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Articles from the January 7, 2016 edition

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 By Paul Dragu    Local    January 7, 2016

VA fumbles the ball with local veteran

Rick Magnussen was frustrated. He was having trouble seeing why it was taking so long for the Veterans Choice Program to schedule eye and ear exams for him. The 64-year-old veteran had been trying to...

 

Frontier Time in the Armory: Skylights brace for talented Argos, Saints

To say the Frontier Conference is really good when it comes to women's basketball would be a gross understatement. In actuality, it's the best and deepest conference in all of NAIA Division I. And...

 

Frontier Time in the Armory: Lights host powerful rivals in UGF, Carroll

The Montana State University-Northern Lights have three main rivals when it comes to Frontier Conference basketball. And, they're opening the 2016 Frontier season with two of them, on back-to-back...

 

Pony matmen look for more in Cut Bank

The Havre High wrestling team has always enjoyed itself at the Cut Bank Invitational, but after winning 13 consecutive team titles at the event, it would be hard not to. This weekend, the Blue Ponies...

 

Havre's Warp honored by USA Today

The accolades from an outstanding career, and an outstanding senior season continue to pour in for Havre High's Dane Warp. The Blue Pony quarterback was recently named the Montana Offensive Player of...

 

Prep Basketball, College Basketball Standings

Prep Basketball Standings Boys 9C Conf. All Chester/J-I 4-0 5-1 Box Elder 2-1 4-1 Fort Benton 2-1 2-4 Chinook 4-2 2-2 Hays-Lodge Pole 2-2 2-4 North Star 2-2 4-2 Turner 0-3 1-5 Big Sandy 0-3 0-6 Girls 9C Conf. All Box Elder 3-0 5-0 Fort Benton 3-0...

 

Winter survival is for the birds

By Bruce Auchly FWP Region 4 Information Officer It’s winter. Nights are long, often cold. Days are short, sometimes with a sun that acts like it doesn’t want to come out and play. Depending on our disposition and age, we might smile or growl...

 

Obituary - Kenneth D. Rimmer

Kenneth D. Rimmer, 70, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016, at Benefis Medical Center in Great Falls. Visitation will be held from 2 until 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, at Holland & Bonine Funeral Home.  Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on... Full story

 

Obituary - Kathryn J. Donaldson

Kathryn J. Donaldson, 57, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016, at Peace Hospice in Great Falls. Kathy was born on Nov. 11, 1958, in South Chicago, Illinois, to Don and Shirlee (Lindemulder) Witt.... Full story

 

For the Record, Jan. 7, 2015

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a theft after someone from an 18th Avenue address called Wednesday at 9:04 a.m. to report that a toolbox and tools were stolen from the back of truck. —— Officers investigated a domestic disturbance...

 

Looking Out My Back Door: Next year country - next year people

While I have great respect for the past, I am not one to yearn for olden days. Not for me the re-enactments of historical events. I’ve no desire to escape today’s trials through romanticizing the...

 

Duck season closes today in Central Flyway, geese to close, then reopen

Press release For the Central Flyway — which includes all of the counties in Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 east of Hill County — duck and coot season will close today. Goose season in the Central Flyway will close Sunday, and then reopen for...

 

Red Ants Pants founder to headline Chamber annual meeting

From Havre Area Chamber of Commerce Sarah Calhoun, owner of women's workwear company Red Ants Pants and producer of Red Ants Pants Music Festival in White Sulphur Springs, will be the keynote speaker...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    January 7, 2016

Man assaults woman with Bible and chair

A Havre man threw a chair and a Bible at the mother of his child, according to court documents. Raistlen Katka, born in 1992, was arrested on suspicion of partner or family member assault Tuesday afternoon. Charges had not been filed against Katka...

 

A close look at Trans-Pacific Partnership

Just say the words trade agreement and you are likely to touch off a contentious debate in Washington, D.C., and throughout the country. There are two competing narratives in America, and most likely anywhere else when it comes to trade. One...

 

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