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Articles from the July 15, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 15, 2013

Senate border hearing: Talking, cooperating are key

Some common themes came out of Friday’s U.S. Senate field hearing — the second held in Havre in five years — including the need for agencies to communicate and cooperate, the need for more... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    July 15, 2013

Relay offers a message of hope to cancer victims

The annual Relay for Life is designed to give people who have cancer hope that they can overcome their disease, while raising funds to help fight the disease. When she was 3 years old, Mariah Sheehy... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    July 15, 2013

Havre police officer to be assigned to Havre High, MSU-Northern

A Havre Police Department’s community resource officer will split his time between Havre High school and Montana State University-Northern in the coming school year. The officer, Detective Ryan Pearson, will interact with students and develop... Full story


Byron Keith Wright

Byron Keith Wright, 59, passed away Thursday evening at the Northern Montana Hospital of congestive heart failure. His wake service will be at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 14, 2013, at the Rocky Boy Catholic... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 15, 2013

Vandeberg - Trade from Canada crucial to economy

During a Senate field hearing in Havre Friday, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester and U.S. Rep. Steve Daines heard more than just about securing the border. They also heard that Canadian trade is crucial to the local economy, and that more needs to be done to... Full story


For the Record, July 15, 2013

Havre Police Department During a motor vehicle stop on U.S. Highway 2 East Friday at 3:01 p.m. an officer arrested a 22-year-old Box Elder woman for driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license and criminal contempt. ——— After a child a... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Opinion    July 15, 2013

Cancer survivors tell inspiring stories

If you are in need of a little inspiration, stop at next year’s Relay for Life at Havre High School. Cancer has torn apart many lives — lives of young people and old people. And both young and old were on hand Friday night to tell their stories... Full story


Our View: Plan for disasters we hope will never happen

There seems to have been a great number of natural and man-made disasters in recent months. Within the last 60 days, there has a fertilizer explosion in the tiny town of West, Texas, and in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, a train carrying crude oil crashed in... Full story


Golf on the Hi-Line: BCGC stands the test of time

Beaver Creek Golf Course. To golfers in Havre, those words are synonymous with the history of golf on the Hi-Line. In fact, there was a time when BCGC, the famed 9-hole course west of Havre, was... Full story


It's here: It's officially fair week in Havre

Summer seemed like it only arrived in Havre yesterday. But the Great Northern Fair usually marks the halfway point in Havre’s summers, and that halfway point has arrived. The annual Great Northern... Full story


Havre 13U all-stars win one

After a great start to the state tournament weekend, the Havre Babe Ruth 13U All Stars ran into two very tough programs. Havre hosted the 13U state tournament at Legion Field in Havre, as all stars... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 15, 2013

Officials break ground for new Bullhook Clinic

A crowd gathered for the official ceremony Friday to mark the official start of the next major medical development in Havre — the new clinic for the Bullhook Community Health Center. “This is... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 15, 2013

Great Northern Fair starts this week

The 100-year-old county fair starts this week in Havre, with something old and something new for people who attend the annual festivities. “It’s a year of changes,” fairgrounds manager Tim Solomon said. For a full preview of the fair, see the... Full story


Woman mauled by bear on Blackfeet Reservation

GREAT FALLS (AP) — Federal wildlife officials say a bear mauled a woman who was hiking north of Duck Lake on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service grizzly bear recovery coordinator Chris Servheen says that the woman told... Full story


ACLU calls execution-method changes unconstitutional

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana prison officials revised lethal-injection procedures after a judge ruled the previous methods were unconstitutional, but a civil rights organization and attorneys for a death row inmate say the changes still put... Full story


Dems start search for Senate candidate

HELENA (AP) — Brian Schweitzer's surprise announcement that he won't run for the U.S. Senate dealt a big setback to Democratic plans to retain Max Baucus' seat. However, party officials said Monday they still believe they are in a strong position... Full story


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