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Articles from the January 12, 2015 edition

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Scouts developing new skills

More than 80 Boy Scouts from from Havre to Malta gathered at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Saturday morning to get merit badges in some unique subjects. The program was the third ann... Full story

 

Ponies down Eagles, Cowboys

It was an exciting weekend for the Havre High boys basketball team. Not only did the Blue Ponies continue their early-season dominance in the Central A Conference, but HHS also scored a last-second... Full story

 

Sweet Sweep

In the tough landscape of Frontier Conference women’s basketball, it’s hard to find anything better than beating a league rival by 41 points. Unless you turn around the next night and win an emoti... Full story

 

HHS girls thump Conrad, survive Lewistown

The Havre High girls basketball team is very good at winning the games they are supposed to win. And while that may have been more difficult this past weekend than normal, it doesn’t change the...

 

Lights left heartbroken at home

If losing to the Montana Tech Orediggers in the Armory Gymnasium for the first time in over a decade was a bitter pill for the Montana State University-Northern men’s basketball team to swallow, it... Full story

 

Nationals shake the Quake

The Glacier Nationals have been a work in progress this season. But, now that they are in the second half of their schedule, their development as a team and as individuals is clear to anyone watching.... Full story

 

Ponies dominate Cut Bank mats, again

The Havre High wrestling team has dominated the Cut Bank Invitational for the better part of a decade. And this weekend, the Blue Ponies continued that dominance by capturing their 13th consecutive...

 

Pony swim teams look sharp in Hardin

Three weeks is a long time to go without competition, in any sport. And then, when a return to competition means going up against the dominant team in your sport right away, the task can be daunting....

 

Wherefore art thou Class of 1970?

Twins are intriguing. My maternal grandmother was a twin, and mom had twin cousins. I have twin nieces (Kimberly Renee and Kelly Rae), whom I love dearly. Being the youngest child and four years behin... Full story

 

For the Record, Jan. 12, 2015

Havre Police Department A 17-year-old was arrested on charges of violation of a no contact order, purchase or possession of an intoxicant by a minor and on a pick up and hold order after an officer served a warrant at 8:13 a.m. Friday on 2nd Street.... Full story

 

Our View: Nix on term-limits idea

Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., started his Senate career off exactly the wrong way last week when he signed on to the idea of term limits for the U.S. House and Senate. Term limits have been tried and failed in Montana, and we see no reason to extend... Full story

 

Letter to the Editor: Supports running controversial cartooons

Editor: Thank you for standing firm on your right to publish cartoons or anything else of that nature. Scott Peley of CBS Evening News made a great comment, " ... because there is no democracy without journalism." Myron Boyle Havr... Full story

 

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for helping me on 2nd Street

Editor: I would like to thank the men who helped me out Tuesday afternoon when my car got stuck in the snow on West 2nd Street. It took them a while to get me back on the road again, and I am grateful. Bless them all. Sorry I don't know any of... Full story

 

Thrivent develops new forms of service

Thrivent Financial For one local organization, the new year ushers in significant change. A Thrivent chapter has been the local outreach organization for Thrivent Financial, a membership organization of Christians that offers a way to connect faith... Full story

 

Havre speaker takes a first at Lewistown tournament

Special to the Daily News Despite fielding one of its smallest teams all season, the Havre High School speech and debate team saw success in Lewistown over the weekend, though not enough to beat perennial powerhouse Belgrade High School. Havre took s... Full story

 

Northern ball set to celebrate students

The We Love Northern Ball is around the corner and will employ a new theme this year. The ball is one of Montana State University-Northern’s premier fundraising events and all the money gained at the ball will go to scholarships for future and curr... Full story

 

Zinke-Boehner bet ends in a tie

Freshman U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont.,  has a friendly but serious bet with House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, on the results of tonight’s  College national football championship. Zinke, a center for the Oregon Ducks in 1980-84, will wear a... Full story

 

U.S. Sen. Tester undaunted as lone Montana Democrat

HELENA (AP) — As the 114th Congress convened this week, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester said he isn't daunted by his new status as the lone Montana Democrat in Congress or by the fact that his party is now the minority in the Senate. "It will be similar to... Full story

 

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