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Articles from the August 6, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 6, 2013

What direction should Beaver Creek Park go?

Two recurring themes again cropped up during a lengthy and sometimes contentious Hill County Park Board meeting: What future should be pursued for the park, and are park users all treated the same. Renelle Braaten, attending her first board meeting... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 6, 2013

FEMA suggests anti-flooding efforts at park

Studies to reduce damage from what seems to be almost annual flood disasters could be in Beaver Creek Park’s future. Two members of the Federal Emergency Management Agency team helping assess damage from this spring’s flooding and write up... Full story


Garden of the Week

Donna Shulund looks over a flower arrangement at her home at 412 14th St. W. in Havre, She and her husband, Melvin, are longtime gardeners. Their home was tapped by the Bullocks Blossoms Garden Club... Full story


Mariani's comeback making big strides

Marc Mariani’s first training camp with the Tennessee Titans, now nearly four years ago, was a difficult one. At the time, Mariani was a seventh-round draft pick out of Montana and was considered a... Full story


Local Golf Report: Sign up for Havre Wrestling Club Tourney

Last week I reported that it was the final week of the men’s league regular season at Prairie Farms Golf Course. I guess I was wrong, and for yours truly, whose team has yet to secure a playoff... Full story


Local netters compete at prestigious tournament

A pair of current Havre High tennis players took to the courts in Missoula this past week, competing in the Montana State Junior Open. Havre High sophomores Jeff Miller and Jerod Boles both competed in the event, which is one of the biggest tennis... Full story


Judge tells ATP to pay state's attorney fees

HELENA (AP) — A judge says a secretive group known for bucking campaign finance laws has to pay the state's attorney fees in one ongoing case. District Judge Jeffrey Sherlock said in an order issued last week that American Tradition Partnership... Full story


Federal agency turns over bison hazing documents

HELENA (AP) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has turned over its analysis on the effects of hazing bison back into Yellowstone National Parks on threatened grizzly bears after a conservation group sued for the information. U.S. District Judge... Full story


Gary Beckman

Gary Beckman Gary Beckman, 60, left us on July 24, 2013, at Renown Skilled Nursing Center in Sparks, Nev., at 3:16 p.m. A service was held in Sparks, Nev., July 28 at 11 a.m. A local memorial service... Full story


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