Articles from the November 22, 2013 edition

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Twice as nice: Lights sweep home duals

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team is off to a strong start in 2013. But one thing the Lights had yet to do was wrestle at home. However, on Thursday night, Northern took full... Full story


2013 Brawl of the Wild: Cats meet Griz for the 113th time

When it comes to the annual Cat-Griz game, if history has taught us anything, records, rankings and home field advantage might as well be thrown out the window. In fact, the home team hasn’t won a... Full story


Game Day Feature: McGhee already a legacy at MSU

Five years ago, Montana State’s legacy at quarterback had but one name above all the others and that name was Travis Lulay. After all, Lulay led the Bobcats to three wins in four years against... Full story


Game Day Feature: Johnson's return fueled Grizzlies

When Jordan Johnson ran out of the Washington-Grizzly Stadium tunnel for the Montana Grizzlies’ season-opening game with Appalachian State back on Aug. 31, it was a moment to remember. But throughou... Full story


Lights visit MSU-B, Jamestown

It’s bounce back time for the Montana State University-Northern basketball team. But rebounding from two tough losses last weekend in Arizona won’t be easy because the Lights are right back on the... Full story


MSU-N's Cummings to be honored at annual Cat-Griz football game

The Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team has the weekend off, but Saturday will be a big day for Northern junior point guard Taylor Cummings. Cummings, a graduate of Belt High... Full story


Transit to start in-city bus route

Beginning Monday, Dec. 2, buses will run through the city of Havre to provide residents and Havre neighbors a safe, warm ride through the city in the upcoming winter months. North Central Montana Tran... Full story


Havre woman steps forward to claim $2 million prize

Shannon Heggem of Havre bought a winning lottery ticket Aug. 31 and has finally come forward to claim her $2 million prize. Montana Lottery Headquarters in Helena sent out a press release Thursday naming Heggem as biggest lottery winner in Montana... Full story


Ballot measure proposed to expand Mont. Medicaid

HELENA (AP) — Advocates for Medicaid expansion gave state officials proposed language Thursday for a ballot initiative to put the question to voters. Backers of the plan have been promising the measure since the Legislature earlier this year... Full story


Northern pays second-lowest average salary in nation

Montana State University-Northern offers the second-lowest faculty wage of all the colleges in the United States in its category. According to data from the National Education Association, in the 2011-2012 school year, Northern was beaten out only... Full story


Montana ranchers pay it forward

Rene Brown, a co-organizer of Montana Ranchers Paying it Forward, closes a gate after a donated cow was unloaded and herded into a holding pen at JS Livestock. Brown and Alisha Burcham, both of... Full story


For the Record, November 22, 2013

Editor's Note: The Havre Daily News will now be listing names from incidents in listed in law enforcement call logs. All cases listed will be tracked through the Havre and Hill County court systems. Havre Police Department Officers investigated a... Full story

 By Pam Burke    Opinion    November 22, 2013

The vengeful gods of comeuppance

Comeuppance. Such a sweet and silly sounding word. It sounds British: “How lovely to see you, my dear! You simply must swing by the cottage tomorrow afternoon for some comeuppance and tea.” “That sounds brilliant. I shall bring some just... Full story


Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, November 22, 2013

Laurel — Lots of area people will help out Thursday at the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner at St. Jude Parish Hall. Volunteers, headed by Debi Rhines, put on a full-fledged Thanksgiving meal for several hundred people of all walks of life who... Full story


Made by hand

Mike Ley came to Montana with a backpack and a hitchhiker's thumb 37 years ago after falling in love with the land. Since then, six of his log cabins have been placed throughout the area. Ley said he... Full story

 By Emily Mayer    Local    November 22, 2013

Havre of the Past: Rolling in the snow, celebrating Christmas

For this 46th installment celebrating Havre's 120th anniversary of incorporation, we turn to the Nov. 23, 1893 issue of The Havre Advertiser. As always, the best local news was found in the social pag... Full story


Maryanna Kurtz

Maryanna Kurtz, born April 13, 1935, died July 9, 2013. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend to many. A celebration of Maryanna's life will be on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, 6 p.m. at... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 22, 2013

Weekend News: United Way holds raffle at Gary & Leo's Saturday

United Way of Hill County, in the midst of its annual fund drive, is holding a special event Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Gary & Leo’s Fresh Foods. The organization, which helps fund 12 agencies and organizations in Hill County ranging from... Full story


Meeting about tribal land ends with slur

HAMILTON (AP) — A meeting between Ravalli County and tribal leaders over a plan to place a sacred site in a federal trust took a contentious turn when a county official repeated a slur derogatory toward American Indians. Confederated Salish and... Full story


Griz best Bobcats in 113th Brawl of the Wild

The Montana Grizzlies scored three times in the second half to break open what was a 7-7 game at intermission in the 113th Brawl of the Wild Saturday in Bozeman. The No. 5 Grizzlies beat the No. 13... Full story


Feds, tribes reach deal on Fort Belknap water

HELENA — Environmental regulators have asked a judge to approve an agreement with Fort Belknap Indian Reservation officials to fix years of "chronic violations" in how the reservation's water supply is treated and monitored. The U.S. Department of... Full story


Baucus forges ahead with tax proposals

HELENA . (AP) — U.S. Sen. Max Baucus is forging ahead with his aggressive plan to rewrite the nation's tax code in the next year, confident he can find common ground amid the intense partisanship stalling budget debates in Washington, D.C. Last... Full story


Rocky Boy teen to be highlighted on MontanaPBS show

Stone Child College student Chontay Standing Rock will be featured in a segment on Backroads of Montana at 6 p.m. Sunday on MontanaPBS. The segment is entitled “Hook, Line and Singer.” Standing Rock puts his own spin on traditional Native music b... Full story


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