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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson County High School basketball team will have a very different look this season. Having lost post players Jarod Asche and Bret Vester to graduation last year, this year’s Red Devils will be younger and smaller.
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson County High School wrestling team ended up with two wrestlers in the same State final last year — senior Travis Kinn and junior Ben Stortz. This year, they’re both looking to bring home hardware.
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By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer When Earl Jensen leaves his home, he always has a digital camera in one pocket and a small notebook in another.
By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer Dawson County High School senior golfer Breilyn Riggin and junior cross country runner Emily Kuehn received All-State honors at the annual fall sports awards dinner held at the Moose Hall last Tuesday.
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One project leads to another when you are doing home improvements.   The same goes for downtown. The Greater Glendive Community Foundation  started by putting photo banners in the windows of the old chamber building that let to painting the chipped and peeling building., with a crew of 14.  
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graphic courtesy of the National Weather Service
Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
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Big game hunters successful, bird hunters not as fortunate, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The recent hunting season appears to have been a good one for big game hunters with lots of animals taken, though true “trophy bucks” remained elusive for most, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials.


Council will assess ward boundaries, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

With the 2016 election now in the rearview mirror, City of Glendive officials are prepared to try to move forward with adjusting the city’s ward boundaries to account for uneven population growth.


GUSB may bring school bond issue back before voters in 2018by Anthony Varriano, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The Glendive schools’ facilities committee considered factors that could affect their timeline for presenting a bond to voters for school facilities at Dawson County High School on Wednesday night. The committee ended up crossing every factor off their list because “it just needs to be done,” according to DCHS Principal Wade Murphy.



V. Lorraine Haggerty, age 88, of Lindsay passed away on Monday, November 28, 2016 at the Eastern Montana Veterans Home in Glendive. 

Betty Scherger, age 92, formerly of Glendive passed from this world on November 21, 2016 to be reunited with her forever-sweetheart George W.

Christine Margaret Frenzel, 81, peacefully passed away November 27, 2016 at Glendive Medical Center, surrounded by her family. 



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