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Articles from the January 30, 2014 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 30, 2014

HHS emergency generator fires up in test run

A surplus military generator was running at Havre High School Wednesday morning in a test demonstration for high school administration. Jim Donovan, the school district's director of grounds and... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    January 30, 2014

Lowrance shooting trial enters third day

The trial of a man who has maintained he was threatened and acting in self defense when he shot a pistol June 10 in a residential Havre neighborhood entered its third day in state District Court in Havre today. James R. Lowrance, born in 1990, was... Full story


For the Record, January 30, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 10:36 a.m. Wednesday call from a 1st Street business about someone who received a call from someone who was bragging about getting gas and driving off without paying for it Sunday. ——— Frank Eli... Full story

 By Don Beatty    Opinion    January 30, 2014

Don't complain too much, the streets could be worse

This is to the lady who was complaining about the first snow — that they weren't plowing the streets. With only 4 inches of snow, why would you want to waste the time and money on plowing? Lady, back in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, they never plow... Full story


Ode to spring and the nesting syndrome

Spring lurks around the corner patiently waiting to burst forth into kaleidoscopic glory. Down here in Mexico, while daily temperatures peak in the perfection of the lower 80s and bougainvillea,... Full story


Pony girls host Bison tonight

After reeling off an impressive six-game winning streak, four of which were conference wins, the Havre High girls basketball team is ready for another nonconference stretch to sharpen its skills. The... Full story


HHS boys home to face CMR Rustlers Saturday night

As the Havre High boys basketball team continues to bounce in and out of conference and nonconference play, wins have been relatively hard to come by on a consistent basis. But with two more... Full story


Blue Ponies have just Malta mat invite left

This weekend marks the last time the Havre High wrestling team will take to the mat before the divisional and state tournaments. And after a slight shift in the schedule, the Central A Blue Ponies... Full story


Big road games await Skylights

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights and the University of Great Falls Argos find themselves in a unique position tonight in Great Falls. It’s not often that teams, let alone bitter... Full story


Lights brace for rematch with Argos

The Montana State University-Northern Lights struck the first blow in their 2014 series with the University of Great Falls Argos. Now, just six days removed from the intense battle in Havre, the Light... Full story


Ringleader of Bakken scheme sentenced to 30 years

HELENA (AP) — A judge has sentenced a California man to 30 years in prison and ordered him to repay the victims of an investment scheme into non-existent oil-and-gas projects in eastern Montana. U.S. District Judge Sam Haddon told Yorba Linda... Full story


Report: Montana should add sage grouse protections

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A governor's council recommends Montana restrict new development in sage grouse habitat to avoid federal protections that would lead to tighter rules. The Greater Sage Grouse Advisory Council outlined its recommendations in a... Full story


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