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Articles from the September 5, 2014 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 5, 2014

Clash of the Titans: Hi-Line state Senate race gets statewide attention

In a fight for control of the state Senate, both sides of the aisle are keeping a close watch on a local Senate race for the seat in a massive new district that could be a key seat in determining who... Full story


They're coming home

For two years in the Frontier Conference, the Dickinson State Blue Hawks struggled to be more than a pushover. Now however, DSU has joined the new Northstar Athletic Conference, and the Blue Hawks are... Full story


Community Orchestra

Violins, violas, a bassoon and a bass were but a few of the ensemble that comprise an orchestra playing in Pershing Hall on the Montana State University-Northern campus. The Havre Community Orchestra...


George Ferguson Column: It's time for Northern nation to be heard

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are home. Yes, Saturday is the day Lights’ fans have been waiting for. The day when everyone can see the Lights for themselves. For the second straight... Full story


Pony harriers reach the starting line

After almost a month of practice, the Havre High cross country teams will finally get a chance to test themselves against outside competition as they head to the Cut Bank Time Trials today for the...


Blue Ponies travel to face an old foe

Havre High football got 2014 off on the wrong foot with a 27-14 loss to the Whitefish Bulldogs last week. Now, as the Ponies try to rebound, their competition gets even tougher as they head to Miles... Full story


Friday Night Lights: A Big Advantage

Jaxon Simonson was born to play football. He is the son of a coach and was blessed with tremendous size as well as god-given ability. But despite all his immense physical tools, his greatest asset is... Full story


Home openers for Griz, Cats

It's week two for the Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats. And it's rapidly becoming an interesting start to the season for both teams. Last week, the Griz opened their season with a narrow,...


Big weekend of prep volleyball on the HI-Line

Last weekend, the high school sports season started, but it was a bit quiet. Now though, it's September and things won't be quiet any longer. While high school football and volleyball are now in full...


Havre Festival Days Commemorative Buttons and Mugs

The 34th celebration of Havre Festival Days takes place Sept. 19-21. The theme for this year celebrates the many treasures we love about living in Havre. From the glorious big blue skies to awesome...

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    September 5, 2014

View from the North 40: The Gods of Irony love horses

The Gods of Irony have their own random agenda, and they rarely interact, intervene or interfere on purpose with a human - unless of course, that human has horses, then they're fair game. Horses are magical creatures whose true gift is to be... Full story


Our View: Hi-Line darts & laurels

Montana State University-Northern is en route to getting some of its education program off of moratorium. Other programs may be back on the books in the next few months. Provost William Rugg has spearheaded the efforts and deserves praise for his wor... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    September 5, 2014

Celebrating history: Boone's drug store displays mug

There was quite a bit of local news on the front page of the Sept. 5, 1914, issue of The Havre Plaindealer. We examine this issue for this 35th installment celebrating the 150th anniversary of... Full story


Local legislative races full and running

While the state focus primarily is on the race for the local Senate race between Republican Kris Hansen and Democrat Kris Hansen, battles are ongoing in every local race, in newly revised House districts. Watch for in-depth candidate profiles of...


Following the money: Hansen raises $23K by primary, Jergeson $15K

In a closely watched Senate race, the money had been pouring in by the time the last official report was filed a few weeks after the primary election. By her candidate campaign report in the race for Senate District 14 filed June 5, Rep. Kris...

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 5, 2014

Disaster declared at Fort Belknap

Heavy rains in August once again led to flood disaster declarations by Montana’s governor, including the third disaster for Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in five years. The disaster declaration is the fourth year a flood disaster has been... Full story


For the Record, September 4, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 8:02 a.m. Thursday complaint at the police station about a threatening Facebook post. Officers investigated an 8:38 a.m. Thursday complaint at the police station about an assault that had taken place... Full story



Thomas Haywood Blevins Tomas Haywood Blevins, 91, passed away peacefully on Aug. 29, 2014, after a short stay in the hospital. Tom was born on June 30, 1923, in Chinook, Montana, to Grover and Mildred Blevins. He was the sixth of 13 children. He... Full story



Alfred Lodge Alfred Lodge, 78, of Harlem passed away on Friday, Aug. 22, 2014, at Fort Belknap Indian Health Service of natural causes. Wake services will begin at 5 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at... Full story


Friday's Prep Football: Ponies lose a close one in Miles City

The Havre High football team had a chance to beat the Miles City Cowboys for a second straight time. But that chance slipped away in the fourth quarter. Friday night in Miles City, the Cowboys scored back-to-back touchdowns in the second half,... Full story


Lights crush Blue Hawks in home opener

Everyone knew heading into Saturday's MSU-Northern football home opener at Blue Pony Stadium, that emotions were going to be running high. The Lights knew it, the Dickinson State Blue Hawks knew and... Full story


Christopher A. Tendore

Christopher A. Tendore, 22, of Rocky Boy, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, at Peace Hospice in Great Falls, due to injuries sustained in April. Wake services will begin at 5 p.m. on Saturday,... Full story


Democrat senate hopeful to speak in Havre

U.S. Senate hopeful Amanda Curtis will be in Havre Monday morning to listen to the public and make her case for her candidacy. She is looking especially at talking to area business people and students, said Brenda Skornogoski, Hill County Democratic...


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