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Articles from the August 26, 2013 edition

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College radio offers much, receives less

Rick Linie, the station manager at Montana State University-Northern’s KNMC, said the first meeting for people who would like to be a radio deejay at the college will be Wednesday, Sept. 4. Two... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 26, 2013

Rocky Boy man sentenced for molesting young boy

A Rocky Boy man will spend five years in prison followed by 10 on probation for grabbing the private parts of a young boy. Sam Vernon Windy Boy Jr. previously pleaded guilty to abusive sexual contact. Last week in federal court in Great Falls, U.S.... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 26, 2013

Denny sentenced to 20 months plus probation for meth charge

Joscayne Denny of Box Elder will spend 20 months in prison and three years on probation for selling methamphetamine. Chief U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen sentenced Denny last week in federal court in Great Falls. Denny, 33, had previously... Full story


Robert E. "Bob" Cornell III

Robert E. “Bob” Cornell III, 65, born Feb. 17, 1948, to Robert E. Cornell II and Claudia (Ritty) Cornell, in Billings, Mont., passed away Aug. 23, 2013, due to complications from the Vietnam War.... Full story


Gladys Marie (Teichrow) Purkett

Gladys Marie (Teichrow) Purkett, 87, Soldotna, Alaska, went to be with her Lord and Savior peacefully in her sleep on Aug. 20, 2013.  Gladys was born in Lustre, Mont., to Peter and Marie Teichrow on... Full story


Dorothy Runnion Tordik

Dorothy Runnion Tordik was born on Christmas Eve in 1928 in a little white house in Big Sandy, Mont., to Clarence and Isabel Edwards. She died Aug.  19, 2013, in Great Falls, Mont. The funeral will... Full story


Frances Robo

The funeral for Frances (Hodges) Robo, 94, a North Joplin farmwife, will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Rockman Funeral Chapel in Chester.   Private burial will be in Joplin Cemetery.... Full story


Our View: Hopefully, two cultures can live together on Hi-Line

Bison were shipped into Fort Belknap Indian Reservation Thursday while prayers and songs were offered by Native Americans. The return of bison to Montana plains means a lot to conservationists, wildlife supporters and Native Americans, and it was... Full story


Great care at Northern Montana Hospital

There I was laying on a bed in the fifth floor of Northern Montana Hospital, very much against my will. My doctor’s physician assistant told me gently — but in no uncertain terms — that I was to be hospitalized and that my input was not... Full story


Concern about mosquitoes

As a transplanted, from Pennsylvania, Havreite, I am concerned about the mosquitoes. They bite often, and bite hard, all day and night, and flow into the house in a group, as well, within a second of opening the door. Not being in the exterminating... Full story

 By Press release    Local    August 26, 2013

Chancellor's Lecture Series announced this year's schedule

Montana State University-Northern The 2013-2014 Montana State University-Northern Chancellor's Lecture Series will consist of talks on vital topics by distinguished guest speakers. There is no admission. The first speaker will be Hipolito Rafael Chac... Full story


Blue/White Day showcases Pony squads

It wasn’t the start of the regular season, but both the Havre High football and volleyball teams saw competition Saturday. Saturday, the Blue Ponies took another step toward the start of the fall... Full story


MSU-N spikers win four in Spokane

George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor gferguson@havredailynews.com After playing just one match on the opening weekend of the 2013 season, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball... Full story


Let the games begin

While a few programs have gotten off to an early start to the fall sports season, for the rest, the wait is almost over. The Havre High golf team and the Montana State University-Northern volleyball... Full story


Frontier Preview: Wild Frontier season about to unfold

The 2012 Frontier Conference season will forever be remembered as the year the league got turned upside down. After all, Carroll College lost an improbable three games in 2012, while Montana Tech... Full story


Predicting the Frontier Conference is fun, and we all have our own methods

Prognosicating is fun. Football fans especially love to do it, and that’s what the month of August is all about. When July ends, it’s always time to start looking ahead to the next college football season. And that’s what I’ve been doing as i... Full story


Lewis files to run for state's US House seat

HELENA (AP) — Democrat John Lewis has filed paperwork to enter the 2014 race for the Montana U.S. House seat held by Republican Steve Daines. Lewis earlier this month left his job as state director for U.S. Sen. Max Baucus. The Billings native is... Full story


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