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Articles from the August 25, 2014 edition

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HHS Blue/White Day cut in half

Havre High football fans were left disappointed Saturday as the Blue Ponies' annual Blue/White scrimmage to kick off the season was canceled due to heavy rain storms that left the field in Blue Pony... Full story


Skylights off to a 3-2 start

With only three starters back, and mostly a young and new team Montana State University-Northern head volleyball coach Bill Huebsch wasn’t quite sure what he’d see when the Skylights opened the 20... Full story


Lights hold final scrimmage

After two weeks of suffering in the August heat, the Montana State University-Northern Lights officially broke fall camp Friday. And in their final scrimmage for Saturday's season-opening game...


For the Record, August 25, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 6:58 a.m. Friday call from 12th Street about a bike that had been stolen. ——— Francis J. Miller, 57, of Havre was issued a summons on charges of theft and trespassing after officers responded to... Full story


June Walker Wood

June Walker Wood, 89, formerly of Lovell, Wyoming, passed away on Aug. 18, 2014, in Havre, Montana. She moved to Havre five years ago to be closer to her daughter, Juliann Riggin. June was born June 7... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 25, 2014

No state charges against Houle

A state judge has denied the Hill County attorney’s request to file felony charges against a Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation tribal council member, but John “Chance” Houle still faces three trials in federal court alleging fraud, corruption... Full story


Havre native to be on reality show

A Havre resident has found herself on a reality television show which will air tonight on Fox — KFBB, Charter channel 4, at 8 p.m. Shannon Heggem, who ran the Doggy Day Care and Pet Resort in Havre for 21 years before winning the $2 million...

 By John Kelleher    Local    August 25, 2014

New direction for Hays-Lodge Pole

HAYS - Two years ago, Hays-Lodge Pole Public Schools were wracked with tumult and dissention. Saturday, community members were at the school with teachers and school officials, taking part in an... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 25, 2014

Rain soaks north-central Montana

Steady rains kept farmers out of fields with a delayed harvest but brought much-needed rain to the region late last week and over the weekend, though they also are bringing flood warnings and advisories farther east and in central Montana. The Nation...


Flooding causes issues in Harlem

Richard Mohar, the Harlem Public Works director, said most of the water that flooded Harlem during the late week storms has receded but the town is still having issues. “Thankfully, the flooding problems are not problems this morning,” Harlem...


Our View: Hays-Lodge Pole back on the right path

Not long ago, we wrote in this column that the only heroes in the Hays-Lodge Pole school district were the students who kept coming to school every day in hopes of getting an education. The school was in an adult-induced bedlam. In a power struggle,... Full story


The real fight against ALS

There has been a lot of jocularity in recent days because of the national craze of challenging people to have ice cold water poured over their heads as a way of raising funds for the fight against ALS, the dreaded neurological disease. If the craze m... Full story


Thanks to those who helped out during baseball season

As this year's baseball season ends in Havre, I would like to thank all the volunteer coaches who help get us through the months of game and practices. The time commitment is great, and your time invaluable. Without you, nothing would get done and... Full story


Quick Pic: Big toys for girls and boys

Camille Keeley, 7, runs through a inflatable obstacle course during the 8th annual Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line Big Toy Day which marks the end of summer along with the club's school season... Full story


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