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  • WEEKEND GUIDE August 18-20
    DEADLINE Vendor apps due today Applications for a vendor spot for the Labor Day Weekend Bazaar at Depot Park in downtown Dillon are due by Friday, Aug. 18 with a $100 check. To get an application, go...
  • Frank Busch 1920 – 2017
    Frank was a member of the “Greatest Generation” and, typically, exhibited the characteristics of hard work, and love of God, family, and country. He continually pursued education throughout his life...
  • Exceptional Rodeo brings smiles to all
    Jace Peterson, Ladalee Tash, Mya Malesich, Olivia Nourse, Haley Cox and Danielle Warburton competed in events designed for special needs athletes at last week's Exceptional Rodeo on the Beaverhead...
  • BACK TO SCHOOL
    The Dillon Tribune's annual Back to School section is included in the print edition of this week's paper, which hits newstands today, Wednesday, Aug. 16.
WEEKEND GUIDE August 18-20
DEADLINE Vendor apps due today Applications for a vendor spot for the Labor Day Weekend Bazaar at Depot Park in downtown Dillon are due by Friday, Aug. 18 with a $100 check. To get an application, go...
Frank Busch 1920 – 2017
Frank was a member of the “Greatest Generation” and, typically, exhibited the characteristics of hard work, and love of God, family, and country. He continually pursued education throughout his life...
Exceptional Rodeo brings smiles to all
Jace Peterson, Ladalee Tash, Mya Malesich, Olivia Nourse, Haley Cox and Danielle Warburton competed in events designed for special needs athletes at last week's Exceptional Rodeo on the Beaverhead...
BACK TO SCHOOL
The Dillon Tribune's annual Back to School section is included in the print edition of this week's paper, which hits newstands today, Wednesday, Aug. 16.

Looking for your Fair Book?

Fire delays printing, but …

The Beaverhead County Fair 2017 Premium Book (delayed by a fire at the printing plant over the weekend; see: http://www.livingstonenterprise.com/content/breaking-teen-arrested-after-enterprise-broken-portion-printing-press-set-fire-connection) is available by clicking on the icon of the book's cover in the Special Sections below, then clicking on the link to view the PDF.

Hahnkamp second at National HS Rodeo Finals

Dillon Hahnkamp of Melrose, a 2017 graduate of Beaverhead County High School, placed second in the nation in tie-down roping (calf roping) at the 69th annual National High School Rodeo Finals at Gillette, Wyo., July 16-22. It was Hahnkamp’s second visit to the rodeo that attracts close to 1,700 contestants from 42 states, five Canadian provinces and Australia. As a sophomore, Hahnkamp finished eighth in tie-down roping. “They were a pretty event set of cattle thºis year, but I could have drawn a better calf in the short go,” said Hahnkamp on Monday night.

Structure fire, fatal car wreck mar Monday evening in Dillon

Monday night, A structure fire on the edge of Dillon destroyed the home of Victor and Mona Peshehonoff and with the fire under control but firefighters still on the scene, a car accident across the field from the fire took the life of a two-year-old boy. Two adults and two children were passing through Dillon en route to visit an ailing relative in California, when confusion at the south interchange entering Interstate 15 resulted in a one-vehicle accident. A female in-law drove the newer model Volkswagen car onto and over the interchange.

Scenes from Dinner in the Park 7/6/17

Music by the Maquire Family Band

France honors Dillon resident

World War II vet Joe Carroll awarded Legion of Honor

Joe Carroll, sharp and alert at age 94, received a prestigious award from the French government last week for his heroics during World War II. For the full story, see this week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.

FCCLA honorees share experiences

BCHS monthly board meeting

The Beaverhead County High School Board of Trustees held its April meeting last week and acknowledged an FCCLA champion and silver medalist, hired a teacher and a custodian, heard numerous updates and approved a number of contracts.

Montana Western sets commencement date

Alumna Julie Cajune to speak

University of Montana Western Chancellor Beth Weatherby announced the university has scheduled its 120th Annual Commencement, Saturday, May 6. The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. in the Straugh Gymnasium on the Montana Western campus.

Weatherby said this year’s program will include graduation speaker Julie Cajune and will honor Bob Hanson with Western’s Distinguished Service Award.

UMW prepares to induct 6 into Ed Hall of Fame Saturday

Sixth annual Night of Stars

The University of Montana Western education department and the university’s alumni office are partnering with Stockman Bank to present the sixth annual Night of Stars, Saturday, April 22, at 6 p.m. in the Beier Auditorium.

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