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Girl Scout Troop Gives Community Gift Of Caring

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Girl Scout Troop 2027 met with several prominent community members when they donated 54 boxes of girl scout cookies as part of the Community Gift of Caring. Pictured (left to right) are Audrey Stromberg, Roosevelt Medical Center CEO; Kim Rhodes, troop 2027 leader; Theresa McDonald, troop 2027 leader; Lyle Lambert, of Bainville Fire Department; Alan Aspenlieder, Culbertson’s Volunteer Fire Department fire chief; Bev Raaum, of RMC’s emergency medical services; Dan Mogen, of Froid’s ambulance services; and Kyla Traeger, of RMC’s ambulance services. (Photo by Angela Rose Benson)

An emergency medical technician is paged in the middle of the night to respond to a call where their assistance is needed for hours. A registered nurse’s lunch break is missed due to the many call lights flashing within the halls of Roosevelt Medical Center. A fireman’s dinner is left on the table as they head out to extinguish a fire.

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EF-1 Tornado, Macroburst Confirmed In Plentywood Last Week

The National Weather Service in Glasgow released two damage report surveys regarding the confirmed EF-1 tornado and macroburst that occurred in Plentywood Monday, July 9, at roughly 7:05 p.m.

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Storm Brings Severe Damage, Derails Train

Severe weather was seen in many areas across eastern Roosevelt County, Richland County, northern Valley County and Sheridan County on the afternoon of Saturday, July 21. The storm brought severe damage to the community of Froid and golf ball-sized hail in many areas throughout the region and caused the derailment of 11 double-stacked Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad cars east of Culbertson.

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Bainville Council Begins 2018-19 Budget Approving Process

The Bainville Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Thursday, July 12, in the town hall. A resolution adopting the fiscal year 2018-19 preliminary budget was approved and a public hearing date was set. The special budget meeting, where the budget will be reviewed, is scheduled for Thursday, July 26, at 7 p.m. in the town hall.

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