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Articles from the February 19, 2014 edition

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Hi-Line girls teams gear up for a run

It’s tournament. And when it comes to the Chester/J-I girls and the District 10C tournament, that usually spells doom for the rest of the conference. The Hawks are the four-time defending 10C... Full story


Area boys teams ready for postseason

Regular season basketball is over for the majority of the prep teams in Montana, meaning the time for district basketball is now. And while state is ultimately the most important weekend of the season... Full story


Frontier Notebook: Frontier season reaches the big finish line

It all comes down to this. The Frontier Conference has just one weekend of regular season basketball, and there’s plenty still to be decided. The Westminster women wrapped up their sixth straight Fr... Full story


George Ferguson Column: No debating Havre High's place in history

The Havre High wrestling team sure does know how to put a stamp on an All-Class State wrestling tournament. But one thing the Blue Ponies, under head coach Scott Filius, don’t seem to know, is how... Full story


Prep Basketball Standings, Frontier Conference Standings, NAIA Coaches Polls

Prep Basketball Standings BOYS Central A Conf. Overall Belgrade 6-1 11-6 Havre 4-3 6-11 Browning 4-3 13-4 Lewistown 2-5 6-11 Livingston 1-5 3-13 Southwest A Conf. Overall Dillon 8-0 15-1 Butte Central 7-2 14-3 Stevensville 5-3 9-7 Corvallis 3-5 8-8 A... Full story


Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Wednesday High School Basketball District 9C Box Elder vs Turner (G), 1 p.m. North Star vs Turner (B), 2:30 Big Sandy vs HLP (G), 6:30 p.m. HLP vs Big Sandy (B), 8 p.m. High School Basketball District 10C at Conrad Thursday High School Basketball 9C... Full story


Council hears crime stats, Highway 2 group

Havre City Council met Tuesday night to approve ordinances, listen to presentations from the Highway 2 Association and the Havre Police Department, and hear comments from community members. Acting... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    February 19, 2014

Board may charge to park at fair

The Great Northern Fair Board heard Tuesday that if help can be found to staff the gates, a committee might recommend people pay a fee to park at the Great Northern Fair. Tim Solomon, manager of the fairgrounds, said a committee looking at fees at... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    February 19, 2014

Fair board welcomes new member

The Great Northern Fair Board welcomed a new member at its monthly meeting Tuesday. Scott Doney attended his first meeting as a board member, taking the place of Andy Owens. Owens resigned last fall, saying work requirements would prevent him from at... Full story


MSU-N Provost Rugg welcomed to university

William Rugg, Montana State University-Northern's new provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs, was officially welcomed to the university Tuesday at a reception. "Today is an important new... Full story


Odelia Mitschke

Odelia Emelia (Mosbrucker) Mitschke passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Feb. 14, 2014, in Helena, after a short illness. She was 82. Dilly was born May 17, 1931, in Senate, Saskatchewa... Full story


Rudolph Buckman

FORT BELKNAP — Rudolph Buckman, 75, of Fort Belknap, passed away Feb. 14, 2014, in Billings. Wake services will be held Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, at 7 p.m., at Fry Bread Fellowship in Fort Belknap. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Feb. 20,... Full story


Pamela Schuhmacher

Pamela Schuhmacher, 55, passed away Feb. 12, 2014, in Harlem. Memorial services were Feb. 18, 2014, in Chinook. Arrangements have been made with Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.... Full story


For the Record, February 19, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 9:29 a.m. Tuesday call from a 1st Street West business about a counterfeit $20 bill taken at the business the day before. ——— Officers investigated a 9:54 a.m. Tuesday call from a 1st Street... Full story


Counterfeit $20 bills reported in Havre area

The Havre Police Department is investigating the circulation of counterfeit $20 bills around town. Anyone accepting cash should take proper steps in checking the bills, police warned. The counterfeit bills are being produced with low quality paper... Full story


Northern ball deemed a success

The We Love Northern Ball brought many members of the Hi-Line area and notable figures with interest in the university together for a night of dancing and festivities Saturday in support of Montana... Full story


Legislator seeks new term despite legal challenge

HELENA (AP) — A Montana legislator who is defending himself against allegations that he took illegal corporate contributions has filed to run for another term. Republican Rep. Mike Miller of Helmville filed with the Montana Secretary of State's... Full story


Catholic school won't renew contract for coach

BILLINGS (AP) — A Roman Catholic high school in Montana isn't renewing the contract of an assistant softball coach because she took a job at Planned Parenthood, the coach and superintendent said. Tarn Duff, 26, said Billings Central head coach... Full story


District 9C Update: Bears, Knights victorious

The first session of the 2014 District 9C tournament saw the Box Elder girls beat the Turner Tornadoes 76-30 and the North Star boys take down Turner 51-42 Wednesday afternoon at the Havre High gymnasium. The Bears advanced to play top-seeded... Full story


District 9C Update: Pioneers, T-Birds roll

In the night session of the first day of the District 9C basketball tournament, the Big Sandy girls raced past Hays-Lodge Pole 65-17 while the HLP boys thumped Big Sandy 50-18. On the girls side, the Pioneers will take on North Star in the... Full story


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