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Articles from the February 12, 2016 edition

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  • Gianforte in Havre

    Alex Ross|Updated Feb 13, 2016

    Republican Greg Gianforte came to Havre Friday for the first time since officially declaring his candidacy for governor Jan. 20. The stop was the latest on Gianforte's "Regulation Roundup," a statewide tour that began Monday. The electrical engineer turned software company founder and billionaire is embarking on the tour to hear how regulations are affecting Montanans. "There is no silver bullet, but if we round up the regulations that are getting in the way, when I am...

  • Class A Update: Seven Ponies to wrestle for state titles

    Updated Feb 13, 2016

    Updated, Saturday, 2 p.m.: The Havre Blue Ponies have the Class A state championship all but locked up. Now, it's a matter of seeing how many state champs the Ponies can get as they pushed seven grapplers into tonight's final round. Also, with Ryan Stewart placing fifth and Dane Flammond finishing third, Havre will place nine individuals overall. Going into the finals, the Ponies have 187.5 points, while Polson is in second with 147.5. A - 113 - Ryan Stewart (33-16) placed 6th and scored 11.00 team points. Champ. Round 1 -...

  • Cheering on the Blue Ponies

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

  • Celebrating history: Things set up in courthouse

    Emily Mayer|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    The newspapers 100 years ago this week announced that it was very cold. However, that did not stop the people of this area from conducting business and having fun. The Feb. 12, 1916 issue of The Hill County Democrat had some news about the courthouse. Barely a month had passed before changes were already taking effect. TAKE OFFICE IN COURT-HOUSE Through the courtesy of the Board of County Commissioners, L. K. Devlin and George Dewar have each taken a new office in the Hill...

  • View from the North 40: February, what are you doing?

    Pam Burke, Humor columnist|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    February? Oh, right, I’m supposed to hate February. It’s the second month in a row without a vacation-worthy holiday — after that Thanksgiving-Christmas-New Year glut of free time. The rest of the world is talking about spring and that liar Punxsutawney Phil, but up here in the near-Arctic no skunks are out, no bears have emerged looking for tourists to eat, sewer lines haven’t thawed, horses aren’t shedding, only the impatient cows (and the ones seduced by errant, vagabond...

  • Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Laurel: A Teddy Roosevelt impersonator visited Havre High School earlier this week to give students a first-hand lesson in history. Hal Stearns, a Montana storyteller, spoke last week at the Senior Center of northcentral Montana giving people interesting facts about Montana’s many small towns. These are just two facets of great programs sponsored by Humanities Montana under its Hometown Humanities program that is focused on Havre this year. We’d like it if the special program never ended. It has provided lots of cul...

  • Hill County Commissioners

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    MONDAY County Offices are closed, in observance of Presidents’ Day TUESDAY 10:30 a.m. — Road Supervisor Otto 5:30 p.m. — Fair Board meeting WEDNESDAY 2 p.m. — County attorney meeting THURSDAY 10 a.m. — County officials meeting 10 a.m. — Bear Paw Development annual meeting 11 a.m. — Business meeting Manual claims Employment review Resolutions Tax adjustments County permit approval Subdivision/survey approval Contracts Time for comments from the public Noon — Bear Paw Development annual meeting luncheon 3:00 p.m. — Airport...

  • Havre City Council

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    The meeting is Tuesday instead of Monday, because Monday is Presidents Day. The agenda: Call to order Pledge of Allegiance Roll call Minutes Committee reports Public comment on regular agenda items: 1 through 6 only. For items not on this agenda, public comment will be taken at the end of the agenda. Comments offered here are limited to one minute. Regular agenda 1. Anderson-Zurmuehlen Fiscal Year 2015 audit report presentation. 2. Resolution No. 3724 — A resolution authorizing participation in the Board of Investments of t...

  • Obituary - Robert N. Compton

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Robert N. Compton, 44, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m., Feb. 14, 2016, at St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic Church, and his funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, also at St. Jude Thaddeus. Burial will follow in Cottonwood Cemetery. Rob's family has requested that memorial donations be made in his name to the 4-H Chuckwagon, 315 4th St., Havre, to Montana State University-Northern Foundation for scholarships, PO Box 1691... Full story

  • For the Record - Friday, Feb. 12, 2016

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Havre Police Department Officers investigated a report of vandalism after a caller from a Cypress Drive address reported Thursday at 6:04 p.m. that a window on a pickup truck had been broken. —— A 14-year-old boy was arrested on a charge of partner or family member assault after a caller from a Saddle Butte Drive reported Thursday at 11:38 p.m. that her son and nephew were fighting. Hill County Sheriff's Officer Deputies made two arrests Thursday at noon at the Hill County Detention Center: Shon Corey McMillian, 24, of Wat...

  • Local Bowling Report: Two big tournaments coming to Hi Line Lanes

    Ken Brubaker|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Over the weekend a few area bowlers traveled to Choteau to bowl in a scratch tournament. Shawn Mariani and Kelly Olson placed eighth and 11th, respectively while Jim LaBuda of Big Sandy ended up in the ninth position. The tournament was won by Lefty Mark Hodges from Butte, a former P.B.A. member and a Hall of Fame bowler. Hi Line Lanes is presenting two big tournaments in one, the Annual No-Tap Mixed Doubles and Men’s Mixed Revenge. Keglers will have their choice of what tournament they want to bowl in. The dates are Feb. 2...

  • A Pony Kind of Pressure

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Pressure. It’s something that just about every athlete and every team faces at one time or another. Yet, the Havre High wrestling team seems immune to it or maybe they just know how to deal with it better than their opponents. But one thing that there is no doubt about is that the Blue Ponies have been the power of Class A wrestling for the past two decades and that doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon. One reason the Ponies have become such a force in Montana wre...

  • Pony girls visit Lewistown, Rocky Boy

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    They say that beating the same team twice in the same season is never easy and that’s a challenge that the Havre High girls basketball will face twice this weekend. The Blue Ponies, who are now 9-6 overall and 6-0 in the Central A conference, will battle not just one, but two teams they defeated earlier in the season with back-to-back road games against Lewistown and Rocky Boy. Havre and Lewistown will tip-off tonight at 7. After that HHS will take on the Morning Stars S...

  • Skylights collar Bulldogs

    George Ferguson|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    With how tough the Frontier Conference is, it’s been tough for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights to string a winning streak together this season. But, they’re on one now. Thursday night in Dillon, the No. 17 Skylights captured their third straight road win in league play after out-lasting the UM-Western Bulldogs 61-51. The victory pushed Northern to 8-5 in league play and a stellar 19-5 overall. Perhaps more importantly, the Skylights are also now 3-2 on the...

  • One last game in the Corral for HHS seniors

    Chris Peterson|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Senior night is always special, but this year, for the Havre High boys basketball team, it will mean even more than usual. That’s because the Blue Ponies will not only see one of the best players in school history play his final game at the HHS gymnasium, but a number of influential seniors will play in front of the hometown fans tonight against Lewistown in the Pony Corral for the last time. Tip-off is set for 7. Havre will also pay a visit to Rocky Boy Saturday and will t...

  • George Ferguson Column: Tonight's visit from Iowa is one of those defining moments

    George Ferguson|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    In the immortal words of the great rapper Eminem, “you only get one shot, opportunities only come once in a lifetime.” In the case of the Montana State University-Northern Lights wrestling team, and their fans, those words have never been more true. Tonight, the Lights will get their shot at the most prestigious program in collegiate wrestling, the Iowa Hawkeyes. Tonight, the Lights get their one chance to take on the very best when it comes to NCAA wrestling, and for Nor...

  • IT'S TIME TO RUMBLE: Northern vs Iowa Tonight

    George Ferguson|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    The Montana State University-Northern wrestling program has a storied history. A glance up at the banners hanging from the roof of the Armory Gymnasium, or a look at the wall on one end of the gym dedicated to all of Northern’s past NAIA All-Americans, and one can see the success, one can feel the greatness that is Northern wrestling. The 2015-16 Lights have been adding to that legacy all season long, being one of the top teams in the NAIA this season, and next month, they hop...

  • The Life & Art of James B. Zerger

    Paul Dragu|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Jim Zerger lived a short life. During his vapor-brief existence, though, he painted art that is awing people today, decades after his death. Time will tell how far into the future his paintings will travel. Jim's artwork will be featured tonight 6 to 8 p.m. at the Artitudes Gallery Artist Reception, most of it showing for the first time. The most notable of the paintings is a large, rectangular canvas that depicts a bone floating through many blue shades of outer space. Or it...

  • Senior Center News

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    North Central Senior Center, Feb. 15-19 If you would like to take the AARP Smart Driver Course, please call the Senior Center at 265-5464. If there is enough interest, the instructor will schedule a class. Monday — Center closed — Presidents’ Day Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; AARP tax aides 8:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.; bingo at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; TOPS at 8 a.m.; cards at 1 p.m. Thursday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; cards at 1 p.m.; Great Falls trip at 8 a.m. F...

  • Sunnyside announces selection of Students of the Month

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

  • Stop by at library for coloring and cupcakes

    Melissa Cumings, Rachel Rawn|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    What are your big Saturday night plans? Saturday, Feb. 20, at 6 p.m. the Havre-Hill County Library is hosting a fun Coloring and Cupcakes event. Coloring, it’s not just for kids. Have you heard of the newest trend? Adult coloring books are becoming super popular these days and it’s no surprise. Not only does coloring take us back to a simpler time in life when all we had to worry about was whether or not we wanted the crusts cut off our PB&J’s, but researchers have been examining the effects of coloring for years and their...

  • Havre High lists December Students of the Month

    Press Release|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Ethan Lines was chosen as one of Havre High School’s December 2015 Students of the Month. Ethan is the son of Shannon and David Lines. His siblings include Ammon, 15, Blakelee, 13, Emmaline, 11, and Madyson, 8. Ethan transferred to Havre High School last year and is a junior. He has participated as a rifle guard for the marching band and swims for the Havre High Swim team. He also participates in the Boy Scouts as a life scout and in church activities. He enjoys playing u...

  • Yellowstone Public Radio

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    This week on Yellowstone Public Radio, Feb. 14-20: Sunday — 7 p.m.: In a double bill from Geneva, Switzerland, the Suisse Romande Orchestra and Grand Theater Chorus perform Ravel’s only two operas,“ L’Heure espagnole” and “L’Enfant et les sortileges” on “World of Opera.” Monday — 2 p.m.: Pianist and bandleader Jon Batiste, now leader of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert house band, in conversation and performance on “Piano Jazz” Tuesday — 7 p.m.: A new conversation with David Kaczynski, who turned in his brother Ted,...

  • Out Our Way: 'Your hat's too big, Charlie!'

    John Bruington|Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight and sin that clings so closely – and let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us." - Hebrews 12: 1 Out our way, much of the community was present and accounted for at the Methodist Church last Saturday when we came to pay our respects to my pard, Charlie Floyd. Charlie and I pushed cows and rode fence together for a number of years - and when my dog ate my h...

  • Hill County Justice Court - August 2015

    Updated Feb 12, 2016

    Editor’s note: The computer program provided by the Montana state government to print media reports on court actions does not always list all fines assessed. The following cases were resolved in Hill County Justice Court by Judge Audrey Barger in August. Riley Scott Harwood, born in 1993, had a charge criminal child endangerment denied by a higher court to which it was being transferred. —— Kane Phillip Small, born in 1984, was fined $50 and sentenced to 10 days in jail, all days suspended for disorderly conduct. —— Gi...

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