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Articles from the April 21, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 21, 2014

Ponies shine in home debut

The story for the Havre High softball program early on this season has been too many errors, and that one bad inning defensively that the Blue Ponies just can’t seem to shake from their system. Fort... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 21, 2014

Havre High netters make big strides in Cut Bank

The Havre High boys and girls tennis teams are very busy right now. And the Blue Ponies took a big step forward this past weekend in Cut Bank. The Ponies were in Cut Bank for the annual Class A Duals... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 21, 2014

Stidham sentencing rescheduled

A Havre woman accused of trying to shoot her husband with his own gun will wait at least four more days to hear her sentence. After issues in the presentence investigation report for Cindy R. Stidham, born in 1966, were discussed in a sentencing... Full story


Record Store Day brings old, new favorites to Havre

Vinyl record enthusiasts gathered at the entrance of Creative Leisure Saturday to take home part of the store's Record Store Day stock. National Record Store Day has been April 19 of every year since... Full story


Harlem woman killed in Sunday crash

A Harlem woman was killed in a motor vehicle accident after 4 a.m. Sunday. The Montana Highway Patrol has not released the name of the victim as of this morning but have confirmed that the crash involved a fatality. Highway Patrol reported on its...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 21, 2014

Key Club, Wally Duchscher win United Way Community Spirit awards

Last year, more than 60 times, Havre High School Key Club members answered the call from various community members to provide volunteer hours. Some of the projects were one-time-only efforts, said...

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 21, 2014

Havre man to be honored with achievement award

A Havre man who spent his senior year at Havre High School in the foster care program will be honored today at the Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Conference in Missoula. Austin After Buffalo, 19, will be one of two people honored with the Youth...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 21, 2014

Mental health first aid class set

Local groups are bringing training to Havre to help people learn how to identify mental health problems and help people in crisis receive care, with certification as a Mental Health First Aider available for people who complete the program. The...


Lester Raymond Slonaker

Lester Raymond Slonaker, a lifelong Montanan and longtime Great Falls resident, died Thursday, April 17, 2014, at age 97 after a brief illness. A visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on... Full story


Edith May (Moore) Braun

Edith May (Moore) Braun passed away April 14, 2014, from natural causes at Big Sandy Medical Center. Memorial services will be held Friday, May 2, at 11 a.m., at Big Sandy Methodist Church. Edith was... Full story


Eleanor Mae Wilson

Eleanor Mae Wilson, 85, a long-time resident at 924 2nd Ave NW Great Falls, Mont., died on Monday, April 14, of natural causes at Missouri River Manor in Great Falls. Funeral services will be held at... Full story


Man shot by federal marshal dies

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A defendant died after being shot by a U.S. marshal on Monday during an attack on a witness during a trial in a new federal courthouse in Salt Lake City, the FBI said. Siale... Full story


Our View: Here's how Helena could help the Hi-Line

Leaders of the Democratic caucus in the Montana House and Senate will be in Havre Wednesday for an all-day listening session. Democrats insist that except for a barbecue at Sen. Greg Jergeson’s house, the visit is not overtly political. We... Full story

 By Evan Barrett    Opinion    April 21, 2014

Living up to the legacy

Twenty years ago, Billings set the standard for community rejection of hatred and bigotry by saying no to racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic ultra-right-wing extremist behavior. We all know the story of how extremist hateful and bigoted activity... Full story


Rocky Boy needs a new generation of leaders

It's a disgrace to hear all about the fraud on the rez. It was a wonderful thing to receive all of that money for the water projects. The tribe has come a very long way. I remember when I/we used to haul water. My brother Duncan was more like my... Full story

 By Mary Owens    Opinion    April 21, 2014

Car seat safety is critical

Many people are wondering what is the law on child passenger seats and where can we get them checked. The Montana law for child passenger seats: Section 1. Section 61-9-420, MCA, is amended to read: "61-9-420. Child safety restraint systems —... Full story


Deputy loses job after DUI charge

GREAT FALLS (AP) — A Cascade County sheriff's deputy who has been honored for his work in preventing drunk driving has lost his job after being charged with driving under the influence. Human Resources Director Dewey Goering tells the Great Falls... Full story


Eastlick pleads guilty to helping embezzle federal aid

HELENA (AP) — A man has pleaded guilty to helping a former state legislator embezzle federal money meant for the Chippewa Cree tribe. James Howard Eastlick appeared in U.S. District Court in Great Falls on Monday to plead guilty to aiding and... Full story


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