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NEMTNews http://www.northeastmontananews.com/ Thu, 24 Apr 2014 11:11:07 GMT FeedCreator 1.8.0-dev (info@mypapit.net) Kragness To Play In Australia http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8233:kragness-to-play-in-australia&catid=137 Torey Kragness fell in love with volleyball in the fifth-grade. Since her first bump, set and spike, she decided it was a sport that she would play in college and for as long as she could. Now, her career has led her to play “down under” in Australia.
Kragness graduated from Bainville High School in May and will attend Shenandoah University in Virginia where she will play volleyball and major in athletic training and sports management. Before she heads to college, she is getting the opportunity to represent North Dakota on a volleyball team in Australia.
Although she only plays during Bainville’s volleyball season due to club teams being too far away to participate in, Kragness cannot hide her excitement to be playing one more time before she joins her college team. She will be going to Surfers Paradise, Sidney and the Great Barrier Reef while in Australia. Then, she will visit Honolulu, Hawaii, for three days after the tournament.
Kragness will be in Australia for a week with the first days on the island spent practicing with her new teammates and Australian high school teams. There is a beach tournament that she will compete in as well as a two-day gym tournament. Her team is made up of 18 girls from North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wisconsin. They will be competing against other teams of girls from all over the United States.
She was all-conference this year while playing for Bainville and was given the choice to represent Montana or North Dakota and chose North Dakota because it is her home state. Although she goes to school in Montana, she resides in Trenton, N.D. She won’t know anyone else on her team and will meet the other girls from North Dakota in Bismarck when they fly out to meet the rest of their team in Los Angeles, Calif., before continuing to Australia.
To fund her trip, Kragness wrote sponsorship letters and did t-shirt and car wash fundraisers.
She left for Bismarck June 12 and will fly out from LAX on June 14. She will arrive in Australia June 16 and return from Hawaii June 25.
Though she is a little nervous, she is mostly excited to be playing volleyball. She likes the aspect of working as a team and just playing the sport in general.
Torey Kragness fell in love with volleyball in the fifth-grade. Since her first bump, set and spike, she decided it was a sport that she would play in college and for as long as she could. Now, her career has led her to play “down under” in Australia.

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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 12 Jun 2013 20:57:54 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8233:kragness-to-play-in-australia&catid=137
Culbertson Track Team Competes At State Meet http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8226:culbertson-track-team-competes-at-state-meet&catid=137 The Culbertson track and field team has made their presence known and is not backing down anytime soon. The team sent 11 athletes to the state class C meet in Laurel this past weekend and showed that they can run with the big dogs. The team got 19 points at the state level, which gave them ninth-place in a three-way tie with Chester/Joplin/Inverness and Dodson which also scored 19 points.
David Manning came away the state champion in the shot put with a huge throw of 47 feet, 6.5 inches. Manning has been dominating at the shot put all season and went home with a well-deserved victory.
Also placing in individual events was Fabian Munoz, who took home hardware in three individual races. Munoz earned sixth place in the 800-meter with a time of 2 minutes, 3.82 seconds; fourth in the 1600m with a time of 4:34; and fifth in the 3200m with 10:21.
Munoz’s constant running partner, Chance Hyatt from Bainville School, also placed at the state meet. Hyatt got second in the 1600m with a time of 4:25.85, a mere 1.63 seconds away from first-place. Hyatt also placed second in the 3200m, finishing in 10:09.
Culbertson placed in the relay races with the team’s 400m relay getting fifth-place. The relay team of Cameron Lambert, Justin Larsen, Ben Bighorn and Shayne Cochran ran the event in 45.53. The race was a nail-biter with Culbertson being only .11 of a second away from fourth-place and only .81 away from first.
The Culbertson girls who advanced to the state competition gave it their all, but unfortunately no one placed at the state level. There is always next year for these athletes since none of the Cowgirls are graduating seniors.
As for the boys’ team, only four of the state competitors are leaving Culbertson. Ben Bighorn, Fabian Munoz, Nathan Hackley and Justin Larsen have since graduated from Culbertson High School, but will leave a long-lasting legacy with the track team and their peers.
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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 05 Jun 2013 21:42:05 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8226:culbertson-track-team-competes-at-state-meet&catid=137
House Bill 218 Vetoed, Designed To Assist Oil-Impacted Areas http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8224:house-bill-218-vetoed-designed-to-assist-oil-impacted-areas&catid=52:news-culbertsonsearchlight (Editor’s Note: This article is based on interviews with Senator Matt Rosendale and Representative Austin Knudsen and reflects their opinion on House Bill 218.)
House Bill 218 was to be a relief bill to oil- and gas-impacted areas. Its purpose was to create a funding mechanism for infrastructure projects in
oilfield-impacted areas of eastern Montana. The bill was going to provide $35 million over the next two years or set up a grant program whereby local governments could apply for grants for specific infrastructure projects such as water and sewer. Ten percent of that revenue would be reserved for emergency services like police or fire departments.
This money was only a fraction of what it will cost to provide these necessary improvements. However, by utilizing these funds and other loans, communities would be able to improve their infrastructure and accommodate the additional population and commercial activity.
However, this relief bill was vetoed by Governor Steve Bul-lock at the end of the 63rd Legislative session.
If House Bill 218 had not been vetoed, then oil- and gas- impacted towns in eastern Montana would have access to this money starting in August. There would have been $15 million put in the fund at the beginning and another $10 million added during the 2014 fiscal year and the last $10 million added during the 2015 fiscal year.
The Department of Commerce was to administer the funds and review the projects and applications from local governments to rate them based on need for infrastructure and current growth.
The veto can be overturned by a vote of two-thirds of the Legislature. However, when interviewing Sen. Rosendale and Rep. Knudsen, they commented that the odds of this happening are slim and very difficult.
Although only eight legislators of 150 voted against the bill, meaning 142 voted for it, Sen. Rosendale gave two reasons why the process of overturning the veto would be difficult.
First, it is a citizen legislature which means that most of them have returned home to their full-time jobs and families. Although a ballot will be mailed to the legislators, they might not see it due to their own busy lives. It is up to legislators such as Sen. Rosendale to remind them of the importance of the House bill and why they voted for it in the first place. This means many phone calls and personal contact to get the message through.
The second reason is that Gov. Bullock is Democratic and will be applying pressure to other Democratic legislators to vote against the bill. Rep. Knudsen stated that the Republicans have a 61-39 majority in the House and even if all 61 of them vote to overturn
(Editor’s Note: This article is based on interviews with Senator Matt Rosendale and Representative Austin Knudsen and reflects their opinion on House Bill 218.)

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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 05 Jun 2013 21:40:04 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8224:house-bill-218-vetoed-designed-to-assist-oil-impacted-areas&catid=52:news-culbertsonsearchlight
Culbertson Track Team Competes In Wolf Point, District Meets http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8222:culbertson-track-team-competes-in-wolf-point-district-meets&catid=137 By Samantha Stanich
The Culbertson High School track team competed in Wolf Point on Saturday, May 4, to get in some last runs before  the district meet.
The boys placed fourth through sixth in the 200-
meter dash with Ben Bighorn in fourth, Fabian Munoz in fifth and Nathan Hackley in sixth. Their times were 24.94 seconds, 25.24 and 25.63.
Munoz placed second in the 400m and won the 3200m run with 10:21. Michael Azure got third in the 1600m with 5:22 and second in the 3200m with 11:20.
Lane Sherman led the way in the hurdles, winning the 300m hurdles with a time of 46.9. The team’s 400m relay took second, running it in 47.88.
Culbertson once again dominated the field events with David Manning getting first in both the shot put and the discus. His discus throw was 122 feet and 11 inches. Also placing in the discus was Tony Williams with a throw of 17’8.” Bighorn placed second in the javelin with a toss of 133’7” while Justin Larsen got fourth with 122’10” and Lane Sherman got fifth with 122’6.”
Hackley ruled the jumping events by placing second, third and fourth for his three jumps. He got second in long jump with a leap of 18’1½”, third in the high jump with a jump of 5’8” and fourth in the triple jump with 36’9.” Bighorn also placed in the long jump with 17’4.”
The girls’ team performed well at the meet with Emily Nielson taking home three first-place wins. She won the 100m dash in 13.91 seconds, the long jump with 14’5” and the triple jump with 31’4.” Samantha Fellman took home two firsts in the 200m dash and the 400m run with times of 34.43 and 1:25 respectively.
Also placing at the meet was Renee Oelkers who got second in triple jump with 29’6” and fourth in the long jump with 13’3.” The girls’ 400m relay placed second by running 58.7 and Mariah Machart placed second in the shot put with a throw of 31’2.”
The team’s next meet was the 2C District meet in Sidney on Wednesday, May 8, with the hopes to advance to the divisional meet.
The Culbertson boys’ track team has done it again. The team competed in the 2C district in Sidney and won their third straight district title with no one else close to their lead.
Fairview came in second place 62.5 points behind Cul-bertson with 99.5 points. Third through seventh were: Westby/Grenora, 97; Froid, 64.5; Bainville, 63; Savage, 54; and Richey/Lambert, 27.
The schools sent their athletes to divionals in Sidney on Wednesday, May 15, if they placed in the top eight of their event at the district meet.
The Culbertson boys came home with some major hardware. Winning district titles were Adam Buxbaum in the 400m, Hackley in the high jump and Manning in the shot put.
Buxbaum won the 400m race with a time of 53.8 seconds while teammate Tristan Sun Rhodes placed second with a time of 54.8.
The 800m race was a close finish for Chance Hyatt from Bainville and Fabian Munoz from Culbertson. Hyatt won the race in a time of 2:03.14 and Munoz came in right behind him in 2:04.43. Hyatt and Munoz also finished first and second in the 1600m and 3200m runs respectively. Hyatt won both long distances with a time of 4:29 in the mile and 10:15 in the two-mile. Munoz set the Culbertson School record in the 3200m with a time of 10:17, another close race with Hyatt. Munoz ran the mile in 4:38.
Also placing from Culbertson in long distances was Michael Azure and Sun Rhodes. Azure got third in the 1600m  with a time of 5:09 and placed third in the 3200m in 12:04. He also placed sixth in the 800m with a time of 2:20 to ensure a spot in the divisional competition in Sidney. Sun Rhodes placed fourth in the mile in 5:16.
In the sprints, Bighorn, Hackley and Larsen all placed in the top eight to move on to the next meet. Larsen placed fourth in the 100m and finished the sprint in 11.6 seconds. The 100m dash’s times were only separated by hundredths of a second with first being .3 seconds faster than second and second and third only being .1 second faster than fourth-place. Bighorn clinched eighth place in the dash with a time of 12.2 seconds. Bighorn also got sixth in the 200m, running it in 24.7 seconds and Hackley came in a close seventh with a time of 24.8 seconds.
The boys’ 1600m relay team of Larsen, Buxbaum, Sun Rhodes and Munoz won district title and set a district record by running 3:42. The 400m relay team took second with 47.2.
Also placing at the meet to move on to divisonals was  Sherman who got seventh in the 110m hurdles by running a 19.22. Sherman also placed fifth in the 300m hurdles with a time of 47.1 and Hackley placed sixth with a time of 47.5
Culbertson also did well in the field events. Manning placed first in the shot put with a throw of 45’7.25” and placed third in the discus, slinging it 12’7.” Ethan Hendrickson got a ticket to divisonals in the shot put as well by placing eighth with a throw of 37’2.”
Hackley hopped, skipped and jumped his way to victory by placing first in the high jump with a backwards leap of 6’ and got sixth in the long jump with a jump of 18’8.” Also jumping their way to victory were Cameron Lambert and Shayne
Cochran. Lambert placed third in the long jump with a leap of 17’9” and Cochran got third in the triple jump with 38’10.”
The Culbertson boys rounded out their top score by placing fifth through seventh in the javelin. Bighorn got fifth with a throw of 131’6”, Larsen got fifth with 130’4” and Sherman got seventh with 127’11.”
The Culbertson girls’ team placed sixth in the district meet with a score of 62.
Though the girls had no district winners, they are sending athletes to the divisional meet in Sidney. Fellman placed eighth in the 200m dash with a time of 34.5. Madison Shumway got fifth in the 800m run with 3:14 as well as second in the 1600m with a time of 6:45.
The girls’ 400m relay team got second with 57.3 seconds and their 1660m relay team took second as well by running a 4:58.
Nielsen placed second in the 300m hurdles with a time of 55.3 seconds and Oelkers got third with 57 seconds. Nielsen also placed fifth in the long jump and third in the triple jump with leaps of 14’5” and 31’11.”
Machart placed fourth in the shot put and fifth in the javelin with throws of 31’4” and 87’11.”
The athletes who placed in the top eight of their event competed in Sidney on Wednesday, May 15, at the divisional meet. The top five athletes from each event at the divisional level will head to the state meet in Laurel on Friday, May 24, and Saturday, May 25.
The Culbertson High School track team competed in Wolf Point on Saturday, May 4, to get in some last runs before  the district meet.

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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 22 May 2013 21:44:05 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8222:culbertson-track-team-competes-in-wolf-point-district-meets&catid=137
Culbertson Track Team Heading To State Meet http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8217:culbertson-track-team-heading-to-state-meet&catid=137 The girls also showed their individual skills on the track as well as in the field.
Shumway placed fourth in the 1600m run with a time of 5:39. Nielsen and Oelkers placed third and fourth respectively in the 200m hurdles. Nielsen ran the sprint in 54.2 seconds and Oelkers was right behind her with 55.6. Nielsen also placed fifth in the triple jump with a leap of 31’6” which advanced her to the state level. Also advancing was Mariah Machart who took fifth in the shot put with a throw of 31’5.”
The Cowgirls and Cowboys will be competing at the state meet in Laurel on Friday and Saturday, May 24-25.
The Culbertson boys’ track team has brought home the hardware once again. The team won the eastern C divisional meet Wednesday, May 15, in Sidney for the third year running.

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The Culbertson boys’ track team competed at the Top 10 meet in Glasgow May 1. The district for the Top 10 meet extends from Havre to Ekalaka and, to be chosen for this meet, the athlete must have one of the top 10 times or distances in the district.
It is difficult to be chosen for this meet; however, Culbertson had eight male athletes attend. They were Cameron Lambert, Justin Larsen, Ben Bighorn, Shayne Cochran, Adam Buxbaum, Tristan Sun Rhodes, Fabian Munoz and David Manning.
The boys competed in the 4x100-meter relay, the 4x400- meter relay, the triple jump, the 400-meter race, the 1600- meter race and the shot put.
David Manning got first- place in shot put with a throw of 48 feet and 2.5 inches. An
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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 08 May 2013 20:41:42 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8215:culbertson-athletes-compete-in-top-10-meet&catid=137
Track And Field Team Competes In Glendive http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8211:track-and-field-team-competes-in-glendive&catid=137 The Culbertson boys’ track team competed at the Glendive Elks Meet on the weekend of April 26 and 27 in Glendive.
Culbertson scored 61 points to come in third behind Glendive, who had 116.5 points, and Miles City’s 68. Teams fourth through 13th were Glasgow, 49; Sidney, 47.5; Baker, 46; Hardin, 33; Terry, 30; Bainville, 24; Medicine Lake, 24; Plentywood, 15; Circle, 11; and Poplar, 2.
Senior Fabian Munoz had a tremendous track meet in Glendive, placing in the top five in four events. Munoz got first-place in the 800m run with a time of 2 minutes and 2 seconds, a personal best. He also placed third in the 1600m run with a time of 4:41 and ran the 3200m run in 10:30 to place fourth.
Munoz was also part of the second-place 1600m relay team with Justin Larsen, Tristan Sun Rhodes and Adam Buxbaum.
Larsen placed in multiple events, getting fourth in the 100m dash in 11.97. He was also part of the 400m relay team which took fourth with the other runners being Cameron Lambert, Ben Bighorn and Shayne Cochran. Their time was 46.42.
Buxbaum and Sun Rhodes both placed in the 400m dash. Buxbaum got third with a time of 54.80 and Sun Rhodes was fourth with a time of 55.30.
Culbertson also did well in the field events and had three athletes place in the top five. Senior Nathan Hackley got fourth in the high jump with 5-8½. Junior Shayne Cochran jumped 39-9 in the triple jump to receive fifth and David Manning threw 48-5 in the shot put to take first-place.
Also representing the Cowboys at the meet was Chance Hyatt, a crucial runner on the co-op cross country team of Culbertson and Bainville. Hyatt is a junior at Bainville High School and ran a personal best as well as a school record in the 1600m run. He ran the mile in an impressive 4:29.
They competed in Top 10 Meet in Glasgow April 30.
The Culbertson boys’ track team competed at the Glendive Elks Meet on the weekend of April 26 and 27 in Glendive.

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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 01 May 2013 20:12:42 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8211:track-and-field-team-competes-in-glendive&catid=137
Culbertson Music Students At State May 3-4 http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8208:culbertson-music-students-at-state-may-3-4&catid=137 The Culbertson School music program, headed by Lana Hekkel, participated in the District High School Music Festival in Plentywood April 18-19.
The students receiving a superior rating are advancing to the Eastern State Musical Festival in Billings May 3-4. Twenty students from Culbertson qualified for the state competition.
The seniors that have advanced to the state level are Tawni DeMarrias, Jessie Dreikosen, Hallie Finnicum and Lindsey Herness. Juniors advancing are Grace Cooper and Elizabeth Hendrickson, while sophomores include Angela Benson, Sheridan Martin, Garrett Reid and Tristan Sun Rhodes.
Half the students advancing to the state competition are only freshmen which means Culbertson could make a name for themselves in the music field in the coming years.
Freshmen receiving superior ratings were Alexi Bidegaray, Adam Buxbaum, Caleb Fell, Eric Hendrickson, Ethan Hendrickson, McKade Mahlen, Austin Pederson, Jace Qualley, Lindsay Reid and Wyatt Shelton.
Students competed in a variety of events including instrumental and vocal solos and ensembles. Soloists who received a superior rating were Garrett Reid, snare drum solo; Jessie Dreikosen, flute solo; and Elizabeth Hendrickson, vocal solo. The three ensembles that received a superior rating were the mixed instrumental quintet, the women’s vocal group and the men’s vocal group.
Culbertson students also received superior and excellent ratings on their large group band and choir pieces as well.
The Culbertson School music program, headed by Lana Hekkel, participated in the District High School Music Festival in Plentywood April 18-19.

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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 24 Apr 2013 21:53:27 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8208:culbertson-music-students-at-state-may-3-4&catid=137
Culbertson Track Team Competes In Huntley Meet http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8207:culbertson-track-team-competes-in-huntley-meet&catid=137 The Culbertson High School boys’ track team placed third Saturday, April 20, at the Huntley Project Invitational in Billings. There were a total of 30 teams competing and the boys finished behind Red Lodge and Colstrip, both in a larger division than Culbertson.
Culbertson’s boys’ team scored 53 points to earn third. Red Lodge won the invitational with 66 points and Colstrip came in second with 63.5. The following teams placed fourth through 23rd: Shepherd, 46; Joliet, 46; Huntley Project, 45; Terry, 34; Malta, 24; Plentywood, 16; Broadview-Lavina, 14; Columbus, 12; Melstone, 10; Broadus, 9; St. Labre, 8.5; Forsyth, 8; Absarokee, 8; Fra-zer, 7; Ryegate, 6; Plenty Coups, 6; Belfry, 6; Roundup, 3; Reed Point-Rapelje, 1; Poplar, 1.
The following Culbertson athletes placed in the top six of their events: David Manning, Shayne Cochran, Nathan Hackley, Tristan Sun Rhodes and Fabian Munoz.
Three of the top places were in field events with Manning placing third in shot put with a throw of 46’2.5.” Cochran placed second in the triple jump with a jump of 38’10.5” and Hackley placed third in high jump with 5’8”.
Sun Rhodes and Munoz placed in running events for Culbertson. Munoz ran the 1600-meter in 4 minutes, 47 seconds getting second place while Sun Rhodes ran the same race in 5:02 to earn fourth. Munoz also placed first in the 800 with a time of 2:07.
Culbertson’s 1600-meter relay of Justin Larsen, Munoz, Adam Buxbaum and Sun Rhodes placed second with a time of 3:52.
The Culbertson High School boys’ track team placed third Saturday, April 20, at the Huntley Project Invitational in Billings. There were a total of 30 teams competing and the boys finished behind Red Lodge and Colstrip, both in a larger division than Culbertson.
Culbertson’s boys’ team scored 53 points to earn third. Red Lodge won the invitational with 66 points and Colstrip came in second with 63.5. The following teams placed fourth through 23rd: Shepherd, 46; Joliet, 46; Huntley Project, 45; Terry, 34; Malta, 24; Plentywood, 16; Broadview-Lavina, 14; Columbus, 12; Melstone, 10; Broadus, 9; St. Labre, 8.5; Forsyth, 8; Absarokee, 8; Fra-zer, 7; Ryegate, 6; Plenty Coups, 6; Belfry, 6; Roundup, 3; Reed Point-Rapelje, 1; Poplar, 1.
The following Culbertson athletes placed in the top six of their events: David Manning, Shayne Cochran, Nathan Hackley, Tristan Sun Rhodes and Fabian Munoz.
Three of the top places were in field events with Manning placing third in shot put with a throw of 46’2.5.” Cochran placed second in the triple jump with a jump of 38’10.5” and Hackley placed third in high jump with 5’8”.
Sun Rhodes and Munoz placed in running events for Culbertson. Munoz ran the 1600-meter in 4 minutes, 47 seconds getting second place while Sun Rhodes ran the same race in 5:02 to earn fourth. Munoz also placed first in the 800 with a time of 2:07.
Culbertson’s 1600-meter relay of Justin Larsen, Munoz, Adam Buxbaum and Sun Rhodes placed second with a time of 3:52.
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Hauge Hired As New Football Coach http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8204:hauge-hired-as-new-football-coach&catid=137 The great Vince Lombardi was once quoted stating, “A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall.”
It is a good thing Culbertson is welcoming a coach that hopes to pass his love of the game down to his players. DJ Hauge will take on the role of head coach for the Culbertson junior high football team this fall.
Hauge not only owns the local pizzeria, Me Too Pizza, but also works for the Culbertson Volunteer Fire Department. He is hoping to become more involved in his wife’s hometown by passing on the love for the game and hoping to have a winning season at the same time.
He is originally from Red
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herald@nemont.net (Samantha Stanich) Wed, 24 Apr 2013 21:50:18 GMT http://www.northeastmontananews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8204:hauge-hired-as-new-football-coach&catid=137