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Articles from the April 24, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 24, 2014

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Sydne Huston, Havre Softball

Sydne Huston has put in a lot of work on the softball diamond over the years, and it is that effort that has resulted in Huston being an intrigal part of the Havre High softball program. Playing...

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 24, 2014

Ponies set for a busy two days

Some changes have been made to the Havre High softball schedule for this weekend’s action, and the Central A Blue Ponies are also entering somewhat blind, but no matter the weather, and no matter th...

 By George Ferguson    Sports    April 24, 2014

Harlem's Seth Adams signs with Montana Tech

Harlem high school football has had some hard times over the last few years. But it’s not for a lack of dedication and hard work. And for one Wildcat, that hard work and dedication is paying off in...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 24, 2014

Democrats have full day in Havre

Democratic legislative leaders spent all day in Havre touring facilities and listening to residents and officials talk on a plethora of topics, with the day starting at a 7 a.m. breakfast session at N...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 24, 2014

MAT brings 'Chicago' to Havre

The local acting troupe is bringing both New York and The Windy City to Havre starting this week, with Montana Actors' Theatre's production of the musical "Chicago." The Broadway institution, which...

 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    April 24, 2014

Folfers throw frisbees at tournament

Eight competitors signed up to participate in the 13th Annual Tucker Montgomery Folf Tournament at Montana State University-Northern Wednesday. The word folf is made up of the words "frisbee golf,"...

 Opinion    April 24, 2014

Our View: Havre school board sets tone for the district

Much of the future success of Havre depends on the Havre Public Schools. The school district has the task of educating our young people — academically and socially — so they are ready to meet the challenges of the mid-21st century. Faced with...

 By Loren Rose    Opinion    April 24, 2014

Kudos to Bullock for offering breath of fresh air

The recently passed Farm Bill provided an opportunity for states to assist the Forest Service in getting much-needed work done on federal land. States had 60 days to designate appropriate lands to the agency. Our governor, Steve Bullock, did a wonder...