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Articles from the October 23, 2013 edition

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Her passion is volleyball

There are so many special things going on right now with the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team, it would be tough to list them all from A-Z. Then again, starting with the letter A is... Full story


Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Brandt Montelius, Northern Football

MSU-N senior Brandt Montelius is making the most out of his final season The Montana State University-Northern football season is quickly entering the stretch run. The Lights are sitting at 4-3... Full story


Skylights achieve historic national ranking

It took a 10-match winning streak, and beating the Lewis-Clark State Warriors on the road, but the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team can finally say it's nationally-ranked. In the new... Full story


Lights prep for season with Maroon/Gold dual

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team made it official on Tuesday night. The Lights are ready for the 2013-14 season. Northern held its annual Maroon/Gold Dual Tuesday night at the... Full story


Local Bowling Report: Havre's Jacob Anderson rolls 13 strikes in a row

Those interested in the Junior Bowling Program are urged to call Hi Line Lanes and sign up for the season. League bowling for U.S.B.C. Youth will be starting very soon. Anyone interested in coaching may also sign up. Bumper bowling will begin at the... Full story


Evelyn M. Leo

HARLEM — Evelyn M. Leo, 89, passed away Oct. 21, 2013. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, at 11 a.m. at the American Lutheran Church in Harlem. Arrangements have been made with Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook... Full story


Kaidynce Evan Small, Indian name "White Eagle Boy"

Indian name “White Eagle Boy” Born Nov. 1, 2012, Kaidynce Evan Small, joined our Creator in heaven Oct. 21, 2013. Funeral services were held this morning at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Rocky Bo... Full story


John Allan Engleson

John Engleson, 1933–2013 John Allan Engleson, 80 of Pocatello, Idaho, and Dike Lake passed away on Oct. 3, 2013. John was born to Alfred and Mable Fincke Engleson on June 5, 1933, in Benson, Minn.... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 23, 2013

Winter preview? Snow expected Sunday

Coinciding with the start of the general hunting season for elk and deer, National Weather Service predicted the first snowfall in this part of Montana to hit by Sunday night, followed by warmer... Full story


People will plunge into cold water for Special Olympics

On Saturday, Nov. 2, people will be freezin' for a reason at Blue Pony Stadium. The annual Sub-Zero Super-Hero Polar Plunge will take place prior to the Montana State University-Northern football... Full story


Hi-Line Pregnancy Center helps mothers-to-be in need

Hi-Line Pregnancy Resource Center is offering more programs and helping more women, people attending the center’s annual banquet were told Tuesday night. The second-annual banquet was held at Montana State University-Northern as a fundraiser to... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 23, 2013

FSA maps out late for crop reporting

The results of the effects of the 16-day federal government shutdown continue to be felt, with the USDA’s Farm Service Agency Hill County office reporting the production of maps for farmers to use to report their crop acreage has been delayed, but... Full story


Prairie landscape is endangered - we must protect the Hi-Line

Montana is diverse, and for this I am thankful. Diverse in its landscape, from the majestic Rocky Mountains to the geological rimrock sandstone formations, to the ancient lake shores and to the wide-open and rolling plains. Diverse in what each... Full story


Our View: Polar Plunge is a jump worth taking

The public’s attitude toward developmentally disabled people has changed radically over the years. While bias still exists, many people now see that developmentally disabled people are a vital part of a healthy society as people with goals,... Full story


Montana lawmakers seek to strengthen Legislature

HELENA (AP) — Montana lawmakers who say term limits have reduced their effectiveness looked Wednesday to other states for ideas on how to strengthen their branch of government. The Legislature is supposed to be equal to the state's executive and... Full story


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