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Articles from the April 16, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 16, 2014

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Ryne Antley, Havre Track and Field

Blue Pony senior Ryne Antley is off to a strong start in track and field Sports have consumed the life of Havre High senior Ryne Antley since he was about four years old, and over the years, he has... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 16, 2014

Beeters, Ponies meet on the court

Every season, the Havre High girls tennis team meets up with the Chinook Sugarbeeters for an afternoon and evening of competition, and the 2014 version happened Tuesday night at the Bill Vaughey... Full story


Northern golf teams compete well in Idaho

The Montana State University-Northern men’s and women’s golf teams returned home from the Frontier Conference spring debut with plenty of golf experience. The Lights and Skylights participated in...


Our View: Find a way to keep museum on track

The H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum has become a collection point for Havre and Hill County historical items and artifacts. People have used it to find out their families and their histories. Folks can find out about interesting tidbits or major... Full story

 By Pegi Rambo    Opinion    April 16, 2014

Benefit programs encourage people not to work

I recently read an article in your paper about increasing the minimum wage. I had to think about how and if this would impact the food stamp problem. This is strictly my opinion, but here goes. A lot of smaller businesses would close. A few of the... Full story

 By Mike Gordon    Opinion    April 16, 2014

Concern over Border Patrol involvement during standoff

I live in a small town in northwestern Montana, close to the Canadian border — 7 miles — and I saw a picture in The Daily Interlake of an incident that happened in Havre Monday, April 7, with a picture of a federal Border Patrol officer holding... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 16, 2014

Eastlick Sr. to plead guilty in embezzlement

Another defendant indicted on charges of embezzling money from Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation is scheduled to change his plea. James Howard Eastlick Sr. of Laurel requested the court allow him to plead guilty in a plea agreement he reached with... Full story


Harlem man dies, 2 hurt in crash

Thomas Murphy Walker, 29, of Harlem was killed Tuesday after his car encountered a left-hand curve on Secondary Highway 241, went off the left side of the road and drove through the east ditch. The fatality crash report from the Montana Highway...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 16, 2014

Concert, bump-n-run planned at fair

A concert to help with a building upgrade at the Great Northern Fair has been added to the schedule for the 2014 fair. Stacey Waid of Hill County 4-H said the organization is bringing Canby, Ore., rancher and country-western music recording artist Jo...


Hip-hop violinist performs in Havre

Hip-hop violinist Josh Vietti performed his signature mix of hip-hop and popular songs Tuesday for Havre with his classically influenced style of violin playing. Vietti has been bridging the gap... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    April 16, 2014

Matt Rosendale fights fed control

There are a host of issues facing Montanas as they head to the polls this year, said Matt Rosendale, who is running for Congress. But most of them boil down to one particular problem, he told a...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 16, 2014

Dems bring leadership to full day in Havre

Some local legislators — and candidates — are bringing top-level state Democratic lawmakers to Havre next week for an all-day session hearing from local residents, businesspeople and officials. State Sen. Greg Jergeson, D-Havre, and Democratic...


Hip hop violinist takes stage at Northern

Los Angeles-born Josh Vietti played his unique blend of hip hop and classically influenced violin music for Montana State University-Northern Tuesday night. Vietti could be seen plugging in his...


Bit maker Dave Elliot hosts horse talk

Dave Elliott visited the Hensler Auditorium at Montana State University-Northern Thursday to share his extensive knowledge of horses and their gear. The clinic had a strong emphasis on bits, the...


Chief: Hand movements justified fatal shooting

BILLINGS (AP) — An unarmed robbery suspect moved his hands six times in defiance of an officer's orders before the officer fatally shot him during a traffic stop, Billings Police Chief Rich St. John said Wednesday. St. John said the actions...


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