Monthly archive

August, 2017

  • Our beloved mother, Jeannette Darlene Redfield, departed this plain to join her soulmate, our father, Ralph Rodney (Bud) Redfield, on Aug 9, 2017; six years and one day after he passed. She was surrounded by her granddaughters when she passed. Jeannette was born in Butte, to John Stephen and Lulu Grace Keene, on Jan 26, 1940, the second child of...
  • 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 County Fairgrounds, where a new world record was set for average number of smiles per minute per attendee. For more photos from the Exceptional Rodeo...
  • 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.
  • With technology becoming more important and challenging every year, Dillon Elementary School District #10 decided to double its tech team for the coming school year. Jim Huber recently joined SD #10 as network administrator, with Sarah Gibson switching over from her longtime role as a Dillon Middle School teacher to become the technology...
  • After spending a lot of time considering its men and woman in blue at its last regular meeting, the Dillon City Council tonight will address some things old, some things new, some things borrowed and a whole lot green. For the full article, see this week's print edition of the Dillon Tribune.
  • Our beloved mother, Jeannette Darlene Redfield, departed this plain to join her soul mate, our father, Ralph Rodney (Bud) Redfield, on Aug 9, 2017; six years and one day after he passed. She was surrounded by her granddaughters when she passed. Jeannette was born in Butte, to John Stephen and Lulu Grace Keene, on Jan 26, 1940, the second child of...
  • Madison Co. Fair continues The Madison County Fair will continue Friday through Sunday, Au. 11–13, on the Fairgrounds in Twin Bridges with NRA pro rodeo events, kids’ activities (including Bounce Off the Wallz), critters, food, magic, music (including shows Fri. and Sat. by the Exit 53 Band) and so much more. For a full schedule of individual...
  • For photos of the Aug. 4 Relay for Life in and around the Kennedy Trail adjacent to Barrett Hospital & Healthcare in Dillon, click on the link below. https://dillontribune.smugmug.com/2017-Relay-for-Life-in-Dillon/
  • With a new coach brining a whole new way of playing the game to Straugh Gymnasium last year, the University of Montana Western volleyball team spent its 2016 preseason and early regular season learning a new system. This season, the head coach and system remains the same. But given all the new faces on the roster, it probably took everyone on the...
  • The Dillon City Council at its meeting last week cut back on some fiscal cutbacks suggested by Mayor Mike Klakken and endorsed by its Finance Committee, after hearing from some of the people who would be directly affected by them. The City Council voted unanimously to put the Dillon Police Department’s overtime line item back to $30,000 instead of...