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Lights look to halt Saints' march

It will be nearly seven years to the day that the Montana State University-Northern Lights knocked off Carroll College in Blue Pony Stadium when the two rivals meet again. And while seven years... Full story


Skylights win debut

Playing a seasoned and experienced University of Lethbridge squad which was able to win in the Armory Gymnasium a year ago was going to be a tall order for the new-look Montana State University-Northe... Full story


MSU-N spikers home for rematches

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights are over the hump. There's just six matches left in the season and the Skylights are still perfect in Frontier Conference play with four of their last... Full story


The final race is upon them

All of the races ran this season lead up to this weekend, to this one race for the Havre High cross country teams. The Central A Blue Ponies have performed very well this season and are coming off of... Full story


Game Day Feature: They've always given OJ the ball

When it comes to high school football players flooding into the Frontier Conference, you instantly think of schools like Helena Capitol, CMR, Bozeman, Billings West, Polson, Miles, City, the list... Full story


Ponies close the regular season in Browning

One game is all that stands between the Havre Blue Ponies and the Class A playoffs. And though the Ponies already have a playoff berth locked up, they want to end the regular season on a high note.... Full story


Friday Night Lights: High Stakes

The Chester/J-I Hawks are on the verge of doing something not many teams do, and that's repeat as Northern C champions. But in order to that, they'll have to play their best game of the season, in... Full story


MSU-N men take to the road for the first time

The Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team is off to a perfect 3-0 start. But the Lights have only played games inside the friendly confines of the Armory Gymnasium. Now, Northern... Full story


Big home games for Griz, Cats

The Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats are in different places right now, even though they are nearly side-by-side in the Big Sky Conference standings. Montana is in the midst of one of the m... Full story


Hooded hoodlum hits Havre casino

Crystal City Casino, which is connected to the Atrium Mall in downtown Havre, was robbed early Thursday morning. Not much information about the details of the robbery was released by the Havre Police... Full story


A river runs through us - the Bullhook problem

Bullhook creek has always been a main part of Havre's geography. In fact, the area that is now the city of Havre was once called Bullhook Bottoms. As the city grew, buildings and streets were built... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 25, 2013

Woman sentenced to five years for assaulting 9-month-old

Martha Mae Mitchell of Rocky Boy will spend five years in federal prison for injuring a 9-month-old baby including fracturing all of the baby’s limbs. In federal District Court in Great Falls Tuesday, Chief U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 25, 2013

Beaver Creek Park fee change proposal released

Correction: The chart included in Friday's version of this story included an incorrect fee for youth groups. The committee that has been reviewing fees at Beaver Creek Park has released its proposal... Full story


James G. Bliss

BOW, N.H. - James G. Bliss, 65, of Bow passed away Oct. 19, 2013, at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Manchester after a lengthy illness. He was born in Helena, Mont. on Oct. 11, 1948,... Full story


Michael F. Sohm

Michael F. "Mikr" Sohm, 63 of Walla Walla, Wash., passed away on Oct. 17, 2013, of natural causes. Mike was born to Vernon and JoAnn (Gussenhoven) Sohm Sept. 7, 1950, in Havre, Mont. Mike was raised on the family farm and attended schools in Kremlin... Full story


For the Record, October 25, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 6:57 a.m. Thursday call from an area off 17th Street West about the calling party and his mother being attacked by his mother’s boyfriend. ——— Officers investigated an 8:20 a.m. Thursday call... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 25, 2013

Alexander sentenced to two years for putting woman in hospital

A Rocky Boy man will spend more than two years in federal prison for beating a woman and sending her on an emergency flight to a Great Falls hospital. Nelson Travis Alexander, 47, had pleaded guilty to assault resulting in serious bodily injury... Full story


Etched with history: The Cottonwood Bridge

The Cottonwood Bridge lies approximately 29 miles northwest of Havre, between the city and the Canadian border. Complex geographical features can be seen all around the bridge, which spans the... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    October 25, 2013

In 1898, Bullhook Creek was in the news

For the 42nd installment celebrating Havre's 120th anniversary of incorporation, we are still visiting the year 1898, as the microfilm for this week in the year 1893 is still missing and does not... Full story


Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, October 25, 2013

Laurel — The United States needs more people involved in the sciences. There is a nationwide effort to convince youngsters to go to this field. There is a particular shortage among young girls. The Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line has opened its ST... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    October 25, 2013

Until money grows on trees ...

If money management were a muscle, I would have to equate my investment skills, in strength and coordination, to that muscle you use, like never, to raise your ring finger up straight while making a fist with the rest of your hand. Yeah, keep trying.... Full story


Poll: Montanans opposed govt shutdown

BILLINGS (AP) — A Montana State University Billings poll found that nearly 57 percent of Montanans oppose the Affordable Care Act, but 69 percent opposed shutting down the government as a way to defund it. MSU Billings students interviewed 410... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 25, 2013

Cape Air to take over Montana EAS flights

A new service will take over the Essential Air Service flights to and from Havre and other Montana cities and Billings early in December. Cape Air issued a release saying it will begin offering the flights Dec. 10, taking over from Silver Airways.... Full story


Skylights upend Warriors in five

There were tense moments to say the least. But the 25th-ranked Montana State University-Northern volleyball is still unbeaten in Frontier Conference play. In front of a boisterous crowd Friday night... Full story


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