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Articles from the January 22, 2010 edition

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 By George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor gferguson havredailynews com    TEST/Sports    January 22, 2010

Skylights brace for talented Diggers and Dawgs'

The Montana State University- Northern women's basketball team is coming off one impressive blowout victory. But with one of the Frontier Conference's most dangerous teams coming to Havre tonight and an old rival in town on Saturday, last week's win...

 
 TEST/Obituaries    January 22, 2010

DALE HENRY DRIVER obituary

Dale Henry Driver, 81, a farmer/rancher of Malta died Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2009, in Billings of natural causes. Funeral services will be 2 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010, at the Kirkwood Memorial Chapel in Malta. Interment will be in the Malta...

 
 TEST/Obituaries    January 22, 2010

JIM BUDESKI obituary

Jim Budeski, 50, a retired brick mason of Great Falls, died on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010, in the Dearborn, due to exposure. Arrangements are pending at Schnider Funeral Home....

 
 By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press Writer BILLINGS    Local    January 22, 2010

UN team recommends moratorium on Flathead mining

U.N. scientists have recommended a moratorium on mining in Bri t ish Columbia's Flathead Valley and the creation of a conservation plan for the remote region spanning the United States-Canada border, a U.S. official said Thursday. Several companies...

 
 By Tim Leeds Havre Daily News tleeds havredailynews com    Local    January 22, 2010

Havre High goes to Northern for biodiesel training

Havre High School students had the opportunity to use topend equipment to learn about the future of fuels as they made biodiesel in the Applied Technology Cent e r at Montana Stat e University-Northern. "It gives the kids a better chance to do it rig...

 
 By Nikki Carlson Havre Daily News photos havredailynews com    Local    January 22, 2010

Highland Park stays in session despite water main break

A water main break occurred on Boulevard Avenue early this morning, which flooded the southwest corner of Highland Park Early Primary School's playground. Principal Maureen Odegard said the school directed students to be dropped off at the east...

 
 By MATT GOURAS, Associated Press Writer    TEST/State Headlines    January 22, 2010

Breaking news: Senator wants border crossing closed

reaking news: enator wants border crossing closed MATT GOURAS,A ssociated Press Writer HELENA — An influential senator is recommending border officials scrap an $8.5 million stimulus-funded upgrade to a Montana-Saskatchewan border post and shut...

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Uncategorized    January 22, 2010

Fire destroys 5 businesses in Malta building

Fire destroys 5 businesses in Malta building MALTA — A fire broke out early Wednesday in downtown Malta, destroying a building that housed a weekly newspaper and forcing the evacuation of a nearby hotel, authorities said. Crews from four fire depar...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 22, 2010

39 candidates run for Rocky Boy tribal council

39 candidates run for Rocky Boy tribal council Tim Leeds A full slate of candidates, including incumbents, have come forward to try for the four positions open in the Oct. 5 primary election for the Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation Tribal council, the...

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Obituaries    January 22, 2010

Anita Marie Bergman

Anita Marie Bergman Anita Marie (Schend) Bergman, 55, died Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, in Clancy, Mont., due to complications of pneumonia. Cremation has taken place, and a memorial Mass will be held at noon on Friday, Sept. 24, 2010, at the St. Jude Tha...

 
 By BROCK VERGAKIS,Associated Press Writer    TEST/National & World Headlines    January 22, 2010

New dinosaur species discovered in southern Utah

2 new dinosaur species discovered in southern Utah BROCK VERGAKIS,Associated Press Writer SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Scientists said Wednesday they've discovered fossils in the southern Utah desert of two new dinosaur species closely related to the...

 
 By Tristan    TEST/Sports    January 22, 2010

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Volleyball Havre High at Lewistown, 6 p.m. Dutton-Brady at North Star, 6 p.m. Fort Benton at Chinook, 4:30 p.m. Friday High School Football Havre High at Lewistown, 7 p.m. Harlem at Malta, 7 p.m. Chinook at Simms, 7 p.m. Big...

 
 By George Ferguson, gferguson@havredailynews.com    TEST/Sports    January 22, 2010

Mariani among NFL leaders

In the offseason, the Tennessee Titans were looking from a better return game for 2010. So far, the Titans have found it in former Havre Blue Pony Marc Mariani. After two weeks of regular season play, Mariani ranks ninth in kickoff return yards in...

 
 By George Ferguson, gferguson@havredailynews.com    TEST/Sports    January 22, 2010

An old rivalry has new life this week

After three weeks, the Frontier Conference standings are starting to look a little old school. And this Saturday in Helena, the new biggest kids on the block are going to fight. The hottest team in the Frontier, Montana Tech, is off to a 3-0 start...

 
 By Bruce Nelson — Executive director, MFSA    TEST/Opinion    January 22, 2010

Thank America's farmers

The fresh produce, meat and dairy products on our shelves are astounding. The cereals and breads are so plentiful and various you wonder if anyone has ever taken the time to try them all. The soups, jams and jellies stretch aisle after aisle....

 
 By Tristan    Local    January 22, 2010

Downtown Malta building burns, hotel evacuated

MALTA (AP) — A fire broke out early Wednesday in downtown Malta, destroying a building that housed a weekly newspaper and forcing the evacuation of a nearby motel, authorities said. Crews from four fire departments in the region were fighting the...

 
 By Letter to the Editor — Johanna Kato    TEST/Opinion    January 22, 2010

Forty Days for Life

Editor: Forty Days for Life, Heartbeat and Priests for Life have teamed up for prayer and fasting from Sept. 22 until Oct. 31. Life begins at conception and ends when God calls us home, a time of His choice. We invite you to join us for this fall...

 
 By Letter to the Editor — Arlie Lane    TEST/Uncategorized    January 22, 2010

RSVP aiding DUI research

RSVP aiding DUI research Editor: It was interesting and revealing to read, Sept. 8, the Havre Daily News article on Page A1, "Report issued halfway through DUI research." It has long been a stickler to law enforcement officers on just how to proceed...

 
 By Letter to the Editor — Ray Peck    TEST/Opinion    January 22, 2010

Don Ryan experienced in serving Montana

Don Ryan experienced in serving Montana Editor: I have known state Sen. Don Ryan, who is a candidate for the Public Service Commission, for a number of years now, and hold him in high regard, especially for his governmental service to the people of...

 
 By Letter to the Editor — Arlie Lane    TEST/Opinion    January 22, 2010

RSVP aiding DUI research

RSVP aiding DUI research Editor: It was interesting and revealing to read, Sept. 8, the Havre Daily News article on Page A1, "Report issued halfway through DUI research." It has long been a stickler to law enforcement officers on just how to proceed...

 
 By Zach White    TEST/Uncategorized    January 22, 2010

Operation Medicine Cabinet safely disposes of unused meds

Program safely disposes of unused meds Zach White Thirty-three Montana communities — including two in Blaine County — have joined more than 3,400 across the country as a part of a prescription drug disposal program called National Take-Back Day...

 
 By Zach White    Local    January 22, 2010

Operation Medicine Cabinet safely disposes of unused meds

Thirty-three Montana communities — including two in Blaine County — have joined more than 3,400 across the country as a part of a prescription drug disposal program called National Take-Back Day this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The closest...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 22, 2010

‘Diary of Anne Frank’ gets an encore in Havre

'Diary of Anne Frank' gets an encore in Havre Tim Leeds The local acting troupe is bringing back one of the most famous stories in the world for an encore performance in Havre. Montana Actors' Theatre is producing "The Diary of Anne Frank" starting...

 
 By Tim Leeds    TEST/Uncategorized    January 22, 2010

Local group will continue fair rodeo — but fair boar

Local group will continue fair rodeo — But fair board likely to end subsidy Tim Leeds A recently formed group will continue to run the annual rodeo at the Great Northern Fair, but without a subsidy from the fair board. "We're not here to pick a...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 22, 2010

Local group will continue fair rodeo — But fair boar

Local group will continue fair rodeo — But fair board likely to end subsidy Tim Leeds A recently formed group will continue to run the annual rodeo at the Great Northern Fair, but without a subsidy from the fair board. "We're not here to pick a...

 

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