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Articles from the August 18, 2014 edition

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 By George Ferguson    Sports    August 18, 2014

Teeing off: Ponies hit the course

For some, the golf season is starting to wind down. But for golfers on the Havre Blue Pony golf team, things are just starting to get interesting. With just three days of practice in the books, the... Full story

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    August 18, 2014

Lights take the next step with solid first scrum

With the season-opening game against Montana Tech just around the corner, the Montana State University-Northern Lights football team took part in its first live scrimmage of the season Saturday at... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher and John Paul Schmidt    Local    August 18, 2014

Klan leaflets infuriate Havre

Toni The Boy walked on to her front lawn on Havre's east side Saturday to find what she thought was a piece of trash - a plastic ziplock bag with a paper inside. She threw it out. Then she found a... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 18, 2014

Huston signs plea agreement

One day after a hearing in which Shad Huston withdrew his offer to change his plea in a Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation embezzlement case, he signed a plea agreement offering to plead guilty to theft from an Indian tribal organization. Thursday... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 18, 2014

Region celebrates Bullhook opening

Rain drove the event inside Friday but didn't dampen the spirits of well more-than 100 people gathered to celebrate the opening of Havre's newest medical facility. The grand opening of Bullhook...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    August 18, 2014

Tester slams D.C. politics

In an interview Friday, Montana’s senior U.S. senator, Democrat Jon Tester, said partisanship still is clogging the hallways in the nation’s capital. “It’s not good. It hasn’t been good for a while,” Tester said. “I put it on the...

 
 Obituaries    August 18, 2014

Millicent M. Kihara

Millicent M. Kihara, a longtime resident of Boise and Pocatello, Idaho, passed away on Wednesday Aug. 6, 2014. Millicent was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on March 2, 1925. Millicent received her cachelor’s degree in education at the University... Full story

 
 Obituaries    August 18, 2014

James and Ellen Kaluza

Born in Havre, Montana, in 1921, James E. Kaluza, age 93 and his wife Ellen Kaluza, age 93, passed away this year, five months apart. They have been living in Fresno, California, for the past 40... Full story

 
 Local    August 18, 2014

For the Record: Aug. 18, 2014

Havre Police Department Officers investigated a 7:29 a.m. Friday call from McKinley Avenue about someone hitting the calling party’s mailbox. ——— Officers investigated a 10:12 a.m. Friday complaint at the police station about the calling... Full story

 
 Opinion    August 18, 2014

Our View: Klan should crawl back under their rocks

Leaflets extolling the virtues of the United Klans of America landed on front lawns — and, in some cases, appropriately in the gutters — throughout Havre this weekend. “You can sleep well tonight knowing the UKA is awake,” the leaflet... Full story

 
 By Bob Petrino    Opinion    August 18, 2014

Samson didn't deserve such poor treatment at Northern

Mark Samson is a sound football coach and a man of great integrity, a man who always gets along with his players. I can say this because he coached for me when we were winning Frontier Conference championships at Carroll College. In my opinion, he... Full story

 
 By KC York    Opinion    August 18, 2014

FWP wolf stamp plan worthy of support

Montana Fish Wildlife and Park's proposed Wolf Stamp hearing on Aug. 14 was well attended. No matter the stamp name, all wildlife will benefit from education, habitat acquisition, increased game wardens and nonlethal measures to address conflicts... Full story