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Articles from the April 29, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    April 29, 2014

Pony tennis teams busy in Great Falls

It’s right back to work for the Havre High boys and girls tennis teams. And today, even more Blue Ponies will get in on the action. Havre High travels to Great Falls today for four dual matches,... Full story


Blue Pony track teams head to Malta meet

There’s no rest right now for the Havre High boys and girls track teams. Following a successful trip to the Gallatin Valley Invitational Saturday, the Blue Ponies are right back on the track today a...


MSU-N's Newton earns Frontier honor

On the opening day of the 2014 Frontier Conference Golf Championships, the 2013-14 Frontier Men's and Women's All-Conference teams were announced. Montana State University-Northern senior Justin...


Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Thomas Gruber, Havre Track Havre High senior Thomas Gruber has been a model of consistency for the Blue Pony track and field team so far this spring. Gruber, who is a returning All-Conference pole... Full story


Local Ice Breaker results

Ice Breaker (Local Results) 3-Mile Run 5-U 8. Dirk Wolery, Rudyard 40:53; 15. Keega29. Rye Miller, Gilford 38:47n Gardipee, Harlem 54:58; 6-U13. Kyle Cornelius, Havre 31:14; 17. Jackson Nordboe, Havre 33:48; 39. Randall Parker, Box Elder 44:27; 17.... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 29, 2014

Judge rejects some Huston motions

A federal judge has started ruling against some of a slurry of motions filed early this month by a defendant in a Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation embezzlement case. U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris agreed with the prosecution that many of the... Full story


250 trees given to students at Pepin Park

Sara Sieglock, the secretary of Havre Parks and Recreation, said they gave out around 250 trees Monday morning to school children. Second-graders from Rocky Boy and Havre were given the option of... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 29, 2014

Havre High students bring a Taste of Jazz to Havre

An audience heard performances ranging from big band songs to classic jazz during an annual fundraiser Monday benefitting the Havre High School music programs. At the close of the annual Taste of...


Parole board reviews Beach's clemency request

DEER LODGE - Montana's parole board has the chance to correct a mistake made when Barry Beach was sentenced to 100 years in prison without parole in the 1979 beating death of a high school classmate,... Full story


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