Articles from the May 12, 2014 edition
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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...
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...
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...
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
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
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