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Articles from the April 2, 2018 edition

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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 2, 2018

Straight from the hardwood to the gridiron

For as long as he can remember, Cayeveoon "Paco" Jones has wanted to play football. Now, after playing basketball for the Montana State University-Northern Lights, Jones is getting the chance to try...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    April 2, 2018

No good weather yet for spring sports

Recently, Havre was singled out by the Weather Channel as having the worst winter in the United States of America. Truthfully, it has been terrible and the impact on spring sports has been unprecedent...

 

Registration deadline for HYBA is Tuesday

Registrations for Havre Youth Baseball leagues for ages 5-16 are due no later than Tuesday, April 3. The forms and information are on the Havre Youth Baseball Facebook page, or online at league lineup.com/havreyouthbaseball. Forms can be dropped off...

 

Celebrating History: War effort continues, smallpox threatens Havre

By Emily Mayer Even though the real fighting in The Great War was taking place thousands of miles away, the effects of war was certainly showing across this country in many different ways as outlined in The Havre Plaindealer’s March 30, 1918...

 

For the Record, April 2, 2018

Havre Police Department Shane Alan Nault of Kremlin, 42, was arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence and carrying a concealed weapon after an officer initiated investigation of suspicious activity Friday...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 2, 2018

Havre closing in on record snowfall for year

Though spring - technically - has sprung, as forecasters predicted last month, the winter that wouldn't quit hasn't quit. Snow fell over the weekend, with nearly an inch accumulating Sunday by midnig...

 
 By Alex Ross    Local    April 2, 2018

Sweetgrass Society Powwow an 'awesome' success

This weekend's 42nd annual Sweetgrass Society Powwow at Montana State University-Northern had added meaning this year for Aiyanna Armajo Goggles and her family. Goggles, 9, of the Blackfeet and...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 2, 2018

Former Havre superintendent faces drug charges in North Dakota

A former Havre Public Schools superintendent whose severance package raised some eyebrows in Havre now faces criminal charges in North Dakota. David Mahon, who the Havre School board hired as superint...

 

Tester to opponents: Be ready to 'arm wrestle' after primary

By MATT VOLZ Associated Press HELENA — U.S. Sen. Jon Tester has a message for the Republican Senate candidates who have bashed him in recent public appearances: Focus on your primary election first, then get ready to “arm wrestle.” The...

 

Rural areas left out of Montana's rapid job growth

By DAVID ERICKSON Missoulian MISSOULA (AP) — There’s a stark difference in the job growth around the Montana cities of Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, Kalispell and Helena compared to the rural areas in the state. Huge portions of rural Montana are...

 

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