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Articles from the April 27, 2005 edition

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Special Olympics

There were big smiles and loud cheers from the onlookers when Great Northern Area Special Olympics athlete Eallen Sargent took to the winner's circle to receive awards for his performance in the day's events. Sargent, who was quiet most of the day, r...

 

Pony boys sweep Great Falls teams; HHS girls split

Ryan Divish Havre Daily News Sports Editor [email protected] For Havre teams in any sport, the chance to knock off a Class AA opponent, particularly one from Great Falls, is one the Ponies will always take. The Havre High boys tennis team...

 

Rustler track teams sweep Ponies convincingly in dual action

Ryan Divish Havre Daily News Sports Editor [email protected] The scores may not indicate it, but Tuesday was a pretty good day for the Havre High track teams. The Pony boys and girls were both soundly defeated by Class AA CMR in dual action...

 

Cold weather mars opening of men's league

The weather didn't really cooperate like most had hoped. But the first week of men's league golf is in the books none the less. Here's a look back at the opening week of golf action at Beaver Creek Golf Course. On last Tuesday night, three teams...

 

DONALD BARTHEL obituary

Donald M. "Donnie" Barthel, 70, of Glendive died Saturday, April 23, 2005, at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, Okla. A Vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Glendive. A...

 

A lesson in compassion

Ellen Thompson Havre Daily News [email protected] BOX ELDER - When third-grade teacher Joyce Donoven was diagnosed with breast cancer in December, her students were her first concern. Donoven has since learned they and all of Box Elder Sch... Full story

 

Tribe seizes cigarettes from store

Ellen Thompson Havre Daily News [email protected] Rocky Boy tribal police have confiscated cigarettes from the reservation's only private seller, who has refused to pay the tribe's new 55-cent tobacco tax. "I'm not going to pay the tax...

 

Visitor center plans have evolved, expanded

Larry Kline Havre Daily News [email protected] Plans for a proposed cultural center at the Hill County Fairgrounds are moving forward once more. The concept has evolved from a visitor center into a facility with a primary focus of... Full story

 

Write your own health care directive right now

In a recent poll at Cheapskatemonthly.com I asked readers a question: "Have you signed a 'health directive' expressing your wishes regarding heroic measures you do or do not want to be given to you?" Of more than 1,000 respondents, merely 22 percent... Full story

 

Local project targets domestic violence

and Havre Public Schools In the United States, 14 states were chosen to implement an exciting, forward-looking program dealing with domestic abuse - the DELTA Project. Montana was one of those select few. Only five cities in Montana were selected to... Full story

 

Special Olympics

There were big smiles and loud cheers from the onlookers when Great Northern Area Special Olympics athlete Eallen Sargent took to the winner's circle to receive awards for his performance in the day's events. Sargent, who was quiet most of the day, r...

 

Pony boys sweep Great Falls teams; HHS girls split

Ryan Divish Havre Daily News Sports Editor [email protected] For Havre teams in any sport, the chance to knock off a Class AA opponent, particularly one from Great Falls, is one the Ponies will always take. The Havre High boys tennis team...

 

Rustler track teams sweep Ponies convincingly in dual action

Ryan Divish Havre Daily News Sports Editor [email protected] The scores may not indicate it, but Tuesday was a pretty good day for the Havre High track teams. The Pony boys and girls were both soundly defeated by Class AA CMR in dual action... Full story

 

Cold weather mars opening of men's league

The weather didn't really cooperate like most had hoped. But the first week of men's league golf is in the books none the less. Here's a look back at the opening week of golf action at Beaver Creek Golf Course. On last Tuesday night, three teams...

 

DONALD BARTHEL obituary

Donald M. "Donnie" Barthel, 70, of Glendive died Saturday, April 23, 2005, at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, Okla. A Vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Glendive. A... Full story

 

A lesson in compassion

Ellen Thompson Havre Daily News [email protected] BOX ELDER - When third-grade teacher Joyce Donoven was diagnosed with breast cancer in December, her students were her first concern. Donoven has since learned they and all of Box Elder Sch... Full story

 

Tribe seizes cigarettes from store

Ellen Thompson Havre Daily News [email protected] Rocky Boy tribal police have confiscated cigarettes from the reservation's only private seller, who has refused to pay the tribe's new 55-cent tobacco tax. "I'm not going to pay the tax...

 

Visitor center plans have evolved, expanded

Larry Kline Havre Daily News [email protected] Plans for a proposed cultural center at the Hill County Fairgrounds are moving forward once more. The concept has evolved from a visitor center into a facility with a primary focus of...

 

Write your own health care directive right now

In a recent poll at Cheapskatemonthly.com I asked readers a question: "Have you signed a 'health directive' expressing your wishes regarding heroic measures you do or do not want to be given to you?" Of more than 1,000 respondents, merely 22 percent... Full story

 

Local project targets domestic violence

and Havre Public Schools In the United States, 14 states were chosen to implement an exciting, forward-looking program dealing with domestic abuse - the DELTA Project. Montana was one of those select few. Only five cities in Montana were selected to... Full story

 

Special Olympics

There were big smiles and loud cheers from the onlookers when Great Northern Area Special Olympics athlete Eallen Sargent took to the winner's circle to receive awards for his performance in the day's events. Sargent, who was quiet most of the day, r...

 

Pony boys sweep Great Falls teams; HHS girls split

Ryan Divish Havre Daily News Sports Editor [email protected] For Havre teams in any sport, the chance to knock off a Class AA opponent, particularly one from Great Falls, is one the Ponies will always take. The Havre High boys tennis team... Full story

 

Rustler track teams sweep Ponies convincingly in dual action

Ryan Divish Havre Daily News Sports Editor [email protected] The scores may not indicate it, but Tuesday was a pretty good day for the Havre High track teams. The Pony boys and girls were both soundly defeated by Class AA CMR in dual action...

 

Cold weather mars opening of men's league

The weather didn't really cooperate like most had hoped. But the first week of men's league golf is in the books none the less. Here's a look back at the opening week of golf action at Beaver Creek Golf Course. On last Tuesday night, three teams...

 

DONALD BARTHEL obituary

Donald M. "Donnie" Barthel, 70, of Glendive died Saturday, April 23, 2005, at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, Okla. A Vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Glendive. A... Full story

 

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