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Articles from the January 18, 2017 edition

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Senior Night Destruction

For the final time this season and for some, the final time in their careers, the Havre Blue Ponies wrestled inside the HHS gymnasium Tuesday, taking on the Sidney Eagles. Over the years, the two East...

 

Frontier Notebook: MSU-N stars breaking records

After two full weeks of Frontier Conference play in January, it appears one thing is a certainty — men’s and women’s teams are going to continue to beat up on each other. And, as it relates to... Full story

 

Local Bowling Report: Challenge Tournament is Saturday

A correction from last week’s bowling report. The upcoming Challenge Tournament, which will take place Saturday, starts at 2 p.m. at Harvest Moon Lanes. We apologize for any inconvenience. Bowlers still have time to sign up. Just call or stop out,...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Basketball Harlem girls vs Malta Harlem boys vs Malta Friday High School Basketball Havre girls vs Belgrade, 6 p.m. Havre boys vs Belgrade, 7:30 p.m. HLP girls vs Chinook HLP boys...

 

Obituary: Patrick James Mader

It is very difficult to say good-bye to an amazing person who has touched our lives. Patrick James Mader, age 55, left us Jan. 11, 2017. His smile and hugs will be missed. Pat was born Feb. 6, 1961,... Full story

 

For the Record, Jan. 18, 2017

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a Tuesday 8:16 a.m. report from First Avenue of a vehicle broken into the previous night. —— Officers investigated a report of a missing person called in from Fifth Street Tuesday at 10:29 a.m....

 

Health Care: Finding Hidden Meaning in Political Words

After the most disruptive and disreputable presidential campaign and transition in memory, I seriously relate to the words of “My Fair Lady” lyricist Alan J. Lerner from the song “Show Me,” which begins: “Words! Words! Words! I’m so sick...

 

Recycle Montana Awards its 'Recycler of the Year'

Press release The nonprofit statewide organization Recycle Montana gave its first annual Recycler of the Year award at their recycling informational event held at the State Capitol in Helena. Rep. James O’Hara, R-Fort Benton, awarded the “Golden...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    January 18, 2017

Council votes to support Whitefish in hate speech issue

The Havre City Council voted 5-1 to back a proclamation to support residents of the city of Whitefish and condemn anti-Semitic activities that have thrust the western Montana city into the headlines in recent months. When the proclamation passed it...

 
 By Paul Dragu    Local    January 18, 2017

Commissioner complains about progress on fair manager post

Hill County Commissioner Diane McLean expressed frustration to Great Northern Fair Board members during the board’s monthly meeting Tuesday night for not having moved any closer to hiring a manager-groundskeeper. “We don’t have a job...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    January 18, 2017

City Council appoints Mel Paulson to fire chief

The Havre City Council Tuesday night voted to confirm the mayor’s appointment of Mel Paulson as the city’s new fire chief. Paulson, who has been with the department for a total of 21 years come April, two as its assistant fire chief, was sworn...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    January 18, 2017

Local lawmakers miss their scheduled video conference

None of north-central Montana state lawmakers showed up for their weekly legislative video conference Tuesday, with each saying they had other matters to attend to. Each week, Havre Public Schools and the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce host weekly...

 

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