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Interim chancellor shares vision

FWP game warden detained 5 1/2 hours

A Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden was detained by Fort Belknap Indian Reservation law enforcement for five-and-a-half hours Saturday, 12 miles west of Hays. The incident did not occur on tribal lands, but tribal officers maintained that the... Full story

For the Record, September 16, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 7:58 a.m. Monday call from Havre Middle School about found drug paraphernalia. —— Officers investigated a 10:26 a.m. Monday call from 3rd Street about a bike that had been left in the alley for... Full story

Interim chancellor shares vision

Montana State University-Northern Interim Chancellor Greg Kegel has amassed more than 40 years at the institution. Kegel said what he wants for Northern's future is for the university's faculty,... Full story

High-speed chase leads to drug charges

A Great Falls man is in state District Court in Havre after a high-speed chase ended with a drug task force searching his vehicle. Andrew S. Ketchum, born in 1988, is scheduled to make his first court appearance Oct. 6 on two felony counts of drug...

City to collect $4,800 for mowing lawns

The city of Havre will collect $4,800 today from property owners who failed to keep their property trim this summer. The money will be assessed on property owners who failed to keep their lawns mowed. City codes authorize the city government to mow... Full story

Hi-Line Football Roundup: Knights get past Bears in a shootout

In the North Division of Class C Six-Man football, every game is a conference game, and if a team wants to qualify for the six-man playoffs, then every game is a must win. Last Saturday in Box Elder, ... Full story

Northern rodeo proves tough and entertaining

For most of the season, the Montana State University-Northern rodeo team will be on the road. Yet, this past weekend, the Lights and Skylights got to enjoy some home cooking. In a three-day event... Full story

Four Frontier teams in NAIA Top 25

It’s becoming obvious that the Frontier Conference is the deepest league in all of NAIA football. And the first NAIA Coaches Poll of 2014 reflects that. The first regular season poll was released...

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Hannah Weber, Chinook Volleyball The Chinook Sugarbeeters are off to a really good start on the volleyball court this season. And so is senior Hannah Weber. Already an All-Conference performer a year ... Full story

Hi-Line Volleyball Roundup: Chinook rolls, Harlem wins 2B rivalry match

In the first few weeks of the prep volleyball season teams are just getting their feet wet. Preseason tournaments give teams a chance to get the new season started without the pressures of conference ...

Letters to the Editor: Havre Pride is a community effort

Editor: Fall is a great time to take another look at our community and do some needed fall “housecleaning.” A clean community shows pride and is more inviting than a community with dirty sidewalks, weeds growing through the cracks and borrow... Full story

Tester calls on colleagues to keep government running

Montana’s U.S. Sen. Jon Tester said in a press conference Monday that his colleagues in Congress need to put politics aside and pass a resolution to keep the government operating, and not repeat the 16-day government shutdown of last year. “The...

Community Events Calendar

Tuesday, Sept. 16 “Dueling Pianos-Vegas Style,” sponsored by the Associated Students of MSU-Northern, is is set for 7 p.m. in the Northern SUB Ballroom. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students in the community, and free to Northern... Full story