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Articles from the November 2, 2004 edition

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Skylights go 2-1 at Canadian tourney

It wasn't perfect, but Montana State University-Northern women's basketball coach Mike Erickson will gladly take it. The Skylights' first road foray was a successful one with a 2-1 record at the University of Regina tournament in Regina, Sask.... Full story

 

Chinook, Chester go undefeated in conference

The high school volleyball season came to a close this past weekend, leaving local teams preparing for their respective district tournaments. A pair of Hi-Line teams accomplished the extremely tough feat of going undefeated in their conference...

 

JOHN WILSON obituary

MISSOULA - John P. Wilson Sr., 61, died Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2004, at his home in Missoula due to cancer. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Sunset Memorial Cemetery in Missoula. A reception will follow at the Inn on Broadway, 1609...

 

Montana ingredients featured in winning recipes

Montana chefs cooking with Montana ingredients created lovely meals at the recent Montana Chef Competition. The Montana Department of Agriculture sponsored the event to promote the use of Montana products in gourmet cooking. The cooking and judging...

 

IRENE MCCORMICK obituary

Irene Marie McCormick, 77, died Saturday, Oct. 30, 2004, at a Havre hospital of natural causes. A prayer vigil will be 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel, and her funeral service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, also at the Holland &... Full story

 

KIELA LAURENCE obituary

FORT BELKNAP AGENCY - Kiela A. Laurence, infant daughter of Moses and Amber (Blacklance) Laurence of Fort Belknap, died Friday, Oct. 29, 2004, at Benefis Healthcare. A wake was held Sunday evening at the home of Ruth LaMere east of Fort Belknap...

 

JAMES FLYNN obituary

James Robert Flynn, 80, died Saturday, Oct., 30, 2004, at his residence of natural causes. His memorial service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Van Orsdel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Vaundalee Delong officiating. Burial will follow at the...

 

Rate of huffing higher at HPS than at other schools

and Havre Public Schools Hi-Line residents have all heard the public service announcements on the radio about "sniffing" and "huffing." But what is sniffing? What is huffing? And who should be worried? Sniffing and huffing refer to purposely breathin...

 

HHS speech team takes trophy

The Havre High School speech and debate team Saturday won the class ABC sweepstakes trophy at the C.M. Russell High School tournament. Havre's team competed against students from class AA, A, B and C schools, including the four schools from Great...

 

No takers for the Heritage Center building

No one has offered to buy the Heritage Center from the city of Havre, meaning the city may soon be forced to board up the windows and mothball the building, Havre Mayor Bob Rice said Monday. Rice said the city has enough money in its Heritage Center...

 

City water, sewer rates to increase

Krystal Spring Property owners in Havre will soon see an increase in their water and sewer rates. The Havre City Council unanimously voted Monday to raise rates by an average of $4.30 per month. The increases are scheduled to go into effect next...

 

BNSF identifies accident victim as Havre man

A Havre railroad worker killed Monday may have been crossing the track to inspect an approaching train when the train struck him, a BNSF spokesman said today. Brian Chris Henry, 45, was killed about 5:20 a.m. Monday when he stepped from a nonmoving...

 

He's a backbone at the Vets Club

It was a long, winding road that led Cal Burr, 78, from Tacoma, Wash., to Havre -through the Pacific Theater of World War II, the mines at Butte, and a stint with the railroad at Glasgow. That road has given him many friends, a family, a home he buil... Full story

 

Rudyard's only grocery closes

RUDYARD - An era ended in Rudyard on Oct. 2. - a sign of the times, some say - when a mainstay business closed its doors for the last time. J & J Grocery, known for decades on the Hi-Line as Sanvik & Sons and later as Sanvik Bros., sits behind...

 

'Be seen to be safe' is the rule for children heading to school

This week is National School Bus Safety Week. The National Association for Pupil Transportation picks a theme each year, encourages poster and essay contests, and promotes safety practices to help ensure safe passage for children to and from school....

 

Montana ingredients featured in winning recipes

Montana chefs cooking with Montana ingredients created lovely meals at the recent Montana Chef Competition. The Montana Department of Agriculture sponsored the event to promote the use of Montana products in gourmet cooking. The cooking and judging...

 

Skylights go 2-1 at Canadian tourney

It wasn't perfect, but Montana State University-Northern women's basketball coach Mike Erickson will gladly take it. The Skylights' first road foray was a successful one with a 2-1 record at the University of Regina tournament in Regina, Sask....

 

Chinook, Chester go undefeated in conference

The high school volleyball season came to a close this past weekend, leaving local teams preparing for their respective district tournaments. A pair of Hi-Line teams accomplished the extremely tough feat of going undefeated in their conference... Full story

 

JOHN WILSON obituary

MISSOULA - John P. Wilson Sr., 61, died Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2004, at his home in Missoula due to cancer. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Sunset Memorial Cemetery in Missoula. A reception will follow at the Inn on Broadway, 1609...

 

IRENE MCCORMICK obituary

Irene Marie McCormick, 77, died Saturday, Oct. 30, 2004, at a Havre hospital of natural causes. A prayer vigil will be 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel, and her funeral service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, also at the Holland &...

 

KIELA LAURENCE obituary

FORT BELKNAP AGENCY - Kiela A. Laurence, infant daughter of Moses and Amber (Blacklance) Laurence of Fort Belknap, died Friday, Oct. 29, 2004, at Benefis Healthcare. A wake was held Sunday evening at the home of Ruth LaMere east of Fort Belknap... Full story

 

JAMES FLYNN obituary

James Robert Flynn, 80, died Saturday, Oct., 30, 2004, at his residence of natural causes. His memorial service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Van Orsdel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Vaundalee Delong officiating. Burial will follow at the...

 

Rate of huffing higher at HPS than at other schools

and Havre Public Schools Hi-Line residents have all heard the public service announcements on the radio about "sniffing" and "huffing." But what is sniffing? What is huffing? And who should be worried? Sniffing and huffing refer to purposely breathin...

 

HHS speech team takes trophy

The Havre High School speech and debate team Saturday won the class ABC sweepstakes trophy at the C.M. Russell High School tournament. Havre's team competed against students from class AA, A, B and C schools, including the four schools from Great...

 

No takers for the Heritage Center building

No one has offered to buy the Heritage Center from the city of Havre, meaning the city may soon be forced to board up the windows and mothball the building, Havre Mayor Bob Rice said Monday. Rice said the city has enough money in its Heritage Center...

 

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