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Articles from the February 6, 2020 edition

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Hi-Line Athlete Profile: J.T. Hauer, Chinook

The Hi-Line has seen its fair share of talent make it big at the next level. Those athletes have always started from somewhere and worked hard to make their way to the top. The dedication, effort and...

 

Special Olympics bowling championships returns Friday

Special Olympics Montana is hosting Havre's Bowling Championships Friday at Harvest Moon Lanes. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. for volunteers and teams competing, the opening ceremony starts out at 9:15 fo...

 

Northern grapplers set for back-to-back home duals

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are a relatively young wrestling team this season. So, when they celebrate senior night against Northwest College Friday night, it will be a pretty quick...

 

Lights aim to build some momentum on the road

One thing that has eluded the Montana State University-Northern Lights this season is consistency. The Lights just haven't been able to build any forward momentum. But after an exciting win over...

 

Skylights hoping to rebound at Western, Rocky

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights opened their Frontier Conference season with a pair of exciting wins against Rocky Mountain College and Montana Western. But that was back in early...

 

Prep College Standings, Polls

Prep Basketball Standings GIRLS Northeast A Conf. Overall Havre 6-0 13-1 Glendive 4-2 8-5 Sidney 3-3 4-10 Lewistown 3-3 3-11 Miles City 0-8 0-13 Southeast A Conf. Overall Hardin 5-1 13-1 Billings Central 3-1 11-2 Laurel 1-2 9-4 Livingston 0-5 7-6...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Musings, observations, and outright guesses

I could have said “outright lies” but I have no blessed idea how I am going to fill this page so “guesses” seemed the more appropriate word. Most weeks I know exactly what I want to say. It...

 

Election year: Lessons from the past, dreams for the future

It was the moonless night that became a radiant source of light for a new generation. The Fifth Crusade brought the epic clash of civilizations to a climactic intensity. Giant Christian and Muslim armies had been facing each other in the Egyptian...

 

Montana MIWW representatives compete at nationals

Press release Montana Make It With Wool representatives showed off their talents with Southwestern Fun, Fashion, Friendship, and Flair! during the 72nd annual National Make It With Wool competition as...

 

Pollington holds farewell show at Artitudes

Press release Artitudes Gallery presents "New Beginnings," artwork by Linda Pollington. "New Beginnings" is Linda Pollington's farewell show for Havre and Artitudes Gallery. As she moves toward new...

 

For the Record, Feb. 6, 2020

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a report made at 1:57 p.m. Wednesday from a business on the 700 Block of First Street that someone wrote a bad check to the business. -- Animal control...

 

Obituary - James 'Buzzy' Sangrey

James “Buzzy” Sangrey, 75, passed away due to natural causes at his residence Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Wake services began at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 5, 2020, with a rosary recited at... Full story

 

Obituary - Leroy M. Stiffarm

Editor’s note: This version updates services location to Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Leroy M. Stiffarm, 54, passed away due to natural causes at Benefis Medical Center Sunday, February 2, 2020.  Wake services will begin at the Sacred Heart... Full story

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 6, 2020

Documentary on culture of Fort Belknap tribes hitting major film festivals

A number of Harlem High School students have come together in an extracurricular group, Milk River Productions, for the past couple of years making student films, most recently releasing the film...

 

Comment sought on proposed pavement preservation project north of Joplin

From Montana Department of Transportation The Montana Department of Transportation has announced and invites the public to  comment on a proposal to improve about 10 miles of North Joplin Road going through and north of Joplin. The project begins...

 

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