Articles from the September 18, 2013 edition

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Northern to receive over $1.7 million from grant

Montana State University-Northern will receive a $1.7 million grant to help training people for full-time jobs. The Northern grant is part of a $25 million grant given to colleges around the state. The goal of this, according to a press release, is...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 18, 2013

Local group interested in picking up rodeo

The manager of the Great Northern Fairgrounds told the fair board at its monthly meeting Tuesday that a local group is interested in picking up the rodeo at the annual Hill County fair. “They wanted to have a meeting with me first. I don’t know...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 18, 2013

Fair board told it should 'think outside the box'

The Great Northern Fair Board was urged at its monthly meeting Tuesday to look at some new ideas for events and ways to adjust management at the county fairgrounds to try to raise its revenue. Board member Gus Sharp said he wants the board to look...

 

Stand-alone photo: A colorful welcome

Morgan Hall Resident Director Mariah Bingeman paints a step at Montana State University-Northern Tuesday afternoon. Clubs and residential floors painted steps as a Homecoming Week event on campus....

 

Stand-alone photo: 100 years of Sinclair

Mike Oppegaard lowers the signature Sinclair dinosaur down to Scott Warren earlier this month at Stromberg's Sinclair. For the hundredth anniversary of Sinclair, new signage was installed by QRS...

 

James Merle (Jimmy) Pursley

The ranching community lost a well- known, loved and admired rancher on Sept. 15, 2013. Jim Pursley died due to a ranching accident on his ranch north of Chinook doing what he loved most. Funeral...

 

For the Record, September 18, 2013

Havre Police Department A summons was issued to a 17-year-old for possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia after officers investigated a 1:35 p.m. Tuesday call from the high school. ——— Officers investigated fraud activity on a cred...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Kaylie Gilman

Kaylie Gilman is a former Havre High Blue Pony. She was on the verge of being a Pony standout on the basketball court, volleyball court, and on the track in Havre, but wound up being a standout for...

 

Skylights gain more votes in NAIA poll

The goal for the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team is to take care of business at home. But opening up with rival, and NAIA power Carroll College doesn’t make that goal easy....

 

Local Bowling Report: Bowling is back on the Hi-Line

After several months of no league bowling, Hi-Line Lanes welcomed back bowlers in all leagues. Scores did not show that they took any time off, as the scores were as hot as the 90-degree weather. Roman Surber just missed another 300 with a 297, (his...

 

Our View: Police Chief Fitch accomplished a lot in a short time

Kirk Fitch’s time as Havre police chief was short, but its impact was great. Fitch announced Monday he was retiring at the end of the month after spending a little less than two years in office. When he assumed office, the police department was at...

 

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