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Articles from the August 9, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 9, 2013

Cotter: The Guardians a clear message to Indian Country

After another set of indictments charging six people with embezzling federal money from an American Indian reservation program were unsealed Thursday, Montana’s U.S. attorney said the project that... Full story


6 charged in Montana tribal program for kids

GREAT FALLS — Six people who oversaw a Blackfeet program for troubled youth were arraigned Thursday on charges they embezzled from the $9.3 million project and doctored invoices to embellish the... Full story


For the Record: August 9, 2013

Havre Police Department The Havre Police Department was unable to get the dispatch log submitted before deadline, but the information will be provided as soon as they are able to send it. Hill County Sheriff's Office At 3:09 p.m. Thursday deputies "t... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    August 9, 2013

Havre of the Past: 1893 news - panics, mansions

Most of the news in this week’s Havre Advertiser, dated Aug. 8, 1893, was of a state and national level. The largest story that ran was regarding the financial crisis caused by changing the... Full story

 By Daniel Horton    Sports    August 9, 2013

HHS's Lambourne will stay home for hoops

The good news continues to poor out of the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball program. And this time, the good news includes another local standout. Thursday, Skylights head coach... Full story


Frontier Preview: Linebackers always seem to shine in the Frontier

The linebacker position has always been one where stars are born in the Frontier Conference, and especially at Montana State University-Northern over the last decade. And with each passing season,... Full story


Hungry Lights ready to go to work Sunday

In some ways, it feels like fall is already here. And in just 20 days, the Montana State University-Northern football team will play its season-opening game at Dickinson State University. And the... Full story


Court rejects Fort Belknap housing subsidy complaint

HELENA (AP) — An appeals court has dismissed the Fort Belknap tribal government's request to prevent the federal government from recovering millions in overpaid housing subsidies. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development determined it... Full story


State says Blue Cross correcting wrong charges

HELENA (AP) — The state insurance commissioner says Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana is reimbursing customers for erroneous charges. Monica Lindeen said Friday that more than $700,000 has been paid so far after her office discovered the... Full story


Daines gets new committee appointment

HELENA (AP) — U.S. Rep. Steve Daines has a new committee leadership appointment. Daines says he has been appointed vice chairman of the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight and Management Efficiency. The Republican's office said in a... Full story

 By John Kelleher    Sports    August 9, 2013

Rocky Boy elections panel overturn results, St. Marks to appeal

The Chippewa Cree Tribe’s Elections Board has invalidated the recent elections and ordered that yet another election be held for tribal chair. In a letter to Ken Blatt St. Marks, the candidate who finished first in the elections, the board’s... Full story


New oil exploration leases renew foes' anger

MISSOULA (AP) — A series of new oil exploration leases on the border of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Glacier National Park has renewed the anger and motivation of those opposed to energy development along the Rocky Mountain Front. The... Full story


Judge rejects lawsuit against milk freshness rule

HELENA, (AP) — A Montana judge has rejected a lawsuit filed by a California food distributor that tried again to abolish the rule requiring that milk sold in Montana to be stamped with a "sell-by" date of 12 days after pasteurization. District Judg... Full story


AP: Guardians Project seeks to root out corruption

GREAT FALLS — Seven framed pictures hang on a wall of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Great Falls, each bearing the name of an operation that is part of a major push to root out corruption and theft from federal programs in Montana's Indian Country.... Full story


Food stamp cutbacks hit thousands of Montanans

HELENA (AP) — Advocates say it is too soon to end a temporary increase in government-provided food assistance that's set to expire Nov. 1. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said roughly 130,000 Montanans will see reductions in their Supplemental... Full story


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