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Articles from the September 5, 2013 edition

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 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 5, 2013

Volunteers looking to help with flood mold

A member of a volunteer organization is on the Hi-Line this week, looking at damage from this year’s flooding to see if that organization can help. Dan Stewart of the Southern Baptist Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters was looking at mold... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    September 5, 2013

Holistic healing advocate to speak in Havre

A Montana resident known around the world for his teachings of alternative healing techniques and philosophies is giving a seminar in Havre. The seminar, called “Energy Balancing,” is “a... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    September 5, 2013

Festival Days barbecue set to cook again

People again have the chance to show off their cooking skills while helping a good cause during Festival Days, with the second Smokin’ Barbecue competition set to run Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Holi... Full story

 
 By John Kelleher    Local    September 5, 2013

'Winter in the Blood' plans October Hi-Line showing

"Winter In the Blood," the movie made from James Welch's novel of the same name, will probably be shown in Havre sometime in October. The movie was filmed on the Hi-Line, mostly in Havre, Chinook and Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Chaske Spencer,... Full story

 
 By Matthew Brown    State News    September 5, 2013

Billings rapist given only 30 days could face more prison time

BILLINGS — A former Billings high school teacher sent to prison for 30 days over the rape of one of his students could face more time behind bars after prosecutors appealed the case to the state... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    September 5, 2013

Two teens taken to hospital after rollover

Two 17-year-olds were injured when the 1995 Buick Skylark they were in rolled over on 24th Avenue East around 1:10 p.m. Wednesday. Both teenagers were taken to Northern Montana Hospital. The girl was from Kremlin and the boy from Havre. The girl was... Full story

 
 Local    September 5, 2013

For the Record, September 5, 2013

Havre Police Department A 56-year-old Havre man was issued a summons for disorderly conduct after officers responded to a 8:22 a.m. Wednesday complaint about a neighbor from 5th Street. ——— Officers investigated a 11:55 a.m. Wednesday... Full story

 
 By Havre Area Chamber of Commerce    Local    September 5, 2013

Festival Days mugs on sale throughout town

The 2013 commemorative Festival Days mugs are on sale. Mugs sell for $6 at Murphy’s Pub, Dairy Queen, PJ’s, 15 West, McLean’s Grocery, Yummy Yogurt, Boxcars, the Golden Spike, Crystal City... Full story

 
 Opinion    September 5, 2013

Our View: No one will have faith in Judge Baugh's decisions

It’s time for Billings District Judge G. Todd Baugh to step down from the case of a former Billings High School teacher he sentenced to 30 days in prison for raping a 14-year-old girl, who later committed suicide. The whole event has become a... Full story

 
 By Sondra Ashton    Opinion    September 5, 2013

Woman on the move, full-blown panic attack

Storm alert: All points bulletin. High anxiety winds precipitate storm of indeterminate velocity and duration. Woman in full state of panic attack. Coordinates unknown. Situation critical. Last seen... Full story

 
 By Ron de Yong    Opinion    September 5, 2013

Dividing Farm Bill harms middle class, rural America

Recently the U.S. House of Representatives passed Farm Bill legislation that removed the nutrition component that provides food for children, seniors, the disabled and others in need. If your intention were to eliminate or drastically reduce food... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    September 5, 2013

Pony harriers embark on a new journey

With every other sport already getting underway this summer, the Havre High cross country program is a late arrival, but despite being a week behind most programs, the Blue Ponies are still excited... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    September 5, 2013

Frontier Notebook: It's Northern/Carroll rivalry week already

Week one is in the books in the Frontier Conference, and for some, even week two, but for every Frontier team, this week, it’s really time to get down to business. In the marquee matchup of the seco... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    September 5, 2013

Big Central A road trip for Blue Pony spikers

After opening the season with just one match against the Browning Indians, the Havre High volleyball program sprints into week two of the season. Starting the season with a 1-0 overall, and conference... Full story

 
 Breaking News    September 5, 2013

Teen charged with rape jumps over court railing

GREAT FALLS (AP) — A 16-year-old Great Falls boy who had reached a plea agreement in the rape of an 11-year-old girl jumped from the third floor of the Cascade County Courthouse, landing on the tile of the second floor. Great Falls Police Capt.... Full story

 
 By MATT GOURAS Associated Press    State News    September 5, 2013

PSC revising utility executive pay rule

HELENA (AP) — The Public Service Commission is moving forward with plans to change its rule requiring disclosure of salaries for top utility executives. The commission decided Thursday to start work on a draft rule that allows utilities to ask... Full story

 
 State News    September 5, 2013

Supreme Court upholds $730K judgment in burnout

MISSOULA (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a $730,000 judgment against the state after a burnout meant to eliminate fuel available to a fire near Drummond in 2000 charred privately owned ranchland. Fred, Joan and Vicki Weaver sued the Mon... Full story

 
 State News    September 5, 2013

1st human case of West Nile in Montana this year

HELENA (AP) — State health officials say the first human case of West Nile Virus for this year has been reported in Yellowstone County. RiverStone Health and the Department of Public Health and Human Services say the woman in her 50s was diagnosed... Full story

 
 State News    September 5, 2013

Defendant seeks to block resentencing in rape case

BILLINGS (AP) — The defense attorney for a former Montana teacher convicted of raping one of his students wants a Friday resentencing hearing cancelled. Attorney Jay Lansing said in a court brief filed Thursday that only the Supreme Court can... Full story