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Texting and driving kills, and that’s no bull

During the long, desolate drive from Baker to Glendive on State Highway 7, it’s easy to get bored.

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Pizza chain hopes to expand business to Glendive

Adored for its great-tasting menu items and an environment unmatched among pizza competitors, Pizza Factory, announced a franchise growth strategy targeting Glendive. The family-friendly pizza shop, with more than 110 locations in six states, has set into motion a strategy that aims to provide their

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Proposed school budgets show little increase

The Glendive Unified School Board’s Finance committee agreed to recommend a preliminary budget to full board for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, with the high school district seeing a small increase and the elementary district remaining almost equal to last year. For the elementary district, the budget i

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Wet Devils team takes second at state

Brittany Kaufman is the state champion in the 13-14 girls 100 meter Backstroke. She beat out the second place swimmer by about 10 seconds, which is pretty amazing. She finished second in her two Freestyle races, but they were both very close.

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County considers options for canister sites

Richland County Director of Public Works Adam Smith recently went before the commissioners to discuss the issue of people misusing the county landfill and canister sites, especially the one in Savage.“Savage is bad. We’re having problems in Lambert and Savage,” Smith said. He added that just last ye

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Williams to meet with voters in Glendive Thursday

Kathleen Williams, the Democratic candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, will meet with voters at a meet-and-greet event to talk about affordable healthcare, creating jobs, protecting public lands, and important local issues. Williams will be in Glendive on Thursday, Aug. 9, at noon. She will

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Annual Grill & Chill hits new record

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Artist hopes to fund bridge bronze project

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P-2 Neptune set to land at airport on Monday

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Exchange student returns to visit host family

Thirty years ago when the Hopfaufs invited Giovanna Russolo, an exchange student from Italy into their home while she attended her senior year at Dawson County High School, they had no idea how strong a bond they would form with her, Jean said.

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Medical center adds family health physician

Glendive Medical Center is pleased to announce that Curtis Campbell, DO, has joined the medical staff at GMC and Gabert Clinic. He will provide comprehensive Family Health Care Services for patients beginning Aug. 3. “I am excited to practice in a rural area,” stated Dr. Campbell. “I really feel Gle

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Walking tour offers historical twist

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Public Arts Committee in organization stage

During the June 13 FUPR committee meeting, Dawson County Arts Unlimited’s Sandy Silha, along with local artist Pamela Harr, presented to the committee a proposal for the creation and inclusion of a Public Arts Committee that would serve as an intermediary for artists or groups looking to add to Glen

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Museum Madness contest down to final two Iron Lung Vs. Fire Truck

This is it. The final showdown, the main event, the star attraction. The Frontier Gateway Museum’s “Museum Madness” competition has finally entered its grand finals. Sixteen pieces of local history were entered at the start of the competition, but now only two remain.

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Hiring and retaining teachers a challenge

Teachers, staff and personnel are, according to Glendive Public Schools Superintendent Stephen Schreibeis, one of the most influential and critical pieces to student success. However, as the culture and nature of the field of education changes year after year, school districts across the nation are

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Blue Devils take second at Districts

The Glendive Blue Devils played tough in this past weekend’s Montana Legion East District Tournament, but the squad ultimately could not overcome the Laurel Dodgers, who beat the Blue Devils twice to claim first place while the Glendive squad had to settle for second.

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By championing park and fossils, Hiatt left a lasting cultural legacy

For many Glendive residents, Makoshika State Park is a large part of the town’s history and culture, but for one man it was such a large part of life that it became a part of his name. Dr. Robert W. Hiatt, also known as “Makoshika Bob,” “Mr. Makoshika” or “Doc Hiatt” was an optometrist in Glendive,

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School backpack program donations sought

The Glendive Jaycees is accepting donations for the annual Backpack for Kids Program. Each year, the number changes but the Jaycees are prepared to fill backpacks for as many kids as needed. Donation bins are located at Boss, Albertsons, Reynolds, Runnings, French Bakes Bakery and the Chamber. All d

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Savage selects Nelson as new superintendentt

Being faced with the task of finding a new Superintendent, Savage schools looked to special education teacher/principal Angie Nelson. Jeff Walker was previously hired but was unable to keep the position due to health issues.“I got my masters in administration education, it’s actually called educatio

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Working hard to provide the best education possible

From the Superintendent What great weather we have had this summer. Even though I know it is starting to end, I have loved seeing all the green everywhere. Glendive is truly a beautiful place. Are you like me and asking where summer has gone? Can you believe that it is almost ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PR

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