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Ripped bags leak frac sand on property nestled against the BN Railway spur line north of Glendive. Eric Killelea photo
By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer
By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer
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Brad Glossup takes in the cool, refreshing waters of a fountain in the Glendive Splash Park at Whipkey Park. Soaring temperatures over the last few days have made it an ideal time for kids to hit the water. Jason Stuart photo
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Bakken oil boom may have begun falling off in 2015, but the troopers of the Montana Highway Patrol’s District V were still busier last year than they had been in the previous couple of years.
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Sanitarian works to enforce frac material cleanup, by Eric Killelea, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Amid the dry weeds on 26 acres just north of Glendive, frac sand blankets the vacant land, a remnant of an oil boom forgotten. Ripped bags leak ceramic proppant along Highway 16, nestled against a rail spurline.

 

Montana may get first drilling rig in six months, by Eric Killelea, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The Montana Board of Oil and Gas has approved two privately-owned Texas oil and gas companies to add the first drilling rigs in Montana since December 2015.

 

 

Obituaries

Michael G. Courtney, age 64, of Glendive passed away on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at the Glendive Medical Center.  

David Ray Colbrese, age 63, of Glendive passed away surrounded by his family on Thursday, June 16, 2016 in Glendive.  

Betty Holzemer, age 85, formerly of Dickinson, N.D. passed away on Sunday, June 19, 2016 at the Glendive Medical Center Extended Care in Glendive.  

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