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MEAN GREEN

For about a quarter and a half, the Chinook Sugarbeeters hung right with the Turner Tornadoes and for a little while, it looked like an upset might be brewing in the first round of the District 9C...

 

MAT debuting 'Cabaret' on Valentine's Day

Montana Actors' Theater is set to perform its production of the 1966 musical "Cabaret" tonight at 8 in the Little Theatre of Cowan Hall at Montana State University-Northern. The play is directed by Ra...

 

No Sweat: Box Elder into the semis

The Box Elder Bears haven't lost a District 9C regular season game in two years. They have also been ranked as one of the top teams in Class C girls basketball for just as long, and for even longer, t...

 

Knights ground T-Birds in a thriller

The Hays-Lodge Pole Thunderbirds are perhaps the most-improved team in the District 9C this season. But, over the last month, no team has been playing with as much momentum as the North Star Knights....

 

Longhorns stampede their way into 9C semifinals

In its opening-round victory over the Chester-Joplin-Inverness Hawks Wednesday inside the HHS gymnasium, the Fort Benton Longhorns didn't play their most efficient offensive game of the season. But in...

 

9C Extra: Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Paij Peterson, North Star

When it comes to 9C girls basketball, it's doubtful many players in this weekend's tournament have logged as many minutes in tournament games inside the famed HHS gymnasium as North Star's Paij...

 

Lights chase Cascade title in Great Falls

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team has an end goal this season. It's been that way from day one. And that's to win an NAIA national championship. In order to do that however, the Lig...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 14, 2019

Triangle Mobile moves to new location

Monday, Triangle Mobile relocated back to a main office in the Triangle Communications building, 2121 U.S. 2 West, renovating the office to create a new experience for their customers, said Triangle...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Distracted

When our Rancho gardener comes in the morning, Leo often asks me, “Sondrita, how is your wonderful retired life?” “Yes,” I say. We laugh. We both understand my meaning. “Yes, wonderful....

 

Need assistance paying your heating bill?

Press release If you live in the counties of Hill, Blaine, or Liberty our office wants to help you. Please contact us for the low income eligibility requirement. The program, pronounced LEE-APP, is a supplement for paying home heating costs through...

 

For the Record, Feb. 14, 2019

Havre Police Department A caller reported water running onto the road at First Street and Fifth Avenue Wednesday at 2:07 p.m. -- A sex offense was reported at the police station Wednesday at 3:03...

 

'Atmospheric river' dumps more rain and snow across the West

Staff and wire While frigid, icy weather continues to be locked over most of Montana, a storm fueled by a plume of moisture stretching over the Pacific Ocean almost to Hawaii dumped rain on California today, boosting the threat of debris flows from...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 14, 2019

Daines' Great Falls liaison speaks at Pachyderm meeting tomorrow

A Great Falls liaison for Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., will be speaking Friday at the North Central Pachyderm Club meeting at noon in the Duck Inn Vineyard Room. The Pachyderm Club will be meeting for the first time since it’s winter hiatus and...

 

Trump and Tester claim victory on border security bill

Staff and wire report Both the U.S. president and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., are calling the border security compromise released this week a victory. "The bill our conference committee crafted is...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 14, 2019

Hall appointed Bullhook CEO of Bullhook

Bullhook Community Health Center has appointed its interim Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer Kyndra Hall its permanent chief executive officer. A press release this morning said...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    February 14, 2019

One lane of First Street closed due to service line leak

Havre Public Works said this morning that one lane of First Street between Fifth to Sixth ave. has been closed off today while repairs are made on a leaking water line. Lakeside Excavation Inc. is rep...

 

Women detained in Havre by border agent after speaking Spanish sue

By MATT VOLZ Associated Press HELENA - Two Montana women questioned by a U.S. border agent who overheard them speaking Spanish in a convenience store sued U.S. Customs and Border Protection today,...

 

Thursday's Prep Basketball

District 10C/CMR Fieldhouse Thursday Boys Power 44, Cascade 33 Power 12 6 13 13 – 44 Cascade 5 12 10 6 – 33 Power – Ben Lehnerz 3, Gaige Blackwell 9, Peyton Hill 4, Spencer Lehnerz 3, Brady Smel...

 

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