Articles from the June 20, 2014 edition
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MSU-N's Mack sits in eight place at CNFR
Montana State University-Northern senior Charlie Mack is having quite the time at the 2014 College National Finals Rodeo. Through three rounds of competition Mack sits eighth in the bareback riding...
MAT children's theater camp wraps up with 'Hollywood Lights' tonight
Another children's theater camp was finishing up this morning, with the participants' own play, "Hollywood Lights," set to run at 7 tonight at the Little Theatre in Montana State U... Full story
Houle, Sunchild named in Tadios brief
The former top official of the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation health care system is set to go on trial for embezzlement charges Wednesday, and a pretrial legal brief says two tribal council members are under investigation as well. Fawn Tadios,...
Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, June 30, 2014
Laurel — The United Way of Hill County will hold its Day of Action Saturday. At noon and again at 2 p.m., they are asking volunteers to come to Van Orsdel United Methodist Church to help package food — macaroni and cheese and beans and rice —... Full story
Acupuncture sticks on the Hi-Line
The more than 2,000-year-old practice of acupuncture is alive on the Hi-Line. Acupuncture is a medical practice in which thin needles are inserted into key points along the body to relieve symptoms...
Celebrating History: Summer events on the Hi-Line
We return to Box Elder for this 24th installment of this series celebrating Montana Territory’s 150th anniversary. Here is some of what was in the June 19, 1914 issue. Like Hingham, Box Elder was having a contest for a piano. The Valley Mercantile...
Family, fire chief killed in fiery Helena area crash
HELENA (AP) - A fire engine and a pickup truck collided on a Montana highway, causing an explosion and fire that killed a family of five and a volunteer fire chief, authorities said. There were no... Full story
Feds to help keep sage grouse off threatened list
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The Obama administration is launching an effort to accelerate protection of sage grouse along the California-Nevada line with $31 million in spending through 2024 to help ranchers and others improve habitat in what one top... Full story
Glacier National Park getting back to normal
KALISPELL (AP) — Parts of Glacier National Park are reopening after being closed by heavy rain this past week. The St. Mary Campground was closed but is now open with limited camp sites available. The Waterton Shoreline Cruise Co. has resumed... Full story
Update: Republicans vote to have closed primary
BILLINGS (AP) — Montana Republicans resolved Saturday to close their primary elections to nonparty members and adopt a runoff system for the general election, following a fierce internal debate that underscores lingering divisions within the party... Full story
Ravalli County Commission acts on treasurer issue
HAMILTON (AP) — The Ravalli County Commission has asked embattled interim treasurer Valerie Stamey to immediately resign or face suspension without pay. The unanimous action Friday by the commissioners came after a nearly four-hour meeting. They... Full story