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Articles from the October 15, 2013 edition

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Hi-Line Football Roundup

It was another tough week for local football programs, and if it wasn’t for one team’s big second half, the Hi-Line would have gone winless on the weekend. The Northern C 8-Man Chester/J-I Hawks... Full story


Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup

District tournaments are a mere two weeks away. And whether it’s a conference match, or a non-conference tilt, every one of them count for area high school volleyball teams. And this past week saw m... Full story


What we saw, what we'll see

Only a few major sporting events took place in Havre this weekend. But boy oh boy did we see plenty. Starting with last Friday night’s football game at Blue Pony Stadium, so much happened there was... Full story


Lights touted third, Skylights sixth in hoops

The Frontier Conference men’s and women’s basketball seasons don’t fully begin until January. But the conference released its 2013-14 preseason honors late last week. The Montana State... Full story


Lights climb to No. 18 in NAIA Poll

The Montana State University-Northern football team finally had a week to rest. And though the Lights had their first of two bye weeks last weekend, Northern still made a move in the NAIA Coaches... Full story


Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Trisha Big Knife, Rocky Boy Volleyball It’s been a difficult volleyball season for the Rocky Boy Morning Stars. But Trisha Big Knife helped bring a little excitement to the season last Thursday... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 15, 2013

Hansen declares in state Senate race

A two-term Republican state representative announced this morning she is shifting her campaign to the state Senate. Rep. Kris Hansen, R-Havre, said she has filed the paperwork to run in the newly created Senate District 14, which stretches from the C... Full story


Rocky Boy board to appeal election ruling

The Chippewa Cree tribe's Election Board will appeal a judge's decision that would have cleared the way for Ken Blatt St. Marks to be sworn in as tribal council chair. The appeal could delay St. Marks' swearing in for several months as attorneys for... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 15, 2013

New meat-eater lurks in Clack Museum

A new resident has joined the paleontological exhibit at the H. Earl Clack Museum, and the museum board members said Monday they are looking for a name for the new dinosaur. Museum manager Jim... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 15, 2013

Havre man killed in early morning crash

A Havre man died this morning on the scene of a crash a few miles east of town, the Montana Highway Patrol reported. The name of the victim had not been released this morning. The crash report says the 29-year-old Havre man was westbound on a... Full story


New recycling trailer parked at Memorial Park

Havreites and neighbors now have the option of taking their recycling out at any time of the day. Pacific Steel and Recycling and the city of Havre placed six recycling bins at the parking lot of... Full story


For the Record, October 15, 2013

Havre Police Department A 29-year-old Harlem man was arrested for shoplifting after officers received an 8 a.m. Monday call from a 1st Street business about a male, noncombative shoplifter. ——— Officers investigated an 8:19 a.m. Monday call... Full story


Our View: Congrats to people who preserve Fort Assinniboine

Fort Assinniboine has for decades been the hidden jewel if the Hi-Line. A group of volunteers has been working to restore buildings at the fort, which closed it doors in 1911 after protecting the Hi-Line 32 years. It is one of the best maintained... Full story


Homecoming thanks from freshman class

The Havre High freshman class would like to thank all the parents and volunteers who helped make the homecoming float possible. The Brenna family, Sharon McDonald, Melissa Oberquell, Julie Hassa, the Farinas family, Angela Twombly, Angi and Cliff,... Full story


Blackfeet chairman asks Augare to step aside

HELENA (AP) — A Blackfeet tribal councilman and state senator accused of fleeing an officer during a traffic stop has refused a request by the tribe's chairman to remove himself from his duties until his legal troubles are behind him. Chairman... Full story


Rosendale promises conservative House campaign

HELENA (AP) — Republican state legislator Matt Rosendale says his campaign for the U.S. House will champion conservative ideals. Rosendale announced Tuesday that he will be running for the U.S. House after also first considering a U.S. Senate run.... Full story


Daines raises more than $ 1M as he ponders Senate

HELENA (AP) — U.S. Rep. Steve Daines' new fundraising totals show he has more than $1 million on hand as he considers a run for the U.S. Senate. Daines' totals released Tuesday for the most recent quarter show he has taken in $640,000 as interest... Full story


Financial crisis means Rocky Boy gov't will shut down Thursday

HELENA — The Chippewa Cree Tribe has declared a financial disaster due to the federal government shutdown. Spokesman Wade Colliflower said Tuesday if the budget stalemate in Congress isn't resolved by Thursday, the tribal government will... Full story


Deal struck to avoid default and open government

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate leaders announced last-minute agreement Wednesday to avert a threatened Treasury default and reopen the government after a partial, 16-day shutdown. Congress raced to pass the measure by day's end. The Dow Jones industrial... Full story


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