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Coach Huse inks a Huse for Northern

The Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team has always been a tight-knit family under 13-year head coach Shawn Huse. But for the next four or five years, Huse will actually have a... Full story


Police review report of sex offense at Northern

A call about sex offenses at Montana State University-Northern is being investigated. The 7:24 p.m. Wednesday call from the MSU-Northern Student Union Building was possibly concerned with an incident that took place over the weekend. People are...

 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 2, 2015

Lights add a pair of local grid standouts

While the Montana State University-Northern football team is busy with spring football practice, the recruiting season never stops, and recently the Lights added two local recruits to the 2015 class... Full story

 By Ken Brubaker    Sports    April 2, 2015

Local Bowling Report: No-Tap on tap at Eagles Lanes

The Men’s Revenge is over and the top spot went to Michele Denny and Jacob Anderson with a score of 1,620 and second went to Cindy and Ron Turner with 1554 (Ron having two 300 games with eight pins counting for a strike for men and nine pins for...


For the Record, April 1-2, 2015

Havre Police Department Edwin Frank Converse, 59, of Havre was arrested on a state District Court warrant at 7:20 a.m. Tuesday at the police station. —— Steve Lyle Street, 42, of Tama, Iowa, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting, after... Full story


Right-to-know bill affects everybody

Montana residents assume that our state government supports the basic American goals of freedom, fairness and equal justice for all — the founding principles on which our nation and constitution were established. Yet some Yet many of our state...

 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    April 2, 2015

Looking out my back door: Upstairs, downstairs, balance on the bannister

Like anyone, I have my “up” days and my “down” days. But, really, it is all about keeping life in perspective and finding balance. Take today, for instance. I leave the house for my morning... Full story


Chester ag-wildlife committee rep attends national meeting

National Wildlife Services Advisory Committee Dena Fritz of Chester serves on the National Wildlife Services Advisory Committee and recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in the group's...


Violinist to perform at Northern

Press release The Montana State University-Northern Chancellor’s Lecture series presents world-class violinist Jack Glatzer Tuesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hensler Auditorium of the Applied Technology Center Building. Glatzer will perform a... Full story


Go Blue Day is set for Friday

Department of Public Health annd Human Services The Montana Children’s Trust Fund and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana are encouraging Montanans to wear blue attire on Go Blue Day on Friday. Go Blue Day is an opportunity for Montanans to join... Full story


CBP leaders visit state capital

From Customs and Border Protection Chief Patrol Agent Christopher N. Richards of the Havre Sector Border Patrol, along with Office of Field Operations Great Falls Area Port Director Daniel Escobedo, travelled to the Montana Capital building in Helena...


'Over the River' brings familiar familial story to the stage

"Over the River and Through the Woods" is opening its doors to audiences Friday and will tell a family story that many people can relate to. "This is a show about the love of a family and the... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 2, 2015

Firefighters: City can afford to give us raises

The city of Havre is in good financial shape and can afford to give firefighters raises. That's the opinion of Havre Local 601, International Association of Fire Fighters. The city and the union are g... Full story


Senate panel adds millions, passes main budget bill 

LISA BAUMANN Associated Press HELENA - A Republican-led Senate panel passed the state's main budget bill Wednesday after adding about $50 million in funding through a deal negotiated with the... Full story

 By Tori Thomas    Local    April 2, 2015

Northern to hold Easter egg hunt

Montana State University-Northern will hold a free Easter egg hunt Sunday at 2 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Associated Students of MSU-Northern and will be held on the Student Union Building lawn. In addition to the egg hunt, the event will...


Man pleads guilty to vandalizing Kalispell clinic

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A Columbia Falls man said he was intoxicated and looking for drugs, not making an anti-abortion statement, when he broke into a Kalispell clinic last year, causing thousands of dollars in damage. Zachary Klundt, 25, pleaded... Full story


Bullock vetoes 6 bills so far this session

HELENA (AP) — With two-thirds of the 2015 session complete, Montana's Democratic governor has disagreed with relatively few bills passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature. As of Thursday, Gov. Steve Bullock has vetoed six Republican bills,... Full story


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