Articles from the June 6, 2014 edition
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Local gridders set to play in All-Star games
The All-Star football summer circuit begins with a bang this weekend. And several area players will be part of the action. The annual Eight-Man All-Star game will be held Saturday night in Butte, and...
Sexual harassment claim against ex-provost surfaces
Then-Montana State University-Northern Provost Rosalyn Templeton repeatedly touched Dean Randy Bachmeier inappropriately over the course of three years. When Bachmeier filed a sexual harassment claim... Full story
Living History highlights the lore of Havre
Saturday is the day area historical attractions combine their efforts to show what life was like in the early days of Havre — or, as is the case with the Wahpa Chu’gn Buffalo Jump and Fort Assinniboine — before Havre existed. Here is a lineup...
Celebrating History: Picnics, carnivals and flies
We return to Box Elder for this 22nd installment celebrating Montana Territory’s 150th anniversary. The following entries were found in the June 5, 1914, issue of The Box Elder Valley Press. The Farmers’ Picnic Everybody Invited to Help Make It...
The life of a highway flagger
There are two seasons in Montana, winter and road construction, or so the old joke says. While construction crews toil away with all manner of heavy equipment on the inside of a construction project...
Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, June 6, 2014
Laurel — One of the great things about Havre is that the community is always stepping forward to help out neighbors in need — even neighbors people don’t know directly. This weekend, benefits will be held at the Havre Eagles Club for two women... Full story