Articles from the April 9, 2014 edition
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Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Zach Hellegaard, Havre High Tennis
Havre High's Zach Hellegaard is a key member of the Blue Pony tennis team, and so much more There is still time for Zach Hellegaard to leave his mark on Havre Blue Pony tennis. And by the looks of... Full story
Skylights land Belt standout
What is already a star-studded 2014 recruiting class got even more star studded for the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball program this week. MSU-N head coach Chris Mouat recently...
MSU-N rodeo teams shine in Bozeman
The Montana State University-Northern rodeo teams opened the spring season in impressive fashion this past weekend. The Lights and Skylights were at the Montana State University Rodeo in Bozeman,...
Hingham farmer, aviator challenges for House seat
A local farmer and aviator is challenging a Republican representative in the 2014 primary in a district that stretches from the Canadian border to Great Falls. Darrold Hutchinson, who farms north of H...
School board gives final OK to elections
The Havre Public School Board of Trustees met Tuesday to take a vote on elections for the school board and to recognize outstanding students. There are five people who are running for the three positions open on the board of trustees. The names of... Full story
Law enforcement, volunteers team up, find runaway
The Hill County Sheriff’s Office, Havre Police Department and U.S. Border Patrol again worked together in a cooperative effort to respond to a local emergency, Border Patrol said in a press release. The three agencies and the Hill County Search... Full story
SkillsUSA tests students technical knowledge
SkillsUSA had its opening ceremony Monday evening, where students heard from many people involved with the annual competition. The Montana state competition has been held at Montana State...
State investigating Jefferson County embezzlement
HELENA (AP) — Jefferson County officials say an audit found just over $104,000 missing from the treasurer's office in fiscal year 2013. Sheriff Craig Doolittle told The Montana Standard (http://bit.ly/1krHmy6) he has asked the state Justice... Full story
Parole board to consider Beach clemency request
HELENA (AP) — The state Board of Pardons and Parole is scheduled to meet at the end of the month to consider Barry Beach's application for clemency in the 1979 killing of a Poplar teen. Executive Director Fern Johnson tells the Great Falls Tribune...