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Articles from the September 4, 2013 edition

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Free-clothes fence is returning to Havre

Patty Brannigan is restarting her “Free-Clothes Fence” at her home at 436 14th Ave. She said she will hang used clothing on the fence in front of her home. People in need of clothes can stop by... Full story


USDA wants healthier school lunches, Havre Schools already ahead of the curve

The return of hungry students to the schools of Havre have the cafeterias, newly accredited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in full swing. Debbie Otto, the School Food Service supervisor at... Full story


Havre City Council confirms library director

The city council met at 7 p.m. Tuesday to appoint Rachel Rawn as the director of the Havre-Hill County Library at a salary of $32,000 a year, allow the Havre Art Association to place a sign on city property to advertise an art show and approved the... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 4, 2013

Baucus brings Who's Who of business world to Butte

Montana’s senior U.S. senator is bringing an impressive list of top business leaders to his sixth Montana economic development summit and is urging people to sign up before space runs out at the free two-day event. “For two days we’ll... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 4, 2013

Bear Paw Development sets Facebook 'like' promotion

The state’s oldest regional economic development corporation is moving to new ground and is setting up a contest to promote it. Paul Tuss, executive director of Bear Paw Development Corp., said in a press release that Bear Paw is holding a drawing... Full story


Tony Lee Costin

Tony Lee Costin was tragically taken from us on Saturday, August 31. He was born May 7, 1962 to Norman and Janet Costin in Havre, Mont. Tony grew up in Havre, Mont. and graduated from Havre High... Full story


For the Record, September 4, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a two-vehicle, noninjury crash after a 4:55 p.m. Tuesday call from 2nd Street. ——— Officers investigated a 5:21 p.m. Tuesday call about a boy on a bicycle that had been hit by a car. ——— A... Full story


Our View: Congress should get back to work on Syria

President Barack Obama is asking congressional approval to make military strikes against Syria for its use of outlawed chemical weapons on its own people. Obama made the case for the actions in a speech Saturday. He surprised many critics by saying t... Full story


Mariani to be sidelined for 2013 season

For the second straight year, the Tennessee Titans and the NFL will be without former Havre Blue Pony and Montana Grizzly great Marc Mariani. And for the second straight season, Mariani will be... Full story


MSU-N's Abby Nicholas earns Frontier honor

It’s been a strong start to the 2013 volleyball season for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights and a particularly strong start for Northern senior hitter Abby Nicholas. Tuesday,... Full story


Hi-Line athletes of the week

The Chester/J-I Hawks had a big 2012 season. And they continued on the opening night of 2013 with the help of star receiver Justin May. Saturday night, the Hawks beat the Chinook Sugarbeeters 16-12... Full story


Billings teacher rape sentence appealed

BILLINGS (AP) — State prosecutors on Wednesday appealed as "illegal" a 30-day sentence handed down by a Montana judge to a former teacher for raping a student who later killed herself. The announcement came after District Judge G. Todd Baugh... Full story


Investigation into judge's anti-Obama email under seal

HELENA (AP) — An appeals court has delayed the release of a misconduct investigation into former U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull. Cebull retired May 3, after the Judicial Council of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals completed its... Full story


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