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Articles from the January 22, 2014 edition

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Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Shay Snider, Harlem Wrestling

Wildcat Shay Snider has been agonizingly close to being a state champion, and he's got once chance left to make his dream come true As a grappler for the Harlem Wildcats, senior Shay Snider is... Full story


Skylights remain solid inside NAIA Top 25

It’s nearly the halfway point in the 2014 Frontier Conference basketball season, and the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team has a strong standing nationally. In the new NAIA... Full story


Local Bowling Report: Junior-Adult No-Tap League begins Monday

The Junior-Adult No-Tap League will make its debut Monday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. Bowlers are asked to be there by 6:30 as there are still a couple of spots to be filled. Anyone wanting to bowl in a short-season fun league can call Hi-Line Lanes at... Full story


Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Basketball Big Sandy girls at North Star, 6 p.m. Big Sandy boys at North Star, 7:30 Friday High School Basketball Havre girls at Livingston, 5 p.m. Havre boys at Livingston, 6:30 Box Elder girls vs Chinook, 6 p.m. Box Elder boys... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 22, 2014

Lafromboise pleads guilty to assaulting baby

GREAT FALLS — A Rocky Boy man pleaded guilty Tuesday to assaulting an 11-month-old child in his care as part of an agreement that would drop a murder charge stemming from the infant’s death, with sentencing scheduled for April. Garrett... Full story


Havre-company-sponsored twins switch spots for winter Olympics

Twin sisters Tracy and Lanny Barnes have been highlighted in the media a lot in recent days. They've been on CNN and the "Today" show. They have been featured by The Associated Press. The biathletes... Full story


Veterans Stand Down offers supplies, to vets and public

Veterans Stand Down, organized by the Veteran’s Administration and the community, seeks to “bring services to veterans and their families,” said a press release from the Fort Belknap Housing Department. At the event, military items such as... Full story


City votes to include local gov't review on ballot

Every 10 years, the Havre City Council decides whether or not to give voters the chance to decide if they want to create a three-person council to review the city’s government. Havre Mayor Tim Solomon said this is to give voters a chance to change... Full story


For the Record, January 22, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 11:32 a.m. Tuesday call from a 1st Street business about a motor vehicle accident between an Acadia and a Nissan. ——— A 13-year-old Box Elder girl was issued a summons for shoplifting after... Full story


Wellen A. 'Bud' Jones

Wellen A. "Bud" Jones, 90, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook with family members at his bedside. A memorial service will be held at 11... Full story


Robert William 'Bill' Nelson

Robert William "Bill" Nelson, age 66, born in Havre, Mont. on Feb. 8, 1947, passed in his home in Everett, Wash. on Jan. 8, 2014, in the peaceful presence of his two children, Joseph Nelson and Jill... Full story


Quick Pic: Remembering the dream

Michael McCrary reads the most famous portion of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech Tuesday at the food court at Montana State University-Northern. McCrary was one of six students... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 22, 2014

Solomon: Has scaled back snow removal at fairgrounds

The Great Northern Fair grounds manager and board members said not much new is in the planning for this year’s fair, with the groundwork set and proceding, although the manager said something new is happening with less snow removal on the grounds.... Full story


Washington fifth-grader seeks info on Montana

Hi. My name is Selena H. I'm 10 years old. I am in the fifth grade. I chose your state because it is AWESOME! My dogs are even from Montana, so I have been there a couple times. Montana is my state-report state. You're the only one that can get me... Full story


Stream access ruling is bad for Montana landowners

The Montana Supreme Court recent ruling on an important stream access case represents an alarming expansion of access law at the detriment of property rights. But despite headlines announcing a win for stream access, the court all but ignored the... Full story


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