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Articles from the October 30, 2013 edition

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Postseason volleyball starts in Rudyard

The District 6C East has been as competitive as any volleyball conference around this season, and for many seasons in the past. And that's what makes the district tournament so exciting. On Thursday... Full story


Skylights rise one spot

After two of the most dramatic wins of the season, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team inched its way up a spot in the national rankings. In the most recent NAIA Coaches Poll,... Full story


Local Bowling Report: Tournaments on tap at Hi-Line Lanes

Hi-Line Lanes has added something new called “Spin The Magic Wheel” when you pay for your bowling. The Wheel will be at the desk. You can win everything from a free game, to hamburger and fries. You must be 18 or older to spin and only get one sp... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    October 30, 2013

Indictment reveals kickback charges

Former Havre School Board chair Shad Huston, 37, is accused of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in contracts and then paying hundreds of thousands of dollars back to Chippewa Cree Construction Corp. CEO Tony Belcourt and his wife, Hailey... Full story


Damaged package led to pot arrest

A damaged Express Mail package led to the arrest of a former Montana State University-Northern basketball player on drug charges. According to legal papers filed in Havre City Court, Havre Post Office officials told Tri-Agency Drug Task Force... Full story


Quick Pic: Jitterbuggin'

Brad and Gretchen Lindsey get tips Tuesday on the jitterbug from Pam Wilson, right, at the Montana State University-Northern Student Union Building. Wilson was giving free jitterbug lessons to the... Full story


Quick Pic: Snow on Mount Baldy

A clear patch in the clouds passes over a snow-dusted Mount Baldy Tuesday afternoon.... Full story


Blackfeet leader wants federal charges dismissed

BROWNING (AP) — A state senator and Blackfeet tribal council member says he plans to ask a judge to drop federal charges against him after he pleaded guilty in tribal court to similar charges of fleeing a sheriff's deputy on the reservation. Sen.... Full story


MSU paleontologist Jack Horner wins lifetime achievement award

BOZEMAN (AP) — Montana State University paleontologist Jack Horner is being honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Horner is scheduled to receive the Romer-Simpson Medal Saturday in Los Angeles for... Full story


Judges send Fort Belknap voting case back to Montana courts

BILLINGS (AP) — The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has declined to settle a voting rights case in which American Indians in Montana sued to establish satellite voting offices on three reservations. Residents fort Fort Belknap and other... Full story


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