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Articles from the November 2, 2016 edition

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 By Paul Dragu    Local    November 2, 2016

Havre native risks life to save woman from burning SUV

Havre native Dylan Shaw received a Lifesaver Award Thursday for pulling an unconscious woman out of a burning car. Shaw, who left Havre in 2008 and has been working for UPS in Missoula, was driving...

 

HHS spikers look for a fresh start

The 2016 season has been a challenging one for the Havre High volleyball team, but it's also one that is far from over. And this weekend, the Blue Ponies will have a chance at redemption as they get...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 2, 2016

Weather, prices upside down in north-central Montana

A topsy-turvy weather year that looked bleak early on received enough moisture in the north-central Montana region including Blaine, Chouteau, Hill and Liberty counties to produce some good harvests, although a decline in prices at the same time has...

 

Chinook, North Star ready to battle at the Northern C

While the Montana High School football playoffs head to their second week, another sport, volleyball, takes another step in its postseason as divisional tournaments will be held across the state...

 

Skylights play Lady Griz tough

Just last year, the University of Montana Lady Griz bludgeoned the Montana State University-Northern Skylights in early November. However, history didn’t repeat itself one year later. Tuesday...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Wednesday High School Volleyball Havre at Eastern A In Laurel Thursday High School Volleyball Havre at Eastern A In Laurel Northern C At Conrad Friday High School Volleyball Havre at Eastern A In...

 

Nov. 15 next deadline for FSA Filing

From Montana FSA BOZEMAN — USDA Farm Service Agency State Executive Director Bruce Nelson has announced that producers who file accurate and timely reports for all crops and land uses, including failed acreage can prevent the potential loss of FSA...

 

Report highlights Montana 'Beef to School' partnerships

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — A team of Montana State University researchers, stakeholders and community partners known as the Montana Beef to School Project has written a case study report to help Montana beef producers, meat processors, schools...

 

Montana Farmers Union annual convention features drone and other experts

GREAT FALLS — This past weekend Montana Farmers Union held its 101 annual convention in Great Falls at the Best Western Heritage Inn. The weekend was packed with workshops on drones, pulse crops, water rights, pesticide management and keynote...

 

State seeks damages for Yellowstone oil spill

BILLINGS (AP) — The state of Montana and U.S. Department of Interior have notified a Wyoming company that they’ll seek compensation for damages caused by more than 30,000 gallons of oil that spilled into the Yellowstone River from a broken...

 

4 teens face arson charges in Hamilton fire

HAMILTON (AP) — A campfire that wasn’t completely extinguished caused a wildfire near Hamilton that burned over 13 square miles of forest land, destroyed 16 homes and 49 outbuildings and cost $11 million to fight, Ravalli County officials said...

 

For the Record, Nov. 2, 2016

Havre Police Department Joshua James Fredrick Nimmick of Havre, 38, was issued a summons on a charge of criminal contempt related to a 24/7 Sobriety Program violation Tuesday at 8:07 a.m. at the police department. —— Kevin Bigby of Havre, 33,...

 

Obituary: Beulah Skoyen

CHINOOK — Beulah Skoyen, 92, longtime Chinook-area resident, passed away Oct. 30 at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home.  Funeral services will be held at the American Lutheran Church in Chinook Nov. 3, 2016 at 11 a.m.  Burial to follow at Kuper...

 

Come to Community Tree Lighting

The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce and members of the business community — along with many local organizations — have organized many holiday events from bazaars to the Community Tree Lighting at Town Square for all to enjoy this holiday season....

 

Vote no to I-182

Editor, Proponents of I-182 are trying very hard to make you believe that their initiative is a responsible and accountable solution to the medical marijuana debacle that Montana had to endure since 2004.  I-182 is neither responsible nor...

 

Hess best for HD 28

Editor, As a United States veteran of the armed forces, Rep. Stephanie Hess has my vote on Election Day. Hess understands that every citizen has a role to play in protecting America and keeping her great. While soldiers and sailors and airmen defend...

 

Please print our letter in your editorial section Love, Maris

Dear Editor, The fourth-grade at Aviston Elementary, located in southern Illinois, is learning about the United States and the different environments, climates, resources and highlights found in each region. The kids in the class think it would be fu...

 

Make a difference: Vote

Editor, Some time ago, I was challenged to do something positive that might make a worthwhile difference for our upcoming 2016 elections. Thus, this letter was produced. So be encouraged. Setting aside all the hype, opinions, dogma and personalities...

 

Hess for House

Editor, It was my pleasure to serve with Rep. Stephanie Hess in the 2015 Legislative Session. Stephanie’s integrity, thoughtfulness, and knowledge served her well as your representative. Stephanie Hess is fearless in the fight to protect the...

 

US says money for Indian land buys will come up short

MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press BILLINGS — An ambitious effort to restore tribal control over huge areas of privately owned land on American Indian reservations is projected to run out of money with millions of acres still unaddressed, according to...

 

Chamber sets Super Certificate Giveaways at tree lighting

From Havre Area Chamber of Commerce The Super Certificate Giveaway drawings will take place at the Community Tree Lighting, Saturday, Nov. 26. Havre merchants are participating in the holiday drawings for gift certificates and prizes valued to over...

 

Keeping it all in the family?

GREAT FALLS (AP) — Maybe it was a grizzly bear family reunion. Montana wildlife officials spotted 13 grizzly bears together on a private ranch in the foothills of the Rocky Mountain Front southwest of Dupuyer. Fish, Wildlife and Parks grizzly bear...

 

Montana official: Group broke disclosure law in court race

MATT VOLZ Associated Press HELENA (AP) — A national organization that seeks to elect conservative judges blatantly violated state law by not reporting $268,000 that was used for attack ads against a Montana Supreme Court candidate, the state’s...

 

Federal judge upholds Montana campaign disclosure law

MATT VOLZ Associated Press HELENA — Montana’s new campaign disclosure law has survived its first test, with a federal judge rejecting arguments that it unconstitutionally interferes with the free speech of groups that want to influence elections...

 

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