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Articles from the October 1, 2014 edition

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Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Rachel David, HHS Cross Country

The Havre High cross country teams are getting closer and closer to the pinnacle of their seasons. And with the Central A Divisional and Class A State meets on the horizon, Havre runners like junior... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 1, 2014

Johnson guilty of lesser charge

The jury in the murder trial of Shane Johnson of Havre Tuesday night could not come to a decision on the first charge filed against him but convicted him of a lesser included offense offered over the objection of his attorneys. Johnson, born in... Full story


George Ferguson Column: This night was high school football as it was meant to be

No matter where you’re from, no matter what state you live in, and no matter the size of the community, if you love sports, then you probably spend your Friday night’s in the fall at a football... Full story

 By Ken Brubaker    Sports    October 1, 2014

Local Bowling Report: Free lessons available for beginners

As stated in last week’s article, October is National Learn to Bowl Month. Starting Saturday at 1 p.m., lessons will begin for new bowlers only. The lessons will be from 1 to 2 p.m., running for four Saturdays in October. From 2 to 3 p.m. there wil...


Parents urged: Read to kids

Did you feed your baby’s brain today? That’s a question that Plant a Seed…Read and its partner, Read Aloud 15 Minutes, want parents and caregivers everywhere to answer with a resounding, “Yes!” Plant a Seed…Read is extending its mission... Full story


Hays man admits hunting violations

CHINOOK - A Hays man has been convicted on two misdemeanor criminal counts in connection with the illegal killing of two elk in southeastern Blaine County last year. William J. Hughes, 35, initially w... Full story


Crowning Blue Pony Royalty

Wyatt Lindbloom and Shania Carlson were named 2014 Homecoming King and Queen this morning at the coronation in the Havre High School auditorium. The class representatives were introduced first,... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 1, 2014

Bear Paw Development extends loan fee reduction

The local economic development agency announced this week it is extending to the end of the year a loan fee reduction to help local entrepreneurs with their businesses. “What we discovered over the past three months is a fairly significant demand... Full story


District 32 candidates to take part in forum

The candidates for Montana House District 32 will also be included in the Havre Daily News forum Thursday night at Havre High School. • Democratic incumbent Clarena Brockie will face Republican G. Bruce Mayers in that contest. The district... Full story


VanDyke campaigns for high court

Lawrence VanDyke has never run for office or been involved in partisan politics except for a contribution to his friend Tim Fox’ campaign for Montana attorney general. Now he finds himself in a statewide race for a seat on the Montana Supreme... Full story


For the Record, October 1, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 11:19 a.m. Tuesday call from a 1st Street establishment about a green duffle bag stolen out of the back of a pickup truck. —— Officers investigated a 12:51 call this morning from a 1st Street... Full story


Obituary - Paige McKenzie Evans

Paige McKenzie Evans, of Las Vegas, passed from this Earth Sept. 11, 2014, after complications from a lengthy illness. Born Jan. 10, 1996, to Robert and Jamie Evans, she was a lifelong resident of Las Vegas, attended Clark County public schools,... Full story


Obituary - James J. Lodge

FORT BELKNAP — James J. Lodge, 55, a laborer, died at a Great Falls Hospital following a stroke. Rosary will be 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2104  at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Fort Belknap. Funeral Mass will be 11 a.m., Oct. 2, at the church.... Full story


Obituary - J.H. Skinner

J.H. Skinner, born on Dec. 26, 1920, died Sept. 27, 2014. Services will be at a later date.... Full story


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