Articles from the April 3, 2014 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local

Carlson pleads not guilty to murder

A Havre man pleaded not guilty this morning to charges he strangled his girlfriend to death in Havre March 23. Jordan Lee Carlson, born in 1988, was charged with deliberate homicide in Havre City Court March 26 and the same charge... — Updated 4/4/2014 Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local

Belcourt pleads guilty: 'Mistakes were made'

A former tribal and state official pleaded guilty in federal embezzlement cases Wednesday, saying afterward the whole story has not yet been told. "I admit mistakes were made,"... — Updated 4/4/2014 Full story


Governor releases economic development plan

HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock released an economic development plan Thursday that he said aims to attract and keep more businesses in Montana and train the state's workers in emerging technologies. The report, which the Democratic... — Updated 4/3/2014

 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion

Not exactly the gunfight at the OK Corral

This morning I sat in front of my casita, reading a book, sipping tea, enjoying the breeze on my face, when suddenly five truckloads of Mazatlan Policia screeched around the corner... — Updated 4/3/2014

 By Bobbi Teasley    Opinion

Many deserve thanks for supporting seniors

We are very fortunate to live in such a greet place. The community is supportive, and the people are wonderful. The community is critical to enhancing the lives of the elderly, keeping them connected and engaged. We wanted to... — Updated 4/3/2014


Martha Alice Morris

Martha Alice Morris, 87, of Valier, passed away at Pondera Nursing Home in Conrad on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, of natural causes. Cremation has taken place, and graveside interment se... — Updated 4/3/2014 Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local

A paper trail of embezzlement at Rocky Boy

The federal government filed documents showing what facts it was prepared to prove in court against Tony Belcourt, 42, and Hunter Burns, 48. The two entered guilty pleas in some of six indictments — four of which involving Tony B... — Updated 4/3/2014


SkillsUSA competition to test diesel students

Montana State University-Northern is the repeat host of the 44th statewide SkillsUSA competition, and the games will begin Monday. Will Taylor, the chairperson for the diesel competition portion of the event and a professor in the... — Updated 4/3/2014


Gardipee's motion to dismiss charges denied

A Rocky Boy woman charged with the murder of a toddler was denied a motion to dismiss the charges against her Wednesday. In a March 13 hearing, Cecilia Rose Gardipee and her attorney filed a motion to dismiss the murder charge... — Updated 4/3/2014 Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports

HHS tennis teams set for the Conrad Duals

It’s week two of the Havre High tennis season, and the Blue Ponies are looking to get another full day of tennis in. Saturday, Havre will attend the Conrad Duals, where the Pony b... — Updated 4/3/2014 Full story

 By George Ferguson    Sports

Lights, Skylights nationally ranked

Both Montana State University-Northern basketball teams were ranked in the NAIA Top 25 for much of the Frontier Conference basketball teams. And it stayed that way right to the... — Updated 4/3/2014

 By Daniel Horton    Sports

Blue Ponies ready to hit the diamond

Over the last two seasons, the Havre High softball program has been right on the brink of breaking back into the Class A state softball tournament. And with an extremely talented an... — Updated 4/3/2014 Full story


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