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Articles from the January 16, 2014 edition

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Pony grapplers ready to tackle the Rockies

A week after getting back into the groove of things with a nearly 100 percent lineup, the Havre High wrestling team now heads into another daunting weekend in Missoula. Missoula's annual Jug Beck... Full story


Lights announce first recruits

The new semester has begun, and soon enough, the Montana State University-Northern football team will be back on the field for spring ball. And the Lights, who are coming off a tough, but productive... Full story


George Ferguson Column: It's a basketball rivalry weekend on the Hi-Line

Tournament time is still a month away. But if you’re a high school basketball fan, and you’re craving some postseason-like hoops, look no further than the Hi-Line this weekend. Yes, the regular se... Full story


Frontier Notebook: Frontier standings are a tangled mess

If anything has become abundantly clear so far during the Frontier Conference basketball season thus far, it's that the league is going to take many more twists and turns before the postseason arrives... Full story


Prep Basketball Standings, Power Polls, Frontier Basketball Standings

Prep Basketball Standings BOYS Central A Conf. All Browning 2-0 5-1 Belgrade 3-1 4-4 Havre 2-1 4-4 Lewistown 0-2 2-5 Livingston 0-3 1-6 Eastern A Conf. All Laurel 3-0 6-2 Glendive 2-0 6-0 Sidney 1-0 5-1 Billings Central 2-1 5-3 Miles City 1-4 1-5... Full story


Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Basketball Turner girls vs HLP, 6 p.m. Turner boys vs HLP, 7:30 High School Wrestling Big Sandy Tourney Friday High School Basketball Havre boys vs Browning, 7 p.m. Havre girls at Browning, 7 p.m. Rocky Boy girls vs Conrad, 7... Full story


Nursing director resigned, duties split up

Lisa O’Neil resigned as director of the nursing program at Montana State University-Northern Monday after a three-week administrative leave. Her duties have been split up into two positions – director of the nursing bachelor’s program and... Full story


Cancer benefit to aid long-time Havre resident

A cancer benefit for Virginia “Gin” Larsen-Batt will be held at the Eagles Club from noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, where Indian tacos will be served and visitors can bid at the silent auction. Larsen-Batt discovered she had cancer five years ago and w... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 16, 2014

Guardians Project embezzlement charges come to Fort Belknap

Two Hays women pleaded not guilty in federal District Court in Great Falls this week to charges they embezzled federal money allocated to a Montana Indian tribe. It was the first set of indictments from the Guardians Project on the Fort Belknap... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 16, 2014

NorthWestern Energy: 'We've got a lot going on'

The local manager of NorthWestern Energy said his employees on the Hi-Line are looking at a busy time in the next few years, with changes from replacing power poles — some almost as old as the Montana company — to how customers can pay their... Full story


Tilleman remembers hard work and failures before success

Craig Tilleman of Tilleman Motor Co.spoke at the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce’s 105th annual meeting Wednesday about his business’ long history in Havre. In 1977, Tilleman’s father, Mike Tllleman, decided to change his career — from... Full story


Pacific Steel and Recycling likes being a small company

What is today Pacific Steel and Recycling started off more that 100 years ago as a fur and hide business. Dex Nebel, head of the Havre office, told the Chamber luncheon that today his company recycles all kinds of materials, except glass. And it is t... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 16, 2014

NorthWestern Energy has rocky road to infrastructure, power investments

The investment NorthWestern Energy now is making in replacing, upgrading and buying power and natural gas production and transmission infrastructure is a reversal of a trend that started two decades ago and put two companies, including NorthWestern,... Full story


For the Record, January 16, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 8:44 a.m. Wednesday call from 1st Street about trash on a boulevard that the calling party wanted an officer to advise someone to pick it up. ——— A 14-year-old Havre girl was issued a summons on... Full story


Our View: Ban parties from backing judge candidates

Montana’s tradition of having nonpartisan elections for judicial races is under threat because of a federal appeals court ruling. The attorney general's office and the Commission on Political Practices hopes to go to the United States Supreme... Full story


Won't you be my neighbor?

Chip away the ice, pull on a pair of shorts, T-shirt, flip flops, sun block, a hat and come with me on a mini-tour of my immediate neighborhood. I’m only a block from the beach, so you might like... Full story


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