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A real connection

Nearly two weeks ago, Lena Belcourt stood at the entrance of her tribe's sacred land in the Bear Paw Mountains - 7,500 acres of forested hills and winding streams in the Pah-nah-to Recreational Area, the land of the Chippewa Cree in north-central... Full story

 

Red Sox resemble a slow pitch softball team

At the beginning of this baseball season, I was filled with grandiose hopes and lofty dreams of the Boston Red Sox finally beating the New York Yankees for the American League title and somehow winning the World Series. But after this last...

 

Northstars roll past Sparkies

In their second trip to Great Falls in as many days, the Havre Northstars continued to beat up on Northern District foes with a doubleheader sweep of the Great Falls Sparkies at Don Olson Memorial field. Havre opened the doubleheader with a 7-3 win... Full story

 

CLAUDE EREAUX obituary

MALTA - Claude Ezra "Ezzie" Ereaux, 61, a Malta businessman, died June 25, 2004, of a pulmonary embolism at a Great Falls hospital. A wake will be on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Malta. A funeral service will be Thursday at 2...

 

DOROTHY DEA obituary

Dorothy W. Dea, 86, died Wednesday, June 23, 2004, at a Big Sandy nursing home of natural causes. Cremation will take place and her memorial service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Holland and Bonine Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. John Chapman... Full story

 

CHARLES D. ADAMS obituary

GREAT FALLS - Charles Daniel "Charlie" Adams, 48, died peacefully on Sunday, June 27, 2004, of adenocarcinoma in his family's home in Great Falls. Graveside services and burial will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Inverness Cemetery. Visitation will... Full story

 

Tenants of Heritage Center are dealing with uncertainty

Emily Mayer Lossing sits quietly at her desk in the museum at the Heritage Center. Around her, displays depicting life in the olden days of north-central Montana whisper of Hill County's past, giving visitors a glimpse of the county's rich history....

 

In Havre, much ado for the 4th

Organizers say the Havre Fourth of July celebration, now in its second year, is getting bigger and better, and they hope the trend will continue. "Obviously, this thing is just in its infancy, but we've got about double the participants of last year,... Full story

 

Downpour floods part of Chinook

CHINOOK - A heavy rainstorm struck Chinook on Thursday night, causing flooding that forced city workers to barricade a number of streets. The deluge hit about 8:15 p.m. and lasted 20 minutes. The rain water rushed to low areas in west and south...

 

Lots of effort goes into fireworks display

With great care and preparation, the Havre Jaycees are continuing a decades-old tradition Sunday - their Independence Day fireworks display at the Hill County Fairgrounds. Jaycees project manager Jason Murri told members of the service organization...

 

A real connection

Nearly two weeks ago, Lena Belcourt stood at the entrance of her tribe's sacred land in the Bear Paw Mountains - 7,500 acres of forested hills and winding streams in the Pah-nah-to Recreational Area, the land of the Chippewa Cree in north-central... Full story

 

Red Sox resemble a slow pitch softball team

At the beginning of this baseball season, I was filled with grandiose hopes and lofty dreams of the Boston Red Sox finally beating the New York Yankees for the American League title and somehow winning the World Series. But after this last...

 

Northstars roll past Sparkies

In their second trip to Great Falls in as many days, the Havre Northstars continued to beat up on Northern District foes with a doubleheader sweep of the Great Falls Sparkies at Don Olson Memorial field. Havre opened the doubleheader with a 7-3 win...

 

CLAUDE EREAUX obituary

MALTA - Claude Ezra "Ezzie" Ereaux, 61, a Malta businessman, died June 25, 2004, of a pulmonary embolism at a Great Falls hospital. A wake will be on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Malta. A funeral service will be Thursday at 2...

 

DOROTHY DEA obituary

Dorothy W. Dea, 86, died Wednesday, June 23, 2004, at a Big Sandy nursing home of natural causes. Cremation will take place and her memorial service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Holland and Bonine Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. John Chapman...

 

CHARLES D. ADAMS obituary

GREAT FALLS - Charles Daniel "Charlie" Adams, 48, died peacefully on Sunday, June 27, 2004, of adenocarcinoma in his family's home in Great Falls. Graveside services and burial will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Inverness Cemetery. Visitation will...

 

Tenants of Heritage Center are dealing with uncertainty

Emily Mayer Lossing sits quietly at her desk in the museum at the Heritage Center. Around her, displays depicting life in the olden days of north-central Montana whisper of Hill County's past, giving visitors a glimpse of the county's rich history....

 

In Havre, much ado for the 4th

Organizers say the Havre Fourth of July celebration, now in its second year, is getting bigger and better, and they hope the trend will continue. "Obviously, this thing is just in its infancy, but we've got about double the participants of last year,...

 

Downpour floods part of Chinook

CHINOOK - A heavy rainstorm struck Chinook on Thursday night, causing flooding that forced city workers to barricade a number of streets. The deluge hit about 8:15 p.m. and lasted 20 minutes. The rain water rushed to low areas in west and south...

 

Lots of effort goes into fireworks display

With great care and preparation, the Havre Jaycees are continuing a decades-old tradition Sunday - their Independence Day fireworks display at the Hill County Fairgrounds. Jaycees project manager Jason Murri told members of the service organization...

 

A real connection

Nearly two weeks ago, Lena Belcourt stood at the entrance of her tribe's sacred land in the Bear Paw Mountains - 7,500 acres of forested hills and winding streams in the Pah-nah-to Recreational Area, the land of the Chippewa Cree in north-central... Full story

 

Red Sox resemble a slow pitch softball team

At the beginning of this baseball season, I was filled with grandiose hopes and lofty dreams of the Boston Red Sox finally beating the New York Yankees for the American League title and somehow winning the World Series. But after this last... Full story

 

Northstars roll past Sparkies

In their second trip to Great Falls in as many days, the Havre Northstars continued to beat up on Northern District foes with a doubleheader sweep of the Great Falls Sparkies at Don Olson Memorial field. Havre opened the doubleheader with a 7-3 win...

 

CLAUDE EREAUX obituary

MALTA - Claude Ezra "Ezzie" Ereaux, 61, a Malta businessman, died June 25, 2004, of a pulmonary embolism at a Great Falls hospital. A wake will be on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Malta. A funeral service will be Thursday at 2...

 

DOROTHY DEA obituary

Dorothy W. Dea, 86, died Wednesday, June 23, 2004, at a Big Sandy nursing home of natural causes. Cremation will take place and her memorial service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Holland and Bonine Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. John Chapman... Full story

 

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