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Dawson Community College women's team to host Play 4Kay Pink Night

GLENDIVE — For the fifth straight season, the Dawson Community College women's basketball team will participate in the Play 4Kay National Breast Cancer Awareness and Research campaign.


Dawson's Alexius Foster joins 1,000-point club

GLENDIVE — Alexius Foster of the Dawson Community College women's basketball team recently joined the 1,000-point club. Foster scored 24 points against North Dakota State College of Science on Feb. 8 to reach the milestone.


More bitter cold, snow forecast for the weekend in south central, southeast Montana & north central Wyoming

A hazardous weather outlook is in effect for portions of central, south central and southeast Montana, as well as north central Wyoming, the National Weather Service says. It includes more snow and cold this weekend into early next week.


Montana lawmakers react to Trump's emergency declaration

President Trump declared a national emergency this morning in order to get up to eight billion dollars for his border wall. KULR-8 reached out to Montana's congressional delegation for their reactions.


Support Montana's outdoor way of life, support SB 24

As a fifth-generation Montanan and current Bozeman resident, I value the protection and preservation of public lands as much as I value the intrinsic right of every human to be able to access and enjoy what is left of them in this state and in this country. I have strived to live my values, however,


Former local makes hot rod hall

Tom Vogele was born in Glendive in 1950. He grew up ranching with his grandparents in the hills just south of town. As a child, Voglele demonstrated a talent and love for all things mechanical, which quickly turned to obsession. This obsession took him far away from his roots in rural Montana, but h


Bill would give county governments final say on Montana bison transfers

Montana county commissioners would have final say on relocating wild bison in their counties under a bill brought in the Montana House of Representatives. Rep. Josh Kassmier, R-Fort Benton, brought House Bill 332 to the House Agriculture Committee late Thursday evening. The bill would give county co


Murals offer a glimpse at local history

Anyone who’s ever been to the county courthouse has likely noticed the massive mural decorating the entry way. The painting tells a history of Glendive with images that go further back in time from left to right. It starts at the staircase depicting the mighty dinosaurs and ends on the left with an


Montana arrests, drug and firearm seizures up in 2018, U.S. Marshals Service task force says

A law enforcement task force in Montana arrested more suspects and seized more meth, heroin and firearms in 2018 compared to the year before. The Montana Violent Offenders Task Force seized roughly 15 pounds of meth in 2018, compared to 13 pounds in 2017, according to data provided in a recent U.S.


Some Yellowstone wolves would be protected under Montana bill

Some wildlife have an “outsized value,” such as wolves that wander from Yellowstone National Park into Montana, argued Sen. Mike Phillips, D-Bozeman, on Thursday. Consequently, those animals should be protected from hunters and trappers in two wolf management units in Park County, which borders Yell


Dawson CC's Hall of Fame class to be honored on Sunday

GLENDIVE — Dawson Community College will be introducing its first athletic Hall of Fame class on Sunday afternoon between basketball games at the Toepke Center on the campus of DCC.


Montana's 'last resort' for finding teachers is becoming increasingly common in rural schools

Barely any Montana schools used emergency authorizations to certify teachers a few years ago. Now, that number has jumped to 94, more than double what it was last year. And almost all of them are in small, rural schools.


Miles City Cowboy Poetry Gathering 2019

The 5th Annual Miles City Cowboy Poetry Gathering will be hosted by the Range Riders Museum on Sunday, Feb. 24. Entertainment will kick off at 11:30 a.m. with local talent Angie Dauben and Bob Petermann from Wibaux. They will be performing western and gospel music. A roast beef dinner will be served


Community Calendar - February 10-16

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10 9-9:45 a.m. – Our Savior Lutheran Church Sunday School, call OSLC office at (406) 377-3890 for more information, busing is available to and from Sunday School. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Dawson County Conservation District. Call 377-5566, ext. 101 for time. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. – Food Bank, 1


Glendive native’s photos to be featured in Minneapolis gallery

Victoria (Shoopman) Dellapaolera has always had three passions: horses, photography and the badlands. Growing up in Glendive, her childhood was filled with horses and badlands adventures. Now, she lives in Minnesota and many years later, these three pursuits have come together in the form of a galle


SCOREBOARD: Divisional and seeding wrestling tournaments

Below are the championship match results from each of the eight divisional and/or seeding wrestling tournaments held across Montana on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. To view full stories and to watch video highlights, please click on the link provided for each tournament.


Defending state champion Sidney routs competition at Eastern A wrestling divisional

MILES CITY — Five wrestlers won individual titles, leading defending State A wrestling champion Sidney to a dominant victory at the Eastern A divisional on Saturday. The Eagles racked up an astounding 349.5 points, scoring 116 more than runner-up Havre.


On to state for 14 Pony grapplers

The Havre High wrestling team went to Miles City for the Eastern A Divisional tournament with one objective - qualify as many wrestlers as possible for the state tournament and in that endeavor, the Blue Ponies were quite successful.