Stephen L. Lewis passed away Friday, January 20, in Dillon.
On September 8, 1941, Stephen Leo Lewis was born to Leo Lewis and Bernice J. Whitehead Lewis. He joined his parents and sisters Janice and Renee in Rexburg, Idaho, to complete this little family unit.
In 1952, the Lewis family moved to Dillon, where Leo, a millwright, was employed to...
Edward A. Swetish passed away Friday, January 20. Ed was born May 23, 1923, on a farm west of Dillon to Mike and Amanda Swetish.
Edward attended Beaverhead County High School. Following Ed’s graduating from BCHS, he enrolled in the Kingman Business University in Spokane, Washington, taking courses in accounting in the fall of 1942. Ed never got to...
Sheila Larche passed away January 11, at her home in Phoenix AZ, after a brief bout with cancer.
She was born to Theodore and Irma Haugo in Scobey, Montana, on October 29, 1957, and moved to Dillon in 1969.
She lived her childhood in Dillon and graduated from Beaverhead County High School. She moved from Dillon in 1980 and met her husband, David...
The University of Montana Western men's and women's basketball teams picked up road wins over their Montana Tech counterparts on Thursday night.
The no. 9 Bulldog men leveraged a game-high 20 points and crafty dribbling and late clock management from point guard Dom Robinson to gain a 66-61 victory over the Orediggers.
Earlier, on the HYPER...
Tim Burr recalls the experience so vividly that it seems like it happened yesterday—and so fondly, that he wishes it would happen again tomorrow.
And so vitally, that it continues to enrich his daily life, six months later.
“I hadn’t gotten back on the river since I was injured, so just getting back in a boat and on the water was huge,” recalled...
Jim was born October 17, 1944, to George and Katherine Miller, in Dillon. He was the youngest of four brothers and one sister. Jim passed away Friday, January20, at Parkview Kindred nursing home, where he had lived for 13 years. Jim loved his home at Parkview and often told others how good they were to him and how it was such a good place for him...