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Thursday, December 14, 2017

By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer They met at a skating rink in their hometown of Kokomo, Ind. when they were 17 years old, married a year later and this fall they celebrated the 70th anniversary of that marriage commitment.
By Jamie Ausk Crisafulli Ranger-Review Staff Writer When driving through downtown Glendive this holiday season, make sure to stop to appreciate the many holiday light decorations and festive downtown parks.
photos courtesy of Catherine Patterson Malarchick
By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer Gourmet pepper and the railroad find common ground in a Kalispell woman’s new business venture.
By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer
Yellowstone Newspapers photo
By Abe Winter Yellowstone Newspapers Custer County or somewhere nearby may be the new home of a proposed beef processing plant that could employee 300 people.
photos courtesy of Catherine Patterson Malarchick
Yellowstone Newspapers photo
Jason Stuart photo


Only in the paper...

GUSB vote prompts GEA negotiation demand, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

It appears that the Glendive Unified School Board and the Glendive Education Association will be headed back to the negotiating table as the two sides have been unable to finalize the tentative agreement made two months ago due to a disagreement or misunderstanding over one final detail in the contract.


Livestock producers take advantage of federal well drilling program, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Dawson County livestock producers appear to be taking full advantage of a federal emergency drought program in order to shore up their depleted water sources.



Albert Richard Vogele, 88, passed away Nov. 17, 2017. Funeral Servies were held Tuesday at Dahl Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Yellowstone National Cemetery with full military honors.

Larry “Papa” Paul Wilson Sr. of Glendive, formerly of Miles City, passed peacefully at the Glendive Medical Center while being comforted by family on December 5, 2017. He was 77 years old.   

Carole Haas, long-time resident of Glendive, passed away on November 27, 2017 in Surprise, Ariz.



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