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Articles from the May 12, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    May 12, 2014

Ponies left to wait to play Livingston

According to the 2014 schedule, the Havre High softball program was in line to have a pretty busy conference weekend. But more spring rain made its way through the area, and instead of three Central... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    May 12, 2014

North Stars drop season openers

Baseball is back on the Hi-Line, and more specifically Havre, as the Havre North Stars American Legion baseball team played a season-opening doubleheader over the weekend. As the North Stars continue to try and climb out of the rebuilding stages...

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    May 12, 2014

Blue Pony netters sharpen up in Helena

The Helena Invitational tennis tournament is without question the toughest tournament on the Montana high school circuit during the regular season. And though wins are hard to come by, Havre High... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 12, 2014

Gardipee to admit reduced charge

The second defendant charged in the Oct. 21 death of an 11-month-old child has agreed to plead guilty to the lesser charge in the indictment. Cecelia Rose Gardipee has signed an agreement to plead guilty to assault resulting in serious bodily injury... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    May 12, 2014

19-year-old killed in weekend car crash

A 19-year-old Fort Belknap Indian Reservation woman was killed in a car crash Saturday. Janika Louise Doney, whose Assiniboine name is Naza Wiya, is a college student and Harlem resident who died in a car crash in Fort Belknap Saturday. The Fort...

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    May 12, 2014

Walleyes Unlimited teaches kids

The Fresno Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited held its Kids Education Day at Fresno Reservoir Friday and gave area students a chance to learn about fishing and fish. Walleyes Unlimited holds the event ever... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    May 12, 2014

Stone Child graduates walk across stage

The 2014 class of Stone Child College received diplomas Friday. The class of 34 students sat in their gowns and caps and listened to guest speakers before receiving their associates degrees or certifi...

 
 Obituaries    May 12, 2014

Dwane Lyle Amor

Dwane Lyle Amor, 77, of Havre, passed away May 9, 2014, at Highgate Senior living in Bozeman. Dwane was born Feb. 20, 1937, in Williston, North Dakota, to Esther and Harlan Amor. The family moved to H... Full story

 
 Obituaries    May 12, 2014

Janika Louise Doney

Janika Louise Doney, 19, of Harlem, whose Assiniboine name was “Naza Wiya” Iron Woman, a college student, died Saturday, May 10, in an automobile accident on Fort Belknap. Wake and rosary will be 7 p.m., Monday, May 12 at the Red Whip Recreation... Full story

 
 By LISA BAUMANN Associated Press    State News    May 12, 2014

Little Shell optimistic on federal recognition 


HELENA — Leaders of an American Indian tribe in Montana awaiting federal recognition say they are closer than ever to that goal. The Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians Council Chairman Gerald Gray spoke with Gov. Steve Bullock last week. Gray... Full story

 
 Opinion    May 12, 2014

Our View: Hi-Line schools should be applauded for solar projects

Several schools along the Hi-Line are taking part in a program to add solar panel laboratories at their buildings. Under a program funded by NorthWestern Energy, the schools will build solar system that will be used to lower the electric bills of... Full story

 
 By State Sen. Jennifer Fielder    Opinion    May 12, 2014

Public lands need Montana values

It's a big idea and it's rightfully reaping big debate nationwide. Can and should states assume control of federally held public lands within our borders? Many colleagues and experts throughout the we... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Opinion    May 12, 2014

Welcome school board members - now get ready to get blasted

School board members were elected in communities throughout the Hi-Line last week. There is something very American about school elections. It’s a time when voters — though usually far too few — go to the polls to decide on policy for the two... Full story