Articles from the June 2, 2014 edition
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North Stars fight hard to split with Knights
When two teams are as evenly matched on the baseball diamond as the Havre North Stars and Medicine Hat Knights were, the difference between winning and losing can come down to just one or two runs,...
Huston to plead guilty in Rocky Boy scam
The last of eight defendants facing trial in inter-related charges of fraud and embezzlement tied to Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation is scheduled to change his plea. Havre businessman and former school board chair Shad James Huston requested Friday... Full story
HHS work will start this week
Work will begin later this week on repairs of the lockers room and expansion of the gym facilities at Havre High School. And work on the Sunnyside Intermediate School addition will begin early next week. That’s the word from Havre School...
Primary opens Tuesday at 7 a.m.
The first round of this year’s election ends Tuesday with polling places opening for the primary election. Most polling places in the state are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. People can contact their clerk and recorder or visit the “My...
Assisted living facility holds open house
Glen Schenavar provided tours to people at Timber Creek Village assisted living facility Saturday, showing prospective residents just what life would be like when the facility opens. The 40,000-square...
Plane crashes in Yellowstone park, pilot injured
BILLINGS (AP) — A single-engine airplane has crashed in the northern part of Yellowstone National Park, seriously injuring the 54-year-old pilot. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer says the Aero Commander airplane went down... Full story
Climate proposal calls for 21 percent cut in CO2
BILLINGS (AP) — A White House plan to address climate change by reducing carbon dioxide pollution would have a magnified impact in coal-rich Montana and consequences for both mining and electricity generation. Draft rules for power plants unveiled... Full story