Articles from the April 18, 2014 edition
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HHS netters excited for Havre Invite
The Havre High tennis teams are in Cut Bank today and Saturday for some big duals against Class A rivals from the west. But the busy weekend will spill over into next week for the Blue Pony netters....
Tadios gets attorney for $500 a month, trial set for June 25
A woman accused of embezzling money from the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation health care system to pay for trips to visit her husband while he was serving a sentence for embezzling from Rocky Boy can get an attorney — with a price. Fawn Tadios,... Full story
Northern students, faculty receive highest award
The Student Excellence Award is the highest award given by Montana State University-Northern. Provost William Rugg stood at a podium before a crowd in the Student Union Building Ballroom to give this...
Visitor restrictions in place at care center
Some holiday events have been canceled at the Northern Montana Care Center, and the administration is requiring visitors to take extra steps to prevent spreading norovirus to its residents. Care Center Administrator Ron Gleason said this morning...
Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, April 18, 2014
Laurel — Havre High School students and those from several other area high schools did very well at the District 7 Music Festival last weekend. It was a tribute to the students, their talent and their hard work that they did such a good job. It... Full story
Activities and crafts at Hands on History
Story by John Paul Schmidt Photos by Eric Seidle Hands On History celebrated its 10-year anniversary Saturday with a record amount of support and attendees. This is the largest event of the year for...
Federal, state leaders condemn Keystone delay
HELENA (AP) — Montana officials are condemning a new delay in the decision whether to approve construction of an oil pipeline from Canada. The U.S. State Department said Friday it is giving federal agencies more time to review the Keystone XL... Full story
Proposed initiative seeks to ban all marijuana
HELENA (AP) — A Billings car-dealership owner has proposed a ballot measure that would completely ban the use and possession of marijuana in Montana, even for medical uses. The proposal by Steve Zabawa would change state law to say any Schedule I... Full story
Western officials discuss taking land from feds
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Officials from nine Western states say it's time they take control of federal lands within their borders. The lawmakers and county commissioners met at Utah's Capitol on Friday to discuss their joint goal of wresting oil-,... Full story
UPDATE: Creeping landslide devouring part of Wyoming town
Creeping landslide devouring part of Wyoming town MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — What's happening in this Wyoming resort town might be better described as a land creep than a... Full story
Foundation head expects assets to grow to $150M
HELENA (AP) — The chairman of a foundation funded by the sale of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana says he expects the foundation's assets to grow from $40 million to more than $150 million. Board chairman Denis Prager says the Montana... Full story
Harlem woman killed in crash near Havre
GREAT FALLS (AP) — The Montana Highway Patrol says a woman was killed and two men were injured when a minivan crashed east of Havre. The Great Falls Tribune reports (http://gftrib.com/1pkCpJt ) the Dodge Caravan drifted off U.S. Highway 2 shortly... Full story