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 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 5, 2013

Med-flight firm, hospital spar over service

Representatives of a company trying to set up a locally based medical transportation service say they can’t understand why Havre’s hospital is not calling them to transport patients to other...

 

Powwow brings energy to the crowd

The annual Rocky Boy powwow kicked off with an energetic Grand Entry Friday. Many people filled the stands around the circular grass arena to wait for the first Grand Entry, which was delayed over an...

 

Library's summer Reading Program winds down

Rachael Rawn Havre-Hill County Public Library As the Havre-Hill County Library wraps up the yearly Summer Reading Program, we always feel a little pang of longing. Fall is just around the corner; soon school will start, and the library will be a...

 

Frontier Conference Preview: As always, Frontier has great receivers

There’s no doubt the Frontier Conference is flush with great quarterbacks. That’s already been established. And there’s no question the offensive lines assigned to protect those great QBs will p...

 

Frontier Conference Football Preview: Tight ends still play a key role

The more college football teams advance and adapt the modern-day spread-option offense, it seems the less the tight end position is heard from. And though most tight ends in the college game aren’t...

 

Jerome Smith

Jerome “Jerry” Smith, 70, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013, at Benefis Medical Center in Great Falls of natural causes. Cremation has taken place, and memorial services will be held at 2...

 

Melody Ann Coghill

On Aug. 1 2013, Melody Ann Coghill of Montana went to be with her dad. Melody was loved by many. She had a never-ending spirit that was contagious. She had a gypsy soul. She loved to sing and dance while she cooked for her friends and family. Her...

 
 By Bob Brown    Opinion    August 5, 2013

Foes find common ground on Montana's resources

Last month, Chuck Roady, vice president and general manager of F.H. Stoltz Land and Lumber Co., a family-owned sawmill that has been operating in northwest Montana for more than 100 years, traveled...

 

Feds probe $9M Blackfeet children's program

HELENA — A federal investigation is underway into allegations of mismanagement and misspending by the managers of a now-defunct Blackfeet tribal program for troubled youth that received $9.6 million in federal grants over six years. The...

 

Margaret E. "Donia" Corcoran Peterson

Margaret E. “Donia” Corcoran Peterson, 66, of Great Falls, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, at Peace Hospice due to cancer.  Wake services will begin at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013, at...

 

Betty Lee Babcock, backer of Montana Constitution, dies

HELENA (AP) — Betty Babcock, a backer of the 1972 push to modernize Montana's constitution and the wife of former Montana Gov. Tim Babcock, died in Helena on Sunday. She was 91. Babcock also served as a Republican in the Montana House. Montana Repu...

 

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