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Articles from the April 13, 2009 edition

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Blue Ponies hold serve at home

Daniel Horton Havre Daily News [email protected] Even threats of rain and wind couldn't slow down the four tennis teams who gathered in Havre on Saturday for the 2009 Havre Invitational Tennis Tournament. Havre High, Lewistown, Cut Bank and...

 

Joshua Ryan sandeen, obituary

Joshua Ryan Sandeen, 28, of Havre, Mont., passed away on Thursday, April 9, 2009, in an automobile accident near Loma, Mont. Josh loved being around his many loved ones and will be greatly missed by many! He recently moved back to Montana around two...

 

Billy Ray BaeR, obituary

Billy Ray Baer, 31, of Havre, left his many friends in this world on Thursday, April 9, 2009, to be with the eternal friend, Jesus. His funeral service will be noon at the Fifth Avenue Christian Church on Tuesday, April 14. Burial will follow at the...

 

Tester, Schweitzer team up on veterans' issues

HDN Staff and wire report Continuing his fight to increase benefits for military veterans, Sen. Jon Tester teamed up with Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer in the U.S. Senate Thursday. Tester introduced Schweitzer during a hearing of the Joint Economic...

 

Captain freed; pirates vow retaliation

Pauline JelineK associated Press Writer NAIROBI, Kenya Bracing themselves on a rolling warship in choppy seas, U.S. Navy snipers fired three flawless shots to kill a trio of Somali pirates and free the American sea captain being held at gunpoint, a...

 

lest we forget

page design and photos by nikki carlson story by krista corner One veteran's tour of duty in World War II took him to many of the most famous battles of the South Pacific, and his ship was one of the first inside the harbor at Tokyo. Earl Pollington...

 

Redistricting returns to tempt partisan splits

KAHRIN DEINES Associated Press Writer HELENA Even lawmakers' first steps to begin the once-a-decade process of carving new legislative districts wear the marks of the bitter partisanship that often characterized the process in the past. Republicans o...

 

Ag Research Center closing in on goal

Tim Leeds Havre Daily News [email protected] The agricultural research center south of Havre is set to work on two new buildings in which to conduct its research. The center staff is hopeful that enough last-minute donations will come in to...

 

lest we forget

page design and photos by nikki carlson story by krista corner One veteran's tour of duty in World War II took him to many of the most famous battles of the South Pacific, and his ship was one of the first inside the harbor at Tokyo. Earl Pollington...

 

Blue Ponies hold serve at home

Daniel Horton Havre Daily News [email protected] Even threats of rain and wind couldn't slow down the four tennis teams who gathered in Havre on Saturday for the 2009 Havre Invitational Tennis Tournament. Havre High, Lewistown, Cut Bank and...

 

Joshua Ryan sandeen, obituary

Joshua Ryan Sandeen, 28, of Havre, Mont., passed away on Thursday, April 9, 2009, in an automobile accident near Loma, Mont. Josh loved being around his many loved ones and will be greatly missed by many! He recently moved back to Montana around two...

 

Billy Ray BaeR, obituary

Billy Ray Baer, 31, of Havre, left his many friends in this world on Thursday, April 9, 2009, to be with the eternal friend, Jesus. His funeral service will be noon at the Fifth Avenue Christian Church on Tuesday, April 14. Burial will follow at the...

 

Tester, Schweitzer team up on veterans' issues

HDN Staff and wire report Continuing his fight to increase benefits for military veterans, Sen. Jon Tester teamed up with Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer in the U.S. Senate Thursday. Tester introduced Schweitzer during a hearing of the Joint Economic...

 

Captain freed; pirates vow retaliation

Pauline JelineK associated Press Writer NAIROBI, Kenya Bracing themselves on a rolling warship in choppy seas, U.S. Navy snipers fired three flawless shots to kill a trio of Somali pirates and free the American sea captain being held at gunpoint, a...

 

Redistricting returns to tempt partisan splits

KAHRIN DEINES Associated Press Writer HELENA Even lawmakers' first steps to begin the once-a-decade process of carving new legislative districts wear the marks of the bitter partisanship that often characterized the process in the past. Republicans o...

 

Ag Research Center closing in on goal

Tim Leeds Havre Daily News [email protected] The agricultural research center south of Havre is set to work on two new buildings in which to conduct its research. The center staff is hopeful that enough last-minute donations will come in to...

 

lest we forget

page design and photos by nikki carlson story by krista corner One veteran's tour of duty in World War II took him to many of the most famous battles of the South Pacific, and his ship was one of the first inside the harbor at Tokyo. Earl Pollington...

 

Blue Ponies hold serve at home

Daniel Horton Havre Daily News [email protected] Even threats of rain and wind couldn't slow down the four tennis teams who gathered in Havre on Saturday for the 2009 Havre Invitational Tennis Tournament. Havre High, Lewistown, Cut Bank and...

 

Joshua Ryan sandeen, obituary

Joshua Ryan Sandeen, 28, of Havre, Mont., passed away on Thursday, April 9, 2009, in an automobile accident near Loma, Mont. Josh loved being around his many loved ones and will be greatly missed by many! He recently moved back to Montana around two...

 

Billy Ray BaeR, obituary

Billy Ray Baer, 31, of Havre, left his many friends in this world on Thursday, April 9, 2009, to be with the eternal friend, Jesus. His funeral service will be noon at the Fifth Avenue Christian Church on Tuesday, April 14. Burial will follow at the...

 

Tester, Schweitzer team up on veterans' issues

HDN Staff and wire report Continuing his fight to increase benefits for military veterans, Sen. Jon Tester teamed up with Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer in the U.S. Senate Thursday. Tester introduced Schweitzer during a hearing of the Joint Economic...

 

Captain freed; pirates vow retaliation

Pauline JelineK associated Press Writer NAIROBI, Kenya Bracing themselves on a rolling warship in choppy seas, U.S. Navy snipers fired three flawless shots to kill a trio of Somali pirates and free the American sea captain being held at gunpoint, a...

 

Redistricting returns to tempt partisan splits

KAHRIN DEINES Associated Press Writer HELENA Even lawmakers' first steps to begin the once-a-decade process of carving new legislative districts wear the marks of the bitter partisanship that often characterized the process in the past. Republicans o...

 

Ag Research Center closing in on goal

Tim Leeds Havre Daily News [email protected] The agricultural research center south of Havre is set to work on two new buildings in which to conduct its research. The center staff is hopeful that enough last-minute donations will come in to...

 

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