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Lights break Mustangs on the mat

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team wanted to finish its home schedule in dominant fashion. The Lights were also unhappy with the way they performed at last weekend's NAIA National Du... Full story


Blue Pony grapplers set to take on Class A's best

The Havre High wrestling team is getting closer, and closer to competing at the Class A state tournament in Billings, and this weekend in Belgrade, the Blue Ponies will get an in-depth look at many of the teams that will also compete at the state...


Hawaii hometown backs Te'o after girlfriend hoax

LAIE, Hawaii (AP) — People in small Hawaii hometown of Manti Te'o are offering support for the Notre Dame linebacker, after the story of his girlfriend and her death from leukemia were revealed as a hoax. AP Photo/Winslow Townson, File Notre Dame... Full story


Lights break Mustangs on the mat

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team wanted to finish its home schedule in dominant fashion. The Lights were also unhappy with the way they performed at last weekend's NAIA National Du... Full story


Chamber celebrates 104 years with impressive speakers

Havre Daily News/Lindsay Brown A crowd gathers in the Duck Inn Olympic Room Wednesday to attend the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting. The Havre Area Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 104th year with its annual meeting at the Duck Inn... Full story


Bill seeks test for pot impairment while driving

HELENA — Lawmakers on Thursday were considering a renewed effort to test drivers suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana — a measure law enforcement agents said is necessary to deal with an increase in such cases. Republican Rep....


Montana Senate Republicans meet for pep talk

HELENA — Montana Senate Republicans held a pep talk Thursday for their members after documents detailing an internal power struggle publicly exposed a widening rift within the caucus — but the message was met with skepticism by at least one...


Ryan Leaf kicked out of drug treatment center

HELENA — Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been moved from a drug treatment center to the Montana State Prison for threatening a staff member and violating his treatment plan, a corrections official said Thursday. The former San Diego Chargers...

 By Tristan    Sports    January 17, 2013

Thursday's Prep Basketball

Thursday's Scores The Associated Press BOYS BASKETBALL Bigfork 68, Plains 21 Choteau 65, Fairfield 61 Ennis 61, Lone Peak 32 Florence 60, Thompson Falls 28 Glendive 51, Colstrip 40 Helena 53, Butte Central 49 Helena Capital 54, Missoula Hellgate 39... Full story

 By Tristan    State News    January 17, 2013

Emails document Senate GOP leadership power struggle

HELENA (AP) — A series of emails shows plans by conservative Republicans to take over leadership of the state Senate from a more moderate faction. The documents obtained by the Great Falls Tribune also outline a long-term strategy that includes... Full story

 By Tristan    Sports    January 17, 2013

Prep Basketball Standings and Power Polls

Montana Prep Basketball Standings BOYS Central A Team Conf. Overall Belgrade 4-0 6-4 Browning 2-1 6-2 Livingston 2-2 2-7 Havre 1-2 2-6 Lewistown 0-4 1-8 2B Conf. Overall Malta 5-0 8-1 Wolf Point 3-1 7-2 Plentywood 2-1 6-3 Glasgow 2-2 6-3 Harlem 1-3...


Frontier Notebook: Lights, Warriors and Argos square off

Even after Rocky Mountain College captured the 2009 NAIA men's basketball national championship, it has seemed as though Frontier Conference teams have had a hard time making headway in the weekly...


George Ferguson Column: It's time to rock the Armory

It's that time of year. It's the time of year when basketball championships are won and lost. George Ferguson Sports Editor It's also the time of year when the Armory Gymnasium really comes alive.... Full story


HHS's Armstrong now a Battlin' Bear

Havre High's Sarah Armstrong emerged as one of the top prep volleyball players in the state last fall. She led the Havre High volleyball program to a solid run at the Central A divisional tournament, and will now move up to the col Havre High senior...

 By Tristan    Obituaries    January 17, 2013

Wesley Brook Collier

Wesley Brook Collier Wesley Brook Collier, 31, of Havre, Mont., passed away May 10, 2013. His memorial service will be 1 p.m. Saturday, May 18, 2013, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness, 730 13th St. West Havre, Montana. He was born Aug. 13,...

 By Tristan    Obituaries    January 17, 2013

Anne Marie Stranahan Shaw

Anne Marie Stranahan Shaw Anne Marie Stranahan Shaw died Saturday, May 11, 2013, at her home in Missoula, in the loving care of family, after a brave fight with cancer. She was born May 6, 1935, in Fort Benton, to Clinton Goodwin and Marie Ethel... Full story

 By Tristan    Obituaries    January 17, 2013

Bruce A. 'Buzz' Doney

Bruce A. 'Buzz' Doney Bruce A. "Buzz" Doney, 62, of Hays passed away of natural causes on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, at Indian Health Services in Fort Belknap. A viewing for family and friends will be at his home at 2 p.m. and wake services will begin...


Montana jobless rate down, Hi-Line rate plunges

Montana's unemployment rate fell slightly to at 5.5 percent in April, down by 0.1 percentage points from March. The national rate decreased by the same amount, but remains much higher than Montana's unemployment at 7.5 percent. With the advent of...


Graduations scheduled across the Hi-Line

High school graduations begin in full force this weekend, as seniors say goodbye to their high schools and start their adult lives. The final numbers aren't in, but Havre High School will have the largest graduating class, while only 11 will...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 17, 2013

Wahkpa Chu'gn, Wildlife Museum on television, Hands on History a success

The H. Earl Clack Museum Board this week heard updates on events completed, work being done, work being planned and a local attraction being featured this month on public television. Anna Brumley, manager of the Wahkpa Chu'gn Buffalo Jump... Full story


Saturday will mark opening of Bailey Reservoir access

In the late 1960s, Howard Bailey built a reservoir on his property south of Kremlin. The reservoir is, at the longest point, nearly two-thirds of a mile long, and Bailey became something of a hero to area fishers. "He just looked over the prairie,...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 17, 2013

Sangray resigns from Highway Patrol

Less than two months after being placed on administrative leave, the head of the local nine-county district of the Montana Highway Patrol will end his 22-year career with the force. Montana Highway Patrol announced this week that Capt. Brad Sangray h...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 17, 2013

St. Marks asks court to act on Rocky Boy election

The picture of the upcoming special election at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation could be changing again. Three days after Michael "Big Mike" Corcoran announced he was withdrawing his candidacy for chair of the Chippewa Cree Tribe's Business...


Diamond Dreams

Davee McLeod isn't just any Havre High senior to navigate through the Blue Pony softball program the last four years. Yes, McLeod has been a permanent varsity fixture since her freshman season. And yes, as a freshman, McLeod was a key player in the... Full story


Local thinclads excel at Northern C Divisionals

Local track and field programs are one step closer to the state meet, and area athletes performed very well at the Northern C divisional track meet. Thursday in Great Falls, Chinook, North Star, Chester/J-I, Box Elder, and Big Sandy all competed at...


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