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BEETING THE 9C

The Chinook Sugarbeeters dominated the District 9C in the regular season, sweeping through the conference undefeated. And this past week in Havre, the Beeters confirmed they were the best the 9C had...

 

Longhorns bust out of the Corral

Aspen Giese knew that the District 9C girls championship game between Fort Benton and Box Elder might come down to a last-second shot. She also knew, that if it did, she wanted to be the one to take...

 

Lights cage Bears for a third time

Who says it's hard to beat a team three times in one season? Not the Montana State University-Northern Lights. In a hard-fought Saturday night game inside the Armory Gymnasium the Lights beat Rocky...

 

Skylights edged out by highly-ranked Saints, Bears

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights played great defense against the No. 11 team in the NAIA Friday night. Unfortunately Carroll College's defense was even better. The Fighting Saints,...

 

Eight Lights grapple to nationals

Every year, the goal at the regional tournament is the same. Sure, the Montana State University-Northern Lights always want to win championships and team titles, but the biggest goal is to make sure...

 

TURNER TAKES A TROPHY

The Turner girls basketball team has been building something special the past few seasons and the District 9C consolation game Saturday night at the HHS gymnasium, was the culmination of it. Turner...

 

Youthful Fort Benton boys come of age in Havre

During the District 9C regular season, Fort Benton and Hays-Lodge Pole proved to be evenly matched. But Friday night in the 9C consolation game, the Longhorns ran away from the Thunderbirds and...

 

Montana MIWW representatives compete at nationals

Press release Montana Make It With Wool representatives showed off their talents during the 70th annual National Make It With Wool competition as part of the 2018 American Sheep Industry Convention he...

 

Washington is addicted to spending

When I was elected to Congress, the people of Montana sent a clear message: they wanted more jobs and less government. But the bloated budget deal passed by Congress last week is the very definition of more government.   As Montana’s voice in...

 

The safety of our children and communities

Washington, D.C., is broken. Our representatives choose time and again to bend to the interests of lobbyists and corporate donors at our expense. I have spent my entire career as a consumer protection advocate, fighting for people who have been...

 

Another brick in the wall

Clearly, building the wall on our southern border is high on President Trump’s agenda, and it should be. There has been a lot of controversy and political rhetoric over expense, feasibility, etc. Often the rhetoric turns to marginalizing the...

 

President's budget would worsen hunger, poverty and hardship in Montana

A federal budget reflects our values and vision for America. President Trump’s FY19 budget, released last Monday, abandons our long-held values of caring for our neighbors, helping people during hard times, and the belief that no one in this...

 

Bipartisan legislation seizes opportunity for local growth

Partisanship has taken hold of our political lives from Washington to right here in Northwest Montana. Despite all the political ill will, there appears to be one issue that Republicans and Democrats can agree on — promoting local economic growth...

 

For the Record, Feb. 19, 2018

Havre Police Department Officers arrested or issued a summons to someone during a motor vehicle stop near a Third Avenue business Friday at 6:03 a.m. —— Officers arrested Gregory Charles Rainingbird of Box Elder, 23, on charges of obstructing a...

 

Obituary - Howard Jay Woods

Howard Jay Woods, 57, passed away due to natural causes at Park Place in Great Falls Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018.   Cremation has taken place, and a celebration of Jay’s life is planned for summer of 2018.   Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has been... Full story

 

Obituary - Korrene Sue Livesay

Korrene Sue Livesay of Clancy, Montana, 68, passed away from cancer Feb. 10, 2018. Korrene was born June 26, 1949, in Havre, Montana, to Elizabeth and Fayette Maffit. There she attended grade school,... Full story

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 19, 2018

Gianforte campaigns in Chinook

U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., touted the accomplishments of the Republican-led Congress and sought to mobilize voters for the coming midterm election when he spoke at the Blaine and Hill county...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    February 19, 2018

Local candidates stump in Blaine County

Republican candidates for Blaine County sheriff, the state Legislature and the Montana Public Service Commission introduced themselves to voters Sunday night at the annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner...

 
 By Pam Burke    Local    February 19, 2018

Gianforte meets about Madison Food Park

U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., met today with Todd Hanson, Madison Food Park director of development whose office is in Havre, to learn about the proposed food processing facility. Hanson told Gianforte that the intent of the company is to...

 

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