Articles from the June 24, 2014 edition
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Local Golf Report: Rain disrupts golf league action
Rain, and lots of it was the story line on the local golf scene this past week. But while local golf courses saw heavy rain early in the week, the sun and fun returned just in time for the weekend.... Full story
Lights hold annual high school team camp
Montana State University-Northern men’s basketball coach Shawn Huse held his annual Lights Team Camp over the weekend. The camp ran Thursday through Saturday at the Armory Gymnasium. Huse said the...
Range Days in full swing at Camp Kiwanis
Montana Range Days began Monday at Camp Kiwanis in Beaver Creek Park, teaching students of all ages to identify up to 100 plants. Jan Pratt, a member of the board of directors for Range Days, said...
Teen, father charged in rape, witness tampering
A Havre High School student and his father are charged in separate cases alleging the youth raped a Havre High School girl and he and his father both told the girl not to go to the police. Ryan Holsapple, 17, at the time of the alleged incident, and... Full story
Power outage planned for Saturday
Hill County Electric Cooperative will have power interrupted to members served by the Havre substation Saturday, while Western Area Power Administration works on the substation. The interruption will begin at 9 a.m. and may last until 7 p.m. HCE...
(2:35 p.m.) Power outage caused by Ft. Assinniboine substation
The power outage that took out the power across the Hi-Line from Chester to Glasgow was caused by a problem in the Fort Assinniboine substation. NorthWestern Energy spokesperson Claudia Rapkoch said the outage was caused by a security measure that... Full story
Montana to notify 1.3 million of computer hacking
HELENA (AP) — Montana officials said Tuesday they are notifying 1.3 million people that their personal information could have been accessed by hackers who broke into a state health department computer server. The letters are going to people whose... Full story
APNewsBreak: Oil train info shows heavy traffic
BILLINGS (AP) — Disclosures from railroads about volatile oil shipments from the Northern Plains show dozens of the trains passing weekly through Illinois and the Midwest and up to 19 a week reaching Washington state on the West Coast. The... Full story
Blackfeet program leaders sentenced in fraud case
HELENA (AP) — The leaders and two employees of a Blackfeet Indian project for troubled youth were sentenced Tuesday for their roles in defrauding the federally funded program. Francis Onstad and Delyle "Shanny" Augare pleaded guilty in February to... Full story
Flags ordered to half-staff after crash killed 6
HELENA (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock has ordered that flags be flown at half-staff Wednesday to honor six people, including the Three Forks fire chief, who were killed in a crash east of Helena last week. Authorities continue to investigate Thursday's... Full story