Monthly archive

July, 2015

  •   Robert Allen Kipp was born at Barrett Memorial Hospital on Feb. 14,1963. He was lovingly attended for the past few months by his daughters until he passed away on June 25, 2015. Bobby was the 4th son of Glenn & Bonnie (Miller) Kipp. He attended schools in Dillon and graduated from BCHS. He spent the last 20 years in Oregon where he...
  •   Otto John Bossert, known to his friends as “Dutch,” was born April 12, 1924, in Red Lodge, second son of German immigrants Marie Bossert and Adolph Bossert. He attended Carbon County High School. In January 1944, at the age of 19, he enlisted in the United States Navy. He served on the USS President Monroe, an attack transport...

June, 2015

  •   Clarice Undhjem Walters, 86, died peacefully on June 22 in Bozeman. Clarice was born and raised in Plentywood, where her father owned the Plentywood Drugstore. She graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, majoring in Education. She taught for two years in Perham, MN, before moving to Great Falls to teach at Great Falls High School...
  •   William C. “Bill” O’Connor died peacefully at Barrett Memorial Hospital in Dillon, Montana on June 16, 2015 at the age of 79. Bill was born on April 20, 1936 in Culbertson, Montana to Leo and Caroline (Cattaneo) O’Connor. He was the youngest of 17 brothers, sisters and cousins who grew up together on a cattle ranch...
  •   Alice Helen Ryan was born September 21, 1920 in Erie, PA to Richard and Frederika Kissman. Alice died peacefully in Dillon on D-Day, June 6, 2015. She was one of 9 children, all who have proceeded her in death. She married Paul Earnest Schnabel in Erie on September 10, 1943. Their daughter, Janet (Schuetz) of Dillon, was born in January...
  •   What are we going to do about the entire problem? I mean the hole problem! Yes potholes! There are a least a zillion potholes in American. We have enough pot holes to stretch from your favorite pot hole to the planet Exoginowyz. Last week I saw four men playing golf in a pothole. I yelled at them. They told me all had a hole in one. Who...
  •   The fish rose early and often and the sun also cooperated by remaining hidden behind the clouds for the most of Saturday’s Kids Fish Day at the Kids Fish Pond in Dillon. Sophie Mings caught the day’s first fish, and its biggest—a 5.24 pounder that stretched about half as long as her seven-year-old frame. “It’s...
  •   The Dillon Farmers Market will make it an even dozen years in operation this weekend, as it continues to expand while remaining true to its core mission of offering local consumers and sellers a place for the “homegrown and handmade.” The local summer Saturday tradition re-starts for its 12th year on Saturday, when it will...
  • Behind four complete games from their starting pitchers, the Dillon Cubs all but shut down the competition in winning their Maybelle Arthur Tournament for the second straight year last weekend in Dillon. “Our pitching was phenomenal this weekend and allowed us to cover a few of our mistakes, both at the plate and on the field,” said...
  •   Local high school student Dale Royer blew through all the obstacles life threw in his way this past year to blow away the competition at the USA Shooting National Championships for Shotgun in Colorado Springs last week. The 16-year-old from Jackson and BCHS junior won the Double Trap Junior National Championship at the prestigious event in...