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Articles from the November 20, 2013 edition

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George Ferguson Column: Cats, Griz lucky to have each other

It’s that time. It’s time for Montana to once again divide, and I’m not talking the Continental Divide either. No, it’s time for all the love to be thrown out the window as Montana and... Full story


Winter sports season about to get started

For 10 high school football teams, the fall sports season isn’t quite over. But while those 10 teams are gearing for this weekend’s state championship games, other athletes across Montana, and on... Full story


Elks Hoop Shoot set for Sunday

The Havre Elks Lodge Annual Hoop Shoot is coming to the Havre Central Gym Sunday. The annual free-throw contest will start at 2 p.m. with registration taking place at 1:30 p.m. The hoop shoot is open... Full story


Limbaugh addresses concerns; makes announcements at open forum

Chancellor James Limbaugh met with faculty and staff of Montana State University-Northern Tuesday to address their concerns, give good news and explain the current status of the university at an open... Full story


Our View: This should be the last annexation delay

Havre City Council has delayed for another year annexing property to the west of the existing city limits. Yet another petition has thrown up yet another roadblock in annexing the area that includes Holiday Village Mall and several other businesses.... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 20, 2013

Giveaway House dispute resolved

A Havre attorney said this morning he will be filing paperwork in state District Court listing the resolution of a months-long dispute over who had authority over a decades-old Havre charity. Stephen Brown said the two sides in a lawsuit about... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 20, 2013

Vincent appointed to health panel

The Hill County sanitarian’s oversight on health issues soon will be spreading far beyond the borders of the county. Hill County Sanitarian and Planner Clay Vincent was among the appointments Gov. Steve Bullock announced to his Healthier Montana... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 20, 2013

Fair board setting rodeo, working on improving carnival for 2014

The Great Northern Fair Board is moving forward with plans for the next Hill County fair, including an update on the carnival — with which many were disappointed last summer — and bringing back the local association to put on the rodeo, as well... Full story


Quick Pic: Community Orchestra

Rhonda Minnick, MSU-Northern Community Orchestra conductor, leads the group during Tuesday evening's performance at Fifth Avenue Christian Church.... Full story


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