Articles from the June 10, 2014 edition
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Local Golf Report: Saturday was special for everyone
It’s no secret that the game of golf is near and dear to my heart. After all, I spend my summers on the golf course as much as I can, and I spend my winters waiting until I can play golf again. In... Full story
North Stars split with tough Glasgow teams
After taking on Glasgow for the third time in less than a month, the Havre North Stars American Legion baseball team continued to find mixed results against the Reds. In mid-May the North Stars defeated the Reds’ B squad, but fell to the A squad... Full story
Military history buffs want to put on a show
A member of a group dedicated to military re-enactments says his group wants to start bringing military history to Hill County on a regular basis. Thomas Huether of the 1st United States Volunteer Infantry re-enactors told the H. Earl Clack Memorial...
Museum concert proposed, schoolhouse roof completed
The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board heard Monday about a proposed fundraising concert, and discussed how that could be arranged. Board Chair Judi Dritshulas said during the board’s monthly meeting that local musician Kirt Miller approached her...
Our View: The tough job of monitoring elections
The Montana Commissioner of Political Practices is one of the most important offices in state government, though it has a tiny staff and a slim budget. It is the job of the office to monitor elections in the state, making sure that candidates know of... Full story
Agreement ends 2-year sex-assault probe in Montana
HELENA — A Montana county attorney's office will change the way it responds to reports of sexual assaults under an agreement announced Tuesday that ends a federal investigation into whether gender bias played a role in deciding whether to... Full story