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Articles from the October 24, 2013 edition

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MSU-N Wrestling Preview: Lights shooting for the top

Rebuilding the wrestling program at Montana State University-Northern has been a challenge former Northern NAIA national champion Tyson Thivierge accepted from the moment he was hired as MSU-N's head... Full story


Remember When...A day Samson will never forget

October 28, 2006 is a day that will live in infamy. It's a day that will forever be special to the Montana State University-Northern football program, the entire Northern campus, Lights' fans and the... Full story


Skylights take on Horns' in season debut

The men's basketball team at Montana State University-Northern has three games under it belt already. The women's team has had to wait a little longer. But the wait is over and the Skylights will... Full story


Frontier Notebook: Home schedule no easier for road-tested Lights

Road games in the Frontier Conference can be brutal. Just ask the Montana State University-Northern Lights, who haven't set foot on the turf at Blue Pony Stadium since Sept. 21. In fact, the season... Full story


Big Saturday looms for HHS spikers

The beauty behind the conference schedule is that the Havre High volleyball team always gets a second crack at their Central A foes. And when facing two conference rivals they haven't seen since the... Full story


Prep Football and Volleyball Standings

Prep Football Standings Central A Conf. Overall Belgrade 4-0 6-2 Havre 2-1 3-4 Lewistown 1-2 1-6 Livingston 1-2 1-7 Browning 0-3 1-7 Eastern A Conf. Overall Billings Central 4-0 6-1 Laurel 3-1 5-3 Sidney 2-2 6-2 Miles City 2-2 4-3 Hardin 1-3 2-5 Glen... Full story


Three to perform provost duties

Rosalyn Templeton’s duties as Montana State University-Northern provost and vice chancellor have been divided up between other college officials, Chancellor James Limbaugh said. So she was placed on leave until the Jan. 3, when her resignation is... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 24, 2013

Man leads deputies on 65-mile high-speed chase

Kyle Stanley faces two felony and a slough of misdemeanor charges after U.S. Border Patrol agents and county law enforcement from three counties captured him after a 65-mile high-speed highway chase. The Hill County Attorney’s Office has charged... Full story


STEM Room opens at Boys & Girls Club

The Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line showed off its new STEM Room Wednesday night, with youngsters explaining what they learned about science in the room. STEM - science, technology, engineering... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 24, 2013

MAT opens 'Little Shop of Horrors'

The local acting troupe opens its next production this week, with the curtain rising on the musical dark comedy "Little Shop of Horrors" Friday at 8 p.m. In the middle of that production, which runs... Full story


Rocky Boy council backs Native reform group

The Chippewa Cree Business Committee, the governing body at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, is supporting a new statewide organization that calls for reform on Montana’s Native reservations. While the chairman of the statewide group dismissed the... Full story


Karen Louise Dokken Jellum

Karen Louise Dokken Jellum, 70, passed away from complications from Alzheimer's disease on Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, at Sweet Nursing Home in Chinook. A celebration of life will be held in Chinook at... Full story


For the Record, October 24, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 9:58 a.m. Monday complaint at the police station about someone’s failure to register as a violent offender. ——— A 36-year-old Havre man was arrested on two state district court warrants after... Full story


Augare pleads guilty in tribal court

HELENA - A state senator and suspended Blackfeet leader has pleaded guilty in tribal court to charges similar to those he faces in federal court over fleeing a sheriff's deputy who stopped him for err... Full story


Sherry Arnold homicide trial moved to Glendive

BILLINGS (AP) — The trial of a Colorado man charged with killing eastern Montana teacher Sherry Arnold has been moved out of her home town. Attorneys for defendant Michael Keith Spell of Parachute, Colo., argued he could not receive a fair trial... Full story


Robber hits Crystal City Casino

Crystal City Casino in downtown Havre was robbed early Thursday morning. Police are looking for a suspect. A blurry photo of the suspect was captured on a surveillance camera. Authorities said the... Full story


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