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Articles from the March 2, 2023 edition


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  • Obituary - Terry Dee Sather

    Updated Mar 3, 2023

    BILLINGS - Terry Dee Sather passed away Feb. 28, 2023, in Billings, surrounded by family and friends. He is survived by his adoring wife of 51 years (in fact, on March 21, it would have been their 52nd anniversary), Kathleen Faye Sather, and their devoted children and grandchildren, April Sather (Harper and Beckett), Amber Sather and Matt Banbury (August and Willie) and Ben Sather (Evey and Nora). He is also survived by his three siblings, Lynn Sather of Billings, Candice Dunn...

  • Montana Seed Show returns to Harlem next week

    Patrick Johnston|Updated Mar 2, 2023

    The 73rd Annual Montana Seed Show returns to Harlem High School Mar. 9 to Mar. 11 with a bevy of events, contests and vendors from across the state. The show has been running since 1949 and has brought together artisans from communities across the Hi-Line and Montana to show off their skills in agriculture, woodworking, baking, painting, quilting and more in a series of contests and exhibitions over three days. The show was originally just a gathering of local potato farmers...

  • Farmers Union: lawmakers tabling right to repair bills 'leaves producers stuck'

    Tim Leeds|Updated Mar 2, 2023

    On nearly straight party-line votes, House and Senate committees in the Legislature — three days before transmittal from one house to the other, when bills not been passed generally are dead — tabled two bills that would have given Montana agricultural producers — and independent repair shops — the right to repair their equipment. Right to repair has become a major issue in the nation in a number of areas, with farm and ranch groups especially pushing for the ability to do their own work on equipment. A release from Montana F...

  • Mountain View Co-op buying Taylor Aviation agronomy business

    Updated Mar 2, 2023

    Press release BLACK EAGLE — Mountain View Co-op, Montana’s largest independent and locally-owned agricultural cooperative, has finalized the purchase of Taylor Aviation Inc’s agronomy inputs and ground application service business. Based out of Fort Benton and Havre, Taylor Aviation has been a fixture for agronomy service and sales in the Golden Triangle of Montana since the mid-1980s. “It was important to us as Taylor Aviation that we partner with a company like Mountain View Co-op, who shares the same business philosophy an...

  • We salute our amazing women entrepreneurs during Women's History Month

    Updated Mar 2, 2023

    As we enter the third year of the Biden-Harris administration, we’re fortunate to have a president who understands the vital role women entrepreneurs play in our economy. The U.S. Small Business Administration supports the president’s business advocacy by nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit and making sure small business has a voice at the table in Washington, DC. During Women’s History Month, and International Women’s Day, we salute women entrepreneurs who take a risk in pursuit of their passions and who see setback...

  • Obituary - Terry Sather

    Updated Mar 2, 2023

    BILLINGS — Terry Sather, 72, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023, in Billings. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 3, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary, 1001 Alderson Ave. in Billings. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 4, at Grace United Methodist Church, 1935 Ave. B in Billings. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday, March 6, at Highland Cemetery in Glasgow. A full obituary will follow....

  • Lilly plans to slash some insulin prices, expand cost cap

    Updated Mar 2, 2023

    Tom Murphy AP Health Writer Eli Lilly will cut prices for some older insulins later this year and immediately give more patients access to a cap on the costs they pay to fill prescriptions. The moves announced Wednesday promise critical relief to some people with diabetes who can face annual costs of more than $1,000 for insulin they need in order to live. Lilly’s changes also come as lawmakers and patient advocates pressure drugmakers to do something about soaring prices. Lilly said it will cut the list prices for its m...

  • For the Record, March 2, 2023

    Updated Mar 2, 2023

    Havre Police Department Animal control live-trapped a stray dog 12:46 p.m. Wednesday on 19th Avenue North. -- A hit and run crash was reported Wednesday at 8:07 p.m. on 13th Avenue. -- A beer theft was reported Wednesday at 11:52 p.m. at a First Street business. -- Officers were asked at 4:53 a.m. today to assist Hill County Sheriff's deputies with an assault. Hill County Sheriff's Office Franklin James Buck III of Shelby, 52, was arrested on three state District Court...

  • Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Yelena Miller, Havre High basketball

    Kason Clark|Updated Mar 2, 2023

    Over the past three years, Yelena Miller has been one of the best players on the Havre High girls basketball team that has won two straight Class A State Championships. However, Miller has faced her adversity this past season with the Blue Ponies. Miller missed the early portion of the season as she dealt with an injury. While missing out on the first 13 games of the season was tough on her, Miller was able to get through it thanks to the help of her teammates. "It was definit...

  • Jesse Keltner wins Frontier Conference Defensive Player of the Year

    George Ferguson|Updated Mar 2, 2023

    The 2023 Frontier Conference men’s and women’s basketball season has come to an end, and with it, the league announced its annual awards and All-Conference Team. On the men’s side, MSUN’s Jesse Keltner was selected as the 2022-23 Defensive Player of the Year. Keltner, who was also a First-Team All-Conference selection, averaged 15 points and nine rebounds, while leading the Frontier in field goal percentage and blocked shots. MSU-N also saw senior C.J. Nelson named Second-Team...

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