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Articles from the May 29, 2015 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    May 29, 2015

North Stars finally head to the diamond

The Havre North Stars American Legion baseball team may have already opened their season three weeks ago. But due to scheduling conflicts and a postponed doubleheader, the North Stars will basically...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    May 29, 2015

Train shot at, BNSF offers reward

Shots were fired at a westbound BNSF Railway train east of Chinook early Saturday morning, and the company is offering a $2,500 reward for information. No one was injured, but the train was forced to stop. There was damage to the train, said BNSF...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 29, 2015

New book chronicles 1960 Gildford state championship

The author of a book chronicling Gildford High School’s 1960 Class C state championship in boys basketball will be making the rounds in the coming days. Frank Spragg, a Montana native, recently...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 29, 2015

Skylights add setter

As summer approaches, the start of the 2015 Montana State University-Northern volleyball season is not that far off. And Northern head coach Bill Huebsch continues to bolster his roster. Earlier this...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 29, 2015

Chinook stars to play in 8-man All-Star game

A pair of recently graduated Chinook athletes will put their football pads on one more time this weekend. Chinook’s Gavin Gunderson and Lane Seymour will both play in the The 32nd Bob Cleverley...

 

Out Our Way: Rode hard and put away wet?

Thou shall remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy. Exodus 20:8   Out our way, the best farmers and ranchers recognize the need to take care of what has been entrusted to them. The successful farmer, for example, knows to rotate crops and to...

 

Pastor's Corner: The Golden Rule

As Christians we have the opportunity, the right, and the responsibility to live a life pleasing to God. But so many times what we call pleasing to God is really about pleasing the status quo, our friends and family, our boss, our community, or...

 

Pastor's Corner: On being a victorious Christian

I really want to live the victorious Christian life. Don’t you? I mean, don’t you want to be one of those Christians that others look up to — a person with a faith that never wavers; a Christian who knows just the right thing to say and do to...

 

Hi-Line Living: Graduation celebrations

Graduates from throughout the Hi-Line celebrated commencement ceremonies over the last two weeks. The type of ceremonies varied. In some schools, Pomp and Circumstance was played as students paraded...

 

McIntosh-Clontz engagement

Steve and Wanda McIntosh of Havre are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Jessica McIntosh to Tim Clontz. A June 20, 2015, wedding is planned in Havre. Jessica graduated from Havre...

 

Anderson-Hurd engagement

Jennifer Anderson and Ryan Hurd of Havre will be married on June 6. Jennifer is the daughter of Bruce and Sally Anderson of Chinook. She graduated from Chinook High School and received a degree in...

 

Robertson graduates from Concordia

Sabrina Robertson, a graduate of Havre High School, has graduated from Concordia College of Moorhead, Minnesota, majoring in theater and psychology. She is the daughter of Dana (Jay) Pyette and granddaughter of Dona Woods of Havre, Jerry Woods of...

 

Schubert graduates from Concordia

Kaylee Schubert, a 2011 Havre High School graduate, has received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia College. She graduated cum laude. Kaylee majored in vocal music education and minored in religion. She is the daughter of Bob and Joni...

 

Wavrick earns LPN in Missoula

Havre High School graduate Michelle Wavrick, graduated in 2012 from University of Montana with a bachelor’s degree in forensic anthropology and from Missoula College in 2015 with an LPN degree. She had a 4.0 grade point average. Michelle, who...

 

Rocky Boy Jr./Sr. High School names Students of the Month

The junior high school staff at Rocky Boy would like to present the May students of the Month: Jaynah Gopher, a seventh-grader and daughter of Keith and Carrie Gopher, is a May Student of the Month. Jaynah’s teachers describe her as hardworking,...

 

Library News and Views: 'Two Moments of Glory'

By Rachel Rawn Frank Spragg will be discussing his book “Two Moments of Glory” at the Havre-Hill County Library Wednesday, June 3, at 7 p.m. Frank grew up in Montana and received a Bachelor of Arts in history from Brigham Young University. In...

 

Obituary - Diane Daniel Davis

Diane Daniel Davis, 68, died May 22, of natural causes. She was preceded in death by her mother, Marjorie Faechner Daniel Johnson; father, Robert Daniel; stepfather, Gerald Johnson, brother, Dale Daniel; sister, Judy Sarrels; and daughter, Theresa... Full story

 

Agenda: Hill County Commission

MONDAY 8 a.m. –  Center for Mental Health Board Meeting — Mike 3 p.m. – UDB Union Meeting TUESDAY   9:30 a.m. – Road Supervisor – Otto 10:30 am – Milk River plan review WEDNESDAY 10 a.m. – District 4 and 5 annual meeting...

 

For the Record, May 29, 2015

Havre Police Department Lindsey Marie Casebolt, 27, of Havre was issued a summons on a charge of criminal contempt after a 24/7 Sobriety Program no show at 8:21 a.m. Thursday at the police station. —— Officers investigated a 9:11 a.m. Thursday...

 

Letter to the Editor: Search & Rescue thanks Pizza Hut, Havre for support

Editor: Hill County Search and Rescue would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to Pizza Hut for sponsoring the fundraiser held on April 14, and to the people of Havre and surrounding communities for their support and generosity. HCSAR has been...

 

Letter to the Editor: Book tells story of basketball rivalry, small town living in Montana

Editor: As a local historian, I read many books pertaining to the history of this area, Montana and the American West. Most of these books are excellent, providing useful and interesting information about the subject at hand, but sometimes some...

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    May 29, 2015

View from the North 40: Proudly flying the fail flag

Some topics are of such great importance that they beg to be illuminated by the written word, though doing so endangers the writer’s very wellbeing. Thus it is, dear readers, I write this column at grave peril to myself because, I must say, the...

 

Letter to the Editor: Thanks police for protecting her, community

Editor: I am writing to thank all of our local cops for putting their lives on the line every day to protect me and the citizens of Havre, especially right now. I need all the protection I can get. Dorothy Solomon Havre...

 

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel and Dart — Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison of Lee Newspapers have been the deans of the Helena press corps for a long time. The two will retire today Johnson started his career covering the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention, He is...

 

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