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For the Record - March 5, 2015

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 8:19 a.m. Wednesday call from 13th Street and 5th Avenue about a hit and run. —— Officers investigated a 4:59 p.m. Wednesday call from Head Start School about juvenile status offenses. ——...



Havre Public School District administrators are considering whether or not to prohibit some students at the high school to leave campus for lunch. The administrators had a meeting at 7:30 a.m.... Full story


Lights wrestle for glory in Kansas

For the last four or five years, the Montana State University-Northern wrestling team has been an NAIA national powerhouse, and the Lights have proved that by finishing in the top three at the last... Full story

 By Chris Peterson    Sports    March 5, 2015


The Havre High girls basketball program has had an incredible amount of success over the past four seasons, and there are a lot of reasons for that success as well as a lot of players that have... Full story

 By Chris Peterson    Sports    March 5, 2015

Chasing History: Ponies tip it up at state

After dominating the regular season and making a quick run through the Central A tournament last weekend in Great Falls, the Havre High girls basketball team has its sights set on history. No Blue Pon... Full story


Moving on: Lights get past Saints in Helena

In college basketball, or in any sport for that matter, it’s very hard to beat a team three times in one season. And the Montana State University-Northern Lights proved that theory correct, and... Full story

 By Chris Peterson    Sports    March 5, 2015

Ice Hawks skate at state

After playing hockey for more than three months, the Havre Ice Hawks will finally get a chance to show what they can do on the big stage of the Montana State high school hockey tournament. The...

 By Ken Brubaker    Sports    March 5, 2015

Local Bowling Report: Shawn Mariani rolls another 300 game

After one weekend of play in the No-tap Mixed Doubles the top four positions are: first, Alicia Burrington and Ryan Mapes with 1.716; second, Denise Freide and Kyle Surber with 1,652; third, Alicia Burrington and Chris Owens with 1,648; and fourth,...

 By Tori Thomas    Local    March 5, 2015

New chiropractic office opens in Havre

Chiropractor Donald Gibson opened a chiropractic office in Havre in February. His business, "Dr. Donald J. Gibson, PLLC," is located at 115 4th Ave. W., Suite 200. Gibson said his father and brother... Full story

 By Toni Hagener    Local    March 5, 2015

Stories about milk, milkman and more

Milk didn’t always come in plastic-coated cardboard cartons. Way back in the 1950s, it came in pint-or quart-sized glass bottles and was delivered to your door twice a week by Fred the milkman or his teenaged helper on the truck. Fred watched the c...


Havre teacher, paraprofessional honored

Press release Lynette Stortz and Renee Pribyl of Havre's Highland Park School have been named the Region II Comprehensive System of Personnel Development Teacher/Paraprofessional, or CPSD, Team of... Full story

 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    March 5, 2015

Looking Out My Backdoor: Saga of sexy sunglasses

Ai-yi-yi! I don’t know what to do. One minute I’m happily married, the next minute I’m headed for divorce court. You know how I’ve been purging drawers and cabinets, throwing away useless,... Full story


Our View: Havre Trails starts off well

Havre Trails, a volunteer group of people who like to walk, and the city of Havre have come to an agreement that can lead to vast improvements to one local park and adjacent walking trails. It can be a model for the way to handle the problem the... Full story


Letter to the Editor:

Editor: Montana's Hi-Line is generally associated with grasslands, endless fields of wheat, large herds of cattle, and remoteness. It is all that, but it is also a place where a wilderness experience can be found. For those willing to get off the hig... Full story


Obituary - Arnold A. O'Neil

Arnold A. O’Neil, 84, a retired Big Sandy farmer, died Feb. 26 at the Big Sandy Nursing Home. His funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday, March 9, 2015, at the Christ Lutheran Church in Big Sandy. Burial is at Big Sandy Cemetery followed by a reception at... Full story


Obituary - Rex A. Gulick

Rex A. Gulick, 89, a retired Liberty County farmer, died March 1, at Teton Medical Center in Choteau. A coffee hour will be held at the Rockman Funeral Home in Chester from 2 to 3 p.m., Tuesday, March 10.  A celebration of life service will follow... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    March 5, 2015

People First to hold public meeting

People First, a group fighting corruption at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, will hold a public meeting at 5 p.m. Sunday at Havre’s TownHouse Inn discuss action that can be taken to advance their causes. Among other things, said state Rep. G.... Full story


Thursday's Prep Basketball: Big day for Havre girls, Rocky Boy boys

A pair of area teams got their weekend off to the best start possible on Thursday. In Hamilton, the Havre Blue Ponies took a successful first step in defending their Class A state championship by beating the Hardin Bulldogs 64-54 in the first round... Full story


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