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Articles from the November 14, 2017 edition

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117th Brawl of the Wild: Future Cat-Griz games may look different in Bozeman

Fans of both the Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies are very familiar with the sites and sounds surrounding the annual Brawl of the Wild, every other year when it comes back to Bobcat...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    November 14, 2017

United Way of Hill County in mid-fundraising season

United Way of Hill County is in the middle of its annual three-month fundraising campaign and a spokesperson said the goal this year is to raise more money than last year. "We were really in awe of...

 

Area gridders earn Northern C honors

It was a highly competitive season with the 8-Man Northern C and even though no local squads from the 12-team conference were able to make the 8-Man playoffs, there were still plenty of local schools...

 

Hi-Line spikers earn 6C East accolades

There were a lot of strong teams in District 6C East volleyball this season. That was obvious by how intense and exciting last month’s 6C East Tournament in Chester was. But there weren’t just...

 

Lights dominate at Trapper Open

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are excited about making their home debut this week on the wrestling mats. But first, the Lights took care of some business in Wyoming. On Sunday,...

 

MSU-N's Filius named Frontier Player of the Week

For the second time this season, a Montana State University-Northern player has earned Frontier Conference Women’s Player of the Week honors. Northern junior guard Peyton Filius was named Frontier...

 

For the Record, Nov. 14, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated after a Wilson Avenue caller reported Monday at 7:26 a.m. that someone drove into a fence and garage doors and there is no suspect in the area. —— Officers investigated after someone reported at the...

 

Letter to the Editor - United Way campaigns for hope

Dear Editor: Every fall, United Way of Hill County holds its annual campaign to raise money for its funded partners. Those funded partners are local nonprofit, service organizations that provide services, food, shelter, education, healthcare, and...

 

Third-graders visit care center for Veterans Day

By Julianne LaSmith Northern Montana Care Center was treated Friday by a visit from the third-graders from Lincoln-McKinley Primary School in Havre in observance of Veterans Day. They serenaded an aud...

 

Big Sandy FFA shines in Bozeman

From Big Sandy FFA Nov. 8-11 the Big Sandy FFA Chapter traveled to Bozeman to take part in the Sixth Annual John Deere Ag Expo. The chapter brought 23 students ranging in grades from seventh through...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    November 14, 2017

MAT sets play lotto for weekend

Montana Actors' Theatre will host a 24-Hour Play Festival Friday night and Saturday in which five groups selected by drawing will develop and later perform their own short plays. "It's just kind of...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    November 14, 2017

Planning on buffalo jump management continues

H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum Board Chair Judi Dritshulas said at Monday's monthly board meeting that Hill County Auditor Kathy Olson has said the county can handle the payroll of tour guides at...

 

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