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Articles from the December 19, 2013 edition

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 By George Ferguson    Sports    December 19, 2013

Unbeaten Skylights home tonight

When the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team takes the floor tonight for the first of two games in the annual Duck Inn Holiday Classic, the Skylights won’t just be putting an... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    December 19, 2013

Blue Ponies go back to work at CMR Classic

The holiday break is just around the corner for Havre High, but first, the Havre wrestling team must take on the 36th annual CMR Holiday Classic. The annual tournament is undoubtedly one of the... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    December 19, 2013

MSU's Daly captures Buck Buchanen Award

It’s been a big week for Montana State University senior defensive end Brad Daly. And it’s all because of the huge season Daly just finished last month. On Tuesday, Daly, the former Helena Capitol... Full story

 
 Sports    December 19, 2013

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Basketball Turner boys vs Havre frosh Turner girls vs Havre frosh Harlem girls vs Rocky Boy Harlem boys vs Rocky Boy North Star girls at Big Sandy, 6 p.m. North Star boys at Big Sandy, 7:30 C/J-I girls at Simms, 6 p.m. C/J-I... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 19, 2013

Baucus on tap as new China ambassador

Montanans may have a new U.S. senator even earlier than expected. Democratic sources say President Barack Obama may select U.S. Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., to take the place of U.S. Ambassador to China... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 19, 2013

United Way seeking help to help others

The head of United Way in Hill County said Wednesday that money is coming in to help fund agencies in the county, but with two weeks to go in the fundraising campaign, the organization is still $30,000 short of its goal. United Way Executive... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 19, 2013

Probation and $40,000 restitution imposed on assault

A Havre man was put on probation and ordered to pay more than $40,000 in restitution for an assault that sent another man to the hospital for reconstructive surgery. Kohl Jolen Keto, born in 1993, previously pleaded guilty in a plea agreement in... Full story

 
 By Lindsay Brown    Local    December 19, 2013

Quick Pic: Leadership High School has a day of volunteering

Ashlee Williamson organizes clothes at the Salvation Army Wednesday afternoon during Leadership High School's day of volunteering. Williamson and others helped put together gifts for the Giving Tree,... Full story

 
 By Lindsay Brown    Local    December 19, 2013

Quick Pic: Watercolors

Patrick Herron looks at Kris Shaw's watercolors on display for her show, "Cool, Clear Watercolors," during Friday's artist reception at Artitudes Gallery at the Atrium Mall. Atitudes hosts artist... Full story

 
 Local    December 19, 2013

For the Record, December 19, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers issued a summons after responding to an 8:18 a.m. Wednesday call from a 1st Street business about a man riding a bicycle on 1st Street who tried to pass a check on a deceased man’s account. ——— A two-vehicle... Full story

 
 Obituaries    December 19, 2013

Loretta Burnell

Loretta Burnell, 83, passed away on Dec. 18, 2013, at Northern Montana Hospital. A private family graveside service is being planned.... Full story

 
 Obituaries    December 19, 2013

Marilyn Joyce (Burfield) Welsh

Marilyn Joyce (Burfield) Welsh, 83, a Hingham homemaker who loved dancing, bowling, golfing, reading, bird-watching, and playing games, cards and Bingo, died Dec. 13, 2013, at Liberty Medical Center... Full story

 
 Opinion    December 19, 2013

Our View: Baucus has always been a voice for Montana

U. S. Sen. Max Baucus will step down from his seat to become ambassador to China. Baucus’ long and distinguished career in the Senate will serve him well in China. He will face some diplomatic challenges in China, which faces some prickly problems... Full story

 
 By Matthew Cramer    Opinion    December 19, 2013

VISTA service in Montana was rewarding 

This year I have had the honor of serving as an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America — VISTA — alleviating poverty in Montana. My position has been with the S.A.V.E. Foundation in Helena. I have had the opportunity to build community... Full story

 
 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    December 19, 2013

Impatient in a virtuous country

Patience is a virtue. In my new country I must exercise patience on a daily basis. Therefore I live among a virtuous people indeed. Logic 101. I, however, have been found out. I stand revealed as one... Full story

 
 By BRADLEY KLAPPER LAURIE KELLMAN Associated Press    State News    December 19, 2013

Watters becomes Montana's first female US judge

BILLINGS (AP) — Former state Judge Susan Watters has been sworn in as Montana's first female U.S. District Court judge. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy swore in the 55-year-old Billings native in a Thursday ceremony at the federal courthouse... Full story