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Articles from the November 29, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 29, 2013

Johnson denies murder charge

Shane Clark Johnson pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the murder charge stemming from the shooting death of his brother. The judge said he will consider allowing the parents of both men visit the defend... Full story


Skylights host battle-tested Carroll Saturday

The Frontier Conference season won't really get fired up until after New Years. But fans will get a sneak peak Saturday night when the Montana State University-Northern Skylights and the Carroll... Full story


Lights open league play against improved Saints

The Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team isn't done with its non-conference schedule. Not by a long shot. But, for one night, Northern will put that all aside, and jump into... Full story


Skylights drop exhibition game at MSU-Billings

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team fell to NCAA Division II Montana State-Billings 76-59 Wednesday night in Billings. The game was an exhibition for Northern, and didn't... Full story


Provost candidates have varied backgrounds

The candidates of the provost position at Montana State University-Northern come from all around the country and specialize in a array of areas. Each candidate will be individually interviewed at open forum starting next week. The community is invite... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Local    November 29, 2013

Cooking up community magic

When an event like the Havre Community Thanksgiving Dinner runs smoothly, people can be forgiven for thinking it is accomplished as if by magic, but in reality, it's the product of years of... Full story


Tips from Chef Peter Bruni

• Cool meat, let it “rest,” so birds and well-done meats stay together, and all meats stay moist. “When you cook food it forces fluids out, but resting allows the juices to come back in, get locked in.” • Warm meats to room temp.... Full story


Hi-Line Darts & Laurels

Laurel — The H. Earl Clack Museum will, in the long run, be moving to a downtown Havre location, the building where Griggs Printing is now. This will be good for a variety of reasons. It is closer to U.S Highway 2, so more tourists may be prompted... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    November 29, 2013

Workin' the turkey line

One can expect certain things when pursuing one's chosen profession. One can expect to make sacrifices in pursuit of a professional goal. One can expect to suffer hardships and to sweat, even if it's... Full story


Get ready to bid on Christmas trees

People can bid on these trees and many other auction items at Saturday's sixth annual Festival of Trees which will be held this year at St. Jude Parish Center. The festival starts at 7 p.m. Saturday.... Full story


Lights, Skylights sweep Saints

The Montana State University-Northern basketball teams made it 2-for-2 in a Frontier Conference opening twin bill Saturday night in the Armory Gymnasium. The MSU-N men won a thrilling,... Full story


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