Saturday, April 18, 2015

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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson County High School softball team split its conference openers with a win over the Billings Central Lady Rams and a 9-1 loss at the hands of the Laurel Lady Locomotives in Glendive on Saturday.  Lady Devils 1, Laurel 9
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer Dawson Community College women’s basketball head coach Romeo Lagmay was asked to speak to coaches across the country at the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Convention during the Women’s Final Four in Tampa, Monday.
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson Community College softball team kept itself in a position to win the Mon-Dak Conference regular season championship with by winning two out of four games over Williston State College in Glendive on Wednesday and Thursday.
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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer The section of the Poplar Pipeline that broke and spewed some 30,000 gallons of oil into the Yellowstone River was cut out and brought to the surface Wednesday.
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson Community College softball team kicked off their conference schedule with four wins over Bismarck State College in Glendive last Friday and Saturday. The Lady Bucs scored 48 runs to Bismarck’s two through four games over the weekend.
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer
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Photo courtesy of Cassidy Chester
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What's in the paper...

School board receives facilities recommendation, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The recommendation from the Glendive Schools Planning Committee to build a new elementary school for grades 3-5 and make major repairs and upgrades to the district’s remaining schools is now in the hands of the Glendive Unified School Board.

 

School board votes for drug testing, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The Glendive Unified School Board is one step closer to implementing a new drug testing policy for Dawson County High School students participating in sports and other extracurricular activities.

 

 

Obituaries

Betty Lee Miller, age 87, of Glendive, passed away on Sunday, April 12, 2015 at the Eastern Montana Veteran’s Home in Glendive. 

Dale Eugene Hajek, age 59, passed away on Thursday, April 9, 2015 with his family by his side at his home in Glendive.  

Memorial Service for  Kenneth (Ken) Kubesh will be held on Saturday, April 18 at 11:30 A.M. at the Dawson County Boys and Girls Club.

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