Southern Oregon University traveled nearly the length of the field to score with under a minute left to snatch a late, 24-20 victory from visiting Montana Western on Saturday.
Behind by three points with under three minutes remaining, SOU secured the come-from-behind victory by driving 89 yards in nine plays in just under two minutes to score on a...
Eastern Oregon University’s football team received votes in the final NAIA preseason coaches poll that came out last month, but not quite enough to crack the top 25.
Considering the Mountaineers impressive performances over the past two weeks, they might get enough votes to crack the top 10 when the first regular season poll comes out Monday.
Late summer has come to the American West, and across the sagebrush sea that extends over multiple states from Wyoming to New Mexico, greater sage grouse have moved on from their spring courtship rituals and are now raising their young.
These unique American birds face an uncertain future, even as they begin tending to the next generation. That...
Martha Ann was born on November 14, 1934 to Ruth Eva and Peter Joseph Cullen. They divorced and Martha was raised by Ruth and Theodore May (her Daddy).
Martha attended grade school in Dewey and Butte. She attended high school at Butte High, graduating in 1951, at the age of 16.
In 1953 Martha was united in marriage to Fred Girard. They later...
Alexander Joseph Bertino passed away on Sunday, August 7, in Dillon, at the age of 48.
He was born on October 29, 1967, in Dillon. He graduated from Beaverhead County High School in 1986. He studied business administration, accounting, psychology and computer science at UM.
AJ met Renee Moulton-Bertino over 35 years ago and was married for 14...
Agnes Lorrayne Pierce was born on March 24, 1925, and passed away peacefully on Sept. 2, 2016, in Dillon.
Lorrayne was the daughter of Thomas R. and Agnes Kau Pierce, of the Horse Prairie Valley, and she lived all her life in Beaverhead County. She grew up on the family ranch in Horse Prairie and in Dillon with her two brothers, Thomas M. and...
Field position. Turnovers. Ball control. Defense.
The University of Motnana Western conducted another master class in the basics of old-school winning football with a 26-13 road victory over College of Idaho on Saturday.
Taking advantage of turnovers and the short-field drive opportunities they offered, the Bulldogs scored 26 unanswered points to...
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort
Aug. 30, 2016
Team Results: Frenchtown, 51; Corvallis, 56; Helena High, 73; Helena Capital, 104; Fergus, 117; Polson, 211; Hamilton, 223; Dillon, 240; Whitehall, 288; Butte High, 303; Anaconda, 341.
Top 10 Individual: Ian Anderson, Helena High, 17:08; Jaiden Rowe, Frenchtown, 17.17; Carson Jessop,...