Monday, May 4, 2015

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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The new-look Dawson Community College women’s basketball team just got a big addition in Belgrade point guard Alexis Clingingsmith at Toepke Center on April 10.
photo courtesy Kassie Bowles
By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer
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(Slideshow 10) Local daycare providers and preschools kicked off the celebration fo Week of the Young Child with a parade down Merrill Avenue Monday morning.
By Cindy Mullet Ranger-Review Staff Writer Heavy oil traffic on U.S. Highway 2 across Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota is sending more bicyclists through Glendive.
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The Dawson County High School softball team ran away with an Eastern A conference win at BL Baker Memorial Field in Glendive Monday night, crushing Hardin 18-1 behind a two-hitter by Wyniah Mintz and a triple and a home run by Carrie Nagle. 
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By Anthony Varriano Ranger-Review Staff Writer The DCHS tennis teams didn’t have any problems with Miles City, who were in town for the Glendive Triangular last Thursday. Lady Devils 8, Miles City 0
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photo courtesy Kassie Bowles
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What's in the paper...

Legislature fails to pass infrastructure proposal, By Jason Stuart, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Another legislative session has come and gone without an agreed-upon plan to help local Montana communities fund improvements to their  aging infrastructure.

 

Jefferson earns state recycling award, By Cindy Mullet, Ranger-Review Staff Writer

With an improvised drum roll and cheers of “Go Jefferson SMART School,” Lt. Gov. Angela McLean presented Jefferson Elementary School first graders with a banner, certificate and $1,000 check made out to the school in recognition of the students’ recycling efforts.

 

 

Obituaries

On the 28th day of April as dusk settled and her children held her in their arms, Thelma Schwartz, age 88, gently took her Savior’s hand and Heaven bound, departing Eastern

William “Bill” Jo Jacobsen, age 61, passed away Thursday, April 16, 2015, with his wife by his side at their home in Glendive.  

Alma (Brown) Schepens, age 95, of Glendive passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at the Glendive Medical Center in Glendive. 

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