Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Photo courtesy of Justin Hoffman
  This pipe was pulled out of an area on Meade Avenue earlier this year. City workers often find sections of the wooden water main when doing repairs to the current system. This piece of pipe crumbled as soon as it dried out.  
Anthony Varriano photo
By  Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson County High School girls’ basketball team got some experience in overtime to close the regular season, winning on the road in Hardin on Saturday and falling at home to Sidney on Friday.
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Members of the public tour the Boys and Girls Club of Dawson County during its grand opening held Saturday. A ribbon cutting for the facility was followed by a short ceremony to honor major donors.  
Photo courtesy of FWP
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking information that will lead them to those responsible for the poaching and dumping of six deer just outside Glendive.
Anthony Varriano photo
By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer Dawson County High School junior Jarod Asche drove the lane and finished strong off the backboard as the buzzer sounded to give his team a much needed 35-33 victory over Sidney Thursday night. Devils fans stormed the court to celebrate with their team.
Kay Hoffer photos
By Kay Hoffer Ranger-Review Staff Writer As Don Kettner reflects on his time at Dawson Community College it’s clear his love for the college begins with students.
Photo courtesy of Justin Hoffman
Anthony Varriano photo
Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photo
Photo courtesy of FWP
Anthony Varriano photo
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What's in the paper...

Ancient pipes provide history lesson and modern problems, By Cindy Hoffer, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Wooden water mains running under some Glendive streets may be a bit of a novelty and sometimes a nuisance to city workers today, but in the early 1900s, they were considered part of a “water system equal of any in the Northwest.”

 

Glendive's only floodplain option may be to go it alone, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

City of Glendive and Dawson County officials apparently have two options for how to proceed with addressing the community’s floodplain problem.

 

Obituaries

Arlene Marie Evans, age 64, passed away on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at her home in Bloomfield with her family at her side after a battle with cancer. 

Sharon Kay Erwin, age 73, of Glendive passed away on Monday, February 16, 2015 at the Glendive Medical Center Extended Care. A memorial will be held at 1:00 p.m.

Alan “Gofer” William Bacon, age 60, of Wibaux passed away Friday, February 20, 2015 in Glendive at Glendive Medical Center after a long battle with a number of illnesses, w

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