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Articles from the September 6, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 6, 2013

Atlatl competition again set at Wahkpa Chu'gn

The managers of a local archaeological site are offering a chance this weekend to take part in a decade-old tradition — a tradition that actually extends thousands of years in this region. The... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 6, 2013

Cape Air to take over Montana Essential Air Service flights

After decades of one company providing air transportation to smaller Montana towns, the state once again has a new company set to provide Essential Air Service, the fourth in five years. The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday it... Full story

 
 Obituaries    September 6, 2013

Mary Frances Belgarde

Mary Frances Belgarde, 79, passed away Sept. 4, 2013. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at 10 a.m. at the Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Chinook. Arrangements have been made with Edwards Funeral Home of Chinoo... Full story

 
 Obituaries    September 6, 2013

Aileen Sather

Aileen Sather, 84, passed away on Sunday, March 3, 2013, at Northern Montana Care Center due to natural causes. Her graveside service will be 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, at Highland Cemetery with Father Daniel Wathen officiating. A... Full story

 
 Local    September 6, 2013

For the Record, September 6, 2013

Havre Police Department No dispatch log was sent today. The police station’s computers were said to be having troubles. Havre Fire Department Emergency medical personnel responded to three calls Thursday and one this morning. Firefighters were... Full story

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    September 6, 2013

Havre of the past: School starts in 1898

We continue this series celebrating Havre’s 120th anniversary in 1898, as for some reason The Havre Advertiser’s corresponding issue with this week in 1893 is not available on microfilm at the... Full story

 
 Opinion    September 6, 2013

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, September 6, 2013

Laurel —Childhood obesity is a growing problem. Young folks along the Hi-Line are no exception. Lack of exercise and poor diet are the two main reasons. Havre schools and several others along the Hi-Line have initiated efforts to provide healthier... Full story

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    September 6, 2013

Pamville News international roundup

Attack of the Fry-scraper Some folks in London are muttering a new saying: “If you can’t stand the heat, demolish the new skyscraper causing it.” Originally dubbed the “Walkie-Talkie” for its unique shape, London’s newest skyscraper,... Full story

 
 By Beth Baker    Opinion    September 6, 2013

The case for CASA

One of my favorite fall sounds comes from the school playground a block from my house. If I am lucky enough to be home during recess, I hear the laughter of dozens of children — unfiltered joy filling the autumn breeze. This inspiring sound is... Full story

 
 By Alicia Thompson and Danielle Golie    Opinion    September 6, 2013

Money spent on preventing health problems pays off

Over the past few years, there’s been a push in this country to use our health care dollars more wisely. One way to do that is to shift the focus of our health care spending from treating disease to preventing it. We could save millions of dollars... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    September 6, 2013

Welcome Home: Ponies host Cowboys

The excitement of the season opener is behind the Havre High football team, but heading into week two of the young season, the excitement of the Blue Ponies’ home opener is just as intense. After a tough loss to Whitefish on the road last... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    September 6, 2013

Friday Night Lights: Old School

After an 0-1 start to the new football season, the Havre High Blue Ponies are looking to get into the win column in week two. And senior middle linebacker Jake Williams could be crucial to just how... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    September 6, 2013

Remember when... Ponies shock Cowboys in the snow

Havre High has conference rivals like the Livingston Rangers and Belgrade Panthers in nearly every sport, but now that the Blue Pony football team is running into the Miles City Cowboys seemingly ever... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    September 6, 2013

Skylights back on the road

Frontier Conference play is still a week away, yet it’s already been a long road for the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team. And the Skylights are back on that road Saturday. Northern, which just returned from a four-match weekend... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    September 6, 2013

Lights headed for a showdown with Saints

The Carroll College Fighting Saints marched into Havre in a highly-anticipated season-opening game with the Montana State University-Northern Lights last August, and the Saints marched right back to... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    September 6, 2013

Havre High cross country teams debut

A team or athletic program always learns a lot about itself after finally getting the opportunity to compete against other programs or athletes, and as the first-year head coach of the Havre High... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    September 6, 2013

Blue Pony golfers back at East Glacier course

The Havre High boys and girls golf teams are already nearing the halfway point of the 2013 season. Since school started just last week, that’s strange to say, but the golf season is already getting... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    September 6, 2013

A farrying we will go

One of three ferries left in Montana sits on the Missouri River 16 miles north of Winifred. Tom Philp has been one of the two employees running the Stafford-McClelland Ferry for four years.... Full story

 
 By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press    State News    September 6, 2013

Judge pursues resentencing hearing for rapist

BILLINGS — A Montana judge appeared intent on trying to undo his lenient sentence for a teacher who raped a student, even as prosecutors pressed the state Supreme Court on Friday to stop him until their appeal is resolved. A resentencing hearing...

 
 State News    September 6, 2013

Facing 30 year, rape suspects attempts suicide

GREAT FALLS (AP) — A Great Falls teen who had agreed to plead guilty to raping an 11-year-old girl broke away from sheriff's deputies escorting him to court and jumped over a courthouse railing, striking his head on the floor below, a witness said.... Full story

 
 State News    September 6, 2013

Freight traffic resumes after derailment

MISSOULA (AP) — Freight traffic resumed Friday morning after Montana Rail Link workers cleared the site of a train derailment in western Montana. Twenty-three cars of a 66-car freight train destined for Laurel derailed early Wednesday along a... Full story

 
 By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press    Breaking News    September 6, 2013

Court blocks judge's attempt to undo rape sentence

BILLINGS (AP) — Montana's Supreme Court has ordered a judge to cancel a Friday resentencing hearing for a former teacher who got 30 days in prison for raping a 14-year-old student. Justices say Judge G. Todd Baugh does not have authority to... Full story

 
 Breaking News    September 6, 2013

Blue Ponies and Miles City tie after lightning delay

The Havre High football team got off to a great start Friday night against the Miles City Cowboys. The Blue Ponies scored on their opening possession of their home opener when Dane Warp hooked up with Thomas Gruber for a 21-yard touchdown. However,... Full story

 
 State News    September 6, 2013

Dragon boats capsize during practice runs

KALISPELL (AP) — Authorities say eight dragon boats each carrying about 15 paddlers swamped or capsized on Flathead Lake. Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry tells the Daily Inter Lake (http://bit.ly/1arxC1M) that rescuers responding on Friday got... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Breaking News    September 6, 2013

Carroll powers past defensive Lights

HELENA - The Montana State University-Northern Lights pitched a shutout on the Carroll College Fighting Saints...for one quarter. But after leading 3-0 after one period on a Jordan Reuschoff field goal, the Lights couldn't hold the Saints back in... Full story

 

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