Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer Over halfway into the track and field season, Emily Kuehn, a junior at Dawson County High School, has proved she can run faster and longer than almost any of her competitors.
Photos submitted by Mutt Dickson
By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer “Go now,” is the advice Joan “Mutt” Dickson gives to anyone interested in visiting Cuba.
Michella Dey photo
Jocelyn Thomas guards her basket of Easter Eggs during an egg hunt Thursday morning. Jocelyn is a student in Ms. JoAnn’s class at Headstart. The students had fun in spite of the fierce winds.
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Two major Glendive city street projects scheduled for 2019 may be in jeopardy if the Montana Legislature doesn’t do something before this session ends to shore up the Montana Department of Transportation’s funding.
Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer When Jayden Holley qualified for the Montana Class A Track and Field Championships by shot-putting 40 feet 10 inches in Glendive on Saturday, he got a much-earned hug from his mother at the Oakland Athletic Complex.
photo courtesy of PJ Torres
By Eric Killelea  Ranger-Review Staff Writer Sophomore Bailey Pearcy hit a two-run triple to help the Dawson County High School softball team top Billings Central, 3-2, in a slow-paced season opener on Saturday in Miles City.  
Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
Photos submitted by Mutt Dickson
Michella Dey photo
Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
photo courtesy of PJ Torres

 

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West Glendive Fire Dept. receives support for ambulance mutual aidBy Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The West Glendive Fire Department is looking to work out an agreement with the Glendive Ambulance Service to create a ‘mutual aid’ agreement under which the Ambulance Service would dispatch an ambulance and EMT crew when the WGFD responds to structure fires in its service area.

 

DOL seeking to expand state's Appenticeship ProgramBy Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The Montana Department of Labor is seeking to expand apprenticeship opportunities to fields beyond the traditional trades like plumbing as a means to put more people to work in high-paying, high-skill jobs without the need to pursue a college degree.

 

DCC sends veto request to BullockBy Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Dawson Community College officials have dispatched a letter to Gov. Steve Bullock asking him to veto provisions in a companion bill to the state budget bill which DCC officials believe unfairly target the college.

Obituaries

Daryl Nunberg, age 56, most loved son and brother, passed away on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at his dearly loved group home in Miles City. 

His mother called him her “little Valentine” as Edward T.

Ruth Viola Schwarz, a lifetime resident of Glendive, passed away on Friday, April 21 at the Eastern Montana Veteran’s Home in Glendive at the age of 94. 

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