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Articles from the January 2, 2014 edition

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Pony matmen anxious to get back at it

After entering the holiday break looking to do a little tweaking and looking for some much needed rest, the Havre High wrestling team is once again ready to take the mat. But the top-ranked Class A... Full story


It's Frontier Time: Lights, Bears brace for big showdown

Just five days ago, the Montana State University-Northern Lights were at home, winning two games against little-known Northwest Indian College. But, in college basketball, things can intensify in a... Full story


It's Frontier Time: Bears, Blue Hawks will challenge Northern women

It’s been quite the start to the 2013-14 basketball season for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights. Picked to finish sixth in the Frontier Conference back in October, the Skylights... Full story


New provost chosen for MSU-Northern

Montana State University-Northern’s new provost has been chosen out of the final five candidates that visited the university in December. William Rugg, Ph.D., accepted the position of provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 2, 2014

80 mph winds, snow and bitter cold in forecast

The weather is expected to turn to the worse once again, starting with a wind watch in effect through Friday that could bring 80 mph wind gusts to the mountains. The forecasts also call for rain and... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 2, 2014

Havre man denies raping 5-year-old

A Havre man accused of knocking out a man and then raping the man’s 5-year-old son denied those charges Tuesday. Elliot Q. Daychild, born in 1986, who told investigating police officers that the father of the child told him he was going to get him... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 2, 2014

Man pleads not guilty to felony charges in assault

A Havre man denied in court Tuesday that he grabbed a 5-year-old relative out of a car and threatened her with a screwdriver. He also pleaded not guilty to drug charges. Jason R. Delorme, born in 1980, pleaded not guilty in state District Court in... Full story


Water line break closes Boxcars, part of 1st Street

Employees of Boxcars Restaurant and Casino found themselves without water this morning due to a broken water line. Craig Anderson, the owner of Boxcars, said his business will be without water until... Full story


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