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Articles from the October 18, 2013 edition

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Repeat: Skylights sweep Argos, again

If there was any possibility that the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team was going to have a letdown in its rematch with the University of Great Falls, or look past the Argos and... Full story


Lights host Cougars, twice

It's still early in October and it's still very early in the NAIA basketball season. But the Montana State University-Northern Lights are already looking to kick their season into high gear. Northern... Full story


Lights get back to work in Oregon

Surprise, surprise, another road game for the Montana State University-Northern Lights. Only this isn't your ordinary road trip in the Frontier Conference. On Saturday, the No. 18 Lights will go head-... Full story


Ponies look for momentum in Polson

The final stretch of the regular season can make or break a football team heading into the postseason. The Havre High Blue Ponies are well aware of that, and know just how important this... Full story


Pony harriers take on the Central A

The time to begin peaking is now for the Havre High boys and girls cross country teams. The regular season is over and the Blue Pony harriers had an extra week to prepare for the Central A divisional... Full story


Friday Night Lights: Heart and Soul

It is rare to find a prep athlete able to earn a varsity letter all four years of high school, especially in two sports. But it is even more rare to find an athlete who is able to do that, but also... Full story


Bulldogs sweep Havre High spikers in Choteau

Thursday night the Havre High volleyball team faced a tough Class B opponent on the road. And though it was the second meeting between the Central A Blue Ponies and Choteau Bulldogs, the Ponies got a reminder on just how tough the Bulldogs are this... Full story


Griz try and stop Mustangs; Cats tackle Cats

It's getting late into October, and for the Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies, time is starting to tick away. Both Montana teams are firmly in the hunt for a Big Sky championship, and both... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    October 18, 2013

Average Guy vs. Ken doll

The artist who brought us “Normal Barbie” — with a computerized rendering of the traditional Barbie doll next to a Barbie in the proportions of the average 19-year-old girl to show that a reality-based doll is more attractive — has now given... Full story


Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, October 18, 2013

Laurel — East Hall, as the first building on campus, is an important part of Montana State University-Northern and Havre history. But time took its toll on the historic structure, and it fell to the wrecking ball. Many Havre residents and most... Full story

 By Fran Buell    Opinion    October 18, 2013

Personal opinions should be kept out of park operations

Editor: This is in response to comments made by Hill County Park Board member Renelle Braaten, Oct. 14, concerning her opposition to trapping.  As an appointee by the Hill County Commissioners to the Hill County Park Board it is her fiduciary duty... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    October 18, 2013

Havre of the Past: Election season, 1898

In this week's installment celebrating Havre's 120th anniversary of incorporation, there is a lot of news pertaining to elections. The Milk River Eagle's Oct. 14, 1898, issue carried several articles... Full story


Chinook woman offers organic treats for healthy puppies

Shawna Beck started her organic puppy treat business soon after Dojo, her black German shepherd, entered her family. "We got a purebred puppy, the same week I started (making treats)," Beck said. "I... Full story


Montana ranchers help South Dakota strangers

Two ranchers south of Chinook have pooled their resources to collect livestock donations for South Dakota ranchers whose cattle herds were ravaged by the blizzard that blew through the western side... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 18, 2013

Delaware company offers expensive deed copies, called scam by some

People in north-central Montana are getting a special offer from a company in Delaware: For a charge of $83, Record Transfer Services of Wilmington, Del., will send a copy of a property owner’s current grant deed, which the solicitation letter... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 18, 2013

City ballots hitting mailboxes, election office

With ballots in the city elections mailed out Tuesday, Havre voters already are receiving their chance to decide the leadership of the city, with some already turning in their decisions — about 200 in by this morning. Hill County Clerk and... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 18, 2013

Work resumes on farm payments

County Farm Service Agency are back on the job with the end of the federal shutdown, although its effects still continue, delaying farm program payments to local producers, payments that were more than $15 million last year. Hill County FSA... Full story


Rudolph (Rudy) Uhlich

Rudolph (Rudy) Uhlich of Harlem died on Oct. 12, 2013, of natural causes at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home. Born Jan. 23, 1920, near Drake, N.D. to Reinhold and Margaretha Uhlich, Rudy was the sixth... Full story


Clifford Fredrick Fredricksen

Clifford Fredrick Fredricksen, 81, of Great Falls, passed away Wednesday morning, Oct. 16, 2013, at Missouri River Manor. A gathering of family and friends will be held Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, at the V... Full story


For the Record, October 18, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 9:06 a.m. Thursday complaint at the police department about the theft of a computer by an employee. ——— A summons was issued to a 15-year-old Havre boy for shoplifting, possession of drug... Full story


Bullock dinged for campaign violation

HELENA (AP) — The Office of Commissioner of Political Practices is dinging Gov. Steve Bullock for a bookkeeping error that led to excess campaign donations. A Helena attorney who was appointed deputy for the cases says that Bullock's 2012 campaign... Full story


Daines says vote was about ending shutdown

HELENA (AP) — U.S. Rep. Steve Daines said his vote to raise the debt ceiling was about ending the government shutdown, and says he still hopes to repeal the health care overhaul. The Montana lawmaker joined some other Republicans and all Democrats... Full story


Friday's Prep Football: Pirates run past Blue Ponies

In their first-ever meeting, the Polson Pirates got the better of the Havre Blue Ponies in a Class A showdown Friday night in Polson. The Pirates defeated Havre 52-20, behind over 300 rushing from the Pirate offense. Havre's overall record dropped... Full story


Ex-Montana State student sues school over sex assault

BOZEMAN (AP) — A former Montana State University student has filed a lawsuit against the school alleging she and other women were sexually assaulted and harassed by a former music professor. The woman's Oct. 11 lawsuit alleges the university... Full story


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