Monthly archive

November, 2014

  •   A group of outdoor enthusiasts got together outside on a frigid cold morning last weekend to honor a warm gesture by some area landowners. The Beaverhead Trails Coalition (BTC) convened the gathering of 12 people just off Ten Mile Road for about 15 minutes Saturday morning in temperatures hovering around 0 degrees to commemorate an easement...
  •   Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen requested a recount of the ballots for his race in the recent general election.  On election night, Hansen trailed challenger Frank Kluesner by 14 votes.  After the 53 provisional ballots were tabulated  the margin grew to 18 votes, still within the parameters of Montana Code Annotated...
  •   The good and bad came in threes last week for the Montana Western volleyball team. The Lady Bulldogs ended their season by losing three straight games to #1-ranked Rocky Mountain College on Friday in the opening round of Frontier Conference volleyball tournament in Butte. But the next day, three Western women—Kendra Mendicno, Joanna...
  • Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen has requested a recount of the ballots for his race in the recent general election. On election night, Nov. 4, Hansen trailed challenger Frank Kluesner by 14 votes. After the 53 provisional ballots were tabulated a week later, the margin grew to 18 votes, still within the parameters of state law that says the...
  • Photos and video taken by Dillon Tribune staff are available for sale through www.dillontribune.com. Click on the images in the Galleries belowto learn about pricing for prints and gift options.
  •   An Open Letter to America’s Veterans,   At the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), we have one of the most noble and inspiring missions in Government.  I accepted this job and joined this mission to better serve you-our Veterans-and improve the delivery of the care and benefits you have earned.  It is our privilege to...
  •   To the editor,   As we all know, last year the Montana legislature refused to expand Medicaid in Montana. This is a feature of the Affordable Care Law (Obamacare) which would’ve significantly increased, at little or no cost to the state, the number of Montanans covered by health insurance.  Despite our legislators making...
  •   Grace (Piazzola) Helming passed away Saturday afternoon in a local hospital. She was born February 24th 1935 to Pete and Agness (Moseley) Piazzola of Wise River. Her father, an Italian immigrant, was the Wise River District Forest Ranger and was transferred to Dillon soon after her birth. She attended Dillon Schools and landed a job, as a...