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Articles from the October 29, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 29, 2013

Ex- school board chief charged

Two more sets of charges alleging fraud and embezzlement of federal funds allocated to Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation were unsealed in federal court in Great Falls this morning. One set charges former Havre school board president Shad Huston and two... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    October 29, 2013

Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup

That's it and that's all. After an exciting week of high school volleyball on the Hi-Line, the regular season is over, and it's now officially district tourney time. Chinook clinched the District 6C E... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    October 29, 2013

Lights sweep in Lethbridge

The Montana State University-Northern Lights got to play their first three games of the 2013-14 men's basketball season in the friendly confines of the Armory Gymnasium. But this past weekend, the... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    October 29, 2013

Three Frontier teams rise in NAIA grid poll

It was a busy week of sports action around the Frontier Conference. Three Frontier football teams remain the NAIA Coaches Poll, released Monday afternoon. After beating Montana State... Full story

 
 Sports    October 29, 2013

Hi-Line Football Roundup

The final regular season football games were played on the Hi-Line over the weekend, and with a handful of local teams making the postseason, some state playoff seedings were finalized. On Friday, the Chester/J-I Hawks were looking for a Northern C 8... Full story

 
 Sports    October 29, 2013

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Dane Warp, Havre High Football There's no denying Havre high sophomore Dane Warp has been a prolific passer over the last two seasons. And in Havre's regular season finale, he showcased just that.... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 29, 2013

Early snow hits Hi-Line; most of the west suffers

North-central Montana got its first taste of winter this week, although the dusting was light compared to other parts of the state and nation and was mild compared to a storm that thrashed the northern plains a few weeks ago. Snow started falling in... Full story

 
 Local    October 29, 2013

Harlem youth will go to Disney

The Montana Hope Project granted a Harlem boy a wish to go to Walt Disney World with his family Monday. Richard L. Hader, the president of the Montana Hope Project and a Montana Highway Patrol... Full story

 
 Local    October 29, 2013

Two honored by garden club for seasonal yards

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Above: A Havre yard not to be missed at Halloween, said Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club members, is at 716 2nd Ave., where Donna and Bob Biem reside. Donna has been making Halloween fun for the past six years she... Full story

 
 Local    October 29, 2013

Two honored by garden club for seasonal yards

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown Above: A Havre yard not to be missed at Halloween, said Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club members, is at 716 2nd Ave., where Donna and Bob Biem reside. Donna has been... Full story

 
 Opinion    October 29, 2013

Don't worry, Box Elder Schools staying open

Editor: As the superintendent of Box Elder Schools, I would like to put your minds to rest regarding our school's status. Our school is staying open. We have made difficult decisions involving our staffing and programs. The Board of Trustees and our... Full story

 
 By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press    State News    October 29, 2013

ACLU, Montana settle women's prison lawsuit

BILLINGS (AP) — Montana's Department of Corrections will offer boot camp for female prisoners and cancel a mandatory treatment program that was criticized as degrading under a settlement announced Tuesday in a discrimination lawsuit. The state... Full story