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  • Dillon outhits Butte Central, Anaconda
      The Dillon Beavers softball team came up with two huge home wins over top Southwest Conference opponents last week to move into second place in the conference standings. The local girls first...
  • Dillon girls second, boys third at Gallatin...
      The Dillon track and field team battled the Montana spring weather as much as the competition last week, when the Beavers saw Tuesday’s Smelter City Meet cut short by rain about an hour...
  • Highboy & Company goes for it, in multiple...
      A recent graduate of the University of Montana Western with a degree in business, Cory Birkenbuel has filled his new downtown Dillon business with what he calls the ABCDEs. “Art,...
  • Archer’s Journey – benefit to help toddler May 1
      A benefit event for Archer Sparks, a toddler who is nearing his second birthday, will be held May 1 at Beaverhead Brewery.  The event will begin at 4 p.m. and conclude five hours later...
Dillon outhits Butte Central, Anaconda
  The Dillon Beavers softball team came up with two huge home wins over top Southwest Conference opponents last week to move into second place in the conference standings. The local girls first...
Dillon girls second, boys third at Gallatin...
  The Dillon track and field team battled the Montana spring weather as much as the competition last week, when the Beavers saw Tuesday’s Smelter City Meet cut short by rain about an hour...
Highboy & Company goes for it, in multiple...
  A recent graduate of the University of Montana Western with a degree in business, Cory Birkenbuel has filled his new downtown Dillon business with what he calls the ABCDEs. “Art,...
Archer’s Journey – benefit to help toddler May 1
  A benefit event for Archer Sparks, a toddler who is nearing his second birthday, will be held May 1 at Beaverhead Brewery.  The event will begin at 4 p.m. and conclude five hours later...

City Council adds member, redirects on key issues

 

The Dillon City Council last Wednesday welcomed a new member to its ranks and plotted new courses on a pair of projects that had generated controversy over the past year.

Dillon netters pile up miles and wins

 

The Dillon boys and girls tennis teams persevered across five meets, more than five dozen matches, 500 miles of travel, 2000 feet in elevation gain and several weather systems to record  five team wins and 49 match victories last week.