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Articles from the July 28, 2014 edition

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2014 Frontier Football Preview: An array of great passers

It's summer. It's hot out and football season still seems like it's a long way off. But not for the quarterbacks of the Frontier Conference. No, those select few that will guide their teams through... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    July 28, 2014

Aagesons answer ranch lawsuit

A Hill County family that sold land to the state in a controversial transaction has answered a lawsuit claiming they also failed to return $200,000 a neighbor invested in a joint sale. The answer to the lawsuit also claims the plaintiff killed a... Full story

 By Chris Peterson    Sports    July 28, 2014

Havre All-Stars fall short at state

For four days, Legion Field was home to the 13-and-under Babe Ruth state tournament as seven teams from across Montana came to Havre to compete for the state championship and two spots in the Pacific... Full story


Knights send North Stars home

The Havre North Stars fought hard. But in the end, they just didn't have quite enough pitching, or hitting to get over the hump. The North Stars saw their 2014 American Legion baseball season come to... Full story


Bicycists pay tribute to Kellen

The Kellen Lund Memorial Bike Ride at Pepin Park had hundreds of bicyclists racing and riding Saturday. The memorial bike ride was began after the death of Kellen Lund on the viaduct. Lund was walking his bike across the bridge when he was struck... Full story


Grace Ellen Kurtz Nordum

Grace Ellen Kurtz Nordrum On July 25, 2014, our amazing mother passed from this world to eternal life.  Grace Ellen Kurtz Nordrum was born March 29, 1927 to Frank and Alice (Dunn) Kurtz in Havre, Montana. She grew up south of Gildford where her pare... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Local    July 28, 2014

Group to bicycle from Havre to Rocky Boy and back

You’ll see a lot of bicyclists on the road between Montana State University-Northern and Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation Wednesday. The cyclists will take part in the first Rocky Boy Tour de Cure, a bike ride that organizer Ruth Burleigh said she ho...


Our View: Senator, plagarism is a very big deal

Sen. John Walsh, D-Montana, has been caught red-handed plagiarizing a report for his master’s degree. The New York Times did a tremendous public service by discovering and reporting on the plagiarism at the Army War College. Since then, many voters... Full story


Requiem for Creative Leisure

I met my wife for the first time in Creative Leisure. I had gone to Creative Leisure to rent a movie that had just come out - it may have been "Shaun of the Dead," or "Kill Bill," or some other cult... Full story


5 Things to Know in Montana for July 29

Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. HEARING SET ON PROPOSED EPA RULE: More than 400 people plan to speak at an Environmental Protection Agency hearing on proposed rules to cut pollution from... Full story


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