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Articles from the June 19, 2015 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    June 19, 2015

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Ceyara Plante, Havre High Basketball

The Havre High girls basketball team has had a great run the past few seasons. But, even with all the Blue Ponies have achieved, their future is still bright. And a big reason for that is a slew of...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    June 19, 2015

Mills trial on rape charge continues

During the second day of testimony, defense attorney Jeremy Yellin continued to try poking holes in the allegations made by a woman who said then-probation officer Steve Mills raped her. Mills is on...

 

George Ferguson Column: Still chasing tiger

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wa. – Twenty years. I was 20 years old and going to college at the University of Montana when Tiger Woods won his second of three consecutive United States Amateur Championships....

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    June 19, 2015

Gunderson to play in Badlands Bowl

Gavin Gunderson put together a tremendous senior season in football last fall. But, his days of putting on the helmet and shoulder pads aren't over quite yet, as he will play in the 2015 Badlands...

 

Out Our Way: Pipe down, Billy Bob!

"Let two or three prophets speak and let others weigh what is said. If a revelation is given to someone else who is sitting nearby, let the first person be silent. For you call each prophesy one by...

 

Jesuit Appreciation Day set at Hays

The public is invited to say farewell to The Rev. Rich Magner and recognize The Rev. Joseph Retzel for his many years of service at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Mission Recreation Center in Hays. After 127 years of service the Mission will no longer be...

 

Sounds on the Square sets summer lineup

Sounds on the Square, the weekly celebration of music held 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Town Square, started this week with China Water Symbol performing. The schedule for the rest of the summer is: • June 24 — The ROC Band — Really Old Country,...

 

MAT offers Cabaret & Martinis at Little Theatre Saturday, June 27

Havre Daily News staff The local acting troupe is bringing some more adult entertainment to go along with its summer youth activities in a fundraiser set for Saturday, June 27. Jay Pyette, Montana Act...

 

Senior Center News for June 22 to June 26

North Central Senior Center, June 22 to June 26 Monday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., except for medical, people have to call in early to make arrangements; Painting at 1 pm Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., except for...

 

Havre youth takes second in state writing contest

Eden Larmoyeux of Havre has captured second place in this year’s Montana Letters About Literature writing contest. Judges selected the winning entries from 292 submissions statewide in three separate age categories. Eden won in the category for...

 

Maxwell makes honor roll

Angela Maxwell of Havre has been named to the academic honor roll at the University of Mary in Bismarck North Dakota. During the fall semester, she obtained a 4.0 grade point average. In the spring semester, she earned a 3.7058 GP...

 

Ohm makes President's List

Haley Ohm of Havre has been named to the president’s honor list at Miles City Community College for the spring semester. Students who are taking 12 or more credits and maintain a term grade point average of 3.5 or higher are eligible for this...

 

Langel scholarship

Mackenzie Hansen, 2015 graduate of North Star High School in Rudyard, has been named the 2015 Tim Langel Memorial Scholarship recipient. Hansen, daughter of Todd and Angie Hansen of Gildford, has...

 

Herron earns medical degree

Kacy Herron of Havre participated May 22, 2015, in the Investiture of Doctoral Hoods ceremony from the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle Washington. She then took and recited the...

 

Hi-Line Living: Science

Montana State University-Northern held a series of science classes for children throughout this week and last to teach them some of the scientific principles they use to research alternative fuels...

 

Agenda: Hill County Commission

MONDAY 1:30 p.m. — Building Manager, Anez TUESDAY 10:30 am — Road Supervisor, Otto WEDNESDAY 9 a.m — Oath of Office — JP Court 10 a.m. — Compensation Board meeting 1 p.m Fair Budget meeting 2:15 p.m. — Sheriff’s union meeting —...

 

Obituary - Clayton Clark Hawley

Clayton Clark Hawley  Sr., 58, passed away June 16, 2015, in Fort Belknap. Wake services will be held on Friday at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s Mission Recreation Center in Hays. Funeral Mass will be Saturday, June 20, 2015, at 11 a.m., at St. Paul’s... Full story

 

View from the North 40: The argument for poor, inspirational me

In a depressing accident of birth, like big feet and a location in southern something-not-Montana listed as my birthplace, I was born without a silver spoon. I would be an awesome rich person — generous, fun-loving, laid back, definintely not...

 

Celebrating History: Work stops on Hill County Courthouse

By Emily Mayer If anyone thought the drama of the Hill County Courthouse was over last week, they will be disappointed. This short article appeared on the front page of The Hill County Democrat’s June 19, 1915 issue: WORK ON COURTHOUSE STARTS THEN...

 

Last Crystal Highway defendant sentenced to 22.5 years

Staff and wire report The last of 20 people - including three Havreites - charged with running a ring trafficking methamphetamine from California up to Montana, including the Hi-Line, was sentenced...

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    June 19, 2015

Mueller named Havre assistant superintendent

Havre High School principal Craig Mueller has been named assistant superintendent of Havre Public Schools. The school board made the appointment Thursday. Mueller has been principal of Havre High...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    June 19, 2015

Archery shoot set in Bear Paws

The Bear Paw Bowmen Archery Club is hosting its 17th Annual Barber Ranch 2-Day Archery Shoot this weekend and raising money to help local college students. The competition has 80 targets set over four courses, covering about 4 miles of mountain...

 

James "Scotty" Maze

James Delmar "Scotty" Maze was born March 6, 1927, in Havre, Montana. He was one of 13 children born to Luther and Victoria (Jackson) Maze. Scotty was raised and educated in Havre. Scotty served as a...

 

Jury acquits ex-probation officer of rape

It took a jury just a little more than a hour Friday to find Stephen Mills not guilty of rape. Judge Kathleen Bidegaray sent jurors in for deliberations just before noon, and they returned just after 1 p.m. with the acquittal. The verdict followed...

 

George Ferguson Column: The emotions and the oddities of the U.S. Open on Friday

UNIVERSITY PLACE, WA - If Saturday is typically known as moving day, then Friday at the U.S. Open needs to be called emotion day. Yes, the second round of the U.S. Open here Friday provided fans with...

 

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