Saturday, April 19, 2014

Washington Middle School students got to enter the school’s gym and use it for the first time in nearly two months on Monday. The renovated gym floor boasts a new Demon mascot painted at center court, the Demons nickname painted along the sidelines at both ends, the school’s name painted at both ends and lanes varnished with a darker stain to make them stand out.
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Washington Middle School’s gym floor is back and better than ever. School officials reopened the gym to students Monday morning. The gym had been completely closed off for repairs since late February.
This large bump and dip confronting drivers on the switchbacks area of the Makoshika State Park road will be history after major repairs are made to the road later this summer.
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Everything is set for a major renovation of the Makoshika State Park road this summer. Montana State Parks Administrator Chas Van Genderen confirmed Monday that the project to renovate the “switchbacks” portion of the road would be “moving forward.”
Above is a sample of the material in the color the new track at Perham Field will be surfaced in. The polyurethane surface material is 13 millimeters thick.
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer If all goes according to schedule, by this fall Dawson County High School will have a track and field complex that could be the envy of every high school in Montana.
A survivor of the cattle trailer turnover on the Circle highway lies in the mud near the Airport Road turnoff as Montana Highway Patrol and Department of Transporation employees work to rescue the cattle.
By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer A man driving cattle to slaughter from Great Falls to Minnesota fell asleep at the wheel Thursday on Montana Highway 200S and rolled a stock trailer filled with 43 head of cattle into the north ditch near Airport Road approach
Lady Devils junior second baseman Haylee Storlie reaches to catch a fly ball near first base during the second inning of the softball team’s home game Tuesday against Miles City. DCHS went on to lose the game with a score of 10-4. The Lady Devils’ home game is Tuesday, April 22 at 4 p.m. against Sidney.
By Kevin Miller Ranger-Review Staff Writer
The original City of Glendive water treatment plant building was built in 1916. The building currently handles the plant’s solid contact unit.
  By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer The next step in upgrading the City of Glendive’s aging infrastructure is renovating the city’s water treatment plant to meet the forecasted growth in population and demand over the next 20 years, but the fix won’t come cheap.
Washington Middle School students got to enter the school’s gym and use it for the first time in nearly two months on Monday. The renovated gym floor boasts a new Demon mascot painted at center court, the Demons nickname painted along the sidelines at both ends, the school’s name painted at both ends and lanes varnished with a darker stain to make them stand out.
This large bump and dip confronting drivers on the switchbacks area of the Makoshika State Park road will be history after major repairs are made to the road later this summer.
Above is a sample of the material in the color the new track at Perham Field will be surfaced in. The polyurethane surface material is 13 millimeters thick.
A survivor of the cattle trailer turnover on the Circle highway lies in the mud near the Airport Road turnoff as Montana Highway Patrol and Department of Transporation employees work to rescue the cattle.
Lady Devils junior second baseman Haylee Storlie reaches to catch a fly ball near first base during the second inning of the softball team’s home game Tuesday against Miles City. DCHS went on to lose the game with a score of 10-4. The Lady Devils’ home game is Tuesday, April 22 at 4 p.m. against Sidney.
The original City of Glendive water treatment plant building was built in 1916. The building currently handles the plant’s solid contact unit.

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Page 17 of the Thursday, April 17 print issue was ommited by the press.  We will run that page in the Sunday, April 20 print issue.

Sports

DCHS senior Hadyn Pettersen returns a volley during a game at the Hardin Invitational. Pettersen won all four of his matches during the invitational, one of three Red Devils’ singles players to do so.
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer
Lady Devils junior second baseman Haylee Storlie reaches to catch a fly ball near first base during the second inning of the softball team’s home game Tuesday against Miles City. DCHS went on to lose the game with a score of 10-4. The Lady Devils’ home game is Tuesday, April 22 at 4 p.m. against Sidney.
By Kevin Miller Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Obituaries

Vernon E. Stundahl, age 92, passed away on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, at the Butterfly Homes Assisted Living Facility in Billings.

Rita Spracklin, age 97, of Glendive passed away on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at her home in Glendive.

Eileen (Lovaas) Freistone, born on April 18, 1957 passed away on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 after a lengthy battle with cancer.

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