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Articles from the November 4, 2016 edition

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 By Pam Burke    Opinion    November 4, 2016

May the horse be with you, literally

It’s been a while since I’ve broke a horse, but it’s time for my youngster to learn to be responsible grownup. I am reminded that progress in training horses isn’t linear. For the first time ever, I’m going to outsource the actual first 30...

 

Skylights make one last stand at home

To say that the 2016 volleyball season has flown by would be an understatement for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights. But as fast as the season hasgone, one thing has become abundantly...

 

MSU-N women back home

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights are off to a terrific start this basketball season. But things are starting to get more and more difficult with October now turning to November. The No....

 

Northern grapplers head to Cowboy Open

The Montana State University-Northern Lights got their 2016-17 season off on the right foot with last Saturday’s season-opening win over North Idaho College. Now the fourth-ranked Lights will get...

 

Lights hope to regroup at struggling SOU

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are in a funk. And while they have to face their most daunting road trip of the season, for the first time ever, the Lights are playing the Southern...

 

Griz, Cats both needing a change in momentum

It’s not often that the Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats have things in common. But the two heated rivals, now just three weeks away from the annual Brawl of the Wild, have one big thing...

 

Nationals continue road trip in Bozeman

After playing two road games against the best team in the Frontier Division, the Glacier Nationals will play two more games away from home this weekend in Bozeman. The Nationals will take on the...

 

Leland Stewart's 'Serenade' featured at Northern

Press release  November is recognized nationally as American Indian History Month and in celebration the Montana State University-Northern Multicultural Center is featuring Leland Stewart as the...

 

Madams under the Big Sky

Press release Even when viewed through the misty lens of history, the subject of prostitution tends to tickle people’s preconceptions and prejudices. Women in that profession are typically seen as among the lowest on the social ladder, wholly lacki...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 9:38-40 Out our way, the roundup is always a big deal - and for this preacher/cowboy it was an especially big deal. Although I am not very good at it, I sure enjoy playing the part. Charlie and I...

 

When situations come up, stay focused on the solution

I went to the optometrist the other day for my annual eye exam. During the examination process I was subjected to several different kinds of procedures to test my ability to focus and my ability to stay focused. The whole idea is to determine if I...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, sometimes something we see reminds us of something we heard long ago — time, place and author unknown. Seeing deer in the yard brought to mind this story about deer fillings. The author, a retired pastor, couldn’t handle...

 

Grief Poem Nov. 4, 2016

We’re traveling on a real rough road, high hills and valleys low. With crooked roads and mountains, too, we ponder how to go.   We know You’re near, we seek You, Lord; we need You by our side. Direct our path; help us to cope, from sorrow we...

 

Senior Center News, Nov. 4, 2016

A great big thank you to all of you who supported our annual fundraiser. With your help we made it a great success again and we appreciat it very much. We hope you enjoyed the cinnamon rolls and Indian tacos. A special thank you goes out to all the v...

 

Annual US fall ritual of turning back clocks by 1 hour hits Sunday

WASHINGTON (AP) — Get ready for the annual fall ritual of turning back your clocks by one hour, and relish that extra hour of sleep this weekend. Daylight saving time is ending and it’s back to standard time for most people in the United States....

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    November 4, 2016

Hi-Line Living: A slow rise

Havre's Grateful Bread is not an overnight success. It's more like the slow rise of a loaf of bread made from scratch. Owner Rick Neuwerth's love for baking was kneaded in him a long time ago. "My mom...

 

For the Record, Nov 4, 2016

Havre Police Department Stormy Cloud Yearout of Havre, 18, was arrested on a charge of partner or family member assault after suspicious activity was reported Thursday at 10:26 a.m. on First Street Northeast. —— Officers investigated a complaint...

 

Hill County Commission

Monday 1:30 p.m. — Buildings Manager — Anez 5:30 p.m. — Park Board Meeting                 Tuesday County Offices are closed in observance of Election Day Wednesday 10 a.m. — Safety Meeting 1 p.m. — Center for Mental...

 

Havre City Council

Havre City Council will meet Monday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in Havre City Hall. The meeting agenda is: Call to order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on agenda items. For items not on the agenda, public comment will...

 

Hill County Park Board

Hill County Park Board meeting will be at the Timmons Room, Hill County Courthouse, at 5:30 p.m. Monday. 1. Approval of minutes 2. Approval of agenda 3. Guests and public comments on agenda items only 4. Cabin business 5. Old business: FEMA...

 

Jacob Bachmeier is the best candidate for HD 28

Editor, Last week, I received a political mailer that caught my eye. On the front, a stock photo of a 20-something sitting in a dark basement, holding a videogame controller, sullen face illuminated only by a television. On the back, a grotesquely di...

 

Indian Caucus endorses Democratic candidates

Editor, The Montana American Indian Caucus proudly endorses the following Native American Democratic candidates running for the Montana Legislature. Running for the state Senate, Frank Smith and Carolyn Pease-Lopez. Running for the House Of...

 

Your destiny is never in your comfort zone

Editor, Step out and do something for yourself and our people. American Indian reservations contribute just under one billion dollars per year to the economy of the state of Montana. I want to keep a large portion of that money home on the...

 

Vote for Hess in HD 28

Editor, It was noted the other day in a letter to the editor that Stephanie Hess is a nice person, but we should vote for someone else. It seems to me that we would want people of good character in public office. Someone who refuses to campaign...

 

Hess votes to not help people

Editor, State Rep. Stephanie Hess, a Havre Republican who is a member of the House Human Services Committee, voted in the last legislative session to kill Gov. Steve Bullock’s plan to expand Medicaid to provide health insurance to 70,000...

 

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