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Hi-Line Football Roundup

Many of the local prep football teams had a rough go this weekend, but for area fans and players, hopefully the trend won’t continue through the rest of the season. Simms has had a great start to...

 

MSU-N-Northern's Nagy tabbed Player of the Week

For the fourth time in the last six weeks, a Montana State University-Northern star has been named Frontier Conference Volleyball Player of the Week. Northern senior Joni Nagy was tabbed for the...

 

What we saw, what we'll see

There wasn’t as much in the way of home sports in Havre and on the Hi-Line, but that doesn’t mean the excitement wasn’t equally as high. And as we head into another great week of athletics,...

 

Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup

Another busy week of volleyball is in the books on the Hi-Line. And though the weeks started with some big matches, many area teams took time out on Saturday to play in non-conference tournaments. The...

 

Lights remain in NAIA Top 25

A loss at Rocky Mountain College Saturday was difficult, but the Montana State University-Northern Lights are still getting national respect. In this week’s NAIA Coaches Poll, the Lights dropped...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Martha Stocker, Havre Volleyball With two homes wins over the weekend, the Havre High volleyball team is on the right track. And middle blocker Martha Stocker certainly helped put the Blue Ponies...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 8, 2013

Board to look at Beaver Creek fees in November

The Hill County Park Board will look at Beaver Creek Park fees in November, including considering a suggestion that the fees be set for three-year periods instead of reviewed each year. Board member...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 8, 2013

Board may waive fees for flooded-out cabins

After a representative of the cabin owners association said some members are upset that the county has not repaired access to their sites shut down by flooding, the Hill County Park Board said it would consider waiving lease fees for people who...

 

City Council raises wages of firefighters, officers, dispatchers

Havre City Council has approved contracts with unions representing firefighters, police officers and dispatchers. The deals call for a 2 percent raise. Besides the raise, the firefighters’ labor contract and the bargaining agreements also included...

 

Ballots must be in today for Havre school projects

Today, at 8 p.m., is the deadline to turn in ballots for the Havre Public Schools construction proposal. Those who have not turned in their ballots can hand them in to the Robins Administration Building at 425 6th St. It is too late to mail them in....

 
 By Lindsay Brown    Local    October 8, 2013

Stand-alone photo: Guns, antiques on display in Chinook

Customers look at items for sale at the gun and antique show at the Blaine County Fairgrounds. The Chinook Rod and Gun Club held the event as a fundraiser, to make improvements at their shooting...

 

Naomi L. Wells

GREAT FALLS — Naomi L. Wells, 39, of Great Falls, passed away on Saturday, October 5, 2013, at her residence. Wake services will begin at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, at St. Mary’s...

 

James Edward Adamson

James Edward Adamson, 54, born Dec. 12, 1958, passed away peacefully Oct. 3, 2013 at the Havre care center due to cancer. A celebration of life will be held at the Eagles Club Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 2...

 

For the Record, October 8, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers served a warrant on a 19-year-old Havre boy at the Hill County Detention Center at 8:51 a.m. Monday for obstructing a peace officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of an intoxicant. ——— An...

 

Our View: Reservation corruption must end

The Associated Press has completed a detailed look at corruption on Indian reservations. The findings appeared in Monday‘s Havre Daily News. The gist of the findings: Corruption is rampant on reservations, but little is done about it by federal...

 

Wear pink, support breast cancer research

I lost my mother 27 years ago to breast cancer. She battled it twice, and lost the last fight. I was 20 years old when she died. To this day there are people in my life that do not know this. In 1976-1980 the odds for five-year relative survival from...

 

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