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Articles from the October 19, 2018 edition

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MSU-N Game Day: Hitting Back, With His Foot

When it comes to football, one aspect of the game that is often underrated is the kicking game and even though it's often referred to as one third of the game, its importance can be overlooked. Well,...

 
 By Stephen Real    Local    October 19, 2018

Northern gains national recognition for economic mobility

Montana State University-Northern now has another accolade to boast about after a report by Zippia named Northern the top school in the state for economic mobility and 15th in the country. Zippia...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    October 19, 2018

Local stores at Holiday Village not concerned about mall sale

Editor’s note: This version corrects that Debi Friede is manager of Yummy Foods. Havre's Holiday Village Shopping Center is up for auction Dec. 4, but tenants said they are not worried about the...

 

Friday Night Lights: The Night They Dream About

There is something special about playing football at Havre High and more than that, there is something special about playing on Friday nights, under the lights, at Blue Pony Stadium. For those who...

 

Ponies aim for a memorable senior night

Over the years, there have been some great high school football games between Havre and Miles City, and tonight the Blue Ponies and the Cowboys will have a chance to play another. In the last two...

 

Lights looking to cage the stingy Bulldogs

With how good the Frontier Conference is right now, it seems like every single week, the Montana State University-Northern Lights are facing a team on a hot streak - a team climbing the national...

 

Thriller in the Corral: Blue Pony spikers storm back to beat Livingston in five

Outside of a loss to Great Falls High, the Havre High volleyball team hasn't been tested often over the last month, with sweeps in seven of its last eight matches. Yet Thursday night, inside the HHS...

 

Northern grapplers move forward with Maroon/Gold Dual

Earlier this week, the Montana State University-Northern wrestling team got some exciting news, as the Lights wet pegged to win the Cascade Conference championship. The league released its first-ever...

 

Battle of the Cats at Weber State

The Montana State Bobcats needed a win over the University of Idaho for a myriad of reasons. First, it kept the Cats (2-1, 4-2) not only firmly entrenched in the hunt for the FCS playoffs, but also...

 

Senior Center News Oct. 19, 2018

North Central Senior Citizens Center, Oct. 22-26 Monday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; bingo at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m; TOPS; mall shopping from 1:30 to...

 

Rocky Boy lists students of the Month

A September Student of the Month is Kylie Gopher. Kylie, daughter of Jackie Chief Stick, is a sweet girl and a hard worker. She comes to classes each day ready to learn and prepared for success....

 

4-H recognizes award-winners

Press release Hill County 4-H held its End-of-Year Celebration and Donor Recognition Dinner Oct. 14 at the 4-H Chuckwagon. In front of a crowd of 140 people that included the 4-H community and...

 

Out Our Way: More hands needed - Matthew 9:35-38

Out our way, many ranchers have more than one pasture to prevent over grazing. We move the herd from the pasture they have been grazing all summer long down the valley to the winter pasture where the grass has had a chance to recover from last year...

 

On Theology and the Christian Life The Reformation: A Brief History - Exsurge Domine, by Martin Luther (1545)

When last Luther left us, dear Christian reader, he told of the Leipzig Debate of 1519. There, he spoke in more definite terms with regard to the authority of the Roman pontiff — or the lack thereof, as the case had it. Though not by name, Luther...

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, we live in an incredible world. Depending on where one lives, some folks get to view the majesty of mountain peaks, it takes our breath away. Looking out into space is humbling — to us with our small minds, it seems it could go on f...

 

Celebrating History: Lots of dirt in the news

by Emily Mayer The news of the Border Saloon raid, the upcoming election and Spanish flu epidemic continued, as did the local newspapers making their political viewpoints known. Keep in mind Havre had three newspapers 100 years ago — The Havre Plai...

 

Rocky Boy holds week of Red Ribbon events

Havre Daily News staff Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation has set a full week of activities during Red Ribbon Week to promote drug-free living. A release from Rocky Boy said the Chippewa Cree Business Committee issued a proclamation declaring the week...

 

I 185 is a bad deal for Montanans

Ballot Initiative 185 is a bad deal for Montana that voters should reject. The winners of this bad deal would be the hospital corporations and their wealthy executives. The losers would be the rest of us — veterans, the middle-class, tobacco...

 

Voting yes on I 185 is the right thing to do

I was sold on voting yes I 185 early on just to prevent 100,000 Montanans from losing their health care coverage. But I was significantly more convinced when I recently was shown a Juul, a small little nicotine-ingesting gadget that looks like a USB...

 

Letter to the Editor - Thanks to people who took care of Robert Gopher

Editor, The family would like to take this time to thank Dr. Varghese Parambi of Great Falls, Dr. Mohammed Kanaan of the Sletten Cancer Center in Havre and Tonya Paulsen, the director of the Dialysis Unit at Northern Montana Hospital in Havre for...

 

Never enough time for restful slumber

I don’t know what to call the last seven days, but they just might be the death of me. Technically, I can claim vacation for Monday through today, but applying the word vacation to these days is not just a stretch of the imagination, it’s flat ou...

 

Obituary - Louis Herbert Wood

KINGSVILLE, Texas - Louis Herbert Wood of Kingsville, 79, passed away Friday, October 12, 2018.  He was born June 13, 1939, in Malta, Montana, to the late Curtis and Frieda Minnie Beacher Wood....

 

Obituary - Mary Amelia Novak Bold

Mary Amelia Novak Bold, 92, passed away peacefully at Peace Hospice in Great Falls on October 16, 2018, from natural causes. A vigil service will be held at St. Margaret Mary's Church in Big Sandy on...

 

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