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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

By Chad C. Knudson Ranger-Review Staff Writer
Plans for the 15th Annual Irish for a Day celebration are taking shape as organizers released a weekend schedule that is sure to please St. Patrick’s Day fans.
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By Eric Killelea Ranger-Review Staff Writer On Friday afternoon, the girls basketball team from Dawson County High School lost to Columbia Falls, 57-44, the fall ending a historic season that landed them in the Class A State tournament for the first time since 2009.
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By Jamie Ausk Crisafulli Ranger-Review Staff Writer   “Our goals is to save one life at a time, one day at a time, and we are,” WATCh East security coordinator Sara Engle said in a recent interview.
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By Katelyn Texeira Ranger-Review student intern Dawson Community College hosted International Night on Monday, Feb. 26 in an effort to spread awareness regarding tobacco use nationwide.
By Peggy Iba Dawson County Healthy Communities Coalition The Community Champion for February is an author and an artist and a philanthropist of her time and talents.  
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Wind project getting off the ground, by Jamie Ausk Crisafulli, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Upper Badlands Wind Development, LLC is in the process of developing a wind energy project in Dawson County that, if built, has the potential to bring a huge boost to the local economy.


Makoshika tourney makes a big impact, by Chad Knudson, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

After 161 games were played on eight courts in five locations over three days, the players, coaches and fans of the 26th Annual Makoshika Basketball Tournament drifted back to their homes across several states and provinces, but not before leaving an impact on the local economy.


Where did the Red Devil come from? Here's one answer, by Dooley Pauley, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

(Editor’s Note: This is a reprint of a story which originally ran in the Ranger-Review in 1991. If you’ve heard any other theories on the origin of the Dawson County High School mascot, let us know!)

Many times when sports fans get together the question comes up: How did the Dawson County High School athletic teams get the team name of Red Devils?


School board handles district business during quick meeting, by Jamie Ausk Crisafulli, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The Glendive Unified School Board took care of a handful of items at a brief meeting Monday night.

The recently streamlined process for board agendas has resulted in shorter meetings with very little discussion by the board of trustees. However, the information viewed by the board of trustees is now readily available to the public. To view administrator reports, audit findings, financial reports and all other items on the March 5 agenda, go to the district’s website at www.glendiveschools.com/BoardMMA/board_meetings.



Martha (Mutzenberger) Hilger passed away at Glendive Medical Center on March 8, 2018 following a long struggle which included cancers and heart disease.  

Norma Jean Harrison, age 83, of Glendive, passed away on Friday, March 9, 2018 at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings.  

Martha (Mutzenberger) Hilger passed away at Glendive Medical Center on March 8, 2018 following a long struggle which included cancers and heart disease.  



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