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Articles from the March 21, 2014 edition

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Lions stop Lights in Kansas City

The Montana State University-Northern Lights did everything they could to avoid that stinging feeling of a season coming to an end in a dark lockerroom in the bowels of the Municipal Auditorium in... Full story


George Ferguson Column: It's been one amazing college basketball season around here

Sports don’t work out the way we want them to sometimes. And other times, they surprise us and give us more joy than we can stand, if only for a moment. In the last 24 hours, fans of the Montana Sta... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    March 21, 2014

Three Pony boys earn Central A honors

The young Havre High boys basketball team turned in a stellar season in 2013-2014, a season that ended with a berth in the Class A state tournament, and the program’s first state victory in eight... Full story


Mariani signs a deal to remain with Titans

Though he’s spent the last few months as an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career, Marc Mariani is right back where he started. On Wednesday afternoon, the Tennessee Titans... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 21, 2014

Eastlick enters plea agreement

Another defendant has entered a plea deal in cases alleging fraud and embezzlement at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, this time in cases with some prominent codefendants. James Howard Eastlick Jr. of Havre has reached a plea agreement with the fede... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    March 21, 2014

Northern Showcase disbanding

A Havre artistic tradition just shy of 75 years old appears to be disappearing, unless a new crew of people are willing and able to step up and run it. Board members of the Northern Showcase Community Concert Association said they have disbanded the... Full story


Film festival to showcase student films

The Hi-Line Documentary and Independent Film Festival begins Friday with short and feature-length films from high school students from the Hi-Line area and independent filmmakers. Rita Campbell, of Ha... Full story


Middle School students show their talents

Havre Middle School hosted their Fine Arts Night to showcase the artistic and musical talents of its students. The seventh- and eighth-grade jazz bands, choir students and the gifted and talented... Full story


Jay W. Heilbrun

JOPLIN — Jay W. Heilbrun, 68, a Pennsylvania native who has lived in the Hi-Line since 2002, died from CHF at his home on March 17. There will be no services per his wishes. Cremation with burial of ashes will be in the Joplin Cemetery.... Full story


For the Record, March 21, 2014

Havre Police Department Dianna Elyse Bradley, 26, of Hays was arrested on a charge of theft after officers responded to a 10:45 p.m. Thursday call from a 1st Street business about two shoplifters. ——— William Joe Skidmore, 33, of Havre was... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    March 21, 2014

Science news in all its awesomeness

It is quite possible that, since the age when mankind invented ways of making fire on demand, science exists solely to make life more awesome. Carrying stuff around on your back? A big drag. The wheel? Awesome. A four-wheel drive pickup? Awesomer,... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    March 21, 2014

Celebrating History: News from 100 years ago today

In this 11th installment celebrating Montana Territory's 150th anniversary, we find a lot of great information coming from The Hill County Democrat's March 21, 1914 issue, exactly 100 years ago... Full story


Sentencing set in death of Washington boy

BUTTE, Mont. (AP) — A sentencing date has been set for a Washington state man who pleaded guilty to beating and stabbing his 3-year-old son to death in a field in southwestern Montana, possibly while under the influence of an overdose of a... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Local    March 21, 2014

Hi-Line Living: A bright cut star

While most people in the area know that Big Sandy boasts an international rock star of the music world, few realize that another internationally acclaimed rock star of another sort quietly goes about... Full story

 By MATT VOLZ    State News    March 21, 2014

Nuns ask judge to keep lawsuit stay in place

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An order of nuns being sued by people who claim they were sexually abused as children at the Ursuline Academy in St. Ignatius is asking a federal judge to delay the proceedings while the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena is in... Full story

 By Keith J. Doll    Local    March 21, 2014

Havre History: Saint Mark's Episcopal Church

(First in a two-part series) Organized in 1898, the missionaries who held services for the Episcopalians occasionally in Havre until 1907 were Bishop Brenner, the Rev. Harry Robbins, the Rev. John... Full story


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