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Articles from the July 18, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 18, 2013

Gov's Main Street Montana coming to Fort Belknap

A project started by Gov. Steve Bullock to draft a blueprint for job creation is coming to north-central Montana Indian Country July 25, in coordination with other major events including a Fort Belknap Indian Reservation powwow and the grand opening... Full story

 By Shelby Stormer    Local    July 18, 2013

Local student to attend leadership program in NY

Morgan Jappe, upcoming Havre High School senior, will be attending the National Student Leadership Conference at Fordham University in New York. The conference is in its 24th year and will take place Tuesday through Aug. 3. At the conference,... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 18, 2013

Border Patrol assists in Glacier County rescue

U.S. Border Patrol agents Wednesday helped Glacier County sheriff’s deputies locate and rescue three juveniles who went missing on a float trip. Border Patrol agents from Shelby located the three and helped them reach the deputies and emergency... Full story


Fred Gomke

Fred Gomke, age 75, died July 16, 2013 in Great Falls. No services are presently planned. There will be a celebration of life at the Tip It Bar at a later date.  He is survived by his sisters,... Full story


At the Great Northern Fair

Great Northern Fair schedule of events Today 7-11 a.m. — 4-H market animal weigh-in 11 a.m. — 4-H Chuckwagon, exhibit buildings and concessions open Noon — Vendors and commercial building open... Full story


Langels celebrate 100-year anniversary

A family returned to the Hi-Line from around the state and across the country this month to celebrate 100 years of farming on the Hi-Line. More than 65 descendants of Joe Langel traveled to the land... Full story

 By Lindsay Brown    Local    July 18, 2013

Donation for St. Jude's

From the left, Dylan Kuhn, Jessie Kuhn, Mackenzie Kuhn, Kim Cripps, A.J. Arjanen, Shawn Bickford, Matthew Jones, Jack Murray, the Rev. Daniel Wathen, Joyce Hellman, Kathryn Tilleman, Colby Tilleman,... Full story


For the Record, July 18, 2013

Havre Police Department During a motor vehicle stop on 1st Street West at 8:12 a.m. Tuesday an officer arrested a 23-year-old Hays woman on a Justice or City court warrant ——— A caller reported Tuesday at 8:40 a.m. finding plants destroyed and... Full story

 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    July 18, 2013

Impressions: Revisiting graduation, fifty years later

I walked into the empty gym at Harlem High. Not the same gym from which I graduated. Not the same school, but one rebuilt after a fire 25 years ago. The “Little Gym” and band room are the only rem... Full story

 By Rick Neuwerth    Opinion    July 18, 2013

Grateful, but not Dead

There has been a rumor floating around that I had another heart attack and died. This was simply a misunderstanding on someone's part, not a malicious plot. I am alive and well. Unfortunately, many caring people gave needlessly worried. I have... Full story


Havre is a rodeo town, and this is rodeo time

Havre, Chinook, Big Sandy, the entire Hi-Line for that matter, it’s all rodeo country. There’s no denying that. And this week marks the biggest rodeo week of the year. It’s Great Northern Fair... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    July 18, 2013

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Havre's David Denny has always been a baseball player

Over the years, chances are David Denny could be found on either the baseball diamond, or the golf course. Denny has been a steady participant and athlete in Havre, making a lot of noise on the Havre... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    July 18, 2013

Blue Ponies ready to shine at Shrine Game

If you already find yourself counting down the days until the return of football season, chances are you are not alone. But don’t lose hope, because the annual Montana East-West Shrine Game is just... Full story


Pepin Park Playmobile program not running Friday.

The Pepin Park Summer Program’s Playmobile will not be running on Friday The city;s Parks and Recreation Department apologize for any inconvenience. For further information call 265-5781.... Full story


Montana Regents anti-bias policy adds gender ID

BOZEMAN — The state Board of Regents has voted to broaden the university system's anti-discrimination policy to require campuses to ensure there's no discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation. Board members voted 4-0 in a... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Sports    July 18, 2013

Judge keeps St. Marks on Rocky Boy ballot

Ken Blatt St. Marks has apparently survived another effort to get him off the ballot in the July 30 elections for Chippewa Cree tribal chair. St. Marks said Tribal Judge Donna Running Wolf ruled Thursday that the provision of tribal code that the... Full story


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