Articles from the May 30, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    May 30, 2013

Flood watch in effect on Hi-Line through Friday

After a relatively dry winter and early spring, a weather pattern is bringing enough rain to the area that National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for north-central Montana. The storm that socked in Wednesday evening is expected to bring... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Local    May 30, 2013

Montana Range Days coming to Havre

For the first time in its history, Montana’s premiere range education event is coming to Hill County for a two-year stint in Havre. Montana Range Days, hosted this year and next by the Hill County Conservation District, will run June 24-26 this yea... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    May 30, 2013

Living History: 2,000 years on display

Starting about 2,000 years ago, Native Americans used a buffalo jump just west of what is now Havre to kill bison and feed their families. Just over 100 years ago, downtown Havre was a colorful city... Full story


Our View: Living History, be sure not the miss it

People from the United States and Canada flock to many of the historical attractions on the Hi-Line, but lots of local people have never taken in the sights. Some even have problems giving directions to visitors. When folks stop Havreites on the stre... Full story

 By Sonda Ashton    Opinion    May 30, 2013

Downsizing my life: Door number one

One windy day last October, I tripped over a leaf-covered obstruction in the sidewalk and broke my wrist. Looking back, my painful wrist was the first catalyst I can identify that began to steer my... Full story

 By Mary Owens    Opinion    May 30, 2013

Thanks owed to many for Buckle Up successes

Editor: On behalf of the Hill County Buckle Up Coalition, I would like to thank everybody who helped contribute to our Ghost-Out project at Havre High School on May 15. Thank you to all students whom we took out of class and painted their faces. We... Full story


Thanks to so many for four years of success

Editor: Dear people of Havre: May 2013 is the fourth anniversary of Havre Grateful Bread. Time flies by so fast. Below are the things I'm grateful for over these last four years. The people of Havre for their kind and generous spirit. My family and... Full story

 By Travis Kavulla    Opinion    May 30, 2013

Is the sage grouse more important than energy independence?

When did the sage grouse become a national priority surpassing energy independence, and does this fowl really require millions of acres of energy-rich land to survive? Those are the obvious questions... Full story


For the Record, May 30, 2013

Havre Police Department A 14th Avenue caller reported two dogs running loose at 11:18 a.m. Wednesday, and responding officers issued a summons to a 33-year-old Havre man for dog at large. ——— Officers investigated a possible scam reported from... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    May 30, 2013

Holdsclaw goes big, chooses Grizzlies

If you were never able to see Havre High’s Thurman Holdsclaw play football, you missed a lot of great performances on the gridiron. His two-year prep career went by in a flash, but fortunately for f... Full story

 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 30, 2013

Six Pony fastpitch players earn Central A accolades

The Havre High fastpitch softball team was just a couple of runs from making the 2013 Class A state tournament. And while the Blue Ponies didn’t quite reach their ultimate goal, they certainly have... Full story


Police: Senator fled traffic stop on US Highway 2

HELENA (AP) — A state senator and Blackfeet tribal leader fled a traffic stop after telling a sheriff's deputy who smelled alcohol in his vehicle that he had no jurisdiction to arrest him, Glacier County authorities said Wednesday. A sheriff's... Full story


Track and field day

Fifth-graders from Sunnyside Intermediate form a human pyramid during Wednesday's track and field day at the Havre Middle School track. See tommorrow's Hi-Line Living for more photos from... Full story


Woman charged with abusing men at veteran's home

GLENDIVE (AP) — Dawson County officials have filed four counts of elder abuse against a woman who worked at the Eastern Montana Veteran's Home in Glendive. Susan Stablefeldt was arraigned Tuesday in District Court in Glendive. She has not entered... Full story


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