Articles from the August 12, 2014 edition
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2014 Frontier Football Preview: Tight ends are weapons too
The tight end is one of the few unsung heroes of offensive football. At least that's the way it used to be. Now however, tight ends have become much more athletic, much more powerful and much more of... Full story
Local Golf Report: Pony golf season starts Thursday
Many of us have been doing it all summer long. But now, it’s time for the high school golfers at Havre High to tee it up. Thursday morning, the Blue Pony boys and girls golf teams will get their... Full story
Three Frontier teams ranked in NAIA Poll
Three Frontier Conference teams are ranked in the 2014 NAIA Football Coaches' Preseason Top 25 Poll. Defending conference champion Carroll College is ranked second. The Saints, 12-2 overall last...
Appreciates support for Relay for Life team
Thanks to everyone in Havre who helped me raise $3,441 for Relay for Life this year. Thanks to the businesses that helped me make a raffle basket to raise funds for the American Legion Liberty Bells Relay For Life Team. This will be my last year as... Full story
Local Natives audition for film
The casting director for “Winter In the Blood,” a feature-length film that was shot in Havre and surrounding areas, came back to town Wednesday to watch auditions for another movie. Rene Haynes specializes in finding and casting Native Americans...
Escapee gets four years for assaulting officers
A man who fought with police attempting to arrest him in Havre - where he ended up after fleeing a Helena prerelease center - will spend four years in prison in addition to time for another sentence...
Museum board hears Griggs Building update
At its monthly meeting in Havre Monday, the H. Earl Clack Museum Board heard that work on the future home of the museum is progressing, but much more needs to be done. Manager reports also noted that attendance at the museum and at the Wahkpa...