Monthly archive

December, 2014

  • The University of Montana Western women’s basketball team’s last two games both got played at home in Straugh Gymnasium. Beyond that, the two contests offered little in the way of significant similarities. The Lady Bulldogs ran past Northwest Indian College last Tuesday to a 78-43 victory that was all but clinched midway through the second half....
  • The Montana Western men’s basketball team eclipsed the century mark for the first time in over a year while eclipsing undermanned Northwest Indian College for the second time in just over a day with its 108-73 win against the Eagles on Tuesday night in Straugh Gymnasium. The Bulldogs (4-3) started the game with an 11-0 run and just kept running,...
  •   Some said it couldn’t be done. But Mayor Mike Klakken and City Treasurer Neal Straus yesterday unveiled proposals demonstrating just how the City of Dillon could potentially save millions of dollars and dramatically reduce water and sewer bills for city ratepayers in the coming years. “We have three major concepts here we would...
  •   To the editor,     Our father died on 11/20/2014.  This happened suddenly while on a family hunting trip outside of Lima. Although we are still grieving, we would like to acknowledge the outstanding folks that helped us on that fateful day. Unfortunately, the names of these exceptional individuals escape us – for that...
  •   To the editor,   The Dillon Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and joyous Holiday Season. We would like to remind everyone of the following safeguards to ensure that you have a safe Holiday Season. •  Remove all the valuables from your vehicles and lock the vehicle.  Expensive electronic items and...
  •   To the editor,   In the spirit of the Missoulian’s recently-adopted editorial terminology of huckleberries and chokecherries, I would like to award a fresh load of horse apples to the House Republicans’ laughable arguments that Montana’s open meetings laws no longer apply to party caucuses.  The arguments are...
  •   James Herbert Selway, Sr. died Nov. 28, in Aliso Viejo, CA. He was born in Dillon on Jan. 17, 1927. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Elmer and June Selway, of Dillon; late wife Geri Terry, of Phoenix; and late wife Mary (Tory) Selway, of Oceanside, CA. He is survived by: former wife Janet Nichols Moore, of Phoenix; sons Jack M.B....
  •   Martin passed away Nov. 27 in Dillon. He was preceded in death by: his father, William Martin Schnell, in 1978; and his life-long companion, Eve Malo, in 2013. He is survived by: his mother, Betty Holmes, of Rio Rancho, NM; and siblings Christina Summers (Mark), of Tempe, AZ, Judith Schnell (Lorenzo) of Rio Rancho, NM, James Schnell of...
  •   The Montana Western women made short work of the visiting Northwest Indian College Eagles with a 87-56 dominating win Monday night in Dillon. In their first appearance back in the Straugh in almost two months, the Lady Dawgs (6-3) relied on good shooting and solid defense.  Things were still tight halfway through the first frame, with...
  •   4Bs has opened its 1A location in Dillon, its first ever in town since the Montana restaurant chain was founded 67 years ago. “We thought Dillon was a great spot—it’s the first major city you get to in Montana when travelling from the south on I-15,” said 4Bs Vice President of Operations Steve Schmidt, who has been...