Friday, November 21, 2014

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By Jamie Ausk Crisafulli Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson County High School Lady Red Devils ended their 2014 volleyball season Saturday morning with a loss to Hardin in the Eastern A Divisional Tournament.
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By Kay Hoffer Ranger-Review Staff Writer It’s been awhile since Dawson Community College’s Associated Student Body has made a concerted effort to make its on-campus presence known. But thanks to the leadership of several at DCC that’s been changing this semester.
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By Kay Hoffer Ranger-Review Staff Writer
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By Kay Hoffer Ranger-Review Staff Writer The last time the Dawson County Economic Development Council hosted the Eastern Montana Energy Expo the response from business and industry reps was a bit astonishing. 
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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer The former Elks Lodge building has a new owner. The building, located on West Bell Street in downtown Glendive, was sold at auction on Saturday to high bidder Rick Jensen, who owns Doc & Eddy’s Casino. The building went to Jensen for a bid of $30,000.
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By Jamie Ausk Crisafulli Ranger-Review Staff Writer The hometown Dawson County High School Lady Red Devils earned a big win over the Lady Bulldogs from Hardin Saturday night in the final conference game of the season.
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What's in the paper

Govt. study group gets started, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The recently elected members of Glendive’s local government study commission met for the first time Monday night, and while it will be 18 months before the commission comes out with any recommendation, comments made by the group Monday suggest its members see the need for some sort of change to Glendive’s form of government.

 
 
City considers Complete Streets policy to direct future development, Jamie Ausk Crisafulli, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The City of Glendive may be on the verge of adopting a “Complete Streets” policy.

The city Streets Committee recommended that the city council do just that following a presentation Wednesday by representatives of the Building Active Glendive organization.

 
 
Rosendale will serve as Senate majority leader, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Wrtier

When the Montana Legislature convenes in January, local state Sen. Matt Rosendale will take his place as one of the body’s leading officers.

On Wednesday, Senate Republicans elected Rosendale to serve as Senate majority leader.

 

Obituaries

Judith Jo Green, age 73, passed away on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at the Glendive Medical Center Extended Care in Glendive, Montana.  Visitation will be held from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M.

Bonita Kay Dame, age 68, of Glendive, Montana, passed away on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at home with her beloved sons Brad and Bob at her side.

June Radke, age 86, of Wibaux, Montana, passed away on Friday, November 7, 2014 at the Wibaux County Nursing Home in Wibaux. Visitation will be from 10:00 A.M.

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