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Articles from the April 1, 2014 edition

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Lights will play 11 games in 2014

The Montana State University-Northern football team is in the middle of spring drills, but Aug. 30 is the day the Lights are really getting ready for. That’s because Aug. 30 is Northern’s... Full story


Blue Pony tennis teams start strong in Cut Bank

The weather wasn’t ideal for tennis, all teams were short-handed, and one team didn’t even make it to the tournament, but the courts were dry and the Havre Blue Ponies got their season started.... Full story


Sports Photos: Curling, Basketball

Havre crowns a curling champion... Local sixth-graders win hoop tourney......

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 1, 2014

Belcourt, Burns to plead guilty Wednesday

The change of plea hearings for two defendants in a string of indictments alleging conspiracies of fraud and embezzlement at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation are set for Wednesday in Great Falls. Federal court records show that Chippewa Cree...


Special Olympics practice conditions athletes

Practices for the Special Olympics are in full swing at Havre High School and, on average, have around 50 people attending them. Shaylee Lewis, a special education teacher at Havre High, said athletes... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 1, 2014

HHS Key Club honored for many projects

Havre High School Key Club members returned from their state meeting in Billings recently with an armful of awards for their volunteer work over the past year. The awards speak to the dedication of... Full story


George Washington St. Pierre

George Washington St. Pierre, 82, passed away at his residence in Rocky Boy, Mont., on Monday, March 31, 2014. Wake services began at 5 p.m. on Monday March 31, 2014, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church... Full story


For the Record, April 1, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 9:32 a.m. Monday call from 5th Street about a garage and trailer that was broken into. ——— Shawn Joseph Saddler Sr., 47, of Rocky Boy was arrested on a charge of criminal contempt and on a... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 1, 2014

Woman pleads guilty to car dragging

One of two Havre women accused of dragging a relative with their car and nearly running over her, after stealing the victim’s purse has pleaded guilty in a plea agreement. Leslie A. Crazyboy, born in 1979, pleaded guilty in state District Court in...


Our View: Make it easier for everyone to vote

A federal judge has ruled that the lawsuit against Blaine and two other Montana counties concerning Indian votings right can move forward. Native American groups would like to have satellite election offices set up on reservations so it is easier...


Amtrak provided great service during stayover

I would like to take this opportunity to commend Amtrak personnel for their great service on my recent unscheduled trip to Havre. Despite all the delays — 12 hours late getting to Havre and seven hours late getting to Everett — none of which...


Time changes are 'a bunch of nonsense'

I agree with the woman from Great Falls about the change in time every year ("No more time change for Montana," Opinion page, March 25). That was a bunch of nonsense to start. Some people take medications every day and get all mixed up with the...


Commissioner: Senate leader broke campaign laws

HELENA — The Montana commissioner of political practices said Tuesday that Senate Majority Leader Art Wittich broke state campaign laws by coordinating with and failing to report contributions from a conservative group during his 2010 primary...


Hospital turning blue to support autism awareness

Northern Montana Hospital will be lit up blue tonight in honor of Autism Awareness Month and World Autism Awareness Day. Iconic landmarks around the globe, including the Empire State Building in New York City and the Kingdom Tower in Saudi Arabia,...


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