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Monday, November 20, 2017

By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Dawson County High School became a lot more secure as of Wednesday morning as school officials activated a newly installed door security system to better control who’s coming into the building throughout the school day.
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By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer A historical piece of Glendive has risen from the ashes, thus creating the Kirke Collective.
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By Kyle Vuille Ranger-Review Staff Writer “They’ve already done their part, now it’s time to do yours” was a quote from a letter written by David Riggs, founder of K9 Care Montana Inc. to the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars Women’s Auxiliary group.
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By Jason Stuart Ranger-Review Staff Writer Glendive is going to be rife with street construction in 2019, as the city is planning for major street repair on some 10 additional city streets beyond the major projects already planned for Meade Avenue and Towne Street.
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GMC will bring back inpatient behavioral health unit, by Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Glendive Medical Center is in the midst of a major remodeling project that when complete will once again give the hospital the ability to provide in-patient treatment services for the region’s mentally ill.


Richey Senior Center gets a new roof, future still in question, by Kyle Vuille, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

With the roof being repaired on the Richey Senior Center this week, the needed improvements to keep the 100-year-old building functional are under way. However, the question remains about what the future looks like for both the senior center and library in Richey and both buildings are desperately in need of repairs. 



David R. Wilburn of Glendive, passed away on Thursday, November 9, 2017 after dealing with cancer for two years. 

Stephanie Ann Cooley, age 51, of Glendive, went to be with our Lord Jesus on November 7, 2017 after complications from a recently detected lung cancer.

LaVerne E. Oellermann, age 92, of Glendive, passed away on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the Glendive Medical Center in Glendive. 



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