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Articles from the November 1, 2013 edition

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 By Daniel Horton    Sports    November 1, 2013

Blue Ponies, Cowboys meet again

It has been almost two months since the Class A meeting between the Havre High and Miles City football teams in Havre. Being a nonconference matchup, the week two-game didn't put too much on the line... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    November 1, 2013

Lights ready to brighten the night

If ever there were two good football teams in desperate need of a win, it would be the Montana State University-Northern Lights and the Montana Tech Orediggers. And one of them is going to get that... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    November 1, 2013

Throwback night in the Armory

Once upon a time, the Northern Montana College Lights had a great rivalry with not one, but two basketball teams in Billings. And while the rivalry between Montana State University-Northern and Rocky... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    November 1, 2013

It's now or never for Hawks, Knights

For the two area high school football teams making the trek east for the first round of the Montana high school football playoffs this weekend, it's all about redemption. For the Chester/J-I Hawks... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    November 1, 2013

Game Day Feature: Northern brought them together

Sometimes the words fate or destiny might be overused or even overly dramatic. But sometimes, that same description might be the only way to describe a positive situation that just comes together at... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    November 1, 2013

Skylights sweep Bulldogs to remain perfect in Frontier

If the UM-Western Bulldogs were a road test for the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team, then the Skylights passed with flying colors. Thursday night in Dillon, the Skylights romped to... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    November 1, 2013

Northern women hit the road

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team has been able to enjoy a nice start at home. And while the Skylights certainly got a stern, season-opening test from both the University... Full story

 
 By Daniel Horton    Sports    November 1, 2013

HHS spikers finish in Lewistown

A win or a loss this weekend won't budge the conference standings for or against the Havre High volleyball team, but the Blue Ponies would love nothing more than to end the regular season with some... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    November 1, 2013

Cats, Griz on the road

For the second straight week, the Montana Grizzlies and Montana State Bobcats are coming off two very different games, and their upcoming opponents are very different as well. The No. 5 Bobcats (4-0,... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 1, 2013

Local treatment courts expanding

Local drug and driving under the influence courts are continuing and expanding in Hill County, with the U.S. Department of Justice awarding the county a three-year $349,923 grant to set up a dedicated drug court. Hill Count Justice of the Peace... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    November 1, 2013

Meth biggest drug problem on Hi-Line, task force says

The Tri-Agency Safe Trails Task Force has been helping the fight against drugs in Hill County and in the surrounding areas and reservations since 1988. The force holds investigations in Liberty, Hill, Phillips and Blaine counties, as well as Rocky... Full story

 
 By Fish Wildlife and Parks    Local    November 1, 2013

Blaine County elk poaching reported, reward offered

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are seeking information from the public about the illegal killing of a bull elk in southern Blaine County. FWP Warden Dirk Paulsen of Chinook said the elk was shot and killed sometime between Oct. 24-27 on... Full story

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    November 1, 2013

Tester: Thinks tone of Congress may have changed

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said Thursday that he believes Congress will be able to keep the government running and again raise the nation’s debt ceiling when the deadlines set last month come up in January and February. “I think it will,” he... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    November 1, 2013

Malls of Havre host trick-or-treaters

Ninja turtles, princesses, ghouls and more were seen lining up for candy at the Atrium and Holiday Village malls Thursday for Halloween. The malls provided a clean, well-lighted place for children... Full story

 
 Local    November 1, 2013

For the Record, November 1, 2013

Havre Police Department A 39-year-old Havre woman was issued a summons for failure to stop for a school bus after officers responded to an 8:28 a.m. Thursday call at the police department. ——— A 24-year-old North Dakota woman was arrested on ou... Full story

 
 Obituaries    November 1, 2013

Mildred Kampf Bailey

Mildred Kampf Bailey of North St. Paul, Minn., passed away peacefully with loving family by her side, Oct. 28, 2013, at the Maplewood Care Center, as the result of a lengthy, courageous battle with mu... Full story

 
 By Pam Burke    Opinion    November 1, 2013

'Tis the spirit of the season

By the time you read this, Halloween will be over, and, for the 25th year in a row, I will have had no trick-or-treaters and I will have had to eat all the candy myself, thus making Halloween the best... Full story

 
 Opinion    November 1, 2013

Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, November 1, 2013

Laurel — The Highway 2 Association will hold its annual meeting at the Duck Inn Friday, Nov. 8. The group has been actively pushing for construction of a four-lane highway across Montana for some time now. The group is sometimes a thorn in the... Full story

 
 By Henry Kriegel    Opinion    November 1, 2013

Bigger issues than who shut down Yellowstone

Recently, I had a spirited Facebook conversation with a friend who was upset about the government shutdown. He was not happy that Yellowstone and Yosemite parks were closed because it was hurting his vacation property rental business. And like... Full story

 
 By Emily Mayer    Local    November 1, 2013

Havre shopping, new sidewalks and a new stable

In continuing this series celebrating Havre's 120th anniversary of incorporation, we visit the year 1898. The Oct. 28 issue of The Milk River Eagle had mostly political articles on the front page.... Full story

 
 By John Paul Schmidt    Local    November 1, 2013

Chinook native teaches classical ballet to Havre youth

Patrick Campbell, the owner of the Montana Academy of Dance, teaches Havre's youth and enthusiasts the art of ballet, jazz and tap. The academy is located on the top floor of the Atrium Mall and... Full story

 
 State News    November 1, 2013

Yellowstone treasurer uses racial epithet in email

BILLING (AP) — A Yellowstone County employee says his use of slurs in an email expressing his disbelief that President Barack Obama was re-elected is no reason for him to resign. County Treasurer Max Lenington said he won't resign over what he... Full story

 
 By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press    State News    November 1, 2013

Attorneys: Man unfit for trial in Sherry Arnold murder case

BILLINGS (AP) — Attorneys for a Colorado man charged with killing an eastern Montana teacher filed court papers Friday saying his mental disabilities render him unfit to stand trial in a case that could carry the death penalty. Defense attorneys... Full story

 
 State News    November 1, 2013

FBI seeking suspect in Baker child molestation

HELENA (AP) - The FBI and law enforcement officers in eastern Montana are asking for the public's help in locating a man suspected of molesting a 5-year-old girl in Baker. The man has been known to... Full story

 
 By George Ferguson    Breaking News    November 1, 2013

Lights take the sting out of Yellowjackets

It was a historic night in the Armory Gymnasium, with former Frontier Conference power Montana State-Billings returning to Havre for the first time since 1996. But the Lights weren't a very welcoming... Full story

 

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