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Articles from the January 31, 2006 edition


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  • New Technology for a New Generation

    Story & Photo's By: Larry Kline Page Design By: Stacy Mantle Greg Kegel touches a series of buttons on the machine's control panel, selecting the correct program. He steps back and folds his arms, and the mammoth machine goes to work. Its bit spinning at 12,000 rpm, the machine can cut 60 linear inches a minute. Guided back and forth by its program, the large gantry router cuts away at a wooden post, easy work for a piece of equipment made to cut a granite countertop with pinpoint accuracy. “It's beyond belief,” said K... Full story

  • Wildcats survive Chinook scare, stay unbeaten

    Chris Peterson Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com As the regular season begins to wind down, many of the District 9C boy's basketball teams are desperately jockeying for position. And after North Star and Box Elder each grabbed conference wins this weekend, it's beginning to look more and more like a two-horse race. Box Elder played host to Hays-Lodge Pole on Thursday night. The Bears, who have been playing well as of late, trailed by one point to the T-Birds at halftime in a...

  • Turner upsets North Star; Chester/J-I on a roll

    George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor [email protected]@havredailynews.com It was an interesting weekend of basketball across the Hi-Line. Just when it looked like the North Star Knights were ready to challenge Big Sandy for the District 9C regular season title, the Knights dropped both of their games this weekend, while the Pioneers swept. On Thursday night in Harlem, the Chinook Sugarbeeters stepped out of conference and renewed an old rivalry, as the Beeters defeated Harlem, 49-40. Chinook...

  • HHS swimmers close regular season at Helena invite

    George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor [email protected]@havredailynews.com The Havre High girls swim team finished in seventh place out a 10-team field at the Helena Invitational, as the Ponies scored 70 team points. The Bozeman girls easily captured the meet with 260 points. Individually, the Ponies got a strong effort from Megan Reinke. She finished in fifth place in the 100 backstroke, and teammate Kenzie Johnson finished fifth in the 50 freestyle race. Jessie Obrecht finished seventh in the 10...

  • RHONDA WEBB obituary

    BOZEMAN - Rhonda (O'Neal) Webb, 56, of Bozeman died Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. Rhonda was born in Havre on March 31, 1949. She worked in Havre, Seattle and Bozeman as a real estate broker. She was proceeded in death by her mother, Patsy; father, Tommy; and brother, Danny. Survivors include her husband of 41 years, Larry Webb; son, Aaron (Diana); daughter, Crystal; seven grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Tim O'Neal, Kathy (Rick) Johnson and Kelley Ferguson; and uncle, Norman O'Neal. A celebration of life will be held at 11...

  • EVIN OSTERBERG obituary

    Kevin LeRoy Osterberg, 50, of Havre died at his home Friday, Jan. 27, 2006, due to bone and pancreatic cancer. A memorial service for Kevin, known as “The Sheriff” of North Havre to his friends, will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church on Saturday at 2 p.m. with military honors to be held outside of the church. A reception for family and friends to roast and toast The Sheriff will follow at the Vets Club. Cremation has taken place and the ashes will be scattered at Kevin's favorite nature spot at a later date. Kevin w... Full story

  • LEISHA GRUENWALD obituary

    Leisha Holly Gruenwald, 30, of Waterloo, Iowa, formerly of Havre, died at her home Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006, after an illness due to cancer. A funeral service was scheduled for 2 p.m. today in St. Paul Lutheran Church at Clark with Minister Marion Grimes officiating. Burial was to follow in the Prairie Valley. She was born Nov. 21, 1975, at Cut Bank to Les and Jackie (Reiner) Nordtug. In May of 1976, she was baptized in Canyon Community Church at Coram. She was confirmed in St. Paul Lutheran Church at Havre. She attended...

  • ALBA BUGG obituary

    Alba Estelle Bugg, 91, former longtime Havre resident, died Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in Chicago. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at a future date. Alba was born to John Pit Phillips and Della Mae Love Phillips on Oct. 14, 1914, at Andrews, N.C. She attended public school there until her graduation. She entered the U.S. Navy in 1942 and completed her active service in 1946. She married Robert Edger Bugg of Whitefish in January 1946. In March of 1946, they moved to Havre, where the couple settled and... Full story

  • Funding questions remain for project

    Larry Kline Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com An architectural firm has presented community members with a master plan for the Hill County Fairgrounds, one that changes the location of a proposed special events center and moves the rodeo grounds east of their present spot. Funding for the proposed improvements still remains a question. The Hill County Commission recently told committee members that a possible bond issue on the November ballot would bring in no more than $6 million, due to a...

  • Fair will showcase Chippewa Cree culture, traditions

    Angela Brandt Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com Stone Child College is holding its first Midwinter Cultural Fair, which will teach tribal members, students and residents from across the area about Chippewa Cree culture and history with traditional food demonstrations, art exhibits, movie presentations and panel discussions. “It's the first we've ever had, and we're opening our door to a lot of our culture that had only been for the tribe,” Lloyd Top Sky said Monday. Top Sky, who is t... Full story

  • New Technology for a New Generation

    Story & Photo's By: Larry Kline Page Design By: Stacy Mantle Greg Kegel touches a series of buttons on the machine's control panel, selecting the correct program. He steps back and folds his arms, and the mammoth machine goes to work. Its bit spinning at 12,000 rpm, the machine can cut 60 linear inches a minute. Guided back and forth by its program, the large gantry router cuts away at a wooden post, easy work for a piece of equipment made to cut a granite countertop with pinpoint accuracy. “It's beyond belief,” said K... Full story

  • Wildcats survive Chinook scare, stay unbeaten

    Chris Peterson Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com As the regular season begins to wind down, many of the District 9C boy's basketball teams are desperately jockeying for position. And after North Star and Box Elder each grabbed conference wins this weekend, it's beginning to look more and more like a two-horse race. Box Elder played host to Hays-Lodge Pole on Thursday night. The Bears, who have been playing well as of late, trailed by one point to the T-Birds at halftime in a...

  • Turner upsets North Star; Chester/J-I on a roll

    George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor [email protected]@havredailynews.com It was an interesting weekend of basketball across the Hi-Line. Just when it looked like the North Star Knights were ready to challenge Big Sandy for the District 9C regular season title, the Knights dropped both of their games this weekend, while the Pioneers swept. On Thursday night in Harlem, the Chinook Sugarbeeters stepped out of conference and renewed an old rivalry, as the Beeters defeated Harlem, 49-40. Chinook...

  • HHS swimmers close regular season at Helena invite

    George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor [email protected]@havredailynews.com The Havre High girls swim team finished in seventh place out a 10-team field at the Helena Invitational, as the Ponies scored 70 team points. The Bozeman girls easily captured the meet with 260 points. Individually, the Ponies got a strong effort from Megan Reinke. She finished in fifth place in the 100 backstroke, and teammate Kenzie Johnson finished fifth in the 50 freestyle race. Jessie Obrecht finished seventh in the 10...

  • RHONDA WEBB obituary

    BOZEMAN - Rhonda (O'Neal) Webb, 56, of Bozeman died Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. Rhonda was born in Havre on March 31, 1949. She worked in Havre, Seattle and Bozeman as a real estate broker. She was proceeded in death by her mother, Patsy; father, Tommy; and brother, Danny. Survivors include her husband of 41 years, Larry Webb; son, Aaron (Diana); daughter, Crystal; seven grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Tim O'Neal, Kathy (Rick) Johnson and Kelley Ferguson; and uncle, Norman O'Neal. A celebration of life will be held at 11... Full story

  • EVIN OSTERBERG obituary

    Kevin LeRoy Osterberg, 50, of Havre died at his home Friday, Jan. 27, 2006, due to bone and pancreatic cancer. A memorial service for Kevin, known as “The Sheriff” of North Havre to his friends, will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church on Saturday at 2 p.m. with military honors to be held outside of the church. A reception for family and friends to roast and toast The Sheriff will follow at the Vets Club. Cremation has taken place and the ashes will be scattered at Kevin's favorite nature spot at a later date. Kevin w... Full story

  • LEISHA GRUENWALD obituary

    Leisha Holly Gruenwald, 30, of Waterloo, Iowa, formerly of Havre, died at her home Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006, after an illness due to cancer. A funeral service was scheduled for 2 p.m. today in St. Paul Lutheran Church at Clark with Minister Marion Grimes officiating. Burial was to follow in the Prairie Valley. She was born Nov. 21, 1975, at Cut Bank to Les and Jackie (Reiner) Nordtug. In May of 1976, she was baptized in Canyon Community Church at Coram. She was confirmed in St. Paul Lutheran Church at Havre. She attended...

  • ALBA BUGG obituary

    Alba Estelle Bugg, 91, former longtime Havre resident, died Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in Chicago. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at a future date. Alba was born to John Pit Phillips and Della Mae Love Phillips on Oct. 14, 1914, at Andrews, N.C. She attended public school there until her graduation. She entered the U.S. Navy in 1942 and completed her active service in 1946. She married Robert Edger Bugg of Whitefish in January 1946. In March of 1946, they moved to Havre, where the couple settled and... Full story

  • Funding questions remain for project

    Larry Kline Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com An architectural firm has presented community members with a master plan for the Hill County Fairgrounds, one that changes the location of a proposed special events center and moves the rodeo grounds east of their present spot. Funding for the proposed improvements still remains a question. The Hill County Commission recently told committee members that a possible bond issue on the November ballot would bring in no more than $6 million, due to a...

  • Fair will showcase Chippewa Cree culture, traditions

    Angela Brandt Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com Stone Child College is holding its first Midwinter Cultural Fair, which will teach tribal members, students and residents from across the area about Chippewa Cree culture and history with traditional food demonstrations, art exhibits, movie presentations and panel discussions. “It's the first we've ever had, and we're opening our door to a lot of our culture that had only been for the tribe,” Lloyd Top Sky said Monday. Top Sky, who is t...

  • New Technology for a New Generation

    Story & Photo's By: Larry Kline Page Design By: Stacy Mantle Greg Kegel touches a series of buttons on the machine's control panel, selecting the correct program. He steps back and folds his arms, and the mammoth machine goes to work. Its bit spinning at 12,000 rpm, the machine can cut 60 linear inches a minute. Guided back and forth by its program, the large gantry router cuts away at a wooden post, easy work for a piece of equipment made to cut a granite countertop with pinpoint accuracy. “It's beyond belief,” said K... Full story

  • Wildcats survive Chinook scare, stay unbeaten

    Chris Peterson Havre Daily News [email protected]@havredailynews.com As the regular season begins to wind down, many of the District 9C boy's basketball teams are desperately jockeying for position. And after North Star and Box Elder each grabbed conference wins this weekend, it's beginning to look more and more like a two-horse race. Box Elder played host to Hays-Lodge Pole on Thursday night. The Bears, who have been playing well as of late, trailed by one point to the T-Birds at halftime in a... Full story

  • Turner upsets North Star; Chester/J-I on a roll

    George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor [email protected]@havredailynews.com It was an interesting weekend of basketball across the Hi-Line. Just when it looked like the North Star Knights were ready to challenge Big Sandy for the District 9C regular season title, the Knights dropped both of their games this weekend, while the Pioneers swept. On Thursday night in Harlem, the Chinook Sugarbeeters stepped out of conference and renewed an old rivalry, as the Beeters defeated Harlem, 49-40. Chinook...

  • HHS swimmers close regular season at Helena invite

    George Ferguson Havre Daily News sports editor [email protected]@havredailynews.com The Havre High girls swim team finished in seventh place out a 10-team field at the Helena Invitational, as the Ponies scored 70 team points. The Bozeman girls easily captured the meet with 260 points. Individually, the Ponies got a strong effort from Megan Reinke. She finished in fifth place in the 100 backstroke, and teammate Kenzie Johnson finished fifth in the 50 freestyle race. Jessie Obrecht finished seventh in the 10...

  • RHONDA WEBB obituary

    BOZEMAN - Rhonda (O'Neal) Webb, 56, of Bozeman died Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. Rhonda was born in Havre on March 31, 1949. She worked in Havre, Seattle and Bozeman as a real estate broker. She was proceeded in death by her mother, Patsy; father, Tommy; and brother, Danny. Survivors include her husband of 41 years, Larry Webb; son, Aaron (Diana); daughter, Crystal; seven grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Tim O'Neal, Kathy (Rick) Johnson and Kelley Ferguson; and uncle, Norman O'Neal. A celebration of life will be held at 11...

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