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Articles from the April 8, 2014 edition

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 By George Ferguson    Sports    April 8, 2014

Cal Wearly meet set for Wednesday

The high school track and field season is already underway. But for local fans of the sport, this week marks the beginning of all the fun. Wednesday morning, the annual Cal Wearly Invitational will... Full story

 
 Sports    April 8, 2014

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Jerod Boles, Havre High Tennis The Havre High boys tennis team is off to a strong start. And so, too, is sophomore singles player Jerod Boles. At Saturday’s Conrad Invitational Duals, Boles went a p... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    April 8, 2014

Standoff ends, gunman dead

The standoff at the US Bank building in Havre between multiple law agencies and a man threatening to shoot himself ended after nearly 21 hours with the armed man's death. The shot was fired at 7:42... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    April 8, 2014

Council OKs new funeral home

City Council Monday night unanimously approved a zoning change that opens the way for a new funeral home at 310 South Dell. Council members unanimously voted in favor of the zoning change after listening to the public comment section of the meeting....

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 8, 2014

Downtown Havre returns to normal

Havre again is returning to normal after a 24-hour shutdown that ended in the death of a gunman on downtown 1st Street. U.S. Highway 2, which is 1st Street as it runs through Havre, was blocked off... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 8, 2014

Man sentenced to 5 years for molesting middle school girl

A Havre man was sentenced to five years in state custody for molesting a middle-school aged girl, to run along a suspended sentence in another case. Isaac A. Chapa, born in 1993, was charge with sexual assault and sexual intercourse without consent...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    April 8, 2014

Board approves Beaver Creek Park changes

In a lengthy meeting sometimes including somewhat heated discussions, the Hill County Park board Monday in Havre approved changes to the Beaver Creek Park cabin lease site agreements. Board member Robbie Lucke again presented recommendations of a com...

 
 Opinion    April 8, 2014

Our View: Protecting lives trumps rash action

Monday’s 21-hour police standoff with an armed man got a lot of attention in Havre and across the state. More than 40,000 people viewed the online version of the story over the course of the day, and about 300 people shared the story on Facebook.... Full story

 
 By Travis Kavulla    Opinion    April 8, 2014

Make your voice heard on NorthWestern Energy purchase

Want to make your voice heard on a deal which, if approved, will affect your power bill for a generation to come? The Public Service Commission is holding 19 public meetings throughout the State of... Full story

 
 By Travis Kavulla    Opinion    April 8, 2014

Let your voice be heard on NorthWestern plan

Want to make your voice heard on a deal which, if approved, will affect your power bill for a generation to come? The Public Service Commission is holding 19 public meetings throughout Montana to take... Full story