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Articles from the May 2, 2017 edition

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 By Paul Dragu    Local    May 2, 2017

Havre officer carrying the torch for Special Olympics

The annual Flame of Hope Torch Run for Special Olympics covers 2,700 Montana miles, and Havre Police Department's Josh Holt's contribution will be a 70-plus mile stretch to Fort Benton. Holt began...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    May 2, 2017

Area tracksters busy right now

The North/East Top 10 track meet is an annual stop for the top local tracksters in the area and today, the best of the best will head to Glasgow for the 2017 version. The Top 10 meet features the 10...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    May 2, 2017

Local Golf Report: MSU-N wraps up its season

May has arrived, and hopefully, that means the local golf season will be hitting its full stride. Last week however, saw one golf season come to an end. The Montana State University-Northern men’s a...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Alex Barkus, Havre High Softball Havre High's Alex Barkus is one of the Blue Ponies' top pitchers on the softball field. But, she also showed her prowess at the plate last Saturday in Livingston. In...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    May 2, 2017

Northern graduates first class of phlebotomists

Four students were honored at a pinning ceremony in Cowan Hall Friday, where they became the first graduates of Montana State University-Northern's new phlebotomy program. Delaney Beil, Sara Jimison,...

 

Health care professionals: The right call for stroke is 911

Press release Northern Montana Health Care and the Montana Cardiovascular Health Program are reminding residents of north-central Montana that the fastest access to stroke treatment is by ambulance. “Making the right call is vital to stroke...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    May 2, 2017

From the Courts, District Court May 2, 2017

A Fort Belknap man received three years probation Monday in state District Court in Havre for conspiring to sell drugs with a Havre man. Jodarryl A. Gone, born in 1992, received a three-year deferred imposition of sentence. The sentence is part of a...

 

Obituary: Ramona Mae Beck

In the wee hours of April 26, 2017, our mom, wife, sister and grandma - Ramona Beck - made her journey from this earthly life. Ramona Mae was born to incredible parents, Del and Ida Trulson, April... Full story

 

For the Record, May 2, 2017

Havre Police Department The dispatch log from Havre Police Department was not available by print deadline today. Hill County Sheriff’s Office Deputies investigated a juvenile status offense reported from U.S. Highway 87 at 11:17 a.m. Monday....

 

'Ultra-Rich' Gianforte: RightNow Technologies' congressman

What separates Greg Gianforte from the rest of us? Geography, issues and wealth. Montana is large and diverse: 144,000 square miles, 56 counties, 537 unincorporated towns and communities, 130 incorporated cities and towns, and 118,405 businesses —...

 

Thanks for sending me to the Legislature

The 65th Montana Legislation finished up work Friday. I was most fortunate and honored to have served all of you in District 14. It was a great educational experience and fulfilling to contribute to government at the state level. There are many I...

 

With executive order, extremism rooted in Utah casts shadow over Montana

By Hugo Tureck, Susan Barrow, and Shane Doyle Last week, President Trump signed an executive order instructing Secretary Ryan Zinke to review dozens of national monuments with an eye towards either shrinking the monuments or eliminating them...

 

Letter to the Editor: Dems should be embarrassed for nominating Quist

Dear Editor: I am scratching my head as to how the Democrat Party could nominate someone as unqualified as Rob Quist as their candidate for Congress. I would think Democrat Party stalwarts would be embarrassed to select for their candidate someone wh...

 

Letter to the Editor: Quist will be voice for Montana

Editor, My husband and I are life-long residents of Montana. We are 66 years old and have a grandchild in public school. We care about Affordable Health Care, grandfathered water rights, a clean environment, job opportunites, the Second Amendment...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    May 2, 2017

Park board talks cameras, paddle board festival

Hill County Park Board members will vote next month whether to approve a budget that includes, among other things, new siding for several cabins and surveillance cameras. The cabin siding and the...

 

Letter to the Editor: Gianforte: Montana is not for sale

Editor An open letter to Greg Gianforte: Mr. Gianforte, FYI Montana is not for sale. I just finished watching the debate on MTN tonight. You continue to mouth the same phony, dishonest lines that Donald Trump used to get elected that are turning out...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    May 2, 2017

City council sets new animal shelter fees

The Havre City Council at their meeting Monday voted unanimously to set new fees at the Havre Animal Shelter. All council members were present accept Jay Pyette, who was excused. Council member Terry Lilletvedt said the fee increases come after upgra...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    May 2, 2017

Students raising money for Japan wrestling trip

Two Havre High School students are raising money for a chance to visit Japan as part of a cultural exchange wrestling program. Havre High School students Cameron Pleninger, a freshman, and sophomore Martin Wilke are two of 20 chosen to be part of...

 

Obituary - Seth Adrian Anderson

Our gentle loving soul, Seth Adrian Anderson, 26, passed away April 29, 2017.     Memorial Services will be Friday, May 5, 2017, at 3 p.m. at the Havre Ice Dome.  Memorials may be made to Havre Ice Dome, Walleye children’s events, Hill County... Full story

 

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