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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer In a cappella singing is it more important to hit the exact note or to listen to the other singers?
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After losing two straight close games in conference, the Dawson Community College Buccaneers executed better down the stretch and pulled out a 3-point 76-73 victory over the United Tribes Technical College Thunderbirds.  Reece Green got the game off to a good start with a good bucket inside on a pass from Tate Savoie.  
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By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer
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By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer Over the weekend, the Dawson County High School boys basketball team suffered conference losses against Billings Central and Laurel in front of hometown crowds, as their record dropped to 1-8 for the season.
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By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer “It’s been on the table for three and a half years,” Annette Nicholson, owner of Healthy Essentials said about her addition of a coffee and ice cream bar called Crav’ns.
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VAST MAJORITY OF COUNTY PROPERTY TAXES ARE PAID ON TIME, $232,000 ARE NOT, by Kyle Vuille, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The deadline for paying the first half of your local property taxes came and went nearly two months ago and the deadline to pay the second half is fast approaching.

 

Meade design in 90 percent complete, work to begin next spring, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Plans for a major reconstruction of much of North Meade Avenue are nearly complete and the project remains on schedule to begin in spring 2019.

 

Mitchell files to run for county superintendent, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Democrat Jayne Mitchell has filed for Dawson County Superintendent of Schools.  

 

Fourteen Montana kids died in 2017 after being reported to Child and Family Services 

On Wednesday, the Montana Department of Justice released the 2017 Child Fatality Review Team Report, a review of deaths of children previously reported to the Child and Family Services Division of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. It is the second report released by the Department of Justice’s Office of the Child and Family Ombudsman since mandated by the Montana Legislature in 2015.

Obituaries

Andrew “Andy” C. Schofield, age 95 of Glendive, formerly of Jordan, Mont., passed away on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at the Glendive Medical Center Extended Care with his daughter by his side.

On July 15, 1976, Roland Eugene Kauffman and Mary Deean Taylor gave life to a beautiful little girl named Shelby Dee Kauffman.

Gladys Mullet Kauffman went to be with her Lord on January 9, 2018, surrounded by her children.  

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