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Articles from the October 7, 2013 edition

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Home Course: Havre High harriers take full advantage of running at home

There is no place like home, and after another successful day by the Havre High cross country teams, the Central A Blue Ponies will be the first ones to tell you that. The Ponies get one chance to... Full story


Pony spikers win twice

After a tough loss on Thursday night, this past weekend was just what the struggling Havre High volleyball team needed to hopefully get back on track through the second half of the season. The... Full story


Alumni win again

Once again, the annual Alumni Dual turned out to be a great show. And a great way to kick off the Montana State University-Northern wrestling season. Not only did the current Lights get their first... Full story


Blue Pony golf teams finish strong

There was no arguing that the 2013 Class A state golf tournament was going to be tough for the Havre Blue Ponies. Good teams, good players and a tough golf course were all part of the equation. But... Full story


Skylights win big in the road

If the scorching streak the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team was going to cool off, the chances were a little higher it would happen on the Skylights’ two-match road trip to Butte... Full story


Bears trap the Lights

In back-to-back weeks against nationally-ranked opponents, on the road, the Montana State University-Northern football team came up a few plays short of a sweep. One week after knocking off then No.... Full story


Panthers roar past Blue Ponies

There isn’t a whole lot the Havre High football team can, or wants to take away from Friday’s night’s showdown in Belgrade. And the Blue Ponies know they don’t have much time to dwell on it.... Full story


Cats, Griz romp in homecoming games

MISSOULA (AP) — Jordan Johnson was quick to attribute his four-touchdown passing game Saturday to one thing — the Montana running attack. "With us establishing the run game, I knew it would help t... Full story


2 reviews planned of Northern's nursing program

Three advisers are scheduled to come to Montana State University-Northern to take a look at the nursing program to see if they can find issues that need addressing Dr. Cynthia Gustafson, the executive director of the Montana State Board of Nursing,... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    October 7, 2013

Tribal council vows to remove St. Marks again

If Ken Blatt St. Marks is sworn in as Chippewa Cree tribal chair, the tribal council will once again remove him. Then he will be prosecuted in tribal criminal court, they said. The announcement came in a release signed by interim chair Rick Morsette... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    October 7, 2013

Crowds question Devon-NorthWestern deal

A crowd of more than 100 people expressed concern and outright opposition Friday to the proposed sale of Devon Energy’s natural gas operations in Blaine, Hill and Chouteau counties. The hearing was... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 7, 2013

New charges filed in Rocky Boy embezzlement

Defendants in a new set of charges alleging embezzlement at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation pleaded not guilty in federal District Court in Great Falls, with two of them entering not guilty pleas in amended embezzlement charges in a previously... Full story


Robert M. Garwood

Robert M. Garwood, 66, passed away at a local Great Falls care center on Oct. 3, 2013. No services are planned. Schnider Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Robert was formerly of Havre, residing in Great Falls. He was a former owner of Havre... Full story


For the Record, October 7, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 10:49 a.m. Friday call from 1st Street West about someone driving a green sports utility vehicle stealing $44.15 worth of gas. ——— Officers responded to a 3:14 p.m. Friday call from 5th Street... Full story


Our View: Jim Magera's donation will help future generations

At Havre High School, for many years, students called history teacher Jim Magera “Magical Magera.” That’s because if anyone asked him a question about Montana — today’s current events or 10,000 years back in history — he would know the... Full story


Tribal troubles: Funds stolen, no punishment

ETHETE, Wyo. (AP) - American Indian tribes have been caught misappropriating tens of millions of taxpayer dollars, according to internal tribal audits and other documents. But federal authorities do l... Full story


Tribes mishandle funds, go unpunished 

JUSTIN PRITCHARD P and SOLOMON BANDA Associated Press ETHETE, Wyo. — American Indian tribes have been caught misappropriating tens of millions of taxpayer dollars, according to internal tribal audits and other documents. But federal authorities do... Full story


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