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Articles from the September 16, 2016 edition

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MSU-N Game Day Feature: Leaving opponents Bruised

No matter the circumstance, no matter the adversity, sometimes, things are perfect right where you are. And for the last five years, that's been the case for Montana State University-Northern senior...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 16, 2016

Community Project

People attending Festival Days events this weekend - and from now on - might notice the results of the second project underway of a group working to revitalize downtown Havre: colorful local art...

 

Friday Night Lights: These T-Birds can really soar

Like many high school football teams on the reservation, the Hays-Lodge Pole Thunderbirds have often been overlooked. Football has never gotten the attention that basketball has and when wins didn’t...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 16, 2016

Solutions, memories, shared at Suicide Awareness Walk

Nearly 100 people assembled on the quad at Montana State University-Northern Thursday night for a walk to raise awareness about suicide. The Second Annual Hill County Suicide Awareness Walk was...

 

Armory Beginning: Northern volleyball team makes home debut tonight

Three weeks on the road is a long time for a volleyball team. But, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights are hoping the wait to play at home was worth it. Northern will get that chance...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 16, 2016

Pam Hillery dies after battle with ALS

Three years after being diagnosed, a prominent local well-known for community, social and political activism has died after her struggle dealing with the effects of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,... Full story

 

Streaking Blue Ponies visit Sidney

The Havre High football team couldn't have asked for a better start to the 2016 season. But now, the Blue Ponies need to show they can handle success, and their first shot at doing that will come...

 

Lights aim to stop the Saints' march

The Montana State University-Northern Lights have been close — closer than the scoreboard would indicate when it comes to getting the first win of the young season. However, as the Lights return to...

 

HHS spikers travel to Conrad

The Havre High volleyball team has had a rough go of it in recent weeks, but Saturday, HHS will have a chance to rebound as the Blue Ponies get away from preseason tournaments and back to regulation...

 

Three Northern legends honored by the NAIA

There’s no denying the greatness of the Montana State University-Northern, and formerly, the Northern Montana College wrestling program in the annals of collegiate wrestling history. And to prove th...

 

Pastor's Corner: 15th Anniversary of 9/11

Matthew 5:21-26         Last Sunday was the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Perhaps it was a day that recalled, or even revived, dormant feelings of anger and desperation. Certainly, when the World Trade Center Towers came down 15 years ago, many peo...

 

Hello God; It's Me Mara: Older Women Instruct

You know, Lord, there isn’t a one of us who doesn’t need help, now and then. We might not know we need help — but occasionally, we could all use a bit of encouragement. Older women are good at this. Mom and Auntie Selena were both old-fashioned...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 16, 2016

Hi-Line Living: Life After Adoption

Randy and Amanda Christofferson couldn't have children. They both wanted to, badly, but Amanda said she couldn't conceive. So in 2010, they started fostering children, and over the next three years,...

 

Stressed brains can't learn: CASA hosts screening of 'Paper Tigers'

Press release CASA of Hill County will host Monday a screening of “Paper Tigers,” a documentary directed by James Redford that focuses on toxic childhood stress.“Paper Tigers” is a relevant and timely documentary that explores the impact of...

 

Out Our Way: The Gospel According to Goliath: Tangerine-sized brains

Mark 6:45-52 Out our way, even non-church folk have heard about Goliath. From time to time I hear from folks who have no time for Church or preachers, but have begun to look forward to Friday's...

 

For the Record: September 16, 2016

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a complaint after a 10th Street West caller reported Thursday at 10:13 a.m. that the maintenance man caught some kids trying to break into his car last night. —— Officers investigated a complaint...

 

Agenda: Great Northern Fair board

The Great Northern Fair board will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Center at the Great Northern Fairgrounds. The agenda is: Call meeting to order Roll call of members Recognize and record members of the public attending Approve...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 16, 2016

Local author releases novel

Local author Ren Meadows has recently self-published her first novel, "Fairy Tales and Horror Stories." Meadows, whose actual name is Barb Chamberlain, has written a contemporary novel about a girl...

 

Agenda: Hill County Commission

Monday MACo Annual Conference Tuesday MACo Annual Conference 5:30 p.m. – Fair Board Meeting Wednesday MACo Annual Conference Noon – Health Consortium Thursday 1:30 p.m. — Business Meeting • Manual Claims • Employment Review • ...

 

Agenda: Hill County Water District

The board of the Hill County Water District will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, in district office at 104 Second Street in Hingham. The agenda is: Recognition of visitors Public comments limited to any matter not on this agenda and within...

 

Agenda: Montana Transportation Commission meeting

From Montana Department of Transportation HELENA — The public is invited to attend the Transportation Commission meeting scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Montana Department of Transportation, Commission Room, 2701 Prospect...

 

Celebrating History: Hill County Fair underway

The Fifth Annual Hill County Fair was underway this week 100 years ago. A large article was on the front page of the Sept. 15, 1916, issue of The Havre Daily Promoter. It reads, in part: HILL COUNTY...

 

Senior Center News: Sept. 19-23

North Central Senior Center, Sept. 19-23 “As our nation continues to witness an incredible demographic transformation with over 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day, we pause to honor our nation’s senior centers. The 2016 National Senior...

 

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