Wednesday, July 30, 2014

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By Vicki Viall Ranger-Review Staff Writer For the first time ever, Dawson County High School was the host site for a cheerleading camp. The camp was held July 14-16 in the school’s gymnasium. The camp was run by University Cheer Association, which is headquartered in Memphis, Tenn.
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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer A spill last week from a truck headed to Oaks Disposal has once again raised concerns of some of those living along the route to the facility.
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By Vicki Viall Ranger-Review Staff Writer A moment in history came to an end on Wednesday, July 9. The building that, for many years, housed Reynolds Wholesale was demolished.
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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Makoshika State Park is getting yet another upgrade. Montana State Parks officially announced plans Tuesday to spend an estimated $50,000 to renovate the old McCarty cabin.
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What's in the paper

Thieves, vandals wreak havok at Makoshika, By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer
A brazen thief has relieved the Montana Army National Guard of some of its property.

The night of Saturday, July 19, sometime after 11 p.m., someone made off with a large camouflage netting the military had set up in Makoshika State Park. Engineering units from the Army National Guard and Montana Air National Guard are working to repair the Makoshika park road.

 
County firefighters have busy week, By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer
The countryside of Dawson County is drying out and that's keeping local fire crews  on their toes.
 
"We have been busy," said Richie Crisafulli, chief of the West Glendive and Dawson County Rural volunteer fire departments.
 
Crisafulli noted that his crew has responded to 13 fires so far this month. Four of those came in the past week.
 
 

Sports

By Kevin Miller Ranger-Review Staff Writer
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By Vicki Viall Ranger-Review Staff Writer For the first time ever, Dawson County High School was the host site for a cheerleading camp.
By Kevin Miller Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Obituaries

Charles Ross Keith age 90 of Miles City died Saturday, July 26, 2014 at the VA Nursing Home in Miles City.   

Louella Mae “Mickey”  Waters,  age 87, of Richey, Montana passed away on July 25, 2014 at the Glendive Medical Center in Glendive, Montana.

Gerald Wayne Hoffer, age 66, of Glendive, Montana passed away on Friday, July 25, 2014 at his home in Glendive. Visitation will be held from 11 A.M. until 5 P.M.

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