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Articles from the October 16, 2013 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    October 16, 2013

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Cooper Spicher, North Star Football

Cooper Spicher's big senior season has helped the Knights bounce back After a rough stretch that spans at least three seasons, the North Star Knights’ football program has finally bounced back. The... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    October 16, 2013

George Ferguson Column: Flawed NAIA rankings short-changing MSU-N

In matches that really matter, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team is perfect. Yes, through eight matches against Frontier Conference competition, no one in the league has been able... Full story

 
 By Ken Brubaker    Sports    October 16, 2013

Local Bowling Report: Jackpot bowling begins next Saturday

With the Junior Leagues starting in the near future we are in needs of junior coaches. Anyone wanting to volunteer their services to help out for a couple hours on Sunday afternoons please call Hi Line Lanes. Youth bowlers wishing to bowl in the... Full story

 
 Opinion    October 16, 2013

Our View: Jergeson vs. Hansen will be an exciting race

The Hi-Line will be in for a great race for the Montana State Senate next year. As has been expected, State Rep. Kris Hansen, a four-year veteran of the Legislature, will take on Sen. Greg Jergeson, D-Havre, who has spent most of his career in... Full story

 
 By Matthew Shull    Opinion    October 16, 2013

Nursing students want to follow in footsteps of predecessors

Due to the recent press covering the events occurring within Montana State University-Northern's nursing program, I feel that it is vital to clarify the opinions of students who are being portrayed. Many students, including myself, are finding the co... Full story

 
 By L.W. Park    Opinion    October 16, 2013

Upset over park closures

What justification is the Obama administration using to close off the public lands to the public? Does it deem its presence necessary for the public to use their own lands, and if so, on what basis?  I refer specifically to the closure of national... Full story

 
 By Don Mahlum    Opinion    October 16, 2013

Stop arguing, start working

The shutdown of our government over all of the U.S.A. is in its 15th day as I write this. As a result, many locations have been closed. The most damaging has been the lack of payment of $100,000 each family was supposed to receive after a loved one... Full story

 
 By Staff and wire report    Local    October 16, 2013

Rocky Boy declares financial disaster due to gov't shutdown

While the possibility of the federal government reopening inched closer this morning, the Chippewa Cree Tribe at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation has prepared for the worse this week. The tribal government declared a financial disaster Tuesday due... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 16, 2013

Name released in fatal crash near Havre

The Hill County coroner has released the name of the Havre man who died in an early morning crash just east of Havre Tuesday. Michael John Lowe, 29, was driving an Isuzu Rodeo westbound on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway access road north of... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 16, 2013

Local committee offers to take rodeo again

The Great Northern Rodeo Committee may put on the rodeo at the Great Northern Fair next year after all. In July, the committee said it was done putting on the rodeo, but committee member Clint Solomon said Tuesday that the group now was willing to co... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    October 16, 2013

The race for Mayor: Bob Rice

Republican Bob Rice and Democratic incumbent Tim Solomon are running for Havre mayor. Ballots were mailed out Tuesday. This may be the last partisan election in Havre history. People will also vote on... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    October 16, 2013

The race for Mayor: Tim Solomon

Republican Bob Rice and Democratic incumbent Tim Solomon are running for Havre mayor. Ballots were mailed out Tuesday. This may be the last partisan election in Havre history. People will also vote... Full story

 
 Obituaries    October 16, 2013

Marjorie Verstegen Wright

MALTA — Marjorie Verstegen Wright, 85, a retired cook, died of natural causes Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, at her home. Memorial services will be Friday, Oct. 18, 2013, at 11 a.m. at the Malta Lutheran Church. A luncheon will follow at the church... Full story

 
 Local    October 16, 2013

For the Record, October 16, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 10:04 a.m. Tuesday complaint at the police department about a check that was cashed out of the complainant’s account. ——— A 26-year-old Havre man was arrested for outstanding state district... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    October 16, 2013

Plaque honors Northern's first building

In 1929, the college that is now Montana State University-Northern was growing. Eighty-one students were enrolled. Classes were held in Havre High School and the library was in the First Presbyterian... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    October 16, 2013

Legion should use technology to look for young members

Faced with aging members and a declining membership, the American Legion will have to “grow younger,” in coming years. That was the advice Saturday from Roger Hancock, vice commander of the American Legion in Montana. Hancock spoke to the... Full story