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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer
By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer Newly hired Glendive Schools technology coordinator Carson Anderson presented an extensive list of the district’s obsolete technology equipment to the Glendive Unified School Board Monday night.
By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Move over Glacier and Yellowstone, because Montana’s top tourist destination is Glendive’s own Makoshika State Park, according to a new list of the state’s top 10 travel destinations posted by USA Today’s 10Best.com.
By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer Every Monday through the months of June and July from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Glendive Public Library, Library Director Dawn Kingstad holds a computer coding class for children in the community. 
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By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer One of the Glendive’s oldest childcare services, Kool Kids is facing closure due to lack of certified staff. The daycare is in need of three primary caregivers and a staff cook at the moment.
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By Jamie Ausk Crisafulli  Ranger-Review Staff Writer If a silver lining can be found in the  demise of Makoshika Estates, it is that the abandoned building has given local firefighters a unique training experience  in a real world environment.
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Blue Devils start District Trouney off with a win, by Eric Killelea, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

The Eastern A Tournament began on Thursday with the No. 2 seeded Glendive American Legion baseball team outplaying the No. 7 Billings Blue Jays, 4-2.


All 11 counties in Miles City Fire District are under fire restrictions

By the end of this week, all 11 counties in the Miles City Fire District will be under at least Stage I fire restrictions, banning campfires, smoking and other activities in all but a handful of exempted areas. Affected counties are Garfield, McCone, Richland, Dawson, Prairie, Wibaux, Rosebud, Custer, Fallon, Powder River and Carter.


DCC board, officials, still trying to solve budget conundrum, by Kyle Vuuille, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Dawson Community College currently has an deficit of a million dollars and the big question board members are asking is what can be changed to fix that in the years to come.


Theresa Meek, age 88, of Wibaux, passed away on Sunday, July 16, 2017 at the Wibaux County Nursing Home. 

Bradley Kinsey, age 36, of Glendive, passed away in Missoula on June 4, 2017.  

Neale D. Sikveland, age 65, of Fallon, passed away on Thursday, July 13, 2017 in Billings. 



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