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Articles from the November 6, 2013 edition

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Beeters, Knights take aim at state

The District 6C East volleyball tournament was a gut-wrenching two days for both the Chinook Sugarbeeters and the North Star Knights. But surviving the tournament was only the beginning for both... Full story


Skylights stay inside NAIA Coaches Poll

The Montana State University-Northern volleyball team's first loss since the end of August was tough on the Skylights. But Northern pretty much retained its spot in the national rankings. Following... Full story


Local Bowling Report: Havre's Roman Surber rolls his first 300-game

After three unsuccessful tries at a 300 game, all ending with a score of 297, Roman Surber finally got the jinx off his back as he succeeded in rolling a 300-game on Sunday night. Surber did it in the third game after games of 172 and 180 for a 652 s... Full story


Virginia (Gina) Marie Williams

Virginia (Gina) Marie Williams, 42, passed away in Havre on Nov. 2, 2013.  She has been cremated, and services will be held at a later date.  Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has been entrusted... Full story


Frances J. Reichelt

Frances J. Reichelt, 85, of Havre, died of natural causes on Nov. 4, 2013, at her home. Her funeral service will be at Christ Lutheran Church in Big Sandy, on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at 11 a.m., with... Full story


For the Record, November 6, 2013

Havre Police Department Two people were arrested after officers investigated a 10:17 a.m. Monday call from 1st Street Northeast about a domestic disturbance. ——— Officers investigated a 3:29 p.m. Monday call from 12th Street about information c... Full story


Solomon defeats Rice to win second term

Havre Mayor Tim Solomon, a Democrat, won a second term Tuesday, defeating the man he beat four years ago, former Mayor Bob Rice. The first results showed Solomon defeating Rice 1,399-1,109, 55.8... Full story


Boucher wins 4th ward council seat against Datko

Republican Matt Boucher won the only contested Havre City Council race, Tuesday, defeating Democrat Karen Datko 225-173 in the race for the open four-year seat in Ward 4. Boucher, a former Marine, is... Full story


A long night for political veterans and newbies

Many public figures' faces were seen at their respective party headquarters Tuesday night to show their support for mayoral candidates Tim Solomon and Bob Rice. Democrats met at the Eagle's Club and... Full story


Nonpartisan city elections overwhelmingly approved

In the last 120 years, Havre City Council has had Republican, Democratic, Progressive and Socialist members. But no more. Voters Tuesday voted 1,938 to 577 to hold nonpartisan elections in the future. That means the people elected in Tuesday's... Full story


Most win without opposition

While a couple of races in Havre garnered most of the attention, many area political candidates were unopposed in Tuesday’s voting. • Virginia Seigel was elected without opposition to the nonpartisan position of Havre city Judge. She replaces... Full story


Our View: Best of luck, mayor. There's a tough road ahead

To Mayor Tim Solomon: Congratulations on your re-election, mayor. Over the past four years, you have overseen some good changes to the city of Havre. We hope you will continue to do that. It’s a great honor to be elected mayor of this great city, b... Full story


Daines announces US Senate bid

BOZEMAN - U.S. Rep. Steve Daines announced Wednesday that he will run for Senate in 2014, giving Montana Republicans a candidate they believe has a strong chance at winning the state's first open... Full story


Former lieutenant governor running for Senate+

HELENA - Former Republican Lt. Gov. John Bohlinger said Wednesday his decision to run for the U.S. Senate in 2014 as a Democrat was sealed by last month's federal government shutdown and Congress'... Full story


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