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For the Record, April 19, 2019

Havre Police Department Officers were called to a hit-and-run vehicle crash on the Montana State University-Northern campus Thursday at 10:56 a.m. -- A vehicle crash was reported on Third Street at... Full story

Hi-Line Living - Watching the border in northern Montana

The presence of the U.S. Border Patrol in north-central Montana has changed since the Spokane District established a sub-office in Havre July 31, 1924, and since it became the Havre Sector... Full story

California man sentenced for trafficking oxycodone on Rocky Boys Reservation

From U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana GREAT FALLS—A California man who admitted supplying prescription pain pills for distribution on the Rocky Boys Indian Reservation was sentenced on April 18 to 92 months in prison and to three years... Full story

Great Northern Special Olympics Spring Games come to Havre

Last year, because of the harsh, long winter, the Great Northern Area of the Montana Special Olympics had to cancel the Great Northern Spring Games, but this year the Special Olympics are back with...

Lions travel 1,200 miles, test eyes of children

From Havre Lions Club Havre Lions recently traveled more than 1,200 miles testing eyes. Havre Lions Eye Testing concluded for 2018-19 year, after testing eyes at 12 different towns on the Hi-Line....

Pony thinclads race in Belgrade

In terms of results, the first month of the track season couldn't have gone much better for the Havre High girls track team as the Blue Ponies have finished first or second as a team in each of their...

Lewistown turns away Blue Ponies

The Havre High softball team hit the road Thursday night to take on the Lewistown Eagles in the Blue Ponies' first Central A conference game of the season and, unfortunately for HHS, things didn't go...

Lights aim to put the finishing touches on spring ball

After weeks of practicing and even one controlled scrimmage, the Montana State University-Northern football team will be playing live football Saturday when the Lights take part in their annual...

Letter to the Editor - Stories on Medicaid and Colstrip are dogs that won't hunt

Editor, Pretending that opposition to continuing Montana’s “Medicaid expansion” had anything to do with the federal budget deficit is a joke that is almost as funny as the proposal by state Sen. Sales earlier this Montana legislative session... Full story

View from the North 40: English speakers unite - for a better vocabulary tomorrow

Earlier this week a friend of mine was puzzling over why English speakers use the word “disgruntled” all the time, but we never drop the “dis” prefix and say “gruntled.” A “disgruntled” customer can file a complaint, but why don’t...

Community Events Calendar

Friday, April 19 “I am (not) my Mother,” a Montana Actors’ Theatre production, 8 p.m., MSU-Northern’s Little Theatre. Doors and Backstage Lounge open at 7:30 p.m. Easter Egg Hunt, ages 1-3 at... Full story

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