Thursday, July 2, 2015

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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer A gray pall of thick smoke enveloped Glendive and much of Eastern Montana Tuesday morning, the result of forest fires burning far to the north in the boreal forests of Canada.
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By Daniel Nolker Ranger-Review Staff Writer Although summer time can cause staffing issues for the Glendive Ambulance Service, Director Wally Broeder said things are going in a positive direction.
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By Daniel Nolker Ranger-Review Staff Writer As July 4 approaches, fireworks will once again be heard around Glendive. Firework stands opened Wednesday in West Glendive.
(Editor’s note: Prairie County is celebrating its 100th year and in doing so, the centennial committee thought it would be interesting to highlight some of the centenarian citizens with a historic background in that county.) By Mary Elizabeth Grue For Yellowstone Newspapers
By Daniel Nolker Ranger-Review Staff Writer For the 90th year, community members joined together at Union Hall for a day of  fun and fellowship.
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By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer In 1974, when Kay Wynne began work in Glendive as a dental hygienist her main mission was to convince local dentists, doctors and educators in Eastern Montana that dental hygiene was very important.
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The Ranger-Review will have an early deadline for news and advertisements for the July 5 edition. The deadline will be noon on Thursday, July 2. 

The Ranger-Review office will be closed Friday, July 3 to allow our employees to enjoy the Fourth of July weekend with family and friends.

 

What's in the paper...

Students of rural south Valley School hold reunion, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

In the late 1940s and early 1950s South Valley Corner, northeast of Bloomfield, close to the south fork of Burns Creek, was a bustling place with two schools, a church, a parsonage, a blacksmith shop and a couple of houses. Last week, the corner bustled again.

 

City Council filing deadline is July 2, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Unless more candidates step forward, there may be no Glendive city election this November.

 

Get your free 2015 Dawson County Fair Guide today!
Your guide is free with your Thursday edition of The Ranger-Review newspaper (on the racks now) or stop by the Ranger-Review office and pick one up.
 
Your free guide contains information about this year's fair exhibits and events, including a concert, PRCA Prorodeo, Sled Pull and more.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Obituaries

Lee Richard Marquart, age 45, of Glendive, passed away on Sunday, June 28, 2015 unexpectedly in his sleep at his home in Glendive. 

Arloa Vernice (Pfaff) Brane, age 92, was sent to brighten this world on September 18, 1922, and was taken home to be with our Lord on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at the River Oa

Paula Kubik’s life was about being a great friend.  Whether it was gossiping with friends and cousins, going to the movies, trying new restaurants, crafting the perfect gif

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