Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Photo courtesy of Erin Kaufman
By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer If you find yourself in a pool with Brittany Kaufman, you’re most likely eating her wake. She has been dominant in pools across the state this swim season, leading the Glendive Kiwanis Wet Devils to the top spot in Class A this year.
By Daniel Nolker Ranger-Review Staff Writer Tempers flared at a public meeting called to address  property classification and appraisal notices on Tuesday night. 
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By Daniel Nolker Ranger-Review Staff Writer The park in the Forest Park subdivision reaps the benefits of the work of a community caretaker. 
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By Daniel Nolker Ranger-Review Staff Writer Anyone interested in small business will have a chance to connect at a Glendive business location that is in the beginning stages of renovation. 
Story by Cindy Mullet Eastern Montana Veterans Home will celebrate its 20th anniversary, July 28, but its story begins much earlier.
Jason Stuart photos
Photo courtesy of Erin Kaufman
Daniel Nolker photo
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Ugly storm reveals the beauty of neighborliness, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The severe storm that hit Glendive Monday night brought with it a tsunami of destruction, but it also brought out the industriousness and neighborliness of the community’s residents and businesses.


Schools delay bond issue amidst tax uncertainty, by Daniel Nolker, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

A bond issue for new school construction and current school repairs will not come before voters during the November election. 


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Ruth Friez, 78, of Spearfish, S.D. passed away on Wednesday, July 3, 2015 in Craig Colo. 

Earnest H. Metzenberg was born in Ekalaka on November 20, 1926 to George and Daisy (Wheat) Metzenberg. Ernie was born again, saved by the grace of God, in May 1959.

Paul “Doug” Anderson was born July 2, 1935 in Fargo, to join Freeman and Blanch Anderson of Valley City, N.D.


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