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Community input sought for school facilities future plan
A team of local citizens, school officials, school board members and teachers are continuing to develop a facilties plan for the district as they prepare to get input from the public at a community meeting in January.
Community Calendar - December 9-16
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. 2 p.m. – DCC Women’s Basketball, DCC Toepke Center Gymnasium; Rocky Mountain College JV 4 p.m. – DCC Men’s Basketball, DCC Toepke Center Gym
Montana cellphone, Internet infrastructure vulnerable to outages; new funding could help
When an accidentally damaged fiber optic cable cut out Internet, landline and cell service — including 911 service — in the Bitterroot Valley last week, it exposed a longstanding and widespread problem in Montana. Because of vast distances and a sparse population density, the state’s telecommunicati
Dawson women's coach Romeo Lagmay reaches 200-win milestone
GLENDIVE — Dawson Community College women’s basketball coach Romeo Lagmay won his 200th career game Friday in the Buccaneers’ 61-59 victory over Gillette College. Lagmay is in his fifth season at DCC, and has a 67-73 record there. He won 112 games at Talladega College in Alabama from 2008-14. He als
Dawson Community College player named player of the week
GLENDIVE— Ejanae Coopwood, a sophomore forward from Dawson Community College, was named Mon-Dak Conference player of the week. In two games last week, she scored 25 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, had 4 assists and 3 steals. Coopwood is from Las Vegas.
Region 7 closes hunting season
Sunday marked the close of the general hunting season with mild weather, steady hunter and harvest numbers and happy visitors to check stations in Region 7 managed by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.
Dawson County woman worked hard for her education
Long-time middle school history teacher Anne Fletcher was the last woman to speak during the 1985 reception for pioneer women spons o r e d by the Business and Professional Women and the American Association of University Women.
DCHS schedules may see changes with realignment
The Class A sports landscape will look a little different next year with a recent realignment approved by the Montana High School Association. The two conferences in the Eastern A region will be split into Northeast and Southeast division, taking some of long-time conference games out of the Dawson
DCC introduces program to help homeless students go to college
Representatives from Dawson Community College met with community members to formally introduce the Dawson Promise program to the public. The program was originally announced in October of this year.
DCC teaching artificial insemination with new technology from Australia
An Australian import is changing the way the Dawson Community College Agriculture Department is training students. It goes by the name of “Breed’n Betsy” and its purpose is to simulate the experience of artificially inseminating an animal.
Savage boys fall short against Wibaux
Savage’s boys basketball team suffered a 43-35 defeat against Wibaux to open the season at the Blue Rock Tip-off Tournament in Lambert. A three-quarters of the court shot by Savage’s freshman Caesn Erickson at the buzzer ended the first quarter with Savage behind by only an 8-7 margin.
Savage girls open season with victory
Savage’s girls basketball squad opened its season with a 64-38 win over Wibaux at the Blue Rock Tip-off Tournament held in Lambert on Friday. “For our first game, we ran the floor well and played good team basketball,” Savage Coach Bill Triplett said.
Core team starts the groundwork to develop vision for Glendive Schools
The initial step in determining an educational and facilities vision for Glendive Public Schools took place last week with the first meeting of the core team that will eventually present a recommendation to the Glendive Unified School Board.
Dawson Resource Council making a difference
In 1972, a group of Montana ranch families learned that their property and their livelihoods were at risk. The federal government, twentyone major utility companies, and cities on the coasts had all gotten together to find a major source of energy for the rest of the country.
A Magical Medora Christmas 2018 FIVE STARS
Five legendary Medora performers brought their family-friendly Holiday Show to Glendive Montana last night. In the only Montana visit, A Magical Medora Christmas showcased amazing singing and performing talent. Piano, guitar, banjo and more were played to perfection and the enjoyment of all.
Changes to take place for Sidney’s sports schedules starting next school year
Although some details are still not certain, Sidney High School’s basketball andother sports schedules will certainly be different come next school year.
Turkey Trot attracts large turnout
Megan Garza, leader for the Run the World-Sidney Run Club, was very excited with the turnout for the 5K run and 1K walk.
Community Calendar- Nov. 29-Dec. 5
8 a.m.- noon – WIC, Dawson County Health Dept. 9 a.m. - noon – immunization and blood pressure clinics, Dawson County Health Dept. 12 p.m. – AA, “12 to Life Group”, open meeting, Glendive Evangelical Church 377-5445, 377-2171 or 941-286 1-5 p.m. – WIC, Immunization and blood pressure clinics, Dawson
Injury cuts Glendive native’s basketball career short
The world of sports is often filled with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Injuries have and always will played a major role in sports. Nobody involved in sports wants to see any players career cut short due to injuries but unfortunately that was the case for ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM
Glendive man trains hard and competes well
McGrane finished 27th out of 5,277 participants. Out of the 529 men in his age group – 30-34 – who competed, McGrane finished 11th.