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Articles from the January 17, 2010 edition

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 By Tristan    TEST/State Headlines    January 17, 2010

Plans dropped for Montana-Nevada power line

Canadian company drops Montana-Nevada transmission project GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A Canadian company is shelving for now its plans to build a $3 billion high-voltage power line from south-central Montana to Nevada due to lack of interest from wi... Full story

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Breaking sports: Havre 21, Sidney 14

The Havre High football team picked up a huge Class A road win Friday night. The Blue Ponies defeated the Eastern A Sidney Eagles 21-14 in Sidney. Havre improved to 2-1 on the season and will open Central a Conference play next Friday night in... Full story

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Friday's Prep Football

In a matchup of ranked Northern C teams, the No. 2 Fort Benton Longhorns ran away from the No. 7 Chinook Sugarbeeters Friday night in Chinook. The Longhorns downed the Beeters 44-24 as Chinook fell to 2-1 on the season. In other Hi-Line action, Round... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson, Havre Daily News sports editor gferguson@havredailynews.c    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

HHS golf hosts Havre Invitational

In high school golf, being able to play on your home course is a huge advantage. But in Havre, it's even more so. Not only are Havre High golfers more familiar with home layouts like Beaver Creek golf Course and Prairie Farms, but the Blue Pony... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton, gferguson@havredailynews.com    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Blue Pony spikers head back on the road

After two days of very tough Class AA competition last weekend, the Havre High volleyball team is ready to face a couple of Class A opponents this weekend. Saturday in Lewistown, the Central A Blue Ponies (3-2) will face two Class A programs out of...

 
 By George Ferguson, Havre Daily News sports editor gferguson@havredailynews.c    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Skylights travel to UGF

The 2010 NAIA volleyball season is already a month old and the Montana State University-Northern Skylights still haven't played a match on their home floor yet. But that hasn't seemed to bother the Skylights who are off to their best start in six... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton, gferguson@havredailynews.com    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Blue Ponies face first road test at Sidney

As much as the Havre High football team would like to forget its game with Miles City last weekend, it may very well prove to be a benefit this weekend. Tonight the Central A Blue Ponies (1-1) will be in Sidney where they will face the Eastern A Eagl...

 
 By George Ferguson, Havre Daily News sports editor gferguson@havredailynews.c    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Tough trip: Lights head to EOU

The Montana State University-Northern football team is young. The Lights have few seniors on a talented roster for 2010. And now the Lights' resiliency is about to be tested. On Saturday afternoon in LaGrande, Ore., the Lights (1-1, 1-1) will try to...

 
 By George Ferguson, Havre Daily News editor    TEST/Sports    January 17, 2010

Following dreams: Blue Pony Stadium to LP Field in six years

A Message from Marc "Thank you Havre and the Hi-Line for your awesome support and amazing kindness as I have been pursuing my football dream! There aren't enough words to tell you how much this means to me and how it touches the hearts of my entire...

 
 By Tristan    Local    January 17, 2010

Havre Festival Days schedule of events

Saturday, September 18 All Day 48-Hr Softball Tournament 6th Avenue Softball Field 7 a. m. — 2 p. m. Kiwanis Pancakes Eagles Club 8 a. m. MSU-Northern College Rodeo Fairgrounds 8 a. m. — Noon S. A.T. U.R. D.A. Y. Market Town Square 9 a. m. — 4... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    January 17, 2010

Teapots for sale

It's unusual that students in ceramics classes and marketing students would combine efforts on a charitable project, but Saturday afternoon, Montana State University-Northern students from both disciplines will hold a sale of hand-crafted pottery...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    January 17, 2010

Raising money to refurbish park

People can quench their thirst at Havre Festival Days this weekend while helping to restore a north-side park and honor a deceased 8-year-old Havre girl. Nadir Greytak, a Havre High School freshman, has undertaken the massive effort of rebuilding a n...

 
 By Zach White    TEST/Uncategorized    January 17, 2010

Pet ordinance escapes committee

An ordinance updating Havre's pet regulations will conclude its four-month journey to City Council next week. The council's Ordinance Committee sent the legislation to be voted on by the Council Monday, after spending the summer discussing and... Full story

 
 By Zach White    Local    January 17, 2010

Pet ordinance escapes committee

An ordinance updating Havre's pet regulations will conclude its four-month journey to City Council next week. The council's Ordinance Committee sent the legislation to be voted on by the Council Monday, after spending the summer discussing and... Full story

 
 By Zack White    Local    January 17, 2010

Dignified death doc to speak at Northern

Dignified death doc to speak at Northern Zach White Physician-aided death for terminally ill patients is set to be a controversial subject of debate for the Montana Legislature in January 2011. Dr. Tom Preston, medical director for Compassion &... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 17, 2010

A civics lesson in Malta

Bob Abbey, the national director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, asked for a round of applause for a special group he identified during a meeting in Malta Thursday to discuss concerns about the possible creation of a national monument. "How...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 17, 2010

BLM Chief: No monument plans

BLM Chief: No monument plans Tim Leeds The director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management told a crowd at a meeting in the Malta High School gymnasium Thursday that rumors are false: "Folks, there are no plans for a national monument in Montana,"...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 17, 2010

Montanans voice opposition to monument

Montanans voice monument opposition Tim Leeds A crowd from around the state seemed unsure of Bureau of Land Management Director Bob Abbey's assurances that no plans to create a prairie national monument in north-central Montana are in the works. "I...

 
 By Pam Bauer    TEST/Opinion    January 17, 2010

You can eat words if you put sugar on them

You can eat words if you put sugar on them Pam Bauer You can live 45 years on this Earth, learning something new every day, and still get the same old things wrong. Well, at least I seem to have a knack for it anyway. One of the handful of cardinal... Full story

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Opinion    January 17, 2010

Letter — Warburton favors gun rights, jobs, cutting waste

Warburton favors gun rights, jobs, cutting waste Editor: I had the honor to serve in the 2009 Montana Legislature with Wendy Warburton from House District 34. She showed grit in defending the best interests of the Havre area as well as the whole stat...

 
 By CATHY BUSSEWITZ Associated Press Writer SACRAMENTO, Calif.    TEST/Uncategorized    January 17, 2010

Lawmakers help food stamps get to farmers markets

Tina Tennyson loved to make raspberry jam using the fresh fruit she bought at the farmers market in San Jose. When she recently moved to Sacramento, she hit a stumbling block: The local market didn't accept food stamps. Like most farmers markets...

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Opinion    January 17, 2010

Thanks newspaper for stories on DUI

Thanks newspaper for stories on DUI Editor: Thank you to the Havre Daily News and Tim Leeds for helping to keep the community informed about the DUI research and concerns about driving under the influence in Montana. In Hill County, there are three... Full story

 
 By Alice Campbell acampbell@havredailynews.com    Local    January 17, 2010

Only two businesses have signed on with voluntary city registry

A city committee will revisit how to have businesses register with the city for zoning purposes after a voluntary business registry proposal has garnered only two registrations. "That's not going to do it for us," said Janet Trethewey, chairperson...

 
 By Alice Campbell acampbell@havredailynews.com    Local    January 17, 2010

Alley runoff stirs political debate at Council meeting

City Council members heard from a resident concerned about alley maintenance during their meeting Monday night. "It's a small matter for them; it's a huge matter for me," Vineé Thompson said about what it would take for Public Works Department...

 
 By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press Writer BILLINGS    TEST/State Headlines    January 17, 2010

Grizzly in maulings was stressed, had parasites

Hunger and internal parasites afflicted a grizzly bear that ma u l e d t h r e e c amp e r s n e a r Yellowstone National Park, but investigators said Monday those factors failed to explain such aggressive predatory behavior. The bear's late-night... Full story

 

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