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Articles from the June 5, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    June 5, 2014

Plenty of baseball on tap at Havre Jamboree

It is still the early stages of the Havre North Stars American Legion baseball schedule, but this weekend brings ample opportunity for local baseball fans to catch a game or two. Friday, Saturday and...

 By George Ferguson    Sports    June 5, 2014

More weight class changes coming to high school wrestling

For the second straight school year, the Montana High School Association is changing weight classifications for the upcoming wrestling season. Starting in the 2014-15 season, there will be 13 weight...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 5, 2014

Kavulla: Natural gas may return to Hi-Line

The public service commissioner representing the Hi-Line said he expects energy and natural gas production to increase in this region, at least eventually, but not with any major changes any time soon. “Everyone wants to be an optimist,” said Pub...


Hi-Line dancers to perform in San Diego

A group of Hi-Line girls have been invited to perform at the Holiday Bowl in San Diego in December. Catalina Carlon, the coach for the girls, teaches in both Chester and Havre. "That's going to be...

 By Pam Burke    Local    June 5, 2014

Benefit will help woman who helped others

Kathy Leeds has spent a large part of her life working to help others and, Saturday at the Eagles Club, the community has a chance to give back to her to help raise funds for her recent medical expenses. Kathy was director for 20 years of Quality...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 5, 2014

Tester continues push for extended Wild Horse hours

Montana’s senior U.S. Senator said Wednesday he is continuing to push for extending hours at the main border port north of Havre, an effort supporters of which say will help the economies of north-central Montana as well as the rest of the nation...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 5, 2014

Tester defends VA, calls to hold abusers responsible

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said Wednesday that while he wants to investigate and prosecute alleged abuse of the system by Veterans Administration health care officials, the system needs more resources, not attacks. Tester in a telephone press...


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