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Articles from the December 18, 2013 edition

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Healthy Bison get their revenge

A dominating start to the season had the Havre High wrestling team rolling through the schedule in the first two weeks of action. But the Class AA Great Falls High Bison gave the Blue Ponies their... Full story


Ice Hawks pick up a pair of road victories

The Havre Ice Hawks opened the season with one win two weeks ago, then dropped four straight. But Havre was back on the ice again on last Saturday, and returned to the win column. Last Saturday, the... Full story


Local Bowling Report: Mariani rolls a 300

For the second time in the last three weeks, the Monday Night Straightaway League has yielded a 300-game, this time it was the scene of a 804 series, both belonging to Havre's Shawn Mariani. It was his seventh 300-game but his first 800 series,... Full story


Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Thursday High School Basketball Turner boys vs Havre frosh Turner girls vs Havre frosh Harlem girls vs Rocky Boy Harlem boys vs Rocky Boy North Star girls at Big Sandy, 6 p.m. North Star boys at Big Sandy, 7:30 C/J-I girls at Simms, 6 p.m. C/J-I... Full story


Havre's a great community, Hendrickson family says

To say we are blessed to be part of the community of Havre is an understatement. Since Dylan was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in December 2012, we have experienced a variety of gifts — prayer, encouraging words and financial support. The... Full story


Robert D. Holman

Robert D. Holman, 85, a retired rancher, passed away in his family home on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, due to natural causes. Funeral Mass will be held Friday, Dec. 20, 2013, at 11 a.m. in St.... Full story


For the Record, December 18, 2013

Havre Police Department Officers responded to a 2:58 p.m. Tuesday call from the Northern Montana Hospital about a man that needed removing. ——— A two-vehicle, noninjury crash was investigated after officers received a 3:31 p.m. Tuesday call... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 18, 2013

Consortium zeroes in on health issues

A plan to address three top priorities in improving health in Hill County took another step forward Tuesday. A consultant says he expects plans of action to be set by February and those actions to... Full story


St. Pierre to be installed at Stone Child

Nathaniel St. Pierre will be installed as Stone Child College president at 11 a.m. Friday. The ceremonies will take place in Little Bear Gymnasium. There will be music, a formal procession of faculty members into the gym, a guest speaker will... Full story


Community Christmas Dinner: New management, same old spirit

There will be a change of management for the annual Havre Community Christmas Dinner this year. The Bergren family will retire after running the event for a decade. The Bergrens took up the work... Full story

 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 18, 2013

Volunteers sought for community crisis line

With a proposal in place to expand a domestic abuse crisis line to a community-wide general crisis hotline, the volunteer coordinator for District 4 Human Resources Development Council is looking for more people to staff the line. In a meeting held... Full story


Quick Pic: Christmas makes them smile

Highland Park Early Primary students sing "Christmas makes me smile" during Wednesday morning's Christmas Program for Mrs. Sather and Mrs. Bakke's classes.... Full story


Schweitzer says he can connect with Iowa voters

DES MOINES, Iowa — Former Democratic Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer isn't saying if he'll run for president in 2016. But if he does, he thinks he can connect with voters in Iowa. Schweitzer, who served as governor from 2005 through early 2013, w... Full story


Montana rancher finds missing horse sculptures

BOZEMAN AP) — Three life-sized horse sculptures rustled from a herd of 39 displayed on a hillside in southwestern Montana have turned up on a nearby ranch with only minor damage. Broadwater County Deputy Brandon Harris tells the Bozeman Daily... Full story


Idaho wildlife advocate pleads guilty to poaching

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — An outspoken critic of Idaho's phosphate industry and its deadly impact on some animals has pleaded guilty to poaching two elk. Marv Hoyt, Idaho director of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, will leave his job after... Full story


Officials: Baucus to be named ambassador to China

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama intends to nominate Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., as ambassador to China, Democratic officials said Wednesday, turning to a lawmaker well-versed in trade issues to fill one of the nation's most important diploma... Full story


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