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Articles from the May 20, 2014 edition

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 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 20, 2014

Sugarbeeters reign supreme in tennis

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have ruled the Northern B-C Division of girls tennis for a long time now. And nothing is changing anytime soon. This past weekend, the Beeters dominated the 2014 Northern B-C... Full story

 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 20, 2014

Local Golf Report: Ladies fight cancer of all forms

For years, one of the most important tournaments on the local golf scene has been the Havre Women Fighting Breast Cancer Tournament. The event has raised a lot of money, as well as awareness for such... Full story


Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Ella Billmayer, Turner Track The Turner girls track team isn’t known for racking up District 9C medals. But that’s exactly what sophomore Ella Billmayer did at last Wednesday’s 9C district meet... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 20, 2014

Ways sought to curb teen drinking

A group at a town hall meeting held Monday to find ways to curb underage drinking came to a consensus on the best first steps to take — reaching out to adults and better enforcing laws in place, especially Havre’s social host ordinance.... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 20, 2014

Crazyboy gets suspended sentence on car dragging

A Havre women who pleaded guilty to dragging a relative with a car, nearly running over her, after stealing the victim’s purse will spend most of three years on probation for her actions. Leslie A. Crazyboy, born in 1979, pleaded guilty in April... Full story


City council raises wastewater rates

The public hearing on the proposal to raise rates for wastewater services was made fairly easy for Havre City Council Monday night. No one showed up to comment. City Clerk Doug Kaercher read off two written comments and spoke of several phone calls... Full story


Roger Marden

Roger Marden, 65, of Havre, passed away Sunday, May 18, 2014. Services will be held at a later date in Havre. Cremation has taken place under direction of Schnider Funeral Home.... Full story

 By Eric Seidle    Local    May 20, 2014

Quick Pic: Cleaning up Havre

Ryan Turner, left, and his wife, Tylyn, unload bags of grass and left over brush Saturday morning at Zip Trip on 11th Street West during Havre Pride. Havre Pride is conducted twice a year to... Full story


Quick Pic: Simply Natural cooking

Chef Ben Thorpe of the Grand Union Restaurant in Fort Benton shows his audience how to create their own kimchi and sauerkraut at Simply Natural Monday as part of the monthly cooking series the store... Full story


Prosecutors won't seek death in oil patch killing

BILLINGS (AP) — Prosecutors say they no longer will pursue the death penalty against a Colorado man suspected of killing a teacher in eastern Montana's oil patch. Tuesday's move by Richland County Attorney Mike Weber comes after psychiatrists... Full story


Industry: Bakken oil not more risky than others

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Oil industry representatives are pushing back against tougher rules for rail cars carrying crude despite a string of fiery accidents and insisting that oil shipped by train from the Northern Plains is no more dangerous than so... Full story


Exploding targets banned in Idaho, Montana, Dakotas

KEITH RIDLER, Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service has banned exploding targets in northern Idaho, Montana, North Dakota and portions of South Dakota because of wildfire and public safety concerns. Northern Region Forester... Full story


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