Articles from the June 6, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    June 6, 2013

Was the Milk River Ranch worth $6 million?

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ controversial 2012 purchase of a Hill County farm and ranch from the Aageson family was the main topic during the public comment section of FWP’s Commission meeti... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    June 6, 2013

Montana summer program offers free meals to kids

More than 50 kids were at Lincoln-McKinley Primary School Tuesday at noon, eating lunch, joking with each other and having a good time. The session was part of a summer program funded by the Montana... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Local    June 6, 2013

Couple, caught in flood, rescued by firefighters

Havre Fire Department was called to action Wednesday to help a couple caught in flood waters. A caller at 9:21 a.m. requested help on Davey Road southeast of Havre after a tractor carrying two people across Little Box Elder Creek got stuck in the... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Local    June 6, 2013

Air Fair 2013 held this Saturday

The annual fly-in breakfast will be taking over the Havre airport this Saturday to provide people a chance to see some airplanes up close, talk with the pilots and get children in the air with a free flight. Air Fair 2013 will begin with breakfast at... Full story


Gov. Bullock declares emergency in Hill, Blaine, Chouteau counties

Gov. Steve Bullock has declared an emergency in Hill, Blaine and Chouteau counties and on the Rocky Boy's and Fort Belknap Indian reservations. Bullock's order includes 12 other counties, mostly in... Full story


For the Record, June 6, 2013

Havre Police Department A 5th Avenue caller reported Tuesday at 1:23 p.m. a phone scam in which someone claims to represent NorthWestern Energy. Officers are investigating. ——— Tuesday at 1:51 p.m. officers were called to investigate a... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    June 6, 2013

Kicks @ 6 starts season June 18

It all started with an idea that Havre needed an opportunity for people to hear live tunes in the summer. So the other Brothers Band started Tunes at Noon. People could come to Pepin Park to listen... Full story


Brantley James Gardipee

Brantley James Gardipee, 2 month old infant son of  Lola Marie Demontiney and Jesse James Gardipee passed away suddenly at the Northern Montana Hospital. Services and arrangements have been entrusted to Holland & Bonine Funeral Home. A wake service... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    June 6, 2013

Youth grid camp adds to Lights' progress

As the Montana State University-Northern Lights football team continues its march toward the upcoming season, the program also continues to make its mark in the community. Football is undoubtedly one... Full story

 By George Ferguson    Sports    June 6, 2013

George Ferguson column: Blue Hawks are already headed out the door

A year ago, Frontier Conference expansion really took shape. Dickinson State University was a full-fledged member of the league, Southern Oregon began playing football in the Frontier and the... Full story

 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    June 6, 2013

My kaleidoscopic variegated shifting scenes of life

I don’t understand the concept of boredom. As a child my family made sure that if I even looked bored, I got handed a do-list. I distinctly remember a time, when I was single-not-by-choice and... Full story


Report: Teen reaches plea deal in hunting death

GREAT FALLS (AP) — A 16-year-old Malta boy has reached a plea agreement after being charged in Youth Court with negligently causing the death of a hunting companion in 2010, it was reported Thursday. The boy has agreed to plead "true" to a charge... Full story


Tribal authorities undecided on charges against state senator

HELENA (AP) — Blackfeet officials have yet to make a decision on whether to file charges against Democratic state Sen. Shannon Augare for allegedly fleeing a traffic stop. Blackfeet tribal prosecutor Carl Pepion said Thursday his office is still... Full story


AP: Plan lifts Lower 48 wolf protections

BILLINGS (AP) — The Obama administration is proposing to end recovery efforts for gray wolves across most of the U.S. and return management to the states. Friday's announcement comes after wolves rebounded from widespread extermination during four... Full story


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