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Articles from the October 10, 2014 edition

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Nationals home to face Bulls

The Glacier Nationals got their first win of the season, and their first-ever win as a Havre franchise last Saturday night when they beat the Yellowstone Quake in a shootout. Now, the Nationals are...


Bachmeier wants $250K in damages

Randy Bachmeier, dean of extended studies at Montana State University-Northern, is asking for $250,000 in damages because he says his life was made a "living hell" because of sexual harassment by then-Provost Rosalyn Templeton. But Northern’s... Full story


Ponies set for crucial battle in Lewistown

The number one goal for the Havre High football team at the start of the season was to win the Central A conference championship. That goal took a hit last Friday night when the Blue Ponies lost at... Full story


Lights venture to Idaho for the first time

Frontier conference play has been an uphill struggle for the Montana State University-Northern football team this season. But after a week off to get healthy and refreshed, the Lights should have...


HHS spikers seeking payback in Conrad

The 2014 season has been a bit of a struggle for the Havre High volleyball team. But, the great thing about high school sports is that it’s not how you start the season, it’s how you finish that...


Lights to host annual Alumni Dual Saturday

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling program is all about tradition. And one of the longest and best traditions of the wrestling program is the annual Alumni Dual. Every season before...


Lights shine against Thunder in season opener

The start was sluggish for the Montana State University-Northern Lights in their season opener, but eventually, they played the kind of basketball you would expect to see from a team with aspirations... Full story


Out Our Way: A basket of sand

Out our way, common sense - horse sense - is indeed pretty common. As most of you know, I am working on a degree from the Horse Sense Theological Seminary here in Havre and was talking to Professor... Full story


Friday Night Lights: Running Tradition

The Chinook football program is starting to build a great tradition of runners. It started a few years ago with Tyler Molyneaux, and continued with Ben Stroh. Last season, Zach Molyneaux put up huge n... Full story


Northern Montana Health Care hosts Ukranian doctors

Northern Montana Health Care welcomed a Ukrainian Delegation for the Open World Leadership Program. NMHC hosted these delegates Tuesday as part of their Montana learning opportunity. The focus of their visit to the area was telemedicine. The five... Full story


Hi-Line Dance Fundraiser set for Saturday, Oct. 11

A fundraiser for the Havre Hi-Line Dance Competitive Team will be held 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Havre Eagles Club. Funds raised will be used for travel and expenses for the team to perform at the... Full story


Hi-Line Living: Kids and Compasses

Sunnyside Intermediate School students were bused to Beaver Creek Park to take part in hikes and learn how to read compasses Tuesday. The field trip to the park near the Jaycees Campground was part...


View from the North 40: Just say it, plain and simple

One of the hardest things to do is to say exactly what you mean in a way that people understand exactly what you mean. No one knows that better today than the good-intentioned people at New Jersey’s Moorestown Township Library. They tried to say... Full story


Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel Havre firefighters are leading the way in celebrating Fire Prevention Week. Tours of the fire station have been given to visitors and special programs have been held for youngsters. The number of fires and the number of fatal fires has gone wa... Full story


Letters to the Editor: People can't afford higher taxes in Havre

Editor: I am writing about the crazy things this mayor is doing to our town. First the water bill rates are raised $5, and then he's going to raise the property taxes. Why didn't he check and see if most of the people can afford it? Most of the... Full story


Celebrating history: Tattler squealed on gigglers

Emily Mayer This week, we take a look at the Oct. 9, 1914, issue of The Box Elder Valley Press for this 40th installment celebrating the 150th anniversary of Montana Territory and the 125th anniversary of statehood. News of World War I and the... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 10, 2014

Disaster declared for Blaine County, Ft. Belknap

Thursday, the president declared the fourth federal flooding disaster in five years in north-central Montana, with President Barack Obama approving Gov. Steve Bullock’s request for a disaster declaration for Blaine County and the Fort Belknap... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 10, 2014

Rocky Boy gets flood-mold repair grant

The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation is getting some extra help recovering from flooding earlier in the decade, as new flooding is bringing the federal government back to the region to look at damage from a storm in August.... Full story


Obituary - Florence Creamer Allen

Florence Creamer Allen, 79, died Oct. 8, 2014, in Big Sandy, Montana, surrounded by her family. Florence Ruth Creamer was born on Oct., 31, 1934, to Leonard and Irma Deene Creamer in Havre, Montana.... Full story


For the Record, October 10, 2014

Havre Police Department Gregory Lee Bray, 57, of Box Elder was arrested on a state District Court warrant after turning himself in to the police station 9:52 a.m. Thursday. —— Officers investigated a report made Thursday at 12:20p.m. of a broken... Full story


Michael Bad Hawk Jr.

Michael Bad Hawk Jr., 23, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2014, at his residence. Wake services will begin at 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, and will continue unt... Full story


Army War College revokes Sen. John Walsh's degree 

HELENA — The U.S. Army War College revoked Democratic Sen. John Walsh's master's degree after an investigation completed Friday concluded he plagiarized a research paper required to graduate, a college spokeswoman said. The Carlisle, Pennsylvania,... Full story


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