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Pony spikers at home for the final time

Havreites indicted on meth charges

A case against a woman who fled an Anaconda hospital in June after being accused of giving birth while on methamphetamine has expanded. Michelle Renee Yallup, 30, of Butte, is now one of 17 charged with taking part in a massive meth trafficking... Full story

Sunchild's guilty plea rescheduled

Bruce Harold Sunchild’s change of plea hearing has been reset for Oct. 30. Sunchild was chair of the Chippewa Cree Tribe’s Business Committee in 2011 and was later charged with theft from an Indian tribal organization and accepting bribes. He... Full story


Monte and Dawn Fauque of Shelby, Montana, announce the engagement of their daughter, Fallon Rae Fauque, to Richard Isaac Melby, son of Dennis and Paula Melby of Kremlin, Montana. The bride-to-be is...

Out Our Way: The tandem bike

And Joseph said to his brothers who had sold him into slavery in Egypt “Even though you intended to do harm to me, God intended it for good … ” — Genesis 50:20 Out our way, one of the first lessons you learn when working horses is that...

Activities abound at the library

By Francine Brady and Rachel Rawn Havre-Hill County Library A chill is in the air. At this ghostly, beastly time of year, you may want to read some of these spooky tales. “It” by Stephen King is a story that preys on your childhood fears....

Obituary - Ume Mae Johnson

On the evening of Oct. 16, 2014, God called his angel from Omak, Washington, home to his side. Ume Mae Johnson passed quietly and unobtrusively in her sleep of natural causes, leaving without a fuss, ... Full story

Obituary - Duane S. Sargent

Duane S. Sargent was born Oct. 8, 1935, in a country home south of Chinook, Montana, to Charles L. Sargent and Stella L. Hall Sargent. He passed away Friday, Oct. 17 ­- nine days after his 79th...

Pony spikers at home for the final time

This weekend is going to be an important one for the Havre High volleyball team, and it’s not just because the Blue Ponies are set to play their final home matches of the season. HHS has a pair of... Full story

All In: Ponies aim to clinch tonight

The goal of every high school football team is to get into the playoffs. And despite struggling at times this season, the Havre Blue Ponies are just one win away from doing just that, getting back to ... Full story

Lights ready to go after Maroon/Gold Dual

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team will enter the 2014-15 season as the No. 5 team in the country. The Lights come into the new season fresh off back-to-back third-place finishes at ... Full story

Lights want more at Eastern Oregon

Last Saturday was a watershed moment for the Montana State University-Northern Lights. But they certainly don’t want their thrilling 37-34 win over Montana Tech at Blue Pony Stadium to be their...

Skylights face Frontier powers on the road

The Montana State University-Northern volleyball team was trying for a fresh start last weekend at home. And while the Skylights played much, much better, they still came away from their latest home...

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels

Laurel The Montana educators, at their annual conference, have given Havre Public Schools an award for technology, innovation and infrastructure. The award was one of two such prizes handed out at the conference last week. The award is...

View from the North 40:

Americans, like humans everywhere, love holiday traditions, and a college town in New Hampshire has started a new Halloween tradition to rival any All Hallow’s Eve custom as college students and unwitting townsfolk rioted the Samhain out of the... Full story

Community Events Calendar

Friday, Oct. 24 "On Borrowed Time," a MAT production, will be showing at 8 p.m. at MSU-Northern Little Theatre, with doors and lounge open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and seniors and Northern students get in free with... Full story

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