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By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer Five Dawson Community College members embarked on a week-long journey to Mauritius on July 21. 
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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer The city of Glendive appears poised to invest several thousand more dollars in the project to resurface the tennis courts in Jaycee West and Lloyd Square parks.
Pictures from the 2017 Dawson County Fair.
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By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer On Thursday, Dina Fritz told the story of how she became head coach of the resurrected women’s volleyball program at Dawson Community College.
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By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer Fulfilling a promise she made to herself while a student at Washington Junior High School, Lorna Milne has written her first biography, “Evelyn Cameron: Photographer on the Western Prairie.”
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School officials consider impact of allowing Class C students to play sports in Glendive Schools,  by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Populations in small, rural communities across Eastern Montana continue to decline, and as they do, the ability of small school districts to continue to field athletic teams is declining as well, leading to the question of where kids who want to play school sports will go when their hometown school no longer has enough students to field a team.

 

County's sewer project continues on schedule, by Kyle Vuille, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The West Glendive/Dawson County wastewater improvements project continues, although not without some hiccups.

 

City approves another deer management hunt, Story by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The city of Glendive will once again hold an urban deer management hunt this year to try and keep the local deer population at bay. The city council unanimously approved the urban hunt at their meeting Tuesday night on a recommendation by the Finance, Utilities, Property and Recreation Committee.

Obituaries

Terence “Terry” Scott Colbrese, 59, of Glasgow passed away August 13, 2017 in Glasgow.

Elizabeth “Bette” Stockert, age 88, formerly of Scranton, N.D., died Saturday afternoon, August 12, 2017, at the Wibaux County Nursing Home in Wibaux. 

Jeffrey Robert Seborg, 54 of Billings, passed away peacefully on August 7, 2017, with the ones he loved the most by his side.  

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