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Articles from the January 24, 2014 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 24, 2014

Simpson turns himself in

A former Montana State University-Northern recruiter and standout athlete is back in the Hill County Detention Center. Joe C. Simpson II, charged with receiving marijuana to sell in Havre, turned himself into the Hill County Sheriff’s Department... Full story


FWP to consider making mule deer hunting antlered-only

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks had their final meeting Thursday night to present the tentative proposals to change the 2014-2015 hunting seasons. Scott Hemmer, the Havre-area wildlife biologist,... Full story


For the Record, January 24, 2014

Havre Police Department Joseph Curry Braaten, 29, of Havre was arrested on a Justice or City court warrant after an officer investigated suspicious activity at 9:08 a.m. Thursday at the Havre-Hill Library. ——— Officers investigated a 12:23... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    January 24, 2014

Celebrating History: Tragedy at Pioneer Meat Market

The courts in Hill County were busy this week in 1914. For this third installment celebrating that year, 50 years after the formation of Montana Territory, the information for this column comes from... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    January 24, 2014

Klingon: The official language of town council

Indian Trail, N.C.: the final town council frontier. This was the last general meeting of council member David Waddell. His four year mission: to explore strange new conservative practices, to seek out new funding and new budgets. to boldly cut... Full story


Streaking Argos invade Havre tonight

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are used to being the hunted when it comes to their rivalry with the Great Falls Argos. Year after year, the Argos seem to be chasing the Lights in the... Full story


HHS girls hunting for more Central A wins on the road

As the defending Central A Championships twice over, the Havre High girls basketball team knows the importance of conference games. The Central A Blue Ponies went 4-0 through the first half of... Full story


Busy weekend for Havre High swimmers

The Havre High boys and girls swim teams are hitting the stretch run of the 2013-14 season. And for yet another week, the Blue Ponies will race against quality competition. Havre will also get plenty... Full story


Skylights host high-octane Argos

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team has ascended to some exciting heights this season. And defense has been the name of the game. However, as good as the Skylights are on... Full story


First-place Pony boys face big road games

A win over Browning last weekend helped the Havre High boys basketball team slide into a three-way tie for first place in the Central A. But being there just one week isn't enough, and Blue Ponies... Full story


Lights survive UGF battle; Skylights down Argos

At this point in the season, every Frontier Conference basketball game feels like a must-win. And both Montana State University-Northern hoops teams accomplished that Friday night at the Armory... Full story


Friday's Prep Basketball: Havre girls dismantle Livingston

The Havre High girls basketball team is on a roll. The Blue Ponies won their sixth straight game and remained unbeaten in the Central A Conference by beating Livingston 58-16 Friday night. Meanwhile, the Blue Pony boys fell to the Rangers 62-55 Frida... Full story


Saturday's Prep Basketball

The Havre High girls basketball team continued its hot streak by beating the Belgrade Panthers 66-33 Saturday afternoon in Belgrade. Meanwhile, the HHS boys lost to the Panthers, 62-54 Saturday in Belgrade. For full coverage, see Monday's Havre Daily... Full story


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