risks

The oil train derailment near Casselton, N.D. has people’s attention. Frankly, it has many people concerned. The number of trains carrying crude oil from the Bakken oilfields has increased dramatically in recent years, though BNSF officials say an... Full story


Thanks to Hingham firefighters, friends

We would like to thank the Hingham Volunteer Fire Department for coming out and trying to save our hog barn and other out building.  A special thank-you to Jaunita Spicher for spotting the fire and calling it in. We are very grateful to be a part... Full story


Bob Kaftan - a quiet voice of reason

A few things from the editor’s notebook: Tonight will mark the end in a chapter in Havre history. Bob Kaftan will step down as a Havre city councilman. His two terms completed, Kaftan decided not to run for re-election. The courtly gentleman has... Full story


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