Articles from the August 19, 2014 edition
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Mariani shines in the return game
Marc Mariani has said all year that once training camp started, his biggest value to the Tennessee Titans, and his best shot at making their 53-man roster was still as a punt and kick returner. Yes,... Full story
Ponies score well in Great Falls
The Havre High boys and girls golf teams have only been practicing for three days. But the Blue Ponies got the 2014 high school golf season off to a roaring start. On Monday, Havre played the first...
Klan flyers concern public
Havre City Council meeting saw its biggest audience in a long time Monday night as community members showed up to voice concerns about the United Klans of America flyers that were distributed around town over the weekend. The flyers read... Full story
Second suspect charged in pill heist
A second person faces charges stemming from a pharmacy robbery that netted thousands of prescription painkillers. Ryan M. Greenough, born in 1983, was in the Hill County jail this morning on $25,000 bond for two counts of possession of drugs with... Full story
Charter has another blackout
The Havre area experienced another blackout in Charter Communications services Monday evening. Jack Hardy, the senior manager of communications for Charter, said it was around 5 p.m. Monday technicians noticed there was an error in the system. They... Full story
BLM kills Bullwhacker land swap
The federal agency that was looking at a potential land swap to open access to the Bullwhacker area in southern Blaine County said that swap is off the table. Bureau of Land Management announced in a...
Time for Limbaugh to leave
Editor: This past week has been very trying for the Montana State University-Northern community. Coach Mark Samson is a highly respected individual in the state of Montana. When he was told he had to resign or be fired, it cut deep into the many... Full story
Judge: City Court is "crippled," needs help
City Court Judge Virginia Seigel spoke again at Monday’s Havre City Council meeting to request at least a part-time employee to help get City Court up to speed. “I wanted to bring the historical aspect of the struggle for staffing and also to...
Lowell Jerry King
Lowell Jerry King, 73, of Havre passed away on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, at his residence of natural causes. Cremation has taken place, and, at Jerry's request, no services will be held. Visitors are... Full story
For the Record, August 19, 2014
Havre Police Department George Gilbert Belcourt, 45, of Havre was issued a summons on a charge of driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license while leaving the police station at 7:21 a.m. Monday. ——— Officers investigated a 10:06... Full story