Articles from the August 1, 2014 edition
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2014 Frontier Football Preview: The first line of defense in the Frontier
In college football, offense gets all the glory. But most coaches will tell you, defense wins championships. The Frontier Conference is no different. It seems every year, almost every team in the... Full story
National Night Out to foster better relations
People will be able to have a free barbecue meal, see a U.S. Border Patrol helicopter, win a raffle for a gun and help Havre Police officers solve a mock crime. This and much more will take place at...
Interested in housing a hockey player?
Before long, up to 25 members of the Glacier Nationals tier 3 hockey team will be arriving in Havre, ready to start the team’s first season on the Hi-Line. The players will be mostly college-age students and some high school seniors. Part of their...
Western Pharmacy thanks community for support after robbery
In light of recent events, the staff at Western Drug Pharmacy would like to take a moment to say thank you to our community. The amount of support we have received over the past few weeks from patients, local businesses and associations has truly... Full story
Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, August 1, 2014
Laurel — A lot of Hill County residents have never been to the powwow at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation. They are cheating themselves out of a treat. The powwow will be held this weekend. There also will be a rodeo. The grand entry at the powwow is... Full story
Celebrating History: 100 years ago in the Hingham Review
We will take a look at the Hingham Review’s July 31, 1914, issue for this 13th installment celebrating the 150th anniversary of the creation of Montana Territory. A Card Upon my departure from Montana I take the occasion to thus testify my regard...