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Friday Night Lights: Big Sandy is back in the game

Ever since the Big Sandy Pioneers played for the state championship back in 2012, the football program has fallen on hard times. In each of the past three seasons, Big Sandy has failed to make the...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 30, 2016

Former speaker of House pleads not guilty to assault

A Havre landlord and former speaker of the Montana House of Representatives pleaded not guilty Thursday in District court to the accusation that he threatened a tenant with a shotgun while she was trying to move out of a property she was renting...

 

Fueled by Commitment

The Montana State University-Northern Lights have a bye this week, and with a bye comes a few days off. But for Northern senior Tyler Craig, there’s really no such thing. In football, Craig...

 

Ponies face dangerous Rangers tonight

Winning on the road is never easy. It’s even harder when you have to play a team that’s hungry for a win and right now, the Livingston Rangers may want a win more than any team in Class A...

 

Home Course: Blue Ponies host Havre Invite

For the Havre High cross country teams, the stretch run of the 2016 season is right around the corner. Yet, right now, all the Blue Ponies care about is putting on a good show for the hometown fans....

 

Rustlers wrangle Blue Ponies

The Havre High volleyball team has played its fair share of matches against Class AA opponents this season and Thursday night at the HHS gymnasium, the Blue Ponies played host to CMR in a...

 

Montana Tech digs up the Skylights in Butte

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights were hoping to get past their road troubles Thursday night. But, the Montana Tech Orediggers wouldn't allow it. The Skylights lost their third road...

 

Glacier plays two in Billings

If the Glacier Nationals are going to get their first points of the 2016-17 season, this weekend might be the best opportunity yet. Glacier, which stands at 0-4-0 through two weeks of the Frontier...

 

Cats, Griz hoping for a turnaround

It’s a big weekend for the Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats. Why? Because both teams got off to a 0-1 start in Big Sky Conference play, and neither can afford to fall further behind in...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    September 30, 2016

Aaniiih Nakoda College: Where Native American Culture and Technology Meet

In the 33 years since it was chartered, what is now Aaniiih Nakoda College, the small tribal college on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation has come a long way. "These folks, when they started here...

 

Hill County Justice Court

Editor’s note: The computer program provided by the Montana state government to print media reports on court actions does not always list all fines assessed. The following cases were resolved in Hill County Justice Court by Judge Audrey Barger...

 

Out Our Way: The Gospel According to Goliath: Who Was That?

Mark 8: 27 - 30 Out our way, especially in the Bear Paws, you are liable to see all kinds of critters. Goliath and I have seen foxes, a few coyotes, mule deer and white tails. Naturally we have also...

 

Practical Pastoring: Book Five: How to relax

As a person with a Type A personality, I find it has taken me a long time to learn how to go with the flow. I have had to learn how to work at enjoying life and having fun. I spent years as a black or white person in my thinking. I was either working...

 

Hello God; It's Me Mara: Talk

You know, Lord, an unknown writer penned the following words: “There are four things that never return: the spoken word, the sped arrow, the past life, and the neglected opportunity. The spoken word is like a feather pillow opened in a wind storm...

 

Obituary: Barbara Ruth (Abell) Conley

Barbara Ruth (Abell) Conley, age 83, passed away of natural causes Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, at the Northern Montana Care Center in Havre, Montana. Cremation has taken place, and memorial services... Full story

 

For the Record - September 30, 2016

Havre Police Department Officers assisted a citizen Thursday at 8:18 a.m. after a Second Street citizen requested a welfare check on a citizen. —— Officers investigated a complaint after a caller from Seventh Avenue and 13th Street reported...

 

Agenda: Hill County Commission calendar

Monday 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. — Flu shot clinic 5:30 p.m. — Park board meeting Tuesday 10:30 a.m. — Road Supervisor — Hanson      Wedensday Office hours Thursday 9 a.m. — Chippewa Cree Business meeting 10 a.m. — Business meeting • Manual...

 

Agenda: Havre City Council

Agenda for Oct. 3 meeting: Call to order 7 p.m. Pledge of allegiance Roll Call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on agenda items: 1 through 6 only. For Items not on this agenda, public comment will be taken at the end of the agenda. Comments...

 

Celebrating History: New city offices ready

by Emily Mayer Many in Havre today don’t realize that before the current Hill County Courthouse was built, after Hill County itself was created by splitting with Chouteau County, several County offices shared space in Havre’s City Hall, then loca...

 

Shriners list beef raffle winners

Press release North Central Montana Shrine Club had its annual beef raffle drawing during the Festival Days demolition derby. At the E-1 Towing Demolition Derby someone in the announcer’s booth drew the names for the winners. The front quarter...

 

Senior Center News: Oct. 3-7

North Central Senior Center, Oct. 3-7 A very sincere thank-you is being sent out to all of the people who have helped in setting up the election voting booths over the past 25-plus years. This has been greatly appreciated. Help will no longer be...

 

View from the North 40: Beware the wild-eyed, feral one

The essentials for traveling out of the country are simple: • Have a reliable vehicle. • Have a good driver. • Bring a familiar blanky and comfort food for the neurotic companion. • Leave the...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 30, 2016

Sex offender receives probation, set to be deported

A Honduran national who was found guilty by a Havre jury of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl received four years of probation and is being released to authorities for possible deportation. Eblin Javier Caceres-Martinez, born in 1996, received...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    September 30, 2016

Havre officers investigated by state DOJ

A Montana Attorney General official has confirmed that two Havre police officers are being investigated by the state. “At the request of the Havre chief of police, the Montana Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigation is...

 

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