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Sweep: Lights tame Cougars, twice

The Montana State University-Northern basketball team knew it was stepping up in competition this weekend. So the Lights responded by stepping up their game in a pair of early-season wins over the... Full story


HHS girls race to a title

The divisional cross country race can prove to be one of the more difficult races on the schedule, and while the Havre High boys team remained competitive, the Blue Pony girls put their stamp on the... Full story


Skylights spike Warriors

The amazing run the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team is on in 2013 rolled right through Lewiston, Idaho. And in their biggest challenge to date, the Skylights jumped right over... Full story


Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup

Last week was a short one for area high school volleyball teams. Most area teams played early, then had the weekend off as school was out for the Montana teacher's conventions. However, this coming... Full story


Raiders fly by Lights in Oregon

The Montana State University-Northern Lights were able to do what few Frontier Conference teams have done for almost two years now, slow down the Southern Oregon Raiders on offense. Problem was, the... Full story


Polson runs over and away from Blue Ponies

A game can look tight to start, but that same game can quickly get away from a team due to turnovers. The Havre High football team was in a tight game with the non-conference Polson Pirates on Friday night in Polson, but watched an early lead... Full story


Griz top Mustangs in a thriller; Cats prevail

MISSOULA (AP) - For more than three quarters of the game Saturday, Cal Poly kept Montana's normally potent offense out of the end zone - until crunch time. Jordan Johnson followed up a 2-yard game-tyi... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 21, 2013

What'll winter be like? Who knows

The winter forecast for this part of the country is - as usual - anyone's guess. A major predictor in the Pacific Ocean is not giving any signs at the moment, and different prognosticators are giving... Full story


Nonpartisan city election on the ballot

According to Havre City Councilman Andrew Brekke, there is a growing belief among Havreites that there is no Republican way to run the sewage treatment plant or a Democratic way to plow the snow off of streets. So why, he asks, are we still electing... Full story


PSC to discuss NorthWestern deal Tuesday

The Montana Public Service Commission will take up the proposed sale of Devon Energy Co. assets on the Hi-Line to NorthWestern Energy at a meeting Tuesday. The PSC held a hearing in Havre Oct. 4 that drew a large crowd with questions about the deal.... Full story


From birthday gift to GOP-mobile

Former Mayor Bob Rice's Republican vehicle can be seen around town, mostly by City Hall. Rice said he received the vehicle from his cousin in Billings as a birthday present about 12 years ago when he... Full story


Havre city workers get safety award

The city of Havre has been honored for the safety record of its employees. The Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority said Havre has won the Liability Loss Control Award and the Workers’ Compensation Loss Control Award for first-class cities.... Full story


For the Record, October 21, 2013

Havre Police Department A 34-year-old Havre woman in the 24/7 Sobriety Program was arrested at the police station at 8 a.m. Friday for violation of conditions of release. ——— Officers investigated at 8:21 a.m. Friday a report from a 1st Street... Full story


Judge won't grant Hill immunity over donation

HELENA (AP) — A judge won't grant former Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Hill immunity from a possible state investigation into a $500,000 campaign donation. U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith Strong ruled against Hill's argument the threat of an... Full story


Appeal filed over documents tied to dark money

HELENA (AP) — Two political consultants are appealing a judge's ruling over campaign documents tied to a secretive conservative group that turned up at the Montana office of political practices. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals received the... Full story


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